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Hello, I've only been playing for about a week, but I have logged over 100 hours of game play thanks to our Shelter In Place order. During that time I have noticed that there are a few naming conventions that are mixed and make sorting items a bit annoying. I understand these are small changes, but making them would add polish: -Have all books titled either Beginner's Mechanics, Intermediate's Mechanics (etc.) or Mechanics for Intermediates, Mechanics for Advanced (etc.) -Have seed packets named "Seed Packet (Strawberries)" "Seed Packet (Carrots)", etc. for sorting purposes. -Change "Dirty Rag"/"Ripped Sheet" to "Ripped Sheet (Dirty)"/"Ripped Sheet" or OR "Rag (Dirty)"/"Rag" -Change "Dirty Bandage" to "Bandage (Dirty)" -Change "Sanitized Bandage" to "Bandage (Sanitized)" -Sugar, rice, powdered milk and some other foods are categorized as "Items" instead of "Food" -When foraging, the window that pops up currently says "Scavenge". Change that to "Forage" -Change the map names to the format: "Map of Rosewood" instead of "Rosewood Map" I'm sure there are more little continuity issues, but those are the few that strike me most often. Happy surviving! -Maleficus
There could be added a small use for those two items - first it always got me curious why can I rip sheet underwear, but not socks... It should be usable just like all the other clothing items for that small use (it shouldn't make any major difference gameplay-wise, seeing how rare socks are and the cloths for rip sheets are widely available on zombies in the first place, but it would give this item some use, who knows, maybe saving someone's wound in a pinch . The second thing is crayons, which I think can not be used as a writing tool (correct me if I'm wrong, I don't have a journal to check on my save game). Obviously, they wouldn't make any kind of improvised weapon like pen and pencil, but they certainly could serve as a writing tool for those who feel the need to write some journals - and also giving a use to yet another item :). Both the requests should be easy enough to implement too, as there is no need to add any new graphic, model or recipe - just add them as another item that can do things already implemented.