Okay but in terms of danger they're less likely to cause a fire than a fire place and from what i have seen so far you can keep constantly adding fuel with no limit ive had this going for 5 days straight now without having to put anything in, would you agree there should be a limit to how much you can put in a wood burning stove before is full?
I've tried this mod during the week-end, on the vehicle test beta. It's fun but some things are strange :
-when I take control of a survivor, the camera stay centered around the main character. Even the fog of war remains the same. Also pressing "Esc" does not return me to the main character.
-The wife started whining about food, so I dropped some cans on the ground. She was "hungry (33)" and ate all 3 cans, and now she is still hungry (25)... Looks like she can not go under 25 hunger, and will simply eat anything I can throw at her , resulting in a huge waste of food.
Is this because of incompatible version ? (Playing Vehicles test beta)
Quite new at programming for Zomboid but I have to start somewhere so sorry for the stupid questions. My firts hopefully small goal is that I want to be able to write a small mod that changes recipes already in the game. That beeing either adding items keept after crafting or new items gotten after dismantling something. I've figured out how to alter the standard game files to achieve my goals but for the sake of learning i would love to gain the knowledge how to make this into a mod so it can be shared with everbody.
So my question is how do i write a script that tweaks / changes already excisting recipes in the game ??
I know it's a little cheap, but dying to a helicopter event when you are asleep isn't much better. (Happend 2 times to me)
Or living on a second floor, where zombies cannot reach you. I'm just happy i can finally utilize some aspects of the game i couldn't previously.
Fishing, trapping and foraging were out of my reach when i lived in westpoint. And fishing was severely limited in muldraugh.
But i can understand if it's not your cup of tea.