|-||AdamBlue9000||5m||Rolling 526d6 damage against both of us.|
|a||Mench||7h||Doing a bit of everything.|
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One request: can it be called something other than 'terminal', like 'vehicle console' or something like that? That way 'use terminal' gets the old city services terminal. That's the way the licensing terminal works -- it's a terminal, but 'terminal' doesn't match to it.
I'd just as soon not use coded eating or drinking with it like this.
Not having had any kind of surgery or injections or any other kind of health treatments, but suddenly getting in-game feedback about having a serious surgical infection from those treatments, is not cause-and-effect gameplay that players are going to be able to understand and learn from. I think there needs to be more clarity about how things happen and why, when it involves automatic coded systems.
There are other ways to get diseases than eating, or drinking, or surgeries, that have existed in the game long before this. So unless you've been eating in the sewers, it probably wasn't this code change. :)
There is a 0% chance regardless of your stats to get herpes from drinking in the Drome.
That way, you could have your quieter subterfuge with it, but also use it as entertainment.
I had a friend in middle school who's dad had a whole CB set-up in like his den. He'd sit in there and chat with truckers and all that for hours, just shooting the shit. Not to mention the other in-game applications I can think of, and that are already seeing some use, but would be helped greatly by this.
Other than that little bit, I absolutely love the radio stuff going on right now.
Does it mean your character doesn't know about the change till they learn it IC?
Or is it one of those things which is handwaved as "was always like that" and should not be roleplayed as a change?
Or is it different depending on just what the change is?
I suspect it's that last, which means the patch notes ought to say if it's an "it was always like that, don't hang a lampshade on it" thing.
[825.425] *speaking english, in a calm and steady voice* Hello.