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Developing Suggestions

This section is for presenting and reviewing suggestions which have not yet been submitted and are still being worked on.

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Adding a New Suggestion

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  • Substitute the text in RED CAPITALS with the details of your suggestion.
  • Name - Give the suggestion a short but descriptive name.
  • Type is the nature of the suggestion, such as a new class, skill change, balance change, etc. Basically: What is it? and Is it new, or a change?
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  • Description should be a full explanation of your suggestion. Include information like flavor text, search odds, hit percentages, etc, as appropriate. Unless you are as yet unsure of the exact details behind the suggestion, try not to leave out anything important. Check your spelling and grammar.

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Hunger & Thirst Redid

Timestamp: Matthewbluewars /New City\ 20:59, 10 October 2009 (BST)
Type: Condition, new items, new mall store
Scope: Survivors
Description: Surivors have a "Hunger" level from 0 to 5. Hunger starts at 0, and goes up 1 level for every 100 AP spent. Survivors have a certain chance of Free Runs failing, equal to (Hunger*2)%. Hunger is cured by eating (see below).

There is also a Thirst level from 0 to 5. It rises every 75 AP. For every additional level of thirst, 2 HP is taken off your max HP. Thirst is cured completely by drinking water (see below).

There is a new Mall store called a Food Court.

These are the items related to Hunger and Thirst:

  • Water Heater - Factories, Power Stations, Mall Hardware Stores, and Fort Storehouses. Can be installed in buildings, only works in powered buildings. In a watered building, survivors have the options to "Drink Water" (cures Thrist conpletely), "Fill Canteen" (fills 1 of the user's Canteens) and "Wash Clothes" (removes blood and fuel from clothes). Can be attacked, and has these damage levels: 'dented', 'battered', 'damaged', 'leaking', and destroyed.
  • Canteen - Fire Departments, Warehouses, Mall Sports Stores, Fort Storehouses. Appears as either "Canteen (Full)" or "Canteen (Empty)". If you use a full Canteen, it cures 1 thirst level but empties the Canteen (can be filled fo 1 AP in powered buildings with Water Heater).
  • Canned Food - Mall Food Courts, Fort Storehouses, Pubs, Hotels, Hospitals. Cures 1 Hunger level.
  • Fast Food - Cinemas, Pubs, Mall Food Courts, Hotels, Fort Barracks. Cures 1 Hunger level, but, due to the grease, has a 50% chance of causing Thirst.
  • Soda - Cinemas, Pubs, Mall Food Courts, Hotels, Fort Barracks. Cures 1 Thirst level.
  • Spring Water - Cinemas, Pubs, Mall Food Courts, Hotels, Fort Barracks. Heals 1 HP and cures Thirst.

Discussion (Hunger & Thirst Redid)

Builder's Eye

Timestamp: KainYusanagi 13:29, 8 October 2009 (BST)
Type: New Skill
Scope: Everyone
Description: A skill off of Construction that allows you to see the relative barricaded state of any -lit- building, so you can scan in a 3x3 section rather than a 1x1 section as it is currently for checking barricade status. This ability would be functional for zombies as well, letting them see where entry points to the Free Running Network are more easily as well. How to impliment I thought that a italicized and bracketed (VHB) for Very Heavily Barricaded, etc. would be the appropriate format (often used in buildings when stating what the barricading policy is anyways).

Discussion (Builder's Eye)

Overpowered for strafe-cading.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 16:06, 8 October 2009 (BST)

Seems a bit over powered... especially with a 9x9 grid, it also extends your viewing range beyond that of binoculars, you should change it so you can only see the status of buildings in the current 3x3 grid. Definitely keep the lit status requirement, currently that's the best thing about it. --Kamikazie-Bunny 16:11, 8 October 2009 (BST)

Just a bad idea. You could add a skill that shows where all survivors and zombies inside and out are for a 9x9 block, it would probably have a similar effect to this. In case you can't tell, that was sarcasm; this is a bad idea that doesn't need to get any more overpowered. Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 22:37, 8 October 2009 (BST)

Sorry! It was a bit late when I posted this, so I wasn't thinking when i wrote 9x9. I meant 3x3, the same view that we get normally in the minimap, which is -9- squares in area. I usually get them mixed up but catch myself... Apparently I didn't here. I'm modifying the description to reflect what I had actually meant. The entire reason I thought of this idea was because of the issues I have had as a relatively new player in being able to find reasonable shelter even with Free Running, because I don't have the maps of Malton memorized off the top of my head as some of the older players seem to. >.>;-KainYusanagi 05:11, 9 October 2009 (BST)

You lazy? If you want intel on buildings, spend AP to get it by going there. Oh, and incorporating a way to see exact cade levels is touchy (vsb vs. vsb+2 is pretty big, overcading prevention, etc.). --Bob Boberton TF / DW Littlemudkipsig.gif 05:37, 9 October 2009 (BST)

Not to mention that this would help mainly overcaders.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 07:16, 9 October 2009 (BST)

I like some of it. I think the biggest problem with the issue is as BobBoberton pointed out--showing specific barricade levels makes the skill far too overpowered. Take that out, and keep it limited to lit buildings in a 3x3 area and I think you have a more solid, non-broken idea. --Maverick Talk - OBR Praise Knowledge! 404 07:55, 9 October 2009 (BST)

Simple enough, and done, Maverick. Bob: It's nothing about being lazy. I've spent several day's worth of 50 AP blocks just trying to find a safehaven because most of the buildings have no openings nearby, which is really a downside for any non-Military/Firefighter type class that's starting out; Lack of a decent weapon and skill to open a hole in a barricade (scientists, here's looking at you) means either you get lucky and get ignored/no zombies close enough, or you get lunched... Sorry for not wanting to be frustrated with the game trying to look about for refuge without being able to actively tell if a building is barricaded. Regarding overcading- Honestly, everywhere is already at VHB or greater except for very few squares which are either being actively maintained by survivor groups or where the barricades have been torn down/ruined by zombies. I've taken the time to travel across most of Malton, and sadly that's the state it's in already. This may help people who are overzealous about overcading, but it'll help people who are trying to find refuge even more. If giving an exact level is too much, then just a general sense might work? LB++ and down is (Open) VSB++ to LB++ is just (Barricaded) and VHB and higher is (Blocked)? -KainYusanagi 13:59, 9 October 2009 (BST)

If you have Entry Point, issues, why not check the suburb's page on the wiki? It has the UBP and a list of entry points clear for all to see, and most people generally abide by those guidelines. Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 18:17, 9 October 2009 (BST)
How will this suggestion help starting off scientists? It's a sub-skill of construction. It's easier for a scientist to find a crowbar than to gain 200XP.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 20:00, 9 October 2009 (BST)
Good luck actually hitting the barricade and dealing damage at it. I thought that at first myself and ended up spending more AP doing that then it took to find a safehouse, most times. And the reasoning for Scientists: Because they don't have a decent starting weapon/weapon skill and as such are a bit hindered in their ability to pry/attack/defend. To those calling it over-powered still- Perhaps add in the need to have binoculars to make it require a "reagent" of sorts?-KainYusanagi 22:51, 9 October 2009 (BST)
Or, you could just do the crowbar thing. Because, you know, that works with all classes, and doesn't take 200XP (and binoculars) to use.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 08:06, 10 October 2009 (BST)

At best, you might do ok if you could focus the binoculars on a nearby building to see the level. But something overly general like this? It IS overpowered.--Pesatyel 05:26, 10 October 2009 (BST)

The problem with that, though, Pesatyel, is that that still spends the AP you'd have spent to move to that location anyways. The idea of this skill is to negate the AP cost to investigate the barricade state of nearby buildings so you don't have to run around willy-nilly trying to find a place to crash. You're saying it's still too general an idea... Maybe restrict it the same as Binoculars to high buildings; Thus it acts as a direct buff to binoculars, and still remains relatively limited in usability. If so, it could be divorced from Construction and renamed Eagle Eye. As for the "Crowbar thing"... Maybe it's just RNGH8, but that 20% chance to actually hit the barricades? Hasn't worked very well for any of my characters at all.-KainYusanagi 08:13, 10 October 2009 (BST)
Of course, but your missing the point. Your idea is OVERPOWERED. When you first "use it" your saving 8 AP by automatically knowing. Then, moving on the diagonal to maximize, you save 5 AP for EVERY move. And my binocular idea WAS restricted to tall buildings as that is the only place you can use them.--Pesatyel 20:01, 10 October 2009 (BST)

You know what might be a better solution? This Suggestion:20070620 Foreman --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 10:21, 10 October 2009 (BST)

And that one is already in peer review.--Pesatyel 20:04, 10 October 2009 (BST)

How about this idea. Pressing a button marked [scan] (or something), you spend an AP to scan a nearby location's barricade then your given the option of moving to that location for 0 AP as part of the same action.--Pesatyel 20:18, 10 October 2009 (BST)

Remember last item dropped

Timestamp: Moonie Talk Testimonials 22:10, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Type: Interface
Scope: Everyone
Description: When dropping an item you have multiple of instead of the drop menu drop down box defaulting back to ------ nothing on page load it keeps the same item you just dropped in focus (like attacking). e.g. you drop a pistol (0) then upon the next page load where it says you have dropped your pistol pistol(0) is selected in the drop down drop menu. May be a dupe i didn't bother checking.

Discussion (Remember last item dropped)

I... think I followed what you were trying to get at. Seems rather unnecessary. --Maverick Talk - OBR Praise Knowledge! 404 22:55, 3 October 2009 (BST)

I'm trying to make sure I have this right. You mean, if you want to drop multiple items of the same type, after dropping the first, the next one of the same type is automatically pre-selected in the drop-down menu when the page loads to show you've dropped the item? If so, it seems nice in theory, but with differently-loaded pistols I can see it being a mess - unless it's accompanied by a function which sorts your guns in the menu from lowest-load to highest-load. Strength is just an accident arising from the weakness of others 23:02, 3 October 2009 (BST)

There are some edge cases that could use addressing, as Misanthropy pointed out, but on the whole, I really like the idea. If you overstocked on syringes or FAKs (not sure why/how you would, but let's just say) it'd be a pain to remove them individually. This would make it that much easier. As for guns, my suggestion would be to select the one with the least remaining ammo, given the choice of multiple guns to choose from. Aichon 01:19, 4 October 2009 (BST)

That is, basically, how it used to be BEFORE Kevan added the null item (the ------). People complained about accidentally dropping something they didn't want to drop. So, yeah, this suggestion isn't going to make it as the point is to improve the game, not return it to a worse state.--Pesatyel 20:05, 4 October 2009 (BST)

This is a dupe, got suggested after Kevan put item codes in. -- To know the face of God is to know madness....Praise knowledge! Mischief! Mayhem! The Rogues Gallery!. <== DDR Approved Editor 07:40, 5 October 2009 (BST)

Flak Jacket Nerf

Timestamp: Kamikazie-Bunny 18:06, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Type: Balance/Flavour
Scope: All Players
Description: Inspired by the suggestion discussion below, anthropometrics, mechwarrior and probability and statistics.

Flak Jacket
Grants a 20 percent damage reduction against attacks that deal 5 damage or more.

Proposed Change:

Body Armour
Has an 80% chance to grants a 20 percent damage reduction against attacks that deal 5 damage or more.
If a kill shot occurs (even when the body armour has an effect) the effects of body armour are automatically ignored.


No more players wearing body armour on their heads.
You can still cause maximum damage to a player by hitting an extremity/ weak point e.g. arm, leg or head.
Although body armour increases survivability flesh rot is now more appealing to zombies (and more effective).
Body armour covers a range of defences including flak jackets/bullet-proof jackets/plate mail...

Considered increasing the % to 90 but looking for input first.

Discussion (Flak Jacket Nerf)

Oh dear. *runs away from flame war John Ibans 18:16, 3 October 2009 (BST)

I'm going to raise two obvious points here:

  1. Nerfs Flack Jackets
  2. Why?

Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 18:23, 3 October 2009 (BST)

Actually it doesn't nerf anything. It doesn't DO anything.--Pesatyel 18:28, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Yes it does, it basically makes FJs only have a 60% chance to work. Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 18:41, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Oops, my bad. CNR. I was looking at his kill shot thing not the fact he reduced it from 80 to 60. I'm just curious what makes him thing ANYONE would go for this.--Pesatyel 18:51, 3 October 2009 (BST)
From 100 to 60.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 18:55, 3 October 2009 (BST)

You DO realize what your suggesting is pointless, right? Think about it. You said KILL SHOT. Let's say you have 8 HP and a flak jacket. If I hit you with a shotgun, you die and I earn 20 XP. First, the remaining 2 HP "lost" to the flak jacket are irrelevant as you are STILL DEAD and you can't be at "negative HP" as, when you stand up you will be at full. Second, I earn XP on the damage of the weapon, NOT the damage sustained by the target.--Pesatyel 18:28, 3 October 2009 (BST)

That part of the suggestion is to clear this up "You fire at the zombie for 10 damage. Their flak jacket absorbs 2 points of damage. They take a Headshot and die." --Kamikazie-Bunny 15:08, 7 October 2009 (BST)

Everybody is going to vote kill on this. It completely kills the flak jacket, for no real reason. Suggestion:20081105_Flak_Jacket_Update - 18:35 3 October 2009 (BST)

Suggestion:20070902 Flak Jacket Change Raises similar issues, and with Flesh Rot becoming more common, the people this most hurts are dual natured players and those trying to avoid PK'ing. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 18:40, 3 October 2009 (BST)

So, if I'm to understand the "issue" correctly, some flavor text suggests that people wear Flak Jackets on their heads, so we should change the mechanics of Flak Jackets to make Flesh Rot more appealing to zombies? Sounds like a logical fallacy to me. I don't have a problem with making Flesh Rot more appealing, but this isn't the proper way to do it, and no other valid reason is proposed here for nerfing Flak Jackets. Aichon 18:47, 3 October 2009 (BST)

See My Previous Flak Jacket Update for what I would consider a better way of doing that. Most zombies don't want the Flak Jacket to be nerfed because it means that the have to buy Flesh Rot for better protection and then they feel forced to play as a zombie, survivors feel they are more likely to become victims of PKers (even though it works against PKers as well); in 90% of fights it's a case of who attacked first regardless of having a jacket, with the FJ it just means they need to use more AP. --Kamikazie-Bunny 15:08, 7 October 2009 (BST)

Yeah, I'd be opposed to this. It's an unnecessary change that won't make a big enough difference to be worth the hassle, the coding and the added random factor. Strength is just an accident arising from the weakness of others 18:59, 3 October 2009 (BST)

Ditto what Misanthropy and Aichon said. --Maverick Talk - OBR Praise Knowledge! 404 19:13, 3 October 2009 (BST)

I like this, for the simple reason that people seem to think that flak jackets are worthwhile in the first place. -- To know the face of God is to know madness....Praise knowledge! Mischief! Mayhem! The Rogues Gallery!. <== DDR Approved Editor 07:42, 5 October 2009 (BST)

It's actually not a bad idea and it would make flesh rot more interesting. But I'd say the flak jacket would have to work more like 90% of the time. 1 in 10 shots getting through for full damage would be enough of a boost. The percentages could always be changed in the future, assuming this change was implemented, which it wouldn't =( --GANG Giles Sednik CAPD 12:53, 5 October 2009 (BST)
In retrospec a higher inital % would of been better when putting this here. I've upped it to 80% but will probably raise it higher again assuming people consider the PKer threat substantial enough (it actually works against PKers as well; zombies... if your not happy with 80% but Flesh Rot). --Kamikazie-Bunny 14:47, 7 October 2009 (BST)
Let's take a quick poll. All those in favor of Flack Jacket nerf with 90% chance to absorb damage say 90. Those who favor 80% say 80. And if you think it's a dumb idea altogether say dumb. I'll start: 90.--GANG Giles Sednik CAPD 16:55, 7 October 2009 (BST)
70 but introduce helmets to the armoury for a flat bonus of 25% (enc about 5?)--Honestmistake 17:20, 7 October 2009 (BST)
Giles I raised it to 80% because the FJ blocks 20% of damage, Body building adds 20% damage and FAKs heal 20% of HP on avg. so I followed the trend, I'll Happily raise it to 90% if more people agree but currently you're the only one. Lelouch - Don't worry I'm trying to work on some unique "Pants on head retarded" suggestions to do with flak jackets. They're not for you though, they're for Kevan, if he sees lots of suggestions on Flak jackets he's more likely to look through them and implement one... and it's likely to be a nerf. --Kamikazie-Bunny 16:05, 8 October 2009 (BST)

If it was to have a % chance of working I would like to see damage for flak coming into the game too. Say, let it drop in effectiveness on a 1% for 1 damage stopped. --Honestmistake 17:20, 7 October 2009 (BST)

Flaks are fine the way that they currently work, don't fuck with them. --Papa Johnny 17:40, 7 October 2009 (BST)

Second. --Bob Boberton TF / DW Littlemudkipsig.gif 19:18, 7 October 2009 (BST)

More details

Timestamp: John Ibans 21:39, 1 October 2009 (BST)
Type: Flavour, greater detail
Scope: Available to all
Description: It seems that zombies wandering the town have two attacks, "crush shoulder", and "bite shoulder". While I sure don't mind that, I would like more detail, such as "You flail at USERNAME's chest, causing 3 damage" or "You bite USERNAME's back, causing 4 damage, they become infected". The simple statement is that I would like more zombie attacks (randomly selected) that all do the same amount of damage, but attack different body locations (even striking the head would be cool)

In addition, I think this can also be expanded to survivours, wuch as "you strike a zombine in the chest with your fire axe, causing 3 damage" or "you fire at a zombie's leg, causing 10 damage. Their rotten flesh absorbs 2 damage".

Mechanics: Well, randomness. I don't know exactly what language Urban Dead is written in, but I imagine that broadening the extent of described attacks would take a bit of monotinay away from constant crushing and biting shoulders. This proposal would not change damage or anything else, just the text.

Discussion (More details)

So, basically adding some additional, random flavor text for zombie attacks? I like the idea. Seems simple to implement and adds a bit of variety to an assault on a survivor. Aichon 22:13, 1 October 2009 (BST)

Why does putting a pistol round in a zombie's face do the same damage and level of injury as shooting his foot? Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 22:35, 1 October 2009 (BST)

Why does every firearm ever fired automatically hit a flak jacket? Urban dead is a game of such questions. I enjoy the flavour, as long as its zombie only. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 22:46, 1 October 2009 (BST)
Classist. Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 22:54, 1 October 2009 (BST)
Entirely. Surely all you survivors are aiming at the head anyway? --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 08:43, 2 October 2009 (BST)
You shoot Bob the Zombie for 5 damage. Their flak jacket absorbs 1 point of that damage. They take a Headshot and die.
Obviously, flak jackets cover every part of your body. ?:I --Bob Boberton TF / DW Littlemudkipsig.gif 19:30, 2 October 2009 (BST)
Somewhere on the wiki theres a long page about how zombies wrap flak jackets around their heads. Anyone? --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 19:33, 2 October 2009 (BST)

I see only one issue, and it's kind of minor. If this is giving random body parts, it'll be using the same mechanic as the hit rate %. If you know about Groove Theory, that might be a problem. If people see that Head hits are more successful that leg hits, then they may find out what the current interval is. --Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 07:06, 2 October 2009 (BST)

The other issue I see is that while some of us like the added flavour, how many people pay that much attention to the damage messages beyond confirming whether or not you actually hit your target? Don't get me wrong--I'd vote Keep if this goes to voting--but I feel that it would be wasted programming for all the appreciation it would get from the average UD user. --Maverick Talk - OBR Praise Knowledge! 404 07:19, 2 October 2009 (BST)
You mean that, for instance, if the current interval is 8 seconds with a window of 1 second, there's the possibility that "head" hits would occur during the first .5 seconds of the window and "leg" shots would occur in the second .5 seconds, clueing the player in to where they are landing within the window? Seems kinda unlikely to me, and is certainly a minor edge case, as you said. More likely is that people who try to use Groove Theory would only see the same flavor text over and over again while they're in that groove, which isn't really an issue since using grooves is not supported gameplay practice. Aichon 08:25, 2 October 2009 (BST)
According to kevin, it's patched anyway. Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 18:28, 2 October 2009 (BST)
Kevan just changed the system by which it works. He didn't completely erase the potential for abuse. if you read to the bottom of the talk, there's conjecture about a new groove.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 19:11, 2 October 2009 (BST)
Yeah, it's not fixed at all. In truth, I can confirm that it's working and is fairly simple to abuse. Since I became aware of the concept last week, I've already figured out the interval for FAK searches and for zombies using Claw (e.g. I went about 19/20 and 22/24 in successfully finding FAKs in my last two restocking runs), and am hoping I can come up with some reproducible results that I could pass along to Bug Reports or Kevan at some point soon. I'd love to see the RNG fixed, to be frank, since I know that there are others who have doubtless researched this at length and are capable of abusing it to the extreme. In the meantime though, and speaking from a small bit of experience, I don't think that the flavor messages would have much impact on people abusing Groove Theory, though I could very well be wrong. Aichon 23:28, 2 October 2009 (BST)
Last time I checked it the groove was well and truly obvious and working. -- To know the face of God is to know madness....Praise knowledge! Mischief! Mayhem! The Rogues Gallery!. <== DDR Approved Editor 07:43, 5 October 2009 (BST)

Well, the simple thing would be to just NOT include "head" in the random target flavor text. "Head" already has a special mechanic (headshot) which would supercede this flavor text (unless the headshot mechanic changes). The main problem with the idea is that it isn't JUST "flavor text". If I attack you and hit your hand, it could (and probably would) be argued that it should have some "effect" beyond just doing standard damage.--Pesatyel 01:59, 3 October 2009 (BST)

And along the same lines, "foot" and "hand" just wouldn't be included in the random text. John Ibans 15:01, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Your missing the point then. "Hand" was just an example. If I injure you ANYWHERE on the arm or leg it would have essentially the same effect. People would argue that a leg wound would slow you down. WHERE on the leg wouldn't matter.--Pesatyel 18:16, 3 October 2009 (BST)
I think a better system would be to ignore body parts. You gouge... or You tear, Claw, Swipe, rend, scratch grab. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 18:36, 3 October 2009 (BST)
Agreed. It just looked like the discussion was headed in the direction of specific locations.--Pesatyel 05:34, 5 October 2009 (BST)

Extra flavor to make things a little more interesting? Sounds good. --Papa Johnny 17:41, 7 October 2009 (BST)

Suggestions up for voting

Bikers Store

Moved to Suggestion:20091009 Bikers Store Lelouch vi Britannia is helping make Ridleybank green_ and gives Achievements 23:09, 9 October 2009 (BST)

Dim Lights

Moved to Suggestion talk:20091008 Dim Lights -- boxy talkteh rulz 09:13 8 October 2009 (BST)

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