Talk:Game Assumptions

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I agree with everything here, if that counts for anything. --LouisB3 04:21, 9 Dec 2005 (GMT)

The statement "no form of attack is superior to another" is just plain false. Firearms are clearly superior to melee. You do more damage per total AP, not just more damage per combat AP. The only reasons to use your axe are if you haven't bought firearms skills yet, or if you've run out of ammo. Axes are better than any other melee weapon. There simply is no reason at all to attack anyone with a baseball bat, ever. --Dan 18:59, 21 May 2006 (BST)

Not from a gameplay point of view there isn't, But there could be plenty from a role-playing point of view, for example: One could decide that it's more appropriate to hit a GKer with a baseball bat than to chop him up into tiny pieces with a fireaxe, it all depends on what kind of playstyle you prefer, some people will even go as far as using nothing but their fists--Brian Eetar DTD|CFT|GMG 20:47, 25 December 2008 (UTC)

Zombies and Survivors are Equal: It should be as difficult for a Survivor to revive a Zombie as it is for a Zombie to kill a Survivor. This very clearly is not an has never been the case. Revives cost much fewer AP than kills, and its much easier for a survivor to find a zombie to revive than it is for a zombie to get at a survivor and kill them (barricades, yah know?). And it probably should be that way, because a zombie can kill, but not revive; if they were equal, the zombie populations would grow geometrically. --S.Wiers X:00 20:24, 12 February 2007 (UTC)