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No reason to pick up a first aid or an ammo box...
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... because they waste 4 slots and spend.. 4 slots :(
Same thing with the attachable pouches. Spend 10 and waste 10 slots.

Explain me one reason to pick them up. I didnt know one!


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I didnt explain that, or?

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Till today i didnt find a yellow box. Is there the same, the boxes are useless too.

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Abgematzt edited Additional Information. (Show Details)
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Abgematzt set Legacy ID to 4170245713.May 8 2016, 11:05 PM
vox added a subscriber: vox.May 8 2016, 11:05 PM
vox added a comment.Jun 29 2015, 8:08 PM

Agreed. They are somewhat useless to pick up. They make a nice "kit" that can be looted or passed around though.

I think the 1st aid kit should be attachable like a bag around the waist. (Think ugly fanny-pack... It's ugly, but functional, and many 1st aid kits have this option).

The ammo boxes, well those make some sense as they can be passed around as a single box. But hopefully they follow the same persistence as tents and backpacks etc.

i found that if you put cooking pots on the burners they only take up two vertical slots. i put two of these contaptions in a first aid kit one full of O- blood and the other full of meds, yellow boxes can potentialy hold 12 items.

vox added a comment.Jun 29 2015, 8:12 PM

(Unrelated request...)
I want to see a 1st aid backpack. A large "Paramedic/1stResponder" style kit with markings.

mist3r added a subscriber: mist3r.May 8 2016, 11:05 PM

I'm with you, I liked them better before of course, but a reason to pick them up ist because they protect the ammo or medical resources. For example when being shooted or punched by zeds. Even when your clothes become ruined, the Amobox or the 1st aid kit can prevent the loot in it to get ruined, so you can still use them. imho

vox added a comment.Jun 30 2015, 6:37 PM

Once rain come back, these will again be very useful if they are considered waterproof. (As they should be)

Even with a mountain backpack, your gear still got wet and damaged etc.
The waterproof bags were the only things that would protect your gear at my last recollection.

These cases can help that. So for instance, paper and matches can be put in protective case. Cans, those can stay in the bag.


Geez added a comment.Jul 1 2015, 12:44 PM

Hello Abgematzt.
The change in slots of ammo boxes, protectors and first aid kits is intended and the containers will have protective purpose.