- User Since
- Oct 2 2014, 9:58 AM (380 w, 3 d)
May 11 2016
YES and NO ;)
I like the idea to require some kind of rope or holster to attach weapons but I totally dislike the idea that I am only able to carry one main gun on my back.
I have a couple of old and new-ish rifles and I can carry them ALL at the same time with ease.
Years ago I crafted some fancy 'improvised' leather sling holsters which allowed me to carry 5 rifles on my back, all fully protected against unintentional movement and even to damage (to some degree) - Was pretty neat because it also allowed me fast access without having to fiddle around while drawing or putting them back. It felt like being some kind of Mad-Max-style outlaw survivor :D
The number of weapons (or any equipment) should be determined by weight and not by "slots".
More stuff means faster exhaustion and less agility
come to think of it, a weight-based system would even add a whole new level of character customization:
- A sick/injured player should be weaker than a healthy player.
- A notorious camper should suffer from muscle degradation and therfor end up with less stamina and agility if heavy loaded.
- A notorious road-runner should build up stamina over time, being able to quickly move heavy loads for a longer dinstance.
...this could go on and on but I guess you get my point