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- Dec 23 2013, 8:14 PM (421 w, 2 d)
May 10 2016
Yep, my friend found this bug too.
Hmm, maybe my issue is relevant to this one: http://feedback.dayzgame.com/view.php?id=3594
Agree, besides there's even a safer military spawn area much safer than airport justa bout 1.5 kilometers from Stary. A military base with 2 barracks and one 2-story military building.
spawned there 2 times today
I wouldn't say that this is a HUGE advantage, since the mmilitary base was removed from Sobor
but still it should be fixed
What Felix sid didn't help me - even though I manually dragged empty flask to my hand I still ended up with a full one: they only swapped their palces in inventory.
i had to drop the full one on the ground in order to fill up the empty one.
tehy do quench your thirst, but they work funny (sometimes 1 sip from pump is enough to satisfy minor thirst, sometimes you need to take 15 sips).
I also hope that despite the wrong message the water from pump is much cleaner that the oen from teh actual pond :D
Actually it happened to me even though my inventory had plenty of empty space: I just emptied magazine in vicinity and all ammunition disappeared.
Agreed. Waves are so tiny, yet the sound is so loud as if it's a storm or something.
I had hard time trying to communicate with people on the coast using voice chat.
See, that's the problem: I bet I'm not the only one who just now realized that there is a "you're full" message in existance. Since we're going this way, look at how Prject Zomboid dealt with it - they have multiple positive and negative moodles for hunger and thirst. Right now dayz has only several negartive (green hunger and thirst, ellow hunger and thirst, red hunger and thirst) and only one positive one ('you're full").
And I still think that a human being would get "full" after one can of beans, not seven of them.
Since day time is realistic, so should be hunger and thirst. I mean it is really ridiculous that i empty a whole flask of water and 1 minute later my character is thirsty. What gives, I'm not in Gobi desert.
And don't even start on eating :D