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DayZ of our Lives
#16
Just got to get me the money to do it. I'm a bit of a bum atm due to the school scheduling.
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#17
Anyone want to play tonight?
UPDATE: Never mind screw you guys, I'm gonna go play my own DayZ! With beer, and hookers!
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#18
(01-31-2014, 05:16 PM)Arjahn Wrote: Anyone want to play tonight?
UPDATE: Never mind screw you guys, I'm gonna go play my own DayZ! With beer, and hookers!

Aw... I would've been up for it, I have nothing else to do all night.
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#19
More hilarious videos: http://www.relyonhorror.com/all/8-more-d...-laugh-at/

On a related note, I apparently am a teenage girl. If you want to know more GET YOUR ASS TO CHERNARUS RIGHT NOW!!!!
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#20
Ok, I need you guys to solve a DayZ moral kenundrum me and a friend had last night.
We were looting around in Berezino and I notice a dude with an orange jacket and a nice looking rifle. Thankfully, he doesn't shoot us and he goes on about how he just got a new mic and how few people he's seen so far. We decide to walk together for a while, and pretty soon he reveals that he has no ammo in his gun. He fired it a few times and it made the click sound too, so he wasn't bluffing.

Now I didn't have any ammo either, but my friend's magnum had a few good shots left.

I wanted to kill the guy as soon as we got a chance, but my friend decided against it because "He's a nice guy."
Twenty minutes later, we're looting an apartment complex and the server reboots. When we come back in, he says he has to go and loggs out. My friend was mauled by zombies soon afterwards.

Should we have killed the guy? Yeah I know it seems dickish, and we weren't notably low on supplies or anything, but at the very least I think we should've stolen his gun. I say this because A) I wanted a nice gun, and B) It's DayZ, he's lucky that we didn't try to take his stuff. The way I see it, if we mugged him than it would've taught him to be more careful in the future and helped in the long haul. I get being friendly with other players, but he literally showed two strangers with guns that he had no defense whatsoever.
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#21
(02-07-2014, 06:03 PM)Arjahn Wrote: Should we have killed the guy?

Short answer: Yes

Long answer: Tell him to wiggle then shoot him
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#22
Eh, I think you did good.
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#23
(02-07-2014, 06:03 PM)Arjahn Wrote: Ok, I need you guys to solve a DayZ moral kenundrum me and a friend had last night.
We were looting around in Berezino and I notice a dude with an orange jacket and a nice looking rifle. Thankfully, he doesn't shoot us and he goes on about how he just got a new mic and how few people he's seen so far. We decide to walk together for a while, and pretty soon he reveals that he has no ammo in his gun. He fired it a few times and it made the click sound too, so he wasn't bluffing.

Now I didn't have any ammo either, but my friend's magnum had a few good shots left.

I wanted to kill the guy as soon as we got a chance, but my friend decided against it because "He's a nice guy."
Twenty minutes later, we're looting an apartment complex and the server reboots. When we come back in, he says he has to go and loggs out. My friend was mauled by zombies soon afterwards.

Should we have killed the guy? Yeah I know it seems dickish, and we weren't notably low on supplies or anything, but at the very least I think we should've stolen his gun. I say this because A) I wanted a nice gun, and B) It's DayZ, he's lucky that we didn't try to take his stuff. The way I see it, if we mugged him than it would've taught him to be more careful in the future and helped in the long haul. I get being friendly with other players, but he literally showed two strangers with guns that he had no defense whatsoever.

The main problem with this is that you are not making the person more cautious of other players on his next time, you are making a cycle of fear and hatred towards other players which results in people who always shoot on sight. Besides, it had no ammo so it would've been useless when the zombies attacked.

Unless their name is Pants. Then shoot on sight and take his everything.
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#24
You can't escape the Pusta.
Pusta is all.
Pusta is every.
Pusta
is
eternal
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#25
Protip: Never go to Pusta. Ever.
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#26
Dean Hall is leaving the production of the game. Kind of weird to see a guy leaving their first actual game project behind like this.

http://www.relyonhorror.com/latest-news/...ving-dayz/
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(02-25-2014, 04:07 PM)Mass Distraction Wrote: Dean Hall is leaving the production of the game. Kind of weird to see a guy leaving their first actual game project behind like this.

http://www.relyonhorror.com/latest-news/...ving-dayz/

He's not really leaving it behind. He said he will leave after the alpha ends, around the end of this year and possibly longer.
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#28
Have some devblog:


(02-25-2014, 04:20 PM)Zaliphone Wrote:
(02-25-2014, 04:07 PM)Mass Distraction Wrote: Dean Hall is leaving the production of the game. Kind of weird to see a guy leaving their first actual game project behind like this.

http://www.relyonhorror.com/latest-news/...ving-dayz/

He's not really leaving it behind. He said he will leave after the alpha ends, around the end of this year and possibly longer.

But... He's still leaving. Moving to another country and possibly creating a game company of his own. It just strikes as weird to me when a developer leaves their own project before it is complete, especially when it's their first very own game.

Not sure if this has even happened before.
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#29
If anyone here is ever interested in joining our DayZ exploits, I made some ground rules for the game out of boredom. Trust me, these could save your life.

  1. Avoid human contact at any cost. See that guy over there? You better hope he never saw you.
  2. Never trust anyone. Even your best friend could stab you for that can of beans.
  3. Avoid cities, military bases and airports unless you really know what you're doing. The bigger the place the likelier you are to get shot, robbed or humiliated by a cult of naked people worshipping a rubber duck.
  4. Never underestimate that item you just found. Someone, somewhere is willing to trade you something real good for it. Or just kill you, whichever mood they might be in.
  5. Don't ingest anything that you are not sure of. No rotten fruit, no dirty water and no matter how much you want to party, stay away from that cleansing alcohol.
  6. Do not try to hide from zombies inside a building or you're gonna have a bad time.
  7. Do not try to box with the zombies, that's a losing game. They tend to bite a lot.
  8. If you hear talking, a gunshot or some unknown sound, do not investigate. Sometimes it's better not knowing.
  9. Try to avoid swimming, unless you want to start fishing your gear from that body of water.
  10. Whenever you don't know where you are, you are propably in Pusta.
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#30
I'm just gonna bump this thread, so sorry for all the consecutive posts. It's not my fault I'm the only one posting here.

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