- Add damage stats. Doesn’t have to be specific, but there should be a noticeable difference that a Glock-17 with 9x19mm small-caliber shouldn’t cause the same damage as an M4A1 rifle containing 5.56x45mm rounds.
If the following suggestion is approved, please provide use for the armory to choose your weapon for staff, while making the NPC present a gun-smuggler for criminals to collect their weapons. Depending on the rank, developers can choose which gun they can obtain.
- Add the ability for hosts to use Display Names, changing uniforms, and basic commands for their own private server. During a roleplay session, it would be really helpful & game-changing.
Emergency Task Force should receive:
Armed with 7.62x51mm, the rifle obviously makes sense for staff monitoring areas via watchtowers & gives them more purpose. It’s commonly used in Law Enforcement (i.e. New York’s Emergency Service Unit) & is bolt-action built. With the capacity of five calibers, the weapon will require manual rechambering upon being fired - which approximately takes at least a few seconds to do so. Reloading & maintaining stability is more tiring but provides extensive damage to whatever it hits; either killing them instantly or critically injuring them.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
9x19mm rounds, the weapon is part of the submachine class. Although slightly weaker than an assault rifle, the weapon provides extensive mobility & recoil, making it doable to perform a quick takedown against hostiles. Almost common in Law Enforcement, especially the S.W.A.T.
Criminals should receive:
The Uzi is a common weapon in homicides, gang violence, and overall infamously: drive-bys. Containing 9x19 Parabellum rounds, it’s behind other SMGs, with a slight weakness, but overall effective in its firerate.
Russian manufactured, it is an excellent marksman rifle. Although a downgrade from the NATO round (using 7.62x39mm), it contains the capacity of 10 rounds & is semi-automatic to fire - which should be enough to take 1/4 of a person’s health if center mass, while 1/2 if critical. Reloading takes time, but is worth it for criminals if they are patient to count their shots.
Let me know what you all think everyone! I’ll be looking forward for your feedback.
Prison Warden of Stateview Correctional Facility