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Combat Revives

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rebekah1
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« on: October 22, 2007, 07:12:07 pm »

Ok, I made a couple of combat revives before being made aware that they were frowned upon.  I have changed my ways but cannot seem to escape the stigma and end up putting other survivors in jeopardy just by existing.  How do I live it down?  I am sad every time I get PKed because of this, or someone gets their generator smashed because of me.  Can anyone help?  Also, how do these pkers know that I did this?
Thank you in advance.
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drnemesis
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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2007, 01:59:07 pm »

It seems pretty petty for them to do this, but thats the nature of many game players. my best advice would be to join a group if you haven't already, at least ten there will be someone to back you up and they'll be less inclined to bully you. Imho I could care less if someone chooses to use combat revives in certain situations, like a mob inside an NT building, or mall assaults. its bloody expensive though and the syringes would be better used on willing survivors. Not all zombie players will react negatively, I for example would just go with the flow. When I'm a zombie I play as one but meander towards revive points. Even with my career zombie character I'd enjoy the randomness of suddenly being revived and see how long I could develop as a human before dying again... Not everyone will treat you badly. But generally I'd avoid combat revives inside non essential buildings as its just a game of roulette whether the survivor will thank you or trash the place. Its easy to die in UD anyway so they're just getting their knickers in a twist if they give you this much hassle. get some friends with lots of guns and beat them at their own game Wink
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Marcus Bell
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« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2007, 04:56:38 am »

I'd spend a couple APs just talking with fellow survivors, too. It's harder to kill someone if you've gotten to know them, and if this is truly a lesson you've learned, then sooner or later you'll rebuild that trust. I mean, who here hasn't made a mistake?

I remember trying to tear down a mall's barricades as an innocent newbie survivor (Until someone told me to "stop it, or I'll kill you.").
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