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Eglaerinion

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#21 16 years ago
Oldschoolmaybe the googles could be a static worn around the neck, nothing more, would be kind of neat. As for the trenchcoats and winter gear, I say model it on, would add more atmosphere to the battle and would make the player model overall more pleasing to the eye.

If they make a playermodel with trenchcoat than it has to be animated, which is alot of work. The fallschirmjager model is not in 0.66 and it was shown alot of months ago in the news.




bbble

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#22 16 years ago
McGibsI dont think anyone would fight in a snowstorm in the first place... thats incredibly stupid.

Nonsense. If you are able to fight in a snowstorm and the enemy is not it is quite a good idea to stage the battle when the storm is raging :p EDIT: That is why there is winter training, if you are on top of the conditions and the enemy is not you are the king of the battlefield. Guess similar applies to all conditions. If you can't handle them but the enemy can you are in for a very very rough ride .




Oldschool

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#23 16 years ago
EglaerinionIf they make a playermodel with trenchcoat than it has to be animated, which is alot of work. The fallschirmjager model is not in 0.66 and it was shown alot of months ago in the news.

:p ah yeah I remember seeing that a long time ago, was hoping it would be in by now. For the trenchcoat, I was hoping maybe it could be done like in GC, seemed easy enough, but hell, i'm not the GC devs so I have no clue how they did their trechcoats :P.




Flippy Warbear

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#24 16 years ago

erm, GC just modeled them being part of the player models... :| And their not always the best looking either..




striderx2048

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#25 16 years ago
Flippy Warbearerm, GC just modeled them being part of the player models... :| And their not always the best looking either..

better than nothing




Frederf

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#26 16 years ago

The googles weren't really for blizzards but for sunny snowy days.

Snowblindness would not be a problem in a snowstorm, as there is little light reflecting off the snow.

In a snowstorm you'd want just regular eye protection from the driving snow, these slitted versions would likely be to reduce glare off of snow during a sunny day.




S1l3ntSt4lk3r

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#27 16 years ago
FrederfThe googles weren't really for blizzards but for sunny snowy days. Snowblindness would not be a problem in a snowstorm, as there is little light reflecting off the snow. In a snowstorm you'd want just regular eye protection from the driving snow, these slitted versions would likely be to reduce glare off of snow during a sunny day.

little light? more like 90% UV rays reflect off the snow, being exposed to 90% of the sun's UV rays for a prolonged period will not blind you, just opening your eyes will be extremely painful; just like looking at a welding torch without eye protection




Oldschool

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#28 16 years ago
Flippy Warbearerm, GC just modeled them being part of the player models... :| And their not always the best looking either..

Eh well to to tell you the truth I haven't played the latest version of GC so I haven't seen the trenchcoats :p , just heard of them, maybe I'll check it out to see if they aren't that great looking




Real-BadSeed

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#29 16 years ago

slitted goggles are for bright sunny conditions, when theres snow or water to reflect the bright sunlight. during snowstorms theres usually little sun. so you dont need the goggles here. because snow is, frosted rain. rain comes from clouds. and clouds mean, no sun. (squinting achieves the same result as the goggles) lol but on topic: i like the idea of variable uniforms for all seasons actually..