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When I toggle Lone Wolf on, I’m looking to go against teams. So stop placing ME in lobbies with OTHER SOLOS. There’s a reason why I like playing by myself against other teams and that’s because for one, these teams bring better rarity weapons, gear, and consumables and two, teams are more aggressive and tend to rotate around the map more. Since one thing I’ve noticed through my experience is that almost every time, solo’s have super slow play styles which consists of crawling for the whole game or laying prone in one spot the entire game. I’m not saying, “It’s a bad play style and that everyone who does it should stop” I simply don’t want to play against that play style when I’m bringing high rarity gear. I’ve also noticed that solo’s will bring the minimal amount of gear and consumables, along with mainly common rarity type weapons. I bring high rarity weapons into my encounters, but as soon as I see every other outlander bring such cheap load outs, I see there’s no point in continuing and leave immediately only to be thrown into another lobby similar to the previous with common weapons and consumables. So all I wish is for LONE WOLF to BE CONSISTENT. When I want to go against teams, pit me against teams. I’ll turn off Lone Wolf when I no longer wish to play against teams.
JUNGLE WARFARE!! Situation: Inteqam (Revenge) in the Wildlands is a persistent sandbox SP Wasteland mission based on the lush Bystrica with logistics, free-roaming and base building/survival elements where you, a covert OPFOR operative, were handed over to the ruthless FIA rebels towards the end of Al Inteqam (The prequel mission also available on steam workshop/drive). The AAF, however, has surprisingly come to aid you in this time of trouble and sent in their teams spread sporadically all over the map. Seeing a chopper sent in by NATO to provide additional monitoring, AAF too have injected one of their own to balance the equation. You have just managed to take out the guards and are without any equipment. Bruised and battered from the melee ordeal... General Tips: - A Base Building Factory, an empty heli and and empty tank will spawn on a random location (On destruction, all 3 of these will respawn elsewhere after a delay). - You can recruit guerrilla units at the flagpole installed at Rebel Camp. - There are a total of 6 teleport poles spread throughout the map which will help you and your group members to teleport to any other pole location. Respawn-able vehicles are present near each pole. - At regular intervals, the AAF will send in a cache which will be marked on the map and supported by a smoke grenade. It will have 3 each of random weapons, items and magazines. Final Words of Advice: - The teleporting flagpoles are relocatable via logistics. - To make the most of your inventory, empty weapon crates can be spawned at the base building factory so that you can save some stuff in them and carry them wherever you may like. Mark useful crates locations on map for easier navigation. But be careful, if the vehicle carrying the crate/flagpole is destroyed, so will the crate. - Respawn-able empty Striders are placed on undisclosed spots on the map. - Every dead enemy group will respawn somewhere on the map after a set timer. - All the empty vehicles are set on a â€œrespawn to original spotâ€ timer once they are either destroyed, or deserted for more than 500m. - And last but not the least, you have an addaction where you can repair all nearby vehicles within a range of 50m. But it has a screen fade effect so beware of using it near enemies. - Allied group will be deleted once the player is killed - Instead of loading the cache drop in the truck and going all the way back to the base, spawn a crate with the base building factory and take it along. Stuff it with all you think you will need and then equip your self somewhere safe. - You can tow vehicles and take them wherever you want. Just place the vehicle you want towed behind the vehicle which will tow and you will see an addaction - Helis can lift vehicles and crates. Just hover the heli over the target object or vehicle and an addaction will appear. The ideal height should not be about 5-10m I guess. Summary: 1. Wasteland in SP 2. SP Respawn 3. Base Building 4. Logistics 5. Combined Arms (in a way) 6. Cutscenes and cool music ;) 7. And lots ...and I mean Lots & Lots OF UNADULTERATED FUN.. Needs: CUP Terrains Complete *Hope you all enjoy this as much as I have loved making it* :D Download: Google Drive Steam workshop Update 3: 1. FIXED: The mission got broke due to updates. Fixed with the help of the amazing community member Rydygier. Update 2: 1. Added "towing" and "lifting" logistics ability to the vehicles. 2. Included unit caching to increase FPS considerably 3. Added a new rebel camp for recruiting Update 1: 1. Assigned NVGs to allied and enemy guerilla units 2. Optimized enemy spawn area to make encounters more possible 3. Allied team mates will have infinite magazines as it is assumed they will re-arm like humans. Its a good compromise I guess. Special Thanks to: - Amazing people like RYDYGIER (wouldnt have been possible without your spawn codes brother), JShock (like always), Greenfist, Shuko, R3vo, Larrow (the wizard), Haleks, R3F Logistics team and the entire bis community that have supported my work till now through their scripts, snippets etc.. :)
lstor posted a topic in ARMA 3 - USER MISSIONSOverview: My first real mission has just come out of beta testing by a few friends, and is now available on the Steam workshop! I have put down a lot of effort into making it a high-quality mission, and I'm quite happy with how it turned out. The mission is designed to give the player a wide range of challenges, and careful consideration has gone into the setting and progression through the mission. The mission is also designed with replayability in mind, and there are several different ways to accomplish your objectives. Please let me know what you think! In this mission, you will assassinate the Tanoan governor and get away with it! You play as an operative of the Mireles cartel, tasked with taking out the popular and bothersome governor of Tanoa all by himself. This will not be easy, however, as the governor has a highly trained police escort. Getting away with murder on a small island crawling with police will not be easy either... Prepare. Kill. Escape. New! - The police will now employ a sophisticated response to your actions. The AI units will call in additional patrols to areas they believe you to be, based on when and where you were last spotted, and fluidly update these positions whenever their information is updated with new sightings. The dynamic response includes deploying responder units by car or helicopter from various police stations to an area near you, and also emulates radio communication between officers. Features: - A mission combining the best aspects of Arma 3: Carefully scripted story and open gameplay over a large area. - A unique setting, playing as the Mireles cartel. - Dynamic police response with roadblocks and searches. The police reaction will increase over time. - Guerilla tactics to evade and overcome a stronger enemy. - Randomizing key elements of the mission to ensure replay value. - Several viable approaches to completing the mission. Other information: - Required mods: None. - Playtime: 0.5 - 2 hours Changelog on Steam Play / Download: Steam Workshop