So we start off the game making our way to our well stocked bunker, with nearly a year's supply of food and water, guns, ammo and a machete...
Yet, despite our supposed preparedness, we don't even have any duct tape? What kind of prepper doesn't have at least a couple rolls of duct tape on hand? And rope!
IRL I only have a couple months worth of food and water, 6 guns. 500 rounds of ammo for those guns, 6 rolls of duct tape, 5 coils of rope, a shovel, 10 swords (because I like to collect them), several knives, two crossbows, a multi-tool, a couple lighters, and a water purifier. That's just scratching the surface.
My sister, who is significantly less prepared than me, still has duct tape, rope, a multi-tool, a few knives, and a water purifier (a gift)
Honestly, what house doesn't
have at least one roll of duct tape in it?
It's also specifically mentioned you have a HAM radio, so why isn't there one in you inventory when you leave your bunker? And if you know you are after water, why aren't you carrying a bottle for it?
Okay, ranting over.Suggestion 1:
Upon leaving your bunker, since you are obviously a well-prepared individual, these things should also be added to your inventory along with the Machete you already get:
- 2-4 Duct Tape
- 1-3 Rope
- Work Boots
- Multi-Tool and/or Tool Kit
- HAM radio
- Water Purifier
- Water Bottle
First is selectable tabs for each type.
- Armory for Weapons
- Closet for Armor
- Defense for Fortification and Traps
- Garage for Vehicles
- Living Area for Survivors and Medical
- Shed for Raw Materials
- Workshop for Crafting Materials and Tools
In the Armory, sort Weapons first by 2-handed Ballistic, 2-handed Melee, 1-handed Ballistic, 1-handed Melee. Those sections are then sorted by strength. Living Area sorted by Medical first, max healing to least healing, then Companions sorted by level (high to low), then alphabetical. Vehicles by range/distance. Workshop alphabetical.