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Surgery and Armor

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Harris Press

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Ingame you are unable to inject people with items when they have armor on. So I suggest that we have the same thing for the Surgical kit where you cannot perform surgery when they have armor on since it would obstruct you from being able to actually perform the surgery.
 

Xyz

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Injection is blocked by armor because I wanted to prevent drug abuse, though that could probably be removed since injecting other people was instant at the time.
 

Roozrokh

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Ingame you are unable to inject people with items when they have armor on. So I suggest that we have the same thing for the Surgical kit where you cannot perform surgery when they have armor on since it would obstruct you from being able to actually perform the surgery.

The issue is every wound is different. If I got nailed in the chest by a .308 round, you are going to need to rip off my armor and deal with the wound.

I did accept a suggestion that said when you got shot you would have a notification where you were shot. The suggestion has not been implemented yet however.
 

Chubby

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-Support, there are cases where you don’t need the patient to take off their armor to access a wound. Not everything requires you to rip off their Kevlar to access some bullet wound.
 

Doc Biggums

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The issue is every wound is different. If I got nailed in the chest by a .308 round, you are going to need to rip off my armor and deal with the wound.

I did accept a suggestion that said when you got shot you would have a notification where you were shot. The suggestion has not been implemented yet however.
// What do you do if you are shot in the head tho, like with a m82 when ur a heavy?

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While I feel this would be good, I just don't fully know if it's needed, though RP<Enjoyment, but I don't really know...
 

Harris Press

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-Support, there are cases where you don’t need the patient to take off their armor to access a wound. Not everything requires you to rip off their Kevlar to access some bullet wound.
I mean we currently have it where you can't inject Ketamine into someone if they have armour even though you can just inject it into their arm. So I think it would make sense having it where you wouldn't be able to perform surgery when they have armour on.
// What do you do if you are shot in the head tho, like with a m82 when ur a heavy?

~Neutral
While I feel this would be good, I just don't fully know if it's needed, though RP<Enjoyment, but I don't really know...
I don't see how this would take away from Enjoyment since it takes two seconds to take off your armour.
 

Chubby

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I mean we currently have it where you can't inject Ketamine into someone if they have armour even though you can just inject it into their arm. So I think it would make sense having it where you wouldn't be able to perform surgery when they have armour on.
That was to prevent drug abuse. I don't really want to follow up with that system for surgery since there's no reason why I wouldn't be able to do surgery on someone's arm if their chest is covered.
It's just gonna be more annoying than good imo.
 

Soles

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Just remove it entirely. It doesn’t do anything besides you asking people to remove their armor so you can stick a needle in their arm. If you’re doing something with their torso then ask them to remove their vest. And like @Xyz said it was only implemented to prevent drug abuse which isn’t a problem anymore. Now it’s just annoying and some don’t listen to you and dont remove their Kevlar because they’re afk so now you can’t do proper MedRP. With it removed there won’t be problems like that.
 

Smokey

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Just remove it entirely. It doesn’t do anything besides you asking people to remove their armor so you can stick a needle in their arm. If you’re doing something with their torso then ask them to remove their vest. And like @Xyz said it was only implemented to prevent drug abuse which isn’t a problem anymore. Now it’s just annoying and some don’t listen to you and dont remove their Kevlar because they’re afk so now you can’t do proper MedRP. With it removed there won’t be problems like that.
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Morgan Harper

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-Support, there are cases where you don’t need the patient to take off their armor to access a wound. Not everything requires you to rip off their Kevlar to access some bullet wound.
-Support
Just remove it entirely. It doesn’t do anything besides you asking people to remove their armor so you can stick a needle in their arm. If you’re doing something with their torso then ask them to remove their vest. And like @Xyz said it was only implemented to prevent drug abuse which isn’t a problem anymore. Now it’s just annoying and some don’t listen to you and dont remove their Kevlar because they’re afk so now you can’t do proper MedRP. With it removed there won’t be problems like that.
-Support.
 

Justaperson

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Just remove it entirely. It doesn’t do anything besides you asking people to remove their armor so you can stick a needle in their arm. If you’re doing something with their torso then ask them to remove their vest. And like @Xyz said it was only implemented to prevent drug abuse which isn’t a problem anymore. Now it’s just annoying and some don’t listen to you and dont remove their Kevlar because they’re afk so now you can’t do proper MedRP. With it removed there won’t be problems like that.
That was to prevent drug abuse. I don't really want to follow up with that system for surgery since there's no reason why I wouldn't be able to do surgery on someone's arm if their chest is covered.
It's just gonna be more annoying than good imo.
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reasons stated above
 
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