Un-Nerf the Mercy

Discussion in 'Suggestions Hub' started by Captain Kirk, Jan 29, 2018.

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Should Mercy be un-nerfed, at least for a certain period of time?

Poll closed Jan 31, 2018.
  1. Yes, let's give 'er a second chance!

    47.1%
  2. Eh, no opinion, I'll just go with the highest number at the end.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Nah, let's leave it an underpowered waste-o-space.

    52.9%
  1. Captain Kirk

    Captain Kirk Banned User

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    The Reason Caesar got Mercy nerfed was because it "caused the game to crash."
    The issue with his complaint?
    1.All his complaints were quite obviously biased towards the old Legion.
    and
    2.All explosives can cause crashing, to various extents.

    We can heckin' keep the fire rate nerf I guess.

    So I figure we at least give the old Mercy a shot. If enough more complaints about it crashing the game come in with proof, then it can be re-nerfed. But until then, let's give the good ol' Deathclaw-guarded gal a second chance at usability, eh?

    [​IMG]

    Edit:I'll put a 48-Hour limit on the vote timer heck
     
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2018
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  2. Prime

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    God please no. Mercy was able to consistently crash me and just about everyone in the Enclave consistently, then the user was able to kill people before they loaded back in.
     
    • Disagree Disagree x 1
  3. Prime

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    Please vote against this atrocious idea. If you want Mercy back propose a nerfed form that won't crash players, rather than bringing back a weapon that the game engine literally cannot handle.

    Caesar was not the only one who wanted Mercy gone, it was acknowledged as an overwhelming issue and many crashes we're reported to Jak as a result of Mercy.

    While other explosives are likely to crash players, it is far less likely as compared to Mercy. I have suffered very few crashes and have never crashed in combat since Mercy was removed, where I used to crash multiple times in combat due to my opponents using Mercy.
     
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  4. Pandox0098

    Pandox0098 User

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    Im with Alex bringing back Mercy is a horrible idea if it is gonna crash many players is better to let mercy stay nerfed
     
  5. Kaiser Dayne XI

    Kaiser Dayne XI Recognised User | Level 2

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    stop rigging the votes yer rapscallions
     
  6. Captain Kirk

    Captain Kirk Banned User

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    The heckin' fire rate nerf can stay I guess
     
  7. Prime

    Prime Guest

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    You can't keep editing a poll, you are just warping the results.
     
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  8. BLAISE

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    If the fire rate stays nerfed whats the downside?
     
  9. Danny G

    Danny G Well-Known User

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    OP weapon. Wasn't just nerfed for the crashing, but damage output too.
     
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  10. Vulpes Inculta

    Vulpes Inculta

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    yeah around 3x the DAM of a GMG right?

    Perhaps the weight can be lightened a bit though, 230 is a bit heavy considering it's current st8 and that'd be a buff of sorts
     

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