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  • Cab00s3Rvb2
    Original poster 28 posts

    I know what the devs said both that shooting a dog would be terrible and yes it is also having an AI in multiplayer would make it unbalanced...well with what I have in mind maybe won't (except for the shooting the dog part, but it might be avoided depends on the devs on how I'm proposing)

    Attacker
    Name: Cerberus
    The dog would be attached to the operator and make noise and give away the position more easily, and when the dog smells the scent of an enemy, when it does the dog will make more noise and be able to be deployed, time to deploy 2-3 sec, and go after that specific operator, unless the dog sees a defender operator while going to the scent of another operator also the dog will go after the first scent it picked up even if there is another trail along the way, when the dog reaches a defender operator it will down them like a frost trap for duration and HP, how to escape it is for someone (attacker or defender) to kill it, has same HP as an op and can be killed instantly by a headshot, when the operator is killed (attacker or defender) the dog returns to Cerberus and can be killed along the way, how fast the dog I'd say 4 if not 5 speed.

    A few things to sort out
    1. If Cerberus dies and the dog survives, the dog goes after the operator who killed Cerberus, but I'd doubt that will be the case
    2. While the dog is hunting someone and cerberus dies, the dog would still go after whoever it was tracking and if that operator was killed, maybe it would still help the team or just leave?

    And no the dog isn't overpowered there is just one, it can be killed via headshot or body shots, and if it rushes into objective and even if the dog does get someone the dog is essentially dead, unless everyone is roaming

    What do you think of this concept, the devs probably won't add a dog into the game just because it's a dog but I can still put this here for others to look at

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  • RamboBambiBambo
    175 posts

    @cab00s3rvb2
    I can sense PETA's whining at this post.

    Perhaps make it a robo dog?

  • Cab00s3Rvb2
    Original poster 28 posts

    @rambobambibambo
    When I imagine a robot dog I see something like, robot dog doberman, look that up to see what I'm saying

    If it has metal instead of plastic, I'd like it to be destroyed by
    1. Explosives
    2. Shot in special spots for some amount of HP

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