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  • metaquad
    Original poster 2 posts

    IMO - enemies should have access to kit NPCs as well. They could be hired help (most enemies are either mercenaries or gangs, so this seems like something they would do), or loyalists that happen to have particular jobs.

    So enemies (maybe no more than 1-2 per fort, and not in any fort - maybe make it random) might have beekeepers, hitmen, spies, etcetera. They'll engage you just like any other enemy if they detect you - and of course you can use the deep profiler to try and recruit them.

    Maybe make it so that an alarm is raised AND if you are currently seen - they'll do their best to seek you out. That way, they become a bit of a "special" threat.

    Anywho, just an idea! I think the idea of having to go up against enemies with these kits sounds pretty exciting. And it offers another avenue for recruitment (if a-bit dangerous).

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  • T1gerAssAssin
    175 posts

    @metaquad
    I really like this idea.
    We see NPCs all the time that are ex MI6, ex special forces, ex Albion, ex police, etc.
    Utilizing their training and or talents in new career is to be expected, even if it is with the enemy.

    In fact, even after the story I imagine there would still be a great number of people who dislike dedsec and would become new enemies.
    As in a radio broadcast heard in game says when has 99% (or whatever) of Londoners ever agreed on anything?

    Nice suggestion.

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