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  • DutchLMB4ever
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    Name: The Histrionic (Exotic Tactical UMP-45)

    Talent: Notice me!!
    When hitting headshots you get the attention/aggro from nearby enemies.

    The more Aggro you get the more Weapon handling you get.
    (Accuracy/Stability/Reload speed/Optimal Range)
    And with that you can get the aggro of enemies further away.

    After a while you get "less attention".
    And the more enemies don't pay attention to you, the more damage you get.
    - This happens if the enemies just don't look at you anymore.
    - Or if the last wave of enemies starts to die out.

    So with this gun you can take the aggro from the start of each battle.
    And at the end of a battle you can do a little bit of damage and feel usefull for a moment.

    Gun mods:
    Flirty Eyes (Russian Red dot Sight)
    +15% crit damage.

    High Heels (Oversized .45 ACP Mag)
    +30 rounds. (60 rounds in total)

    Long Nails (Handstop)
    -15% reload speed.

    Annoyingly Hard Laugh (Loud Vent Brake .45)
    +25% Optimal Range. (+25% increased threat?)

    The gun should have a very bright colour.
    Like that one woman at someone else's wedding.
    That takes all the attention away from the bride with her WAY too flirty Dress...
    You know who, Everyone has seen her before.


    PS: I don't know if I offended someone with the idea around the gun.
    That is/was not my intention, I just looked up:
    "Names for attention seeking" and saw the word Histrionic.
    And went from there...so...No hard feelings!!

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  • Semaarius
    24 posts

    @dutchlmb4ever
    "The gun should have a very bright colour."
    I'm reminiscing with a joke a few friends of mine had about aggro generation in a few games. Ended up with the tank at the time being dressed and colored in the most garish and conflicting colors that basically clashed with EVERYTHING. All the colors being outrageously bright and contrasted. We called it the D.A.F.T. build. Diabolically Aggressive Fashion Trend. It's purpose, to annoy someone so much that putting the thing out of its misery would be better than looking at it for even just a second longer. Yeah... was a great tank...

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