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  • UNZIPPEDUNIKORN
    Original poster 17 posts

    As the title suggests, the Civilian Militia needs an upgrade in a couple of areas.

    1. Medic Personnel
      1. In the world of The Division, I find it really hard to believe that their is a lack of people with a medical degree. Those civilian settlements aren't a small community, there are clinics built in each of them but for some reason there are Zero Medics on the field when taking over control points, rescue operations, etc? How does this make sense? (if any) A civilian militia should at least have a medic on the field in case an ally or teammate has fallen and the medic can patch them up (i.e, True Sons, Black Tusk, Hyenas)
      2. At some point in this game, Massive should add a "Medic" to the Civilian Militias when they are on the field or out and about.
    2. Control Point Leader (needs an upgrade)
      1. In any militia there is a form of a leader and in The Division, there is a Control Point Leader indicated by a "Star" symbol above their head. However the only gun they carry while the other members in the group are carrying heavier firepower firearms, Control Point Leader only gets a handgun? That makes absolutely zero sense. A leader should have at least a primary firearm and a secondary firearm. The same can be said for the other teammates.
      2. Control Point Leader healing should be sped up when a player agent is downed. The current speed for healing by the CPL is a little to slow. Feels about the same speed like a player is patching their armour.


    It really never made any sense to why their is a lack of a Medic in the Civilian Militia and also why the Control Point Leader only carries a handgun. That is all for this area. Just some thoughts.

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  • rashbak101
    73 posts

    The control point leader does revive an agent that goes down.
    Not sure if that constitutes being a medic or if he has any medical qualificationa.
    🙂

  • UNZIPPEDUNIKORN
    Original poster 17 posts

    @rashbak101 That is true but what I am trying to say is that, when a teammate on the civilian militia is fallen, who will heal them? There is no Medic on the team to take care of that. Only the player can be revived by the CPL. However when you look at the True Sons, they have a medic on the team and can heal any fallen teammate on their side. This is what the civilian militia need.

  • rashbak101
    73 posts
  • III_Hammer_III
    112 posts

    The fights in The Division are not supposed to be fair fights. The reason the factions have medics is to make it harder for the player. Even the militia leader healing the player, it is a disadvantage to the player: it'd be better if we could just use a med kit a la Div1 instead of waiting for the militia leader for a heal, who may or may not get there anyway.

    As for the leader using a pistol, it's neither here not there, IMO. There was a time when the civilians didn't have gear at all, and they added it for visual effect... personally, I don't care whether civilian leaders carry handguns or rifles.

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