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One Eight Alpha

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  1. One Eight Alpha

    I understand where you're coming from brother in regard to a situation happening on Syd Bridge then another one starting down at the office, but once again that's within 200m for the non-combat response trained medics who are not allowed within 200m of combat. There will be times when a medic with combat response is in the general vicinity of that situation that will be able to respond, however, dependant on what's happening on the map, these medics may get soaked away from Syd to attend a Westpac or Pharma Robbery for example. It really depends what is going on. Don't get me wrong brother, I am taking your points on board and will pass these on to the medics who haven't read this post. Now for the trolls/toxic rebels/civs. We do try engage in roleplay with them, however we do not want to force them into engaging in roleplay with us. Most medics (and I mean a solid 90-95% of them) will give people who are initially being toxic, abusive or a troll a chance. However if these people persistently continue down a path that makes that medics game time unenjoyable, I support their decision not to engage with them. Honestly thank you for replying to my previous post as it has generated some ideas, and is a good general discussion to have with you to see your point of view.
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    Look I'm not going to sugarcoat it at all, as medic is my main faction to play on, and I enjoy it most of all. But sometimes after you've spent some time getting to know some of the "personalities" that some rebels have, and how they quite often bad mouth some of the medics, it is no wonder why the medic will go out to the revive location, pick up the person known to be a bit of a scumbag and leave the scene straight away. This is purely to prevent the toxic comments that some medics receive, as some medics feel it's not worth the time and effort to do anything else about it. Not to mention the protocols that medics must maintain and server rules that must be followed for the medic to be able to stay within the Altis Paramedic Service. As you've spoken about response time taking "forever", once again this sometimes is due to the medics having to adhere to protocols. For example, medics are not to enter a combat zone until 2 minutes after the last gunshot was fired, or it has been cleared code 5. So at times when medics are attempting to respond, there are trolls who see medics moving in to revive people and begin shooting furiously. Therefore, the medic must back off out of the combat zone again and wait. Just another point of view to enlighten you and some other people who take the time to read it.