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  1. Dragging your allies

    I'm usually a medic in Squad and it'd be a great addition to be able to drag your teammates behind cover. It'd add not only to the realism, but also be a great addition to abilities.
  2. Hello forum, My name is Lukas "Salk!s" Havlicek and I started new youtube channel which will be releasing videos about SQUAD. I am playing the game since day 1 release on steam and I can't get enough of it. So I decided that I will create youtube channel dedicated to my favorite game where I will try to spread the word about SQUAD and in the same time providing you with some watchable content. Please give me your opinions on my first video what should I improve and maybe what would you like to see next. And in case you liked my video hitting that subscribe button would be the most awesome thing Here is my first video : link to channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/SalkisCreations
  3. ANGRY Medic Guide

    VIDEOGUIDE: TEXTGUIDE: Hello you peasants, I am Stormsolid and today I'm going to show you how to play the medic correctly on the battlefield since you monkeys need a passive aggressive doc to teach youSo let's get this shitshow started shall we?Let me introduce you wannabe medics to your gear.You have a rifle that goes pew use it to shoot bad guys. if it goes out of ammo you take your smaller pew.This is important since switching your weapon will be faster than reloading your main gunokey the 'nade is self explanatory. Listen here you little sh*t, the next piece of equipment is called a smoke grenade.It is an important tool of every medic and thats the reason why I need to be a little bit more precise when talking about this.If you are playing on the side of the battle that is heavily exporting freedom you should keep in mind that your smoke grenades open up to the right sideand if you are on the side that is importing freedom unwillingly you should keep in mind that your smoke grenades open up bidirectional.It also can happen that you have a small open gab in the middle of your smoke, this varies and does not happen everytime so just keep it in mind.A quick reminder for all the people who are to stupid to use them,try to block enemy sight to the person you want to get to.Don't just ♥♥♥♥ing throw the smoke grenades on them like you are trying to call in an airstrikebecause if you do that the smoke acts like a rpg magnet, trust me. Now to the medical stuff...No matter on which side of the battle you stand on you have 6 of those babies, most casual idiots call them bandages even though their name are field dressings, I do it myself but I am not a Left mouse button to use it upon other people and right click to use it on yourself.To be as efficient as possible try to not get shot so you don't have to use them on your own worthless body.If people are alive and they are bleeding tell them to bandage themselvesBecause for every bandage you use on a bleeding dimwit who could bandage himself you lose one opportunity to revive a dead guyand you better cover them while they bandage and don't just sit there with your medicbag in your hands n The following part is just a quick PSA.If Melbo or I see two medics on one guy sick rhymes I knowbut if our dirty and infected eyes see that kind of a behavior you have a ****ing problem with usOkey so there is the medicbag too right?That's the thing you use on soldiers who are hurt but not bleeding. Easy.Left symbol means you need to use a bandage and the right symbol means you need to use the medic bag.you and your fellow heroes aka medics are the only people with this equipment so look at it as the special equipment it is.one simple rule I follow with this tool is:If I am suppost to heal you, you are suppost to cover me while I do that because if you look at me like I am a french model I will not kiss you but beat up with my medicbag.This following small section is for the ♥♥♥♥♥♥s who decided they don't want to be the brave man who plays the medic.Everytime you cheeky bastards don't cover but look at a medic while he is healing you, reload your ****inging weapon like the deserved receiver of golfclub hits you are or surrender just when I bandaged you I will shoot a new squadie in the knee.And the last thing, if want me to ignore you please just scream medic a couple of hundred times like I am blind and can't see big red signs on my screen that tell me you are deadso write down,When a medic is healing me I will never ever look at him, I will cover the area so we don't get killed together,I do NOT reload while I am getting healed, I will cover the are so we don't get killed togetherIf I see a medic running to my body on the map and I know I have to surrender because of some idiotic reason I tell the medic in local chat BEFORE he bandages meand lastly,set your priority on Squad leaders and other medicsnever start a buddyteam with the second medic in the squad and try to keep a good 10 meter distance to him at any given moment
  4. Got A Light?

    Medics and their smokes are like 2 peas in a pod, except you throw the 2 peas and now you're just an empty shell. So i'm sure medics used to have more than 2 smokes (Correct me if i'm wrong) and sure I love those 2 little peas, but often I find myself needing both for just 1 or 2 casualties. So lend us a smoke this Christmas, it might just save your life. (Also applies to cigarettes #Smokingkills) #Hollowpeaman
  5. Medic Score

    In a week of newbs Potato and Me went nutty revives. We had a private competition Didn't finish the map we only had a couple of tickets left. But was a fun round. What's your best Revives scored. Pub play.
  6. To make Medics more needed, regular soldier should only have some tourniquet like CAT or similar. Also the tourniquets will not completely stop the bleeding so you will still need to find a medic so he can use his bandages to stop the bleed. If grunt bandages remain, if you bleed out, medic should always use the bandages of the fallen before using his own.
  7. "Give Up" Timer

    I think all of us who have ever played on medic have hated those people who "give up" on you after you wasted a bandage on them, or squadmates who continue to give up as soon as they are down just because they don't want to wait for a medic (then the game comes to an end and you lose by 15 tickets, which means you would have won had your teammates just waited for a medic revive). I think it would be a great idea to have a "give up" timer for those that constantly give up as soon as they go down. This way, it encourages more teamplay/strategy and allows medics to do their job more efficiently. This in no way has a negative effect on those who wait for medics. Since this timer would only effect those who constantly give up after going down. Suggesting that (not counting your first "give up"), that if you give up too quickly (lets say, within 15 seconds of going down), you will not have the option to press "GIVE UP" on the screen for 15 seconds. If players continue to give up early, the timer will continue to increase by 15 second increments, up to a minute. This is just a basic idea, I'm not saying 15 seconds is fair, but you get the idea. For those that already wait, they will not be punished for giving up and would not have to wait. What do you guys think?
  8. Suggesting free resupply for Medic, we always try and encourage having medic so can we have no cost for their kits.
  9. Prone!

    When you're prone you should just stay prone no matter what you're doing. Its so frustrating when you throw a smoke and try to go prone, but you can't and then switch to your gun to go back to prone. On top of all that sometimes your guy just stands up even though you just hit the prone button. Solution: You should be able to do ALL actions while prone. It'll just clean up the game play IMO. No more accidental pop ups in the middle of a crucial fight.
  10. Dragging/Carrying

    I love this game. A lot. I always love playing as a medic. There''s nothing better for me than running through a firefight to get to a wounded soldier who is not even in my squad and reviving him because I know that he could help us capture the area, which could help us win the game. However, I don't enjoy running to someone in the open and trying to revive him when the whole enemy team can see me put an ice pack on them which also takes time. I would love the ability to drag or carry a wounded to a safer place so I can bandage them as my team mates lay down covering fire for me. I live for that awesome teamwork.
  11. Medic Healing Animation

    With the May 2017 Monthly Recap giving us a vast preview of new animations coming to Squad in the future, I thought I should voice an idea for medic animations. In the animation preview we saw short clips of applying bandages, but we have yet to see what will replace the current healing animation. For now it consist of the medic touching the patient with his hand and by some in an inappropriate manner followed by some lewd comments. So I had the idea that instead of magic hands healing the player, we could have a simple animation of the medic using a saline and/or blood bag to heal players. It would look something like the following pictures: https://www.jigsawmedical.com/wp-content/uploads/hires_070713-F-8769P-227.jpg https://www.army.mil/e2/c/images/2015/05/26/395708/original.jpg The animation would start with the medic inserting the IV needle, then holding part of the tube with one hand and the other holding up the saline and/or blood bag till the patient is fully healed. (Holding the tube and bag would actually put the medic in a very similar pose to the current one when you think about it) I have little to no medical knowledge, but I think this would be somewhat pseudo-realistic and feel a lot more immersive than using the force like some jedi. Saline and blood transfusion would seem to fit in the game when considering the bleeding system and healing basically replenishing the blood loss. Some issues I see with this is that it would be and look somewhat unrealistic to apply it to oneself, and then there is the issue of how it would look when healing slightly hurt players. There could be other animations for that, suggestions are welcomed. Or saline/blood bag could be used only for incapacitated players. If the you devs have other ideas or are currently working on them I wouldn't mind you spilling the beans.
  12. Hey guys and girls, I will post all of my current YouTube uploads in here for your viewing pleasure. If you like what you see jump onto my channel and subscribe Thanks for the support!!!
  13. Hi guys! I've played 37 hours of this game as well as playing project reality, and I have to say that this game is nice in quite a few areas, but also needs polishing. One of the areas that, to me, is glaringly obvious, is the current death/medic/revive balance. I think its safe to assume that many people will agree with me that the system is a tad too forgiving right now, and could use a bit more thought.I'd also say that this is a very delicate subject as we are not just talking about simple realism here, we are talking about gameplay; That's what matters most. Now if realism and gameplay can be in harmony that would obviously be ideal but when push comes to shove, gameplay is key. The facts: 80% of wounded soldiers don't die. 99% probably died because of headshots. The current situation: a appeasement of all as the expense of some: casual mode. Proposed solution: "hard core mode" for those looking for more challenging, more tactical gameplay. LONG VERSION Short summary of suggestions: Headshots now do much more damage, and have a chance to kill - see long suggestion notes Players now have "conscious health" (the current system), and "vital health", making it possible but difficult to "insta-kill" someone Players can now be damage for 4 seconds after they go "unconcious". they then become immune to fire as they become incapacitated. Medics now have to deal with a variety of medical situations as players now have lesser or worse conditions regulated by vital health. - see long suggestion notes Being revived now is not a blank check. Reduced conscious health with a 5 minute "cool down" this will please the hardcore players, but keep the game playable, while not making the game unrealistic in making it impossible to kill people.
  14. Hey all. This is Nighthauk. I've been playing Squad for about a month now and really enjoy it. I usually play on the Tactical Gamer server. I try to get on as often as possible but lately it seems that is only on the weekends. I've tried my hand at squad leader and have some pretty good strategies but have found that it mostly revolves around if the squad listens and does the commands set in place. My best game was when I was playing a medic and supported 3 different squads inside of a FOB. I was the only medic for all 3 squads. I ended up scoring an 880 on that game. So far its the highest score that I've seen. I know that medic is an easy role to play but a lot of players still don't play it correctly. See I was a combat medic for the ARMY for 5 years and was also in military intelligence for 3 years to total 8 years active military. I also did some time with JSOC (Joint Special Ops Command). This game is great and am looking forward to the devs adding tanks and aircraft. That will change everything in the game. I also stream my gameplay on Twitch. My channel is Nighthauk4. Please come by and check it out. Maybe you were in my squad and can see what we did great or did wrong. Alright, I'll see everyone in game.
  15. Please Change the Medic M4A1

    Dear devs, could you please reconsider your decision with the M4A1? Now everyone has exactly the same loadout. It would be quiet nice if you could change that back. I'd love to see the Medic with a foregrip again and an LAT with normal iron sights. Its very nice that the foregrip works now, but it doesnt do anything when only the rifleman can use this version. I hope you could change that back like pre V7.
  16. Hello. Have a suggestion, that would make medic-play more realistic, and more tactically fun. The ability to drag wounded into cover. You all to often end up like in this 35 sec film: http://plays.tv/video/5880bc800add498575/medic-play Keep up the good work with this game! /Korpen.vU
  17. This is my first thread. Please feel free to correct me on what can be done better. What I have in mind is pretty simple, the life saved/revived will only show up on the end of the game (Dota2 HH/hero healing for reference), and it'll show up beside every name even if they had not played medic for the whole match. By having all the "0" beside each players name, it'll further boast the results/performances of the medics as well as encouraging them to do better as a med. Hope this helps.
  18. I was first introduced to Squad a couple of months ago, when I found a Squad Ops video on YouTube done by Karmakut. Since December 14th, I've purchased a new computer, joined the Squad Ops group, and now have 179 hours on Squad. When I have a good Squad Leader, I love playing as a medic or rifleman. Otherwise, I enjoy the challenge that squad/platoon leading is and am constantly learning more about it both on & off the field. My goal is to play a bigger part in the Squad community- to become a developer and help to contribute to the UX, objects, maps and game modes. I am from California so you will find me playing on my local servers. Hope to see you on the field!
  19. And a question I would couple with it: is the Medic class too critical? As it stands now, Medic is arguably the absolutely most vital class to any squad of any faction. But is this really desireable? As I'm aware, most rifle groups in reality don't actually have medics, being elements assigned on the platoon level. And even when they appear, there's usually only one of them. Now while medics are vital to keeping soldiers alive, I feel that in Squad they are not only overrepresented, but too critical for the functioning of a squad. Consider the plight of someone who simply wants to play as a rifleman. With 5/8 of the non-SL members being asked to fill crucial fire support and medical roles, there aren't that many who would get to choose to be a simple rifleman, and a lot of squad leaders will kick you if you refuse to at least take the optics class. As it stands right now, some factions' medic classes get inferior guns (though some don't), and don't get any offensive grenades. A common order from SL I see is "just take medic, you get the same gun" and yet later the medic is demanded to stay at the back of the squad, never engaging offensively. This makes sense, but not all players enjoy that kind of playstyle. And this isn't just a problem with Medics; it's also a problem of Riflemen vs. fire support classes; grenadiers, AT riflemen, marksmen and autoriflemen are all vital assets to the squad, and you get several in abundance. The end result is that not many people are allowed to play the simple rifle+grenade setup of a normal grunt. And I feel that's kind of a bummer. How can this be addressed? Several ways, actually. Simply reducing the amount of medics to 1 and fire support classes to 2 would do the trick, but I think we can do better than that. Riflemen tend to carry less weight, not lugging around medical gear or heavy guns and ammunition, so it would make sense for them to move slightly faster and have a higher total stamina. It would also make sense for them to be able to carry more magazines and fragmentation grenades, which would give them an edge over non-rifleman classes, making them valuable assets to a squad leader. Finally, it might make some sense for riflemen to be the only ones to get e-tools, considering the aforementioned factor of not needing all that load-bearing space to carry medical equipment or munitions. That said, I'm not sure how many soldiers in real life actually are asked to carry shovels. Further, there's a simple but somewhat radical change we can make to make medics not so absolutely vital: all classes can "revive" a squadmate using CPR. But it would take much longer (anywhere from 10 seconds or more) and would still require the man be stabilized with bandages, of which normal classes only have two. Plus, CPR would only revive, not heal, so medics would definitely still be extremely useful, but players not wanting to play medic wouldn't utterly handicap the squad. I feel this would provide a more fun game. So, what do you think we can do to enable players to play as Riflemen without kneecapping the efficacy of their squad?
  20. Medic Kits Effects Getting shot Medic bags Nurse Dragging and transport of wounded Pain I think it's high time that the medical system got revisited in Squad. Some hints have been dropped by developers in the November recap, but nothing concrete so I thought it'd be good to make a suggestion now, when the medic system additions are nearer, but still far enough away that the devs don't want to share any particular details. The main feature of this overhaul would be "pain". Pain Pain results from - getting shot - breaking your bones, either by jumping from too high up or getting run over by a heavy vehicle Types of pain - managable pain, reduces stamina regeneration speed - intense pain, reduces stamina regeneration speed, reduces max stamina, gives a supression effect(pulsing blurry peripheral vision/vignette) Treating pain a) you can treat pain by using painkillers - this will make managable pain and its effect completely disapear - this will make intense pain managable for 2 minutes b) healing the wound with medical instruments - intense pain is managable after 1 minute and completely disapears after 3 minutes Medic bag The medic bag has 3 functions and limited uses. Getting foreign object out of the body. Sewing wounds to reduce pain and stop bleeding and reinforcing broken bones. Foreign objects(bullets, shrapnel) - if this is done while the patient is awake he will experience intense pain Sewing - stops bleeding completely and reduces pain Incapacitated state This can result from one or both of two causes. Losing too much blood or passing out from untreated intense pain. Rule of thumb is, 2:1 for pain:bleeding for the torso and head, and 1:1 for limbs. ie shots to the torso hurt twice as much as they bleed, while shots to the limbs hurt as much as they bleed. Other medic items Bandages Imperfect way to stop bleeding. A bandaged wound will accumulate a blood toll overtime and if you get shot again before getting treated you'll take extra damage depending on how long the bandage has been soaking your blood. You will not suffer any visual effects or bleed out completely however. FAST needles and a bloodpack(sportsdrink hooked to an IV needle and a pack of lamb blood for Unconventional forces) Used to revive players. Players must not be be bleeding. If a player is revived without getting his wounds healed first he will experience intense pain upon waking up. This can happen for 2 reasons: The medic ran out of medic bag uses. The player is revived by a nurse. Nurse Each Squad gets two medic kits. The first one is a paramedic with all the above equipment. The second is a Nurse kit, which doesn't have a medic bag. Medic bags, however, can be picked up and used by a player with a Nurse kit from Incapacitated paramedics. In addition the Nurse kit has less IV items to revive people and a very limited number of painkillers. Painkillers 1 use will alleviate 1 level of pain 2 uses will alleviate 2 levels of pain, but will induce dizzyness Burns Burns injuries are treated by bandaging or a medic bag. IV stations on FOBs Aditionally a SL can place an IV tent on a FOB, where incapacitated friendlies can be transported to revive. A nurse or a medic must be manning the IV tent and it holds 5 people. As a bonus, players revived in an IV tent receive no pain after reviving and all their injuries are healed. Hope I made this as comprehensive as possible and something the devs can draw even a little bit of inspiration from when further working on the medical system in Squad. (alright, now come at me with the "this is too complicated" "this would nerf medics" comments)
  21. How about allowing the Medic to apply a second patch to patient so the revived target has increased health so less is needed to be patched up to max. As you had in PR. (Not a boost beyond max)
  22. give medic bandages

    When no ammo boxes or re supply possible, all class should have the ability to give medics thier bandages.. to resupply using thier kit. give the medic the best optic on their weapon, might make people play that class more
  23. what is your favorite role?

    so what are your favorite roles? i haven't tried being an SL yet because i'm still new in the game. my favorite role is with medic though and machine gunner
  24. So currently when someone goes down, they don't really know how long they've been bleeding/until they bleed out. Some SL's are so crass as to suggest mass suicide to redeploy somewhere else. My suggestion is the following and I think it will solve many problems currently associated with being down and wasting those ever so important tickets. Currently when you're being healed a graphic appears bottom center with a color representing status. When you're down everyone sees a ticking bleeding symbol in a similar fashion. I suggest making what's visible to everyone else, also visible to the downed player by means of putting it right where the "being healed" graphic normally is. This includes knowing when he's been bandaged (the blood drop turns to a heal symbol and the timer stops ticking around the circle) and finally he already knows when he's being healed. The above would give the downed player awareness in addition to checking for nearby medics on the map, to gauge his chances and make a more informed decision. This is technically another suggestion, but if they give up before at least half the bleed timer has passed, hit them with a 30sec penalty to their spawn timer. For people who think suicide redeploys are smart, or who give up within seconds of dying after whining medic every second, and so on.
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