SSI_Indifference Posted June 26, 2014 Share Posted June 26, 2014 I will apologize in advance if this is simply repeating statements others have made, or repeating the obvious, but I felt compelled to brain dump after watching the last few Dev Streams and the discussion around preserving events. Hopefully some of the community's brain storming can help keep these events (or at least elements of them) in a persistent form, indefinitely. First and foremost, the Breeding Grounds event was brilliant in conception and execution, despite minor glitches around deployment schedule and AI proclivities. Thanks to all the teams involved for your hard work. Tileset Placement ----------------------- The easiest inclusion would obviously be a permanent takeover of Eris, or select missions thereof. If the latter, it could maintain a persistent threat of invasion spreading across the planet, should the hives go unculled for too long. Alternatively, or in addition, one could make the hive ships a component of Infestations on any planet, or even access them in a similar fashion to Orokin Derelicts. The last option gives us another construction use for Nav Coords, Mutagen Samples, and possibly Fieldron Samples (Detonite ampules as well, should we get a Infested Fomorian Hive tileset eventually), in "key" construction. Infinite Scaling /w Persistence -------------------------------------- Using the "total point" system already implemented, there is an excellent opportunity for player controlled difficulty. If the "stink" were to slowly build up on player-constructed "decontamination units" carried in our Gear like Dragon Keys, instead of on the player within the warframe, one could choose to run the breeding grounds at a higher starting difficulty, or start anew. If the players are capable of crafting multiple "decon" devices (unstacked), they could even rotate through several with different contamination levels, to control said initial difficulty by loadout. If it were determined to be desirable, the "decon" device could even affect Infested on Derelicts, etc. Barely coherent ramblings complete. Many thanks for your patience in reading to the end. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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