1. Post #1

    September 2011
    3 Posts
    What is it that makes a material nuke e.g. Nuke Pack 4 or Garry's Bombs 3 resistant (more specifically effective at shielding the player from damage)? Or is it physical distance that also determines the effectiveness of a barrier?
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  2. Post #2
    Loriborn's Avatar
    October 2009
    6,222 Posts
    Common nuke addons like the "Nuke Pack" work by applying force and damage over a distance from the location the entity hit. Because this works on the level of the weapon, there is no way to make a prop resistant to this amount of force unless you:
    A) Weld the prop down with a permanent weld.
    B) Freeze the prop with the phys-gun.
    Other than that, dependent on how strong the force is that is being applied, distance is the only other factor. I recommend that if you're trying to build something, you do so in single player or on a server without nuke-mods.
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    January 2010
    1,139 Posts
    I believe the nuke pack breaks all welds and freezes.
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    But noooo, it's not GM9 and ECS is dead. Hail to the good old times.
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    December 2006
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    But noooo, it's not GM9 and ECS is dead. Hail to the good old times.
    http://www.joudoki.com/projects_ecs/

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    gmod9 was best gmod though