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guess they had to balance it somehow but still, funny how many shots u have to waste to take down a riot guard or soldat. a ppk feels more effective shot for shot. maybe there were plans for a heavy weapons perk tree... shame theyve abandoned this game. sure theres pn2 but personally i just cant like 3d madness... Krinkels has my praise tho, madness is at its best lately and the community is strong too after all these years
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i need this sprites now
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I got this idea from watching MC 11 again, what if only dead characters can have black blood? We see it with Deimos and the skeletons, we know for a fact that both of them should be dead, and on Deimos adventures, his injuries are always black in color, and the skeletons also have black blood when they get killed.
Perhaps the reason that Hank and Sanford's injuries turn black is because they are in hell. Sanford's stab wound tunrs black after the auditor forces them out, and all subsequent wounds are black in color. Hank's wounds stay red after teleporting, but when he returns wiht his new arm, you can see that the splashes of blood in his body have also turned black.
In dedmos adventures, some specific characters have black blood, a grund who dies by smashing against a corner (and looked like he was being tortured or in pain) and that weird Sanford scene after Deimos saves him from getting shot, where he gets a black void on his face and starts acting weird, evetually smashing himself against the wall in another black void.
All of the characters with black blood come from or are in either hell or the purgatory, so maybe there is a relation between being dead and having black blood, and since Hank and Sanford's wounds stay the same after getting out of hell, we can only hope there is some way they are still alive.
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I just wanted to know of it, but the thing is, Nevadean word seems that it has a letter error. It was supposed to be Nevadian correctly. However, in Fan Tribune collab (Paradigmadness 2), Gabriel Barsch make the setting dates and locations very wrong. For the Location he typed, "Nevadean Desert". So I don't know if Krinkels made a mistake on doing that or he did that on purpose, but I doubt he will answer my questions in curious cat.
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I've been playing Madness: Project Nexus for some weeks and I just realized that some weapons have elevated prices because of certain "Upgrades". I wanted to know which were the upgrades given to a M-249 when brough at the highests prices.
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What is that? "molor ->"?
Interestingly enough, it disappears right after Deimos kicks that agent.
Might be something really stupid not worth attention, but just wanted to share that since I got no information about it on the page.
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I just counted the bodies in this episodes myself and instead of 59 deaths, I got 69 deaths. I'm bad with math so I could easily be wrong. If I am wrong, please tell me.
Here's the count I did for reference: https://listofdeaths.fandom.com/wiki/Madness_Combat#Madness_Combat_9:_Aggregation
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What did the dying senpai said before she died?
TAKE ME TO NEVADA AND GET ME SUCKED BY THE AUDITOR!
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can we get an update on dissenter and 2BDAMNED, in the description krinkels attempts to vaguely mention that his name is "Doc", or his nickname?
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Krinkels just uploaded an animation called "DISSENTER"
It features 2BDamned, also new AAHW unit designs
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why did it get deleted like 2 days ago wtf
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i intend to make a mod for madness:project nexus 1 which will put the player's arena character into the story mode, but to do this i have to know what it's code is.
abomination's code is "abom"
g0l3m's code is "fatboy"
hank's code is "hank"
grunt's code is "civ"
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I copy and pasted the list and posted it to a google doc, several of the names repated further down the list. I don't think it was me, but it still could be. Tell me if i'm wrong.
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I've replaced current sound effects with high quality sound effects and added those cool items that does not appear in-game to the store.
Grunts now can be seen with scientist shades. (Contains Coolguys and goggles2)
Scientists can be seen with Coolguys and goggles2.
Restored one cool item that never appeared in game without any code left above apart from the stats to price and once name but a sprite. I gave it custom stats and price. It's $200 and i called it Science Goggles. (goggles2)
Zombie scientists can appear with the same armors which used by scientists in this mod.
And as an extra tutorial to edit your save game which means you can change your character to anything else. Or edit your inventory
But there is one problem. I added MAG sized PPK to store. But after buying it and going to main menu it turns into a regular PPK.
Funfact: They had spelling error in the description MAG PPK. And I've fixed it.
Download link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Au09Zd2Xx5TdhwK4g9lP7h869V3n
Edit: V2 is released with couple of minor sound replacements: https://www.mediafire.com/file/mwpxxmd9n2uuizi/V2.swf/file
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This might seem crazy, but I have a theory that Jesus was the protagonist all along, as in part 1, the boombox guy goes on a mindless killing spree, and Jesus tries to stop him. He mainly focuses on killing the protagonists, all of which also go on a "Kill on sight" adventure through a facility. I personally believe that Jesus is in fact the only protagonist of the story, and if you think about it a lot more, so could the auditor. I mean, he's constantly trying to kill the protagonists, in which go on constant murderous frenzies, alongside Jesus. This could also mean that Tricky is a protagonist too. If you think about it, Tricky was made to kill the boombox guy (who I think was hank) in the first place. AFTER he had mindlessly killed 30 men. Take this into consideration, and it may change your view on the whole series altogether.
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if you will check duster clothing you can see that name of its png file is "insertmother3jokehere" which is a nicely hidden reference.
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Is TAC-Bars a worthy explanation to why most Grunts, Agents, Engineers, Soldats and Mags miss the protagonists in most Madness animations ?
Because my M249 would like to complain about how a Soldat usually take 6 bullets (5 of which are misses) to the head to kill.
That and you really get a feel of how frustrating it is to fight against a Madness Protag as a Soldat (Not Agents or Engineer, because you are basically fodder meatshields) due to how hard it is to kill a horde of Soldats, like goddamn it, I can head shots basically anything, but the goddamn soldats are hard to kill.
Good thing Deimos and Sanford destroyed their production facility or otherwise the main heroes would have a big problem dealing with them.
Also to anyone asking how to kill Soldat quickly, just punch them. Which is also why Mag Hank wouldn't have much problems killing Soldats...
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ok so most people probably figured out that the dimension this episode takes place in is very similar if not the same as the one in the deimos adventure series, but the thing is that in that series the dimension is based around his memories and made to torture specifically him it seems, so what does that mean? well, i believe that wherever this episode takes place is the AUDITOR's version of this hell after he is killed by tricky. in the scene near the end where hank is given weapons by the auditor there's a line of text at the bottom right:
see? the auditor wants to purge his hell from tricky's invasion. Why is tricky even invading here though, and how the heck can he send hank and sanford here with him? well i think it's probably because of the way tricky killed the auditor, by being absorbed by him, so now the auditor's hell and tricky are connected somehow. The thing is though, i still can't figure out who the two red things trying to stop tricky are, why the auditor's hell is so baren (maybe it's because the auditor doesn't have many bad memories this place can use to torture him?), or what the beam of light in the auditor's hell is. However, i did make another discovery: the line at the very start of the episode that says about the thorn in reality being infected. I think that the being infected part refers to tricky's invasion, but if that's the case, then that means that the auditor IS the "thorn in reality". Make of that what you will.
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