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Loot


Loot se refiere a cualquier articulo que puede ser encontrado, creado o cosechado y usado por un sobreviviente. Estos articulos se pueden encontrar en casi todos los edificios en los que se puede entrar (ej. casas, hospitales, graneros), dentro y alrededor de varios coches abandonados, y en las inmediaciones de los eventos dinamicos tales como accidentes de helicopteros y/o autos de policia. Tambien pueden ser obtenidos desde otros jugadores y encontrados en los cuerpos de los infectados muertos. Ademas de los articulos que se generan individualmente en el mapa, estos tambien se pueden encontrar dentro de ropa y mochilas y los accesorios de armas pueden generarse aleatoriamente dentro de las armas.

Tipos de Articulos[ | ]

Para mejorar la organizacion de los más de 900 articulos que hay en DayZ Standalone, cada articulo ha sido ordenado en cuatro categorias primarias de botin basadas en el tipo de articulo que es. Las categorias son: Equipamiento, Comida y Bebestibles, Recursos y Armas, ademas pueden ser divididos en subcategorias.

Debajo existe una breve descripcion de cada categoria primaria y los tipos de botin que contienen.

Equipamiento[ | ]

 Articulo Principal: Equipamiento

Equipamiento, la categoria de botin más extensa de las cuatro primarias en DayZ, contempla cualquier articulo o herramienta que puede ser desgastada y usada para una proposito en especifico. Dado que el equipamiento cubre una gran variedad de tipos de articulos, usos y consumibilidad. Siendo una categoria tan grande y amplia, el equipamiento es dividido en varias subcategorias más pequeñas, las cuales pueden tener sus propias subcategorias, basadas en el uso del articulo principal.



Elaboración de Base


Ropa


Comunicación


Elaboración


Horticultura


Fuentes de Luz


Articulos Medicos


Almacenamiento


Fuentes de Poder


Equipo de protección


Kits de reparación


Supervivencia


Herramientas


Partes de Carros


Miscelaneo


Comida & Bebestibles[ | ]

 Main Article: Comida & Bebestibles

Comida & Bebestibles, una de las cuatro categorias primarias de botin en DayZ, contempla cualquier articulo o liquido que puede ser consumido por un superviviente para sustento. Usado para reponer la energia y la Hidratación.









Recursos[ | ]

 Main Article: Recursos

Recursos, una de las cuatro categorias primarias de botin en DayZ, coontempla cualquier articulo o material cuyo principal proposito es ya sea en la creación de otro objeto o como una fuente de combustible. Adicionalmente, los recursos no se generan como los articulos normales. Estos deben ser cosechados o recolectados desde el Entorno, vegetación, fauna silvestre o en locaciones especificas alrededor de Chernarus.





Armas[ | ]

 Main Article: Armas

Armas, una de las cuatro categorias primarias de botin en DayZ, contempla cualquier articulo manejable que un jugador puede usar para herir o matar la fauna silvestre, los infectados o incluso otros Supervivientes. Las Armas ademas incluyen munición, Accesorios y Cargadores usados con armas de fuego o otras armas de rango.








Estadisticas de los Articulos[ | ]

  Main Article: Estadisticas de los Articulos

Las estadisticas de los articulos se refieren en particular a caracteristicas o atributos que un articulo u objeto tiene. Todos los articulos, coches, objetos y structuras en DayZ tienen un conjunto de estadisticas. A pesar de que hay docenas de estadisticas que un articulo u objeto puede tener, no todos los articulos u objetos pueden tener esa estadistica en particular.

A continuación se encuentra una lista de estadisticas comunes que se encuentran en casi todos los articulos de DayZ

Estadistica Definición
Absorbencia Cuanta agua puede un articulo absorber. Más bajo el valor, más resistencia al agua (~0) más aprueba de agua será.
Tamaño del Articulo Cuanto espacio el articulo ocupa en el inventario.
Reparable con Si el articulo puede ser reparado, con que objeto se puede reparar.
Peso Cuanto pesa un articulo.


Estado de un Articulo[ | ]

Esta es una medida de integridad en los articulos, Estado del Articulo puede considerarse como la Salud de este. Los articulos al igual que los Supervivientes, tienen 100 de Salud.

Estado Salud
En Buen Estado 100 - 71
Desgastado 70 - 41
Dañado 40 - 21
Muy Dañado 20 - 1
Destrozado 0

El estado de un articulo, generalmente, baja con el uso, pero tambien puede ser dañado en combate. A medida que el estado de un articulo comienza a deteriorarse, su apariencia tambien cambiará, reflejando el estado en el que está. El estado de un articulo puede ser visto cuando se selecciona el articulo en el inventario.

Estados[ | ]

En Buen Estado 100 - 71

Items in this condition will generally appear new or unused. This condition is largely only possible for items found in the world as loot, since repair kits are not able to repair most items beyond worn condition.

Desgastado 70 - 41

Items in this state are visually indistinguishable from items in pristine condition. There is generally little to no impact on the functionality or use of an item in this condition. This is the best condition an item that has been repaired to.

Dañado 40 - 21

When an item is in this condition, it will appear heavily used: looking damaged, cracked and scratched. This condition may have some impact on the functionality or use of the item, causing unintended effects or, occasionally, no effect at all.

Muy Dañado 20 - 1

Well-used items will end up in this condition, which is visually similar to the damaged state. Items in this condition may not be fully functional and frequently fail to work properly. They are on the verge of becoming ruined and, if possible, should be repaired immediately.

Destrozado 0

Once an item has been used or damaged to the point of becoming ruined, it can no longer be repaired at all and is permanently reduced to near-uselessness. Items in this condition are visually similar to damaged and badly damaged, but will also appear to be discolored or darker than those states. They may no longer be usable, or will cease to function entirely.

Repairing[ | ]

  Main Article: Item Repair
  See also: Repair list

In order to combat an item's decline in condition, many items in DayZ can be repaired. Whether the item was found in poor condition, damaged in combat or even damaged from general wear and tear, as long as the item is not Ruined, it can be repaired.

In order to repair an item a Repair Kit is needed. The type of Repair Kit needed to fix an item is based on the type of item it is. In some cases, if no Repair Kit is available, Duct Tape may be used to repair the item as well.

To repair an item, hold the required Repair Kit in your hands and drag the damaged items onto the Repair Kit. Repairing is a Continuous Action, so the player will need to hold down the Use Action button until the Repair Action is complete. The amount of repair done to the item is based on the Repair Kit that was used and is also affected by the Soft Skill System.

Items that are Damaged or Badly Damaged can be repaired up to Worn, but not Pristine. Ruined items are irreparably damaged and can not be fixed.

Repair Kits












Central Loot Economy[ | ]

  Main Article: Central Loot Economy

The Central Loot Economy (often abbreviated "CLE") is DayZ's unique management system for loot spawning and clean-up. It is a complex system of tags, categories, zones, maximums, minimums, averages, and so on. The CLE dictates exactly how many of each item can be present on a single instance of the game at a time (one server), with important factors like randomization and rarity baked in. These values can be adjusted at any time, without requiring players or servers to install a game update.

In addition to controlling how much of each item is present, it also "cleans up" the map by removing items which have become ruined or which have gone untouched for a set amount of time. This function prevents the game from becoming cluttered with useless items, serves players with a continually refreshed pool of available gear, and acts as one method of preventing individual players from having too much influence over the entire server's economy. For more information about how long items stay in place without activity, please see the table below for Persistence.

Loot Spawning[ | ]

  Main Article: Loot Spawning

The first major role of the Central Loot Economy is managing the spawning of loot around Chernarus. In DayZ rather than having random loot spawn at specific locations around the world, the Central Loot Economy manages every item that can spawn, the amount of the item that can spawn and the locations where the item can spawn. In order to select from the over 10,000 potential spawn locations, every item and building in the game has a set of Category and Location tags that the Central Loot Economy uses to determine which items can spawn at what locations. Additionally, some items have a set of Zones, specific areas on the map, in which they are able to spawn, further increasing the variety of loot around Chernarus.

Once an item's location has been detemined, the Central Loot Economy will then randomly determine the condition the item spawns-in with and, if applicable, attachments or additional items that spawn on or within the spawning item itself.

Using these tags, zones, conditions, attachments or items within the item along with some additional item spawning stats, the Central Loot Economy spawns loot in places that make sense while still allowing for a wide variety of locations or "variants" of the item, ensuring that players get a fresh but not completely random experience each time they loot a building.

Persistence[ | ]

  Main Article: Persistence
  See Also: List of Item Cleanup times

The second major role of the Central Loot Economy is commonly refered to as Persistence. When players refer to an item, object or structure as being "Persistent ", what they mean is the item, object or structure does not despawn or move during a server restart and has a very long Item Cleanup time, or the amount of time before an object is despawned by the Central Loot Economy. While Persistence does prevent things like oil barrels and player-made fortifications from despawning, that is only part of what it does. As part of its Persistence System, the Central Loot Economy also manages other "non-persistant" loot that has spawned and performs Item Cleanup where necessary. This aspect of the Persistence System serves to keep fresh loot spawning and prevents the server from getting bogged-down with discarded, ruined or otherwise unused items.

The length of time an item, object or structure is in the world before the Central Loot Economy despawns it, varies based on the object itself. If, at any point, the object is interacted with in any way, its Item Cleanup timer will reset. Essentially, Persistent objects that are regularly used or interacted with will never despawn (assuming they do not become ruined or the server is not wiped).

*Note: Item Cleanup/Persistence time does not apply to anything carried by a player. These items will not despawn.

Items Persistence Time
Oil Barrels, Sea Chests, Wooden Cases 45 Days
Tents 45 Days
Ammo Boxes, Protective Cases 45 Days
Fences, Watchtowers, Wire Mesh Barriers 45 Days
Underground Stashes 45 Days
Battery Chargers, Cable Reels, Generators, Spotlights 7 Days
Car Battery, Truck Battery 12 Hours
Backpacks* 6 Hours
Garden Plot, Garden Plants 6 Hours
All Other Objects 15 Minutes - 4 Hours

* Except Fur Courier Bag and Fur Backpack


Inventory System & Storage[ | ]

Loot can be picked up by pressing the action key (F by default) while looking at it, or from the "Vicinity" window on the left side of the player's inventory screen. From the vicinity window, items can either be dragged and dropped somewhere into the player's inventory or double-clicked to get automatically placed in the first available inventory slot(s). Alternatively, a player can right-click on an item in the vicinity window and select Take or Take to Hands in order to pick it up.

Inventory & UI[ | ]

 Main Article: User Interface

Ingame inventory

An example of a player's Inventory screen

Your Inventory is the screen where you can access and manipulate all of the items on your person and those on the ground in close proximity to you. To view your character's inventory, you need to press the Tab ↹ key by default.

Though this screen is used to display a number of things, when a player refers to their "inventory" what they really mean is the space (or "slots") in which equipment and weapons are stored and kept on a character. The number of inventory slots available for you to use will vary depending on what kind of clothing you are wearing and whether or not you are equipped with a backpack. Different items of clothing will have a differing number of slots depending upon how many pockets they have, for example, and can be arranged in many different ways (6 rows x 2 columns vs. 4 rows x 3 columns for the same number of total slots). Certain pieces of equipment, such as the Chest Holster, can only hold a specific kind of item (in this case, a handgun).

You can also use your Inventory tab to view items on the ground in your vicinity and either pick them up, use them, or use them in crafting. While you are in the Inventory screen you can choose to craft items, eat food or drink beverages, use medical supplies on yourself or others, and manage your supplies. You can also use the Inventory screen to assign items to what is known as the "hotbar" at the bottom of your screen in order to quickly use them with one key press; all you have to do is click and drag an item to the desired slot -- 1 through 10 -- at the bottom of the screen. The number of available slots on your hotbar is determined by the clothing you are wearing; generally speaking, the more slots that a piece of clothing has itself, the more likely it is to contribute additional slots to the hotbar as well.

In addition to being used for the management of your gear, the Inventory screen is also employed to present information about the character you are playing. The center part of this screen displays a zoom-able, full-body view of your character which can also be rotated for a complete review. This is useful for telling, at a glance, what the condition of your clothing is at that moment. Above that and to the right you'll find status indicator icons that represent a multitude of player health conditions such as energy, hydration, temperature, etc.

Sections of Your Inventory Screen

Inventory overvew

Inventory screen sections

  1. Vicinity - Items in a player's vicinity that the player is not carrying. Only displays items in very close proximity to your current position. To pick up an item, click and drag it into your inventory with the left mouse button, or alternatively double-clicking it with the left mouse button will add it to your inventory if there is enough space available.
  2. Character - Visualization of a player's character. Displays which clothes the player is wearing at the moment, as well as status indicator icons related to player health.
  3. Hands - Displays the item that the player is currently holding in their hands. Your view of this item can be rotated by clicking and holding the left mouse button.
  4. Inventory - Items that the player is currently carrying. To rearrange items, click and hold the left mouse button over an item and drag it to another open area of your inventory.
  5. Equipped items - On the top of the fourth panel there are slots where uniforms and other accessories and weapons take place. (0.63)
  6. Attachment Slots - Attachments that are currently equipped to the item being viewed, either in the player's hands or on the ground. Attachments can be detached or reattached by dragging them from the weapon or dragging them on top of it.
  7. Hotbar - Items from the player's inventory can be assigned to each of these slots. Each slot corresponds with a number (1 to 0 from left to right at the top of your keyboard). The number of available slots on your hotbar is determined by the clothing you are wearing, and these slots are not for storage; they are only used for assigning key bindings. Once a hotbar slot is assigned to an item by dragging the item into the slot, the player can put it into their hands slot without entering the inventory screen by pressing the corresponding number key. It can then be put away afterward by pressing the same assigned key again.


Item Size & Weight[ | ]

  See Also: Stamina

Items can be managed and stored in a player's inventory (Tab ↹ by default) or held in their hands. An item's inventory size is represented in rows and columns (e.g. 1x1, 2x3, 4x4) in the inventory screen. Items can be rotated by dragging the item and pressing spacebar.

In addition to size, all items have Weight to them as well. While an item's Weight generally does not change the speed at which a character uses the item (for items that impede movement or actions see: Heavy Items) an item's weight adds to the overall load a survivor is carrying. The more load weight a survivor has, the less maximum Stamina he or she will have available.

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