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How NOT to explode yourself in DayZ 1.21 | Major Fracture Overhaul

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DayZ Video | Posted 1 year ago


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In this video, we dive deep into the intricacies of the new fracture stat, the remarkable reductions in fall damage, effective strategies to reduce bleeds from falls, the newfound significance of codeine and morphine in leg fracture management, and the surprising consequences of storing high explosives in the wrong place in DayZ 1.21.

Bone Stat Guide: https://youtu.be/HhxMwgGNGpE

Hidden Changes in DayZ 1.21: https://youtu.be/CjBzw4u2YMo


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