i remember 2 pages(?) before where con said that suppressed survivors cannot be damaged from the front or sides, and that they were supposed to be downed via melee attacks or flanking.
dont know about melee, but the flanking part is what interested me: how are you supposed to flank if you can attack from the sides?
i think this is how barricades should work: when a gunner-survivor is within ooohh...2? 3? range within a barricade, he can directly attack any survivor behind that barricade. think angles. i cant make any pictures and dont know how to upload pictures from the computer anyway, but basically, the closer the survivor is to the barricade, the higher and closer the gun is over the edge of the barricade, enabling the gunner to shoot over the barricade.
also, you should be able to at least partly attack a survivor behind a barricade. eg: say the front of a barricade is 0 degrees and the rear 180, if a suvivor is within 45 degrees, they wont be able to attack the barricaded survivors, once they pass that 45 degrees angle, they can freely attack the survivors as a flank
EDIT: ggrrreeeaatt new page
Edited by TheRyderShotgun, 04 December 2013 - 03:17 AM.