I'm also curious about how protection is applied. After logging off at home. I came to work this morning and found I had 3 raid reports. According to the wiki:
"Additional raids can be launched against the same compound, but it will be placed under free protection should it be raided too often (4 hours when 30% of survivors are injured during a raid, 16 hours for 2 attacks in 23 hours)"
- Do both attacks have to injure 30% or more of survivors to gain the 16 hours protection?
- Is the % of survivors injured based on the total number of defenders that were present or the total number of surviors?
3 raid reports per day is very common for me. When i raiding i usually receive 5~8 raid reports per night.
I'm guessing the OP had a bounty. Protection is capped at 4hrs when you have a bounty.
As for the untriggered traps, the raider must have used grenades to get past them.
Yes you are right i had a bounty that day.
I thought those traps deactivated by grenades already consider as broken and the player need to repair them.
On your second report screen shot it shows one triggered that you pointed out and second there were two disarmed. not sure how many you have around the generator that would trigger with someone moving to it.
on your long rifles. are they max range? If the raider can out range you you get suppressed run the raiders in and as was said grenade you.
most of my long rifles effective range are around 35~36 (m24 + glasses) and my survivors are divided into two side. So i don't think they can suppress all my survivors at the same time.