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    Soulwalker swi7ch's Avatar
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    Default rain destroys immersion :(

    Rain going through the inside of houses - http://i.imgur.com/0zjwdLD.jpg


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    Roof is leaky. ;)

    On a more serious note, i think this is a limitation of the game engine that Trion uses. As well, that is what was said a few years back with the Stonefield buildings, well before dimensions.
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    Looks pretty realistic to me.... I would fire your roofer and find a licensed professional though... or maybe get a few buckets
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    Quote Originally Posted by bctrainers View Post
    Roof is leaky. ;)

    On a more serious note, i think this is a limitation of the game engine that Trion uses. As well, that is what was said a few years back with the Stonefield buildings, well before dimensions.
    Indeed water and Gamebryo don't go well together. Anyone that has ever played Farthammer, will tell you that. That's why I was very alarmed to hear 3.0 will be the Plane of Water.

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    I really hope that they add a 'remove rain from air radius' item for plat+credits like they have the ground clutter removal item now.

    That would be really cool.

    They've gotta have the tools, right? I mean, how did they avoid rain falling in interiors in the first place?

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