I just watched Sterling get tackled and stay up and try and play the ball and then the referee says play on and then 30 seconds later mane has the same level of contact gets Liverpool a penalty. WHERE IS THE CONSISTENCY!
In 4, while it did give some mediocre defense, it didn’t completely block rads from water. Not having that was honestly extremely frustrating, and meant that underwater exploration would still mean resource expenditure.
Here, they’ve ensured that it will never let you take rads in water and stops all diseases, and removed the damage resistance (which is fine, since almost nothing can damage you in water in a meaningful way). Good job, Bethesda, they learned.
Edit: I forgot - they also gave it sounds, which is cool.
Edit 2: In case you missed the suit, here’s a poor man’s version that provides the same effects in water: marine wetsuit + aquaperson
Edit 3: I have gotten confirmation on a suspicion of mine - the diving suit is in fact a hazmat suit, so you can show up to a nuke zone in the most bizarre outfit possible. However, it seems you do take rads in toxic water, so... They probably should patch that.
Inspired by a comment I made on u/willwuotila's post asking for how to get into Oh Sees, I wanted to make something a bit more comprehensive, especially in the "main albums" department.
Table of Contents:
For the very first baby steps, I suggest going with the Oh Sees Sampler, a playlist made by John Dwyer that takes one song from each album* to give an overview of the band: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/26LyqDL2Ouu00kZ9UWp8b1?si=Vg2VkFJRRqiFXYYOgNyOpA
* the sampler excludes albums under the name OCS and The Ohsees, and the 2 albums that came out after the sampler was made, Protean Threat and Metamorphosed.
Going deeper into each album, I'll give a brief explanation and some song recommendatio... keep reading on reddit ➡