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Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by kukelekuuk, Jun 18, 2011.
is it possible to have health regeneration in town?
if so can we have health regen in towns?
I like this. Maybe if each town has their own hospital or something.
+1 For hospital Idea <3
Perhaps the could work with something like half a heart every minute so it isn't abused.
how can it be abused?
hospital is a good idea
What about somethin like this, but it probobly wont be possible :3
Mayors can use a command on beds called somethin like "/healthbed" And punch it, then anybody who sleeps on that bed (Which you can durin day time) Gets there health to max :]
You can't sleep in beds during the day though D:
Could just make a hospital, and then have Andrew put a health sign or two (Maybe one per room like he has?) and use them when you need them <_<
The Mayors could open and close the hospitals whenever they want, so it isn't always open if you're worried about someone abusing health or something...
im wondring why andy didnt answer and talk about economy again ? xD
btw , Good idea
[I believe this is still relevant]
Is it possible for this suggestion to still happen?
The only problem I can see with this would be afk training possibly.
Can't you apply for a heal sign?
You can @priMELval.
But this suggestion was suggesting that a certain town feature be added that would allow health regeneration similar to that of hunger I believe?
However because that heal signs and the /feed donation it is probably not needed.
Meh, how about beacons. (Jk, I know they won't be added)
I don't really want people coming into my town to heal themselves. But if its limitable, sure.
This was suggested about 4 years ago so it is doubtful it will ever be implemented - and what is wrong with the heal signs?
So we have a hunger regen currently? I have never seen that option but would love to have it for my town.
Holy necro. Heal signs do the job just fine.
I'll go lock this thread now.. (seriously? a 4 year old necro? how do you even come across this thread?)