The biggest flaw is the chance of hitting the head. Sure, close range firing will be easier, but chances are, players aren't normally going to aim for the head when the torso is the biggest part of the player. Hitting the biggest part multiple times as opposed to hitting the head once would deal more damage.
Good to see you're still pumping out one sentence ideas and probably won't stop. Yeah, you mentioning call of duty is the ultimate point-of-no-return ticket for us to never take you seriously.
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Yeah, that guy in the avatar is me. I'm *that* strange. It happens. Sometimes people act like that. Just go with it. I can offer help with suggestions even before you post them - NOT make your suggestions - but help you with them.
Sweet mother of lord. Is this what the suggestions forum is now? I can't tell what's a joke and what isn't. There has to be things the mods aren't doing. I assume the vague threads rule is still gone otherwise this thread would have been locked? No support because I read "call of duty" in the first post.
As many of the critics are pointing out, the bow doesn't need to be any more powerful. Yes, the game is getting a difficulty spike in the upcoming update, but if the bow becomes any more powerful, people will most likely stop using melee weapons altogether, since bows are getting more powerful, and not less powerful like the other weapons. After all, 15 damage is a huge difference from the usual 8 damage of a Diamond Sword. And just because (Game x) has this, doesn't mean (Game y) should have it as well.