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- What is VEMF? - VEMF is the Spiritual Successor to DZMS. VEMF Stands for Vampire's Epoch Mission Framework. VEMF is going to be a mission system designed specifically for Arma 3: Epoch. - How is VEMF different from DZMS? - VEMF is being designed to be a Mission Framework. VEMF will be more modular than DZMS allowing anyone to easily create an "Addon" for it. VEMF will not be a "fetch the box" mission system, it will be much much broader; A-B, Multiple Ending, Vehicle Convoys, Vehicle Capture, Manhunts, Investigation/Exploration, and more! VEMF will run entirely on the server side, in a server-side PBO. - When Will it be Done? - VEMF is still a work in progress. The current version is WIP. - Example Videos - - Github - https://github.com/SMVampire/VEMF
Vampire's Vehicle Degradation ------------------------------------------- Are you tired of those perfect drivers who never have to repair their vehicles? Are you tired of the unrealistic effects of vehicles not wearing down with use? Do you think that players need to spend more money to keep their vehicles running? Well then I have a script for you! What is it? This script allows you to configure vehicles to take damage over time while they are in use. You set an amount of time a player must be driving and an amount of damage to give to the vehicle for them driving that amount. You can also configure the locations to damage the vehicle, the type of vehicle, how far they have to have moved in the time limit, and more! Where can I get it? It's available here: https://github.com/SMVampire/Vamp-Vehicle-Degradation What if I have issues? You can post about it here to see if others can help you, or you can open an issue on the github here: https://github.com/SMVampire/Vamp-Vehicle-Degradation/issues Can I alter your code and release it as a different mod and/or combine it with a different mod? This code is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ If you are unsure if your intended use is in violation of my license, please send me a PM.