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After the hype (and proven to be over-hype) of the Santa's Little Helper SMG, the X-MP5 has dropped a lot in price and is currently at the somewhat affordable price tag of 12m. It is currently the first ever of the X-guns to be somewhat affordable for the average player now, and ammo is also pretty cheap if you are capable of establishing an alt bridge from Bunker right to Nastya's Holdout (protip: get an alt at northeast corner of Western Zone, since Holdout also uses that same trade zone)

Given the trend, I would say that the X-MP5 would be a fine addition to the guide in the future.

Also noteworthy is that an enterprising student would have been able to afford the Chimney Sweeper which adheres exactly to the core concept of scientific minimalism, but applied on a higher level, i.e. the bosses previously concluded to be impervious toward scientific minimalism. It offers decently high DPS partially compensating for the drawback of all other shotguns, while maximizing knockback so much that it opens up almost every single boss for feasibility in hunting, all the while retaining the cost-saving nature of shotguns in general.

This all came at the cost of 1,000(1250) credits, 40(42)% that of the vaunted Buckblast's sale price. Sadly it's Limited Edition and is thus subject to further inflation despite its popularity, even though its current price is still much lower than that of the now lower tier X-crafted weapons.

Hello im a returning player after about 6 months and i'd like to ask your opinion about my current predicament: right now im lvl 22 at P13 with a shovel and 80 critical hit and 100 agility , now here's the problem, i found that the dual blades (which is the best melee weapon outside unique or credit shop weapons) is relatively cheap ~150.000 $ and right now i have 28.000 $ here's my question should i save up for the dual blades or try and get a katana or nodachi which are 46.000 and 68.000 respectively. :)

Hello from Cyprus. I am thinking to return to df1 after many years of absence. I want to try the mellee and chainsaw build. Is it viable to endgame content? Also how up to date are the guides on your website? Thanks in advance

This guy is a fucking retard, who calls magazines "clips". This guide is total shit.

I am a humble returning player ;after many years of break to Dead frontier.

I was seeking economic and survivalist builds after the ,could be ,updates when I was absent.

I can tell that your work is satisfying.This is a solid site for Dead frontier.

Thank you very much foır the hard work.

Hi prof raglan, sorry must have been really tired when I saw the values for VSS. However, the nodachi does 107 damage per hit, so it takes 3 hits to kill a 250 hp bone. Sorry if I caused any frustration.

Also, I wanted to show you a spreadsheet I came up with that allows people to optimize weapon synergy. Y'know how each weapon needs a certain level of stats to maximise their effectiveness? e.g. SMGs need 124 crit, revolvers only need 80, etc.

And if you have a build that has synergy, basically the stats are reused for 2 or more weapons. e.g. If I have 124 critical, and I'm running a melee/rifle/SMG build, the critical stat is reused for all of the weapons, making the build very "synergetic".

It confirmed my theory that the revolvers/SMG/GL build is quite stat-efficient too. If you have time, could you check it out? It might be interesting to you.

How to use:
* click on link, go to file, make a copy.
* on your copy, copy paste the values for the 4 stats into the boxes which are blank below.
* The "SP/RP" value is the amount of synergy you get for the total points you spent on the build. The higher, the better.

Also, thank you so much for deciding to do the guide for secronom bunker! In my opinion, the main thing to cover would be what is the minimum equipment required to survive there while making a profit.

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