Ah! My Leg! DarkRP Leg Realism Mod

http://puu.sh/oDXPx/cbd29bff7c.png

Because this addon wasn’t good enough for the stiffs over at scriptfodder… i’m gonna release it here.

About
With this addon you can have players ‘break’ their legs to decrease their movement and run speed. When a player is shot in the legs it will ‘break’ their legs and decrease their speed, this will also happen if the player falls from a height that would give them fall damage. Depending on what you configure it to, players will moan when they are hurt, and a blood overlay will also appear. This addon also adds a splint entity that can fix players legs. This entity is great for medic jobs.

Demo
Check out this video for a demo of the features! [video]https://youtu.be/fh7EnSdf8hE[/video]

Installation
Installation is as easy as dragging and dropping the folder into addons and the editing r_config.lua
If your server does not have FastDL then you must add this workshop: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=677480467

Download

Updates
5/3/2016 - Fixed a bug not including config file.

so its like this but without any arm damage: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=137669824

Yeah

When is the “Ah! hit in the gut!” addon coming?

and the “brb pushing my entrails back in” mod

It’d actually be pretty cool if you did a “shit, my dick plopped outta my pants there” mod

Is there any possibility you could add this in?

Giving this error: Both the git version and workshop version :slight_smile:

Couldn’t include file ‘r_config.lua’ (File not found) (@lua/modules/client/hud.lua (line 1))
Couldn’t include file ‘r_config.lua’ (File not found) (@lua/modules/client/sounds.lua (line 1))

[ERROR] lua/modules/client/sounds.lua:3: bad argument #2 to ‘Create’ (number expected, got nil)

  1. Create - [C]:-1
  2. unknown - lua/modules/client/sounds.lua:3
    3. include - [C]:-1
    4. unknown - lua/autorun/shared.lua:14

Works, fine for me. Did you edit any files?

Haven’t touched them mate

I found the problem. Thanks for letting me know, it’s been fixed.

Download it from YouTube and replace it with the sound he’s using pretty simple

Neat, are you going to make it work with other body parts in the future?

Either way good job.