Injuries

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Injuries

Postby 5ean » 17 Jun 2011, 13:57

I realise this is a strange request but, short of making him play with no energy, is there a way to make your player get an injury?

EDIT:
I am wondering if there is a way to edit the game to make your player get injured? I'm playing with my own version of Del Potro and want him to get injured like Juan did in real life. Is there a way I can edit the game file to make this happen and then return it to normal?
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Re: Injuries

Postby Rob4590 » 17 Jun 2011, 18:27

Overtrain him - no rest
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Re: Injuries

Postby manutoo » 19 Jun 2011, 06:23

as Rob4590 said, your only way is to over-train your player till he gets injured.
You can decide what would be his type of injury, though, by editing "Data\Injuring.ini" and putting a very big weight to the injury you want (it's not 100% guarantee, coz it also depends of the length).
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Re: Injuries

Postby petrone_maxi » 21 Jun 2011, 20:32

Manu, there´s a way to make an option to retire before the match?
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Re: Injuries

Postby manutoo » 22 Jun 2011, 06:10

Nope, you have to be injured to retire.
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Re: Injuries

Postby Maxy » 22 Jun 2011, 12:58

I think we need that option. . . :jap:
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Re: Injuries

Postby petrone_maxi » 05 Jul 2011, 17:46

What I find Odd is the kind of Injuries you found.
I´ve never retired from a match for a serious injury; every time is for Blisters! Once my Player had to retire an US Open Final for Blisters!!! (Is not that I want my player to broke a leg, but COME ON!!! YOU CANT RETIRE OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT MATCHS OF YOUR CARREER FOR A BLISTER!!!)
For future updates, there´s a way to make Injuries more realistic?

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Re: Injuries

Postby manutoo » 06 Jul 2011, 05:51

1- Blisters is one of the most common injuries when you're careful to not overtrain, so you can't get worst injury
2- once you got a type of injury, you have bigger chance to get it again instead of another one (this is often how it happens in real life ; pro players get an injury, and never really 100% heal from it and they get it again & again)
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Re: Injuries

Postby Rob4590 » 06 Jul 2011, 09:13

FOr a future update, I think injuries during matches could be improved and split into maybe 3 categories:

1) Serious injuries - they would work like the current injuries do - ie you have to retire from the match immediately. These injuries should be a minimum of 1 week in length
2) Playable - but potentially bad - these injuries give you a choice of whether to play on or not. If you stop play, they are likely to be short injuries - say a maximum of 1-2 weeks out. If you decide to continue play, you have your skills reduced for the rest of the match by 10-20%, and also a chance of that injury turning serious after the match (min 2 weeks out). There is also a chance that you suffer no ill effects after the match and so can continue for the event - this would be similar to the Nadal inury at Wimbledon, where it could have been really bad - but turned out ok.
3) Minor - these injuries (like blisters) don't really require you to retire - but it should be an option. If you choose to continue play, you lose maybe 1-5% skills for that match, if you choose to retire, then they are like the current 1 day injuries.

Yes - this system would mean stopping the match in the middle to ask the user if he wanted to retire - and giving him an idea as to the severity of the injury - but that gives the player a better experience. In the above poster's example, you would simply continue play with the blisters giving you a very small handicap, while in the Nadal situation, it would give you a bigger handicap and potential long term damage - but at least you get the CHOICE whether to risk that.
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Re: Injuries

Postby petrone_maxi » 11 Jul 2011, 18:00

Agree with Rob (And actually kind of like the idea).
Sometimes its really frustrating that your player retires in the 5th set of Grand Slam final for something like that.
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Re: Injuries

Postby Ayoub rima » 11 Jul 2011, 21:28

No we didn't need this option when my player be injurie i will Retire. ex: i play tournament and i need just 1 game to win the match and my player be injurie lol should to give up No No No We didn't need this options
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Re: Injuries

Postby petrone_maxi » 13 Jul 2011, 18:41

Ayoub rima wrote:No we didn't need this option when my player be injurie i will Retire. ex: i play tournament and i need just 1 game to win the match and my player be injurie lol should to give up No No No We didn't need this options


I think we do need it, because it depends of the serious of the injury.
For example, If you need one more Game in a Grand Slam Final and you brooke your knee, then yes; you should retire the match.
But if your player gets a minor injury like blisters or gastric problems its a pain in the ass to retire!
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