Weapons are used to fight the hordes of zombies that have overwhelmed Fairview and probably the rest of the world. Most survivors use these to rid the streets of any zombies they might encounter, although nothing stops them from using the same weapons against fellow survivors.
Anything that takes up one of your three weapon slots is considered a weapon, ranging from simple Pen Knives and Baseball Bats to fully automatic Shotguns, heavy Machine Guns and even High-Explosive (HE) Grenade Launchers.
Note: Most weapon names (not including melee) have been changed to avoid copyright issues. We may gain the names back later on.
Firearms require various types of Ammunition to shoot, while the various Melee Weapons and Chainsaws available obviously don't need ammo to function. Most weapons have certain skill requirements, such as a minimum investment in the appropriate weapon type proficiency and partially some strength requirement as well.
Weapons may be found in the Inner City by looting them in various spots in houses, cars and dead bodies. Most weapons can be traded with other survivors via the Marketplace or found at the Credit Shop, with a few notable exceptions, all of which are listed as "Special Gear". If you manage to loot a weapon, there is a small chance that it will be Master Crafted and grant you extra stat points when equipped.
Higher grade weapons generally use more expensive ammunition, requiring higher skill and weapon proficiency to use them effectively. All of them are only very rarely looted, but this is balanced out by their higher knockback, damage, speed and various other factors which make them far superior in battle than cheap gear.
Like every other type of item, weapons can be scrapped for their material value in cash, if you don't manage to sell unwanted weapons.
You should also know that if you're GM you can find all kinds of weapons in the city center, except special gear thats can found in the dusk shop .If you not is GM only find all the weapons that require level 100 or less, that is GM is better.
In addition to other stats, each weapon has a specific attack/firing speed which determines number of hits/shots it can perform per second.
|Attack/Firing Speed||Hits/Shots per Second|
|Very Slow Attack/Firing Speed||1|
|Slow Attack/Firing Speed||1.5|
|Average Attack/Firing Speed||2|
|Fast Attack/Firing Speed||3|
|Very Fast Attack/Firing Speed||8.57|
|Super Fast Attack/Firing Speed||12|
|F***ing Fast! Attack/Firing Speed||12.24|
Note; With the exception of melee weapons, every ranged weapon in Dead Frontier has had its name changed, due to copyright laws. The real life name of these weapons will be listed in the weapon entry.
|Weapon Accuracy||Reliable Aim onscreen||Perfect Aim onscreen/reliable aim offscreen||Perfect Aim Offscreen|
|Very High Accuracy||40||60||80|
|Very Low/Ultra Low Accuracy||124||N/A||N/A|
|Weapon Critical Hit Chance||Critical Hit Rate X% @ Y Critical Hit Points|
|Very High Critical Chance||Need 80 Critical Hit Points|
|High Critical Chance||Need 112 Critical Hit Points|
|Low Critical Chance||Need 124 Critical Hit Points|
|Very Low Critical Chance||Need 124 Critical Hit Points|
|Very Low Critical Chance (Miniguns)||Need 124 Critical Hit Points|