I've tested out this plugin in a listen server for a bit, and I really like it so far. It's really nice to be able to see some of these weapons back in their golden years like I remember them.
That being said though, I have noticed some inconsistencies in my testing between how the weapons actually functioned in the past vs. how the revert plugin causes them to function. I dunno if Bakugo still checks this thread or works on the plugin or not, but I guess I leave these here just in case they do.
- The Loch & Load used to only have 2 pipes instead of 3. This one's pretty infamous, I remember a lot of people being annoyed that they didn't update the weapon model to account for additional 3rd pipe. The plugin gives it the damage bonus but does not reduce the pipe count.
- The YER (Your Eternal Reward) doesn't disguise when backstabbing another player. That was the entire gimmick of the weapon, and yet it doesn't seem to work in this plugin. I've only had a chance to test this offline on bots, so maybe I'm missing something.
- The Soda Popper works just fine. There is however, a cosmetic inconsistency. It used to get the mini-crit glow on activation, like the Cleaner's Carbine. Would it be possible to bring that back instead of the weird purple glow it has now?
- Darwin's Danger Shield: I'd like to request that this be changed to how it was before Jungle Inferno. Afterburn immunity on sniper is very obnoxious to deal with, and the old version gave a lot more back-and-forth to sniper fights.
- The Panic Attack: I'd like to request that this be changed to when it still had the Beggar's Bazooka mechanics. (Before 2017 Jungle Inferno) The modern iteration of the Panic Attack is very boring, being basically a sidegrade if not straight upgrade from the stock shotgun. The old Panic Attack wasn't necessarily that good, but it was at least fun to use.
- The Diamondback: I'd like to request that this be changed before the December 2013 patch that gave it crits on backstab. I remember this change made a lot of people pretty mad, since Spy was essentially just getting crits for fulfilling his class role. I don't know if I would make use of this revert personally, but it would probably make a lot of people happy.