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The revenge system is used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain as a game mechanic that adjusts difficulty based on various aspects of the player's methods of infiltrating outposts. When the level of a revenge category is increased it increases difficulty by adding better gear to a certain percentage of spawned AI. Some common examples of this include soldiers wearing helmets if the player has been neutralizing them through headshots and wearing night-vision goggles if the player has been repeatedly caught infiltrating at night, multiple sorties in a row.

Levels of revenge categories can be decreased by completing a mission without doing anything that would increase the levels; a common method of this being completing a mission while wearing the chicken hat or by doing a mission during the day without eliminating guards. As exceptions to this rule, the enemy's response to player actions taken during stealth and combat alerts will always be high in one category and low in the other, or if the player stops eliminating guards then levels of both categories will reach level 2 or below after several missions. The player can intentionally raise the enemy preparedness in most categories by deploying to free roam and hitting enough triggers to go up one rank since free roam does not have point decay on returning to the ACC; though free roam actions do not affect covert action and combat preparedness.

Displayed revenge categories

One level represents one hundred revenge points (RP) earned for that category. The level of each revenge category is not relayed to the player in detail but is instead shown in a way that it can be approximated. There are icons that represent each category on the iDroid map and these are colored in depending on how prepared an enemy is in each category. Transparency represents no preparedness outside of scripted instances within missions and side ops, white represents little preparedness, dark red represents high preparedness and colors in between white and red are somewhere in the middle.

Levels of enemy preparedness are capped at certain amounts until scripted points in the game are reached.

  • Before completing mission 6 - "Where do the Bees Sleep"
    • Max first level
  • Before completing mission 12 - "Hellbound"
    • Max second level
  • Before completing mission 18 - "Blood Runs Deep"
    • Max third level
  • Before completing mission 23 - "The White Mamba"
    • Max fourth level
  • Before completing mission 30 - "Skull Face"
    • Max fifth level
  • After completing mission 30 - "Skull Face"
    • Max sixth level[1]




Fulton response

Icon PrepFulton1 tpp

Category level interval: 0,1,2,2,3,3

  • 0
    • Low Fulton response
      • Determines aspects of AI behavior towards seeing balloons
  • 1
    • Default Fulton response
  • 2
    • High Fulton response
  • 3


Trigger:

  • Enemy spotted a comrade being fultoned (+15 RP)[5]


Decay on mission completion:

  • (-10 RP)




Headshot response

Icon PrepHelmet1 tpp

Category level interval: 0,1,2,3,5,7

  • 0
    • Will not be wearing helmets
  • 1
    • 10% will wear helmets
  • 2
    • 20% will wear helmets
  • 3
    • 30% will wear helmets
  • 5
    • 50% will wear helmets
  • 7
    • 70% will wear helmets[3]


Trigger:

  • Player eliminates a soldier via headshot (+5 RP)[5]
    • Includes thrown items and also triggers for shooting soldiers that are being held up.


Decay on mission completion:




Covert actions response

Icon PrepStealth1 tpp

Category level interval: 0,1,2,3,4,5

  • 0
    • No security devices
    • Low stealth preparedness
      • Soldier cure and speed abilities
      • Soldier notice and reflex abilities
    • Low holdup resistance
  • 1
  • 2
    • Decoys deployed
    • Default holdup resistance
  • 3 (pink icon)
    • Mines deployed
    • High stealth preparedness
  • 4
    • Decoys actively move
    • Gun cameras replace surveillance cameras (certain missions only)
    • High holdup resistance
  • 5
    • Special stealth preparedness[3][4]


Triggers (N/A to free roam):

  • Player eliminated a guard during a stealth phase (+5 RP)
    • Stealth phase meaning the guard was not suspicious.
    • Does not include holdups
  • Player captured a guard post or outpost during a stealth phase (+15 RP)[5]
  • Player completed a mission with more stealth phase elimination points than for combat alert
    • Levels 0-3 (+5 RP)
    • Level 4 (+25 RP)
    • Level 5 (0 RP)


Decay on mission completion:

  • Player completed a mission with more combat alert elimination points than for stealth phases
    • Levels 0 & 1 (-20 RP)
    • Level 2 (-25 RP)
    • Level 3 (-30 RP)
    • Level 4 (-75 RP)
    • Level 5 (-100 RP)
  • Player completed a mission with equal combat alert and stealth phase elimination points
    • Levels 0-2 (0 RP)
    • Level 3 (-20 RP)
    • Level 4 (-50 RP)
    • Level 5 (-60 RP)[2]




Combat response

Icon PrepCombat1 tpp

Category level interval: 0,1,2,3,4,5

  • 0
    • Low combat preparedness
      • Soldier shoot, reload and grenade abilities
      • Soldier HP and speed abilities
    • Default equipment
  • 1
    • Default combat preparedness
    • 25% wear vest body armor
    • Short-range guard type
      • Shotgun ≤ grade 2
    • Mid-range guard type
      • Machine gun ≤ grade 2
  • 2
    • 50% wear vest body armor
    • Shield ≤ grade 1
  • 3 (pink icon)
    • High combat preparedness
    • 75% wear vest body armor
    • Close-range guard type change
      • Strong shotgun ≤ grade 2
    • Mid-range guard type change
      • Strong machine gun ≤ grade 2
    • Armor ≤ grade 1
    • Vehicle reinforcements (missions 03 & 35 only)
      • Can be called in once
      • Standard armored vehicles and helicopters
  • 4
    • 100% wear vest body armor
    • Short-range guard type change
      • Strong shotgun ≤ grade 4
    • Mid-range guard type change
      • Strong machine gun ≤ grade 4
    • Shield ≤ grade 2
    • Armor ≤ grade 2
    • Vehicle reinforcements can be called in twice (missions 03 & 35 only)
  • 5
    • Special combat preparedness
    • Armor ≤ grade 4
    • Shield ≤ grade 4
    • Vehicle reinforcements can be called in three times (missions 03 & 35 only)
      • Chance of black (high stat) vehicles[4][3]


Triggers (N/A during free roam):

  • Player eliminated an enemy during a combat phase (+5 RP)
  • Combat phase meaning any phase higher than suspicion, such as when being shot at.
  • Player captured a guard post or outpost during a combat phase (+15 RP)[5]
  • Player completed a mission with more combat phase elimination points than for stealth phase.
    • Levels 0-3 (+5 RP)
    • Level 4 (+25 RP)
    • Level 5 (0 RP)


Decay on mission completion:

  • Player completed a mission with more stealth phase elimination points than for combat alert
    • Levels 0 & 1 (-20 RP)
    • Level 2 (-25 RP)
    • Level 3 (-30 RP)
    • Level 4 (-75 RP)
    • Level 5 (-100 RP)
  • Player completed a mission with equal combat alert and stealth phase elimination points
    • Levels 0-2 (0 RP)
    • Level 3 (-20 RP)
    • Level 4 (-50 RP)
    • Level 5 (-60 RP)[2]




Nighttime response

Icon PrepNight1 tpp

The subcategories of this response determine what nighttime equipment the AI will spawn with.

Gun lights

Guards will have weapon-mounted lights if the player continually eliminates them at night. This results in them severely limiting the player's vision and camo index during nighttime combat. They will also use their gun lights instead of their flashlight when investigating outside of a post's default low alert state. Regardless of this subcategory's level, they will always be able to use flashlights to check suspicious activity.

Category level interval: 0,1,1,1,1,1

  • 0
    • Will not have gun lights
  • 1
    • 75% have gun lights[3]


Trigger:

  • Player eliminated a guard at night (+10 RP)[5]


Decay on mission completion:

  • Level 0 (-10 RP)
  • Level 1 (-50 RP)[2]
Night-vision goggles

Category level interval 0,1,1,2,3,3

  • 0
    • Will not wear NVGs
  • 1
    • 25% will wear NVGs
  • 2
    • 50% will wear NVGs
  • 3
    • 75% will wear NVGs[3]


Trigger:

  • Player was discovered at night (+15 RP)[5]


Decay on mission completion:

  • Level 0 (-10 RP)
  • Levels 1-3 (-50 RP)[2]




Sniper response

Icon PrepSnipe1 tpp

Category level interval: 0,1,1,2,2,2

  • 0
    • Guard type will not appear
  • 1
    • Long-range guard type
      • Sniper rifle ≤ grade 2
  • 2
    • Long-range guard type change
      • Strong sniper rifle ≤ grade 2[3]


Trigger:

  • Enemy believes they are under sniper fire (+30)[5]
    • This isn't limited to sniper rifles, and generally occurs when the player shoots one bullet from mid to long-range.


Decay on mission completion:

  • Level 0 (-10 RP)
  • Levels 1 & 2 (-50 RP)[2]




Hidden revenge categories

Vehicle response

Category level interval: 0,1,1,2,3,3

  • 0
    • Will not carry missiles
  • 1
    • Missiles ≤ grade 2
  • 2
    • Strong missiles ≤ grade 2
  • 3
    • Strong missiles ≤ grade 4[3]


Triggers:

  • Enemy was killed by the player's helicopter (+10 RP)
    • Likely includes player manning the minigun
  • Player killed a soldier with a vehicle (+10 RP)
    • By impacting or shooting with ground vehicles or D-Walker[5][6]


Decay on mission completion:

  • Level 0 (-10 RP)
  • Levels 1-3 (-50 RP)[2]




Tranquilizer response

The difference between strong and default tranquilizer notice is not clearly defined within the game or its files, however it appears to be the factor in whether a soldier calls for an alert when discovering a tranquilized comrade. When at level zero a lone soldier discovering a single "ZZZ" guard tends to remark about the sleeping guard's laziness and will wake them without informing CP. Whereas in the same scenario at level one, an alert is usually called. Exceptions to this may be when a soldier sees multiple neutralized guards or witnesses a guard passing out.

Category level interval: 0,1,1,1,1,1

  • 0
    • Default tranquilizer notice
  • 1
    • Strong tranquilizer notice[3]


Trigger:

  • Enemy woke a comrade whom the player had tranquilized (+5 RP)[5]


Decay on mission completion:




Smoke/gas response

Category level interval: 0,1,1,2,3,3

  • 0
    • Will not wear gas masks
  • 1
    • 25% will wear gas masks
  • 2
    • 50% will wear gas masks
  • 3
    • 75% will wear gas masks[3]


Triggers:

  • Enemy witnessed smoke occurring (+15 RP)
  • Player affected an enemy with smoke/gas (+15 RP)[5]
    • Includes smoke, gas and flares of player origin.[7]


Decay on mission completion:

  • Level 0 (-10 RP)
  • Levels 1-3 (-50 RP)[2]

Missions

The following sorties ignore the player's current levels of enemy preparedness and does not apply trigger points generated during them:

  • Prologue - "Awakening"
  • Mission 02 - "Diamond Dogs"
  • Mission 11 - "Cloaked in Silence"
  • Mission 23 - "The White Mamba"
  • Mission 29 - "Metallic Archaea"
  • Mission 31 - "Sahalanthropus"
  • Mission 40 - "[Extreme] Cloaked in Silence"
  • Mission 42 - "[Extreme] Metallic Archaea"
  • Mission 43 - "Shining Lights, Even in Death"
  • Mission 46 - "Truth - The Man Who Sold the World"
  • Free Roam - Mother Base
  • FOB

Dispatch missions do not affect the difficult versions of missions. Those being the ones prefixed by:

  • [Subsistence]
  • [Extreme]
  • [Total Stealth]

Dispatch missions against the effects of covert action and combat preparedness do not apply to these sorties:

  • Free Roam - Afghanistan
  • Free Roam - Middle Africa
  • Free Roam - Mother Base
  • Free Roam - Mother Base Animal Platform

The vehicle reinforcement function of Combat Preparedness only applies to two sorties:

  • Mission 03 - "A Hero's Way"
  • Mission 35 - "Cursed Legacy"[8]

Decay

In general the enemy's level of preparedness drops by 50 points (half a level) each time a mission is completed and 10 points when at a category's lowest level. The max that a level appears to be able to move is one rank, regardless of the amount of trigger actions that a player performs. Wearing the Chicken Hat will drop points by 100 on mission completion. Free roam actions increase most category levels but do not reduce them. Covert action and combat responses are handled differently from the rest of the revenge system. They will drop by 50 points at level 5, 25 points at level 4 and 20 points at levels 0-3 only after completing a mission. However, they also gain or lose points depending on how a mission is finished. If a mission is completed without eliminating enemies then both categories will have their point values slowly changed over the course of many missions to a point where they both stay at level 2 or below.

On mission completion:

  • Mostly stealth points in mission (vice versa for combat)
    • Covert actions : lvl 0-3 (+5 RP), lvl 4 (+25 RP), lvl 5 (0 RP)
    • Combat: lvl 0-1 (-20 RP), lvl 2 (-25 RP), lvl 3 (-30 RP), lvl 4 (-75 RP), lvl 5 (-100 RP)
  • Tie of points in mission
    • Both: lvl 0-2 (+0 RP), lvl 3 (-20 RP), lvl 4 (-50 RP), lvl 5 (-60 RP)[2]

There is also some additional math involved in the game file TppRevenge.lua that indicates there is a little more to the decay system than this.[9]

A workaround strategy to reduce high combat/stealth tendencies is to complete easy missions with the Chicken Hat without eliminating any guards. "C2W" is an example of such a mission. The landing zone for mission deployment should be set for the objectives' outpost so that the player can simply destroy the communications equipment with the minigun, after which the helicopter will fly them out of the hot zone. Once both categories are low and appear to have stagnated on level reduction, the previous strategy is repeated but one guard is eliminated during a stealth phase. Then it is repeated again but instead the guard is eliminated during a combat alert. After alternating between the two single neutralization methods for several missions the categories will be at level zero again.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    function e.GetRevengeLvLimitRank()
    	local e=gvars.str_storySequence
    	if e<TppDefine.STORY_SEQUENCE.CLEARD_FIND_THE_SECRET_WEAPON then
    		return 1
    	elseif e<TppDefine.STORY_SEQUENCE.CLEARD_RESCUE_HUEY then
    		return 2
    	elseif e<TppDefine.STORY_SEQUENCE.CLEARD_ELIMINATE_THE_POWS then
    		return 3
    	elseif e<TppDefine.STORY_SEQUENCE.CLEARD_WHITE_MAMBA then
    		return 4
    	elseif e<TppDefine.STORY_SEQUENCE.CLEARD_OKB_ZERO then
    		return 5
    	else
    		return 6
    	end
    	return 6
    end
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    e.REVENGE_LV_MAX={
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.STEALTH]={0,1,2,3,4,5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_S]={0,1,1,2,3,3},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.COMBAT]={0,1,2,3,4,5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_C]={0,1,1,1,1,1},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.LONG_RANGE]={0,1,1,2,2,2},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.VEHICLE]={0,1,1,2,3,3},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.HEAD_SHOT]={0,1,2,3,5,7},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.TRANQ]={0,1,1,1,1,1},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.FULTON]={0,1,2,2,3,3},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.SMOKE]={0,1,1,2,3,3},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH]={9,9,9,9,9,9},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT]={9,9,9,9,9,9}}
    e.REVENGE_POINT_OVER_MARGINE=100-1
    e.REVENGE_POINT_PER_LV=100
    e.REDUCE_REVENGE_POINT=10
    e.REDUCE_TENDENCY_POINT_TABLE={
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.STEALTH]={-20,-20,-20,-20,-25,-50},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.COMBAT]={-20,-20,-20,-20,-25,-50}}
    e.REDUCE_POINT_TABLE={
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_S]={-10,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_C]={-10,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.SMOKE]={-10,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.LONG_RANGE]={-10,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50},
    	[e.REVENGE_TYPE.VEHICLE]={-10,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50,-50}}
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File: TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    e.revengeDefine={
    	HARD_MISSION={IGNORE_BLOCKED=true},
    _ENABLE_CAMERA_LV=1,
    _ENABLE_DECOY_LV=2,
    _ENABLE_MINE_LV=3,
    STEALTH_0={
    	STEALTH_LOW=true,
    	HOLDUP_LOW=true},
    STEALTH_1={
    	CAMERA="100%",
    	HOLDUP_LOW=true},
    STEALTH_2={
    	DECOY="100%",
    	CAMERA="100%"},
    STEALTH_3={
    	DECOY="100%",
    	MINE="100%",
    	CAMERA="100%",
    	STEALTH_HIGH=true},
    STEALTH_4={
    	DECOY="100%",
    	MINE="100%",
    	CAMERA="100%",
    	STEALTH_HIGH=true,
    	HOLDUP_HIGH=true,
    	ACTIVE_DECOY=true,
    	GUN_CAMERA=true},
    STEALTH_5={
    	DECOY="100%",
    	MINE="100%",
    	CAMERA="100%",
    	STEALTH_SPECIAL=true,
    	HOLDUP_HIGH=true,
    	ACTIVE_DECOY=true,
    	GUN_CAMERA=true},
    NIGHT_S_1={
    	NVG="25%"},
    NIGHT_S_2={
    	NVG="50%"},
    NIGHT_S_3={
    	NVG="75%"},
    _ENABLE_SOFT_ARMOR_LV=1,
    _ENABLE_SHOTGUN_LV=1,
    _ENABLE_MG_LV=1,
    _ENABLE_SHIELD_LV=2,
    _ENABLE_ARMOR_LV=3,
    COMBAT_0={
    	COMBAT_LOW=true},
    COMBAT_1={
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="25%",SHOTGUN=2},
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="25%",MG=2}},
    COMBAT_2={
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="50%",SHOTGUN=2,SHIELD=1},
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="50%",MG=2,SHIELD=1}},
    COMBAT_3={
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="75%",SHOTGUN=2,SHIELD=1,ARMOR=1,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_HIGH=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true},
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="75%",MG=2,SHIELD=1,ARMOR=1,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_HIGH=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true}},
    COMBAT_4={
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="100%",SHOTGUN=4,SHIELD=2,ARMOR=2,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_HIGH=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true,REINFORCE_COUNT=2},
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="100%",MG=4,SHIELD=2,ARMOR=2,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_HIGH=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true,REINFORCE_COUNT=2}},
    COMBAT_5={
    	{SOFT_ARMOR="100%",SHOTGUN=4,SHIELD=4,ARMOR=4,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_SPECIAL=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true,BLACK_SUPER_REINFORCE=true,REINFORCE_COUNT=3},
    {	SOFT_ARMOR="100%",MG=4,SHIELD=4,ARMOR=4,STRONG_WEAPON=true,COMBAT_SPECIAL=true,SUPER_REINFORCE=true,BLACK_SUPER_REINFORCE=true,REINFORCE_COUNT=3}},
    NIGHT_C_1={
    	GUN_LIGHT="75%"},
    LONG_RANGE_1={
    	SNIPER=2},
    LONG_RANGE_2={
    	SNIPER=2,
    	STRONG_SNIPER=true},
    VEHICLE_1={
    	MISSILE=2},
    VEHICLE_2={
    	MISSILE=2,
    	STRONG_MISSILE=true},
    VEHICLE_3={
    	MISSILE=4,
    	STRONG_MISSILE=true},
    HEAD_SHOT_1={
    	HELMET="10%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_2={
    	HELMET="20%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_3={
    	HELMET="30%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_4={
    	HELMET="40%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_5={
    	HELMET="50%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_6={
    	HELMET="60%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_7={
    	HELMET="70%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_8={
    	HELMET="80%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_9={
    	HELMET="90%"},
    HEAD_SHOT_10={
    	HELMET="100%"},
    TRANQ_1={
    	STRONG_NOTICE_TRANQ=true},
    FULTON_0={
    	FULTON_LOW=true},
    FULTON_1={
    	},
    FULTON_2={
    	FULTON_HIGH=true},
    FULTON_3={
    	FULTON_SPECIAL=true},
    SMOKE_1={
    	GAS_MASK="25%"},
    SMOKE_2={
    	GAS_MASK="50%"},
    SMOKE_3={
    	GAS_MASK="75%"},
  4. ^ a b c Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    for n,e in ipairs(t)do
    	local t=o[n]TppEnemy.ApplyPowerSetting(t,e)
    	if i[t]==nil then
    		local n={}
    		do
    			local E
    			if e.STEALTH_SPECIAL then
    				E="sp"
    			elseif e.STEALTH_HIGH then
    				E="high"
    			elseif e.STEALTH_LOW then
    				E="low"
    			end
    			n.notice=E
    			n.cure=E
    			n.reflex=E
    		end
    		do
    			local E
    			if e.COMBAT_SPECIAL then
    				E="sp"
    			elseif e.COMBAT_HIGH then
    				E="high"
    			elseif e.COMBAT_LOW then
    				E="low"
    			end
    			n.shot=E
    			n.grenade=E
    			n.reload=E
    			n.hp=E
    		end
    		do
    			local E
    			if e.STEALTH_SPECIAL or e.COMBAT_SPECIAL then
    				E="sp"
    			elseif e.STEALTH_HIGH or e.COMBAT_HIGH then
    				E="high"
    			elseif e.STEALTH_LOW or e.COMBAT_LOW then
    				E="low"
    			end
    			n.speed=E
    		end
    		do
    			local E
    			if e.FULTON_SPECIAL then
    				E="sp"
    			elseif e.FULTON_HIGH then
    				E="high"
    			elseif e.FULTON_LOW then
    				E="low"
    			end
    			n.fulton=E
    		end
    		do
    			local E
    			if e.HOLDUP_SPECIAL then
    				E="sp"
    			elseif e.HOLDUP_HIGH then
    				E="high"
    			elseif e.HOLDUP_LOW then
    				E="low"
    			end
    			n.holdup=E
    		end
    		TppEnemy.ApplyPersonalAbilitySettings(t,n)
    	end
    end
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    e.REVENGE_POINT_TABLE={
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.HEAD_SHOT]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.HEAD_SHOT]=5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.ELIMINATED_IN_STEALTH]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH]=5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.ELIMINATED_IN_COMBAT]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT]=5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.FULTON]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.FULTON]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.SMOKE]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.SMOKE]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.WATCH_SMOKE]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.SMOKE]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.KILLED_BY_HELI]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.VEHICLE]=10},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.ANNIHILATED_IN_STEALTH]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.ANNIHILATED_IN_COMBAT]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.WAKE_A_COMRADE]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.TRANQ]=5},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.DISCOVERY_AT_NIGHT]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_S]=15},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.ELIMINATED_AT_NIGHT]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.NIGHT_C]=10},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.SNIPED]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.LONG_RANGE]=30},
    	[e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.KILLED_BY_VEHICLE]={
    		[e.REVENGE_TYPE.VEHICLE]=10}}
  6. ^ Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 18, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    function e._OnDead(t,n,i)
    	if a(t)~=TppGameObject.GAME_OBJECT_TYPE_SOLDIER2 then
    		return
    	end
    	local o=(Tpp.IsVehicle(vars.playerVehicleGameObjectId) or Tpp.IsEnemyWalkerGear(vars.playerVehicleGameObjectId)) or Tpp.IsPlayerWalkerGear(vars.playerVehicleGameObjectId)
    	local _=r(attackId)
    	local r=Tpp.IsEnemyWalkerGear(n) or Tpp.IsPlayerWalkerGear(n)
    	local t=(n==GameObject.GetGameObjectIdByIndex("TppPlayer2",PlayerInfo.GetLocalPlayerIndex()))
    	if(r or _) or (t and o) then
    		e.AddRevengePointByTriggerType(e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.KILLED_BY_VEHICLE)
    	end
    	E(i)
    	if a(n)==TppGameObject.GAME_OBJECT_TYPE_HELI2 then
    		e.AddRevengePointByTriggerType(e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.KILLED_BY_HELI)
    	end
    end
  7. ^ Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 18, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    local n=function(e)
    	if((((((((((((e==TppDamage.ATK_Smoke or e==TppDamage.ATK_SmokeOccurred) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepGus) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepGusOccurred) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SupportHeliFlareGrenade) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SupplyFlareGrenade) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepingGusGrenade) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepingGusGrenade_G1) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepingGusGrenade_G2) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SmokeAssist) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SleepGusAssist) or e==TppDamage.ATK_Grenader_Smoke) or e==TppDamage.ATK_Grenader_Sleep) or e==TppDamage.ATK_SmokeGrenade then
    		return true
    	end
    	return false
    end
    
    function e._OnDamage(t,E,r)
    	if a(t)~=TppGameObject.GAME_OBJECT_TYPE_SOLDIER2 then
    		return
    	end
    	if n(E)then
    		e.AddRevengePointByTriggerType(e.REVENGE_TRIGGER_TYPE.SMOKE)
    	end
    end
  8. ^ Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    e.NO_REVENGE_MISSION_LIST={
    	[10010]=true,
    	[10030]=true,
    	[10050]=true,
    	[11050]=true,
    	[10120]=true,
    	[10140]=true,
    	[11140]=true,
    	[10151]=true,
    	[10230]=true,
    	[10240]=true,
    	[10280]=true,
    	[30050]=true,
    	[40010]=true,
    	[40020]=true,
    	[40050]=true,
    	[50050]=true}
    
    e.NO_STEALTH_COMBAT_REVENGE_MISSION_LIST={
    	[30010]=true,
    	[30020]=true,
    	[30050]=true,
    	[30150]=true}
    	
    e.USE_SUPER_REINFORCE_VEHICLE_MISSION={
    	[10036]=true,
    	[11036]=true,
    	[10093]=true}
  9. ^ Kojima Productions (2015). Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Konami. ., (v1.09). July 14, 2016.
    File:TppRevenge.lua (data1.dat)
    function e._ReduceRevengePointStealthCombat()
    	for n,E in pairs(e.REDUCE_TENDENCY_POINT_TABLE) do
    		local t=e.GetRevengePoint(n)
    		local r=e.GetRevengeLv(n)
    		local E=E[r+1]e.SetRevengePoint(n,(t+E))
    	end
    end
    
    function e._ReduceRevengePointOther()
    	local r={[e.REVENGE_TYPE.STEALTH]=true,[e.REVENGE_TYPE.COMBAT]=true,[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH]=true,[e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT]=true}
    	for E=0,e.REVENGE_TYPE.MAX-1 do
    		local a=e.GetRevengePoint(E)
    		local t=e.GetRevengeLv(E)
    		local n=0
    		if r[E]then
    			n=0
    		elseif bit.band(vars.playerPlayFlag,PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP)==PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP then
    			n=100
    		elseif e.REDUCE_POINT_TABLE[E] then
    			n=e.REDUCE_POINT_TABLE[E][t+1]
    			if n==nil then
    				n=50
    			else
    				n=-n
    			end
    		else
    			n=e.REDUCE_REVENGE_POINT*(t+1)
    			if n>50 then
    				n=50
    			end
    		end
    		e.SetRevengePoint(E,a-n)
    	end
    end
    
    function e.ReduceRevengePointOnMissionClear(n)
    	if n==nil then
    		n=TppMission.GetMissionID()
    	end
    	if e.IsNoRevengeMission(n) then
    		return
    	end
    	if bit.band(vars.playerPlayFlag,PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP)==PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP then
    		return
    	end
    	e._ReduceRevengePointOther()
    end
    
    function e._ReduceRevengePointByChickenCap(n)
    	if n==nil then
    		n=TppMission.GetMissionID()
    	end
    	if e.IsNoRevengeMission(n) then
    		return
    	end
    	if bit.band(vars.playerPlayFlag,PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP)==PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP then
    		e._ReduceRevengePointStealthCombat()
    		e._ReduceRevengePointOther()
    	end
    end
    
    function e.ReduceRevengePointOnAbort(e)
    end
    
    function e._GetMissionTendency(n)
    	local n=e.GetRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH)
    	local e=e.GetRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT)
    	if n==0 and e==0 then
    		return "STEALTH"
    	end
    	if e==0 then
    		return "STEALTH"
    	end
    	if n==0 then
    		return "COMBAT"
    	end
    	local t=n-e
    	local r=.3
    	local E=10
    	local e=(n+e)*r
    	if e<E then
    		e=E
    	end
    	local n="DRAW"
    	if t>=e then
    		n="STEALTH"
    	elseif t<=-e then
    		n="COMBAT"
    	end
    	return n
    end
    
    function e.ApplyMissionTendency(n)
    	if n==nil then
    		n=TppMission.GetMissionID()
    	end
    	if(not e.IsNoRevengeMission(n) and not e.IsNoStealthCombatRevengeMission(n)) and bit.band(vars.playerPlayFlag,PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP)~=PlayerPlayFlag.USE_CHICKEN_CAP then
    		local n=e._GetMissionTendency(n)
    		local n=e.MISSION_TENDENCY_POINT_TABLE[n]
    		if n then
    			local E=e.GetRevengeLv(e.REVENGE_TYPE.STEALTH)+1
    			local t=e.GetRevengeLv(e.REVENGE_TYPE.COMBAT)+1
    			if E>#n.STEALTH then
    				E=#n.STEALTH
    			end
    			if t>#n.COMBAT then
    				t=#n.COMBAT
    			end
    			e.AddRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.STEALTH,n.STEALTH[E])
    			e.AddRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.COMBAT,n.COMBAT[t])
    		end
    	end
    	e.SetRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_STEALTH,0)
    	e.SetRevengePoint(e.REVENGE_TYPE.M_COMBAT,0)
    end

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