If you buy ordnances, a number shows how many you have (x0, x1, x2, etc.). Perfect. But then, in your inventory, they're all discrete units. So if you bought 3 radiation kits, then 4 jolt kits, then 2 more radiation kits, then 5 long deployment kits, then 1 medical kit, then 1 turret recharge kit, then 6 more long deployment kit, you have to scroll through 22 discrete units listed in the "order" they were bought, which means that you can end with a loooong series of disorganized items (50+ in my case). It would be neat if the inventory could be organized like the store instead, so that you have only one "long deployment" in the list, for instance, but with a number to show how many you have (right now, this number exists, but it's always x1).
Last Edit: Oct 9, 2017 11:30:33 GMT -5 by Sinocelt
No. I used them. But that was a pain to find one medical kit among a sea of other ordnances I'd purchased. What I mean is that I'd like the ordnances I bought to listed as in the store -- i.e, only one mention per ordnance, with a number to show how many I have (e.g., x12), rather than a dozen copies of the same x1 ordnance. [Edit: You got it.]
I confess to having bought up to 9 radiation kits, flame coats, jolt thingies, etc. I use them all, then I maintain them all (plus several other buffs cast by the soldier, the captain, the paladin, and the engineer) with Long Deployment.
I don't win FAST, but I do WIN.
Only in the last mission (in Brutal) did I fail once, because I was tired and failed to realize I had to make keeping "that paladin" alive a priority. That paladin wasn't one of my veterans, but Nyra. My score tanked from 6.0 million to 4.8 million.
Last Edit: Oct 9, 2017 11:36:29 GMT -5 by Sinocelt