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I think the most frequent "realism" issue is with characters wearing armor with environmental seals engaged. These environmental seals have to be the most vaguely defined things in the entire book. I've tendered dozens of questions about how they're supposed to work, including:
In most of these cases, we're forced to assume that the environmental protections are some kind of nonsense active force field that blocks some things but not other things.
And beyond that, adventure writers continuously either forget that seals exist, OR decide that their mechanics are allowed to trump seals for no obvious reason. (See: Dead Suns Books 2 and 3, for example)