...but I just watched two do it? Does the timer have to be going off? Did they fix it? Also I used Bubba's chainsaw on a snowman and it was ineffective so I guess they "fixed" that too.
Needs to be active.
Oh. Well, there went my plan.
It used to be the case that traps were automatically activated once placed after last gen was done. But that’s not the case anymore. Reverse bear traps have no use anymore if last gen was done.
also for bubba, the chainsaw apparently only destroys the snowman and you gotta hit the survivor again, which you can do with chainsaw sweeps.
Ya dont bother trapping anyone after gens are done
Aw damn see I had the perfect plan. All gens wer done and then they were trapped with no time to find the right trap to escape! Mwhahaha...it failed.
As for Bubba, I don't know why I just assumed I would take them down in the snowman but it didn't work like that so I figured they must have "fixed" it.
That was changed due to EGC being added to the game, pretty much killing off her endgame potential.
They also can yeet on out through the hatch, active trap or not.
Ah, well it's good to know that now rather than later.
I remember when a active trapped survivor jumped through hatch on me for the first time.....I was so salty even made a forum thread (which I rarely do). I was so upset but it would be really rough if it was any other way. Even though they can't be activated @Pizzasauce still place a trap in end game....No reason to through away 500 BP each and you never know might trap a survivor who does not know about the trap rules and regulations.
Thats a good point. Too bad this particular Claudette and Meg were well aware haha.
And I would've been super salty too!
Back when End Game Piggy was strong that survivor whined and got her traps nerfed to it's current state
nope, it was changed specifically when EGC was introduced to the game, nothing to do with any complaints etc.
I'm skeptical that completely has nothing to do about complains t since you know the years of history when it comes to Nerfs speaks for itself.