New survivor: James Carter

TheluckyboiTheluckyboi Member Posts: 228
edited January 5 in Fan creations

Background

James was a good man, ready to do anything for the things he cared, his grandad taught him to be a good person disposed to do anything for others, he grew up to be a doctor and got happily married with Elizabeth, 2 kids came out fruit of their relationship together, life could not have been better for the couple if only tragedy didnt struck the family like a lightning

Elizabeth got killed by a drunken driver and if that wasnt enough for him his daughter quickly fell victim to Measles, most people would be devastated by it... but it only made Carter stronger, he took perfect care of his now only child and kept treating patients as usual, never letting himself down and keeping the memory of his wife and daughter fondly.

War came and he was one of the first ones to serve, he left his son with his dad as he had to leave for Vietnam, he quickly gained a lot of respect as an incredibly courageous field medic that saved lots of soldiers from certain death, he was condecorated for his acts and was given the chance to retire in multiple ocassions, but he refused, he had found his purpose in life, what his grandad had thaught him in his chilldhood; to help others, he continued risking his life, forgetting his home and even forgetting who he was.

After some time James luck ran out, as he was left for dead in the deadly jungles of Vietnam, a bullet had struck his chest and he was quickly bleeding out, he remembered home, he remembered his dad and his son, now more than ever he wanted to return, he got up with his remaining forces and tried to get to the headquartes as fast as he could, but as he kept walking a thick, cold fog kept wrapping him up...

James just became another casualty of the war, his body was never found so a proper funeral was never done, many of his companions even think he got kidnapped, or, in worst case scenario, desserted and started a new life in vietnam

When James father died no one was left to take care of his son, so he got sent to an orphanage, he kept his whole childhood hoping his dad would come for him one day.

That day never came.

Appearance

He is a white male with brown hair and a shaved beard, his base kit comes with a green tank top with ID plaques and camouflage pants, just the clothes he left with the day he entered the entity´s realm, his legacy cosmetics are just the common bloody style clothes with the difference his tank top now has a bullet marking on it

Perks

On the watch

You are affected by the Exposed Status Effect for the duration of the Trial. You always take a bullet for the people you care, and that intervenes in the purposes of your enemies.

  • you perform altruistic actions such as healing and rescuing people from hooks 25%/50%/70% faster
  • you gain a small speed burst after unhooking someone
  • if you are the obsession, you can Instantly heal others for one Health State on secondary action/Instantly heal others for one Health State on secondary action/Instantly and completely heal others on secondary action once per trial and your aura will be revealed to the killer for 10/8/6 seconds after a generator is repaired

Increases your chance to be the Killer's Obsession.

"The enemy never got me, i dont know how, i exposed myself to constant dangers, more than any of my comrades, yet i never stood foot on a trap like them... if only that car hit me instead of Elizabeth" James Diary, page 42

Blood, sweat and tears

You have been in worse situations, you teach your buddies how to remain calm and work more efficiently, the less the better

  • When there are only 3 survivors left everyone recovers from exhaustion 25%/35%/45% faster and repair generators 10% faster
  • When there are only 2 survivors left everyone gets a 5% bonus to movement speed and the stun from pallets is 1/2/3 seconds longer
  • When you are the only survivor left on the trial you will get 10% bonus to movement speed and the hatch will appear highlighted to you and the killer

"...In some cases we felt outnumbered despite being more, the enemy attacked us with unbelivable force and us, the strong ones, had to learn how to fight them back, even if each bullet got one of us dead" James Diary, page 71

Stubborn

Your experience fighting against people above your capabilities allows you to fight them back.

  • Press the Active Ability button while running to charge towards the killer and stun them, causing you to get injured
  • You cannot use Stubborn while you are injured
  • You can use stubborn to stun the killer while he is carrying a survivor, but this will injure you to dying state

Causes exhaustion for 120/90/60 seconds

"Yeah, of course i got hurt in the war, i was one bold motherfucker always risking my life for the most stupidest of things, my comrades needed my help and i was always there for them, i wont make an exception right now" James diary, page 67

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Comments

  • TrueKn1ghtmar3TrueKn1ghtmar3 Member Posts: 161
    edited January 5
    I'm just as it sets stubborn with on the watch, seems op if you are able to instantly heal yourself
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  • TheluckyboiTheluckyboi Member Posts: 228

    @TrueKn1ghtmar3 said:
    I'm just as it sets stubborn with on the watch, seems op if you are able to instantly heal yourself

    No, i meant instantly heal OTHER players, i messed up

  • TrueKn1ghtmar3TrueKn1ghtmar3 Member Posts: 161

    @TrueKn1ghtmar3 said:
    I'm just as it sets stubborn with on the watch, seems op if you are able to instantly heal yourself

    No, i meant instantly heal OTHER players, i messed up

    Ok thanks for the clarification honestly I had another thought on a similar perk called transference
  • CamoRangerCamoRanger Member Posts: 14
    Apparently James Carter is a doctor. Any relation to Herman Carter AKA The Doctor?
  • TheluckyboiTheluckyboi Member Posts: 228

    @CamoRanger said:
    Apparently James Carter is a doctor. Any relation to Herman Carter AKA The Doctor?

    I didnt think about that when i named him, but yeah, i think he indeed has some sort of relation de Herman Carter, perhaps they were brothers or something

  • ShroompyShroompy Member Posts: 60
    edited January 8

    Blood, Sweat and Tears seem to be a bit much don't you think? Also why only Exhaustion? This would make a perk like Vigil even more useless then it is now. This perk is better than it in every single way. Also 5% movement speed buff? That's also quite a lot. This with Hope will make you FASTER than 110% movement speed killers. You would run at 112% as a SURVIVOR. Making normal movement speed killers 3% faster than you. Which is like Micheal trying to chase you in Tier 1.

    Also On The Watch is just a slightly better version of No Mither, but if you are injured you still cry just as loud and you bleed. We'll Make It is also much better

    EDIT: Just realized I missed the last part of Blood, Sweat and Tears.. 10% FASTER!?

  • TheluckyboiTheluckyboi Member Posts: 228

    @Shroompy said:
    Blood, Sweat and Tears seem to be a bit much don't you think? Also why only Exhaustion? This would make a perk like Vigil even more useless then it is now. This perk is better than it in every single way. Also 5% movement speed buff? That's also quite a lot. This with Hope will make you FASTER than 110% movement speed killers. You would run at 112% as a SURVIVOR. Making normal movement speed killers 3% faster than you. Which is like Micheal trying to chase you in Tier 1.

    Also On The Watch is just a slightly better version of No Mither, but if you are injured you still cry just as loud and you bleed. We'll Make It is also much better

    EDIT: Just realized I missed the last part of Blood, Sweat and Tears.. 10% FASTER!?

    Please dont check my profile just to point out my blunders, it is pathetic.

    Exhaustion on blood sweat and tears? mate, you are confusing it with stubborn.

    You can heal with on the watch, combine it with stubborn and you got a nice combination just like dead hard matches greatly with no mither

    Blood sweat and tears makes you 5% faster when there are only 2 survivors left and 10% faster WHEN YOU ARE THE LAST SURVIVOR ALIVE, so it will make the perk very situational, and it will give survivors an slight, very slight advantage when trying to reach the hatch

    yes, perhaps the numbers are off, maybe 3% and 6% speed boost would be fine.

  • ShroompyShroompy Member Posts: 60

    @Theluckyboi said:

    @Shroompy said:
    Blood, Sweat and Tears seem to be a bit much don't you think? Also why only Exhaustion? This would make a perk like Vigil even more useless then it is now. This perk is better than it in every single way. Also 5% movement speed buff? That's also quite a lot. This with Hope will make you FASTER than 110% movement speed killers. You would run at 112% as a SURVIVOR. Making normal movement speed killers 3% faster than you. Which is like Micheal trying to chase you in Tier 1.

    Also On The Watch is just a slightly better version of No Mither, but if you are injured you still cry just as loud and you bleed. We'll Make It is also much better

    EDIT: Just realized I missed the last part of Blood, Sweat and Tears.. 10% FASTER!?

    Please dont check my profile just to point out my blunders, it is pathetic.

    Exhaustion on blood sweat and tears? mate, you are confusing it with stubborn.

    You can heal with on the watch, combine it with stubborn and you got a nice combination just like dead hard matches greatly with no mither

    Blood sweat and tears makes you 5% faster when there are only 2 survivors left and 10% faster WHEN YOU ARE THE LAST SURVIVOR ALIVE, so it will make the perk very situational, and it will give survivors an slight, very slight advantage when trying to reach the hatch

    yes, perhaps the numbers are off, maybe 3% and 6% speed boost would be fine.

    Im sorry if it seemed like I went on your profile to just blunder you, that wasn't my intentions at all. I came by this and thought Id give my feedback. Also no I didn't mix up the perks, Blood, Sweat and Tears recovers exhaustion 25/35/45% faster.

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