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How does the Entity feel on Killers sparing Survivors?

ShrekIsHotShrekIsHot Member Posts: 3,172

I imagine killers like the Legion are more so human, even being possibly a psychopath, they would feel sympathy for characters like Jeff and help him towards the hatch, as killing him would be a waste of murder.


  • thekiller490490thekiller490490 Member Posts: 1,161

    You are just punished in your awards post trial.

  • RaptorrotasRaptorrotas Member Posts: 1,943

    You spared them?

    Thats a paddling!

  • bubbascalbubbascal Member Posts: 318

    Most likely angry. It's considered a escape, Entity does not want escapes. The perk Whispers has shown that the Entity WILL take the side of the killer.

    Gens and "exit" gates are to inspire hope, not allow them to truly escape.

  • HoodiedHoodied Member Posts: 9,530
    edited March 2019
  • Mr_MyersMr_Myers Member Posts: 422

    It gives the survivors false hope which would feed it better

  • aderpymuffinaderpymuffin Member Posts: 97

    It produces hope. Obviously its a no-no to spare everyone but on occasions its likely that the entity is fine with it. The reasoning for this is because after getting carried near the hatch after seeing all of your friends get murdered its going to create a boost of hope. Which the entity feeds off of. But we don't know if the entity feeds off of hope or hope getting ripped away. It all depends on which one.

  • InnCognitoInnCognito Member Posts: 412

    Mercy is just as big as torment. False hope and playing with the emotions of a survivor is part of the process. In a sense. Letting the survivor escape or hatch. Boosts their confidence for the next trial. So they make mistakes FASTER and more quickly. mawhahahhaa.

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