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WGLF & BBQC Buff

Luigifan64Luigifan64 Member Posts: 374

This one is easy, buff both so that the maximum percent gain at tier 3 is 50% for each stack. So basically tier 3 of each perk would grant (50%/100%/150%/200%) boost to BP post-trial. I was thinking at first to only applying this buff to WGLF because of the smaller survivor point gain, but then someone made a good point about how the point gain would be more than a Killer with BBQC; so I figured why not increase both so that it could be fair. Sure killers would still get more points, but who cares, survivors would still be able to get significantly more points than before.

Comments

  • Tru3LemonTru3Lemon Member Posts: 830

    i do like the idea of buffing WGLF but not BBQ the reason its that for killers every match for them its 2x BP event while WGLF dosent give anything unless saving someone on the hook if its a safe rescue

  • ShrekIsHotShrekIsHot Member Posts: 789

    BBQ is fine as it is, WGLF needs more of a benefit than just BP, and don't tell me that'd be overpowered, cause Prove Thyself does the same thing, bonus to repair speed and BP gains.

  • BlueberryBlueberry Member Posts: 2,617

    I was just thinking of giving WGLF an effect and baking the bloodpoint component of both in the games base kit to encourage fair play and give everyone more points. Plus making them less required to some people.

  • BarpleBapkinsBarpleBapkins Member Posts: 32

    WGLF actually used to work exactly like that, having 50% extra BP per stack. For whatever reason it got nerfed to 25% per stack. I feel like this needs to be reverted since survivors don't get too many BP to begin with.

  • Luigifan64Luigifan64 Member Posts: 374

    I know, those were great days back then, was very sad when it got nerfed a week later ;(

  • LastShoeLastShoe Member Posts: 200

    Good idea considering that number of requied bp for maxing out new killers is much higher than it used to be.

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