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Your reason to use mori as a killer?

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  • FishFry247FishFry247 Member Posts: 694

    Daily or a large amount of strong survivor items, Or a key at all

  • Mak0Mak0 Member Posts: 45

    They shouldnt have a change like that it would make them utterly useless because you can just carry them to the hook and they'd only be used to see the animations then they'd eventually be retired to nobody using them. Yellow and Green can stay the way they are Ebonys could work if everybody has been hooked already this makes it less powerful while still making it useful while doing that add a cooldown after each mori

  • MasantonioMasantonio Member Posts: 2,263

    For fun, a daily, or 4 man SWF.

  • DarkskiesDarkskies Member Posts: 545

    Daily is the only reason.

    Normally I'll take an ebony in with devour hope if devour hope doesn't pan out for me then I will use the ebony after I feel its fair and use on people that are dead on hook.

    I get the frustration of ebony as I play both sides so I play fair with it to the best of my abilities.

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  • anarchy753anarchy753 Member Posts: 1,857
    edited September 21

    I haven't used a mori outside of a daily in months, until today when I used 2.

    One for one of those survivors that you come up against who runs gross perks and items, and lets people die on their first hook to get hatch. I played on their team a few days ago and they chose to let me die when I wasn't being camped, with 4 gens left and all survivors, so wanted to minimise what they got from the match when I was their killer today.

    Then I had 4 identical Nancys all holding medkits join, so I assumed mass instas and brought the ebony to even things out.

  • TWiXTTWiXT Member Posts: 633

    I use them either to do the Daily ritual, or as a tool to De-rank back down to the less frustrating ranks. According to the Devout and Malicious emblem scoring, if you use a mori to kill each survivor after only 1 hook event then you didn't do enough to earn a high enough emblem to get a PiP, and at red ranks it's not enough to even Safety Pip. You still get 6k BP in the sacrifice category, and decent BP in the others, so technically you can earn around 20-25k in BP but still get Entity Displeased because of the Mori. This makes them a useful tool for De-ranking without DC-ing, or Throwing the match by avoiding the survivors. Sometimes you find yourself hating that you earned the high ranks because of how frustrating and toxic the survivors are, and just want to drop back down to the more fun and casual ranks, but still want to save face doing it... Mori's allow this, so why not use them?

  • xChrisxxChrisx Member Posts: 742

    I have never used a mori in my 3700h as killer, i should start using them just for fun, i have around 40 ebony for every character

  • snowflake102snowflake102 Member Posts: 1,572

    I use em when I depip to much so I use it to get close to were I was before:)

  • snowflake102snowflake102 Member Posts: 1,572

    And there fun to use:)

  • oxygenoxygen Member Posts: 771

    Oh I totally forgot about yellow moris. I throw them on from time to time if I don't have anything else both to spook the survivors a bit and as a little reward if I get them all. I forget I have it equipped like 50% of the time though 😄

    Because unless you already have a perk that can give you the ability to do it or an offering, you'd have to actually spend BP to get an offering/perk that lets you complete it in the first place. Or so I'd imagine. Once you have rancor (easy mode) or devour hope (hard mode) you're sorta set for the future on that particular killer though.

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