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Is it okay if I create a guide on Farming?
I'm considering making a guide on how to efficiently farm and posting it on these forums, but I'm not sure whether farming - more so, telling people how to farm - can be put under the category of cheating or exploiting and subsequently get me banned.
While I am aware that farming isn't punishable or bannable in the game, I am still hesitant to make a guide on how to farm most efficiently on the forums.
I'm not sure whether farming can go under the category of 'Posting guides about exploits, cheating, anything can be used to gain unfair advantage,' or 'Openly admitting to cheating in DbD', so I want confirmation before I actually do it.
I've been in a lot of games where Killers would rather farm than kill and at the end of it, generally we all get at least one pip. But the way I've seen Killers and Survivors actually farm, I realise that they aren't doing it in the most efficient way. I want to make a guide to teach people how to farm most efficiently if they actually decide to commit to farming for a game.
Complete with categories for how to gain points best and methods on getting the most points per each Killer.
The most common instances where Killers decide to farm is when they enter a game that has only three or less Survivors in it, when multiple Survivors disconnect, or when some Survivors happen to be completely AFK for the duration of the game. In all of these scenarios, when players farm, neither side seem to farm most efficiently.
Is it okay, by the devs, mods, and the forum rules, to make a guide on how to farm efficiently in Dead By Daylight?