Lot's of hours and I spent all of last summer just playing DBD mon to fri alongside some game dev projects for university and then drinking silly on the weekends, Just hours upon hours. Took a long break from the game after that summer but I did it. Now I am doing P3 everyone lmao
I'm similar, I play a few different survivors but Jake is the one who has every perk in case I have a specific build I want. None of my killers have every killer perk though, sadly.
I don't even think about hitting 32k because getting that number means it's gonna be a long game-- 20+ minutes long. I like my games short when I'm grinding, and I can get 25k in 10 minutes with Billy.
I use killer bp to level everything since they make it so much faster. Even if you play poor as killer you'll get 16k+bbq you do bad as survivor and you'll leave with 3-7k. I rarely see them with much more than 20. So, I just grind out with my favorite and most reliable killer and put that bp into the characters I want the perks from. Can usually get it done decently fast. You have to have the patience to do it because if you don't get any of the good dlc perks you'll likely get steamrolled and the shrine just isn't reliable. Only thing good it's ever given me is BBQ.
Just to put this out there: I dislike the grind. It's insanely high even compared to some MMOs. There's been a lot of threads about that, but I feel like I need to state that before this next part, because it's not all a positive thing.
The way I deal with it is I set mini goals. I've gotten all of the survivors to 40+ for their teachables, and now I'm working on killers. I think I have 6 leveled. Each time I get one to 40, it's a small accomplishment, and I decide who would be best next based on their teachables that will sync well with what I already have unlocked. Once I get everyone to 40-50, I'll decide on who I'd like to prestige based on who I play the most or just liking their costume. Idk if I'll bother to prestige more than 1 or 2 because I'd like to actually have optimal builds on my killer in a timely manner. We'll see though, it's a ways off!
What else to do with all BPs? Getting all survivors from lvl 1 to lvl 50 takes a couple of weeks if you play a lot. I collect around 1 million BPs per day.
I'm surprised they haven't added bloodpoint bundles that you can buy in order to level up characters faster, they'd make more money from them than anything else in the game. Play 16 perfect games with double point perks on for the million or save time by shelling out some cash.
Im 3 characters away from having all killers p350 😊 just demo, huntress and billy left
I just grind alot a spend alot more time playing during BP events. All my survivots are lvl 40 except Jake who is P2 with all the perks(Sadly he'll never be P3) and ace who is P3 lvl 20. I would definitely P3 your killer main and get all the perks, use BBQ for the extra BP and play doc. You'll be raining in BP.
I mean there's no real point to even level them all to 50. Maybe once you have everything you want or need. I actually just asked for some suggestions on who to level first. Like you get all the teachables for a character by 40 so not much point going past that if you aren't going to use them.
I’ve put a lot of hours in this game lol
and i have gone further - besides Nurse, Hag, Pig and Pyramid Head i have everyone P3 with all perks besides Pyramid Heads (thats a work in progress)
I would think someone with as many hours as you would have every character maxed out by now, so this does surprise me. Nevertheless, after so many hours played and BP’s earned, I started leveling up all my characters out even ones I don’t play with.
Now I have ever character at P3 50 (yes even Cheryl and Pyramid Head), because I’m able to maximize my BP’s earned throughout my play styles without having to sacrifice any fun out of it.
It was never really a matter of “patience” I would say, it was just that I grinded so much on here I have the bloodpoints to dump into all my characters.
P3 Killer Gang!
My survivor main is Nea so I'll get another two survivors to lvl 40 then go to Nea and unlock their perks a bit then I'll get another one or two to lvl 40 and repeat. For killers I really wish I hadn't gotten the teachables because my new killer bloodwebs are just full of garbage perks.
On PS4, I only had the patience to get 4 survivors to 50 by playing them. If i decide to level a survivor on PC, I'm just going to do it with killer earned bloodpoints.
I don't see how I could level each individual survivor, by actually playing them.
When you are Survivor main you gain about 15-20k bp per game. 30-40 with double bp offering. WGLF as doubling perk doesnt work well, because it forces you to play unsafe in situations when you normally wouldn't do that (I don't mean you shouldn't be altruistic. I mean sometimes this perk may force you to make bad decisions). So you risk to end game earlier or not get all the stacks. Also this perk doesn't give any advantages so it feels like waste of perk slot. This is why you feel like the game is too much grindy.
Killers have 25-30k bp per game, 50-60k with double offering and 75-90k with doubling offering and BBQ. And rare moment when survivors bring streamers offering may give you 120-150k bp for a game or even more in theory. As Killer you gain bp much faster so you don't feel like it is grindy. As Killer you have to decide how to spend this tone of blodpoints when you already got all the teachables on Killers and Survivors. So you next goal become p3-50 every character that require an infinite amount of blood points.
Perks other than Barbecue & Chili only multiply the Bloodpoints gained during the trial from scoring events, allowing you to max out certain categories faster. However, they do not allow that category to exceed 8,000 Bloodpoints, and they do not mulitply points earned in that category post-match like Barbecue & Chili does for all categories.
wow that makes B&C even more valuable. Is this the same for offerings?
Technically speaking, you don't need to get them to level 50, only up to level 40. Since the first teachable comes out in the bloodweb at level 30, then 35, and then 40.
I did this a long time ago where instead of getting whoever I wanted to get to P3 next, I dedicated myself to getting every characters teachables (and actually playing them too, not copping out and just playing my main and sinking the BP into those characters for their perks that's lame). Good God it was especially frustrating on killers I don't like to play like Pig, Demogorgon, Plague, Leatherface, it all sucked yeugh.
But once you've got them, hey, you've got them, and it's permanent so you get all those perks forever to use at a later date. Now all you gotta do is keep up and get the teachables right away for any new chapters, which I always do immediately ASAP nowadays. Then unlock those same new teachables for your main(s) and characters you've already gotten to P3 so they remain up to date.
...In retrospect, it's a lot, the grind is definitely an issue. But I did it, and for now it doesn't seem like they're releasing any new updates to alleviate the grind any time soon so might as well get it out of the way. My philosophy is if you're already playing, you're already grinding, so might as well get it over with so you can reap the permanent benefits for all time in the future.
Simple. I want a set build normally on a character, but either I have no luck or I use it all up in game, so my characters normally end up at level 50 and I could have reached Pres 1, Level 30 by the time I get 3 of the perks to level 3.
If you enjoy the game enough, you'll put time into getting everyone you care about to P3.
I don't level survivors. I leveled Kate and David because they were the best looking male+female survivors and got most of the survivor perks I wanted via shrine. I'm still waiting for OoO and Inner Strength.
Any BP I get goes towards killers and leveling them is fairly easy, each one has a different play style and BBQ as well as killers naturally higher BP gain makes the grind tolerable.