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So do people who sit at doors once they're open just have a lot of free time, or...?

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  • dugmandugman Member Posts: 1,322

    Why chase them out when I can go around the map and break pallets or close the hatch or use my ability to get points as well?

  • ButtercakeButtercake Member Posts: 1,656

    Sometimes when I play Adam and Clown is killer Adam cant help but reach out to Clown one last time before heading back to the campfire. Its always such a sad scene.

    Sometimes Clown doesnt even meet him at the gate. Its just so depressing.. 🎃😭

  • Marc_go_soloMarc_go_solo Member Posts: 470

    Maybe they're asking for permission!

    Some people get narked, but to me it's extra bp, so I take it as playful baiting. Normally, after the trial I'm decent with them and they are with me, so I don't mind them having those moments.

    On an exceptionally rare occasion, there is always that one survivor who doesn't quite estimate the distance between them and the exit line. Those are blessed times!

  • dugmandugman Member Posts: 1,322

    In case anybody is curious about the numbers, by the way, if a killer hits a survivor the killer scores 300 points. But survivors who escape a killer during a chase earn 400 points. So if a healthy survivor is standing in the exits and you run up and hit them, you're effectively losing 100 points to that survivor and 400 points to any other survivors in the Exit that you don't happen to hit at all. Plus if any of the survivors happen to be injured they can also score 200 points for getting a Protection Hit as well. (All this is give or take the 8k limits of course)

    Basically in terms of trying to win on score it's a losing game chasing healthy survivors in the Exits. If someone is injured in the Exits then it may be worth chasing them out if you think you can stop them from getting the 750 point heal bonus (although you as a killer also score points when a survivor is healed depending on how long they were injured so it might be a wash), but otherwise you're better off scoring points elsewhere as the killer since the other avenues don't raise their scores relative to your own. You can get 100 points per pallet, 250 points for closing the hatch, and depending on your killer you can score a few hundred points just using your ability (depending on whether or not you're at the 8k cap yet) and the survivors get no points in those processes.

  • itsaconeheaditsaconehead Member Posts: 236

    I've had a few games like this recently, and most of the time they end up sacrificed because they didn't leave.

  • ChechiaChechia Member Posts: 232

    I don't go to the exit gates anymore if I see no point in getting someone. It's very funny how long some people are staying in the endgame and some of them are even vaulting over stuff so they can BM you at the gates.

  • LSerpentineLSerpentine Member Posts: 140
    edited October 2020

    If the killer had a rough game, or was nice, i usually stick around for free hits. Might as well let them get some BP 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • MusicNerd_TCMusicNerd_TC Member Posts: 3,099
    edited October 2020

    People who t-bag at the exit gates do it just to be annoying, there is literally no reason to do it other than to be a PoS.

    I understand why people heal though, because they just want BP.

  • RockatanskyRockatansky Member Posts: 32

    Good for you. Finding a way to be productive instead of about crying about.

  • Ryan489xRyan489x Member Posts: 791

    I only stay by the door to take a hit for someone if they need it. I don't teabag but if the killer comes to the door I'm gone.

  • Xbob42Xbob42 Member Posts: 1,118

    Literally no part of my post was crying about it. I wasn't even present. I just find it strange that people would waste so much of their own time doing nothing. You're free to do it every game if you want.

  • ChechiaChechia Member Posts: 232

    That's true. I also enjoy Bloodwarden a lot nowaydays.

  • NaturalHurdle70NaturalHurdle70 Member Posts: 41

    That’s awsome. Your right though. It’s like rib in and I have time my mom sighned the permission slip and eleven- teen years old ,so I can a waste few hours doing this.

  • TheButcherTheButcher Member Posts: 871
    edited October 2020

    I had to escape 2 chases as Nea. I got away in the match once, and then the Killer ignored me the rest of the match (Go figure I ran him for like 3 gens). So I stood at the exit gate till the killer could come over and see me leave - just so I could get the second chase escape.

    Got my challenge, and made another player hate life because these challenges are bogus.

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