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Borrowed Time tunneling

vacamanvacaman Member Posts: 1,140
edited July 2021 in General Discussions

The survivor gets rescued, he realizes he has borrowed time, runs into the killer to try to block him and get a speedboost. The killer doesn't hit him. The killer waits for borrowed time to run off. Killer downs him and kills him.


Every single time.


  • Nathan13Nathan13 Member Posts: 5,601

    that survivor was probably just trolling idk. I mean they have no reason to complain when they force killers to tunnel.

  • Power_GuyPower_Guy Member Posts: 1,572

    I have it happen every time as well.

    It's like they think Killers should be forced to hit them when they have BT, and be forced to ignore them when it runs out. They basically think 'I'm allowed to make smart plays, but my opponent is not, because that's not fair!'

  • InsaneCoasterInsaneCoaster Member Posts: 300

    They're either joking or they're just idiots, not even really worth talking about them.

    Tbh I don't even see this very often, in fact for some reason I've found end game chat to have become a lot more friendly over time, but maybe that's just because since crossplay was enabled, a large amount of the people you face are on console so can't talk at all after the game.

  • Thr_ustThr_ust Member Posts: 410

    If someone purposely tries to get the killers attention. They can’t complain once they get it

  • Fog_KingFog_King Member Posts: 688

    Well, in that scenario, the survivor was stupid and got what they deserved. What I hate is when the killer hooks someone, a survivor with BT hooks the other right away and the killer goes after the unhooked survivor. It doesn't matter if he/she was unhooked with BT, because they will get hit and the killer will just chase them anyway, leading to them being downed a bit later. And in this case, I'm blaming the survivor with BT for saving right in front of the killer.

  • DBD78DBD78 Member Posts: 2,624

    It's so strange why some do this? I mean when I play killer and a survivor who is just unhooked run to me and expect a BT hit, now you got my attention and I will wait it out.

  • Customapple0Customapple0 Member Posts: 629

    Body-blocking with BT is a valid strategy but it has its risks.

    I find it’s truly effective in endgame & even better if you have DS. Otherwise it’s better to just use those 12s to get to a loop.

  • EvilBarney666EvilBarney666 Member Posts: 182

    I as a killer main will not tunnel off the hook. Sometimes a tunnel can work depending on the situation, but again it's rare I would do it.

    However.... if you get unhooked with BT and you know I am going after the unhooker and you body block me. I will wait the 12 seconds and get you. I will also wait out the DS timer as well.

    BT is meant to deter the killer from coming after you off the hook. Let your friend/ unhooker rely on their skill to run the killer. Don't bodyblock for them. You do, your getting the hook.

  • CleviteClevite Member Posts: 4,335

    I agree with others, I do not tunnel. Even to my detriment at times. However, if you take advantage of game mechanics and a perk to force me to hit you with BT, well then, you want my attention, I will give it to you.

  • freightriderfreightrider Member Posts: 32

    Or how about chase the person who hat actually saved them and instead of the he person with borrowed time It use to take skill to o kill survivors now it don't. Loops are limited as are pilates.It comes down to this tunneling and camping is destroying this game.I had a hundred friends on Xbox that wanted to play every day but now I am having a hard time finding four it is all thanks to your believing your skilled bye dbd I'll miss you and thank you for destroying are game devs for not making it fun for survivors.killets tunnel and camp without consequences when they should punished for playing lol ke a nuisance. No one wants to be tunneled so why you do it and allow it I have no idea even this forum is dead thanks again killers for destroying the best game there ever was that onto overwatch I'll miss you dbd

  • WexlerWendigoWexlerWendigo Member Posts: 1,867

    I mean maybe the killer shouldn’t run back to every hook despite having 7000 information perks? Boring for everyone involved

  • Nathan13Nathan13 Member Posts: 5,601

    That’s not a good argument. The survivor could be chasing the killer to the hook and their teammate bodyblocks after the unhook.

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