Well, my hope for a Werewolf became more real with the Stranger Things reveal.
I'd be super into both of these things. Though, for Predator, it'd have to be the primal one. A shoulder mounted auto lock on plasma blaster would be a bit much IMO xD
A killer-child, that would creep me out more than jumpscare-Myers.
Maybe a Van Gelding chapter with Dracula/Frankenstein or a werewolf and the vampire hunter.
Frankenstein wasn't evil in the movie though so maybe not him.
We could still totally get Frankenstein's monster. In most iterations Frankenstein accidentally kills someone by the end and when it comes to not evil killers we have the "Did Nothing Wrong" Club already comprising of Wraith, Spirit, Hag, etc.
I feel like that'd be another stalk oriented killer but hopefully with something other than exposed as its purpose for stalking. Have you heard of the Black Eyed Children? One of those would give me night terrors if i saw it slowly creeping up on me
I really would like a werewolf. A Medusamonster would also be pretty awesome... I´m personally not so much into bringing the Predator or the Alien (Xenomorph) in the game... they have their own games and franchises already and I think that´d be an overkill
A zombie, I'm sure BHVR can come up with something that would make it unique and still fit the overall undead flesh eater theme, that and an ancient mummy
It could be I suppose... Especially now that you mention the blackeyed children. I've heard that urban legend before, and it always activates my Spine Chill (joke intended :D).
I came across this clip recently. It's a fan-created dlc and I like the general idea.
So we can have bears. Raptors. Xenomorphs. Hell we can have cats by that definition.
That alone isnt humanoid. But good to see everyone is muttering it about like it's the law now to defend this chapter.
Bears have four legs.
'Humanoid' means 'having an appearance or character resembling that of a human.'. Walks on 2 legs, has 2 arms, etc.
Okay then, bugbear.
Bears CAN stand upright. I'd define their front paws as arms and not legs.
You also had no retort for the others proving my point.
Humanoid also usually requires the capacity for intelligent thought. Which the demogorgon does not have. So again, rules dont really matter do they?
Humanoid does not mean they have to think or be sapient. Only that they are built roughly the same shape as a human.
And just because you'd define a bears forepaws as arms does not mean the rest of the world has to revisit the definition.
What I gave you is the actual definition of 'humanoid'. A bear is not humanoid. A raptor is not humanoid.
A lizard-man from D&D? Humanoid; it has 1 head, a human-like torso, two legs, 2 arms, but also a tail.
A goblin? Humanoid.
A dog on its hind legs bouncing around? Not humanoid.