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Ebony Mori & Keys
I just want to see how everyone feels about these 2 existing in the game.
Here's my personal opinion on these 2 not so balanced things.
Ebony Mori from a survivor pov feels very exhausting & unfun to go against but then again I can understand why some killers use them out of frustration of maybe losing a previous match to a insane swf team with meta perks and crazy good items with decent add-ons.
So for Mori's I feel like they shouldn't even be offerings anymore, but maybe they can be built into every killer.
What I mean is that Cypress Mori 100% should've been built in years ago, but I feel like it should work as a option like if a survivor is dead on their next hook the killer can be given an option whether to kill or hook them and if there's one survivor left in the trial and you catch them it also gives you the option to kill or hook them.
Now for Keys.
Keys are such a pain in the butt for killers to go against because it'll result in the killer to hard focus that player and it'll sometimes end up in the killer camping that person or bringing a mori to get rid of the key or slugging players in order to stop a particular amount of gens being done or if there's 3 people 2 gens and the person with the key is alive and you must slug so it doesn't turn into a 2 man 2 gens hatch spawn escape......... You see the crazy hassle killer has to go through with keys in this game 😑.
Anyways so what I suggest to happen to keys is that survivors shouldn't even have them as items anymore but make them obtainable through the in game chests and probably make it luck base that way we actually get some kind of usage from luck offerings because right now they're kind of a waste of inventory space.
If a survivor finds a key in game that kwy must be used, it cannot be kept. So even if you try to escape with it the Entity will take it from you. Plus this makes the EGC more interesting.
Just my opinion and let me know if this is a good idea or not and give a reason why it's probably not, I'd like to understand why.