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  • I've gone against more then my fair share of players like this on both sides, and like Mandy said, camping isn't gameplay abuse. (Even if it is boring as sin for everyone involved, but it is a necessary evil.) I will say though, the in-game report system needs some help. Like, major help.
  • There's a few for me, actually! My top two are Myers and Pyramid Head though- I always enjoy versing them. Demo is easily my third favourite though and Billy is a fourth.
  • I've always been an advocate both for a better in-game report system (You know- one that actually works.) And a system similar to Overwatch's Endorsement system. If you enjoy playing with someone, you can give them props. More props you give for whatever you wanna give them for, the more likely you'll be placed with people…
  • For me, boring to verse. Her power style is too similar to the other recent release Killers for me to be interested. I also don't enjoy her anatomy as it feels odd in multiple places (In ways that don't feel intentional and takes away from that uncanny look to me). Her perks are cool. Her map has a cool visual design.…
  • I mean, for me it has nothing to do with actual Killer strength and purely how fun they are to verse/how unique they are. Like, Wraith isn't fun for me to verse since most Wraiths I face just go for hit and run, or the stand under the pallet uncloaks- neither of which really encourage looping. (Hit and run will just…
  • I like all of them. To me what matters is how fun/interesting the power is to play against, or at least me being able to appreciate their power for being unique. A good example is Wraith. He's not an amazing Killer by any means, but I don't like versing him. With one of his best playstyles being hit-and-run, and…
  • I'm actually okay with it! It just depends on the situation. If it's an insta-unhook with BT, or an insta-unhook into a one for one (with or without BT) with a player who is better on hook (especially against a Killer who is camping) it's worth it imho. Pretty much as long as it's not a straight up, genuine farm, I'm chill.
  • Man, I'm happy someone else saw this and mentioned it- out of all the Killers that have came out, I swear it feels like most Killers after PH have felt so bland or just straight up unfun to verse since nearly all of them have powers that feel like they just boil down to 'Some form of anti-loop'. (I believe the two…
  • For Killer: Furitive Chase, Beast of Prey, Monsterous Shrine, Predator. All of these perks either actively have so little effect you might as well not run them, or they just straight up actively hurt you. (Predator specifically.) For Survivor: No One Left Behind, Lightweight, Sole Survivor, Up the Ante. I think all of…
  • I mean, there should be this and a better anti-cheat/report system overall. Even something where the system knows more about what goes on in the game overall (with or without a replay system) mixed with an in-game report system that actually does something would be amazing for the game. (And of course, fixing the awful…
  • I genuinely think Boons are fine as is. The issue is just Totem spawns, which are whacky on both sides to be notoriously insanely powerful or insanely awful. Killers can't control which one they get. Survivors have a bit more control, but are still at the mercy of spawns. Survivors have more of them to try to find Hexes,…
  • I wouldn't say that by any means. I genuinely enjoy most of the liscensed maps in the game, save for RPD and Badham. (I don't even think Badham is bad. I just don't enjoy it as much as the others.) Idk, I think they're definitely wild on the balancing end, but I appreciate the care and detail put into them. Like, Hawkins…
  • Agreed. Love her sound and overall design, but I wish that she had more unique animations outside of the basic set for basic actions- especially since she's such a physically unique character.
  • I would argue that this isn't like what happened to Old Freddy by any means, and fits in really well with what they've been doing- which is tweaks to powers/add-ons during the next chapter. He's been out for a few months and he's not getting a full re-work, so I don't think they're jumping the gun by any means. He's…
  • -BT can be waited out easily. -DH can also be waited out easily, and most people don't know how to use it well anyway. -UB is a perk where if you never get slugged, it literally doesn't matter, and can quickly become a waste of a perk slot. -Deliverance and Adrenaline both require you to put in a decent amount of leg work…
  • Because games as Killer tend to be extremely rough. You either roll or get rolled, and the amount of times where you feel like you get a fair balance doesn't seem to be there. And it's an issue that feels like it's just been compounded since SBMM due to how MMR is adjusted on both sides. (With Killers literal only…
  • Uh... Boon Totems also only have a certain area of effect, the Killer can snuff them out faster then a Survivor can Bless one, and the action of even Blessing totems takes time off of Survivors doing gens. There are also plenty of bad Totem locations for Survivors to put Boons on which make them easy to snuff out. Idk, I…
  • Myers is a tier in himself with how amazing he is honestly. Still very much loved and played a lot, despite a major agreement that he's not very strong purely due to how fun he is. You play Myers, and you feel like you're Myers, and it's all just very satisfying and fun. Oni also had a really solid release though as an…
  • I like quite a few for different reasons, so who I watch depends on the day! Otz and JRM are probably my top two. I really like how kind Otz is, along with his willingness to share insight to game mechanics to other players. He also posts long videos, which are perfect background noise for me. JRM is great because of how…
  • I'm for Dead Hard, because compared to most other Survivor Exhaustion perks, it both takes skill to use and it doesn't feel like it punishes you for running a structure well. Sprint Burst doesn't take skill, and I'd argue it being stronger then Dead Hard because a good Sprint Burst user will not be caught in a bad position…
  • NFTs are pretty much another blockchain/form of cryptocurrency that can store data stating that you own a certain digital item through said blockchain tech. The issue is that, like other forms of cryptocurrency, one of the major concerns with NFT's is that it takes a metric crap-ton of energy to process the transactions.…
  • Yes, because to Bless a totem is 14/24 totems off of gens. They're also not map-wide, and while they have strong effects, the Killer only takes a moment to cleanse. If a Killer is able to decently keep a hold on Survivor's Boons, and a Survivor is dead set on using them and getting the effects out of it, that can be a good…
  • Whether DBD's models from the game or game codes for the related DLC chapters go to the license holders or not will really all just boil down to their license agreement.
  • Nah, I actually like that you can Bless totems multiple times. I think it gives the survivor a good dichotomy of having to choose whether they should spend their time on a gen or blessing totems, and since it takes so long for Survivors to bless versus Killers breaking, it helps pull Survivors off of gens more if they're…
  • ...No they didn't. Here's screenshots of everything both companies have said about it (From DBD's Twitter and the FAQ from the folks making the HellRaiser NFT.) It's all at the bottom to not break up my text. But if you read through their stuff, they didn't lie. All they stated was that they give license holders copies of…
  • I'm buying with real money. Didn't buy Cenobite/Pinhead and I'm excited for the perks with Mikaela. Besides, while I know this NFT thing is a hot button topic, I don't think BHVR/DBD is actually going down the NFT route- more like they bought into one/partnered with one for the liscense. HellRaiser's liscense holders…
  • Agreed. It's a complicated situation, and while folks have every right to be disappointed and upset about it (I know I'm disappointed, so I get it.) there's also a lot of things that we really just don't know the extent of, and that getting ready to slam DBD on Twitter doesn't really answer. (Which, mostly fall on the…
  • Not saying I believe it, but that is a concern I've seen circulating around Twitter, which is why I brought it up in my post. I would personally be surprised if DBD got sacked for it, because it does seem mostly on the liscense holder, and like you said, it's not the entire game based around it. (Nor can you get anything…
  • I wouldn't say it's a 180. They just stated in their tweet that the things in-game you can recieve from the NFT and game codes and all that is something they gave the license holder as part of the contract agreement. They also stated there aren't any in-game bonuses for NFTs. They never fully stated they were for or…
  • Some people are taking the tweets as BHVR endorsing NFTs (Which, we don't know whether they really do or not, but my guess currently is that it's another part of their liscensing agreement per what they had release about it in another tweet), and even though BHVR isn't based on NFT/Crypto and doesn't push it down your…