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  1. I know there are a lot of us who are wishing for a Mean Girl counselor, so let us rally and brainstorm together in one place! There has been a few mean girls over the course of the movies, most notably Melissa from Part VII. FUN FACT: She has in popularity defeated characters that have somehow managed to slip into the game before her, here's a large poll as evidence. Mitch, Fox, and Shelly lost to her by a big difference. Now why would a Mean Girl be a good choice as a character? Personally I've always found them to be hilarious. It would be the perfect opportunity for a feisty girl that, combined with a few witty insults to provoke Jason (Or another counselors, wouldn't that be great?) could do for a fun character to play. When I think about how such a character would be, I can't help but to have Chanel Oberlin in my mind as inspiration, she is the perfect embodiment of a mean girl; ruthless, self-absorved, narcissistic, so very blonde and fasionable over all things. How would a Mean Girl look? I think most people would say that a long haired, blonde female is long overdue! However, over all things, she is meant to be fashionable. It would be a great opportunity for a counselor to wear for the very first time a dress, and heels. Once again, Chanel quickly comes to aid to inspire with her thousand outfits and looks. Now the best part...! The stats...! I've thought of a few archetypes, and I think this is my favourite, along with a name suggestion: I'm going to draw my own basic fashion sketches for fun! What do you guys think? Feel free to share and come up with your own thoughts! Her colour palette should be...! Tah-dah, white, and pastels. They are very girly; and when wore by a mean girl, something about it makes her extra-obnoxious. Melissa knows this very well! References: About the Melissa/Tamara blend, I combined the hairstyle and the dress of Tamara with Melissa's sophisticated taste. Unlike Tamara, Melissa knows that cold toned skins look so much better with pearls and silvery accessories/jewelry than gold. Suggested Halloween DLC, Marilyn Monroe's pink dress! An icon that endures through generations! More 80s fashion
  2. Trope/Role - "The Daredevil" Gender - Male *Age - 17/18 * I mean, this is pretty obvious. Does it need a explanation? Reggie was 14 in the film, so buff his age a few years for the game. Reggie was also supposed to come back for part 6, but it didn't happen because Shavar declined. This could kind of be a tribute to that as well. Stats @[IllFonic]Courier @wes These are our final stats. No more tweaks or edits. Finally, I can relax. Composure - 8 Speed - 7 Luck - 7 Stamina - 5 Repair - 3 Strength - 3 Stealth - 2 Explanation on Stats Composure - 8 - His highest stat. When people think of Reggie, the first thing they think about is his speed. His bravery in the film was much underrated, as he nearly killed Roy twice by being composed. He planned what he was going to do and didn't go completely hysterical. Let's not forget he says, "where I come from, you learn to be afraid of nothing." Sure he screamed, but what final victim doesn't? Luck - 7 He survived the film, and as a Black brotha as well. Truly puts a kick to the stereotype. Lucky Speed - 7 - What most people remember Reggie for. God, he bolted the scene, leaving Pam behind in the dust. Fast. Stamina - 5 An odd anomaly. Due to balancing, there's no way Reggie can be fast, have stamina, be lucky and composed. It's safest bet in the game is average. Reggie's speed was much more notable than his stamina. Repair - 3 - As a kid in the film, he was able to start the tractor and drive it. It's clear he knows a little bit about vehicles to support someone. (Pam) Strength - 3 Reggie wasn't interested in weight lifting or sports, but more in reckless/dangerous things. He'd have generally low strength. Stealth - 2 Although he survived the film, he failed to have any notable good stealth. Roy discovered him in the barn because he made noise. He also kind of gave up his position anyways cheering for Pam using the chainsaw. Character Background - This counselor is known for being reckless. Being in semi dangerous situations, they never seem to hurt themselves, but is capable of putting other people's lives in jeapordy. They don't mean to and usually mean well to the people around them, but their actions interfene. In a few cases, they may end up helping the others around them because of their brave and daring instincts. This character comes from a inner city neighborhood and has been forced by his parents to go to a camp for the summer after being involved in too much negative actvity in the neighborhood. Model - Could be based off the actor, Shavar Ross as a homage to his character Reggie "The Reckless". *If you're attempting to keep Reggie's face the same as in the film, I suppose you'd have to buff his body up just a little bit to avoid looking like a kid. Clothing Styles Ideas - Game Add Ons - pitched by @Liquid Swordsman Like being chosen to be Jason, except, the game will randomly handpick a counselor player on the Pinehurst map with the special privilege of driving the tractor. I've been speculating a title of what to call this system. A couple of names I came up with so far: "Reckless Mode" or "They call you Reggie The Reckless" Once that happens, the game will automatically spawn you at the barn on Pinehurst while remaining in the tractor. There could be a tagline above the screen reading something like: Reckless Mode: "They call you Reggie The Reckless" "Because no spider will scare you. The other counselors are in danger, luckily your reckless thinking might come in good use for them. You've been given the opportunity to drive the tractor. Use it wisely!" From here on out, the Reggie player has the option to either drive the tractor now or save it for another time. This gif can be something like a intro cut scene for a Jason stun:
  3. I like that we can kill or incapacitate Jason as is. However, I wish there was more variety in killing him. So far the only way to kill him is through Tommy. But there is another way we should kill him in my opinion that is underrated. The final girl should be able to kill him. There are many specifications for this to happen, so it's not as easy as 1-2-3. The only female counselors that can kill Jason are those with 5+ composure stat. To kill Jason: The mask needs to be off. Tommy needs to be called, arrive on the scene, and then defeated! There needs to be only one girl left in the match, with the exception of only 1 other guy( due to the nice guy trope). Jason must be stunned first, and brought to his knees. you don't need the sweater. The counselor has to be well composed, meaning that cannot kill him if they are hysterical with fear. Only the frightened stage and above. The prompt is randomized and only appears once in the match, signaling when Jason is vulnerable. If you miss it, you miss your chance. You must use a bladed weapon. The Final Girls were also a force to incapacitate Jason. I feel this should be an alternative way to killing Jason that is not only very specific, but different, refreshing, and also makes sense.
  4. Second attempt at posting this, wish me luck So we have discussed all over the forums in various topics the kind of counselors we would like to see as potential future DLC. With pre-orders coming in, hopefully this will be a DLC pack we will see in the future that was part of the stretch goals which was of 3 more counselor tropes to add more variety. I have compiled a list of various character tropes from the films as well as an OTHER option for you to sound off on types you would definitely like to see. Keep in mind this is not to discuss potential other HERO characters but just what the next 3 characters may be IF we get them. Some abilities I could think of could be like the Hitchiker could carry a car part in their backpack as well as a weapon (have more inventory slots) which would make them useful as part of a team to move more items hastily. The corrupted character (Dr Crews/Melissa/Professor Lowe) types could actually have an ability to flag someone else on the map for Jason in order to distract from themselves. Maybe the Mom character could give a temp Composure boost to other characters in their company? Sky is the limit
  5. So I've seen people mention how they'd like a redheaded counselor possibly added and I wanted to know what would her (or his) trope possibly be? Some are saying the mean girl if she ends up not being a blonde. Other than the mean girl, there's not a whole lot of tropes left. Any ideas?
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