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AdmiralJT last won the day on March 14

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  1. Entered a lobby with 4 other people we all readied up and went to the waiting for players screen. 3 people dropped out and the match started with just me and the host. I was Jason and the map was Crystal lake, I went around the map a little bit before finding the host running between 2 cabins. I shifted to them at hit them 1 time with my axe. Somehow this knocked them under the map. I could see them directly below me underground with my sense. But they were invisible otherwise. I got bored and wasn't going to spend the next 15 or so minutes staring at their glowing red figure so I left.
  2. If you ever see me running across the map carrying a trap, and some dumbass limping after me, you'll know what's up.
  3. It just dawned on me and I'm sure someone somewhere has mentioned this, if someone is Teabagging you, they aren't running away and putting distance between you and them. It may not seem like much but that 3 or 4 seconds they wasted trying to show off can make a huge difference.
  4. Jason too easy to kill?

    As you know coordination in QP is not in abundance. With all the things that can go wrong in trying to kill Jason, if killing Jason is the only plan you have the odds are you and your group are going to die. The only time I will participate in trying to kill Jason is if the cops have already been called, or the vehicles have been started and people have escaped, or as a hail Mary pass because there are only 3 of us left and any other escape route has been closed off. I despise groups whose sole purpose is to seek out and kill Jason, because it's usually only 3 or maybe 4 people out to do it and they sacrifice the other counselors without hesitation.
  5. I may or may not agree with that, but chicken shit or not it's hardly an exploit. It doesn't favorites one side more than the other and it's not game breaking If I shift to a door and get it slammed shut in my face and smack the counselor through it, I never feel bad when they slap me with the bat a second later.
  6. Another situation that comes to mind is if Jason morphs to the Lodge at Packanack, and decides to chase 3 unarmed counselors around the lodge, instead of trapping the phone. If I come from another cabin with the fuse, why shouldn't I drop the fuse and block the box with my own trap, if I'm not a repair counselor? He had the opportunity to place his traps, but he chose to go for the unarmed counselors and secure easier kills.
  7. What if I want to place a trap at the phone box after I repair it to stop Jason from instantly smashing it when he returns? If his disarmed trap is on the ground I can't set mine where I want to.
  8. That doesn't make it an exploit, that makes it bad game design. As long as both Jason and counselors can use it then it's fair.
  9. It's not written anywhere that Jason must trap the phone box to win. That's a tactic that was devised that helps success. There are other tactics that work also. Ive seen plenty of people wipe lobbies without setting a single trap. As silly as I think hitting through doors is, I can't see how it's argued to be exploitive. Jason can get hit and demasked through a door but Counselors can be hit and killed through it. That seems like balance.
  10. Let's talk about bear traps.

    I'll grant you that setting a trap against a wall is pretty pointless but like you said... For the record I've done that too.
  11. Violet's room should have a radio in it playing it.
  12. Adapt and overcome, not all tactics work 100 percent of the time, and not everything goes according to plan. If they won't follow you because you tebagged them, there are other ways to get their attention.
  13. Another example that is often debated is hitting through doors. I'm not 100 percent sure but I thought a dev stated that it wasn't intended but they liked it and they were going to leave it, or something to that effect. If that's the case than there really isn't much to argue. We can debate weather it would work in the real world or not, but at the end of the day it's their call. If it were written somewhere that Jason had to set a trap in a particular spot to be able to win, then the argument can be made that blocking it is an exploit.
  14. I think it's an exploit when the developers of the game acknowledge it and state that it isn't meant to be. If they're aware of it and don't believe it needs to be changed then it's fairplay. They made the game, they make the rules.
  15. Or, "Looks like they got this under control, let's go find a donut"