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  1. I'm just curious, are you that starved for attention that you find fulfillment in shitposting on an F13 board with, like 20 people left that still frequent it? Or do you have a gimmick like this for a bunch of different message boards, and it's kind of a collective thing?
  2. I've explained my loadout and the reasoning behind it on a couple recent threads, so apologies if this is repetitive for some. I'm not making a claim that these are the "best". I don't have the knowledge or skills of an uber metagame player, nor is that a thing that would interest me. I've been running Preparedness & Nerves of Steel basically from the start. Know where you are right from the beginning and never lose sight of it, even with Jason up your ass. It's my security blanket. Don't touch my blankie. My third is My Dad's A Cop. Yes, it's situational. Fully acknowledged. But boy is it nice having a full minute or more shaved off of having to screw around with Jason. And that shaved off time benefits everyone that hasn't died already.
  3. If it was an accident, it was an accident. You weren't purposely trying to cheat or exploit anything, just the way things go sometimes with a buggy game.
  4. I don't play Jason but when I'm spectating I'll see it from time to time (PS4), the counselor just falls out of Jason's grab before the kill is executed. It's not exclusive to F13, though. Apex Legends you have teammates pissing and moaning the second they catch a stray bullet, and either disconnect before their death box touches the ground or ping incessantly after they die. And don't even get me started on Overwatch. Just the nature of online gaming. Every community has its little bitches that can't handle losing.
  5. There's a thread of logic to what you're saying. I should probably slap Marathon on my Deb because I suck at stamina management, but my normal loadout contains three "quality of life" perks, as I call them, that I just don't want to be without. Preparedness and Nerves of Steel are more or less self-explanatory, but I guess I'll explain them anyway. Preparedness, I want to know from the start where I am, where the other counselors are, and where the objectives are, so that the second I find a part I know where I'm headed next. Yes, it's fairly likely that you'll find a map quickly, but those instances when you DON'T... very frustrating. Just one less thing to think about. Plus, as a potential Sweater Girl, I can take inventory of where Jason's shack might be from the get-go. Nerves of Steel is also indispensable to me. As a fixer, a smart Jason *will* be up your ass. Being that Deb doesn't have the physical tools to outmaneuver Jason, I need to know where I'm taking her and can't afford to lose that mini map. Plus it's just personally disorienting for me to have a thing I had been relying on during the match suddenly taken away. Third is just a personal preference: My Dad's A Cop, which synergizes more with a Fixer counselor than it would a Brawler or a Runner. I've heard it knocked as a highly situational perk, and I don't deny that it absolutely is. However, its utility amplifies an objective that helps *every* counselor (that's still alive). Plus... as an experiment, just sit there and do nothing for a full minute. Sure feels like a long time when you think of it that way, yeah? Now imagine having that much time scraped off of you having to worry about Jason. And, there's also the validation of having your fellow counselors cheer "Oh, hell yeah! Nice!" when they see the 3:54 (in my case) pop up instead of 5:00. Makes you feel appreciated.
  6. Unfortunately, the simple fact is that some people are most entertained by ruining someone else's experience. Fair competition and teamwork isn't stimulating enough for them, so they resort to doing things to get a reaction in order to get their fulfillment. Not helped either by a society that rewards and validates stupidity with clicks.
  7. Think it kind of depends on who you're running. If you're playing a brawler like Buggzy, take the healing. Repair counselor, I'd take the cop time. I'm biased towards cop time myself but trying to consider other playstyles.
  8. Announcement came across a little while ago. Now we have something to lessen the sting of fellow counselors running us over on purpose, or 12 year old Jason players saying "Hewwo, wanna be my friend?" the second they morph to your cabin because you invariably get spawned at the big house, phone house, or Tommy house.
  9. Would love to one day nab the elusive Legendary MDAC and get that full 90 seconds shaved off of cop time.
  10. But Spongebob always folds his clothes before running around.... in the nuuuude!
  11. You're talking completely in the buff? Not Thong Tiffany or Speedo Chad?
  12. Because playing one of the other bajillion games out there isn't an option? You absolutely must be a douche canoe and wipe out players trying to have a fair match, because you're bored?
  13. He's either a very lonely individual whose oxygen is to shitpost and watch everyone react, or a very dense individual who thinks that everything, short of stringing Jason up by his ankles and beating him like a pinata, is a conspiracy against the counselor players.
  14. Depends on the situation when I spawn and look at the map. If I see Jason tunneling some poor sap that's off by himself, I'll try to go shoot Jason in the face to buy the counselor some time. If things are quiet, I'll try and sniff out where the shack is, and if it's convenient to pick up an objective or two on the way I'll do it. If there's already a big Jason brawl going on, depends on if they've already got the sweater or not (not super excited about people getting the sweater without a Tommyguard, but I digress). I used to be 100% Chad-mode escape guy. Wasn't confident in my abilities / didn't want the responsibility / couldn't be arsed. But I put myself out there a couple times and realized it's not that difficult. I still don't *like* doing it, per se, but I can if called upon. That said, as much as it's unhelpful to the lobby, it is funny to imagine Tommy arriving at the camp, taking inventory of the situation, and being like "f--- this noise, I'm out of here", and just booking it to the cop exit.
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