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  1. Just the other night I had death with a teamer who had the car keys and waited until I fixed the yellow car then ran to grab it. I had already left the area to search for keys or anything else. It was a Vanessa who drove to the exit but didn't escape. That was a red flag to me so I avoided it. The other Deborah was also trying to fix the other car so I went to try to assist. No sign of Jason but then the yellow car shows up honking the horn. Like an idiot, I got in only to be taken right to Jason. After I died, they went after the other Deborah who fell for it too before I could warn her. I hate teamers with a passion and wish they had their own private lobbies where they can mess things up for each other and let the rest of us play the game as it was intended. Cheers and game on, my friends
  2. I'd have to say Shelly over the rest, with no disrespect meant for those who main him. Every time I've had to play him because of the random selection, i usually last about 2 minutes. Every other counselor I've played lasted longer. Granted, my game play has to adjust to each counselor, but even so Shelly just doesn't work for me. To each their own. Cheers, and game on, my friends
  3. Thanks, bro. And you're right about building each other up. I'm an old school gamer who played team games like xbox Conflict DesertStorm when the best feeling came when your team worked together and completed the mission. Although F13 is more or less a different genre, theres a place for the team building environment here. It's a whole lot better than snarling at each other
  4. I always viewed shift as a video game way to make real Jason's movie ability to catch up to his fleeing victims, whether you chalk it up to superhuman ability or his backwoods knowledge of the terrain to find shortcuts. But I will say that without shift, stopping an escaping car is very difficult if not near impossible. Plus Vanessa would be literally able to jog, pause, rest, and jog out of reach again for the entire match, making chasing her an exercise in futility. If you remove shift, then you will need to slow down the counselors as well. Just my humble opinion. Cheers and game on, my friends
  5. I've said it before, but I would like to see Part 9 Jason possess counselor bodies as one of his weapon kills.
  6. Someway to spray the gas over Jason and set him on fire with the flare gun
  7. World needs more sportsmanship like that and not the hostility generated these days. I miss the days of system linking 2 tvs and 2 xbox consoles together and having eight friends duke it out on halo ce all night long. Sure, venon came out, but at the end we split pizzas and laughed it out. No one does that anymore
  8. Although I prefer Part 2 myself, I've noticed the vast majority of Jasons I've encountered are Part 3 and Part 7. It's also odd that I hardly ever see any Part 4 Jasons anymore, maybe one in ten or so.
  9. I actually have 3 in mind. The first and foremost is the punk kid in Part 5 who had a road flare shoved into his mouth. The second is Shelley in Part 3 who had his throat slit but it took him a long time to bleed out and die, especially when he could have gotten help from Chili had she realized his wound was not a prank in time. And finally I go with Derek, also from Part 3, who had his head squeezed, which caused his eyeball to pop out. Just my opinion. Cheers
  10. Your logic and reasoning is right on the money. I don't think there is anyone on this forum or a fan of F13 that isn't itching for this lawsuit to be over and F13 move forward. Any news and/or rumors are welcome at this point, either fact or fiction. We are all brothers of the machete here, and united in the hope for future content. That is where our energy should be focused on. Cheers, and game on, my friends
  11. Totally agree. Believe it or not, I still have working consoles of Nintendo, Playstation, and xbox. One of the games that still works from time to time is the NES version of F13. Goofy and crude by today's standards, sure, but awesome for back then. And I played that one simply because it's an F13 game. Sometimes it's not about achievements, points, or power ups. It's simply because you have fun playing it. So I agree with you about being deaf to the critics. Just enjoy the game. That's what matters in the end. Cheers, and game on, my friends
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