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Risinggrave last won the day on February 11 2019

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    owns a bloodied shovel.

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  1. I didn't like it. It's not as bad as JGTH, but it sucked.
  2. @Super Ty Now you can drown me in a toilet instead of that damned headpunch!
  3. What gets me is when skilled players do this. I respect a player more who loses a counselor or two doing longer kills, or uses varied kills over the one who just spazzes out a quick choke because he's too afraid somebody might escape. Here is my take on it. If you prep for it as a counselor, often times slasher Jason's are rather impotent. If you have a weapon and health spray you have the advantage. I'm not too worried about the low to mid tier slashers. If he wants to chase me around, slashing when he can, I'll just keep spraying while my pals call their dad or fix the car. I'm not too impressed with slashers. I'm also not impressed with the guy who keeps quick choking or head punching. It definitely requires more skill to shift grab or outmaneuver a foe to get the grab. At the end of the day, I play with a consistent group and my stance has long been this. In matches with strangers, play how you want to play. in matches with pals, play the way the majority wants. If they get pissed because you only slash, and you won't adapt, you'll soon wonder why you're not getting invites to play.
  4. indeed. I'm cool with it though. I think that it balances out how easy it is to kill Jason. If it's not Tommy with an axe pulling double duty, it's been a bat. We were thinking it might be Tommy having to do the stun and the kill, but even with Adam slugging him with some wood, it's been more miss than hit.
  5. Firecrackers have helped me defend the phonebox more than any other tool. I realize post rage they are not useful, but before that they are beasty in the right hand.
  6. You should have noted the context that it was a lvl 150 Jason teamer whose buddy stole the prop, drove the car out alone with Jason opting to ignore them as they drove right by, and likely used party chat to assist and he still couldn't get past your Scooby Doo routine.
  7. If the player is good with shift, that Jason is a beast.
  8. I'm not gonna jump down your throat over it, and I get not liking to deal with squeakers, music players or most others foolishness. But being 2-3 deep in private chats is a big advantage. Coordination from the get go without Jason being able to hear you? It's definitely putting the game on easy mode. I'm not saying that Jason was right to cheat, but complaining about him being underhanded when you're pulling shenanigans is bull. Good job on your kill, but next time just mute the fools who don't add to the game, even if that is the whole lobby, or at least don't inform us you're playing in party chat.
  9. Hanging out in party chat, and you have the nerve to complain about the other guy cheating? Trollish and hypocritical.
  10. When CLC didn't respond, and with our Thur group downsizing, I dropped it. However, if there is enough interest to get the numbers we'd need for a team, I'm in*. *Having been a switch hitter for @Zaneygrrl's group, the big question I'd have is how we'd work out who is Jason. I'm thinking personally, we take the interested parties and rotate. It might lose us the gold, but I'm personally ok with that. I'm not as interested in never having the option to play as Jason.
  11. I think I screwed up my wording. I had pulled an all nighter. I think it's weak to just go into the water or morph to a far corner of the map. It's not running and hiding to play defensively was what I hope people got out of the above statement. Yeah, I think many expect Jason to roll over at that point. I had a really fun game on Pinehurst with a group who barricaded themselves in the lone cabin North of the main lodge. I grabbed knives as I waited on cooldowns, would morph away Stalk/Shift by a window and chuck some at sweater girl. Broke all the doors and window and took my time. I'd come in and shift out before morphing to safety as needed. Then I'd walk back for another go. They never did run too far outside to engage me, but a timeout at that point would be on them. It's not like I wasn't in play. I managed to shift away from the killing blow and with it being Pinehurst and no objectives done, it was just a matter of mopping up after.
  12. That's not true if by "run and hide" you mean in the deep water or something. If you expect that Jason should just blindly blunder into his death, that's a flaw in your thinking. In my case, in private matches people generally get objectives done and get out. In public, well, they just haven't been able to pull it off. I'm the sort who pulls back when in danger. I will let powers charge up before engaging and go for an attrition approach. Thrown knives, a few slashes and shift out. Playing defensively at that point makes the team fight my fight. Even then, I came close a time or two to dying. I know going up against the right group will eventually see me killed, but that simply hasn't happened yet.
  13. That's pretty cool, actually. Also fuckin' Chad. Glad to see him get his.
  14. We generally get together between 7 pm and 9 Central. Most often, Hanson, Guy and I will be on early, with any stragglers coming in later. We run shop to between midnight and two AM on average, Though @TheHansonGoons is a pumpkin and leaves earlier than anybody. He's a wiener like that. Give me your gamertag and I'll toss you a friend notification. I'm "Rising Bean" on the Box if you'd prefer to send me one.
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