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I saw something interesting today playing against someone using retro Jason on Xbox. I was in a house, Jason saw me and came over to the door. I had trapped it and was standing near a window. He broke through the door and and I climbed out the window (hearing the distinctive *clink* of the the bear trap and getting my 50xp for Trapper). Instantaneously as I cleared the window Jason grabbed me out the outside of the building. Dafuq? He walked into the trap and it credited me with the action, but it did nothing to stop him. Later in the same match I was spectating. Saw a counselor go in through that same door and they got caught in my trap. Apparently, it registered as triggered but didn't. Jason comes after that counselor. That counselor resets the trap. Jason grabs her and walks right through the trap. It "triggers" but doesn't snap shut on his foot. Jason kills the counselor. Is this a glitch anyone else has seen happen? Jason wasn't blocking or anything like that. He simply was unaffected by the traps.
Hello All! I regularly play with a group of friends who are of the thought that Jason doing any of the following is an "Exploit". I need to know if they are truly exploits or if they are part of the game: 1. Jason using block while in combat stance to block incoming attacks when entering a door he just broke down. 2. Jason using block while in combat stance to walk over bear traps unscathed. 3. Jason using block while in combat stance to block the effects of fire crackers. 4. Jason using block while in combat stance to block the flare gun. 5. Jason using combat stance to break down doors faster than he normally would. Here is my problem. I have a personal, zero-tolerance policy for other players, public or private, trying to dictate how I play the game, either as Jason or Counselor. I don't listen to "No Instakill" or "No Shift+Grab." or anything similar. It seems like there's always that contingent of players who think they can tell others how to play, no matter what the online game. Outside of exploits, bugs, cheating, or anything else that the programmers did not intend to be part of the regular game, I leave no options off the table as Jason. In this scenario with my friends, I neither want to: A ) Use any of the above strategies if any of them are in fact exploits nor B ) Be told incorrectly that I cannot do these things if they in fact are part of the game. If the above strategies are truly part of the game, and I cannot convince my friends that these are fair game, I will be finding another group of friends to play with. Please enlighten me here. Thanks in advance. -Espionage Cosmo