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  1. This post is mainly Developer targeted, only reply for change suggestions. So I was thinking so as to shutdown the groups of 5-6 counselors stunning jason and running the timer .. why not give Jason "Beast Mode" a speed and grab boost (running speed , grab speed & recovery after missing grab) for each individual counselor that is within X range , that would prevent people from being close to each other. If that doesn't sounds like a good idea... add "Anxiety" pretty much counselors get anxious of being near jason and they run slower and fighting back is pretty much risky since they have little efficiency of hitting him (or stunning him)(I know that when near Jason counselors run slower but thats when they are alone). Now a also nice touch from Steam User: Krystalmouse (https://steamcommunity.com/id/krystalmouse) He thought of an effect called "Frozen in Fear" what is does is that pretty when a counselor is near Jason for more than 20-30 (length can be adjusted) he will freeze in fear meaning that they cant hit (fight back) Jason for 10-20 seconds (again length can be adjusted). After the effect has worn off the counselor is Immune to the effect for 20 seconds and has 10 seconds to get out the dedicated range (considered that he hasn't gotten out the dedicated range resulting to the effect getting activated once again). If the counselour hits Jason during his Immunity to the effects (while within range)he gets rewarded an extra amount of XP, "Bravery". Ranged weapons will only give 50% of "Bravery" XP. The effect doesn't affect the player that has worn the sweater while telling Jason to relax and sit down (whatever it is called...). Note that Tommy Jarvis is completely immune to any of these effects So there you go devs in my opinion both would work either together or seperate. Even together if made less effective would be nice , comment what you think below or suggest anything similar
  2. I figured I'd just consolidate my ideas and feedback into a single thread. I'll just add to it if something pops in my head. Thanks for dropping in for a read. Revamping Counselor Statistics: Composure – stoicism and resolve; ability to resist fear and think clearly under pressure 1. Determines Fear accumulation/reduction rate. Higher score = slower Fear gain, faster Fear reduction. 2. Higher score equates to greater Fear pool. (Can absorb more before moving to next Fear level) 3. Inverse of score determines stumble/mumble chance. “10” = 3% +1% for each fear level gained. “9” = 5% +1% for each fear level gained. “8” = 8% +1% for each fear level gained. Et cetera. Inverse of the score also determines if the stumble actually becomes a fall to the ground. “10” score = 3% +1% for each fear level gained stumble chance and the same odds (second RNG event) that it becomes a fall down rather than a stumble. Stumble/mumble chance should be determined once every 20 seconds of jogging, sprinting, or remaining in a hiding spot. 4. Higher score speeds up the time make calls for Tommy and the Police. Increases call speed by +2% for each point of Composure (max 20% of course). 5. Passive Sense avoidance chance equal to the Composure score. Athleticism – raw athletic potential/capability; ties partially into overall physical strength 1. Higher score determines swim, jog, and run top speeds. +2% bonus for each point in the score. 2. Higher score determines dodge speed in combat stance. +2% bonus for each point in the score. 3. Higher score determines how fast a counselor recovers from the prone position (i.e. jumping through a window or getting up from a stumble fall). Recovery speed is boosted by 1% per point in Athleticism. 4. Higher score impacts melee weapon speed. +2% speed boost for each point in the score. 5. Higher scores boosts how fast a counselor climbs through a window or barricades a door. +1% speed boost for each point in the score. 6. **The combination of Athleticism and Conditioning determine the base melee damage dealt by the counselor and the % stun chance bonus for melee weapons. If a counselor, say Kenny, has a 5 in each score. He would have a combined value of 10/2 = 5 for determining melee damage. However damage is determined by the Devs???. Kenny would also have a default +5% stun chance using all melee weapons. If Bugz had values of 8 and 10, he would have a value of 18/2 = 9 for determining damage and a default bonus of +9% stun chance. Lastly, the counselor would have a % bonus to break-free from Jason’s grab equal to their combined Athleticism and Condition statistics, minus 2% for each fear level currently experienced. Using Kenny one more time as an example, he would have a 10% bonus to breaking free of Jason’s grab at 0 Fear, but would incur a -2% penalty to this passive bonus for each level of Fear he gains. Conditioning – endurance and recovery; ties partially into overall physical strength 1. Determines Stamina pool size. 2. Determines how fast Stamina is used and regenerates. 3. Determines how much damage is reduced by blocking in combat stance. +2% per point in the score. 4. Determines how much Stamina is recovered by stunning Jason, crawling through a window, breaking free of a grab, and resting in a hiding spot. 5. Inverse of score determines speed penalty. “10” = 2% speed penalty for crouching, jogging, sprinting, crawling through windows, etc. “9” = 4% penalty. “8” =6% penalty. Et cetera. Determines how fast a counselor can move when carrying the battery or gas can. 6.**The combination of Athleticism and Conditioning determine the base melee damage dealt by the counselor and the % stun chance bonus for melee weapons. If a counselor, say Kenny, has a 5 in each score. He would have a combined value of 10/2 = 5 for determining melee damage. However damage is determined by the Devs. Kenny would also have a default +5% stun chance using all melee weapons. If Bugz had values of 8 and 10, he would have a value of 18/2 = 9 for determining damage and a default bonus of +9% stun chance. Lastly, the counselor would have a % bonus to break-free from Jason’s grab equal to their combined Athleticism and Condition statistics, minus 2% for each fear level currently experienced. Using Kenny one more time as an example, he would have a 10% bonus to breaking free of Jason’s grab at 0 Fear, but would incur a -2% penalty to this passive bonus for each level of Fear he gains. Any half increments for determining strength/stun chance would be rounded up. Acumen – critical thinking (good judgement) and quick decision making 1. Determines the number of “pie slices” in the repair quick time event (QTE). 2. Determines the size of the “pie slices” in the repair QTE. 3. Determines the speed of the dial progress for a repair QTE. 4. Increases the speed to disarm Jason’s traps. Perhaps a 2% speed increase for every point in Acumen. 5. Increases the “break free” duration/difficulty of setting a counselor bear trap for Jason. +2% difficulty for each point of the Acumen score. 6. Increases the utility of melee weapons (knowing how to get more uses out of them). +3% bonus chance (per successful hit) the weapon does not break when out of durability for each point of Acumen. As an example, Deborah with Acumen 10 would have a 30% chance her melee weapon doesn’t break when its durability reaches 0. Stealth – the ability to reduce detection and go unnoticed 1. Determines the size and detectable range of sound pings. Detectable range of pings is reduced by 3% per point in the Stealth score. Size of the detectable pings is reduced by 2% per point of the Stealth score. 2. Reduces the in-game audio noise generated by the counselor (opening/closing drawers, doors, entering and exiting hidings spots, etc.) by 2% per point of Stealth. % chance equal to Stealth score certain actions will be completely silent (climbing through a window, opening/closing window or door, enter/exit a hiding spot, repair failures, stumbling/recovering from a jump-through-window.) 3. Each point in stealth improves crouching movement speed by 2%. A.J. with Stealth 10 would have her sound ping detection radius reduced by 30%, and the size of the pings reduced by 20%. Her in-game audio noise cues would have their volume reduced by 20% AND she would have a 10% chance (RNG) to make ZERO noise when completing certain actions. A.J. would also have her crouch speed increased by 20%. EXAMPLE:Grants a % chance equal to the Stealth score certain actions will be completely silent. A) Entering a window, Entering/Exiting a hiding spot, stepping in one of Jason’s traps, or failing a repair QTE. Counselors would have a total of 25 statistic points and counselor creation would follow a few simple rules. 1. No counselor (except heroes like Tommy) could have more than one stat with a value of 9-10. 2. No counselor could have more than one stat with a value of 7-8. 3. No counselor could have more than one stat with a value of 1. EXAMPLE Conversion of A.J. to new format: 6 Acumen: 2 Athleticism: 4 Composure: 3 Conditioning: 10 Stealth: So what does this mean for A.J. with her new stats based on the example? 1. 12% speed bonus to disarming Jason’s traps. 12% chance her weapon does not break when it reaches 0 durability, allowing her an additional usage of the weapon. 2. Sound ping detection radius is reduced by 30%. Size of the pings produced is reduced by 20%. In-game audio noise for actions will be reduced by 20% for proximity detection. Finally, there would be a 10% chance (per instance) that entering/exiting a window, entering/exiting a hiding spot, stepping in Jason’s traps, and failing a QTE repair check will be completely silent (non-detectable by sound or notification to Jason). 3. 6% of Jason’s melee attack damage would be blocked when using the block function. 16% speed penalty when carrying a gas can or battery. 4. Swim, crouch, and run top speeds gain a 4% bonus. 4% bonus to dodge speed while in combat stance. Climbs through windows, barricades doors, and recovers from the prone 2% faster. 5. 20% chance to stumble/mumble +1% per fear level gained past 0 fear. 20% chance that a stumble instead become as fall. 6. Speed for calling Tommy or Police is increased by 8%. 7. Passive Sense avoidance chances of 4% is always active. 8. A.J. would have a 5% stun chance bonus with all melee weapons and a 5% bonus to break-free attempts from Jason’s grab. Her effective strength score would be equal to her Athleticism and Conditioning (2+3) divided by 2 = 2.5(rounded up to 3). 3 would determine her base melee damage (Strength 3 as we know it currently). Counselors should also each have a specific unique trait that differentiates them from the playstyle and theme of other counselors. Here are a few ideas that might work: Unique Counselor Traits to go with re-vamped statistics: Adam Trait: Gearhead; if it has an engine, Adam can make it purr. · Vehicle start time is reduced by 20%. A.J. Trait: Wallflower; A.J. is an outsider and knows a lot about getting around un-noticed. · +10% movement speed when crouching. +10% stamina regeneration when alone (nobody with 30m) Brandon Trait: MVP; Brandon is a star player. Respect the Champ! · +10% melee damage. Can block Jason’s grab while in combat stance Chad Trait: Egotistical; Chad is special. You are not. That’s why Chad is rich. · +10% to all movement speeds when Jason is close AND other counselors are close (within 30m). Vehicles move 10% faster when Chad is a passenger. Deborah Trait: Quick Study; Deborah learns how things work quickly. · +10% speed boost to all non-movement actions Deborah has already done once before during the match. Eric Trait: Natural 20; Eric has faced the worst role-playing games have to offer. His lucky D20 will see him through. · Eric will automatically succeed at the first repair QTE each match. Jason will receive a sound notification (as applicable) 10 seconds after the repair has been completed. Fox Trait: Sassy; Fox isn’t afraid to get in anyone’s face. · Pocket Knife stun duration is increased by +20%. 10% chance to start match with a pocket knife. Jenny Trait: Final Girl; She is a natural survivor, even if she doesn’t realize it. · +10% sense avoidance chance when Jason has Rage. 30% chance that retrieving Pamela’s sweater from Jason’s shack does not notify Jason without his mask. Kenny Trait: Pragmatic; Kenny knows how to utilize what he has to maximum effect. · 5% chance to gain a second use out of a one-time use consumable item (shotgun, flare gun, firecrackers, med spray, etc.) Mitch Trait: Stoned; the drugs and music expand the mind dude… · +10% fear resistance. +10% chance to detect Jason in Stalk when within 10m. Tiffany Trait: Popular; Tiffany is popular for her good looks and outgoing personality. People want to be around her. · +20% fear resistance if Tiffany is not alone. This applies to her and all counselors within 10m. Vanessa Trait: Gym Rat; Vanessa takes working out seriously. It pays off. · Sprint speed increased by +10% when at maximum fear. Stamina depletion reduced by 30% when swimming. I guess then all we need is a revamped perk system, but I would recommend that no perk offers a bonus greater than 20% or has a penalty greater than 10%. Perks should make meaningful adjustments to the counselors and stack with their existing strengths. EDIT: A few unique one-use items for each counselor to start with. Unique Counselor Items – One time use/non-droppable A.J. Elastic Bracelet: The first time A.J. is grabbed by Jason, A.J. won’t drop her carried item. Adam Screwdriver: If Adam installs the car batter or boat propeller, he gives the vehicle a quick tune-up. The vehicle’s start time is reduced 5% for all counselors. Brandon Championship Ring: The first time Brandon hits Jason and breaks a counselor free from his grab, Jason’s stun time is increased by 25%. Chad Money Clip: The first melee or knife attack that hits Chad ignores all damage. Deborah Chemistry Book: The first flare gun or firecracker used by Deborah will put all his abilities on cooldown for 10 seconds in addition to the normal stun effect. Fox Flask: The first time Fox runs out of Stamina, she will regain 25% of her maximum Stamina. Jenny Family Picture: The first time Jenny reaches maximum Fear, her Fear level will be reduced by 25%. Kenny Padlock: The first door that Kenny barricades or locks has its hit points tripled. Door cannot be unlocked again. Mitch Rolling Papers: Mitch will not cry out, regardless of Fear level, the first time he is in a cabin when the power is cut. Tiffany Hairspray: The first time Tiffany is pulled from a vehicle, she will automatically break free of Jason’s grab. Vanessa Granola Bar: The first time Vanessa is reduced to limping, will be healed 25% of her maximum health. Balancing Jason v. Counselors To balance Jason, we need to establish a couple key baselines related to speed. Let’s take a minute to look establish basic movement speeds. It appears the Devs are using metric units of measure so I will do likewise. Base Counselor Crouch Speed 1 meter per second (m/s) Base Counselor Speed (walking/limping) 1 m/s Base Counselor Jog 3 m/s Base Counselor Sprint 9 m/s Base Counselor Swim 2 m/s Base Counselor Fast Swim 3 m/s All of these basic speeds are unmodified bases assuming a stat score of “0”. Individual counselor stats would modify the baseline. EXAMPLE: AJ’s base speed would be 1.04 m/s after adjusting the baseline for her Athleticism statistic. Her Jog would be 3.12 m/s, and her sprint would be 9.36 m/s. Any penalties to her speed would be assessed AFTER calculating what her base stat bonus would be after being modified by her ability score. So simply put, if her Jog Speed were penalized (such as carrying a gas can), the 3.12 m/s value would be penalized; not the unmodified baseline shared by ALL counselors. In all instances, a penalty would always be applied AFTER bonuses, regardless of the source (stats, traits, perks). This is to ensure that penalties never become trivial by being outpaced by bonuses. Jason Jason’s Slow Walk would be the equivalent of a counselor with a “0” stat in Athletics (the unmodified baseline = 1 m/s). Jason would be slow enough that even a limping counselor would still put distance between him moving at his slowest movement value (assuming no movement penalties). This would be offset by Jason have 75% reduced movement noise (footsteps) while moving at his slowest movement value. Additionally, Jason would not have his marker icon show up on counselor maps if spotted while moving at his slowest movement value or while more than 5m from an artificial/natural light source (regardless of movement speed). This adds tactical value to using his slowest form of movement. Jason Fast Walk 1.75 m/s Jason Jog 2.75 m/s Jason Swim B – 2 m/s | B + 0.25 m/s | B + 2.25 m/s Boat (B) Baseline 9 m/s Car (C) Baseline 12 m/s Jason SHIFT C – 0.50 m/s | C + 1 m/s | C + 2.50 m/s Initial balancing of Jason vs. Counselors needs to happen at the movement interaction level between him and HOW fast they can move (at an unmodified level). Weapon and Environmental Damage for Jason: Jason, counselors, and environmental objects (barricaded doors and walls) would all default to “100” hit points. When Jason reaches 100 hit points received, he loses his mask. Allow me to explain. Jason Weapon Strength Trait 20 | 25 | 34 = damage per hit A Jason with neither Weapon Strength as a negative nor positive would kill an un-perked counselor in 4 hits (25 damage). He would break down a barricaded heavy door in 4 hits (1 hit for a light door/all Jason’s). It would take 3 hits for a +Weapon Strength Jason and 5 hits for a – Weapon Strength Jason. Un-barricaded heavy doors would have 50% less hit points (50). Counselor Weapon Baseline 3 | 6 | 9 |12 (The raw strength calculation between Athleticism and Conditioning would be added to the value for the damage of the weapon used. A.J. as an example would add “3” to base damage for any weapon used. Other Jason Traits/Abilities: ALL Jason’s would have 4 Strengths and 4 Weaknesses @VoorheesAJollyGoodFellow has some pretty in-depth ideas regarding how Jason could have 4 Strengths and Weaknesses. Check out his ideas HERE! Morph (cooldown 30 seconds neutral): Jason’s should have a negative/neutral/positive attribute for almost every trait and ability. +Morph: Cooldown reduced 20% (24 seconds), precision increased (more grid points per map position). -Morph: Cooldown increased 20% (36 seconds), precision remains as neutral Shift (Cooldown 30 seconds neutral): Base speeds are determined relative to car movement speed unmodified. +Shift: Cooldown reduced 20% -Shift: Cooldown increase 20% Sense (Full recharge from 0 at 30 seconds): Sense radius is tied to Rage meter accumulation. Radius minimum starts at 100m and increases by percentage equivalent to the Rage meter being filled. 25% chance to detect in hiding spots Pre-Rage, 100% detection in hiding spots Post-Rage. This is mitigated by perks, traits, and base sense avoidance chance. There is no basic auto-detect radius. Jason has a base 50% chance to detect counselors at 0 Fear anywhere inside the detection range. For each Fear level gained, detection chance increases based on sense positive/neutral/negative attribute. +Sense: +10% detection chance per Fear level; Full recharge rate increased by +10% Neutral Sense: +5% detection chance per Fear level. -Sense: +1% detection chance per Fear level; Full recharge rated decreased by -10%. Stalk (cooldown 30 seconds neutral): +Stalk: Cooldown reduced by 20% -Stalk: Cooldown increased by 20% Rage: Increases all Jason ability cooldowns by 10%. Instant smash through doors and walls. Melee/grab/and thrown knife damage increased by 10%. Hit Points (Jason has a base of 100 hit points/masked knocked off at 0): + Hit Points: Hit points increased by 25% -Hit Points: Hit points reduced by 25% Defense: Jason default blocks 25% of all incoming damage when using the “block” function. Counselor Weapons incur a 25% degradation in durability. Block button response time .5 second. +Defense: Jason blocks 35% of all incoming damage using block; Counselor weapons incur a 35% degradation in durability. Block button responsiveness .25 sec. -Defense: Jason block 15% of all incoming damage when using block/ Counselor weapons incur a 15% degradation in durability. Block button responsiveness 1 sec. Stun Resistance: Jason’s default stun time is 6 seconds – unless he has room to fall back, in which case the duration increases to 10 seconds (this a "break free" stun which means he can get up faster, but he will auto-recover at 10 seconds). Jason will not get the option to “recover/break free” of a stun unless it is a bear trap, Pamela’s sweater, or unless he falls down. Default button taps needed to recover, for Jason, would be set at 30 taps. +Stun Resistance: Stun duration reduced by 33%; recovery difficulty, for Jason, by button taps reduced by 20%; Counselor weapon stun chance reduced by 5%. -Stun Resistance: Stun duration increased by 33%; recovery difficulty, for Jason, increased by 20% for button taps; Counselor weapon stun chance increased by 5%. Grip Strength: Jason’s default grip would deal 5 damage to a grabbed counselor; requiring 30 button presses to escape at 0 Fear. Each Fear level would increase escape difficulty by 10% of the base requirement (30/33/36/39) +Grip Strength: Button escape difficulty increased by 30%; Inflicts 10 damage on a successful grab. -Grip Strength: Button escape difficulty decreased by 10%; Inflicts no damage. Traps: All Jason’s would start with 5 traps by default. Traps would deal 50 damage when triggered. (Counselors would limp when they lose 50% of their hit points). Difficulty to escape traps is equal to difficulty to escape Jason’s grab (30 button presses base). +Traps: +2 traps over the default; difficulty to escape traps increases by 20%; Jason ALWAYS notified when the trap is triggered (pocket knife triggering is not silent), Stealth attribute of counselors can still offer a chance at non-detection. -Traps: -2 traps under the default; Difficulty to escape traps is reduced by 20%; Traps deal 30% MORE damage. Throwing Knives: Jason default starts with 2 throwing knifes. Base damage for a knife is 20 hit points. Base range for a knife is 25m. Each knife has a 5% chance to slow a counselor by 25% for 3 seconds. +Throwing Knives: Jason starts with 4 knives; base damage is increased by 20%; 10% chance to slow a counselor 25% for 3 seconds. -Throwing Knives: Jason does not start with throwing knives; based damage is reduced by 20%; No chance to slow a counselor. Menace *NEW*: All Jason’s scare their prey. Baseline Fear triggers related to Jason (as per how the Devs have it designed); baseline percentage to place a counselor at maximum fear after a grab = 10% +Menace: Counselors accumulate 20% more Fear when they see Jason, see Jason kill somebody, and when Jason breaks a window, door, or wall within 10m of them. 15% chance that being grabbed by Jason results in the counselor peaking to maximum fear. -Menace: Counselors accumulate Fear 20% less for certain Jason actions (see above); 5% chance being grabbed by Jason results in the counselor peaking to maximum fear. Awareness *NEW*: Jason’s can detect sound (by pings) at a default range of 200m. Rain reduces detection range by 10%. Noise pings of counselors will show on Jason's map if they are within 50m. +Awareness: Jason’s sound detection range increased by 25%; Sound pings show approximate position on Jason’s map out to the maximum detection range. Rain reduces detection range by 5%. -Awareness: Jason’s sound detection range decreased by 25%. Rain reduces detection range by 15%. Items: Pocket Knife: Limit of 3 per match (drawer randomized). Auto-break free from Jason’s grab. Can be used to disarm Jason’s trap; consumes the knife. 30% chance the disabled trap will not notify Jason, otherwise the notification is delayed by 10 seconds. Firecrackers: Limit (4-8) per match (drawer randomized). Affected radius 1.5m. Firecrackers will Stagger Jason (2 second recoil unless holding a counselor) and place his abilities (Morph, Stalk, Shift, Sense/not Rage) on cooldown for 5 seconds. While Staggered Jason cannot used grab-kill executions (gives counselors more chance to break free). Finally, Jason will be marked on counselors maps for 5 seconds. Flare Gun: Limit 3-5 per match (table and shelf randomized). Marks Jason on counselor’s maps for 10 seconds. Staggers Jason (2 second recoil/ will cause Jason to drop a counselor unlike Firecrackers) and will place his abilities on cooldown for 5 seconds. Deals 5 damage to Jason. Med Spray: Limit 4 per match (drawer, campsite, and bathroom randomized). Heals 50 hit points by default. Hammer and Nails *NEW*: Limit 3-5 per match (Campsite, table and shelf randomized). Can be used to fortify a locked/barricaded door. Increases hit points of a locked door by 75%. The door can no longer be opened (must be broken down). Fire Extinguisher *NEW*: Limit 3-5 per match (cabin wall mount). Hand carried. Trigger to create a dense white cloud with a 3m radius. Blocks line of sight and grants 100% sense avoidance in the area of effect. Dissipates after 10 seconds. Bear Trap: Limit 3-5 per match (dispersed in cabins). Locks Jason in place until he breaks free. Game Mode Idea from August 30th. Essentially a Check Point Run. Ok, I was giving some thoughts to potential new game modes that might be interesting. An idea popped in my head for a checkpoint run that would take place on a map. Not sure what to call this idea for a mode. Maybe "Death Race"? 1. There would be 13 checkpoints scattered throughout the map. Each counselor could see the next checkpoint that they needed to reach by arrow indicator on their mini-map and as an icon on the mini-map when they were close enough to it. 2. When a counselor reaches a checkpoint they have to interact with it to get a token (checkpoints can be indoors or outdoors). When they get the token, the next checkpoint will be annotated on the mini-map. Each checkpoint they reach they will get an XP award in addition to the token. 3. When a counselor gains all 13 tokens they can exit the map at one of the points where the cops would normally arrive. 4. Jason's task of course is to kill all of the counselors before they collect the necessary tokens and escape. 5. The whole of the map would still be usable, so counselors can hide and move through cabins as normal, or use any means they can to reach the next checkpoint to get their token. 6. No other escape options would be present on the map. No phone. No cars. No boat. No Tommy. 7. Jason would know where all the checkpoints are, but not in which order individual counselors will have to reach them. The order of checkpoints randomizes every match. What to do with bodies lying around> I was just thinking. The bodies pretty much lay around and act is fear landmines in-game. They cause the counselors to have a little jump and Fear spike, but that's about it right now. It might be pretty neat if after say ~3 minutes a body will get "moved" and strung up at a traverse-able window or in a doorway on the first floor of a nearby cabin. This could represent Jason "relocating" the counselor's corpse. Make it so the body blocks the window or door, but can be ripped down by a counselor using a simple QTE (based on Composure NOT Repair). Doing so would spike the counselor's Fear and clear the body. Make it so Jason can just approach a body in a doorway and tear it down with a button press (like breaking a window or generator). You'd have to have a few rules governing the mechanic. 1. Bodies will relocate only if no player is in line of sight to the body or the location it will randomize to. If this cannot happen, the body will not relocate and remain where it was originally. 2. Bodies will only appear on the first floor of structures. No need to have people complain how a body got nailed outside the 2nd story window at Higgin's Haven main house. 3. Bodies missing arms won't relocate. Need something to tack it up with. 4. Bodies killed outside will appear nailed up outside of cabins. External window and doorways only. Keep it randomized but bodies will not show up over shuttered windows. 5. Bodies killed inside will appear over windows and doors. The doors can be internal to the cabin or over exit doors. 6. Moved bodies will show up as a green marker on Jason's map. That way the Jason player is aware of new obstacles he has ostensibly set-up. Essentially, the bodies would become delay hazards for counselors that cause increased Fear accumulation in their radius (think radiating Fear landmine). They can be torn down but they also act it inhibit counselor's movement. Counselor's failing checks on the QTE won't notify Jason, but their Fear will spike drastically with each failure. It is a bit disconcerting tearing your buddy off of a door frame or window frame.
  3. I enjoy all parts of this update. The single player challenges were amazing, I loved hearing the counselors interact, talk, and move with the corresponding situation. I couldn't help but think how amazing it would be for there to be a "director mode" or replay editor, where you can play as Jason or a counselor and record the gameplay and go into an editor where you can change the camera angles, add sound effects, cut out unneeded footage, change the speed of the video, and overall create a cinematic video. I believe this is a great idea because the player will be able to fulfill his/her dreams and create their very own Friday the thirteenth film. Please take this idea into consideration while working on your next update. Thank you.
  4. Fireaxe: Jason pushes the counselor to the ground, he then grabs one leg and hacks it off with one swing, he then grabs the other and does the same thing, he then turns his fireaxe around to the non-bladed side and swings it into their head. Garden shears: the counselor tries to hit Jason but he cuts off their hand before they do, the counselor tries it again and get their other hand cut off, Jason then slits their throat with his garden shears. Environmental ( water stream ): Jason throws the counselor into the water and holds their head under, drowning them. Environmental ( pool ball ): Jason grabs a pool ball off the pool table and hits the counselor in the head with it once. Non-weapon ( neck snap ): Jason grabs the counselor by the neck with both his hands and snaps their neck, Jason then throws their corpse onto the ground.
  5. I have an offer to add a temporary or permanent weather element on all maps - fog. The fog would cover some part of the map and would move all over from the beginning to the end of the match. In the mist, Jason Sense's skill would not work exactly (generally it would be), from any perspective the field around would be limited even with a flashlight. That would add an element of surprise and a chance to escape Jason. - Limited field of view for everyone (for Jason, even with Sense). Players and Jason would not see the map in the preview where the fog is currently or which direction it is moving.
  6. Hey this an edit of the original post where I tweaked a few ideas on this buff or rework. Right now I'm working on unique buff ideas for each Jason so people just choose P9. I'm open for constructive criticism and ideas. Possession is a new passive ability exclusive to Part 9 Jason where Jason can possess the corpse of a counselor he has killed. This ability would replace Stalk and maybe Rage Mode. How it works is a button prompt will appear over a corpse which, when pressed Jason will disappear, the corpse would regain all limbs and heal all injuries then stand up with Jason controlling them. The counselor wouldn't be affected by fear, would have infinite stamina, and max stats. In counselor form Jason cannot shift or morph however he is always in Stalk and doing repairs would sabotage objectives making them take much longer to complete for other counselors. Jason will also be able to climb through windows in this form but when grabs a counselor his body explodes blood before turning back into Jason, now ability to kill his prey. I know what you may be thinking, "this is OP" and to that I say good. Jason should be OP with some restrictions which can be in place with lack of morph and shift in counselor for and with stalk and rage being taken away. Well you maybe thinking "if Jason uses then it's a free kill" and to that I say no. Jason in counselor form wouldn't be able to pick up weapons and friendly fire. The only things he could do is sneak into cabins, sabotage and the grab which would blow his cover. "Everyone would just play part 9 Jason all the time" well I'm working on a solution for that by giving each Jason a unique buff. This idea is for fans of horror, suspense and need a challenge as counselor. I'm open for constructive criticism with your thoughts and opinions on how this could be tweaked. ----------------------------------------------------- In summary Jason Strengths: - Shift - Stun Resistance - Possession Weaknesses: - Can't Run - Low Hp - Traps Possession Form Strengths: - Counselor Map - Stalk - Max Stats - Infinite Stamina - Window Climbing - Sabotage Weaknesses: - No Shift - No Morph - Stun Resistance - Low Defense
  7. So I'm new to this website but I've been a fan of the series for a long time and I love the game very much and I have an idea for a Pamela game mode and I would like to share it with you guys, maybe it could traction and maybe the devs will see it and like it! I'm not expecting anything and there's probably a few grammatically errors but here it goes! Pamela is a vengeful mother out for blood however she is human unlike our hockey masked zombie friend, Jason. Instead of brute force and supernatural powes Pamela will rely completely on stealth and instant kills on suspecting counselors however she can be killed in 1 hit as well. To compensate for all of this there is only a few weapons on the map, 3 baseball bat to stun and 1 machete to kill Pamela and the machete is hidden with Pamela's car. So now let's get into the specifics on how Pamela works. Before the match starts, in the customization menu you can select 1 of 3 weapons to start with, Hunting Knife, Machete or Axe. When the match starts Pamela in a random cabin in a closet. When in hiding places such as closets or under beds, Pamela can Morph to any hiding spot on the map, meaning she can get into cabins without being seen. When you exit your hiding place you have the Stalk effect on in other words means there isn't any music playing to warn counselors your near until you are spotted. Now let's say you're in a cabin with another counselor, when unseen a button prompt will appear over a counselor, when close enough you can press the button and Pamela with preform a stealth kill. Well now your probably thinking now, what's the counselors objectives, how do they escape? Well the counselors are aware they're in danger, the match starts with a cut scene of Chad finding a dead body in a closet before doing the famous Chad face before the camera pans to outside of the cabin of Pamela hiding then boom match starts. So the counselors are aware of Pamela's presence, now they need to repair they need to call the police by following these steps: - Find gas - Fill up main generator with gas - Find the 2 fuses - Repair the phone box - Call police - Counselor revives as officer - Wait for back up - Reach the exit ----------------------------------------------------- Pamela Weapons: - Hunting Knife - Axe - Machete Strengths: - Run - Climb through windows - Hide - Stealth Morph - Weapon Strength - Stealth kill - Always in stalk until spotted Weaknesses: - Can't Shift - Low HP - Low stun resistance - Can't Grab
  8. Originally Posted on Steam by me: http://steamcommunity.com/app/438740/discussions/0/1700542332341268583/ Hello everyone! I just thought of two new Jason ideas that I thought would be pretty neat. One of them would add a gameplay change to him. So the first idea is pretty basic, in fact, it might have already been said on the forums, but I thought it would be cool if Jason had his own emotes, they'd have to be realistic towards his character and I have a couple ideas: Crack Neck - Cracks your own neck. Rainy Day - Takes your weapon and flicks it to get blood off. Kneel - Uses the same animation for when Tommy knocks him down. Does not kill Jason though and can stay in this state for as long as you want. Time Out - Does not work with Part 2 or Part 5 (Roy Burns), but Jason raises his hockey mask up to show his disfigured face (like the scene from Part 3 after he's hanged). My only son... - Part 5 (Roy Burns) only, Roy takes out his wallet with his sons picture and cries for his son. Hallucination - Only works in water, but Part 1 Kid Jason or Part 3 Undead Pamela rises up to the water for a few seconds and goes back down. Was also thinking about Jason to have the choice of using Regular Jason, Part 1 Kid Jason or Part 3 Undead Pamela for rocking the boat and drowning people. At least Part 1 Jason would be nice though because he actually has a model. Above Water - Only works in water, Rises up in the water for a few seconds only to go back down. List your own emote ideas if you want to too lol The other idea I have is a Gameplay Change... Basically, if you guys remember, Jason, Pamela, Roy, all of them liked to move bodies after they killed them. I was wondering what everyone would think if we could like, let's say, press E near a dead body to pick them up and then your abilities would be changed to 4 different pictures of what you can do with the bodies. It'll be like how you can choose kills too with what you do with the bodies. Also, you don't have to carry bodies to your intended place as I imagine it would take too long with slow-moving Jason, although to balance this, let's just say that once you move a body, there is no way for you to move it again. To move the body though, you press what you want to do with the body and the map pops up like how it would for morph and you get the red dot, well wherever you put the red dot is where it'll put the body (more or less, wherever the closest place you can put the body it'll place) So here's a couple ideas I have for what you can pick for moving the bodies. Crispy Hangings - Does the Crispin Glover Nail Hanging onto a door bit which can block the door, Survivors can remove the body though to get through, but they will have to do a skillcheck (higher composure allows you to get rid of it easier). If Jason is also blocked by the body, he can just rip the body off the door like in the movie. He cannot place it back on the door though. (Needs arms and legs still) Weekend At Bernie's - places the body in a nearby chair. Shelly's Pass - Places a body in a closet that when opened, the opener gets immediately spooked when the body flies out. Hanging Tree - A body is hanged by a tree. (Needs Head still) Upside-Down Hanging Tree - A body is up in a tree until someone goes closer in which it fall upside down and spooks them. (Like in Part 3 with Loco). Nailed - A body is nailed in the throat against a tree (Like in Part 5). (Needs Head still) Like Mother, Like Son - A body is nailed against a door with arrows (Like Bill's death in Part 1). Bedsheet Hanged - A body is against the wall with bedsheets holding them. (Like in Part 2). Stowaway - A body is placed in the boat which must be skillchecked in order to be removed. (Higher Composure and Higher Strength will come in handy). Those are all the ideas I have for what you can do with bodies, list your own too if you have any
  9. The Camp Crystal Lake Research Facility from Jason X would be a cool map I think. Also while on this line of thinking the Research Facility could be a very good in cannon way to bring other killers to the camp. Think about it, When has a Government group ever just kept one asset in a place like that. The Research Facility could very well be a place that the govenment brings killers like Mike Meyers, Leatherface, Chucky, what ever supernatural killer to be studied and stored. I mean they had a cryo unit ready for Jason because they could not kill him maybe they had others we didn't see in storage. A intro scene could be A cryo pod failing and which ever killer escapes and goes on a rampage at the camp. This could also add a call the military option instead of the cops and maybe get a new way to kill jason with a Soldier hero instead of Tommy. Instead of a sweater you need to find a special radio that triggers a swat ambush like in jason goes to hell when the soldier is in place like Tommy has to be. I'm not saying that they should do this just saying the Camp Crystal Lake Research Facility is a easy way to logically bring in guest killers from a story stand point. Just killing time waiting for the new patch.
  10. Now, I know the topic of the Friday reboot is debatable: some people liked it, some didn't. But, I believe that, after Uber Jason, Reboot Jason would be a nice addition. Here's what the stats might look like: WEAPON: For a weapon reboot would probably use a basic machete. I know part 7 Jason uses a machete but there are like 3 Jasons with axes. Not 100% about the kills bc I'm not that creative. STRENGTHS: Reboot would definitely have traps as one of his strengths as he often uses traps in his movie. Another strength would be "can run". Now, this may be a crazy idea but I believe the not only should reboot run, but he should sprint. I know that sounds stupid but hear me out because I think this is justified and balanced. Justified because of the fact he's extremely agile in his movie and balanced because of his weaknesses. His final strength would be stalk. In his movie, reboot Jason is not only agile but stealthy and I think this would both make sense and be balanced. EDIT: another, alternate, strength could be throwing knives for the same reason as traps (this Jason was very dependable on "gadgets"). However, I personally believe stalk would be better and the other two should stay. WEAKNESSES: Now, as I mentioned earlier, reboot would need lots of weaknesses to make him fully accurate. But, since we only have three to work with, first I'll pick defense. This would make sense as Jason is only a human in the reboot, not a reanimated space-zombie parasite. In all seriousness though, I think this and health would be two weaknesses that help to balance out reboot. Now, the final choice was tough as i could have picked from any of these three but, I believe that morph would be a good weakness that could balance out reboot. Not only is this because he is already a very agile character (having full capability of his shift and a sprint) but it's the least plausible ability for him to have. Yes, we never see him shift in the movie but, he could always sense in some way by using his senses (idk). EDIT: I think stun resistance could also be a weakness for the reason that reboot is a human (I know 2, 3 and 4 [and 5] are also human but I think it would fit a fast Jason to be easier to stun [for a chance to get away]). Thank you for reading this pitch for the possibility of reboot / part 11/12 (depending on if you include Freddy V Jason). Please feel free to reply if you have any better ideas on how he could be implemented.
  11. What if Jason could destroy unattended items that have already dropped? For example, breaking the fuse or battery on the ground next to the car (they could just modify the radio destroy animation) or puncture a hole in the gas? This would modify counselors' gameplay to be more strategic with their vehicle/phone part ferry decisions, and since counselors can still see the dropped part that they had to hide from Jason, they could still find it again later, albeit with possibly more searching or communication. Also, say the 2 seater was gassed up, but Vanessa left the gas by the 4 seater and Jason punctured the can, leaking it all over. NOW the game plan and decisions for the counselors just got more interesting.
  12. I was really thinking about paranoia and how it would work and so I thought how would Roy pull off being a woman and so I came up with this solution if your selected counselor is a male it will have a 50% chance of being Roy At the end of the game he will put on his blue chevron mask if your selected counselor is a woman it has a 50% chance of being Pamela Voorhees At the end of the game Pamela takes of the mask of the character you were playing as for either gender their is a 50% chance that you will be possessed At the end of the game Jason’s heart bursts from your characters chest
  13. From part 9 their was a dagger that could kill Jason that I think would be a great thing to implement into the game along with lore friendly steps to get it jessica Kimble a new hero(randomly chooses tommy or Jessica) the dagger a new end cutscene a new way to kill Jason now here are the steps if this dlc was to occur call Jessica get Pamelas sweater get the dagger from a glass case the takes a lot of damage to break stun Jason with Pamela’s sweater and hit him with the dagger while he’s on his knees go behind him as Jessica with the dagger and interact with Jason. At this point it will feature a cutscene showing Jason getting dragged to hell 50/50 chance Jessica will spawn you only have 3 hits with the dagger until it breaks
  14. I think as a counter to all the pocket knives Jason should have more traps. Or maybe be able go back to his cabin and get more. I think this would make counslers have to use them more often and balance things a bit more. I personally Have no Problem dealing with it because I expect them all to have multiple knives. But I can see how some do not enjoy getting the knife every time they go for the kill Pulls you right out of the game if you let it. So yeah I think Jason should be able to have more traps. Hell players can see the traps anyway and avoid them unless they are on an objective. Also maybe let jason set traps in the house or be able to use the bear traps. Give Jason some options and change up how he hunts. Just an opinion.
  15. I have thought of a 2 weapon kill ideas for each Jason which I think would be great additions! pickaxe: Jason throws the counselor on the ground and they turn to their stomach trying to crawl away, Jason then stabs them in their lower back dragging them to him, he then hits them in back of their head killing them. Kill 2: Jason stabs the counselor in the left side of stomach and pulling the pickaxe to the right 3 times ( because it gets stuck.). axe: Jason uses the back side of his axe to hit the counselors jaw clean off. Kill 2: Jason turns the counselor around putting the axe handle around their neck, Jason grabs both sides of the axe and snaps their neck. machete: MKX Jason X-ray, if you haven't seen Jason's MKX X-ray go see it! I would like that to be a kill minus the X-ray part. Kill 2: Jason slits the counselors throat and watches them die. Simple but brutal in my opinion. spear: Jason brings the counselor to his knees and stabs them in their head all the way through their body. Kill 2: Jason stabs the counselor in the stomach bringing them to their hands and knees and then he stabs them in their back. Like placing a flag. pitchfork/trident: Jason throws the counselor on the ground and stabs them multiple times in the back. Kill 2: Jason stabs the counselor in the stomach, then he stabs them in their face and rips their head off. fireaxe: Jason throws the counselor on their back and slashes at their face jaw to head. ( reference to part 7.). Kill 2: Jason grabs the top of the counselors head and decapatates them. double sided axe: Jason turns the counselor around and hits them in the back, ( the axe stays in their back.) he turns them back around, picks them up and throws them on their back ( reference to the reboot.). Kill 2: Jason swings his axe to the top of the counselors head splitting it open. i have no kill ideas for part 4. what do you guys think? You think some of these should be in the game or not?
  16. Ok, I was giving some thoughts to potential new game modes that might be interesting. An idea popped in my head for a checkpoint run that would take place on a map. Not sure what to call this idea for a mode. Maybe "Death Race"? 1. There would be 13 checkpoints scattered throughout the map. Each counselor could see the next checkpoint that they needed to reach by arrow indicator on their mini-map and as an icon on the mini-map when they were close enough to it. 2. When a counselor reaches a checkpoint they have to interact with it to get a token (checkpoints can be indoors or outdoors). When they get the token, the next checkpoint will be annotated on the mini-map. Each checkpoint they reach they will get an XP award in addition to the token. 3. When a counselor gains all 13 tokens they can exit the map at one of the points where the cops would normally arrive. 4. Jason's task of course is to kill all of the counselors before they collect the necessary tokens and escape. 5. The whole of the map would still be usable, so counselors can hide and move through cabins as normal, or use any means they can to reach the next checkpoint to get their token. 6. No other escape options would be present on the map. No phone. No cars. No boat. No Tommy. 7. Jason would know where all the checkpoints are, but not in which order counselors will have to reach them. The order of checkpoints randomizes every match. What do you think? @Gertz
  17. So this will sound familiar to anyone who has seen the Part 6 film. I would like to propose a new method ok killing Jason Voorhees. This would involve introducing 2 new items/objects into the game: namely a boulder and a chain. The chain could be picked up and stored in an inventory slot. The boulder could spawn randomly on the map, and because of its weight anyone carrying it would be unable to jog or sprint. The challenge would be to get the boulder onto the boat, repairing the boat (the usual way), and then attaching the chain onto the boulder. Once this setup is completed, the boulder and chain would take up the second seat on the boat. It would be up to Tommy to take the boat out onto the lake. The trap would spring once Jason tips the boat, and he would then drown just like he did in the movie! To go with this heavy object mechanic, I also though of maybe adding a new escape vehicle. Something big like a VW van, which could fit up to 6 counselors. In addition to the gas, keys and battery, the van would be missing a tire. The tire would have to be carried slowly while walking from a random spawn location. Let me know what you think.
  18. I'm sure this has already been a topic of discussion or a suggestion. First off I'd like to state that the game is awesome. I play it more often than anything else. One issue that I find really annoying is playing through a match and accomplishing things as a counselor or Jason that gain cp and xp only to get booted from the match before it has officially ended. Therefore all the progress that I've made during the match completely goes out the window as I do not receive any points. At the very least, It would be cool to immediately receive points if you escape or survive a match as a counselor before the match has officially ended. As for Jason, it would be cool to immediately give him points for kills and his progression through the match as well. When the host leaves the match it kills it for everyone. Please do something about this. There are days where i commitedly play for several hours at a time and every other match the host disrupts the game. Even on double xp days I'm stuck on the same level because I'm not able to accrue any xp from matches that were ended mid game. Please find a way to control this issue. Thanks
  19. In some of the houses and packanack their are golf clubs it would be cool if you could use them to kill the players as a environmental kill
  20. i think it would be super awesome if they added this emote
  21. @GunMedia_Ben @Gertz I was just thinking. The bodies pretty much lay around and act is fear landmines in-game. They cause the counselors to have a little jump and Fear spike, but that's about it right now. It might be pretty neat if after say ~3 minutes a body will get "moved" and strung up at a traverse-able window or in a doorway on the first floor of a nearby cabin. This could represent Jason "relocating" the counselor's corpse. Make it so the body blocks the window or door, but can be ripped down by a counselor using a simple QTE (based on Composure NOT Repair). Doing so would spike the counselor's Fear and clear the body. Make it so Jason can just approach a body in a doorway and tear it down with a button press (like breaking a window or generator). You'd have to have a few rules governing the mechanic. 1. Bodies will relocate only if no player is in line of sight to the body or the location it will randomize to. If this cannot happen, the body will not relocate and remain where it was originally. 2. Bodies will only appear on the first floor of structures. No need to have people complain how a body got nailed outside the 2nd story window at Higgin's Haven main house. 3. Bodies missing arms won't relocate. Need something to tack it up with. 4. Bodies killed outside will appear nailed up outside of cabins. External window and doorways only. Keep it randomized but bodies will not show up over shuttered windows. 5. Bodies killed inside will appear over windows and doors. The doors can be internal to the cabin or over exit doors. 6. Moved bodies will show up as a green marker on Jason's map. That way the Jason player is aware of new obstacles he has ostensibly set-up. Essentially, the bodies would become delay hazards for counselors that cause increased Fear accumulation in their radius (think radiating Fear landmine). They can be torn down but they also act it inhibit counselor's movement. Counselor's failing checks on the QTE won't notify Jason, but their Fear will spike drastically with each failure. It is a bit disconcerting tearing your buddy off of a door frame or window frame. Thoughts?
  22. So I had a thought, mainly about the aspect of each Jason using their weapons uniquely and having a unique weapon. While Uber had a machete, we have that weapon with Part 7. What if Uber was "bare handed"? his attack would be a sweeping punch and he'd use a smashing fist to knock down doors since his right arm is mechanized. It would be shorter range on his normal attack, but the bonus being that his grab animation uses two hands and allows him to grab two counselors, an emphasis on how strong this super Jason is. Pocket knives would still work the same way, but only someone who is holding one would get free, so if he grabs two at the same time, the only one who drops out of his hand is the one who had the knife. It would encourage counselors to run and less to do the two person buddy system of slapping jason over and over again if he grabbed both of you at once and could kill you both instantly. It might require a bit much programming work so it probably wouldn't be a thing and Uber would end up with his future machete, possibly holding his "old" machete in his left hand. Dunno, share your thoughts.
  23. I know this has been talked about before but I just want to know why you still can't switch weapons for Jason! It would be simple, go to the current Jason your on, go to " Weapon ", click it, and the choose the weapon you want that Jason to have. Maybe your saying " but it would be weird to see part 2 running around with the trident." Well they could use the place holder models for the spear and pitchfork. If they do decide to put this in the game I have a personal request, if select the machete for part 6 can the machete on his utility belt be gone?
  24. New Counselors will the characters from Unfriended Cast; Blaire Lily, Laura Barns, Mitch Roussel, Jessica "Jess" Felton, Adam Sewell, Ken Smith, and Valerie "Val" Rommel They have different stats, clothes and voice acting / Instead of Jason return, they said Jason is Real / New achievements: -Unfriendly Fashion - Have Laura Burns wear the Pamela Sweater -We're BFFs!! - Blarie and Laura survived -WTF?!!? - Kill Valerie first -Off-lined - Kill Laura last Stats ; Highest Composure - Laura Burns Highest Stamina - Valerie Rommel Highest Stealth - Blaire Lily Highest Luck - Adam Sewell Highest Strength - Mitch Roussel Highest Repair - Ken Smith Highest Speed - Jessica Felton
  25. I think it would be cool if we were able to make our own custom counselor ; Though I feel this idea would work better if the game had a single player mode. I don't know, would that be too much to ask?
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