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So I've seen people mention how they'd like a redheaded counselor possibly added and I wanted to know what would her (or his) trope possibly be? Some are saying the mean girl if she ends up not being a blonde. Other than the mean girl, there's not a whole lot of tropes left. Any ideas?
Edit - Trope/Role - "The Daredevil" Age - 17/18 @Randygbk Stats (Read far below for breakdown on why) Composure - 8 Luck - 7 Speed - 7 Stamina - 5 Repair - 3 Strength - 3 Stealth - 2 Character Model Designed By Me @ShiftySamurai @GunMedia_Ben @Gertz @[IllFonic]Courier @[IllFonic]illwill @wes Hope you guys like the concept. It's time for the iconic "Reckless" to get his shine in the video game. He's a bad ass, and he'd be a popular and marketable choice as a counselor because of his well rounded character type. We also need a male character with good composure + luck, we have none at the moment. Age will be a problem, so you CAN age him to 18 if it isn't possible to add him in as the 14 year old boy. It will bring in a little creative development, as long as his skinny build & red jogging suit (as a clothing option) stays for the sake of being instantly recognizable. Pics of Reggie older Edit - Stats for him based solely on movie and his character + background. This was thoroughly examined. Luck - 7 (He survived the movie, stunned Roy with a tractor, and nearly killed him in the barn.) Composure - 8 (He's courageous in the film and he says, "where I come from, it's best to learn not to be scared of nothing."😃Generally good fear management. Reggie represents his hood.) Stealth - 2(He didn't really play stealthy in the movie well, he made too much noise hiding in the barn. Instead of being quiet, he gave up his position cheering for Pam to hurt Roy with the chainsaw. Speed - 7 (He's notably fast in the final chase scene of the movie) Stamina - 5 (He left Pam behind in the dust paired with high speed.) Repair - 3 (We already have enough repair counslers currently and Reggie's trope isn't repair. Although he was able to start the tractor, meaning he's not clueless. Edit - Victoria creates the 3 repair club.) Strength - 3(He was skinny in the film + we don't have a another counsler other than Jenny with 1 strength. 2 can work as well, or 3. Generally low strength.) Clothing style ideas -
I know there are a lot of us who are wishing for a Mean Girl counselor, so let us rally and brainstorm together in one place! There has been a few mean girls over the course of the movies, most notably Melissa from Part VII. FUN FACT: She has in popularity defeated characters that have somehow managed to slip into the game before her, here's a large poll as evidence. Mitch, Fox, and Shelly lost to her by a big difference. Now why would a Mean Girl be a good choice as a character? Personally I've always found them to be hilarious. It would be the perfect opportunity for a feisty girl that, combined with a few witty insults to provoke Jason (Or another counselors, wouldn't that be great?) could do for a fun character to play. When I think about how such a character would be, I can't help but to have Chanel Oberlin in my mind as inspiration, she is the perfect embodiment of a mean girl; ruthless, self-absorved, narcissistic, so very blonde and fasionable over all things. How would a Mean Girl look? I think most people would say that a long haired, blonde female is long overdue! However, over all things, she is meant to be fashionable. It would be a great opportunity for a counselor to wear for the very first time a dress, and heels. Once again, Chanel quickly comes to aid to inspire with her thousand outfits and looks. Now the best part...! The stats...! I've thought of a few archetypes, and I think this is my favourite, along with a name suggestion: I'm going to draw my own basic fashion sketches for fun! What do you guys think? Feel free to share and come up with your own thoughts! Her colour palette should be...! Tah-dah, white, and pastels. They are very girly; and when wore by a mean girl, something about it makes her extra-obnoxious. Melissa knows this very well! References: About the Melissa/Tamara blend, I combined the hairstyle and the dress of Tamara with Melissa's sophisticated taste. Unlike Tamara, Melissa knows that cold toned skins look so much better with pearls and silvery accessories/jewelry than gold. Suggested Halloween DLC, Marilyn Monroe's pink dress! An icon that endures through generations! More 80s fashion
Second attempt at posting this, wish me luck So we have discussed all over the forums in various topics the kind of counselors we would like to see as potential future DLC. With pre-orders coming in, hopefully this will be a DLC pack we will see in the future that was part of the stretch goals which was of 3 more counselor tropes to add more variety. I have compiled a list of various character tropes from the films as well as an OTHER option for you to sound off on types you would definitely like to see. Keep in mind this is not to discuss potential other HERO characters but just what the next 3 characters may be IF we get them. Some abilities I could think of could be like the Hitchiker could carry a car part in their backpack as well as a weapon (have more inventory slots) which would make them useful as part of a team to move more items hastily. The corrupted character (Dr Crews/Melissa/Professor Lowe) types could actually have an ability to flag someone else on the map for Jason in order to distract from themselves. Maybe the Mom character could give a temp Composure boost to other characters in their company? Sky is the limit