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If anything Chad’s a mommas boy, other than that he’s actually real slippery!

Generalization:

Chad is real fast and is able to regain almost all of his stamina back by hitting or escaping. However he lacks courage and repair which means you gotta act differently than the others.

He’s one of the starting characters that encourages hit and run tactics along with Shelly.

Stats:

Composure: 1

Luck: 10

Speed: 9

Stamina: 4

Stealth: 6

Repair: 2

Strength: 3

In Depth Stats:

Composure: Oh boy it’s his poster boy stat. He’s always scared and darkness really raises his fear quick, hell have him jog in the forest and he’s already spooked. He freaks out easy which allows Jason to detect him with sense farther. The plus side is he calms down just as quickly as he gets scared.

Luck: He’s also known as BattleChad because his luck allows weapons to be used so much more than usual and he can regain 4/6th of his stamina everytime he successfully escapes or hits Jason. Also those minor bonuses boosts his chances of survival like jumping through windows does less damage.

Speed: He’s so... damn... quick! His jogging actually outpaces speed walking Jason and running Jason. You can just jog and he will keep Jason in the dust unless Jason uses shift. Chad can sprint away quick if needed.

Stamina: His stamina pool is under average, he’s known to be a short distance sprinter so you gotta be careful because Chad’s fear decreases stamina regeneration. Once your out you better hope there’s a cabin nearby or weapon in hand.

Stealth: Ah yes the glorious 6 stat, he makes zero noise when jogging and slightly less consistent noise when sprinting. He can jog away silently like an ninja, unless Jason uses sense... then he’s a scared mommas boy.

Repair: Yeah... he’s bad at fixing things, only attempt repair if you’re the only capable character to do so. Let the smarter ones fix, if you find a part either pick up then drop to show where it is or deliver it to the objective. Fixing as Chad is slow and features 5-7 skillchecks.

Strength: Chad is not strong as the other guys. But a good Chad can land multiple hits and chip away at Jason’s invisible health bar.

Perk Recommendations: 

-Marathon (Rare-Epic) he can have Kenny’s stamina pool if you have the perk.

-Swift Attacker (Uncommon-Epic) Faster swings equals the greater chance of a surprise attack.

 -Nerves of Steel (Common-Epic) this perk not only provides fear resistance it also provides the ability to not lose your minimap when fully terrified. 

-Lone Wolf (Rare-Epic) your most likely to be alone so it’s good to have some fear resistance while your at it.

 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Left2Right said:

(Intended for new players)

If anything Chad’s a mommas boy, other than that he’s actually real slippery!

Generalization:

Chad is real fast and is able to regain almost all of his stamina back by hitting or escaping. However he lacks courage and repair which means you gotta act differently than the others.

He’s one of the starting characters that encourages hit and run tactics along with Shelly.

Stats:

Composure: 1

Luck: 10

Speed: 9

Stamina: 4

Stealth: 6

Repair: 2

Strength: 3

In Depth Stats:

Composure: Oh boy it’s his poster boy stat. He’s always scared and darkness really raises his fear quick, hell have him jog in the forest and he’s already spooked. He freaks out easy which allows Jason to detect him with sense farther. The plus side is he calms down just as quickly as he gets scared.

Luck: He’s also known as BattleChad because his luck allows weapons to be used so much more than usual and he can regain 4/5 of  his stamina everytime he successfully escapes or hits Jason. Also those minor bonuses boosts his chances of survival like jumping through windows does less damage.

Speed: He’s so... damn... quick! His jogging actually outpaces speed walking Jason and running Jason. You can just jog and he will keep Jason in the dust unless Jason uses shift. Chad can sprint away quick if needed.

Stamina: His stamina pool is under average, he’s known to be a short distance sprinter so you gotta be careful because Chad’s fear decreases stamina regeneration. Once your out you better hope there’s a cabin nearby or weapon in hand.

Stealth: Ah yes the glorious 6 stat, he makes zero noise when jogging and slightly less consistent noise when sprinting. He can jog away silently like an ninja, unless Jason uses sense... then he’s a scared mommas boy.

Repair: Yeah... he’s bad at fixing things, only attempt repair if you’re the only capable character to do so. Let the smarter ones fix, if you find a part either pick up then drop to show where it is or deliver it to the objective. Fixing as Chad is slow and features 7-9 skillchecks.

Strength: Chad is not strong as the other guys, hell even Eric the nerd does more damage. But a good Chad can land multiple hits and chip away at Jason’s invisible health bar.

Perk Recommendations: 

-Marathon (Rare-Epic) he can have Kenny’s stamina pool if you have the perk.

-Swift Attacker (Uncommon-Epic) Faster swings equals the greater chance of a surprise attack.

 -Nerves of Steel (Common-Epic) this perk not only provides fear resistance it also provides the ability to not lose your minimap when fully terrified. 

-Lone Wolf (Rare-Epic) your most likely to be alone so it’s good to have some fear resistance while your at it.

 

 

 

 

Thanks man this is awesome. Sorry for being a pest but if you could just do one for Lachappa that would be amazing. If not I understand.

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1 hour ago, TheButtonMasher said:

Thanks man this is awesome. Sorry for being a pest but if you could just do one for Lachappa that would be amazing. If not I understand.

Why bother? EVERYONE knows that our Lord and Savior Lachappa makes Tommy Jarvis look like Forrest Gump.

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Just now, Bropollocreed79 said:

Why bother? EVERYONE knows that our Lord and Savior Lachappa makes Tommy Jarvis look like Forrest Gump.

Why take something perfect when you can have something perfect-er.

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Can you make one for Tiffany? A lot of people are still saying that she is practically useless in the game or simply don't understand her role. 

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Some misinformation.  I don’t believe he fills nearly his entire stamina bar per hit and he can get 5 skill checks to repair.  

Also in a guide for new people you probably shouldn’t refer to other counselors whose stats the reader may not understand or be familiar with. 

Would not recommend lone wolf at all as Chad should be a protector.  He should take medic or thick skin to trade slashed with Jason. 

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Nice guide. Would you consider doing a guide for Jenny? I'm still not sure I'm using her right. Basically, I focus on fixing the four seater, or alternately the two seater or boat. Will team with others when the opportunity presents itself. But with randoms, you just never know what to expect.

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Good post, but there is already a thread, The Playbook, that has guides on how to use the counselors (and much more) that I would highly recommend taking a look at.

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2 hours ago, Elias Voorhees said:

Nice guide. Would you consider doing a guide for Jenny? I'm still not sure I'm using her right. Basically, I focus on fixing the four seater, or alternately the two seater or boat. Will team with others when the opportunity presents itself. But with randoms, you just never know what to expect.

Jenny can played in 2 different play styles. Team fighter, or a stealthy hider. Jenny has big presence with her luck, allowing her to play a protector. 

Good perks for her aggressive play style

-Thick Skin

-Medic

-Swift Attacker

-Sucker Punch

-Marathon

The most popular, is the useless player playstyle. In this play style Jenny does nothing but hide under beds while her team either dies or does all the work for her to escape. Usually your the last player alive. 

-Pretty much any fear resistance perks.

-Homebody

-Level headed

-Low profile

-Marathon

-Thick skinned

Your main weapon will always be a bat, abuse Jason’s raging through doors and smack him. Jenny can easily kite in large houses, her luck allows her to jump through broken windows. Stamina management is very important for Jenny, never run unless Jason is shifting or in grab range. 

 

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9 hours ago, Bropollocreed79 said:

Why bother? EVERYONE knows that our Lord and Savior Lachappa makes Tommy Jarvis look like Forrest Gump.

Someone that get it Lord Chadow and Lachappo are the team in team to have wherever you go

 

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Repairing with Chad is actually easy because if you do the trick of starting and stopping and restarting the repair you can end up getting 5 skill checks.

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11 hours ago, TiffanyIsBae said:

Jenny can played in 2 different play styles. Team fighter, or a stealthy hider. Jenny has big presence with her luck, allowing her to play a protector. 

Good perks for her aggressive play style

-Thick Skin

-Medic

-Swift Attacker

-Sucker Punch

-Marathon

The most popular, is the useless player playstyle. In this play style Jenny does nothing but hide under beds while her team either dies or does all the work for her to escape. Usually your the last player alive. 

-Pretty much any fear resistance perks.

-Homebody

-Level headed

-Low profile

-Marathon

-Thick skinned

Your main weapon will always be a bat, abuse Jason’s raging through doors and smack him. Jenny can easily kite in large houses, her luck allows her to jump through broken windows. Stamina management is very important for Jenny, never run unless Jason is shifting or in grab range. 

 

Thanks! ;)

I prefer getting stuck into the action over hiding and always carry a bat so guess I'll be attacking Jason more. Which is weird because my instinct is to run off and give the big old son of a gun the slip. ;)

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