Bruh tbh I just need new friends that aren’t dicks I’m 16 btw
Me and my brother are Looking for friends to play dead by daylight 😎😎 Anyone welcome.
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Just need some people to talk and play the game with doesnt have to be serious games can just have fun either way is fine with me
Fck this SBMM we been quite for so long we need to make a group
Name and shame
Suck my ass deblen for leaving the whole team to die and thankyou lord for her being the trash monster they’re to die at the end anyway despite her efforts to leave me on hook to look for hatch and no intention to help me what so ever next time learn from your mistakes and play as a team
Need a stack for Kyf. Or for any game I’m bored lol
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DBD Guides: Playing Against The Blight
Against most killers, utilizing vaults and distances as soon as they are available is the most optimal strategy to extend the lengths of chases. This is the logic that has prevailed survivors for the longest time and is the habits they are used to.
This is also the logic that can get survivors caught out and in trouble when they play against The Blight, who’s kit is extraordinarily unique and is pretty confusing when trying to figure out what exactly the proper playstyle is against him.
With that in mind, let’s go over the three strategies that are necessary to employ when you come against The Blight.
#1) Avoid long distance W strats
This seems like common sense, but we’re going over it anyway because it seems as though even rank 1 survivors keep making this mistake. You CANNOT rely on throwing a pallet and sprinting away even if you feel you’ve made your trajectory difficult for The Blight to aim at. A good Blight will always cut your escape short, meaning you shouldn’t rely on distance, you need to rely on loops.
This leads us to our second strategy.
#2) Learn to get greedy.
The Blight cannot put you down in one hit from a healthy state. This means that you should always be greeting out pallets and windows whenever you get the chance, and if you have the choice between taking a hit or throwing a pallet, you should seriously consider taking the hit instead.
A Blight in the late game that has to patrol one of three generators is far FAR weaker when there are pallets up in strong tiles considering a hit doesn’t net him any downs right away. . Instead, opt to abuse as many window vaults and immersion tactics as you can.
This tip basically comes down to the opposite advice I’d give you against a killer like Billy, who’s power can insta-down you if you’re not careful. Don’t panic, wait for good opportunities to use resources that aren’t one time uses, and don’t put yourself in a situation where distance is the resource in question.
#3) Turn around, dummy.
The Blight’s power is utility and macro pressure, it isn’t good pressure in a loop. Or at least it isn’t against a good survivor. The reason for this is simply because a good survivor is going to have his or her head on a swivel and will be ready for whatever play a Blight makes.
The Blight’s power’s design means that, at least 90% of the time, for a killer to catch you out with it, you need to be either in the open or you need to misplay. The 10% of the time, when he does catch you in a loop, he might have just made a really creative play and there wasn’t much you could have done. But aside from those, yeah, you probably messed up somewhere. And that usually begins with not having enough info.
(pic of jungle gym)
Before vaulting in a jungle gym, check to see if the blight is lining up for a play beyond the window. If he isn’t, take your vault. If he is, wait to see if he readjusts to call your bluff.
If you have no other options but to try and make a mad dash for another tile across the map, keep your back turned and check to see if The Blight has begun using his power to cut you off. You might not be able to make it to another strong tile, but you can certainly try and make a play by baiting him into using multiple dashes, thus extending the chase for a few more precious seconds.
None of these tips can be employed if you don’t turn your camera around while running, so get to practicing.
Im looking for friends
Hello Im not good at this game but I play it for fun , also English is not my main language but I still learning it . I play on pc but if you are for console we also can play C:
Lfg PC EU
No toxicity just a bit of survivor gameplay. And if we are cool we can play again. Low level.
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Just looking for some new people to play with who won’t just ghost after one gameeee. Hit me up if you wanna add me or join! 18+ only
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(This loadout contains Iron maiden, discordance, unrelenting, and bbq & chili.) Is this bad ,toxic ,or good.
Anyone wanna play?
Hi, I’m Dusk. I main Steve as a survivor and Legion(Susie) as killer. I’m chill and I prefer to play with guys but no one under 14 please.
I just bought two new chapters
Plague and Freddy will be my new mains I guess
Looking for people to play with
Since dbd is now cross platform I was wondering anyone would like to join my discord server to play dbd and u can invite your friends to the sever to have more people to play with I’m gonna to leave the link to join the discord server https://discord.gg/2bMXvD
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Dead by daylight
I know this alot to ask and I dont expect it to happen but can someone on xbox gift me the Michael Myers pack if you do I will play with you alot and appreciate it thank you for your time. ❤
*doesn’t know where killer is and hear the piano music go off
Who should i buy?
Idk which chapter to buy im thinking between the deathslinger and the oni can you help me
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DBD Tile Guide: Killer Shack
What used to be considered the strongest tile in the game is now usually referred to as ‘one of’ the best. Contemporary DBD has uncovered the truth that in comparison to the Killer Shack, tiles like the Cow Tree or a simple Jungle Gym can be used to greater effect. That said, there’s a lot players don’t know about the Killer shack, so we’ll be going over 5 different tips to help abuse its safety to extend chases into an easy victory.
#1) If you have to choose between throwing the god pallet and taking a hit, take the hit.
Unless it's the late LATE game and you’re trying to make a chase last long enough for the final gen to pop, don’t throw that pallet unless you’re about to go down. If the team you’re playing with is competent, you might even want to choose going down over using the pallet. It’s THAT strong of a god pallet. (That’s why it’s called a ‘god’ pallet, you know.)
As you’ll see, the pallet itself turns what is a pretty straightforward loop into a god-like killer shack. Without the threat of it, the tile itself is infinitely more dangerous. If the game isn’t hanging on you throwing the pallet, don’t throw it.
#2) Always enter Safe-Side.
If you’re in a chase, and you’ve got the time, try to maneuver so that both you and the killer have to mindgame the Shack window through Safe-Side. This means that entering on the side without the god pallet should always be your first objective, aside from never throwing the pallet itself.
From there, prioritize utilizing the window for a mindgame with the killer. If you’re successful (which you should be, since the gap between the window and entrance is big enough to allow some time for reactions) repeat the process.
#3) Repeating the Window loop is good, combining it with another tile is best.
From time to time, you’re going to get killer shacks that spawn close enough to another tile to allow you to vault through the Shack window and, instead of running around to Safe-Side again, run to another tile entirely. This is what’s called ‘tile-chaining’ and can be used to effectively make a chase unmanageable for most killers.
I can’t promise this will work 100% of the time against a Nurse or a Spirit, but it’s still a good option when looking to make the most of the resources around you.
#4) If you think the killer might be vaulting into the shack as you approach Safe-Side, run around the back of the Shack as a safety move.
This one sounds complicated but is very simple once you see it in action. What you’re essentially doing is risking the god pallet in exchange for cancelling out the mindgame in the Killer Shack. The killer can’t catch up to you to get a hit before you reach the god pallet at the other side of the loop, whether or not he’s vaulting or continuing a chase with you around Safe-Side.
Keep in mind, this option is a tad riskier with the new maps blocking vision through the backside of Shack, so measure the heartbeat and do your best to keep eyes on the Killer’s movement!
#5) If there is a generator near the Killer Shack, don’t complete it until the End Game.
This one might sound counter-intuitive, but let me explain:
Suppose you’re the killer. If a Survivor is running to the Killer Shack, which still has the God Pallet up, and there’s no generator near the Shack itself, are you going to spend your time chasing that survivor?
The answer SHOULD be “no”. And it should be a resounding “no” with a vacancy for argument. There’s no resources to be won at that chase except in special circumstances (It’s the last survivor, for example) and you’re going to lose the game wasting time there if the other survivors spend any reasonable amount of attention on the generators elsewhere on the map.
Now consider that same situation, but with a generator nearby. The survivor sticks on the generator and gets it to 50% completion. You approach the survivor (as the killer, remember) and he or she runs to the killer shack. There’s two other generators left on the map, not including the one the survivor you just found was working on, and if any of them pop you’ll likely lose the game.
Do you see where this leads us in game theory for the Killer? The Killer either HAS to let you work on that generator and accept that the game is done for in 40 seconds or less, or he HAS to chase you in the Killer Shack, where you can easily buy 40 seconds worth of time for your teammates to effectively end the game elsewhere.
It’s a matter of risk vs. reward for the Killer AND Survivors. The rewards for you, a Survivor, are always going to be in the form of time, so keep the objectives you spend your time on (namely, Generators) near the safest possible positions. The early game should be spent completing generators that are either close to each other or are in dangerous positions. The late game is when you want absolute safety, and it's for this reason, and the strategies listed above, that the Killer Shack is your best friend.
Why is playstation so popular for this game?
Like I could I only find playstation. Barely any Xbox and one switch. There weren't even any PC ones!
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