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I have been playing this game since the release and I have been enjoying it ever since, especially Be the Zombie (I always play as the Zombie) And am having a lot of fun with it, but lately it's a bit falling of. I have been having a hard time winning matches as the hunter and some matches even feel unfair and "Unbalanced" to me. My question is.. Do you guys here on the forum have any tips for a Night Hunter? And what do you think about the balance of the game mode Be The Zombie?
Hello everyone, I want to start this topic saying sorry for my orthography, english is not my main language, any correction is welcome (but secretly hated xD) This is my first time EVER making a topic (guide) like this, so please be kind xD also keep in mind that this is to help, most people don't know everything like others do, If i miss something, feel free to leave a comment with your tip and i will added it Let's get started... Be always ready before the night comes: -Things in your Backpack Obligatiry: UV Flashlight Flare's Medkit Weapons of choice Secondary: Firearm Potions Explosives Firecrackers â€‹ -Things at your hands Weapons: The weapons of choice but always have a firearm and a heavy melee weaponEquipment UV Flashlight Flare's Whatever you want or need Whatever you want or need In the order that you like...BUT always keep the Flare's next to the UV Flashlight, If you get hit with a UV Spit you just have to click one bottom and the Flare's are ready to use, Be fast Being invaded: ALWAYS stop the game and check the Night Hunter level...Let's be honest, When you see a level 8 is not the same when you see a level 57...you know that the level 57 have more experience and will be a pain in the...head Have potions ready to use if you want to Check your playground, Don't stay in rooftops too much time, a Ground Pound can kill you or do enough damage for a easy kill and avoid closed areas for the same reason and because is easy for the Hunter to get you with a Spit or Pounce Don't rush to the Nest Always look at your Mini Map while using Survivor Sense And always lisent what Kyle says "Something Not Right, I Can Feel it." Use the Weather in your favor, if is raining, use a weapon with electricity, because your enemy is wet, the electricity is going to help you alot The Night Hunter: First, Think like a Night Hunter Don't let them get close with all energy Remember any tactic, How he kill you the first time Fool him, stay still a few seconds, he will not resist try to stuck a spit on you, Dodge Take advantage of any mistakes, Missed Ground Pound, Close Corners, Dodge a Tackle in front Spikes, Stand in front of Spikes The Nest: Scout the area for a few seconds IF you can, Look for Gas Tanks or Spikes Kill the Bitters FIRST without attack the Nest Easy way to deal with Bitters around the Nests: Sneak > Takedown = Kill Slide > Leg Breaker = Immobile Tackle > Stomp = Kill Dropkick > Stomp = Kill Instant Escape > Stun Kill = Kill Vault Stun > Stun Kill = Kill â€‹Or just xD Go the fashion way and get dirty aaaaaaand is 4:02am and Im tired so lets skip to the good part (i think) Here some videos that I hope help you to be a better Survivor Like i say before, watch your surroundings, look for any gas tank and be smart, with a gas tank you can destroy one Volatile in seconds Again, Watch your surroundings, look for gasoline barrels and have a firearm ready to use Have a Heavy Melee Weapon, Wait for the right moment and throw it, ex: a missed Ground Pound Practic your speed at throwing weapons, aim and be careful, dont keep your hands empty A super easy and faster way to Kill the Night Hunter, Tackle + Heavy Melee Weapon, Drain his energy first so he cant run away Flares, use your flares as a wall no like a room, dont stay in the middle, keep the flare between you and the Night Hunter, RUN if you have to, SPAM flares IF you have to Again, Know your playground, Harram is our home...The Night Hunter is a Intruder, Be fast, Pay attention Something that I learn from Battlefield 3 ALWAYS look the Mini Map Again, Watch your Surroundings, Be creative, Scout the area and use it Have your Flares next to the UV Flashlight, Pay attention and RUN BOY RUN Like i say, Pay attention, Watch how your enemy play, Take advantage of his mistakes be ready, aim and throw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYefl65fTQE Think fast, Watch your surroundings and dont be afraid of heights xD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StkNoD0obDg Another easy and fast way to kill the Night Hunter, pay attention to this one...some Hunter use a popular tactic...UV Block+Spit and Pounce, try to drain his energy befire he activates his UV Block and if you have time...throw a Flare and be ready for what next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEnSuiCYzwY Also here a full gameplay against a good Night Hunter ^-^ in this videos you can see all my tactics in accion Part.1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgjE58nJAyM Part.2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyNRr12K5jE Right now i dont know what else type =\ so...What you guys think? let your tips to make this topic better Be Save, Good Night, Good Luck.
DoctorPurrington posted a topic in Be the ZombieToday I'm bringing you guys a match that kept me on the edge of my seat from the first minute to the last. Honestly, I was getting a bit disheartened as the fight went on, since, as you'll see, it becomes relatively one-side one we get to the halfway point. And that's when Night Hunter mode kicks in. Like a proverbial Night Hunter potion, all your stats kick it into high gear. No longer are you the hunted, but the HUNTER. And damnit, you should be. Because once you enter Night Hunter mode, there's no turning back. I've had a good "clutch" match before, but this one goes to a whole 'nother level of cutting it close. Not going to lie - luck had a big part of it. But keeping the Human distracted and using abilities at the right time, even if they appear wasted, puts a lot of pressure on the fleshy meatbags trying to take you down. Never forget who the monster is. Don't be afraid to engage to disrupt a strategy. Not everyone thinks a mile a minute, and sometimes all it takes is a little push to knock someone off their game. Speaking of disruptions, the 5th death is now clear to me - not only did he die from the explosive barrel kill, but it very much counted, which accounts for his being unable to reach the Nests in time. The things that go on when I'm not paying attention! It's also very important to understand your opponents' weaknesses. You'll see, later in the match, I take advantage of the Human's desire to rush to see opportunities to get "free Pounces" when I would normally just get UV'd. A dodge and a UV Light can be used relatively simultaneously, but that doesn't mean it's EASY to do so. That's why distractions and pressure are so important. I might be a Night Hunter and he might be a seasoned government agent, but that doesn't mean there isn't a normal person on the other side of both our screens. Adrenaline affects us all. It's unfortunate that he felt he had to "Abort," which essentially means he pulled his plug/Internet in frustration. I'd be frustrated too, but unless someone is outright cheating, there's no reason to deny them the kill. Regardless, the Night Hunter doesn't get anything for winning, so it's an empty gesture. I still sent him a message of good will afterward to let him know there were no hard feelings. Regardless, the match ended in my victory, and I'll take it as such. Roar unto the night, bretheren. Tonight, we feast as if we were at death's door. For truly, we stood at the welcome mat and brushed the filth off our feet.
DoctorPurrington posted a topic in Be the ZombieBasically, the idea is to lure multiple Humans to their deaths by using a downed (reviveable) Human as live bait. By drawing the Human(s) close together with a common goal other than killing you, you open up the possibility to get multiple free kills. By using the Night Hunter's UV Spit at the moment a Human begins reviving his companion, you've essentially set up a bomb to go off the moment both Humans start to stand up. Since they are, essentially, in mid-animation recovery from the revive, there's little they can do to prevent - much less dodge - the exploding UV Spit. Once it has taken effect, you can leap down for a free, uninterrupted Pounce, followed by another via Leapfrog. Shockwave is useful, but not necessary. Both Humans should be unable to do anything in the time between getting up and your UV-assured Pounce. However, it does help, since it prevents them from moving for a short time. And, if they do manage to have enough time to begin an action, you can interrupt it. Keep in mind that you can hit "downed" players with Spits. If, for instance, you don't have a UV Spit but still want to delay a revive without entering a confrontation, you can use a Horde Spit to discourage other Humans from approaching their dead friend... unless they enjoy blowing up. That's about it! Let me know if you guys have ever used Humans as bait - it's quite fun.