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A feast for the Entity in Dead by Daylight

A feast for the Entity95 (20)

In public matches, sacrifice a total of 500 survivors.

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Achievement Guide for A feast for the Entity

A Big Radroach
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A Big Radroach
Achievement won on 04 Dec 18
TA Score for this game: 3,050
Posted on 14 November 18 at 12:20, Edited on 12 January 19 at 20:47
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Welcome to the long grind!

500 sacrifices.
This achievement will come with time and there's not exactly a "fast" way to do it.
Unless you can perfect 125 games off the bat.

A Sacrifice will count once a Surviror has exhausted all their Hooks and the Entity will take them. You'll get a sound notification and a visual notification on the bottom left screen
Add-On's Mori's do not count I believe but I will confirm this in time.

My best advice if you're a new Killer, is to experiment with each Killer. Have fun. Try new Perks and builds. Play around with Add On's from time to time.
You'll soon slowly realise what you're good and bad at, if it's chasing the Survivors, hitting them, trying to locate them, finding Hooks, Trap placement, Pallet looping or being stunned.
The Trapper is a brilliant first Killer and will help you understand what routes Survivors will most likely take when on specific maps or areas.
Each game will be different but you'll notice patterns.

- Survive With Friends/Kill Your Friends. A great way to get to know maps, used to controls since the Tutorial is rather pointless. They can give you advice although it goes without saying. To understand Survivors. You need to play as one. Visa versa. Playing as a Surviror will quickly improve your understanding of the game and how you will play from both perspectives.

- If you notice 2 or more players in the lobby paired up. (Joining at the same time) You'll know to go for one of them. Now I don't mean bully them but you've got to keep a eye on them both.
- There's mind game potential and friends will always save one another, that's 2, potentially 3 people off geny's since a random might come for the rescue too and you've bought yourself time.

- 4 randoms will tend to be relatively uncoordinated. Groups can easily run rings around you.

- Always. Kick. Geny's! You are faster than the Survivors. (Exception of the Nurse) Start the regression and then get the Survivor. You'll most likely waste their Sprint Burst before the chase has started. And if you lose them. Check back on that geny! You left it in a broken state. If it's repairing. Then you know they weren't alone!

- Break Pallets straight away! You might think you can get the edge with Bloodlust and get that hit but they're going to cling to that Pallet until you break it. It's all about time here kids. No pallet. No drama.

- Sometimes. Letting a Survivor escape a chase is the better thing to do. The blood trail can always lead you to them but they'll most likely be running for help if they don't have Self Care on. And who can help them? Why other Survivors of course!

- Facecamping is probably one of the worst things you can do. In your Killer career. You'll be surprised at how many messages you're going to get saying that you camped or tunnelled someone when you clearly didn't.
Camping in general is no fun for you or the Survivors.
You're only leverage if you sadly do need to facecamp is when you've truly lost the game. 4 Survivors are alive, both Gates are open and you've got one on the Hook.
Again. Be prepared for the hate. It's certainly frowned upon still.

I'll paraphrase the words of YouTuber Bricky here:
The Killer makes the game, no made up rules, self entitlement, respect the 4% or honour code. You hunt them down as you wish.
None of this "the last Survivor is supposed to get the hatch"
You decide if they leave. Not them.

You'll also come across some strange lobbies. Groups that are there for fun or even trying to get a achievement.
You can have a lot of fun messing around with them people but so far from the community; there's a lot of trust in the Killer to not screw them over. Keep that Bond going (pun unintended)
Don't be afraid to message one of the group to see if they're farming or boosting before the game starts. People are usually pretty helpful and co-operative on the game. Again. Don't screw them over.

As for Perks. Your saving graces when you're new will be
Brutal Strength The Trapper (Break Pallets Quicker)
Agitation The Trapper (Faster movement speed whilst carrying a Survivor to a Hook)
Enduring The Hillbilly (faster Recovery from being Stunned)
Unrelenting General Perk (Faster Recovery from missed Attacks)
[Bloodhound The Wraith (Bloodstains are easier to spot and last longer)
Shadowborn The Wraith (Your Field of View is increased)

These are just some of the Perks that you'll commonly see at least one of them amongst most Killers. They have the pros and cons. I cannot stress enough that you must find the Perks that you feel comfortable with as time progresses. The Perks that make you have fun in your game.

Progression: You'll come to learn all about Bloodpoints and the Bloodweb over time.
Putting it short. It's character progression and how you improve your Perk collection and the Rank at what your Perks are (1 being low and 3 being the highest/best)
Each character can go to rank 50 before Prestiging.
Prestiging isn't worth it for a lot of people. You lose all your Perks, Add-On's and start all over again for a vanity item. And the increased chance of RNG in your Bloodweb for better quality of Add-On's.
All Perks purchased on The Shrine of Secrets will appear on your Bloodweb at time. It's just down to RNG and how lucky you get.
There's more to learn about Bloodweb and Prestiging on the other Solitions you'll see on this lovely site.

Thank you for the long read, let us know if this was helpful or not and welcome to Dead by Daylight!
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