Before we start, I want to issue a huge spoiler warning.If you haven’t seen James Wan’s Malignant However, you probably shouldn’t be near this article. In fact, you should stay far away, because it contains a lot of spoilers that will spoil your enjoyment of watching super horror movies.Now that it’s solved, let’s set up the table for Malignant “Monster” Gabriel will be a super cool Dead by Day killer-but it is also difficult to achieve, especially because external game tools such as voice chat ruin the possible realization. Malignant It is currently in theaters and can be viewed on HBO MAX.
First, let’s talk about Gabriel. Gabriel is a super evil monster, basically living in the body of an ordinary person Emily. Conceptually, it is a tumor with the level of life, breathing, and slight supersensory (controlling electronic devices and other creepy and destructive skills). In this movie, this is revealed as the third act surprise that almost everyone sees, but there are many “major revelations on old VHS tapes” that are extremely influential.So Gabriel is Literally Being inside and attached to our normal human protagonist, coming out to cause absolute destruction. This is a very strange revelation inside the movie, and it blends into the horror atmosphere of the late 80s and early 90s. Although we can argue all day that the camp cannot be deliberately created like we did in the film school, we should probably continue to discuss how great this villain performed in Dead by Daylight.
The most obvious realization is to make the monster work like a spy-appearing as Emily until it “becomes” the creature Gideon that emerges from the back of your head. It’s going to be fun to create a little bit among us, or more appropriately, matter The tension in the DBD game! However, this element is definitely a nightmare, because voice chat will immediately destroy any opportunity to fool a group of friends. If there is no voice chat, you can easily make “Emily” play the skin/load of any other survivor in the game. When you see two identical characters working on the generator, it will make a very strange and Distrust group.
This will actually be particularly interesting in one of the scenes where all four survivors decide to use the same skin makeup. Likewise, an external voice chat like Discord (usually used by a team of survivors) really breaks this, because odd numbers are easy to identify. You also have to deal with how to deal with the terror radius alert, although it will be much easier to adjust, because the killer may not have the terror radius in the form of Emily and the normal radius in the form of Gabriel. This part is easy and feasible. This can create a great situation where you and an ally are working on a generator within a second, and then suddenly, you are attacked, caught and hooked by your so-called friends because they become Gabriel .
Gabriel’s ability to handle lights, electronics, and communications can easily translate into perks involving generator operation, etc. This is a toolkit that is easier to come up with than to address the aspect of how to deal with unreliable survivors.
The licensed killer in Dead by Daylight cleverly captures the essence of the villain and master franchise, and this movie is really cool. However, it can be a very difficult killer to implement. what do you think?