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10 Bloodhunt tips to ensure you can B-Positive as a Vampire

This Battle Royale branch of Vampire: The Masquerade is a lot of fun, but since it’s not particularly good at explaining all the nuances of its gameplay, blood hunting tips are something we’d love to have. Why are people sometimes sad and sometimes good? What are the advantages of biting players over NPCs? Which weapons are the best and where should I go? We’ll explain all that and more in our top 10 Bloodhunt tips and tricks to help you dominate the rooftops of Prague.

1. Leave people alone (unless you bite)

Screenshot from Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt

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People are located at ground level and generally speaking you don’t want to scare them. Any human who sees a vampire player firing a weapon, using their powers, or biting someone will trigger a blood hunt, permanently marking your location on the map and then making you visible for one minute, even if you kill the watcher . Killing people with weapons also triggers the Blood Hunt, even if no one sees it doing so.

The only time you want to interact with people is when you chew them for perks, health and bonuses – it doesn’t trigger the hunt – and even then you want to be sure of the place where you bite lone humans. Others won’t notice you.

2. Stay on the rooftops

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Generally, you want to stay on rooftops unless you have a specific reason for going down to ground level (like biting people or fetching certain gear). Rooftops are always safer – you can see farther, move more freely, don’t warn people, and if you have to dodge an attack, it’s faster to go down (i.e. fall) then to scrape the edge of a church.

3. Biting enemy players gives you more advantages

Screenshot from Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt

(Image credit: Sharkmob)

Biting people can give you some perks depending on the person, but there’s a limit to how many perks you can have at once – three at first – until you branch out and call others “Diablerising” players. Each time they are bitten you will receive new resonance slots which you can then fill with boons up to a total of 12.

4. Rapid Fire Pistols Are Better

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While there are plenty of good firearms to choose from, we think the best are the quick-firing weapons – the Assault Rifle is probably king. Players move quickly in Bloodhunt, even setting aside all teleports and special powers, and sniping is difficult at best. More experienced players can get by with sniper rifles and pistols, but newer players should look for anything that can spray bullets – this will give them the best chance.

5. Ambush and Make Sudden Attacks

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The best thing you can do, especially if you’re playing solo, is to ambush a player. Get in close if possible, then launch a heavy attack to take them down. The TTK (time to kill) can be quite low depending on the weapons you choose, but vampire powers can complicate issues such as the Enforcer’s ability to be indestructible. Strike hard and unexpectedly – no one has ever won a fair fight.

6. Asset Crossovers Mark High Risk/High Reward Areas

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The Bloodhunt map is covered in red crosses marking “Presence” – especially guarded areas where the best loot is kept, including gold chests with powerful gear, even miniguns. However, they’re also guarded by AI humans with big, deadly assault rifles – and if anyone sees you, they’ll all converge on your location and shatter your health bar. If you want to take risks, try doing it stealthily using laser sights to find where the enemy is hiding. So when you have what you need, get out there!

7. Look for pink and red human auras

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8. Don’t forget to put on the armor

Screenshot from Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt

(Image credit: Sharkmob)

Body armor is pretty rare in Bloodhunt, but it’s also pretty easy to get it unintentionally. Be sure to check your consumables menu regularly and use it if possible, as it gives you 50 HP above the max, this can be a perk that can help you win the next match. Who doesn’t like that?

9. Choose Your Spawn Point Carefully

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You can choose your spawn point at the start of the game (but you can get sidelined slightly if there’s someone else on it) and even beyond that, it’s worth considering that Random high loot areas will be marked. Various attractions such as Entity Crosses and gun shops. Consider your priorities and be careful – many players will often try to loot high-value items early, making them common firefighting areas.


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10 Bloodhunt tips to ensure you can B-Positive as a Vampire

Bloodhunt tips are something we wish we’d had, as this battle royale offshoot of Vampire: The Masquerade is a lot of fun, but not particularly good at explaining all the nuances of its gameplay. Why are humans sometimes upset, and sometimes fine? What’s the advantages of biting players over NPCs? Which guns are best, and where should I be going? We’ll explain all these and more in our top 10 Bloodhunt tips and tricks to help you rule the rooftops of Prague.
1. Leave humans alone (unless you’re biting them)

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Humans are found at ground-level, and generally speaking you don’t want to freak them out. Any human who sees a vampire player fire a gun, use their powers or bite somebody will trigger a Bloodhunt, permanently marking your position on the map and making you visible for one minute, even if you kill the observer afterwards. Killing humans with weapons also triggers the Bloodhunt, even if nobody sees you do it.
The only times you want to interact with humans at all is when you’re chomping them for perks, health and power-ups – which doesn’t trigger the hunt – and even then you want to make sure you’re biting isolated humans where others won’t spot you. 
2. Stay on the rooftops

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
As a rule, you want to stay on the rooftops unless you have a specific reason to come down to ground level (such as biting people or looking for specific gear). Rooftops are always safer – you can see further, navigate more freely, you won’t alert human beings and if you need to escape an attack, it’s faster to flee downwards (aka fall) then scrabble up the side of a church. 
3. Biting enemy players grants you more perk slots

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Biting humans can give you certain perks depending on the person, but there’s a limit to how many perks you can have at once – three to start with – until you start branching out and biting, aka “Diablerising” other players. Every time they’re bitten you’ll get new Resonance Slots that you can then fill with perks, all the way up to a total of 12.
4. Rapid-fire weapons are better

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
While there’s a lot of good weapons to choose from, we find the best ones are those that fire rapidly – the assault rifle probably being the king. Players move fast in Bloodhunt, even discounting all the teleportation and special powers, and getting precision shots is difficult at the best of times. More experienced players might be able to make do with sniper rifles and pistols, but new players should look for anything that can spray bullets – it’ll give them the best chance.
5. Set up ambushes and sudden strikes

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Especially if you’re playing solo, the best thing you can do is ambush a player. Get close if you can, then go for a heavy attack to try and bring them down. TTK (time to kill) can be quite low depending on your weapons of choice, but vampire powers can complicate matters, such as the Enforcer’s ability to go indestructible. Hit hard and unexpectedly – nobody ever won by fighting fair.
6. Entity Crosses mark high-risk/high-reward areas

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
The map for Bloodhunt is covered in red crosses that mark “Entity” – specifically guarded areas where some of the best loot is kept, including gold chests that contain high-power gear, even miniguns. However, they’re also guarded by AI humans with big, deadly assault rifles – and if one sees you, they’ll all converge on your position and shred your health bar. If you feel like taking the risk, try and do it stealthily, using the telltale laser sights to work out where the enemy is hiding. Then get out the moment you have what you need!
7. Look for pink and red human auras

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Best Bloodhunt archetypes and classes
8. Remember to equip armor

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Body armor is quite rare in Bloodhunt, but it’s also quite easy to pick it up without realising. Make sure you regularly check your consumables menu and put it on if you can, as it’ll grant you 50HP over your maximum, an advantage that might be what helps you win the next encounter. Who doesn’t like that?
9. Pick your spawn point carefully

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
You can choose your spawn point at the beginning of the game (though if there’s somebody else on it you might be shifted a little to the side), and it’s worth considering as there’ll be random high-loot areas marked, even beyond the Entity Crosses, as well as various other points of interest like gun shops. Consider your priorities and be careful – many players will often try and loot the high-value items early on, making them common firefight zones.

#Bloodhunt #tips #ensure #BPositive #Vampire

10 Bloodhunt tips to ensure you can B-Positive as a Vampire

Bloodhunt tips are something we wish we’d had, as this battle royale offshoot of Vampire: The Masquerade is a lot of fun, but not particularly good at explaining all the nuances of its gameplay. Why are humans sometimes upset, and sometimes fine? What’s the advantages of biting players over NPCs? Which guns are best, and where should I be going? We’ll explain all these and more in our top 10 Bloodhunt tips and tricks to help you rule the rooftops of Prague.
1. Leave humans alone (unless you’re biting them)

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Humans are found at ground-level, and generally speaking you don’t want to freak them out. Any human who sees a vampire player fire a gun, use their powers or bite somebody will trigger a Bloodhunt, permanently marking your position on the map and making you visible for one minute, even if you kill the observer afterwards. Killing humans with weapons also triggers the Bloodhunt, even if nobody sees you do it.
The only times you want to interact with humans at all is when you’re chomping them for perks, health and power-ups – which doesn’t trigger the hunt – and even then you want to make sure you’re biting isolated humans where others won’t spot you. 
2. Stay on the rooftops

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
As a rule, you want to stay on the rooftops unless you have a specific reason to come down to ground level (such as biting people or looking for specific gear). Rooftops are always safer – you can see further, navigate more freely, you won’t alert human beings and if you need to escape an attack, it’s faster to flee downwards (aka fall) then scrabble up the side of a church. 
3. Biting enemy players grants you more perk slots

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Biting humans can give you certain perks depending on the person, but there’s a limit to how many perks you can have at once – three to start with – until you start branching out and biting, aka “Diablerising” other players. Every time they’re bitten you’ll get new Resonance Slots that you can then fill with perks, all the way up to a total of 12.
4. Rapid-fire weapons are better

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
While there’s a lot of good weapons to choose from, we find the best ones are those that fire rapidly – the assault rifle probably being the king. Players move fast in Bloodhunt, even discounting all the teleportation and special powers, and getting precision shots is difficult at the best of times. More experienced players might be able to make do with sniper rifles and pistols, but new players should look for anything that can spray bullets – it’ll give them the best chance.
5. Set up ambushes and sudden strikes

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Especially if you’re playing solo, the best thing you can do is ambush a player. Get close if you can, then go for a heavy attack to try and bring them down. TTK (time to kill) can be quite low depending on your weapons of choice, but vampire powers can complicate matters, such as the Enforcer’s ability to go indestructible. Hit hard and unexpectedly – nobody ever won by fighting fair.
6. Entity Crosses mark high-risk/high-reward areas

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
The map for Bloodhunt is covered in red crosses that mark “Entity” – specifically guarded areas where some of the best loot is kept, including gold chests that contain high-power gear, even miniguns. However, they’re also guarded by AI humans with big, deadly assault rifles – and if one sees you, they’ll all converge on your position and shred your health bar. If you feel like taking the risk, try and do it stealthily, using the telltale laser sights to work out where the enemy is hiding. Then get out the moment you have what you need!
7. Look for pink and red human auras

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Best Bloodhunt archetypes and classes
8. Remember to equip armor

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
Body armor is quite rare in Bloodhunt, but it’s also quite easy to pick it up without realising. Make sure you regularly check your consumables menu and put it on if you can, as it’ll grant you 50HP over your maximum, an advantage that might be what helps you win the next encounter. Who doesn’t like that?
9. Pick your spawn point carefully

(Image credit: Sharkmob)
You can choose your spawn point at the beginning of the game (though if there’s somebody else on it you might be shifted a little to the side), and it’s worth considering as there’ll be random high-loot areas marked, even beyond the Entity Crosses, as well as various other points of interest like gun shops. Consider your priorities and be careful – many players will often try and loot the high-value items early on, making them common firefight zones.

#Bloodhunt #tips #ensure #BPositive #Vampire


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