Elusive Target #18 The Chameleon 01.13.2017 (13.01.2017)


#183

Yeah but people using cheap tactics is probably why io felt the need to put the restriction in
In the first place…


#184

You’re still the Piano Man. :wink: Take comfort in knowing that this ET wasn’t your fuck up to end the streak.


#185

Well, remember that this ET won’t end your streak, it just doesn’t count for the point of your streak.


#186

47 is a CONTRACT assassin, it’s not up to him “you” to decide the conditions, the contract does. You’re a professional, so you follow the rules regardless if you like or agree with them, or you don’t take the contract and let the next assassin come in. As @GorillaDust stated above, there is legit reasoning behind a murder looking like an accident, and honestly, this makes it much more realistic than any previous ET.


#187

@AGENT4T7 @VanillaBeast that’s a good point. Since it’s supposed to look like an accident, you can just say you never did it, and he just ‘magically’ fell off the place with a safety railing :smirk:


#188

More realistic is never a good reason though


#189

That’s relative thinking. For some yes, some no, but it doesn’t change the fact it’s more realistic.


#190

Then they should have made it that non-lethal melee isn’t allowed, since that’s what a FE is classified as.

The number of ET’s where the FE was the fastest method is in the minority.


#191

So a car explosion can’t look like an accident? I would have been fine with them not allowing the FE for this colorado, but removing so many killing options is just bad.


#192

That’s how i see this kill conditions, i’m way to afraid for failing, so i will do as the picture says, push so he falls and dies or drowning him :flushed:.

Non-explosion accident is too vague for me when the picture is showing push and drowning.


#193

If they can integrate a condition into the narrative to make it compelling from a gameplay perspective then I don’t really have a problem with it. It makes the contract feel a little more unique.


#194

I’m sure the briefing will explain more clearly, but I don’t want a Fixer repeat. I feel like I’m going to hay bale him if possible.

Anyway, nobody is talking about the documents. I assume they will be in the house, most likely well guarded, but I could be wrong (oh god, please don’t be in the barn. I don’t want to risk a barn infiltration during an ET)


#195

Well, you CAN fiber wire kill him, but you will just fail the ET. But don’t you want the winter suit and the tactical suit? I know you don’t care about the suits, but you don’t want to ruin the streak of the ETs by missing one.


#196

Haha
Yea and that’s all fine and dandy, and believe it or not I agree with you.

HOWEVER, these are Elusives (1 time only playable contracts) so “Freedom of approach” should be more important here now more than ever.

I see what your saying though and I have no problems with having restrictions in contacts mode, Escolations and even the actual story missions.

But one time only contracts…?? During Elusives??
Hell freaking no!!


#197

I feel as if this guy will have a fall kill where he is shown on this screenshot (once you take out the two guards) or you could emetic syringe him and then drown him. There will probably be a poison chance, too.


#198

Yeah I’m so damn tempted to just Fiberwire his ass and have a glorified fail…

But, as much as I would love to do that, I at least want to keep my SA streak, eventhough now my Fiberwire one is gonna end now😕


#199

Poison is not considered an accident


#200

Well technically your fiber wire streak didn’t end because you it’s impossible to complete the ET with the fiber wire kill.


#201

Yeah I know, but still it’s the principle of the thing…
Just the fact I’m gonna have an elusive kill that won’t be from Fiberwire just will feel strange now… :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:


#202

I mean emetic poison, then drown.