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Do clickers have an (excited state)?

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Is it just me or do clickers have an excited state where their hearing is more sensitive? Like I noticed after I'm spotted by a clicker they walk around quicker and they make more noise and when I try to sneak up on then they hear me? Is this true?
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They find human movement very erotic. If you look closely at the crotch area, you will notice a chub begin to form. If you are bitten, a black screen appears. This is used to censor the sexual intercourse that takes place afterwards.

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^-_- nice.

Fine (high sensitive state)
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When they get shiv'd, from behind. It just clicks with them.

 

EDIT: But seriously, the moment you make a noise and stop or throw a bottle, ofc they get kind of lively, they are trying to find and eat you after all lol, probably they are more cautious after too, I thought that sometimes at least. 

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Hey this was a serious question!
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This thread = FAIL
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I edited my post to stay on topic! Appreciate it! :catmad: :smileytongue:

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themarcshark223 wrote:
Is it just me or do clickers have an excited state where their hearing is more sensitive? Like I noticed after I'm spotted by a clicker they walk around quicker and they make more noise and when I try to sneak up on then they hear me? Is this true?

Aren't you talking about the infected called stalkers ? Those are the hardest to deal with as they tend to move around a lot and a fast approach would most likely gets you spotted.

 

Kinda why there's a stats just for stalker stealth kill i guess, that's a little challenge to stealth kill those. :smileyhappy:

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themarcshark223 wrote:
Is it just me or do clickers have an excited state where their hearing is more sensitive? Like I noticed after I'm spotted by a clicker they walk around quicker and they make more noise and when I try to sneak up on then they hear me? Is this true?

Aren't you talking about the infected called stalkers ? Those are the hardest to deal with as they tend to move around a lot and a fast approach would most likely gets you spotted.

 

Kinda why there's a stats just for stalker stealth kill i guess, that's a little challenge to stealth kill those. :smileyhappy:


He means clickers, you can notice when they sometimes stop and just throw their hands to the sides and click like crazy, to me it looked like they are trying to focus because their "spidey sense" was tingling so I was ready to get attacked but often after that (if you don't move) they just move away. Tho few times when I was too close they actually attacked, so I think they get more aware if you somehow let them know you are around. And well it's natural, because the in-game tip even tells you when you get "spotted" by a clicker stop moving right away.

 

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