Dead by Daylight Wiki talk:Community portal
How do I get the lead actress skin for Jane?[edit source]
I’m wondering how do I get the outfits from the Jane Romero outfit Lead actress? I’ve looked online and don’t know if I’m able to still get it or unlock it. Ansasexton11 (talk) 19:21, 24 November 2020 (UTC)
- Rift Cosmetics can only be obtained when the Rift is open. They will eventually get added to the Store, but no sooner than 6 months afterwards, if not later.Doc (talk) 09:46, 25 November 2020 (UTC)
Dead By Daylight in Space![edit source]
Inspired by Alien,Event Horizon,Pandorum and Jason X. What do you’re think about Spaceship/Station Map? Killers hunting and killing down survivors in space! Love it. If it has zero-g then I’ll love it more. Things just go slowmo in the air so huntress/slinger don’t have an easier time. Falling could be weird tho. MaxKiller211 (talk) 04:47, 16 December 2020 (UTC)
Adiris (the Plague)'s name meaning needs changing[edit source]
On the Wiki page for Adiris, it says under the Trivia portion that her name means "persistence, resourcefulness and empathy." I couldn't find a source for that but after a lot of digging, I found that the word Adiris most likely actually comes from the Assyrian adjective "adiru," meaning "timid, cowardly." The source in question is V1.Comparative Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mesopotamian Vocabulary Dead & Ancient Languages, and can be found on pg. 75.
While I can't fully confirm this is accurate (I don't speak any language even close to Ancient Assyrian) I can see this meaning fitting Adiris much more than a name that means "resourcefulness." Compounded with the fact that the Wiki page actually gives three completely different meanings for Adiris's name (resourcefulness, persistence and empathy aren't synonyms no matter how far you stretch the definitions), I feel like lore-wise it'd make sense for the priests to name the scared little kid who showed up on their doorstep something that reflected the state she was in when she arrived. The devs may have chosen this to reflect Adiris's refusal to believe that the plague was out of her control, and her blind devotion to the gods who ended up not saving her in the end.