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Stridor

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Perk descriptions may vary from in-game descriptions for reasons explained here.
Perks support Mouse-over functionality
(desktop version only): hovering over the modifier words with your cursor will reveal the values behind them.

Stridor is a teachable Unique Nurse IconHelpLoading nurse.png Perk IconHelp perks.png. It can be unlocked for all other Characters from Level 30 onwards:

Icon Tier I Tier II Tier III Description
Stridor.gif
25 %
0 %
50 %
0 %
50 %
25 %
You are acutely sensitive to the breathing of your prey.

Survivors' Grunts of Pain are 25/50/50 % louder and regular breathing is 0/0/25 % louder.

"If you don't stop and catch your breath... she will."

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Icon Teachable Description
Teachable stridor.png
25 %
0 %

50 %
0 %

50 %
25 %
Unlocking this Perk makes it available in the Bloodweb of all Killers

You are acutely sensitive to the breathing of your prey.

Survivors' Grunts of Pain are several percent louder and regular breathing is 0/0/25 % louder.

"If you don't stop and catch your breath... she will."

May be unlocked in the Shrine of Secrets or in The Nurse's Bloodweb at Level 30.

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Breathing Volumes

  • The best way to understand how Stridor works is by imagining a volume slider that ranges from 0 to 100, but like some programs can also go beyond 100.
    • Positive values move the volume slider to the right, increasing the volume.
    • Negative values move the volume slider to the left, decreasing the volume.

Grunts of Pain

Volume settings
No Stridor Stridor I (+25) Stridor II & III (+50)
No Iron Will 100 125 150
Iron Will I (-50) 50 75 100
Iron Will II (-75) 25 50 75
Iron Will III (-100) 0 25 50

Regular Breathing

Volume settings
Stridor I (+0) Stridor II (+0) Stridor III (+25)
100 100 125


Trivia

  • The term "Stridor" describes a high-pitched wheezing sound caused by disrupted airflow, which is also what The Nurse suffers from.