Dramatic Masks Lethal Company
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How to get and use the Dramatic Masks in Lethal Company, explained

To be, or not to be.

While exploring the new Lethal Company Version 45, you may want to know how to get and use the Dramatic Masks.

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If you’ve seen video clips online of these masks, or you’re simply curious as to what this update has to offer, let me explain everything about this new item.

Lethal Company: What are the Dramatic Masks?

These masks are new items that aren’t like your normal scrap. They look like theatre masks, and you can either find the Comedy or Tragedy mask. You can get these Dramatic Masks in Lethal Company randomly throughout a facility, but how you use them is by holding left-click to wear one on your face.

Although it’s fun to try out, you should be warned about how the Dramatic Masks work. As you hold it against your face, a specific amount of time passes until the effect initiates. If it’s the Comedy Mask, it’ll take 10 seconds, but if it’s the Tragedy Mask, it’ll only take two seconds.

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Dramatic Masks Lethal Company Comedy Tragedy
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Once the timer runs out, the mask will take over your body, possessing you. Anyone around you will notice the mask stick to your face, and now you’re dead and in spectator mode. Players who asked for a Mimic enemy essentially got one with these new masks.

Your possessed body will start to chase after other players with ill intentions. The possession can spread, and that other player will become a masked monster. What’s even worse is that masked players can follow you outside of the building, unlike most creatures in Lethal Company.

The mask can even appear as an already-masked player, which is just like the Mimic idea. This can happen even if the players are still alive. Just be wary of any player that has a mask on their face and they don’t seem to be holding it with their hands.

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