How to get Lightbringer emblems in Dead by Daylight
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The Lightbringer emblem is an end-of-game reward in Dead by Daylight, and you can earn them by participating in Trials as a Survivor. You will need to complete specific activities during a match to earn this reward, and some of these tasks come with several risks that you may want to consider while playing the game. In this guide, we’re going to cover how to get Lightbringer Emblems in Dead by Daylight.
Related: How to get Gatekeeper Emblems in Dead by Daylight
How to earn Lightbringer Emblems
Every emblem in Dead by Daylight has multiple rankings: bronze, silver, gold, and iridescent. The higher the quality of your emblem at the end of a game, the more you worked on this activity to help your team. You need to earn these points in a Dead by Daylight trial to earn the Lightbringer emblem rankings.
- Bronze: 30 points
- Silver: 100 points
- Gold: 190 points
- Iridescent: 270 points
The Lightbringer emblem has you focused on repairing the generators, which is your only way to escape the Killer and win the match as a Survivor. The quickest way to earn points for this emblem is to focus on generator repairs, and completing one by yourself will earn you 100 points. However, when other Survivors assist you in completing one, these points will split up across all Survivors who worked on it. You can earn a small number of points for being chased while your teammates work on generator repairs, but it won’t reward you as many.
These are all points you can earn towards your Lightbringer emblem in Dead by Daylight.
- Chased during Generator Repairs: 0 to 33 points
- Chased while Cleansing a Dull Totem: 5 Points
- Chased while Cleansing a Hex Totem: 10 points
- Cleanse Hex Totem: 50 points
- Cleanse Dull Totem: 20 points
- Completed Generator: 5 points (to all Survivors)
- Generator Repairs: 100 points, but this varies and splits between all Survivors
- Open an Exit Gate: 15 points
You also want to look for Dull or Hex Totems during a match. Cleansing them before the end of a match is a good way to earn you points for your Lightbringer emblem, but these won’t always be available, and it’s up to the Killer to even have these appearing during an encounter. We recommend not counting on them and instead believe you should focus on Generators and try to flip those on yourself.