Author: Chen Chen
Notes: This is a troll campaign and is only enjoyable if you enjoy unconventional twists of the game to torture you, if you're quick to the draw with kicking special infected, and you have friends to play with. If you don't match all of the criteria above, you're likely to have a bad time. Note also that it is very possible to end this campaign early in the second map (out of six).
The first map barely qualifies as a legit hehe map and only really serves as an introduction to the campaign. It begins in the same vehicle that hehe12 ended (the back of a truck with a jockey prop) as it floats above the ground for a couple of minutes while you don't do anything. Once it lands, there is a building to approach. All you have to do is simply wait while the music plays and the turrets take care of any infected, then once you hear the saferoom door sound effect, you're free to enter it. Honestly
The fourth map is where you'll hate life. If you thought the last map was bullshit, just wait until you try to dodge instantly spawning jockeys while also trying to jump across moving platforms. You can time everything correctly but because of the shitty jockey latching mechanic, fail every time. There's really no way to get through this without being extremely lucky and have great timing on the rotating platforms. It's not impossible as we did get one person across to the end, but you may have to restart this a number of times only to have one person make it to the end.
Difficulty: I'm not sure how to even qualify this campaign's difficulty. I mean, I don't think it's actually possible to beat the third map without using the console command to kick jockeys, so there's that. Plus, the only real legit maps are the fifth and sixth ones, where 5 is aggravating and 6 is downright easy by comparison. Since this is a troll campaign, there isn't much I can say except that if you have difficulty with any regular campaigns, avoid this. In some cases, it might be preferable to play certain maps on Expert because you'll die faster (which can be a good thing if you're prone to having to restart over and over).