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On average, how do you feel after a session of DBD?

SolidusPrimeSolidusPrime Member Posts: 27

Which word best describes how you feel after a session of DBD?

On average, how do you feel after a session of DBD? 69 votes

Angry
7% 5 votes
Stressed out
20% 14 votes
Exhausted
17% 12 votes
Dissatisfied
8% 6 votes
Sad
1% 1 vote
Neutral
21% 15 votes
Happy
4% 3 votes
Satisfied
14% 10 votes
Excited
4% 3 votes
Relaxed
0% 0 votes

Comments

  • SkeletalEliteSkeletalElite Member Posts: 455

    This is a very exciting game, so that's usually how I feel after I'm done playing. Sometimes you end on a frustrating game and feel a little frustrated though.

  • se05239se05239 Member Posts: 3,920

    I'd have picked 'Drained' if it was a choice but 'Exhausted' works too.

  • SolidusPrimeSolidusPrime Member Posts: 27

    Thanks to everyone that participated. This was something I was just always curious about.

    I find that I am usually exhausted, but for different reasons. I have fun playing killer, but it can be really stressful. By the time I'm done playing for an hour or two, the toll it's taken is really noticeable when I step away. Or if I am playing against really good killers and the games are tense, I find that I will actually tense up myself without realizing it. They are exciting and fun, but tiring after awhile.

  • FibijeanFibijean Member, Trusted Posts: 3,085

    I usually play either to a point where I'm sick of the game, or should have gone to bed hours ago (or both). Either way, I'm exhausted by the time I stop.

  • SolidusPrimeSolidusPrime Member Posts: 27

    Heh there were a few more options I wanted to put on there but 10 was the limit : /

  • Creepingcam1070Creepingcam1070 Member Posts: 260

    After Im done with a game session I'm usually Exhausted but because I play alot of killer over survivor.

  • CL4P_TRAP_ERCL4P_TRAP_ER Member Posts: 113

    Before I play a game I feel stressed and after. Now I mainly play killer. I'm not stressed about getting kills, I'm stressed out about doing something (like downing a survivor after hooking someone, finding someone who just got unhooked, getting 4ks, etc) and then the survivors message me after. Sort of why I stopped playing as much.

  • ByrdByrd Member Posts: 20

    It depends on the match but after getting teabaged at hook usually exhausted or discouraged or in my case sad.

  • tiamodtiamod Member Posts: 27

    There will always be salty players on both sides no matter what you do. Just play how you want and don’t worry about it or any made up rules you think you need to follow. You may be seen as a dick but your job is to kill survivors 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • ElkElk Member, Trusted Posts: 1,269

    I usually play up to 3:30 even if i have to work tomorrow. So drained.

  • DeKillerKillerDeKillerKiller Member Posts: 510

    Either side, I will feel like I tried my best and I feel exhausted after finishing a game of DBD.

    Even if I escape or 4k.

  • BossBoss Member, Trusted Posts: 7,584
    edited November 30

    Chose Neutral.

    I guess this is the closest to my "Okay, done for today!" feeling.

  • RullisiRullisi Member Posts: 30

    If it was annoying killer or survivors, ofc I won't feel neutral tho. Lately all games have been really [BAD WORD] for me but it's hopefully just a phase.

  • Science_GuyScience_Guy Member Posts: 695

    I usually stop playing after an enjoyable game rather than an annoying one.

  • yermomyermom Member Posts: 72

    This for sure.

    If I leave the game on a negative note I'll end up on the forums, complaining. But, oddly enough, writing gets rid of the frustration.

    When I think about it, it makes me realize how hard of a game this must be to manage for anyone involved.

  • AngryFluffyAngryFluffy Member Posts: 279

    Depends on the role I played. As survivor I mostly feel neutral, sometimes happy/satisfied.

    As killer I mostly feel stressed out and exhausted. There is a lot more pressure as killer than as survivor imo. That's why I enjoy playing survivor more.

    (for record I am red rank survivor and yellow/green rank killer and for me killer is still more stressful than survivor on these ranks)

  • DeadByGayDwightDeadByGayDwight Member Posts: 51

    It honestly depends on whether or not I managed to obtain my personal goals in the match or whether or not I pip, get a 4k, escape the match, etc. It can range from excited from outplaying the killer/survivors to stressed out or pissed off at myself for missing obvious blinks.

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