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Upon winning or losing a match, how often if ever do you send hatemail?

xBEATDOWNSxxBEATDOWNSx Member Posts: 629
edited April 2020 in Polls

Title says off. I'm just curious. It's anonymous to vote so don't worry! This also applied to post game chat as well on PC

Edit: spelled rarely wrong.

Upon winning or losing a match, how often if ever do you send hatemail? 123 votes

3% 4 votes
6% 8 votes
26% 32 votes
64% 79 votes


  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,972

    Hatemails: Never

    Postchat: Often

    I complain a lot postchat, which is defniitly a weakness of mine i have to stop.

  • CheersCheers Member Posts: 3,426

    Unless someone sends me some, and I'm in a bad mood, I never do it.

  • PsyhelPsyhel Member Posts: 21

    If I ever send a message I ask why did the person choose to act in the way they did.

  • Seiko300Seiko300 Member Posts: 1,860

    ######### is this poll lol? The people who do actually do it probably won't admit to it, and the people who don't do it are probably going to say they do just for laughs to skew the poll

  • xBEATDOWNSxxBEATDOWNSx Member Posts: 629

    That's why it's anonymous.

    I'm expecting some to lie but it's still just for an idea.

  • BloodyBunnyBloodyBunny Member Posts: 114

    Never no real point not like it will change anything

  • cricketscornercricketscorner Member Posts: 1,029

    Rarely say anything negative in post game chat, and if I do it's definitely tame and not "hatemail."

  • Pet_The_LizardsPet_The_Lizards Member Posts: 1,320

    Never. I might message somebody saying something really goofy or nonsensical just to be funny, but nothing outright hurtful.

    One time I messaged somebody who killed me to "go commit smell farts". We had a pretty good laugh about it lol

  • MysteriousPersonMysteriousPerson Member Posts: 12

    if someone says it to me first then i will come back and say it to them. the only time i would send it first is if i get cucked by a teammate but even then its not really a hateful message im sending

  • Walker_of_the_fog_96Walker_of_the_fog_96 Member Posts: 1,238

    I don't like toxic people.

  • KirannacondaKirannaconda Member Posts: 4

    I only do that if the killer is doing something like, tunneling, farming, or facecamping when unnecessary. And im not one of those entitled survivor mains, so i know when this is actually happening, and not just the killer doing their job.

  • TheRockstarKnightTheRockstarKnight Member Posts: 2,103

    Why send hatemail when you can send positive messages and maybe make a new friend?

  • RullisiRullisi Member Posts: 392

    It's just extremely childish, even if the opponent at the end is like "gg ez :)" he's only trying to bait you into that and they'll just look like a ######### themselves unless you respond to that. It's not the opponent's fault that you might have gotten unlucky with rng or matchmaking or other way around. Just leave and hopefully better luck next game or take a break and play when you are in a better mood.

  • MegaWaffleMegaWaffle Member Posts: 4,172

    I send memes and nothing but memes. I often get funny responses and everyone gets a chuckle.

  • xBEATDOWNSxxBEATDOWNSx Member Posts: 629

    That's what I do. No matter how my round goes, I always send GG. Honestly it comes down to luck most games, not skill.

  • IamDwightIamDwight Member Posts: 236

    I don't say anything, ever. Not even a "gg". I just leave immediately.

  • AzgarthusAzgarthus Member Posts: 31

    On PS4 there is no end game chat. I changed my privacy settings to only allow messages from friends, but the toxic players still went through the trouble of sending a friend request since you can attach a message to those. I disabled friend requests as well, and even still I had a player send me a Playstation Community invite after I caught them out with an endgame killer build. Before I disabled messages, I would never respond unless they had a genuine question (How did you see me through the wall? You were using Self-Care and I was using Nurse's Calling). It's just crazy to see the lengths people will go through to send hate messages.

  • BlueSwiftsBlueSwifts Member Posts: 20

    I never send it, never will, but I do like getting it 😌 Some people just wanna complain because they were sacrificed.

    Had a really bad game as Myers one time. This Laurie bagged me from behind a pallet. The gates get open, everyone leaves except her, the only one I sacrificed. Sends me afterwards, "Why didn't you let me go, you lost that game?!?"... "Don't bag next time" If there's ever a time I've felt fully content in this game it would be then. No response after that either... sweet toxicity.

  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 2,823
    edited April 2020

    I don’t send hatemail. I rarely message anybody. I have to be REALLY upset to message somebody, which I never have been that upset in DBD. Even then I’ll only message them asking why they made the choices they did to understand the game from their point of view. It’s usually me that gets the hatemail, so then I send a reaction pic or meme in return to annoying them further.

    I send positive messages if I noticed the killer/survivor was really good or if the round was really enjoyable.

  • KyariKyari Member Posts: 95

    I dont't like to send "hate" messages, nor do I more than one a bluemoon. But as a killer player (I don't tunnel, camp, farm or anything toxic I just wanna play the game in a way that everyone can enjoy themselves and understand they lost because of X reason and everyone can take away something from the game) but when survive with friends god loop, gen rush, toolbox rush or use toxic perks and THEN t-bag at the exit gates, or on some case deliberately come back to mess with me I do send a message to ask why. I get people can have bad games, but if i can help someone vent i guess thats helping in one way or another, and it helps me feel better even if i get a 4 escape game. It's not the toxic gameplay, but how people act about using that gameplay. I get that you gotta do what you gotta do to get bloodpoints, but is the toxicity really neccesary?

  • Raven014Raven014 Member Posts: 4,188

    Never, mainly because the survivors were probably looking for that to begin with, so it isn't worth it.

  • Martesa55Martesa55 Member Posts: 208
    edited April 2020

    I send only in case that the killer is face camping+tunneling and if I do it I just say peaceful to don't do it again because it's not good

  • KayK99KayK99 Member Posts: 94

    All the toxic survivors voting on "Never" lol. As if anybody would admit that

  • Demogordon_RamsayDemogordon_Ramsay Member Posts: 1,503
    edited April 2020

    If I ever get pitted against someone that plays in such a toxic/unfun/et cetera way that I actually get pissed at them the player, I usually just say gg and then stew about it for a few minutes. They can play how they want as long as they're not cheating or abusing game mechanics, even if it makes me want to kill them IRL in the style of their favorite Killer's mori.

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