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Teasing Killers at Exits ?

i have a question for my killers out there , i have seen alot of survivors tease killers when they reach exits. Is it called "TeaBagging" ? & if so does this make you angry when they do this ?

I always reach exits with other survivors and they never rush out they always seem to wait at the exit then start telling the killers to come on or start crouching non stop in front of the killer lol i never really understood why people do this as im still new to the game



  • The_Bootie_GorgonThe_Bootie_Gorgon Member Posts: 1,459

    It doesn't bug me. If i can get an extra hit, i'm not complaining. It can mean anything from [BAD WORD] you killer to thank you killer.

  • SailedSavageSailedSavage Member Posts: 247
    edited July 9

    If I have games back-to-back where we totally destroy a killer I usually let him hook and kill me just to be a good sport. I couldn't careless about winning every game I just like to have a fun game. As killer if I play sweatys I usually go for the 4k but if I mop a team I'll let the last guy or two farm some points so they don't get nothing. It's really all about having some fun. I love a good sweaty match though. If you get that mad at tea bagging maybe you should see a therapist.

  • Meg_SurvivorMeg_Survivor Member Posts: 84

    Yeah i knew it was a form of disrespect or like "haha thats why you cant catch me" or something childish like that lol

  • Lx_maliceLx_malice Member Posts: 267

    If I'm being honest it used to piss me off and cause me to bring a mori the next game but I haven't been that way for a long while now. I learned to not take things like that so seriously. In fact it doesn't even happen to me very often anymore anyways because I don't lose very much these days unless I'm memeing around or something.

  • SilentChillSilentChill Member Posts: 39

    they are on a timer, so its not a big deal to me. its not like it used to be when survivors could hold a game hostage (if they were really good) and never actually leave, sometimes forcing the killer to DC. Im so happy those days are over.

  • EleghostEleghost Member Posts: 593

    It doesn't anger me but kind of annoys me when i'm trying to be nice by just 2-hooking and making a point to not kill the survivors and then they act all high and mighty in the post-game chat. I will say it's annoying when they wait there and just t-bag till you go and hit them then they run away.

  • TheOhioHutcHTheOhioHutcH Member Posts: 163
    edited July 9

    It don't bother me none some times I don't even go to the gate I just wait for the timer. Not sure why they do it either maybe it makes them feel good about them self. I don't do this as survivor either I just leave as soon as I can if I can.

  • KoloniteKolonite Member Posts: 713

    Nah, if they opened the gates good for them. Plenty of killers tease after hooking the last survivor or during the game if they're just completely dominating.

  • miachan22miachan22 Member Posts: 23

    Its kinda annoying if they wait until the end of EGC. I know a few survivors main (who had never played as killer) who does that because "playing killer is sooo easy and we managed to escape, he deserves it!!"

  • ГолубойГолубой Member Posts: 116

    Teabagging is whatever. I don't get why people get upset.

    Sitting at the gates for forever is annoying.

  • burt0rburt0r Member Posts: 359

    This ∆ I have a similar Playstile, more for Bo less for kills

    And this. It is most often meant as an "GG ez" kinda thing. So I don't bother going to the exit anymore.

    But it gave me a chance to find additional crowns in the event and I look for dropped pallets for additional points or simply watch YouTube on my second screen to use the time they think they can waste.

  • burt0rburt0r Member Posts: 359

    This ∆. I have a similar Playstile more for bp and less for kills.

    And this. The teabagging at the exit is generally often used as an expression for "GG ez".

    That's why I don't give them the satisfaction and instead go looking for dropped pallets that I forgot or use my killer power for additional deviousness points. Or I watch some YouTube on my second screen.

    But it gave me several crowns in the event XD

  • RivynRivyn Member Posts: 2,046

    It depends. A bunch of solos? Meh. But a coordinated SWF? Yeah, that does get under my skin.

    Then there's the groups that'll sit there till the last possible second. If I know they're at the gate, and I can't reach them, or down them, I'll start hunting for hatch. So, it gets annoying that they'll wait a full two minutes before leaving, while I'm sitting on hatch.

  • mydogmax19mydogmax19 Member Posts: 223

    I'm neutral about it. Sometimes it gets me mad sometimes it doesn't.

  • MozzieMozzie Member Posts: 323

    It's completely unnecessary and obviously a sign of disrespect. Prolonging games by hiding in the exits is a surefire way to piss off new killers and probably the reason why a good many people quit after a few hours. As a killer you can generally see these types of individuals through their playstyles so I make sure to out toxic their toxic.

  • handfulofrainhandfulofrain Member Posts: 309

    The only time it really bugs me is when it's a P3 Claudette who crouched around bushes all game and didn't do anything. It's a minor annoyance which usually leads to me saying to myself, "but you didn't do anything all game..."

    Otherwise, whatever. If you gave me a good chase and got out, go for the bags, man. You deserve it.

  • thrawn3054thrawn3054 Member Posts: 3,295

    It's not always to mess with the killer. If you don't have everyone at the same exit it's usually them waiting in case someone needs help. There's also the survivors who like to have the killer hit them out the exit. It's just a way to give the killer a few last minute points.

  • CashelP14CashelP14 Member Posts: 2,608

    Survivors t-bagging is annoying, especially when they were extremely bad and didn't deserve the escape.

    As survivor I wait at the door but don't t-bag. This is because I'm a point [BAD WORD] and want to get as many points as possible lol especially when I'm running WGLF.

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