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Why killers repeatedly hit the last hooked survivor

EvelineEveline Member Posts: 2,340
It's equally [BAD WORD] as teabag.
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  • KasiesKasies Member Posts: 66
    edited September 2018
    Dont forget the 1% that are tired of teabagging.... 
  • KiraElijahKiraElijah Member Posts: 1,161
    Peasant said:
    While I am not condoning this behavior, something tells me 60% do it because they're jerks and 40% do it because they have nothing else to do.
    Being a killer main I can say it’s 98% having nothing else to do and 2% being jerks
  • pemberleypemberley Member Posts: 1,134
    I only hit when 

    1. I miss the altruistic survivor 

    2. That survivor was a jerk or had ds
  • DragonredkingDragonredking Member Posts: 871

    Why not?
    There literally nothing left to do most of the time once the last survivor is hooked.

  • EvelineEveline Member Posts: 2,340
    edited September 2018
    Because it's disrespectful?
  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 11,721

    They're dicks. There's no excuse for this behavior.

  • TheTimeMachineTheTimeMachine Member Posts: 229
    It’s simply unclassy. Only non-creative Killers do this as a “fall-back” move. As a Killer main it helps being good at role playing according to your Killer. Doing this makes Trials more fun and engaging for everyone.
  • StriderStrider Member Posts: 94

    I only do this as Leatherface at the end of a match because it's so entertaining to hear that meaty sound.

  • xmenfanaticxmenfanatic Member Posts: 723

    I used to do this all the time until I learned it doesn’t speed the hook process, lol.

  • HookedonDemandHookedonDemand Member Posts: 172

    I know some killers gave me WGLF stacks because there was someone else hooked behind me in the basement, I didn't mind that. Otherwise it's just childish, like teabagging.

  • Doc_W__HOLLIDAYDoc_W__HOLLIDAY Member Posts: 1,541
    BM.
  • DeadByFlashlightDeadByFlashlight Member Posts: 1,642

    @Eveline said:
    It's equally [BAD WORD] as teabag.

    They are annoyed that they got genrushed and let out their frustration

  • TerrortotTerrortot Member Posts: 345
    I do it a couple times to the first hook, sometimes they put themselves into second stage.

    The last hooked survivor, its satisfying to hit them and nod.
  • DinoCannibal69DinoCannibal69 Member Posts: 25
    I do it all the time, mostly for the last survivor. Not being malicious just fun.
  • Yeah, there isn't too much you can do. You could search for pallets or generators you neglected, but it's only an extra 100 points and it's kind of tedious. You can bob your head up and down which is entertaining for like, 3 seconds. Hitting the Survivor is just kinda fun because you get to see the animation and something is happening. Plus, as someone who plays Cannibal, I love chainsawing somebody on the hook because of the frequent screaming, it really let's me get used to the sound of a Meg in pain. I frickin' hate Meg, but I'm only going to touch upon that if some dork makes the mistake of asking me to.

  • ZarathosZarathos Member Posts: 844
    Practising huntress hatchets throws. Trying to gauge distance and speed for future games nothing personal. 
  • EvelineEveline Member Posts: 2,340
    Don't cry about being teabagged by survivors then. Don't be hypocrites.
  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 11,721

    @Eveline said:
    Don't cry about being teabagged by survivors then. Don't be hypocrites.

    The only hypocrites are those that BM Survivors and don't want BM in return. The people who've spoken out against this in this thread don't BM Survivors (at the very least, not in this manner). Good job telling people who've literally come here to express their support to [BAD WORD] off, though...

  • EvelineEveline Member Posts: 2,340
    I meant people who do that, relax. :)
  • ZarathosZarathos Member Posts: 844
    Eveline said:
    Don't cry about being teabagged by survivors then. Don't be hypocrites.
    How does that relate to practising a skill like aiming a hatchet with the huntress. People with egos so big they teabag and hit hooked survivours have no class. But i guess giving the popularity of some streamers it pays off to be a toxic bad mannered player.
  • EvelineEveline Member Posts: 2,340
    You can practice it on moving targets it's more challenging. :)
  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 1,403

    @Mrrgle_the_Mediocre said:
    Yeah, there isn't too much you can do. You could search for pallets or generators you neglected, but it's only an extra 100 points and it's kind of tedious. You can bob your head up and down which is entertaining for like, 3 seconds. Hitting the Survivor is just kinda fun because you get to see the animation and something is happening. Plus, as someone who plays Cannibal, I love chainsawing somebody on the hook because of the frequent screaming, it really let's me get used to the sound of a Meg in pain. I frickin' hate Meg, but I'm only going to touch upon that if some dork makes the mistake of asking me to.

    Yeah...well I don’t particularly like Leatherface’s squealing pig noises and duck waddling but we can’t all have what we want can we?

  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 1,403

    I hate when killers hit you over and over again like idiots. If it is the last survivor then it’s not really that big of a deal but if you do that constantly to whoever in on the hook in the middle of the match it is just BM.

  • Mister_xDMister_xD Member Posts: 3,008

    they like their meat soft i guess.

  • JoannaVOJoannaVO Member Posts: 742

    I just let it happen and minimize until the whole sacrifice process happened and move on. Doesn't really bother me too much.

  • TheHourManTheHourMan Member Posts: 721
    edited September 2018
    For me, I do it because they are the one who is injured and they would be the more likely one to down between the two if they got unhooked right next to me. And really, this is an efficiency thing. Of course, once I have lost focus on that target (either after they died, escaped or I got away from the hook without seeing anyone trying to unhook them) then I tunnel that [BAD WORD] who was stupid enough to unhook someone right in front of me.

    Edit: misunderstood what you meant.
    A lot of killers do this to silence the scream of a survivor or to signal to them "Oh my god please stop struggling because I am impatient"
  • ZarathosZarathos Member Posts: 844
    Eveline said:
    You can practice it on moving targets it's more challenging. :)
    Not at the end of the game when everyone is sacrificed then you might as well do something constructive while the survivour is struggling. Obviously i wouldnt throw a game to to take potshots at a hooked survivour i might be attempting to predict a shot at the hooked survivour from the distance as their getting unhooked. 
  • YzalirkYzalirk Member Posts: 59
    I only due it if they were a nuisance that match.  

    If I can get toxic Survivors hooked, I do it to but that rarely happens.  Toxic SWF groups always beat me and makes me want to mori myself. 
  • DeadByFlashlightDeadByFlashlight Member Posts: 1,642

    @Eveline said:
    Don't cry about being teabagged by survivors then. Don't be hypocrites.

    I will never BM a survivor playing without crutches and not BMing.
    But if you dont wanna stick to my codex, then I dont see a reason to stick to yours :wink:

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