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Ridiculous amount of toxic survivors.



  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794

    Gotta love these forums. It's like everyone complains about what they want, feel about this and that, blames one and the other. And no solutions whatsoever.

    I feel like I'm reading everyone's Diary

    "Dear Diary,

    Today was a bad day for me, this one had me so mad. I think they should realize this BeHaviour isn't good for me. I wish I could have someone to tell all I'm feeling and it just change for the better."

  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,282
    edited July 31

    There is a solution: Play friendly, no matter if you are survivor or killer. And also no matter how toxic the other side is. Its the only way.

  • DragonMasterDarrenDragonMasterDarren Member Posts: 643

    i'd get feeling a bit insulted since they're disrespecting you but i wouldn't get that tilted over it

  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794

    If You play friend and I play friendly. What's to stop the next person to not play friendly? Then the one who played friendly meets that one not playing friendly comes here and again we see a newly made forum all about it? Then the solution isn't being a solution at all. Because not everyone will be friendly. Not everyone will ignore being taunted.

    This is why I say this forum has become their Diary. To vent their feelings onto. But in the end. No solutions are going to be made.

  • VonCrowVonCrow Member Posts: 129

    Almost any online game has a toxic community, because internet is the easiest place to be an [BAD WORD].

    The tbaggers an flashlight clickers just want the attention they don't get in real life, probably because of a miserable house ambient or even school. If you ignore them its the best thing you can do to remember them how miserable they are.

  • ChunChunMaruChunChunMaru Member Posts: 52

    The DBD community is easily the most toxic game community that I've personally been a part of. And I've heard that same sentiment echoed by a few a people. Unfortunately, that's just the way it is. Like this thread shows, toxicity might as well be encouraged because people will just blame you for having a problem with it. It's like bro, win or lose, I don't want "just ignore the chat" to be the standard. I don't want to be harassed on my steam profile either for being a "camping/tunneling loser". Not to mention the mandatory 1 DC per match that you STILL get flamed for because you didn't play nice and let all three of them go like you're their dad or something. You see it a lot more with survivors primarily because they are the bigger player base but it's almost part of the culture.

  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,282

    If you are not toxic in any case, you take action by making toxicity unpopular. Its really not a difficult concept to understand. If you spread out good behavior, people will see that and some might change their attitute. And some can lead to many, and many can lead to almost all of them.

  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794

    That's very naive of you to believe. Not everyone will be nice. Not will being nice will stop those who are not nice to change their ways. Say you are nice the entire time. How often did that make another stop being toxic? At that moment when they are already not nice to begin with? How often have you experienced change to being nice after you encounter those being toxic?

  • ClickyClickyClickyClicky Member Posts: 3,536

    True for about half I agree.

    The other half though, nah there are just some bad apples out there

  • RoobnusRoobnus Member Posts: 316

    I don't think you can't change a persond attitude via a video game.

    Why are people toxic and want to make other people suffer? The root of that toxicity is probably much deeper and it can't just be solved by "being nice to them regardless of their behaviour". It more often backfire in them taking advantage of nice people.

  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,282

    Uff, its actually really naive to believe that cause and action does not exist. Because with your statement you just did that.

    Everyone can change things, trust me. You might take also a look at history.

  • JukenobiJukenobi Member Posts: 240

    Don't take the game so seriously. Rank means nothing, it's not competitive in any way. Getting triggered by pointing is pretty sad. Sounds like this isn't the game for you, or you need a break. If that is rage inducing I am scared to know how real life things affect you. O.O

  • whiteixalwhiteixal Member Posts: 19

    if you see them, just tunnel and kill them.

    no reason for your anger be on this thread instead of the very survivors who tbaged you

    if it's an exit gate tbag, eat it up. you're gonna see that all the time.

  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794
    edited July 31

    Yes, everyone has the ability to change things. For themselves, you can't change others

    Cause and Effect? What does Newton's Law got to do with The Will of People. Choosing to be who they are.

    And if you wanna bring up History

    Has Racism really changed? Ot has the info of it changed?

    P.S. you didnt answer my question

  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,282

    By changing yourself, you change others. This is really not worth discussion for me, because i see it as an undeniable fact. Not agreeing with this just leads to nothing, and nothing cant change anything that should be changed, right? The better question is, whats the point of not beeing nice to each other? Just your believe that you can not change anything anyway? Ignoring a problem is suporting the problem..

    You ask has Racism changed? Oh god yes it has. It is no where near perfect, but compare it with the past. Or women's rights... Simple people changed that, not some strange force that came out of nowhere. Poeple make opinions. And people make attitude. The question is not if you can cause anything, the question is only WHAT your inpact in society (in our case a game) is.

    How often did that make another stop being toxic?

    I had a lot of moments but it is also not always the direct and immediate effect i am talking about. That should be clear by now.

  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794

    I dont speak for others. I actually play Fair. It IS just a Game. I at times message GG. To those who play fair. Did what they were meant to do. But more often than not. There are those who go beyond and wait by the gates clicking and tagging. Alright, that's there fun. I dont go near the gates when I know I lost.

    It takes time. They eventually leave but still. That level of toxicity is there because obviously they won. Just leave. Right? Be nice and leave?

    Where's the change and effect ? And it's obvious the forums are filled to the brim with toxic forum posts. So where's the change?

    Just leave right?

  • RullisiRullisi Member Posts: 183

    Yep. These are the survs you face once you reach red ranks. Funny dbd teabag bully killer game hahahah this is going to my dbd funny moments compilation. How do you even have fun with people who don't take the game seriously?

  • xEaxEa Member Posts: 2,282

    The change is right here and you experience it right now, all the time. Imagine everyone would say that toxic is the coolest thing on earth? Trust me, after a while most of them, maybe even you might jump on that train. The human brain is evolving and its learning (from enviorment and other people mostly). We are learning all the time, hopefully the right things.

  • madamrettomadamretto Member Posts: 324

    Never have I ever teabagged a killer like those survivor do at every pallet and at the exit gates. The only time I do it is when I want to say thank you to the killer for letting me go or farm. I don't use flashlights (honestly, I'm not good with it either), this clicking noise drives me crazy. I don't point at the killer when they are stunned with the pallet. Why waste time and add more stress to the game? I mean maybe I'm an empathetic person because I can imagine how BM it looks from the killer perspective. I'm a mediocre player who can barely do something toxic in this game. But when you achieved everything and you are too cocky and confident, or you just like irritating people, good for you I guess🙄

  • IIITweedleIIIIIITweedleIII Member Posts: 794

    Believe me or not. I'm already nice. It was how I was raised THAT'S my environment at play. I play nice, as I just posted. And still when even I lose. They don't give 2-piece about it. But oh if I downed them, hook them, chase their friend. I get called out with hate.

    Same situation, I'm a solo survivor. Always have always will. I am doing my job. Fixing gens. What does that Stranger Survivor, wounded and running, do? Run to me while I'm healthy fixing a gen near complete. Bringing the killer to me


    I'm playing fair, but they need me distracting the killer. Then that same player, wants immediately healed, "tbagging" to get my attention off the gen, when they find me working on a Gen after the fact

    Did my nice playing effect and change that player's egoism?

  • stubbornDwarfstubbornDwarf Member Posts: 42

    lol "the game is not toxic --- seek mental health treatment"

    While I agree that the best course of action is to just ignore toxic behavior (or report it), its outrageous to see people saying that complaining about toxic behavior is related to mental illness. If you think that toxic behavior is OK or is the "standard" the problem is on YOU.

  • GhosteGhoste Member Posts: 855

    If you think about it, teabagging is good for the Killer because the Survivor is standing still when they could be gaining distance on you. Just saying.

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