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Why are so many survivors toxic?

Can someone explain this to me? It is not important how you play as a Killer. No matter what you do. If you play normal, they are toxic, salty and the will insult you. If you camp, they are toxic, salty and they will insult you. There is only one case where they won't get toxic: If you loose completely and every survivor will get away, but then they will call you a noob like there is no ending.

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  • powerbatspowerbats Member Posts: 7,068

    @LaikaIwanowa said:
    Can someone explain this to me? It is not important how you play as a Killer. No matter what you do. If you play normal, they are toxic, salty and the will insult you. If you camp, they are toxic, salty and they will insult you. There is only one case where they won't get toxic: If you loose completely and every survivor will get away, but then they will call you a noob like there is no ending.

    Most of my games as a killer aren't that way and usually when they're salty it's at another survivor for doing nothing whole match and then leaving. Although if you're at 20 then you do get more salty games.

  • weirdkid5weirdkid5 Member Posts: 2,139

    They dont play the Killer side so they continue to play with these false notions and made up rules.

    Plus mob mentality. It's much easier to feel like a hard ass when you have 3 of your buddies backing you up.

  • EpicFailTryHardEpicFailTryHard Member Posts: 1,316
    they are flagrant nutjobs.  i just stare at them during their teabag dance at the gate anymore.
  • DragonredkingDragonredking Member Posts: 874

    It's easier to act like a jackass when you outnumber someone.

    And for people that say that killer are as toxic as survivor

    Find me one survivor profile with pages of killers wishing his family cancer and then you'll have proven your point until then doe...

  • BOSS242BOSS242 Member Posts: 171

    It's not just survivors, you're just on the killer side so you don't see it live & in person. Try reading around forums and you'll see that both sides are equally rude.

    Unfortunately very true! :( but like someone said just do the best job you can to have fun and dont let others ruin that for you. People are not as nice or understanding as they should be 
  • GrandmaGrandma Member Posts: 36

    cos there's a ratio of 4 - to - 1 for survivors and salty. roughly the same percent of killers are as salty as the same amount of survivors, you just see more survivors in every game so it's more obvious.

  • AlexAnarchyAlexAnarchy Member Posts: 685

    @Grandma said:
    cos there's a ratio of 4 - to - 1 for survivors and salty. roughly the same percent of killers are as salty as the same amount of survivors, you just see more survivors in every game so it's more obvious.

    Do people not realize how absolutely stupid they sound when they try to say a community of 4 to 1 somehow comes off as even in any aspect of anything??

  • JuyaJuya Member Posts: 63

    @AlexAnarchy said:

    @Grandma said:
    cos there's a ratio of 4 - to - 1 for survivors and salty. roughly the same percent of killers are as salty as the same amount of survivors, you just see more survivors in every game so it's more obvious.

    Do people not realize how absolutely stupid they sound when they try to say a community of 4 to 1 somehow comes off as even in any aspect of anything??

    Considering a large part of the community players both killers and survivors, this whole thread makes no sense.

  • BigBlackMoriBigBlackMori Member Posts: 220

    I'll say this: I've never had a Killer come to my profile and tell me to kill myself, but thousands of survivors have done so. Some even stalk my profile for days and days to continue their insults, and get their friends who i don't know and have never played with to do the same. One even posted a picture of my kid and the address of his school online, spammed my cell phone with really nasty racist texts, and more besides. Survivor mains are entitled and feel invincible, and this is proof.

  • CetrenCetren Member Posts: 979

    I'll say this: I've never had a Killer come to my profile and tell me to kill myself, but thousands of survivors have done so. Some even stalk my profile for days and days to continue their insults, and get their friends who i don't know and have never played with to do the same. One even posted a picture of my kid and the address of his school online, spammed my cell phone with really nasty racist texts, and more besides. Survivor mains are entitled and feel invincible, and this is proof.

    This is kind of my deal here.

    Have I met killers that are a little upset with the circumstance of their game? Yeah.

    Have I met killers that go out of their way to make me feel miserable or humiliated while doing and saying things that are completely disrespectful and sometimes borderline illegal? No. Not a single one in thousands of hours.

    To say that both sides are equally salty is a joke to all the people that put up with survivors.
  • TrotfoxxTrotfoxx Member Posts: 105

    Some people just want to watch the word burn.

  • EpicFailTryHardEpicFailTryHard Member Posts: 1,316
    powerbats said:

    @LaikaIwanowa said:
    Can someone explain this to me? It is not important how you play as a Killer. No matter what you do. If you play normal, they are toxic, salty and the will insult you. If you camp, they are toxic, salty and they will insult you. There is only one case where they won't get toxic: If you loose completely and every survivor will get away, but then they will call you a noob like there is no ending.

    Most of my games as a killer aren't that way and usually when they're salty it's at another survivor for doing nothing whole match and then leaving. Although if you're at 20 then you do get more salty games.



    i just love how people glorify higher ranks.  the higher you go, the more swf as killer.  higher you go as survivor, the more camping and tunneling you will see.
  • powerbatspowerbats Member Posts: 7,068

    @EpicFailTryHard said:
    powerbats said:

    @LaikaIwanowa said:

    Can someone explain this to me? It is not important how you play as a Killer. No matter what you do. If you play normal, they are toxic, salty and the will insult you. If you camp, they are toxic, salty and they will insult you. There is only one case where they won't get toxic: If you loose completely and every survivor will get away, but then they will call you a noob like there is no ending.

    Most of my games as a killer aren't that way and usually when they're salty it's at another survivor for doing nothing whole match and then leaving. Although if you're at 20 then you do get more salty games.


    i just love how people glorify higher ranks.  the higher you go, the more swf as killer.  higher you go as survivor, the more camping and tunneling you will see.

    Where again did I glorify higher ranks again? I never did so you might want to rethink that reply to me unless you were referring to someone else's post. In which case you should quote them and not me in your reply.

  • UltraXUltraX Member Posts: 30

    I'll say this: I've never had a Killer come to my profile and tell me to kill myself, but thousands of survivors have done so. Some even stalk my profile for days and days to continue their insults, and get their friends who i don't know and have never played with to do the same. One even posted a picture of my kid and the address of his school online, spammed my cell phone with really nasty racist texts, and more besides. Survivor mains are entitled and feel invincible, and this is proof.

    Wow, I'm sorry that happened to you.

    I have had very nasty threats flung my way in end game chat. If those people can't get a word in end game chat, they will go to your profile to look for anything they can comment on.
  • KatKat Member Posts: 12

    The whole community is toxic, seriously get over it. If you wanna throw some insults back. do it, might make you feel better afterwards or just go to the next match and forget it.

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