The Sad Truth Of Playing Killer.
EDIT: Wow, this post turned out to be nearly prophetic. Sometimes I hate being right. RIP Pinhead, you poor man.
As much as I like this game, it's rough being a killer main.
You are constantly expected to adhere to an unspoken and often inconsistent 'code of conduct'.
You aren't supposed to do everything within your power to win. Camp, tunnel, play the wrong killer, bring the wrong perks, bring addons and you'll be whinged at or DCed on.
Survivors, however, are not expected to adhere to any ruleset whatsoever - even regarding basic politeness. I can't think of a single day where at least half my games don't have someone teabagging me or flicking me with a daft macro, only to DC the second I hook them.
For a long while, I just took this as a quirk of the game. I tried to be 'nice' and to play 'fair'.
Then I realized something.
Nobody thanks you when you play 'nice'. You are more likely to get BMed and ridiculed.
Instead, go in hard. Play sweaty. Bring your best perks. Tunnel someone down as soon as you can. Proxy camp if you need to. Slug. Be the bad guy.
Once you are winning, then you can play fair. And if you decide to ease up when you were thrashing them, then and only then will you get a thank-you.
Oh, and if you weren't completely depressed yet - here's something for you to think on.
BHVR recently nerfed Wraith pretty hard. The reason given was that he was too easy to play and too difficult for newer players to deal with. At high levels of play, he was low-mid tier at best. But BHVR famously 'don't balance around the top tiers of play'.
They recently released their list of kill rates, and Nurse was hilariously low.
At high levels of play however, Nurse is top tier. BHVR specifically said that they have no plans to buff Nurse.
So, essentially, they've basically admitted that they'll nerf a killer if he's too easy to succeed with at lower MMR, even if he's fine at high MMR. However, they won't buff a killer if she's ridiculously weak at lower MMR, because they are scared of it being OP at high MMR.