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If you're keeping your profile private, you don't have the right to leave a salty comment.

D3spairD3spair Member Posts: 651
edited June 11 in General Discussions

I just wanted to discuss this. Everyday, I keep getting a minimum of 1 salty comment on my steam. I wear these with pride as One salty comment = One Rekted SWF, but it just irks me that people are leaving these comments while keeping their profile private. You cowards! keep your profile public if you want to leave your cringy salty comment on someone else profile.

btw I know lots of people playing DBD that plays alot of H3nta1 Games and shows their profile with pride as well.

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  • D3spairD3spair Member Posts: 651

    We're gonna have comment wars? idk it seems normal for my region to have a profile comment war... I guess coming from having dota 2 and csgo, it was normal to have a nice and toxic salty comment war once a day.

  • CaulDrohnCaulDrohn Member Posts: 1,106

    OK, whatever suits you ...

    But, if they have their profile public, but friends only comments, do they still count as "cowards"? Just asking out of curiosity ^^

  • HectorBrandoHectorBrando Member Posts: 2,775
    edited June 11

    I think this is a thread more suited for Steam forums than BHVR ones, after all the ones who can enact a change to avoid that is Valve, not BHVR. Not that I care much but its similar to the "Bring Stranger Things content back" threads both things are not up to BHVR.

  • D3spairD3spair Member Posts: 651

    idk I haven't encountered that one? Those people are the one's that leaves nice comments.

    Example:

    I would love to leave a comment back for him but yea can't comment.


  • AkumakajiAkumakaji Member Posts: 2,878

    I though have 6 pages full of them. Some are pretty hillarious, especially if you know the games that inspired them.

    I wear my comments with pride, too, but the vast majority of players, whom I want to write a little piece, have their profile indeed on private; they probably couldn't deal with all the salt, I guess? But to each their own.

  • noctis129noctis129 Member Posts: 967

    Salty comments are what keeps this game alive.


    I embrace it.

  • oxygenoxygen Member Posts: 2,889

    Also very good point!

    I have a friend with some really expensive and rare CSGO stuff, and he attracts scammers and phishers. They didn't only add him, they also posted shady links in his comments (some of them got past Steam's filter too) or tried to add his friends (including me) in an attempt to account hijack and then impersonate us to get to the "target".

    It makes perfect sense he put his comments and friends list to friends only. I wouldn't want to risk getting anyone clicking a shady link in MY profile comments to potentially get in trouble either, or have my friends get bothered by shady people. I'm sure he doesn't really care if that means privacy shaming dbd players will assume he's hiding pages of -rep cheater comments or he plays in a 4man every survivor match he plays.

  • lav3lav3 Member Posts: 417

    Make only your friends can post comments.

    I understand what you want to say and how petty those people are.

  • EntitySpawnEntitySpawn Member Posts: 3,738

    I dont agree, people can keep their profiles private because everyone deserves that right and while I dont know you and how you play/what you say.

    But if someone is horrible, racist, a bully etc. Then yes you do deserve the comments, however if it's just over stupid stuff like camping and tunneling then whatever just ignore the stupidity

  • HexDaddyissuesHexDaddyissues Member Posts: 328

    yeah, if you dont have an openly public profile, you have no right to free speech

    /s


    get over yourself

  • ShinobuSKShinobuSK Member Posts: 4,626

    Lmao

  • _AdamFrancis__AdamFrancis_ Member Posts: 698

    Me who plays DBD on ps4 and steam and has literally zero salty comments in the last month:

  • LaluziLaluzi Member Posts: 4,872

    People who hide their profiles aren't necessarily doing it to avoid salt; they may also be trying to hide their hours.

    As for comments, eh. I'll leave +reps to people if I really liked them, or give steam badges, but I won't write negative profile comments unless they were cheating. Anything I absolutely need to say can be said in postgame chat, they don't need it glued to their account.

  • weirdkid5weirdkid5 Member Posts: 2,139

    Who actually cares?

  • Thr_ustThr_ust Member Posts: 464

    I mean…. I’d say nobody really has/should have the right to leave salty comments? It’s just a game, say what you want in endgame chat but leave other people alone, if ya can’t do that you aren’t ready to be a part of an online community.

  • TheArbiterTheArbiter Member Posts: 1,527

    if someone leaves a salty comment on your profile you can literally delete it in two clicks

  • sulaimansulaiman Member Posts: 2,680

    Ähm no. I do have the right while keeping my profile private. The thing is, you have the same right and can also keep your profile private if you dont like it.

    The reason i have a private profile is that i, when i started this game 4 years ago, i used the same name for my online-persona, meaning i used the same name in games, forums etc (it was not common, and i have a gaming history back to 1998, there are transcpits of matches i played in starcraft around the internet).

    When i started this game, a very salty killer started to stalk said online persona, registering in forums i am member of and sending me messages, and entering other games i played to find me (and if possible backstab me).

    I learned, and since then, i use a different name for every forum, game, or whatever. And yet, i still have the right to comment in any profile that allows it.

  • ThiccBudhhaThiccBudhha Member Posts: 6,975

    It does make them more brave with an open profile because most of the toxic weirdos are beta as hell. Irl they are that guy getting annoyed but too afraid to speak up. On the internet, they are finally free to be who they really are without the fear of a pimp smack.

  • VikingDragonXiiVikingDragonXii Member Posts: 2,140

    I only have one and it's from a player that said Good Demo Puppy hehe.

  • duyguduygu Member Posts: 120

    seems like u r not used to the internet

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