Thank you so much for checking out my stream, I appreciate it!
You should go over my posts, it's pretty funny because there isn't a single thing on the killer side I would nerf besides the Nurse & her addons, I guess I'm just an evil survivor main 👿
The majority of my posts are news related, my comments are mostly mocking but again, evil survivor main that wants the nurse dead.
Anyway, do you have any tips on what I should talk about while I'm being chased by killers? Seems odd to talk about someone doing a generator while I'm being chased or something.
Edit: Oh I know what you're talking about yea my literal first match was someone who immediately tunneled someone off the hook and moried them, I would definitely say if this was a common thing for people it would ruin the event for them yes, I've been reading that survivors are gen rushing and ruining the event for killers, idk what survivors are supposed to do besides gens, any tips?
Who's reaching? Someone said t-bagging is like having someone literally spit in your face after a sports event, now that is reaching.
Yeah I do, but I am not a streamer.
As someone who loves to watch them, don't talk bad about people playing certain way for start.
Also I am sorry if I went overboard. Even if we disagree this is a bad way to talk to people. I might check your stream again sometimes and hope the vibe is different.
Tell me you don't follow my sports without telling me you don't follow my sports.
Until COVID, you'd most certainly be benched from our Cricket team for poor sportsmanship. Any postgame insults and nastiness would get you yeeted from our Rugby team or get a team imposed fine instantly.
About the only sports I can think of offhand that lack this tradition are Hockey, but that's more to do with logistics. Even FIFA were considering making postgame handshakes mandatory, pre COVID.
Hell, our kendo squad...if you refused to bow after the match, even if you got a good smack to the noggin, you'd likely be off the team. Word one.
As someone smart once said 'play hard during the match, but you shake hands after the game, not just to show respect for the efforts of your opponent, but for the game itself'.
Hell, even in the SC2 proscene, you're expected to type 'GG' and leaving without this would at the very least get you forced into a public apology.
And yes. I really do think that. Because how you treat other people when you have anonymity plus zero recourse from them is one of the biggest indicators of who you are as a person.
For me it depends on how they act during the trial. Teabagging at the gate? Whatever. Teabagging while camping a pallet however? That’s the toxic one that makes me sad.
Like, I do play killer, not very often anymore though because I much prefer hanging out in chat with friends or whatever but for me there is nothing a survivor can do to bother me and that's where my mentality comes from.
My understanding is that, survivors are a 'team' and they're supposed to collectively try and escape together, and there is no possible way for survivors to do that without doing gens, and on the killer side they're absolutely supposed to kill survivors and can do that how they please but they don't have to tunnel to win whereas survivors HAVE to do gens to win, and nothing really bothers me on the survivors side either but yea I got annoyed because 4 survivors brought in flans to an event and the killer brings in a mori and relentlessly tunnels this solo player out of their FIRST match of the event, I think it would leave anyone sour honestly.
Bro I type GG in end game chat and get the killer spewing garbage at me for saying it because it "wasn't a real gg". Literally can't win whether you're 'nice' or not.
and my apologies, I hadn't read this 10 year old article.
'One rule for me, one rule for thee'.
Killing one person ASAP is the optimal way for the killer to win in many circumstances. Much like slamming out gens as fast as they can and avoiding unnecessary chases and hooks is the optimal way for the survivors to win. Yes, it's possible to win without these things, but - in a tough game, it can be bloody unlikely.
You don't get to be salty about getting tunneled with a mori if killers aren't allowed to be salty about having people show up with 4x BNP, a map offering and a PTS squad.
It's fine, there's no shame in being wrong, only in not admitting it.
Also - yeah, I find that really, really hard to believe. You can't suddenly switch tack from 'I teabag everyone' to 'no, I'm really mannered, trust me'.
For some, it's a mating dance, for others, it's a way to communicate over long distances
For me, it's to assert dominance
How is it one rule for me one rule for thee, I quite literally state that killers can do it as they please but in the grand scheme of things they don't HAVE to tunnel to win, survivors HAVE to do gens to win.
Killers can get kills without tunneling, there is no other way for survivors to do gens besides literally sitting on them.
Yeah, you're missing my point.
Survivors aren't just supposed to 'do gens'. They are supposed to do gens *as fast as possible*, because it's a race between them doing gens and the killer trying to wipe them out. Thus, killers counteract this by removing a player as fast as possible.
Now, I'll try not to do this as far as possible, but sometimes - when you think it's an SWF and it's a bad map - you gotta do what you gotta do, because if you don't go claws out from the get go, you're going to get stomped.
One thing I will say is that, as someone who plays both sides evenly, I frequently see killers 'ease up' when they have control of the game, and there is even a subtle assumption that the killer will let the last survivor get hatch as a gesture of sportsmanship. I know that I get complained at enough when I don't. Although, hell, I get complained at when I do at times too.
On the other hand, in about 800 hours, I've had two survivors, total, give me a 'pity kill' on a game where I didn't get any.
Something tells me that there's a double standard at play here, but that's a different discussion.
idk man, pity kills just don't feel good to receive, it's weird - I know killer mains who dominate the majority of their matches and give the hatch / doors to the last survivor but would absolutely never give a pity kill. I wish I could explain it but we all know it, giving pity kills just doesn't feel good for either side, and ontop of that survivors average 12 - 15K for a match they die in, but average 17 - 22K in a match they escape in, all because of the giant boost in BP from escaping, it feels good to give the survivor an extra 5 - 7K, I don't know how much a killer gets but they average way more than survivors and one extra kill at end game would net them 1 - 2K I think? I wish it felt better and I can't explain why it doesn't but it's fun to give survivors a hatch or doors but doesn't feel good for the killer or survivor to give them a kill.
I don't know. I certainly appreciate, and I've been thanked by (often absolutely astonished) killers when I do it.
Killers do lose out on a fair amount of BP for not killing everyone, actually - you get a decent bonus for killing everyone.
I was hoping you would post here lol.
Its midnight and Im reading this as a general "why do people hate this"
I think its because tbagging is, both in general gaming culture and especially DbD Survivor culture, used to convey dominance over your defeated opponent. Survivors use it to essentially gloat to the Killer, so to suddenly have a Killer turn that around must hurt.
Same thing with a Killer nodding or shaking their head. Personally, I love yo bag with my GF, especially with Devour Hope moris. Just adds that extra bit
Was taking a small break from my p3 quest, checked the forums and as soon as i saw the title i thought "its showtime"
“I also caught your stream once” same lmao. I’ll leave it at that
Lol, the irony of having two people slate my stream on the forums while also telling me I should be nicer to people I meet online.
Weird, very very weird.
Well, I hope you guys enjoy all the streamers you watch that absolutely have never once said a single bad thing about the people they play against ^_^
The one thing that I find irritating: flashlight macro users. This damn noise is annoying af.
Since there is only one ghost face, GF teabagging is 100% not offensive.
If there was four, it'll be bullying.
Dude I swear they've slowed down clicking, some people have said they haven't but it feels way slower on the event flashlights.
maybe it's just me.
I have to be honest the mental gymnastics here is absolutely insane, it's very rare if ever that I've been t-bagged by all 4 survivors in a single match. If t-bagging is akin to spitting in the face or putting the middle finger up it should be the same for everyone, no?
right, gotcha, it's only offensive if a survivor does it, lol.
Thanks for clearing that up.
It's weird, I got in a little clicking contest with another survivor and trying to "manually" click as fast as possible with my mouse certainly felt like using some semi auto gun in a game where it has a fire rate cap. Meanwhile they suddenly defeated me by whipping out what I can only assume is a macro/mousewheel keybind, that thing where they don't even bring up their flashlight but they make constant bursts of clicking noises.
I honestly don't know what to believe 😄
Maybe it was a slower macro?
Because you don't play killer at all, that's why you don't find it upsetting.
I don't use macros?
Its ok fi you dont feel attacked, but the gesture of teabagging was invented and designed to humiliate and insult defeated opponents. It doesn´t originate in dbd, but it was adepted.
The teabagging person means to be insulting and disrespectful, and thats why a lot of people react to that. Its the intention that counts.
I know a poc that don´t care about racial slurs, but i know a lot do. Disrespect is disrespect, no matter which form it takes to express itself.
Neither do i. Just assuming that the macro used was a slower one. Or something like that.