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Everyone talks about Toxic survivor but....

KikkiKikki Member Posts: 526

What is with Toxic Killer's? Expecially if you weren't Toxic to them? Like hitting someone one the hook or facecamping?

I don't know.I play on the PS4 and I noticed that the most Toxic one's playing at the evening.

Toxicness of both side's need's to stop.It is just a game!

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  • KikkiKikki Member Posts: 526

    Yeah but if someone isn't Toxic to you then you shouldn't Toxic to them.Not all Survivor are like this.

  • KikkiKikki Member Posts: 526

    Than they may be swf.

    I noticed that (I don't know) 80% of the Killer are toxic at the evening.

    If I say.If the Killer/Sirvivor aren't toxic than the other side shouldn't toxic too..

    It's just like someone hit you ind the face and you hit a random Person in the face because you got hit :/

  • MineAntoiyaMineAntoiya Member Posts: 847

    *Gets run by a Claudette with Balanced on Haddonfield abusing windows*

    *I catch them, hit them once on the hook*

    Them: wHy sOo tOxIc?

  • GrootDudeGrootDude Member Posts: 14,127

    If camping is toxic then so is doing gens.

  • GrootDudeGrootDude Member Posts: 14,127

    @Kikki then you need to re-read your original post

  • MineAntoiyaMineAntoiya Member Posts: 847

    @Kikki it only is when mixed with balanced landing on haddonfield. Literal infinites

  • GrootDudeGrootDude Member Posts: 14,127

    @MineAntoiya also Lery’s

  • GrootDudeGrootDude Member Posts: 14,127

    @Kikki and if face camping is toxic then so is doing gens quickly.

  • KikkiKikki Member Posts: 526

    You know... there were addons that called Brand new Part and they want to be used.

    If they are toxic for you then Mori and pink addon's are toxic too

    Ah I know! This game should get rip off flashlight's,Pink addon's(for both)and Mori.

    How does that sound?

    Anyway Facecamper would still facecamping you.

  • fluffybunnyfluffybunny Member Posts: 2,161

    Gens getting done quickly is a bi-product of camping and tunneling down someone/not applying pressure. @TreemanXD Camping generally is considered toxic since it's keeping someone from playing the game and being rescued.

  • fluffybunnyfluffybunny Member Posts: 2,161

    @Kikki There's a semi infinite in Haddonfield. I've seen Puppers run it before.

  • KillermainBTWm8KillermainBTWm8 Member Posts: 4,215
  • GrootDudeGrootDude Member Posts: 14,127

    @fluffybunny that’s not always the case. Sometimes the survivors are better than you so they go quickly anyway.

    All of those are annoying but they aren’t toxic. People from both sides need to stop calling ways you kill/survive toxic. Face camping is annoying but it isn’t toxic and neither is gen rushing.

  • fluffybunnyfluffybunny Member Posts: 2,161

    @TreemanXD The only time I'd consider it a real gen rush is if there was green toolboxes with prove thyself, but I don't really think people are "toxic" for bring certain perks. A lot of the unfair aspects have been curved a bit, I think, and items that were way too strong (4 man BNP was a joke way back when) have been thankfully nerfed. I understand what you mean, though. I'm still getting better as killer and will occasionally get a group I can't compete with. Like everyone loops really well.

  • KurisataruKurisataru Member Posts: 448

    I think the word toxic is thrown around here so much because people get offended over playing the game the way it's meant to be played. I just use the word because it's everyday lingo here but. I personally LOVE the toxicity. I laugh a lot while playing this game.

    This morning I was doing a survivor daily and my teammate was farming us by the killer and he didn't even seem to care if he was winning or not, he was just cleansing dull totems, touching gens, getting bold points or something, this dude was obviously just being a jerk. So then when I got to my killer daily time, I had the fortune of farming him as wraith and turning all of his hooks into unsafe hooks and making sure he died first. I don't see it as being toxic, I just see it as playing the game. He was trying to farm bp because he needs bp, and I was just farming him back when I got the chance as killer because I needed bp too and I didn't appreciate being sandbagged as a survivor. So if he gives 2 craps then he will learn his actions do have consequences and you never know when your survivor teammate is also a killer player who can eat that bootyhole.

  • CoolConnor96CoolConnor96 Member Posts: 80

    As someone who plays both sides. Well recently ive been playing more survivor but anyway its definitely more noticeable on the survivor side. From all of my games 99.9% of the time i always get a salty message of the survivors more than the killers. And as tru3talent says: When survivors are toxic they are praised but when a killer is toxic he is an [BAD WORD].

  • PetraaahhPetraaahh Member Posts: 207

    Toxic survivors are just toxic.

    A toxic killer is usually a player who is tilted beyond belief after being abused for several games in a row and can no longer bring themselves to play in a way survivors feel is fair.

    Gets flashlight spammed body blocked teabagged... "Yo you were camping!" Or "should of given me hatch"

  • MushwinMushwin Member Posts: 3,443

    For me, and well i am more 70 surv to 30 killer, in my own opinion and experience i barely see "toxic" killers....i don't get messages from killers either at the end of the game, for me it's always survs, nomatter if i play surv or killers....and mostly i get the hatch cos they love a bit o Mushwin :)

  • se05239se05239 Member Posts: 3,919

    In my own experience, its basically exclusively survivors who're the ones being toxic towards others. Be it other survivors or the killer.

  • Caz2018Caz2018 Member Posts: 194

    I play as both and seen toxic behaviour on both sides of the game, though in varying degrees, however I think each of us perceives 'toxic' behaviour in different ways. As a killer, I hate flashlights, looping chases and gen rushing and as a survivor I hate camping and tunnelling. I don't consider this toxic though as it's a game mechanic and while it might not be the best way to build up BP, it's a recognised strategy and within the rules of the game. It's annoying, frustrating but I don't call it toxic.

    For me, toxic players are when the survivors are teabagging repeatedly at each pallet during in a chase, while I recover the stun and smash the pallet, or continual teabagging at the exit/trapdoor - I can only assume this is to taunt and provoke a reaction. I will attempt (and have succeeded) in catching them and dragging them back to hook them. That probably gets me labelled as toxic by some players but I take the view that of you're going to tea bag at the exit when the killer is running NOED, you're asking for it.

    I do agree that the toxic (or bad) behaviour is mostly on the survivor side, but also have to say that I've had plenty of games where the survivors have been a great bunch. They've run me around the map, kept me busy defending generators and totems, not rushed to save so I'm not forced into camping/tunnelling - or have been supportive and pulled their own weight as part of the survivor team. Also, as a survivor, games where killers have hooked and gone off in search of others, checked generators and patrolled generators rather than sit on top of one area, make the game fun and a battle of wits, chases and hiding. These are the best sort of games; an easy win is a hollow victory. At least, that's my feelings on the game.

    And it is just that - a game! Some you win, some you lose, but why the need to get toxic?

  • PeasantPeasant Member Posts: 4,104

    @Kikki Well hitting people once when you initially hook them is actually not toxic.

    This hit disrupts the standard loud and longer than normal hooked scream with the standard attack scream.

    Some folks use this to save their hearing, others are trying to listen for others lurking nearby.

    Overall, it's not a really toxic thing if it's just the one love tap. If they stay there and beat your meat though, that's a different thing entirely.

  • MushwinMushwin Member Posts: 3,443
    edited April 2019

    @Caz2018 because some people get butt hurt over the smallest of things....god help those people in the real world.....not that sometimes i don't get a little stressy myself with things....but i just move on, i dont start spewing hate at people, some forget it's just a game...

  • CoolConnor96CoolConnor96 Member Posts: 80

    @Peasant agreed. especially janes and adams scream.... my poor ears

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