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Is it just me, or are survivors more toxic than killers

Me, being a killer main, I am just a bit toxic but survivors are way more toxic. Every game I get at least one message saying that I toxic for camping or tunneling. The thing is that there is 2 people gen rushing, a Claudette camping somewhere, and a Nea or Meg doing every single infinite on the map, so the survivors are asking for me to be tunneling. If there are any other killer mains out there I feel your pain.

Thats all I have to say



  • YaiPaYaiPa Member Posts: 1,929

    Yeah, they had the control over this game since day one: they are the bigger player base, the easiest and the strongest. They are toxic because they have the power to be it.

    Yet, I don't blame nobody for being toxic, is funny ruining somebody's experience (of course between some limits), it's another way of playing the game.

  • xllxENIGMAxllxxllxENIGMAxllx Member Posts: 923

    That's why nurse should remain untouched except no skill add-ons ( additionnal blinks , omega). Survivors like to Tbag when a killer get looped for age because map design is so well made. Once nurse annihilate those we get salt message , no GG why because they can't be toxic and by a fact they are not having fun.

    It's the same for killers that get looped for age they don't have fun. No killers with the max skill cap achieved by a player should get no kill because of how the map/balance are for killers.

    That being said the killer should be the power role and survivor should be afraid of them not tbagging/trolling them.

    Here a video i found yesterday


  • SenatorAcadiaSenatorAcadia Member Posts: 72

    In my experience as someone who plays both on Ps4 I've had many more toxic survivors than killers.

    A killer being 'toxic' is killing the survivors.

    A survivor is clicking flashlights, tbagging, hanging in the exits, pointing, etc. None of those things have anything to do with game play.

    And as far as I can tell, End Game Collapse was added specifically because so many survivors acted like jerks, no?

  • ChickenchaserChickenchaser Member Posts: 391

    It's not just you.

  • B_RandomB_Random Member Posts: 370

    Survivors are way more toxic than killers. People can say killer's are more toxic than survivors. But you can't deny Survivors are way more toxic than killers. I've been on both ends and have seen a lot of, killers can Camp, Tunnel and that's mostly the gist of it. But Survivors T-Bag, waste your time, flashlight spam, insta-heal, point + t-bag, etc. So much more worse than what killers do.

  • B_RandomB_Random Member Posts: 370

    You listed Tea-bagging as GhostFace and Pig as toxic. You do know they're the only 2 killers that can Tea-Bag, one better than the other. Making Juice when they're down, vomiting galore - you basically just said that Clown and Plague's usage of their powers are also toxic. I don't think those necessarily count as being toxic. So you might want to reconsider a few.

  • JagoJago Member Posts: 1,670

    Both are equally toxic.

  • 8obot1c8obot1c Member Posts: 1,129

    im talking vomiting 5 times on you and it is toxic when clown makes juice on top of your downed body. Yes I know only 2 killers can do that, but it’s still toxic.

  • Aven_FallenAven_Fallen Member Posts: 12,408

    Besides having more Survivors than Killers in a Lobby, when one out of four Survivors is toxic, you WILL remember the toxic one, but not the three guys who were not toxic.

    Killers are as toxic as Survivors.

  • se05239se05239 Member Posts: 3,919

    Overall, I'd say "Yes" to survivor being more toxic. Their sheer majority in the playerbase alone makes it a statistical truth. Of course, neither side is perfect.

  • HazeHoundHazeHound Member Posts: 814

    Discovery of the year ;).

  • BirdmanOwOBirdmanOwO Member Posts: 43

    I'ma simple man; If I didn't get to touch a generator, or a totem for a small amount of time, or I get mori'd 4 minutes into the game, you're getting some toxic #########. The thing is, I care for about 30 seconds, then decide to have fun with my anger, making a fool of myself and the Killer.

    You also won't get a GG. I barely even got to play because you tunneled with a Mori, Idi Nahui

  • RedcumRedcum Member Posts: 261

    I actually see more toxic killers than toxic survivors at mid rank. At high rank, it's full of toxic survivors.

  • MrPeterPFLMrPeterPFL Member Posts: 636

    People are toxic in general, survivor or killer. Swallow the lost pill and move on.

  • ZeroDivideZeroDivide Member Posts: 40

    I easily play 20-30+ survivor games for every killer game (speaking of which dbd should track stats like that ingame for players), and survivor toxic behavior is just through the roof. I used to see a lot of facecamping myers and bubbas back over a year ago but after the hallowed blight I only bump into maybe one camper a month. A basement bubba I ran into last month just reved his chainsaw and nodded ferociously before trading hooked players and let both of us go. Mori's happen to poo up about once a day but they are usually green and often the killer says they are sorry that had a kill by their hand daily.

    On the other hand... Every day is salty survivor comments after salty comments post match. See another survivor pallet stun a killer and Id bet money on seeing them tbag. Survivors that yell out tunneler and camper post match but I unhooked them twice and the killer wasn't anywhere around the hook. If I had to guess maybe one in ten games that a killer sticks around to chat another survivor other then myself will say gg with out ez at the end.

    And survivors are toxic to other survivors too. Last game I had three claudettes tell me to swap to claudette 'or else'. Or else turned out to be two of them nodding at me on the hook until they got crows and left me to die. Ive had similar with davids. Then there are the guys that run around dropping all the pallets while not in a chase and dc before they get caught.

    Now sweaty killers... I see a lot of sweaty killers. Lots of slugging, rarely mercy after two dc's. Killers that block the hatch instead of playing the guess the door game. They often apologized saying they just didnt want to depip but still sweaty games. But thats not toxic, thats a crummy emblem system.

  • PandapocalypzexXPandapocalypzexX Member Posts: 25

    I love people pointing out actual game mechanics as toxic.

    I had a trapper drop and pick up a trap. Effectively t-bagging.

    Both are toxic.

  • Scal3rScal3r Member Posts: 188

    Every person thinks the other sides more toxic, if you made this thread the other way around survivors would think killers are way more toxic

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 21,675
  • brokedownpalacebrokedownpalace Member Posts: 8,164

    "A killer being 'toxic' is killing the survivors."

    Lol no. Toxic killers repeatedly hit you on the hook, Mori spam you, slug you and stare at you until you bleed out or the Entity takes you in EGC, tbag as Pig or Ghost Face, ring bell in front of hook as Wraith, chainsaw you over and over again on hook as Leatherface, throw hatchets at you on hook as Huntress, etc.

    Survivors can be awful, but they are not fundamentally different people than killers. Look past your own bias.

    Never in my video game playing experience has anyone threatened me or my family. A few told me to commit suicide but that's just an edgy thing for some kids to say. Sorry you ran into some #########, but they're part of life. What do you think is different about survivors at a fundamental level where they are the type to make threats, and not killers? And what about people who play both? Did you make sure that the ones who threatened you can be officially qualified as "survivor mains?" And by whose standard?

    It's like getting mugged by a couple of people of a certain ethnicity and proclaiming that "Only those people mug me! Nobody else!"

  • BithardBithard Member Posts: 406

    The only time I go toxic with a killer is if they start hitting me on hook face camping. Then I turn into a horrible toxic try hard and ruin the killers day. There is toxic on both sides there are just more survivors.

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 21,675

    It's psychological. Look up groupthink, tribalism, and other phenomena associated with being part of a group. That's what differentiates survivors from killers.

  • LCGasterLCGaster Member Posts: 3,154

    Both sides can be toxic, but survivors are 4 and killer is only 1

    So there is a better chance at finding toxic survivors than killers

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