Flareblood wrote:Joel and Vinny, come fight me you motherfuckers.
In fact, all you dense motherfuckers need to chill. Undertale ISNT cancer. Check out /r/Undertale. Seriously, do it. Come back and tell me how much cancer you found.
Ultimately, the reason why the Undertale fandom gets so much flak is that.... well, I'll have to explain.
Undertale is a feel good game. One that really unhappy people end up imprinting on. They look for escapism and in turn, imprint on things. So when anyone challenges their "happy space", they feel a want-- no, a NEED to defend it. This isn't just Undertale. Steven Universe is an example. I personally think the show is too safe, not challenging the characters enough and undoing most of the lessons they learn next episode, so I couldn't get pasted half of Season 1. (No, I don't care about "when it gets good". Sorry.) But I can see why people would like these things if they're rather unhappy. Again, it's a feel good thing. I personally love Undertale, but the fandom... it's rough. Thus, when a fandom behaves a certian way, it tarnishes what they're fans of.
It's just when people feel the need to defend something that isn't real--something that won't be for everyone.... something that isn't theirs to begin with. This applies to people who make their own fan fics to the people that say "Not for me, thanks." It's the people who feel like they have some honor to defend over... well, fiction. :U
That's the toxicity of any
fandom. Ones that look for fights. Ones that not only look for fights, but have no means to defend them-- or in your case, are far too lazy to defend it in a way people would understand your view point. Instead you've pointed people to a wall of text that nay-sayers wouldn't care to read. People who resort to petty name calling in an attempt to pass some point. THAT... is toxic. You saying someone is dense for hating something is the same as if I said you're dense for liking it. How do you react? ....There you go.
...Unless this is some troll attempt. Then... good job?