The ones who never go first, and always on the team's back.
You can always see them ending up with way less deaths than their teammates have.
making threads such as this one
Showing up last, always send someone first then trade always telling your teammates to show presence on other places to 3rd party or just knowing positions etc
I mean I used to see quality baiters on faceit all the time, would camp back in whatever part of the map and then pick up kills when enemies rush at him in a 1 on 4 to boost his kd
The inability to understand the game is ateam game, they are afraid to die for the team and only want to pad stats.
BlameF and KSCERATO
Players that will get one opening kill per map and no more. Admittedly they’re left to clutch and they aren’t bad aimers, but really they let their teammates do the heavy lifting and they go in last
the correct def of baiter is using ur teammate to get kills like u know hes gonna get killed ur just using him so that enemy concentrates on him while u kill the enemy its kinda the same logic as baiting in fishing sacrificing a worm or something to catch a fish
People who actively makes sure their teammates are entering the sites before them so their teammates are like human baits to lure out where the CTs are.
When you wait for your team mate to go in first to reveal where is enemy hiding and then after your mate dies u can easly refrag knowing where the enemy is
watch a demo from Electronic POV
watch a demo from s1mple POV
High level CS has a well structured setup where each player has their role. Certain players are supposed to be alive last because of their ability to win the rounds.
MM and faceit is full of statpadders who talk shit about you while they are the last ones alive every single round, getting 1-2 exit frags and then dying, asking the team why are they so useless.
There is a reason why this generation has so many oxygen wasters. They don't even know that they have been playing a 5v5 game for years.
If someone doesn't get a kill with style (1tap or spray trans or noscope or smt) and especially if he is a little inconsistent he is baiter. Only Poggers are truely skilled all other trash. And you read this so far and still didn't get the sarcasm? kys then.
HLTV users these days discribe players as baiters, who due to their role within the team often get more frags and (most importantly) less deaths than their teammates.
What most of them don't understand is the fact, that it's not their role (as a professional baiter) that gives them the stats, but rather their stats that gives them the role.
Good teams don't wont their best players to go in first or do the risky plays. They want them to take advantage of the space that their teammates oppened up for them so they can gain the most out of their superior skill.
According to our HLTV experts everyone is a baiter who has the habit to survive rounds.
On CT Side:
- Not peeking out with your mates during a t push although you clearly had the chance to instead hiding to catch one easy frag be traded and lose the round
- Not holding your spot properly, consciously letting enemies walk out unspotted in a spot you are supposed to cover with your team mates relying on that cover
- Never going in first in a retake. But always be the first one to lurk for exit frags.
On T Side:
- Never going out first in buy rounds.
- Not moving for way too long in the round.
- Deliberately waiting for team mates to setup for an easy 0 impact trade kill (usually when a round is basically already lost)
- "Lurking" on the other side of the map although your team is obviously struggeling to even get on a bombsite.
If I want to give a short and precise definition
-someone who don't use his good spawn in t when a rush is called
-someone who purposely does not involve himself in a fight except if he has good reasons such as letting a mate fighting and probably die against 2 ennemies but killing with very high probability the 2 ennemies RIGHT AFTER
Just watch any demo of zywh0.
just sitting back not doing anything actively and waiting for something to happen.
99% of the time it is just being said bc of rage, but a real baiter is the guy that only wants kills and sacrifices teammates lives for it
Basically, not entrying, (entrying doesn't mean having opening kills, opening kills don't mean that you're not baiting, otherwise Zeus or Xizt would be the biggest baiter), always behind someone else, saving, players with less than 0.6DPR (except if they don't have so much kills, under 0.65KPR I'd say, like AMANEK, he doesn't bait, he just has less opportunities)
Some people say that players like ropz bait for example but it's also his roles, an extremity will, most of time, die less etc.
But players in the trio that don't really support in the good way, but more like supporting for staying behind like blameF, some players are just here to revenge like EliGE, huNter, NiKo
baiting for info is smart on a pro team, no shame in that.
it's the shitlords on faceit baiting every situation so they can barely break positive kd that gives baiting a bad name,
Baiters are pretty much the ones that uses their teammates in order to take the fights. They will never go and start an aim duel with an opponent, they will wait for their teammate to start it and then either trade him or be there while his teammate kills the opponent.
well the answer is pretty s1mple
Actually definiton is simple