I fixed that for you.
Last time I checked, Camp Crystal Lake was Jason's territory. The counselors are trespassing on that territory.
No sensible member of this forum has asked for counselors to be made to feel helpless. I have seen players ask for more weapons and pocket knives for counselors.
Newer players may be a little more fearful or caught off guard than more experienced players. As you learn your way through the game, it happens much less.
The only time a counselor would be helpless is if they had nothing to protect themselves with. There is a reason why counselors run to a cabin or campsite and arm themselves when a match starts. You also have perks to grant you resources from the start as well.
I find the entitlement to be about the same for long term and short term players.
People don't like to lose, or to look like they suck when they have an audience.
All players don't put in the work to adapt and improve. That's why they lose, and that's why they are extra salty at this point.
The rate of survival for any given counselor all depends on a number of variables. Skill, luck, timing, communication and experience are just a few things that influence the outcome of a match.
If the game was the perfect embodiment of a movie, only one or two counselors would survive every match.
Intimate knowledge of the game's mechanics and animations give players who study them an edge over those who don't.
There are counselors who have a 90%+ rate of escape/survival to this day.
Just because a Jason player expects an easy kill, doesn't mean he gets it.
The same goes double for counselor escapes, and triple for a defeat of a Jason.