The community on /mhg/ is so generous with their time putting work into weapon guides, charts and breakdowns on loot probability, and genuinely being happy for new hunters and their achievements.
Of course, there will always be those hunters who don't follow the example of the veteran hunters regarding a fun and inviting experience. I am speaking of those hunters who would mock or insult other players for fainting, or complain through the automatic texts about their death being the result of other player actions.
"ARE YOU SERIOUS? LOL"
"WHY DIDN'T YOU HIT ME?!"
"Nice Job Idiot"
"Dude, just abandon the quest"
There are countless more, but these are some of the examples I've seen through my 150+ hour playthrough. Now, I'm 29, have a full time job, and like to kick back and run some quests. I'm not particularly thin-skinned, but I worry about how this affects other players. Some players, after seeing the message, would be on tilt after making it back to camp, bad decisions could be made by forgetting to eat or restock due to the message, some may even quit the game.
Now, blocking may fix the problem hunter for yourself, but I believe that we need to have a zero-tolerance for rude or inappropriate behavior. If you see an inappropriate or rude message, then kick the player at the first chance. If the player then messages you directly, explain that it is your quest or your investigation and you don't need to put up with toxic behavior and their automatic message might result in more and more quest removals.
I know that this is always an ongoing issue in many other games, with Monster Hunter being one of the shining examples of a friendly and respectful player base. Let's work to keep it that way.
P.S. If you are particularly offended by this post, then you may want to do some self-reflection and decide.