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Perhaps the most exciting thing in a game, to some people, is exploiting certain features to annoy the hell out of other players.
I happen to belong to the latter set.
I am not talking about 3rd party exploits, like the diablo2 color hack or other mmorpg bots, but utter, legistically sound, cheapness, for instance:
Back in NWN (when it was still fresh) there had been a training area for new players.
It was supposedly a roleplaying server, but all I heard was "lol", "rofl", or d00d comments, despite the strict warnings from the GMS.
Rationializing my sadistic nature, I set to purge the server of all of the illiterate, pre-teen, scum in the area.
Upon logging into the world you were warped into a non-pvp zone. I also noticed that the familiars of the sorc/wiz profession were relatively powerful, even compared to their orc-warrior counter parts. So,....
I chose a dark-skinned race and hid in the shadows, while I possessed my minion to exit the entrance-nonpvp-area and enter the training area.
At first, I decided to simply annoy the initiate, none-roleplayers with the creature ejaculations (the imp one is especially annoying), trying to bate them into the first attack. Eventually, I gave up and used hit and run tactics with my imp.
I deftly used hit-and-run tactics and massacred entire groups of lvl 1-5 players with a lvl 1 familiar. When my familiar was inevitably killed I simply regained control of my character, rested, then unleashed another wave after waiting for another 10-15 minutes.
After a month or so the GM finally caught on and banned me. Before I was banned, however, I got a band of loyal followers to carry on my regime .
In AO, my friend and I would mesmerize one of the most powerful sewer bosses and bring him to the top of the maze (where all of the low lvls were) and savor the carnage.
The entire sewer seemed to be barren for almost one hour as a result. GM stepped in and resolved the mess. Thankfully, we suffered no repercussions.
"Oh, what sad times are these when passing ruffians can say 'ni' at will to old ladies. There is a pestilence upon this land. Nothing is sacred."
This is a sequence of characters intended to produce some profound mental effect, but it has failed.