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    A Father Hired Virtual Assassins To Kill His Son In Online Games

    A Father Hired Virtual Assassins To Kill His Son In Online Games

    [ranking: 8]
    Fearing his son was spending too much time playing online video games, a father in China decided to take matters into his own hands. He hired experienced players to track down his son??s characters in several different games and mercilessly kill them over and over again.
    The boy eventually learned what his dad had done when he confronted some of his attackers and demanded to know why they were constantly harassing him.

    Pets Become Bombs In 'World Of Warcraft'

    Pets Become Bombs In 'World Of Warcraft'

    [ranking: 10]
    A World of Warcraft boss became notorious for a particular spell he could cast on characters. Baron Geddon had a buff known as Living Bomb that would turn players and their pets into ticking time bombs.
    Some people soon noticed that dismissing a pet would pause the bomb timer but not cancel it. This allowed them to travel to supposedly safe places and then recall their pet. It would then explode in a fiery death, killing dozens or even hundreds of unsuspecting players. The problem became so severe that developers had to change the spell.

    A 10-Month Infiltration To Assassinate An 'EVE Online' Guild Leader

    A 10-Month Infiltration To Assassinate An 'EVE Online' Guild Leader

    [ranking: 9]
    EVE Online is practically designed for players to carry out long-term plans and feats of espionage. Players run huge in-game corporations and the rules allow for all sorts of foul play.
    In 2005, a group known as the Guiding Hand Social Club spent 10 months infiltrating the Ubiqua Seraph corporation at the behest of a client. Spies managed to implant themselves in almost every area of the target, and one member was able to gain the trust of the CEO they had been hired to kill. They killed her, destroyed her prized ship, and stole billions of ISK with a real-world value of around $16,500.

    The Raid At A 'World Of Warcraft' Funeral

    The Raid At A 'World Of Warcraft' Funeral

    [ranking: 1]
    In 2006, a group of players from the Alliance guild Serenity Now decided to raid an in-game funeral taking place in World of Warcraft. Members of a Horde faction planned the ceremony to commemorate the real death of one of their members after a fatal stroke.
    But they conducted the ceremony on a PvP server, making it possible for anyone to kill players in the region.
    This allowed Serenity Now, who learned about the event on the game's official forum, to crash the funeral and massacre everyone in attendance. Even worse, none of the mourners were prepared for trouble because they didn't expect anyone to be so callous.

    The Falador Massacre Killed Hundreds Of People In 'RuneScape'

    The Falador Massacre Killed Hundreds Of People In 'RuneScape'

    [ranking: 6]
    The Falador Massacre occurred in RuneScape in 2006. When Cursed You, the first player to reach level 99 in construction, held a party to celebrate his new achievement, it created a glitch that allowed certain people to kill anyone even if they were in a safe zone.
    The party contained some combat events that caused the glitch, and when players were booted from Cursed You??s home, the servers struggled to handle the load. That released defenseless players into the wild. Once others learned they could kill characters that couldn??t fight back, they slaughtered almost everyone they came across over and over again.

    An 'EVE Online' Player Betrayed His Corporation And Stole A Space Station

    An 'EVE Online' Player Betrayed His Corporation And Stole A Space Station

    [ranking: 7]
    In the MMO EVE Online, a high-ranking player known as The Judge grew unhappy with his group, the Circle of Two corporation, so he decided to leave and exact revenge. The rival Imperium corporation paid him 300 billion ISK (the in-game currency), and he promptly handed over control of Circle of Two's vast space station to them.
    Not only did Circle of Two lose a structure that costs around 250 billion ISK, but the members also lost thousands of ships and items transferred along with the station.

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Over the past decade or so, online gaming has become one of the most prominent forms of entertainment within the video game industry. Millions of players flock online to live out the virtual lives of heroes and, of course, the virtual lives of total jerks. The cruel things gamers do to each other makes one wonder why there isn't a whole industry of online assassins for hire to take them out. The many examples of online game heists prove there are those who just want to watch the virtual world burn.

These people add an extra dimension to online games that most would never consider. The world of online gaming trolls and bullies is as dark as those in the real world. But these aren't always mindless jerks who are taking a chance to cause grief. Some are sophisticated and evil planners. Here are some of the most messed up stuff gamers have done to other players.

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