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    An 'Ultima Online' Player Manipulated Players To Death

    An 'Ultima Online' Player Manipulated Players To Death

    [ranking: 11]
    An Ultima Online human character named Belan described herself as a noble looter. She claimed to never directly kill anyone, but she would loot every dead body she came across.
    Turns out she discovered a lot of dead bodies because she had mastery of skills that allowed her to control any wild creature, allowing her to manipulate the deaths of characters in practically any situation. She would then resurrect them and offer to sell them back their own gear for half its worth.

    This Redditor Drowned People In 'World Of Warcraft'

    This Redditor Drowned People In 'World Of Warcraft'

    [ranking: 5]
    In World of Warcraft, one Redditor found a diabolical way to exploit players begging for gold in the city of Stormwind.
    From Redditor /u/Saintblack:
    I'd tell them I would give them gold, and invite them to a party. I'd then tell them that we have to go somewhere private, because I didn't want other people to see me doing a trade with a low level player or I might get banned.
    I'd jump in the canal and swim to the bottom, and pop a water breathing potion. If/when they swam to the bottom with me, I'd open trade with 1,000g in the window and never hit accept.
    I drowned a lot of people.

    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.

    'Second Life' Mogul Bombarded With Floating Penises

    'Second Life' Mogul Bombarded With Floating Penises

    [ranking: 12]
    Anshe Chung was one of the most well-known avatars in the virtual world of Second Life. She was so successful that her user, Ailin Graef, earned more than $1 million in real money from her virtual persona. This prompted CNET to organize an in-game interview.
    But a group of players did their best to disrupt the event.
    They were able to access the supposedly secure virtual studio and send dozens of giant floating penises at her and the interviewer for about 10 minutes before the issue was resolved.

    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.

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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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