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12th May '15 6:25:36 AM TheNerfGuy
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->''NO [=GODMODDING=]! [[BerserkButton JEEZ I HATE THIS]]''

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10th Dec '14 3:30:46 PM margdean56
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Most notorious on MMORPG and other online MUCK games, but can also extend to any game that can be played by more than one person, God Modders usually use unorthodox, underhanded, and oftentimes generally sleazy tricks to gain an advantage, always justifying their actions as just another trick one can use to "properly" play the game. This can include but is not limited to-

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Most notorious on MMORPG and other online MUCK games, but can also extend to any game that can be played by more than one person, God Modders usually use unorthodox, underhanded, and oftentimes generally sleazy tricks to gain an advantage, always justifying their actions as just another trick one can use to "properly" play the game. This can include but is not limited to-
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11th Jan '14 7:20:39 AM IAmATropist
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The contrast between a Godmodder and a StopHavingFunGuy is tricky to define, but can be viewed as the distinction between someone who cheats to win and somebody who merely plays to win, sans obvious cheating; although "tournament legal" (i.e., non-GameBreaker) bug exploits may be allowed in the StopHavingFunGuy's mind, the Godmodder [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty relies almost entirely]] on {{game breaker}}s or exploits.

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The contrast between a Godmodder God Modder and a StopHavingFunGuy is tricky to define, but can be viewed as the distinction between someone who cheats to win and somebody who merely plays to win, sans obvious cheating; although "tournament legal" (i.e., non-GameBreaker) bug exploits may be allowed in the StopHavingFunGuy's mind, the Godmodder [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty relies almost entirely]] on {{game breaker}}s or exploits.
1st Jan '14 12:58:51 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Beginning a download (usually from a torrent) or other strain-inducing activity when on the losing end of a match to cause significant lag for the opponent. This is particularly common in fighting games, where any sort of delay can completely screw someone over.
20th Dec '13 9:31:36 PM Willbyr
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-->''NO [=GODMODDING=]! [[BerserkButton JEEZ I HATE THIS]]''
-->Redsonic, not knowing he would start a PuzzlePirates forum fad

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-->Redsonic, -->-- '''Redsonic''', not knowing he would start a PuzzlePirates forum fad



A God Modder is a particularly nasty variation of a {{Scrub}} or {{Noob}}, one that has been perfecting their "skills" to the point where they start to act like {{a god| am I}}, infallible in their judgment and knowing far more about whatever game they're playing than older, more experienced gamers.

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A God Modder is a particularly nasty variation of a {{Scrub}} or {{Noob}}, one that has been perfecting their "skills" to the point where they start to act like {{a god| am I}}, god|AmI}}, infallible in their judgment and knowing far more about whatever game they're playing than older, more experienced gamers.



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1st Dec '13 12:12:00 PM gophergiggles
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* [[RageQuit Pulling their own connection when it's evident that they'll lose]] (and, thus, prevent the loss from counting against them officially)

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* [[RageQuit Pulling their own connection when it's evident that they'll lose]] (and, thus, prevent the loss from counting against them officially)officially)[[note]]This has gotten so bad that a lot of games count a pulled connection as a loss (even if your connection legitimately did die against your will), and some are implementing a "poor sport" system that labels you as such if you pull this off too much and might even ''deny'' you from playing anyone else but other poor sports until your behavior improves[[/note]].
3rd Nov '13 7:47:07 PM JIKTV
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-->''NO GODMODDING ! [[BerserkButton JEEZ I HATE THIS]]''

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-->''NO GODMODDING ! [=GODMODDING=]! [[BerserkButton JEEZ I HATE THIS]]''



A [[GodModders God Modder]] is a particularly nasty variation of a {{Scrub}} or {{Noob}}, one that has been perfecting their "skills" to the point where they start to act like {{a god| am I}}, infallible in their judgment and knowing far more about whatever game they're playing than older, more experienced gamers.

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A [[GodModders God Modder]] Modder is a particularly nasty variation of a {{Scrub}} or {{Noob}}, one that has been perfecting their "skills" to the point where they start to act like {{a god| am I}}, infallible in their judgment and knowing far more about whatever game they're playing than older, more experienced gamers.



Most notorious on MMORPG and other online MUCK games, but can also extend to any game that can be played by more than one person, GodModders usually use unorthodox, underhanded, and oftentimes generally sleazy tricks to gain an advantage, always justifying their actions as just another trick one can use to "properly" play the game. This can include but is not limited to-

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Most notorious on MMORPG and other online MUCK games, but can also extend to any game that can be played by more than one person, GodModders God Modders usually use unorthodox, underhanded, and oftentimes generally sleazy tricks to gain an advantage, always justifying their actions as just another trick one can use to "properly" play the game. This can include but is not limited to-



Because of how disruptive they can be for a game, GodModders are usually banned from a game's server (if it's played online or through a LAN), or ostracized by their gaming friends. Depending on how skilled the God Modder's cracking abilities are, the typical rebuttal to this ranges from angry letters of discrimination and/or unfair treatment to outright virulent cracks of the network they were kicked off of (or the accounts of their former friends). Best to just stay as far away from their firing line as possible and report them to the game network's administrators at the first sign of trouble.

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Because of how disruptive they can be for a game, GodModders God Modders are usually banned from a game's server (if it's played online or through a LAN), or ostracized by their gaming friends. Depending on how skilled the God Modder's cracking abilities are, the typical rebuttal to this ranges from angry letters of discrimination and/or unfair treatment to outright virulent cracks of the network they were kicked off of (or the accounts of their former friends). Best to just stay as far away from their firing line as possible and report them to the game network's administrators at the first sign of trouble.



Contrast with GodModers, which are [[RougeAnglesOfSatin often mistakenly referred to]] as GodModders. God ''Mod''ing, with a single D, is the practice of playing a more freeform game in an unfair way, such as using out-of-character knowledge to make in-character decisions, or calling the actions of something controlled by another player. That version's name comes from 'GodMode,' referring to video game invincibility cheats.

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Contrast with GodModers, which are [[RougeAnglesOfSatin often mistakenly referred to]] as GodModders.God Modders. God ''Mod''ing, with a single D, is the practice of playing a more freeform game in an unfair way, such as using out-of-character knowledge to make in-character decisions, or calling the actions of something controlled by another player. That version's name comes from 'GodMode,' referring to video game invincibility cheats.
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