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The "Legendary" Mythic+ Troll Still Haunts Draenor

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The infamous Mythic+ griefer who purposefully leaves groups just after the keystone run starts is still haunting Draenor!

In March, we covered a legendary griefer who leaves Mythic dungeons just after the run starts. The player got replaced multiple times in dungeons, which triggered this unacceptable behavior.

It turns out the person wasn't banned yet. Yesterday, Reddit user Tahirti came forward with another chat image of the troll playing on Draenor.

The griefer also copy-pasted some "automatic messages" to retaliate for what had been done to them, telling party members that their chat and mail privileges had been temporarily suspended. You can read the rest in the below snapshot.

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It's baffling how this person hasn't been permanently banned yet. I could understand a slap on the wrist or a temporary ban if he only did it a couple of times, even if that's still pretty bad. After all, we all have bad days and can react in stupid ways. But after all this time it's clear this is just a spiteful person that has no place in any online community.

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It was about time that this guy was officially named and shamed. 

Thank you to the original poster for not scribbling the name out with 100% opacity. 

And shame on the subreddit moderators for leaving this go on for so long.  

I understand that doxxing is a no go.  But it's for the best that this behavior is cut off at the head so to speak. 

Even though it's clear in the image who the warrior is.. This reddit post still has all the comments removed by mods.  

Pretty much a joke at this point to not go public with his name.  

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Don't censor out his name. Let people see who it is so that the community can know to not invite him. Spread his name far and wide and let him feel the wrath of never getting an invite.

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The thing is have there been multiple people that reported him for doing this to their group or simply shrug it off and try to push the key at a lower level?

Found at the bottom of Blizzard's In-Game Code of Conduct:

Behavior that intentionally detracts from others' enjoyment (such as griefing, throwing, feeding, etc.) is unacceptable. We expect our players to treat each other with respect and promote an enjoyable environment. Acceptable behavior is determined by player reports and Blizzard's decision, and violating these guidelines will result in account and gameplay restrictions.

While we encourage you to report players that are behaving in a disrespectful manner, falsely reporting another player with the sole intent of restricting their gameplay is also unacceptable and will result in penalties to your account.

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His name yesterday was Diro-Draenor and he was a 60 warrior who ruined a guildies key straight after he put it into the socket, thats the proof from my guild mate who was stung by it.

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I have also alot of hate and bad words for some people in my mind and heart, but compared to this guy its totally trivial.

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Why the *filtered* are you hiding the name ? his name is Diro-Draenor 

This is his Raid.io: https://raider.io/characters/eu/draenor/Diro

I was already a victim of this guy not long ago.

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Maybe don't call him legendary for it? Makes it sound like you're praising him which we should definitely not be doing...

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1 hour ago, Suzumushi said:

Why the *filtered* are you hiding the name ? his name is Diro-Draenor 

This is his Raid.io: https://raider.io/characters/eu/draenor/Diro

I was already a victim of this guy not long ago.

its just too easy to start a witch hunt if you just can accuse someone so its forbidden in most reddits to post names.

that warrior guy is a total asshole if this story is true. i can easily imagine a person like him could also create fake screenshot / stories to convince people someone is an evil asshole and deserves to be reported and getting banned while that person he called out is innocent.

 

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7 hours ago, Suzumushi said:

Why the *filtered* are you hiding the name ? his name is Diro-Draenor 

This is his Raid.io: https://raider.io/characters/eu/draenor/Diro

I was already a victim of this guy not long ago.

doing the lord's work here.  Glad he's not NA.  

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If nothing else, Blizzard can ban him for posing as a Blizzard employee based on the phrasing he's copying and pasting to others.  The following are stock Blizzard comments:  

"We have temporarily suspended your chat and mail privileges. Check your email for more details."

"We have silenced your account following multiple reports of abusive chat from other players.  While silenced, you are unable to use this feature."

Years ago I had a stalker issue.  They wouldn't do anything about the stalker until he tried to message me with Blizzard phrasing.  When I pointed that out to Blizzard, he was banned for impersonating a Blizzard employee.  They take kind of thing *very* seriously - almost the top (if not *the* top) offence a player can commit.  

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13 hours ago, Suzumushi said:

Why the *filtered* are you hiding the name ? his name is Diro-Draenor 

This is his Raid.io: https://raider.io/characters/eu/draenor/Diro

I was already a victim of this guy not long ago.

Seems like he changes his name often, I just went to that link and checked some of his past dungeons, his character was called Jolex in ones from a couple weeks ago, and even further back it was called Rense.

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I just don’t understand what he gets out of it. Like how or why is this fun? I’ve been in some terrible mythic groups which ended up giving up after repeated failed attempts but everyone had a positive attitude and I would take them over this any day of the week. You can teach people how to play the game but you can’t teach them respect.

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