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Voting for the most malicious attack of 2012

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:24 am
by Col. Khaddafi
Here we vote for the most malicious attack on MTGS to occur during 2012.

Running for Gold we have:

1. Scumbag/Internet Satan for creating the meme (thanks to the assistance of Sene)

Originally posted by Sene on MTGS
( N_S ) and his gimmick doktorcaligari have been banned for making malicious actions against the site.

2. Kpaca's and Kijin subsequent disclosure's of the Curse sale led to an avalanche of bannings and eventually forced the staff to come public with the Sale. Seems Malicious too

3. jonny's threats involving the city of New York are fairly notorious

Originally posted by jonnyjonski on MTGS
you guys realize he's in the states. kijin....he's in New York...what the hell are you doing man! Get that guy!!!

Shouldn't be too hard
to find right?

Originally posted by Galspanic on MTGS
jonnyjonski theatened a member of the staff. He will take a week off for this.

4. Azrael for taking out the Gloves during rianalnn's admin tenure

5. vbulletin's default skin for injecting malware on MTGS

6. Weaver and Korsakovia's spring 2012 alliance for plotting attacks on iridium

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 3:15 am
by Second Harkius
This is the toughest poll for me.

If I vote based on which one had the most latent rage involved then obviously KorsaWeaver.
If I vote based on the most obscene overreaction then obviously JJ's suspension.
If I vote based on which one ousted the most corrupt member of the site then obviously the Gloves thread.
If I vote based on which one was steeped in the most retroactive infractions then obviously N_S's ban.

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 3:18 am
by Second Harkius
I went with JJ again. Out of over 8 million people in New York, his comment was clearly the most direct and malicious threat.

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:39 am
by Pendulum
Gotta go with the VB skin issue here, the only one that caused drama on a completely separate, unrelated, and bigger site.

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:08 pm
by ( G_R )
vBulletin for me too. It's like they THOUGHT they knew what a malicious attack was, until they ACTUALLY got one. :trolo:

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 6:36 pm
by Mogadishu Jones
I'm going with JJ, to me his attack was clearly the most "malicious"

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:25 pm
by Col. Khaddafi
the serious option is vbulletin, the more lulzy one involves the city of NY.

jonny it is for me.

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:38 pm
by Yannaria
jonny's was by far horrendous, but vbull effected more people.