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    77 KB Cybaiotron Anonymous ## Mod 10/13/09(Tue)22:03 No.1358  
    If anyone's checked out a few /co/ reports now and then, you probably know who this asshole is.
    What does he do?
    He reports as well as trolls every Wakfu related thread, claiming they belong in /a/ and so on. The Wakfu art style does look a bit Animu, but the series started in France.
    Abusing reports? Yes.
    Earlier tonight on /co/ he claimed he was "an unstoppable force" (gosh is it 1998 with scriptkiddies again?) and he somehow knows a janitor personally (also implied intimately, but I'm willing to bet that's just bs)

    It's not only Wakfu he flames, pretty much any cartoon that has anime overtones.

    Also I am not sure if this has any relevance, but I think it's worth mentioning: he also boasts he is auto-banned from +4chan's /co/ related boards.

    So I guess the tl;dr is: fuck this guy.

    also at one point he said he used to be tripfag "Trevor Misery Creed", though I don't know if there is any truth to that, or anything he says.
    >> Anonymous ## Manager 10/13/09(Tue)22:10 No.1359
    This individual is permanently banned and should be reported if seen again. It is doubtful that any janitor is currently aiding him in the removal of legitimate /co/ threads (yes, wakfu is legit!), but if it turns out to be true it must stop immediately.

    The (in)frequent complaints of ROUGE JANITOR ACTIVITY is troubling; treat your post with care and follow the direction of the board. Deleting legitimate threads is harmful and will lead to your removal from the janitor program.
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 10/14/09(Wed)18:26 No.1360
    Most such reports are people whining about threads against the rules being deleted and them either not agreeing with the rule or stating it's not explicitly in the rules.

    It would help considerably, though, if some were spelled out. For example, the exclusion of Western Art in /e/. Some people are unaware that /e/ is considered an off-shoot board of /h/ and many of the same rules of that board apply in /e/. So someone ends up posting Western Art in /e/, and when it's deleted, there's an outcry of "THERE'S NO RULE AGAINST IT". This could be solved by adding a line in the /e/ rules and other such "offshoot" boards saying "All rules in (parent board) apply here".

    Also, it might be prudent to, instead of stating in /r/ rules that "All requests go here", put in the global rules that no requests are allowed outside of /r/ (without contributions).
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 11/03/09(Tue)20:29 No.1390
    Cybaiotron !Jlxf0tkskY

    requesting that he's banned by his tripcode or something-- he's still posting every day
    >> Anonymous ## Mod 11/03/09(Tue)23:35 No.1392
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    >> Anonymous 11/08/09(Sun)05:22 No.1395
    Add Señor Schlong !LEONRuuZNY to the list of Creed's aliases. He's been attempting to troll /co/ again.

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