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I got called a troll and blocked

I wish I had started saving the conversation earlier, but I did not expect it to morph into such a dramatic reaction.

The conversation started when this person entered the chat and asked someone to give them a charity donation of 10mil isk and they would pay back 12mil isk next week.

So, being me (and the rules of the channel being no begging) I said, "That sounds more like a contract then a donation". He responded, "Either or."

So I ignored him for a bit. I was pulling loot out of low sec so I was busy. I looked back and say this:

Monarch Rotineque > I went though the past 12 years of mmo's(and I believe the last 7 with EVE on top mmo list) without even thinking about EVE, and now im absolutely hooked :D

And being me I had to ask more.

Sugar Kyle > do you beg for isk/gold/coins/whatever the first time you log onto any MMO Monarch?

Monarch Rotineque > Sugar Kyle you mad bro? how much do you honestly think you know about me? and what ive done the past 12 years within mmo's?

Sugar Kyle > Mad? I'm curious, as that I'm always interested in ways that people sucessfully make isk

Sugar Kyle > Since I asked a question, I think it states that I know *nothing* about you

Monarch Rotineque > lol, absolutely love this, bunch of overly aggressive people, who cant chill out

Monarch Rotineque > how about this super, you quit trolling and leave, as I remember E-UNI requirements specifically stating that -sec status is not tolerated, and im pretty sure -2.4 isnt positive

Sugar Kyle > /emote scratches her head

Sugar Kyle > But I'm not applying to join the uni, Monarch (in all reality I was ROFL over this. The rules are for joining and not sitting in chat. Plus, I had someone ask me why I didn't apply to join because they seem to like me. I'm amazing :P)

Aldeb Haraz > did you kill monarch or somethiing sugar?

Sugar Kyle > /emote is a troll now? :(

Akirei Scytale > monarch, quite a few of us in this channel ahve absolutely no intention of joining EUNI

Sugar Kyle > No :(

Monarch Rotineque > than I take it your coming here to pick on random people?

Sugar Kyle > I'm a troll thou Aldeb, and no one told me

Sugar Kyle > Now I'm picking on you?

Sugar Kyle > /emote sits down to debate this

Aldeb Haraz > I'm scrolling up

Jaedyn Toralen > Don't feed the trolls please

Aldeb Haraz > and reading this dudes comments

Project232 > /emote thinks about popcorn

Aldeb Haraz > seems pretty mad

Sugar Kyle > omg, you have cheese for it Project?

Sugar Kyle > /emote would like some if so, pls?

Monarch Rotineque > There we go, all better, wonderful "block" button

And poof. I started to laugh at that point.

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  1. You know, I never quite understood the urge to tell someone you're "blocking" them.

    Then again, I always get paranoid about what blocked people could say about me behind my back, so I'm never blocking people. Well that one time as a joke, but that's another story.

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