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griefer
 n.— «As online-game companies court new and wider audiences, many are running into an old problem: “griefers,” a small but seemingly irradicable set of players who want nothing more than to murder, loot and otherwise frustrate the heck out of everyone else.» —“Inflicting pain on ‘griefers’” by David Becker CNET Dec. 13, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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