Make your own free website on
Darien Wilde aka Lionheart's guide to trolling. ^_^
14.) The Hacker
Advanced level trolling tactics (update April 17, 2007)
1.) The Board Critic
2.) The Newbie
3.) The board Elitist/Vet
4.) The Troll Slayer
5.) The Flunky
6.) The "Girl"
7.) The Hardcore Flamer/Bad Ass
8.) The Average User
9.) The Voice of Reason
10.) The Followers
11.) The Other Trolls
12.) The Leader
13.) The Moderator
14.) The Hacker
15.) Hybrids
16.) The Spectator
Trolling 101
17.) The troll wannabe
Other trolls say:
Intermediate level trolling tactics

Trolling is an art form, and there are a lot of things to know about it. I will cover all of those things on this site. If you need help with anything else, ask me. Contact me at


14.) The hacker: This guys claims to be a hacker, but he cant really hack and he is not a badass contrary to what he pretends.


How to deal with him: Ignore him. Hes not worth your time, unless you really want to make fun of him, really. Theres no method. Either laugh at him, ask him to hack you thus shutting him up, or ignore him.


Difficulty: None.


Note: There are exceptions to this rule. They are called script kiddies. This guy can't really hack, but he has downloaded programs that will hack certain things for him. How do I know they're not legit hackers then? A real hacker uses his talents to make money, or get what he wants. He doesn't waste his time stealing passwords to message board accounts and instant messaging software. If you were a hacker what would YOU do with that  ability. Exactly. However, these script kiddies can be a bit of a nuisance.


How to deal with them:

If a script kiddie manages to steal a password to an account of yours, how to deal with it? Well I don't know my gosh why don't you just make another one. This simple concept goes over a lot of trolls heads, as they waste time trying to get back a stolen account. By just making another one and continuing to go about your business you not only have wasted the script kiddies time, but shown that you can't be stopped by there point and click programs. In short, while they're harder to handle, a script kiddie should never cause more than a minor annoyance, if that.


Difficulty: 2/10

Enter supporting content here