Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of grief.

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Examples

  • So although the term griefing would cover this example plus Example B and D, they are not equally as serious.

    What to Call a Griefer?

  • Many gamers and/or virtual world inhabitants were familiar with camping, spwn camping, looting, TKing etc. well before the term griefing became the much banded around term it is today.

    What to Call a Griefer?

  • Cunzy1 1Many gamers and/or virtual world inhabitants were familiar with camping, spwn camping, looting, TKing etc. well before the term griefing became the much banded around term it is today.

    What to Call a Griefer?

  • Which brings me to my third point, When it was clear that the conflagration was a disaster, it should have been called "on account of rain [griefing and lag]" fixed and rescheduled or just given up, instead Mordecai Scaggs touted his "victory".

    Calmer words

  • Ganking is also often called griefing, and the classic dilemma is:

    The Horde is Evil

  • AM Radio: As well I am also attempting to undersand griefing, which is itself much like a sort of performance graffiti.

    World of SL

  • As Safer Internet Day emphasises ways for people to avoid trouble online, BBC News looks at what is behind so-called griefing and cyber bullying.

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

  • Plus there are some commenters who are taking your side in this study basically, that 'griefing' in the context of a pvp zone is impossible.

    Twixt

  • A certain well known TN journo implied in 'Wired' that this was "griefing" the titan.

    The Lifetime to Master

  • Both are seemingly permitted by mechanics, both are large-scale "griefing" sorts of techniques, but one is allowed and the other not.

    The Lifetime to Master

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