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  1. UP

    UP
    (Originally Posted by BDK16 Here)
    prepositional phrase

    Prepositional Phrase
    1. under-powered. Used to describe something that is so lacking in power that it is nearly never used competitively.
    I donít care if Campfire Stories is UP, Iím still going to play 4 of them in my tournament deck because losing is a way of life, not simply a one game fling.

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  2. Troll

    Troll
    (Contributed by Warr Byrd, edited by me)
    noun, verb

    Noun
    1. someone who browses the forums looking for ways to derail conversations.
    Some trolls like to talk about penguins when I talk about cats.

    2. someone who browses the forum looking for ways to spread chaos and suffering. This is often done by denigrating other members or posting politically divisive comments.
    I donít understand why that troll keeps calling cats stupid. ...
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  3. SE

    SE
    (Originally Posted by BDK16 Here)
    noun phrase

    Noun Phrase
    1. Shadow Era. This is the title of the Tradable Card Game of this forum.
    Sometimes, while playing SE, I forget to sleep. Thatís why I am in the hospital.

    2. Shadow Energy. The resource used by heroes to activate their abilities.
    I love se. I like to collect it, just too see how much I can get.

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  4. Rouge

    Rouge
    (Originally Posted by BDK16 Here)
    noun

    Noun
    1. (misspelling)Rogue. It is rumored that this misspelling originates from a mistake that occurred in the World of Warcraft game. Often purposefully used with the intention of fomenting humor, the joke is overused to the point of banality. Using this word will likely earn troll spam with the topic of make-up.
    Oh! My! Gosh! I LoVe the Rouge class.

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  5. OT

    OT
    (Suggestions by AnAdolt)
    prepositional phrase

    Prepositional Phrase
    1. off topic. Describes a post or statement that has little relevancy to the original post.
    That last statement about penguins was a little ot, since we were obviously talking about the kittens.

    2. (obsolete) on topic. Describes a post or statement that is relevant to the original post. (No longer used, since the prevalence of trolls on the Shadow Era forums provides ...
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