Players might use the insult / constructive critiques of baits in the form of the various stages of levels of mobs. This allows having quick descriptors of player/s abilities and can be used as insult, or positive criticism of ability.
For example a warrior that's Fallen bait might encourage a struggling newbie who is obviously Maggot bait by calling them Moggun bait. A player struggling might then comprehend the higher level warrior is in effect cheering them on, suggesting they're doing good work. Whereas if a warrior calls someone Piou bait it might be rather insulting if they're of the level of Fallen bait.
This kind of "scaling" system of criticism can be used positively, or negatively. It's also rather generic so as to not be totally offensive, abusive. It is a system revolving around the mobs found in game so as to be familiar for players in game.
I mention it is not intended to be abusive though players need to know anything really can be turned to abuse. Intention is the key to all action, gestures. People can see you acting as a jerk for they can see your intent in the actions/ gestures.
Don't continually harangue other players with degrading lower level insults of them. Once or twice a day, or every few days is sufficient to be constructive encouragement / criticism. Go beyond that and you do start being abusive of others. Doing that I think might encourage GMs to offer you a kick, possible ban. Besides that consider the Golden Rule ( http://goldenrule.org/
- piou bait
- maggot bait
- pinkie bait
- slime bait
- fluffy bait
- moggun bait
- terranite bait
- fallen bait
- lost bait
- witch bait
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