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#60 Predatory behaviour within the community. in Site Discussion
gragery but I suspect that Coyo might try using that to paint KN badly in a potential response.

This person wanted to try and paint me in a bad light:

[5:23 PM]
lambo driver:
ties asked for my number bc hes gonna come over to uk when he gets back from japan; then ties jokes about sending my number to 14 year olds once i give him it then coyo just says he loves 14 year olds

posted 3 weeks ago
#1 Predatory behaviour within the community. in Site Discussion


Recently multiple individuals have come forward to me, disclosing information about a member of the community who is currently preying on both young and vulnerable people. In response to a few of the factors (namely the number of victims and their respective ages), I have felt a sense of responsibility to inform others of what I now know. This individual is Coyo. There are four victims that have come forward so far and I urge any that have experienced similar predatory behaviour and harassment from coyo to speak about it in this thread.

His behaviour, consistent across all victims:

I have been informed that the main method of getting people to stay talking to him is emotional blackmail. He offloads all of his negative emotional baggage and emphasises hurting himself. The consistent mention of how depressed he is and the self harm is utilised both to garner sympathy and to impose fear (see later screenshot referring to self harm via starvation for an example). The fear comes as the people he talks about this to are scared of what he might do to himself if they stop talking to him, as he heavily implies he will hurt himself if they do stop.

After this initial contact has taken place he will then move onto his process of grooming the victims. One of his methods is making "jokes"of a sexual nature. These "jokes" can range from suggestive references to profile pictures , cropping screenshots out of context to imply a sexual meaning and even "joking" about paying a minor for sex .

This screenshot also contains him talking in a suggestive/sexual manner, this time he doesnt try to disguise it as a joke.

Further proof of grooming:

Keep in mind all of the messages above were sent to people below the age of 18.

The third method is to bombard the victims with compliments and confessions of love. Screenshots below: - this one also containing mentions of the victim's age, they had only just turned 18.

As a continuation of this behaviour, his sexual and romantic advances do not cease even when confronted about being "creepy" - a clear indication that his behaviour is inappropriate and his advances unwanted. He continues to push despite being ignored or even directly told to stop. Screenshots below:

Thirdly, coyo will then begin pursuing both a relationship and a meetup. If declined he will pressure and beg consistently for a while afterwards, until he inevitably gives up on the person and moves onto the next. This was the case for 2 of the known victims. A third victim was persuaded into early planning of the meetup, in which coyo suggested he visits one of the other victims as a sort of stepping stone. This third victim was 17 at the time initial plans were made. See below:

Lastly on the topic of predatory behaviour, one of the victims he pursued had past experience with being groomed, which coyo himself had knowledge of as shown below:

This means not only did he cover up a groomer, he also enacted predatory behaviour on the same individual.

These two images speak for themselves: - a tweet he liked - very self explanatory.

This is ongoing and more information continues to come to light. I will likely post updates if anything major comes out. Thanks for you time.

posted 3 weeks ago
#6 Top 10 TF2 plays - May 2022 in Videos
dipp_tfdude, the sextuple airshot was staged man...

Pretty pointless just straight up lying..

I was playing a tf2center late at night, people started switching teams near the end. If I'd staged it I never would've submitted it. But go off lil homie..

posted 2 months ago
#5 Venomcrest Pythons slither into Prem in News

Respect Ronz.

posted 3 months ago
#25 Fly high milkytf in TF2 General Discussion

rest in peace man

posted 3 months ago
#32 What looks more impressive in TF2 General Discussion

You're literally missing the point but sure yeah I'll argue cuz I'm bored

scrab Flicking = barbaric, utilitarian

Consistently accurate flicks by players who have actual stopping power is some of the most impressive aiming in videogames. Your personal opinion isn't gospel nor fact.

scrab Ok, so I'm sure you can easily find a clip with more impressive close range tracking. Right? from 2022 btw (makes it more impressive imo!)

posted 4 months ago
#29 What looks more impressive in TF2 General Discussion

Yeah no the argument about what hz quad played on is pointless, everyone was playing on the same tech back then lmfao. You're typing as though he was a 60hz warrior in a 240hz world. Yes quad's tracking is immensely impressive for that time period, but so is almost every other scout's from back then? Why don't you suck off cookye and others while you're at it? It's not like quad was a goliath on a massive pedestal who was incomparably good compared to the rest. The reason "kids these days" can't track like that in tf2 anymore is because of how the movement in this game has evolved. The higher hz makes literally 0 difference to how easy it is to track when soldiers are flying through the sky at lightspeed and other classes aren't moving like roombas. People's movement isn't trackable anymore, you will still see rare cases where players can track, sure, but the only time tracking is viable for the majority in team fortress 2 nowadays is when the enemy's movement is pathetically easy to read. What makes you any more qualified to judge and post opinions than others in this thread? What div would you be if you played now? Why does you being prem like 7 years ago give your opinion any more weight than a div1 player now? Etc.

posted 4 months ago
#3 projectile classes demo call in Videos

name is kn/fugazi oops forgot dat part

hope these are what ur looking for

posted 5 months ago
#134 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion

posted 6 months ago
#131 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion

imagine cheating and losing a map to me

posted 6 months ago
#4 community demo call v2 :) in Videos
a couple to choose from

posted 7 months ago
#118 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion
Doughy Or apply for an admin spot at ETF2L Lord knows they could use more higher level 6s admins even just to talk to players about what they like/don't like

Purely in response to this, it is something I've considered. However I'm fairly certain the admin team would never want somebody with my ban history on either admin team (understandably, fair consequences for my actions) but this doesn't mean other people can't.

Doughy If anyone truly believes that the evidence used to catch cheaters should be shared by the anti cheat team

That and in relation to the "open information relationship" aspect, I was never intending for my posts to come across as me wanting to look at all of the evidence because that would involve the tools and how they caught them. I simply wish to know which features of the cheat they were using, which games it was in and that the player was 100% cheating without a doubt. Mistakes from the anticheat team are rare but can happen so that's why I always chip into these big cheating ban drama threads to argue for the person who's been banned, especially when no one suspected him/nothing about his play was blatantly suspicious. Either way as you said, it is their league not mine and whether my arguments make sense or not at da end of the day its completely up to them how it goes.

Last point I'll make is that I feel as though having high level players from 6s on the anticheat team would go a long way in helping with aspects of cheats that the tools can't catch (if there are any). This is purely theory but as quintosh mentioned specific values I'd assume the tools are for things like aimbots and etc rather than walls (correct me if I'm wrong). So if there were any high level players with the free time to look into demos and judge whether somebody's play was "he's just good" or "he can literally see thru walls" I'm sure that'd really help the AC team.


Post below is much more informative than anything I've read prior and disputes a lot of what I've said very well. Recommend reading dat more than anything else on the thread.

posted 8 months ago
#88 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion

Nvm, just got this from a private source who shall remain anonymous. Can't believe he'd do this in a league match. You never know who could be cheating.

posted 8 months ago
#70 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion
aiera You can mirror a copy of your game to a separate monitor and only have cheats visible on the monitor no one can see. A webcam pointing at a monitor only proves that a cheater can afford another monitor.

Didn't know that, thanks! New knowledge always appreciated.

kindred why would anyone wallhack? you can do that with an aimbot + you can do that at lan

You are an idiot. Wallhacks are far less obvious and much easier to hide than an aimbot. Wallhacks also have a much greater impact due to the effect they have on your play. If you have Okay Aim your aim will immediately transcend a few levels if you have wallhacks due to being able to know where people are on the map before they know where you are. This gives you more time to think about how you will approach a situation and gives you a major advantage. Aimbotting also gives you a much bigger advantage but at the risk of being far more obvious and easier to detect. If you learn to play with walls in a way that looks like "Just Gamesense" you appear legit, I'm sure there are plenty of players who have gotten / are getting away with it.

posted 8 months ago
#67 tf2 scene in 2038 in TF2 General Discussion
kindred since someone mentioned handcam:
you can cheat with handcam
you can cheat with a camera on your monitor
you can cheat at lan

Jeven is definitely not using aim assist lmfao. I only mentioned this because it disproves the usage of ESP/Walls. Sure legit aimbots are much harder to spot but that's exactly why cheaters hardly use aim assist anymore. The argument for cheaters now is usually walls. If he was using aim assist on soldier it'd be blatant because it is unbelievably easy to tell the difference between legit rocket aim and projectile aimbot. Either way its my bad on the wording I know that aim assist on a low percentage is practically indeterminable to the human eye on hitscan (Thanks Torrit).

I'm not sure about other things such as triggerbot and how the admin tools would work around something like that if the player were to toggle it so it looks like they have their moments or whatever but again that doesn't really apply to the only class that jeven plays in competitive.

To add onto my statement about walls I have learned from a friend that there was a csgo player who paid $1000, and the Indian player (I assume forsaken?) who had walls that couldn't be picked up on a webcam due to the % of the colour. However I don't think anything like this would be likely in team fortress 2 considering it requires a financial motivation. The return you get on tf2 is minimal compared to csgo and the cheating scene in that game is considerably larger. Just rambling again but ye you get the idea.

posted 8 months ago
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