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There have been, and are, several resident-run "anti griefer" groups.  However, these groups have no authority or official sanction.  Many people consider them no better than griefers themselves.

There has never been a "bounty" on griefers that I'm aware of.  How would you collect?  LL does not publish the sanctions they take against people who are Abuse Reported.

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There have been, and are, several resident-run "anti griefer" groups.  However, these groups have no authority or official sanction.  Many people consider them no better than griefers themselves.

There has never been a "bounty" on griefers that I'm aware of.  How would you collect?  LL does not publish the sanctions they take against people who are Abuse Reported.

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A moment's thought should tell people why paying a bounty on griefers would be a spectacularly bad idea, at least people who have read Terry Pratchett:

 

“Shortly before the Patrician came to power there was a terrible plague of rats. The city council countered it by offering twenty pence for every rat tail. This did, for a week or two, reduce the number of rats — and then people were suddenly queueing up with tails, the city treasury was being drained, and no one seemed to be doing much work. And there still seemed to be a lot of rats around. Lord Vetinari had listened carefully while the problem was explained, and had solved the thing with one memorable phrase which said a lot about him, about the folly of bounty offers, and about the natural instince of Ankh-Morporkians in any situation involving money: “Tax the rat farms.” “

From Soul Music, apparently.

 

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