ok deathhunter was a girl at first and the real death hunter got 3.8k posts right and then she rq and her brother got on and got minion in like 100 posts its like giving minion to someone with 100 posts (newph)
DeathHunter was an epic troll, first it was a girl, then it was a guy claiming he was sharing his account with his girlfriend, who was later his sister. What kinda guy dates his own sister?
Supposedly DeathHunter was constantly messaging King about stuff in the Crossfire Section that needed attention. King being King, messages Dave and says "Make this nigga minion so he'll leave me alone" Dave being Dave, listened and thus DeathHunter became minion.
As soon as this happened, everyone was flooding me asking how a troll got minion, and for the longest time I didn't have an answer to it.
I myself never liked DeathHunter, the girl, the guy, or the girlfriend, so I was looking for every reason to have him/her/it removed. After figure out the story of how he/she/it got minion, I made it my goal to find what I needed to have him/her/it removed.
A few days later, some random guy comes to me, saying DeathHunter, scammed two accounts out of a trade while being a middle man. Thus I became MPGH Detective for awhile, and I was gather all the information I needed.
I have numerous screen shots, of DeathHunter, and both individuals conversations. And I had the information enough to get rid of him. I presented this information with Liz, and then with King, and then eventually with Dave.
The story went a little like so: Two traders were looking for a middle man, and DeathHunter happily suggest his services, during the conversations, both individuals gave DeathHunter all of the information needed for the trade, shortly later he logged out and wasn't heard of again. Further screen shots of a conversation between the two traders proved that neither of their accounts information were correct anymore. All the pieces came together.
After presenting this to Dave, DeathHunter was removed from minion and perma-banned, and Dave helped both traders recover their respectable accounts.