Someone stomping around in a tantrum over how Skyrim had some bugs despite its sheer size, depth, and has a strategy guide the thickness of a very good book took to the internet and did what any gamer would do. Impersonate Pete Hines.
As you can see here, the user took Pete’s Twitter alias @DCDeacon and switched two letters of the name, the trolling commenced. Some people were convinced, others started trolling on their own, but regardless impersonating a notable figure is a violation of Twitter’s policies unless there is a very clear parody intent. However the fact he searches for people speaking to the real Pete Hines and starts trolling them means that he needs to go back to his bridge before the goats escape.
Just so you know, the difference is the EA part, Deacon is the real one.
It wont be long until Bethesda catches a note for this and results in his fifteen minutes of fame getting him permanently banned from Twitter. In honesty, the vulgarity of some of the things he’s saying, I wouldn’t be surprised if he got done for defamation of character. Speaking of trolls, did you all see this level of fail last night?