These are words occasionally tossed around by the community, both in-game and within the Wikia. If you feel like you have a term that should be within here, feel free to add it in!
Just don't break the code.
A new player to both ROBLOX and R2DA. As such, they don't know the basics of how things work and will probably stare at you blankly while you're getting mauled by a Leaper.
"That guy looks like 3.0 Trash."
"Reason 2 Die" in hashtags after the ROBLOX filter got to the game.
Everyone, including PlaceRebuilder, complained about this. In a retort, the game name was temporarily changed to "Reason 2 Hashtag".
This name was used as an alternate way to call the AK-47 when it was released.
The suspiciously low damage and high accuracy led to some people believing that the latter was actually an AK-74 and that PlaceRebuilder may have swapped the numbers by accident.
An online personality who played under the username "higuystuff".
He was a very skilled player known in the community for his videos on R2DA.
Unfortunately, he passed away on September 12th, 2017. A memorial page can be found here.
"We'll all miss you, Bob."
A popular phrase used when a user is jealous of the winner(s) that have successfully completed a mission or survived the onslaught.
"Boo! You didn't deserve to win! You left me to die!"
A user who has been deeply angered to the point where they have to manipulate the game to give them a Brute.
Signs of one include silence while as a Brute, expressed happiness at a death of a survivor, and 600$ that has suddenly gone missing.
Besides being angry, this can also occur if a person is both incredibly rich and bored, or just wants to pull a win for the zombies.
"Hey guys, look, a Brute Buyer."
This usually takes form as passive-aggressive comments in the most unexpected of places.
On September 22nd, it was announced that the Famas would receive a buff to damage, and celebrations were held regarding this news. When the ammo pool was reduced to compensate, celebration stopped.
"BUFF FAMAS OR RIOT!"
A short phrase uttered by users on the Suggestion Board to bring their thread to the top of the list to bring more attention to it.
A term and meme that suggests to close a user's own account, and leave.
The term "Deactivate your account" is often used by Wikia users when and idea is bad. This particular term was first used by Nexusional.
"Guys vote no."
"What are you, a dictator?"
A Digger is essentially a remake of the Crawlers from R2D 2014 which were added in v1.0.0.
Immediately upon release, it gained infamy for being quite a nuisance to handle. Its signature ability to trip a player upon touch have caused many agonising experiences for players.
"Why hasn't the Digger been nerfed yet?"
PlaceRebuilder's favourite phrase to say to hackers when he permanently bans them from R2DA.
A few moderators themselves have taken up on this tradition.
EvilCreation is a former moderator for R2DA as well as an R2D 2014 admin. He is well known amongst older players of the series.
He left in the January of 2016 for unknown reasons but has come back in the August of 2017, surprising many.
By popular opinion, the most overpowered weapon ever released in the R2D series.
This gun practically shreds everything in its path and is compared to a Minigun in terms of lethality. However, unlike the Minigun, you could refill the Famas.
In the case of R2DA, the Famas is seen as the complete opposite. Instead of holding the title as a server decimator, it now holds the title of being completely kaput. It's commonly referred to by the community as generally a weaker AK-47.
It has yet to recover from the infamy.
A term that was especially prominent in R2D 2014. This was used when a person died in Free For All back then due to another user using a Famas.
This implies a lack of skill to their murderer, as the Famas in that game was extremely overpowered and easy to kill with.
"Ew, a Famaser."
A short phrase when a person or a group of people do not support a suggestion posted in the Suggestions Forum.
"Please get out."
A term which is commonly associated with a ban or the act of getting banned. The term's origins are the name of a Russian government agency that regulated forced labour camps.
"You're vandalizing pages? Gulag for you then."
One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies. Also has a short term, known as "HAX".
This can be used sarcastically or seriously. Most of the time, people witnessing this assume the latter.
"OMG HACKS! HOW DID YOU KILL ME?"
Essentially, the Hall of Wiki Users is a place where R2DA Wiki users are recognised for the amount of time they spent on this wiki and garnished the amount of edits (2k to be exact) which allows them to be in the list. Because of this many people wanted to shitpost and reach 3k edits just so they can be part of the list. Not many people have reached 3k edits which many have complained about.
"Why am I not here?" "I'll just shitpost then boom."
A nickname given to a Minigun user. Based off of the Team Fortress 2 class, the Heavy.
"Heh, a Heavy I see."
A phrase which is chanted whenever Jopede is online on R2DA Discord server.
Usually seen a sign of respect.
A user has also taken it upon themselves to base their username on this phrase.
An overall common phrase on the internet which is shorthand for "in before".
It's commonly used to predict something before it happens.
"Inb4 a ban."
A catchphrase used by Bboop, a user on R2DA's official Discord.
It's often used at random, but more commonly seen as a sarcastic response to questions.
"Guys, why not lighten up a bit?"
A test account created by ROBLOX's Admins.
He has recently gained traction in the ROBLOX community, and it was rumoured that he would hack ROBLOX on March 18th. Not surprisingly, nothing happened, but he is still thrown around and sometimes used as clickbait on Youtube.
Jopede is an administrator on the R2DA Wikia and is quite popular due to his personality.
See "HEIL JOPEDE".
A term for used for those who have become one with the Jopede.
The first occasion where this was used was for a user known as Serun15.
However, we are all Jopede's Alts on the inside. You just have to dig for it.
A phrase that is mainly derogatory that is used at another user who displays signs of immaturity. It is also commonly used as a condescending, insulting term, even towards those who do not appear to be immature.
"Kid, stop it. You're getting on my nerves."
A verb which is also known as the shorter "KS'ing". The act of killing a zombie heavily damaged by someone else.
"Hey, quit killstealing my targets."
A popular phrase used around the internet when something is funny. "LOL" stands for "Laugh Out Loud".
Normally used when a survivor dies.
"Lol, you died!"
Sometimes even used by the people in question commenting on themselves.
"Geez, he really needs to stop mass editing."
To prove their point, a video was included in the initial post which explained why the former regretted their purchase. Gameplay can be seen where he attempts to kill mobs from an extreme distance.
The thread has received a lot of hate from the community, and some have petitioned for it to be moved to the Trash Board.
"This is why I regret buying the Minigun."
A lot of Grenades are thrown around, so it is no surprise that a lot of deaths are caused by them. This implies that their killer relies on them as a crux, however, this may not always be the case.
"Wow, what a 'nade spammer."
Came back as another user, Rolling Sphere, but was also banned shortly after being exposed. There have been calls for him to be unbanned for creating his now implemented map, but have so far been unsuccessful.
An extremely popular term thrown around on the internet, and especially so on ROBLOX.
This is normally used when a player is bad in general but is supposed to be used to mainly refer to new players.
"What a noob."
A term used when someone is killed without the killer using the scope on a firearm. The weapon is usually a sniper rifle, as killing without using the scope is considered more difficult than using it.
A phrase thrown around on the internet that means "Not Safe For Work".
Often coupled with inappropriate content as a warning.
"Whoa there, that's NSFW."
A phrase used to mock the standard Roblox death sound. It's often used when something stupid happens or someone dies.
Dies from own grenade
The first user in R2DA to hit Rank 39 (Before the rank compensate).
PlaceRebuilder has once joked that this one user actually consists of a team of 10 Koreans who have worked in tandem to get him there.
He is largely regarded for his extreme skill in both R2DA and saving a server from being absolutely terrible.
The creator behind the R2D Series.
It's not common to see players immediately swamp him — survivors and zombies alike.
See "PR Logic".
PlaceRebuilder has joined the server.
"SCREENSHOT WITH ME PLEASE!"
A popular phrase around the Internet said by Solaire of Astora.
This was first introduced to the Wikia by TDeadNotBigSurprise which slowly gained traction.
Not so long after that, another user changed their name from SomeChillGuyHere to LeSunPraiser — effectively solidifying the phrase in our culture.
"Praise the Sun!"
A term used when an event has happened in-game would not exactly reflect what would happen in real life.
"Some water kills you, some water doesn't. Must be PR logic."
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A person who gets angry easily and shouts at the server at the first sign of inconvenience.
"Man, just stop being a rager."
"BUT NO I WAS RELOADING THAT'S UNFAIR!"
Often stated when someone suddenly leaves a game after losing. Closely related to "Rager".
This is often abbreviated as "RQ".
Person A has left the server.
"LOL, HE LEFT!"
One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies and is considered cringy by some users. This is an intentional misspelling of "wrecked" and it can come in many forms (e.g "wrekt").
What some players may say whenever they defeat someone, whether in-game or during a conversation.
A phrase commonly stated while fighting Chronos XI.
When a player dies, it's extremely likely that they will blurt out this phrase for how difficult the fight can be.
This is also used to describe rounds of Reason 2 Hunger, a mini-game played on Discord.
@SmanDaMan was killed by @WikiaColors
"What? How? Rigged."
One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies. Another variation is "Rest In Pepperoni".
This is slang for "RIP", which means "Rest In Peace".
The term is used when other people witness someone dying in-game.
A term used to describe an extremely moody user after another user's action.
Normally seen and used after death.
"What are you, salty?"
A common term used in the internet to describe a worthless post made by a user. Users like 'Memes never die' was one of the first of these wiki to earn this title. 'HEIL JOPEDE' and 'LeSunPraiser' are on of the few users who are following his footsteps. Its mostly regarded as spam.
"Geez, you need to stop shitposting 24/7."
Sanquo is a user on the Wikia that has gained popularity for providing suggestions for R2DA. There have been several instances where PlaceRebuilder has added his own ideas into the game.
During a contest for Tokyo, Japan, one of his entries were also accepted.
This is a popular battle cry for crusaders and for people who watch anime.
The exact meaning unknown, but the word itself is versatile. It can be used as a verb, adverb, noun, and adjective.
This is a common term used when discussing an individual who sucks at whatever game is being played or is trying way too hard at said game.
The term is similar to "Noob" in some aspects.
"What a scrub."
A super cool term only used for the super coolest people in town.
Basically sucar, but 50 times cooler.
The origin of this term comes from an infamous thread created by Ilyescat88800 concerning a possible buff for the Spas-12. The Spas-12 that you experience today is only a mere fraction of its former self.
After gaining extreme notoriety, the whole thread itself was eventually moved to the Trash Board.
This was the given name to their suggested mob. It has been heavily criticised for how poorly thought out the overall post was.
"How does light kill a survivor?"
This was originally a joke suggestion, in the old R2D Wikia, until one too many people took it seriously.
An online personality well known in the R2DA community for his Youtube videos about R2DA.
Another alias of his is JOHN ROBLOX.
A user, who has been permanently banned for posting NSFW images.
The individual in question has made several alternative accounts to just be on the R2DA Wikia. As such, the Moderator Team has to work lengths in trying to stamp down his attempts to come back.
So far, he has made six accounts, and possibly even more.
A basic insult that people use while thinking of a better insult.
This is occasionally associated with a user and their weapon of choice.
"You're trash for killing me with that stupid DB Shotgun."
A person who exert themselves to the limit trying to win a round.
Common behaviour entails rigid movements, silence, and going for the same person in multiple lives.
"Are you mad because I killed you a couple of times? Quit being a tryhard."
A basic insult directed at a user's mother — a very flexible one, at that.
This term is very common around the internet.
"Are you that bad at this game?"
"No, your mom is worse."
A user, who has been permanently banned as per request and repeated cases of harassment.
The individual in question gained popularity due to his scathing criticisms and reviews about other user's suggestions and the user itself.
His name is occasionally thrown around when a user who is using thinks that he would have a field day ripping another user's suggestion apart.
One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies.
Something you say after someone who's totally a hacker killed you, and you had little to no time to react before you died.
Or a Doge reference. It depends on context.
One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies. Overall, this extremely common on the internet to express disbelief or surprise.
In R2DA, this is commonly seen whenever a player died without noticing what happened or how they died.
"WAIT, WTF WHY DID YOU KILL ME, DUDE?"
"WTF? HOW DID I DIE?"
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