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AAK : "Asleep at Keyboard"


AI : "Artificial Intelligence" (used to describe the behavior of enemy units in solo maps that makes the enemy appear to act intelligently)


asap : "As Soon as Possible"


ASCII or High ASCII : Text that uses characters other than the standard a-z. Most often seen in nearly inscrutable player names when playing online. To some, ascii names appear to be badges used to demonstrate one's elite


b4 : "before"


bail : Quiting in the middle of a game (often because the player is losing).


bbl : "be back later"


brb : "Be right back"


bs : Bullshit. Untrue statements. (sometimes bs means "backstab" = cheap ploy)


btw : "by the way"


cc : "close combat", e.g. Combat involving units that have to fight up close and personal without missle or long distance weapons.


cu : "see you"


fu : f* you


fyi : "for your information"


gdi : "gosh darn it" (or other less family suitable epithets)


gfg : "Giant Fighting Grounds", a name given to maps designed primarily for Giant(Trow or Myrkridian Giant) fights. These maps geographically tend to be on the plain and uninteresting since most people maki


gg(a) : "good game", or "good game all" Polite to say at the end of a game no matter how unpleasant one's opponents were or how lopsided the contest.


gj : "good job"


gl, gla, glhf, glahf : "good luck" or "good luck all" "good luck, have fun!" "good luck, and have fun!" Traditional good sportsman pre-game exclamations.


gtg : "got to go"


hf(a) : "have fun" ("have fun all")


j/k : "Just Kidding"


lmao : "laughing my ass off"


lol, lul(z) : "laugh(ing) out loud" or "lots of laughs" aka "lulz"


mb : "maybe"


n/a : "not available" or "not applicable"


nm : "never mind"


np : "no problem"


ns : "nice shot"


nt : "nice try"


O : "Oh". An abbreviation. (sometimes means "offensive")


oic : "Oh, I see"


omfg : "oh my f***ing god"


omg : An exclamanation; "Oh my God!"


rofl : "rolling on the floor laughing"


rs : "reset"/"restart", as in "reset this multiplayer game"


rtfm : "read the f***ing manual"


stu : "same to you"


w/o : "without"


wb : "welcome back"


wtf : "What the feck?". A variation on "What the heck!" usually used to indicate confusion or anger by the one saying this.


wth : "what the heck/hell"?




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