Some annoying types of people in the Wraith fandom, and other fandoms, in no particular order:
*VIP pass holders – post links to fanfics or posts, or drops not-so-subtle hints about said posts, that they and maybe 4 other people in the world have access to, through a myriad of friends-locks and filters, just to brag about the access.
*Long-term membership card holders – will not talk to anyone who wasn’t posting on a certain Stargate forum on or before 2009, and along with that restriction with enough posts for a custom avatar there.
*Fan haters – keep hanging around even though they never liked the Wraith, or maybe once did 9 years ago, to make it so people who do can’t talk about the fandom or share in peace. If they see fans fighting, they will swoop in to spread the flames, in spite of how busy they claim to be.
*Parochialists – only talk to people who share their sexual orientation, gender, mother tongue (even if they can speak other languages), etc. and make excuses for their rude, anti-Wraith friends, just because they share the same accidental birth characteristics. Also, they make prejudiced comments about classes of characters, as well as real people.
*Auction prop and photo vanishers – bid the prices on props sky high, then hoard the items in closets or moldy basements, never to share photos, or, worse, intentionally ruin the items, including cutting Wraith uniforms into parts, allegedly to re-purpose them. WHY?!!!!
*Legacy police and director blog police – find every book and every post by the authors and try to tell other fans and fanfic writers that they can’t worship Todd or interpret something on the show some other way. Often take director jokes seriously or are VIP pass holders, so that their claims can’t be confirmed, if the reader even accepts those as canon, which I do not, thank you very much.
*Off-Topic proliferators – post about everything under the sun in Wraith forums except for Wraith. Often fan haters trying to derail and ruin conversations.
*Nihilists—see the Wraith as “evil” and so they feel the need to posture online, like a young black metal or gangsta rap listener. So cvlt! So trill! In real life, off-screen, these people often have very mainstream jobs and would never act that way.
*Spammers’ and thieves’ best friends – create forums and sites where fans register, then give random people admin power, thereby giving strangers access to IP addresses, email addresses, passwords, etc. An excellent reason to keep emails and passwords for your bank account varied from fan stuff.
*Sockpuppet masters—create multiple alt accounts to pass off as different people and “interact” with one another and other people, as one would with a RPG. If one says something the puppetmaster doesn’t like, then none of the fake accounts will talk to that other person.
*Art thieves – steal art, which is not a particularly bright move in a niche fandom where everyone knows everyone else’s work.
*RPG meme war generators – make memes insulting certain Wraith or classes of Wraith, to somehow try to score points against people in other RPGs who like/d those characters, even though the people fighting who started them on both sides left the fandom years ago. Why mock and trivialize any Wraith character, especially those who are starving prisoners of war? !