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Two hundred users have been banned from Christcord, a server with only 300 regular users. Even Gaymers, which has less than 100 members, is hit around once a week according to Seneth, the server's admin.

"Our server is designated LGBTQ so as you might imagine we are subject to regular attempts at raids and other trolls," Pengu wrote.

Over 25 million users have flocked to Discord, a text and voice platform for gamers, since its launch in May of 2015.

Despite the company raising at least 30 million in venture capital funding, the company has only five "customer experience" personnel and no moderators on its staff.

The prospect of centralised moderation for 12,000 realtime chat rooms is beyond daunting.

Discord isn't even remotely staffed to attempt such a feat.

Their servers ranged from a few dozen users to over 1000, organised around topics ranging from religion and language learning to sexuality and politics.

All of them had experienced multiple raids -- some on a daily basis -- and most saw the behaviour as increasing in frequency and severity.

Some of these servers, especially the Discord chat spun out of 4chan's far-right stomping ground /pol/, use their room to coordinate "raids" on other servers with ease and impunity.Trolls acquire invite links to other servers and post them in a room called "Raids" (formerly "Raids Defence"), encouraging the chat's 1000 members to descend en masse on vulnerable or unsuspecting communities, bringing with them a tidal wave of abuse.Other servers have rooms for doxxing -- the posting of personally identifying information like addresses and phone numbers of victims.Politically, the far right are most commonly associated with this sort of behaviour, which makes the largely Trump-supporting server a strange target."I believe in free speech and am against censorship," Stupiddroid wrote while making an obvious distinction: "[C]alling someone a 'nig*er' should be ban-worthy." Though banning still acts as a first line of defence, it can be easily evaded by using a VPN or simply creating a new account.