A few days ago, @Arotaes_Forgehammer called for a troll campaign against [redacted] for being a pervert who jerks off to prepubescent girls. I took it as a challenge and decided to go through with it. I posted several granny porn pictures and gifs on [redacted]'s subs before I was banned.
I then turned my attention to Arotaes_Forgehammer for the lulz. I was disappointed in him because he didn't troll [redacted]'s subs himself at all. So, I started a campaign to turn his sub about game /v/dice into a sub about comedian Andrew Dice Clay. It was pretty successful, with many submissions coming from users other than myself. He deleted two of my posts and I stopped.
What's my point? Well, voat's structure and culture allows this sort of drama to be resolved quickly and amicably. I get to call [redacted] out on being a perverted twat, and he gets to ban me and keep posting his legal, albeit disgusting content. Forgehammer gets to start troll campaigns without participating in them and I get to express my disappointment with him when he does. It all comes out in the wash. And I ended up gaining more SCP and CCP than I lost, so I guess I'll continue to find reasons to fuck with people. It does the community good. Trolling is just a dirty word for satire, anyway.