These are words occasionally tossed around by the community, in-game, Wikia, and Discord. If you feel like you have a term that should be within here, feel free to add it in!

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 disemboweled by a Leaper.

You can identify one based on the default ROBLOX avatar, and either their Steyr M, DB Shotgun.

"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".

A player who completed the final challenge of KCC's quest with little to no difficulty. Sometimes people spam this after someone clutches, but generally use it in the context above.

A term used to refer a event that happened during 14th to 15th of August 2020 where a hacker created a server that had a max of 50 players slot.

The use of a glitch, bug, or exploit to gain an advantage over others.


An AI-controlled brute that is infamous for being a deadly killing machine.

"AI Brutes, more like AI Nukes."

A type of exploit or bot (sometimes called auto-aim) used in online shooters to provide automatic target acquisition to the player.

Many players have called Yeti II's Club Throw attack "aimbot" for its rather formulaic accuracy.

Yeti II gets down to 10,000 health

Throws his club at a group of people

All of them die


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.

A trolling method popular around the internet. This string of commands closes the tab currently in focus. In R2DA, it's commonly used to get people to leave the game if they are being annoyed.

"Esc + L + Enter" is also used inside of Roblox.

"Alt + f4 for free Starlights"

TrollingVictim left.

An online personality who played under the username "higuystuff".

He was a very skilled player known in the community for his videos and guides 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 the 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 desperately weaken the survivors.

"Wow, a brute buyer"

A phrase commonly used when a player is killed unexpectedly or by something out of their control.

Shot by Barrett 50 Cal. from a long distance
"Barrett user, bruh moment."

A phrase popularised and commonly stated by PeridotIsWithYou concerning the Famas as it is considered a terrible weapon across the board.

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. However, when the ammo pool was reduced to compensate, celebration stopped.

See "Famas".

A way of describing someone who takes Battlestation very seriously. They commonly use the Barrett 50 Cal. and CK Swat, are usually between ranks 45 and 60, and constantly vote for Victoria Harbor and nothing else. They are also prone to aggression when killed.

"quit your toxicity, battletard"

A "rage phrase" often used when players are killed by the Boo Buster, due to the fact it locks onto and stuns its targets and there is no way to fight back.

The weapon is considered so powerful, some PvP servers straight up ban it.

"What a worthless boo user."

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.

It stands for Bring Up My Post.




"Jeez, stop."

A term used to describe how horrible a player plays, or how toxic a player's personality is.

Also jokingly referred to when talking about a Ticker's radioactive waste.

"That guy watched me die just to steal my stuff. Cancer."

A funny nickname for Steil Grenade.

"The corn stick looks tastier than the green egg."

Short for Skull Champion.

"Oh no! Here comes a Champ!"

A joking term that is usually used by Jopede to poke fun at Rockynic and his French accent.


A meme by Jopede during a video on GoSinister's "Cap & Jopede" series. While GoSinister refers to the loadout of the FATAL5 and Ice Gun as the "laser loadout", Jopede calls it the "cone loadout" after seeing a lone traffic cone in Sewers.

"alright what's the name of this loadout again? cone? cone loadout?"

A term commonly used by Battlestation players, they use this term as a cheap way to complain because you're not allowed to fire a revolver multiple times at once.

A meme on the R2DA Wikia, first introduced by Minininho02. The meme consist on a image featuring the vehicle Darkside from Twisted Metal with a subtitle saying "Darkside" or "Darkside (Something)".

"I got banned from the R2DA Discord."

"Darkside Moment."

A satirical term 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.

"Please deactivate."

Someone who says "vote yes" or "vote no" in the chat while a new Map and Gamemode is being voted to persuade people into getting what they want.

"Guys vote no."

"What are you, a dictator?"

Describes the frustration of getting disconnected from the server due to an unknown reason of memory leakage.

Commonly occurred during the King Crab II boss fight where a random amount of people get disconnected from the fight, causing them to rage even harder than their mom who would scream at them.

PlaceRebuilder once stated that NoobBuster x16 and Disconnect are entirely different since NoobBuster x16 only affects a single-player, disconnecting them while Disconnect (Memory Leak) tends to affect a group of people in a matter of seconds.

Player 1 left

Player 2 left

You: w1f

A Digger is essentially a remake of the Crawlers from R2D 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?"

A short phrase which was used to request popular artists to draw them.

This is notable between Drawmeitis and ProductionTakeTwo.

Another user, DoofDuckShmirtz has so far made two songs about this.

"Draw me, Hotorchi."

A humorous term referring to the Digger, due to its idle stance looking similar to that of a sitting dog.

"guys look at the doggo"

A phrase used in support of R2DA's "rival", Dread.

It is usually used ironically and is most commonly used when glitches occur, usually on bosses.

"Nice, some brainlet used the Camera on Papa Squid. Game breaking glitches... This is why Dread is winning."

A short phrase that some people say when Dyno, the moderation bot used in the R2DA Discord, goes down.

*Dyno goes down*

"Dyno wake up"

PlaceRebuilder's favorite phrase to say to hackers when he permanently bans them from R2DA.

A few moderators themselves have taken up on this.

Used whenever somebody says something awkward or whenever somebody is anxious.

Other variants include "REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" or "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE". Mostly used by mods because it could be considered spamming.

"I killed you in FFA"


Eggers are those who commonly troll with Eggs, which can be thrown and trips survivors upon contact. Those who fall victim to eggers most often than not votekick them out of rage.

GuyWhoTrolls equips eggs and throws them, knocking a player into the void

Short for Elemental.

Brute: "Charge me elm"

Elemental players that use the glitch to charge themselves without low health.

Player charges once they spawn in as Elemental

Due to the recent flood of exclusive items that can either be received via contributing to R2D:A on a significant scale, or by winning something super-duper special, the community has come to mock PlaceRebuilder's odd insistence that the nicest items can not be achieved by the community, but the ones PlaceRebuilder views as worthy like when France still had a monarchy.

"- Removed ability to play R2D:A"
"+ Added ability to play R2D:A [EXCLUSIVE]"

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 a slightly stronger AK-47.

It has yet to recover from the infamy.

A term that was especially prominent in R2D. This was used commonly when a player in Free For All was killed by 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, however most of the time the person killed was using a FAMAS themselves.

"Eww, Famas kid."

A meme made by BelowNatural when he was in a VIP server. He instructed people to spam F in the chat for a chance to get the FATAL6. This was swiftly followed by a series of F's


Another word in place for Grinding, referring to how you are farming for cash, as if you were farming for crops.


A common phrase to prevent the user, or another user, from getting kicked. It is also commonly when someone repeatedly tries to vote-kick a user.

This is mostly used by people who have no idea false kicking is not a rule/doesn't exist.

*User calls a vote-kicked*
False Kicking!

A overused homophobic phrase thrown around the Discord chat.

A short phrase used when a player skillfully kills another. It can be used seriously or sarcastically, though on most instances it is the latter.

Player1: "ouch"
Player2: "get noob"

A short phrase used when a person or a group of people do not support a suggestion posted in the Suggestions forum category.

"Please get out."

A short phrase used by Jopede when he accomplishes something or wins a round. The earliest known use dates back to November 2019.

"Battletard down, ginga moment"

A word used to describe people who hog Tickets to themselves during a quest.


A term used by LITTLEROBBY11 in the early stages of group debug, mistakenly misspelling "godmode" for "gomdoe"


A term that 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."

A fun way to refer to the Grenade, humorously referring to the Grenade's colour and shape resembling an egg.

Tinpot noob: "I have a green egg."

One of the few terms blurted out when a player dies. Also has a short term, known as "HAX".

This can be used seriously or sarcastically. Most of the time, people witnessing this assume the latter.


A nickname occasionally given to a Minigun user. As the name implies, it is referring to the Team Fortress 2 class, the Heavy.

"Heh, a Heavy I see."

A command that lets player-controlled zombies be taken over by AI.


This is a common trolling method on the R2DA Discord in which somebody pings a staff member saying "I HAVE RAILGUN".

Unfortunately, this phrase has been used for raiding purposes by tagging all the moderators, chat moderators, etc just to get attention.

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."

Stands for intelligence quotient. Commonly used when a user completed the maze puzzle in King Cherrycake's Quest with/without any hassle.

"Completed puzzle. 200 IQ"

"Failed puzzle. 0 IQ"

A nickname for the Electric Elemental used by PlaceRebuilder and the community.

This references the Electric Elemental using jolts of electricity to attack its foes.

"Watch out guys, it's a Jolt"

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?"

"joe momma"

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.

It is commonly used in the same way that "Trash" is used.

"lol, trash M93R kid"

A verb which is also known as the shorter "KS'ing". The act of killing an enemy heavily damaged by someone else.

"Hey, quit killstealing"

King Cheese Celebration was the main April Fools 2019 joke, created by Minininho02, WikiaColors and Scott1333

The action of intentionally temporarily cutting data flow from online servers to become momentarily invincible and easily kill your enemies in shooters.

However, people occasionally call people with slow internet "lagswitchers", even though their delays aren't intentional.


lagswitcher spotted

TinpotNoob got PERM-BANNED.

A term commonly used in Battlestation when a player camps at a high ground spot for the majority of the round and shoot people from a long distance.

However, this term can also be used when a player hides and intentionally finishes off a low HP player after they were in a gunfight.

"Wow leecher"

A popular phrase used around the internet when something is funny. "LOL" stands for "Laugh Out Loud".

Often used to convey humor, used commonly when the person in question is not really amused.

"Lol, you died!"

A popular phrase used when somebody fails to complete the final puzzle in King Cherrycake's Quest.

time runs out
"low iq"

A phrase commonly used by most of the community to refer to the Bus in Blackfield Station

"Guys get into the magic school bus before you die"

A term usually used by people commenting on editing sprees on this Wikia.

"Geez, he really needs to stop mass editing."

A term used by people when someone has a very high ping.

It is used as a metaphor, comparing the internet connection a player has to the slow speeds that free Wi-Fi in a busy restaurant can achieve.

"How did he axe me from 20 studs away?"

"He probably has McDonald's WiFi."

This phrase spawns from an infamous thread created by Diegofighter101 concerning a possible buff for the Minigun.

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 frowned upon way of moderating. Involves a non-staff team individual alerting the staff team for every single little thing that goes on in the chat.

"@Chat-Moderators He's offtopic"


A way of saying no to annoying users who ask for a promotion or to become a moderator to drive them away for a while or forever. Mostly used by InfiniteBread.

may i get admin on the wikia infintebread??


Similar to the Famas User, this is used when a player is seemingly killed by the m249 every time.

Or out of pure anger, just to call someone out for using it.

Gets killed by a M249

You: "M249 USER!"

This phrase is commonly used by RealPieDiePew in discord.

The word "Nya" comes from a Neko girl saying "Nya~" in Anime.

Player 1: "N-Nya~"

Player 2: "Nyaa~"

This phrase is commonly used by Battlestation players who use it whenever they were killed by a Grenade.

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."

A very 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 intended to be used to 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 almost always a sniper rifle.


A phrase commonly used to refer to a Grenade.

The blast radius tends to catch people off-guard, as the radius is larger than the M202. This whole issue is infamous for causing countless deaths.

"I didn't know we were carrying nukes. Welp."

a word to describe a person,place, or thing that is overpowered and needed to be weak or ineffective. Was most notably used for KCC than ticker.

"noooooooo PR NERF TICKERSSSS" *tickers were nerfed "PRRRR TICKERs ARE USeless and boring it need a buff"

A phrase used to refer when a player gets a NoobBuster.

Player 1: Why you left?

Player 2: I got noobbusted

A phrase used to mock the standard Roblox death sound. It's often used when something stupid happens or someone dies.

In the game files, it is known as "uuhhh.mp3".

Dies from own grenade


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.


"Phial of Galadriel."



A popular phrase around the Internet said by Solaire of Astora in Dark Souls.

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.

"Praise the Sun!"

A term used when an item, event, or entity in-game is considered illogical and does not reflect what would happen in real life. Also, many people hate PR logic, they say it's unfair, not understandable, and not even explainable.

"HOW?! This water shouldn't have killed me!"

"Some water kills you, some water doesn't. Must be PR logic."

An obby/puzzle that has to be completed before fighting a boss

"Man, the quest is hard."

The use of a glitch that allows survivors to move around despite him/her being stunned/killed.

Unlucky player ragdoll abuses to get away from a katana spammer in melee smash, ends up falling off the map, Unlucky player gets banned for ragdoll abuse.

A person who gets angry easily and shouts at the server at the first sign of inconvenience.

"Man, just stop being a rager."


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.


Mostly used in discord talking satirically how the rules are so strict, predicting R2DA Future in a mocking fashion.

This also caused some spam on the R2DA Discord.

R2DA 2020=Pinging PR is now a 1-year ban

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 "shrekt", "rekt'd", "panzershrekt").

What some players may say whenever they defeat someone, whether in-game or during a conversation.

"Rekt, kid"

A phrase commonly stated while fighting Chronos XI.

When a player dies, it is common for them to 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.

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.

"Whoops, ripperoni."

A term used to describe a player acting passive-aggressive after what another player did to negatively impact them.

Normally seen and used after death.

"What are you, salty?"

A common term used on the internet to describe a worthless post made by a user. Users like 'Memes never die' was one of the first of this 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."

This is a common term used when discussing an individual who is acting as if they are better than they actually are.

"He has been grinding 24/7 on a Foxriver Prison farming server, when he went from using the M16A1 to using the Flamethrower, he all of a sudden started acting like such a scrub"

The term is similar to "Noob" in some aspects.

Sinister Arms Inc. is an official development team for R2D:A led by GoSinister. The group initially gained notoriety for getting the first community made weapon in; the Winchester. Their weapon suggestions have since become one of the most popular suggestions found on the wikia, usually surpassing over 100 kudos.

Sockpuppets are accounts used by users who were previously banned on another account, using sockpuppets in order to bypass their ban and to socialize with other users, sometimes getting away with it.

A commonly used farming method by survivors in order to trap the Skull Champion mob in the shed. This takes place on the map Stud Harvest II.

This method is infamous for being "unfair" to the zombie victims, blocked in by constructions using the Hammer. As a result of this, if a moderator joins the server while this farming method is underway, they have permission to use the "kill all" command.

"Bro stop shed farming or I'm going to modcall!!!"

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.

The name stems from an infamous thread created by TheBeautifulSardonyx who now goes under the name Lynncoln.

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?"

A term used in VIP Servers that often means the modes are Rescue, Campaign, and The President.

🚁R2DA STORY MODE🚁 made by Tinpot Noob

One who aims to kill a specific person.

Common behaviour entails rigid movements, silence, and going for the same person in multiple lives.

"He only goes for me since I stole his Defibrillators and didn't revive him with it, what a targeter."

A meme created by GoSinster which originated in an April Fools video of his, named "Content Cap - Jopede", a parody of iDubbbz's Content Cop. Usually, after this phrase is stated, GoSinister follows it up with a long silence or black screen.

"So now we got some crops... and with these we can make the nothingburger, here's the recipe."

Used when a user gets the maze block stuck in King Cherrycake's Quest and fails.

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 using the most powerful weapons available in game, most notably the Barrett 50 Cal. and CK Swat.

"Are you mad because I killed you a couple of times? Quit being a tryhard."

A slang term for Mini Uzis users.

"Three Tracers on our team. Claps"

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."

Use this to call out a user who's using overpowered weapons (e.g. M249, Chainsaw).

Format: ...(insert weapon) user...

"stop stealing my kills m249 user"

"ew chainsaw user target him plz"

A Stalker that is typically in no-kill servers and carry survivors around to their desired locations.

(Zombie becomes Stalker)

"ay we got an uber here"

A term used by some due to the Trusted Removal Process getting so strict, one warn will make you lose your trust.

"insert non-english here"

Tinpot Noob has been warned!

"Well rip, another one has been infected with the Verified Virus."

A way of defining old users who returned or played r2da and mostly can be easily identified by wearing the Edgar Hat( or badges/game passes from the original r2d 2014. Anyone who talks trash or disrespects them are disgusting peasants.

"Whoa look a veteran user!!!"

  • a large crowd surrounded the veteran user

"omg why are you surrounding that stupid kid noob is a low rank!"

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.

"Pssh, wow."

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. Sadly, this term is no longer used due to it being censored by ROBLOX filtering.



XD is the acronym for the phrase LOL or Laugh Out Loud. It is an emoticon with the letter X as eyes and D as a laughing mouth. it is mostly used to annoy users in an unfunny/salty situation. Users hate people using the term because it's been overused or its plain annoying.

Tinpot noob: "FRIEND DEFIB me!!!!!". baconbot1135: "XD lolol". Tinpot noob: "DEFFFIBBBBB" . baconbot1135: "ok omg xd where is it". Tinpot noob: "vfznbvzn,szddfhbdH". server: Tinpot noob left the game.

This word is commonly used in R2DA Discord to substitute "no" when replying to silly questions.

It is a more fun way of saying "no".


Can i has mod?


A phrase used around the internet, often as a sarcastic term or to show that whoever is using does not care about the situation at hand.

"Bro, you suck at this game"

"your mom"

A word when someone is about to throw an object like a Grenade or a Pumpkin Pie.

*User pulls the pin from a grenade*


The opposite way of saying "ok boomer", which is said when a baby boomer says something condescending to younger generations, whereas "zoomer" is used by baby boomers and condescends younger generations. In R2DA, it's usually used when people talk about how the original Reason 2 Die was better.

"ok boomer"

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