One of many type internet "games", such as PimpLords and Outwar, that reward their "players" for spamming as many messege boards and chat rooms as possible with links to their respective clan. When a unsuspecting person clicks on a reference link they are assimilated into that clan and the owner is given more resources to use "in game". The web site also is credited with that person visiting their site and being exposed ot their banner ads, pop ups, and other such crap which the site itself makes profit off of. A thte end of a round, usually that alsts several months, the top player/s (spammers) are rewarded with kind of moderate prize. Of course the sites CLAIM that anyone caught mindlessly spamming to gain power will have their accounts terminated but just ask the 500,000 tools that make Kings of Chaos a good penny in advertisement spam whether they get banned for it or not.
These "games" are scam's and will get you banned on first offense posting a link or even talking about the sites on many boards across the internet. A true epidemic.
Poster: "You're banned spammer!"
An online game based on Lord Of The Rings, where link clicking is involved. However, Kings Of Chaos has a unique clicking feature which makes spamming links a thing of the past (unlike outwar).
Kings of chaos players are usually higher up the food chain that Outwar players, except for anyone in Striker Clan of KoC; in order to join that clan, you must be a dutch monkey.
randomguy7: go ass kiss yourself, biatch!
KoCplayerTahara: uhhh, anyone for trading links?
randomguy7: sure. IM me.
the object is to build your stats so you can defend against people
attack more people!
and also you can build spies so you can check out other peoples stats