A chronic lagger; especially in an online game such as Warcraft III. Usually having to do with the likelihood that the lagger is using a dial-up connection (56k or less) and may also be downloading music or something while playing the game, thereby taxing the connection beyond all reasonableness. Hence: modem PULLER.
Coined by scron on battle.net
That guy is such a modem-puller, he lags the game so much.
(gaming term--commonly used in Battle.net channels such as Clan TDA, mostly in and in reference to Defense of the Ancients Allstars) A person who is lacking in skills--especially at a game that requires "micro" (micromanagement skills of multiple units) or correct hero and item builds in order to be successful. Compare with n00b
Differs from "noob" slightly in skill level, but still isn't pro and probably never will be. In short, a scrub goes through the motions, but truly has no clue what they are doing.
"Wow, my teammate is such a scrub. He should stop playing TDA and go back to playing random pubs."
"0-12 Crystal Maiden, GG you scrub. Who the hell gets Sange/Yasha on THAT hero?"
1. A mythical/legendary/nonexistent/hypothetical power tool that is said to damage male genitalia, which the mere mention of causes any child under the age of 13 who knows what a pecker
is to laugh their asses off when they hear the term
2. A Black & Decker drill
I'm going to town to buy a Black & Decker Pecker Wrecker
In Warcraft III, (either Reign of Chaos or Frozen Throne), the practice of, when playing the Orc race, to select the Far Seer as the first hero and repeatedly "hero rush" the opponent's base using summoned Spirit Wolves to attack, usually targeting the workers (orc peons, human peasants, night-elf wisps, or undead acolytes).
Damn, that Far Seer is dogging me, I gotta sleep him and kill the wolves before they kill all my acolytes.