Welcome to online safety part two! –w- In the last article I covered some ways to stay safe online. Now, I’m going to talk about multiple instances that kids either didn’t follow those rules, or when I caught some predators in action. 1. So, all these events take place on ROBLOX, an online website where all the users with accounts can create multiplayer games. One of those games is a roleplay game called Wolves Life 3, where you’re a wolf character living in a wolf-only society. A lot of younger people play this game, I would assume mostly 9-14 year olds, excluding the creator of the game. This game is a favorite of mine, but even it is no stranger to uneducated children. I was on the game when I came across two people, and one of them mentioned her real name. I tried to tell her it was dangerous, and after a brief argument she said “ugh let’s go to another server” and those two peoples left the game. (WARNING: THE KIDS ONLY GET SALTIER FROM HERE.) 2. Another ROBLOX game is a roleplay about the book series titled Warriors by the Erin Hunter team. The people on there are more mature, I assume many are about 15-19. But there was a time where I found someone openly admitting to being 13, so I told her giving away her age online was dangerous. She responded “UGH WELL I DIDN’T KNOW” and left the game. I think someone reported her for being rude because an administrator showed up and asked about it. I told her what happened and since the girl left the game the admin couldn’t really do much to her so the admin left as well. 3. Yet another ROBLOX game is called Flood Escape 2, where you basically have to run from and survive in floods of water, acid, lava,
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