I'll add some stuff to @SauceRyuKen 's post. Partly cuz there's a lot to catch up on. Partly cuz I'll never again have a reason to use this informationBlanket bomb of lateness:
What are the provable facts now known about Tutankhamen? Explain it to me like I am... Phil. Use small words. All I know is that he's some idiot with a credit card. Educate me. I have been away fighting rebels in the hills, and now return to the Old Homestead.
When tutankhamunn first appeared in Phil's chat, he spammed handfuls of single Bits. He was told by a mod to please to spamming. He then moved to spamming $1 worth of Bits, etc. This went on for the next 4 hours, eventually accumulating to about $2,000.He spammed the chat with TriHard emotes and threw a LOT of shekels at Dave.
The Bit spam naturally aroused suspicion, and Twitch staff were notified by many. One Twitch staffer appeared on Phil's viewer list (to my knowledge, at least 3 others have since popped in, as well). The suspicion aroused by tutankhamunn would lead, according to him, to Amazon biefly freezing his account.He then proceeded to more than double Philip's subcount
He resented Amazon for a spell after this. There was some confusion when a $100 Paypal donator, believed at the time to be tut, charged back the money. Phil lamented this troll and the loss of his tut treasure on Twitter (even though there's no way to refund that $2,000 in Bits). tut claimed his innocence for the charge back in chat.
IIRC, he would donate through Paypal ("no more money for Amazon", as he wrote in chat), but despite his resentment, settled on blowing away all of Phil's subscriber goals.
@Proper Pangolin has an interesting post on page 3551 tying together tut's involvement with the two other Twitch Cows. Proper Pangolin believes that it was LTG's modding of the big-spending tut that got LTG his recent Twitch ban. As the theory goes, since this is something that's gotten LTG into trouble before, it could have been set-up by tut with that in mind.LTG's been recently banned and he had a whole bells and whistles gold lined wordart declaring that Tut is King Tut. You coulda given him a better title, my man!
This is an interesting tidbit I hadn't considered.He showed up on September 22, which I think is a bit after the main detractors got deplatformed on Twitch.
God bless you, my friend <3This document also refers to alotta peepul as the Divine Herd, so Haunter and I have been calling the PRCult that.
@Dragoonism Do the LTG "Detractors" know about OverRustle Logs? Maybe there's been less occasion to use it. According to their Patreon, a $5 pledge allows you to add a channel that it'll follow. Might be a worth while investmentThe lack of LTG's logs on overrustle really fucked me over in following Tut's trail, so I kinda fell off.
I don't know much about WingsOfRedemption. Would Sean Ranklin know enough about tut for him to see it as worth mentioning?I feel like Sean Ranklin would’ve shown that.
He says he doesn't want chat "harassing". Maybe he's trying to quell the "negative" community that tut criticized. This is Phil's "addressing the problem in his community without addressing it", like his weaseling during the Doxening.there was more before this and theyre not perfectly lined up, but i think hes implying tut is being a negative attention whore? but he also is sucking his dick so i cant tell
I watched the John and Howard response video recently and John mentions Phil's affinity for meeting confrontation this way: “He goes on to compliment me, and then bury me after that, which is a weird mixture he likes to do sometimes” (Phil even does during his retrospective Project 7 review, maligning the actor Chap with criticisms he claims came from John, then goes on to say he personally never found fault with Chap).