What you make me miss most of all are the old days of /tg/ back when we got trolls like Sergalfag, who would always make a game of the whole thing.
He'd rile people up on purpose, but he belonged on /tg/. He knew about the games, and the board culture, and how to push people's buttons, and that's just what he'd do. And if you engaged with Sergalfag he'd chicanerously make jokes at your expense and play along and try to make whatever fanciful lie he was spinning seem real, at least for the thread.
I'm dead serious when I ask this, anon: where did you come from? Like, where did you learn that this is what trolling should be like? Where you're just as unfun as possible and say divisive things like you're trying to score points and win a game before the clock runs out. Do they teach this on Facebook? Or Twitter? What social media does this? Youtube? Is it really 4chan? Has the site gotten so bad over the years that this is what passes for "trolling for the lulz"?