He's not as bad as the /sp/ stalker, but the incident is still pretty insane.
Channel-tan threads were doing pretty good. In comes Gatsky, an idea guy who would rise above the others. He decided to become the one true OP in charge of the general. Behind the scenes, he begged for art on sites like Tumblr and Discord through the guise of organizing a system of drawfags for events. They got tired of Gatsky's shit and kicked him off Discord.
Unfortunately, he loved catfishing. Who knows how many accounts there were, but he went as far as interacting between them to make up a "side" against the insubordinate drawfags who wronged him. You can assume any non-artist who requested channel-tan art from you was Gatsky.
/ctg/ was practically sabotaged by him because of his methodical ways, like keeping the same rotten OP pasta and setting the hours/bump limit early to spite Americans, (the artists he dislikes), which played a part in attracting foreigners and their influx of shitty, obscure channels that virtually replaced the original three.
Near the end, Gatsky became Zetta, grew to be even more of a controlling asshole, commissions got frequent, and the drawfags wanted to stop it. Zetta decided /ctg/ needed to cool down with a 2 month hiatus. When it returned, the thread was irredeemable trash and finally died. Moral of the story: Never trust Anonymous and think twice before linking your blog.>TL;DR
Instead of keeping things simple like /ctt/, it got hurdled into the sun by motherfucking Icarus.