First, we have two types of godmodding, "passive" & "active".
- Metagaming - is knowing everything about a character that is recently encountered— the proof is searching for a specific character's page.
- Twinking - is getting a rare item without any problem.
- Cheesing - is suddenly developing a random ability or item (without prior mention of the item or prior existence of the ability) to solve a problem at hand.
- Powerplaying - is writing his or her characters' actions in a way that is unrealistic or attempting to exert control over another player's character.
- Godmodding - is having a character who does not have weaknesses or flaws.
- Constant Dodging - is writing his or her characters' actions in a way of not allowing others to inflict damage or does not accurately portray the damage that should have been inflicted by the connection of a particular attack.
EDIT - February 9, 2013 → There are specific types of godmodding. This source is this site.
- Aimbotting — never misses a single shot even it's hard to do
- Godmoding — can't be hit or just shrug off incoming projectiles
- Idkfa-ing — always having weapon or ammo (excpetion if you use weapons rarely)
- Twinking — a type of embiggening; acquiring an item with no problem or hitting an enemy with great damage opposed to a much stronger ally who only does small damage
- Min-Maxing — massive powers with irrelevant weaknesses
- Miss Cleos — metagaming (exploiting weaknesses of an enemy without problem)
- McFlying — metagaming (in an event)
- Puppeting — powerplaying
- Daydreaming — RPing completely irrelevant things
- Baghdad Bobbit
- Gaseous Snake