Who Is Kaj
Kaj was a daily Scratcher who coded in Scratch. He was kind of addicted, and he made several games when he used Scratch. Soon he started to infuriate, as he was not getting enough attention. Not much people were following him, and no much people starred or loved his games. After, he raged, and he wrote mean comments on other people’s games. He wrote he would hack them if they don’t appreciate him. Some people were afraid, but some just ignored. Although there were 2 types of different people, both types reported him to the Scratch council. When he tried to hack Scratch, he did not have enough luck, and he failed over and over again. He was warned by the Scratch council, but he just ignored continuously. He was nowhere near to finding the code. To hack Scratch, you need to find the JAVA Script code. Sadly, he did not have this code. After continuous ignorance, the Scratch council deleted his account, and they kicked him out. If you want to visually see this, then click on this.
On a couple of 2011, someone pretended to be Kaj to prank other people. This account was controlled by a Scratch team member.
KajTheModerator made a comeback on April Fools’ Day 2012 but has not returned since.
KajTheModerator has more meaning to it than being a simple prank for the laughs and fun. Around the time when KajTheModerator arrived, many users would try to scare people and threaten to hack by creating accounts named with “kaj” somewhere. Paddle2See created KajTheModerator to “poke fun at the people using the ‘kaj’ mantle to troll other people”. Prior to the clarification, there was a dispute brought up over the justness of having KajTheModerator, but in reality, the user was just created to display a good side of kaj, one that helps, and to end the trolling of users by seeing that a form of “kaj” was in authority.