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Read Me! Banned? You'll want to read this...

Discussion in 'Appeal A Ban' started by Zerp, Mar 16, 2017.

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  1. Zerp

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    Zerp
    Use the template below to appeal a ban.
    1. What's your username?

    2. Why were you banned? What happened?
    Explain in detail. Be honest, we typically don't ban people without reason. Including what the ban screen says would probably be useful.


    3. Which staff member banned you?
    If you don't know, just guess.


    4. Do you think you deserved the ban? Why/why not?

    5. Using at least 5 reasons, convince us to unban you.
    We'd rather not let untrustworthy people back onto the server. Convince us you're worth a second chance.


    After posting, one of the following will happen:
    • If accepted, your ban will become temporary/shortened.
      Depending on the severity of your actions, it will be anywhere between 1 day and 1 month. After the time has elapsed, you will be able to access the server once more.
    • If rejected, your ban will not be lifted.
      You may re-appeal after 1 week, but you probably shouldn't come back anyway.
    • If your ban was in error, it will be lifted immediately.
      Sometimes Very rarely, staff members can have a lapse of judgement. In cases where the ban wasn't warranted, it will be lifted immediately.

    Reasons a ban appeal will be rejected.
    • You did something reallyyyy bad.
      Sometimes it's not worth giving somebody a second chance. For example, if you griefed the entire creative world or attempted to crash the server, you're not much of a loss to the server. Bai!
    • Your appeal was substandard.
      A ban appeal should leave us convinced that you're worthy of another chance. If you're lazy with your appeal, unapologetic or uncooperative, it's unlikely we'll be vying for your patronage.
    • You're a repeat offender.
      Successive appeals are met with increasing reluctance.
     
    #1 Zerp, Mar 16, 2017
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2018
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