Chat Offenses

LEVEL ONE
  1. Informal Warning
  2. Formal Warning and/or Kick
  3. Temporary Mute: 10 Minutes. Not Appealable.
Minor Advertising
Unclarified Links
Inappropriate Subjects
Inappropriate Nicknames
Excessive Capitals/Spam
Arguing/Instigation
Mini-Modding
Chat Trolling
Staff Impersonation
LEVEL TWO
  1. Formal Warning and/or Kick
  2. Temporary Mute: 30 Minutes. Not Appealable.
  3. Temporary Ban: 2 Days. Not Appealable.
Rioting
Abusive Behavior
Harassment
LEVEL THREE
  1. Temporary Mute: 90 Minutes. Not Appealable.
  2. Temporary Ban: 4 Days. Appealable.
Major Advertising
Malicious Threats
Discrimination
Revealing Personal Information
LEVEL FOUR
  1. Temporary Ban: 6 Days. Appealable.
  2. Permanent Ban. Appealable.
Toxicity
LEVEL FIVE
  1. Temporary Ban: 8 Days. Appealable.
  2. Permanent Ban. Not Appealable.
Severe Advertising
Inappropriate Links
Real World Trading

Gameplay Offenses

LEVEL ONE
  1. Informal Warning
  2. Formal Warning and/or Kick
  3. Temporary Ban: 2 Days. Not Appealable.
Minor Grief
Minor Map/Bug Exploitation
Bypassing Punishment
Bypassing AFK Restrictions
Gameplay Trolling
Lag Machine Creation
Unapproved Modifications
LEVEL TWO
  1. Formal Warning and/or Kick
  2. Temporary Ban: 4 Days. Appealable.
Major Grief
Major Map/Bug Exploitation
Inappropriate Skin/Names
Trapping Players
LEVEL THREE
  1. Formal Warning and/or Kick
  2. Temporary Ban: 6 Days. Appealable.
Minor Hacks
LEVEL FOUR
  1. Temporary Ban: 8 Days. Appealable.
  2. Permanent Ban. Appealable.
Major Hacks
LEVEL FIVE
  1. Temporary Ban: 10 Days. Appealable.
  2. Permanent Ban. Not Appealable.
Continued Disrespect

 

Grief
Grief is categorized as either minor or major, at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  The main difference between minor and major grief is the presence of malicious intent.  Minor grief is classified as such when intent is questionable, usually due to not many blocks being modified.  Major grief is classified as such when intent is undeniable, usually due to many blocks being modified.

Inappropriate
What is considered inappropriate is defined at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  Generally content deemed inappropriate includes anything relating to illegal, sexual, discriminatory, controversial or generally offensive content.

Hacks
Hacks are categorized as either minor or major, at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  The main difference between minor and major hacks is the level of advantage received and/or level of potential gameplay disruption.

Trolling
Trolling is separated as both a chat offense and a gameplay offense.  Chat trolling is the act of misleading others with false information.  Gameplay trolling is the act of intentionally attempting to frustrate or ruin gameplay for others.

Advertising
Advertising is categorized as either minor, major or severe, at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  The main difference between minor, major and severe advertising is the level of intent and disruption caused.

Toxicity
Toxicity is the term used for when continued chat offenses have occurred to the point where it is causing major disruption.  Generally someone considered toxic has in the past proved to be abusive, harassing, discriminatory and/or threatening towards multiple people within the community.

Real World Trading
Real world trading is defined by any transaction or exchange of real world currency, possessions and/or services for anything related to Realm of Allura; be it in-game or affiliated services.  Donation packages (available within our server store) and merchandise organized by management is the only exception to this rule.

Discrimination
What is considered discrimination is defined at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  Discrimination is generally the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of other people, for example (but are not limited to)  race, age, gender, sexuality, religious opinion, political opinion.

Malicious Threats
What is considered a malicious threat is defined at the discretion of the staff member implementing sanctions.  Types of malicious threats include (but are not limited to) threatening to DDoS, hack or track down a person with intention to cause them physical harm.

Continued Disrespect
Continued disrespect is the term used for when continued gameplay offenses have occurred to the point where it is causing major disruption.  Generally someone considered disrespectful has in the past proved to be a cheater and/or a general menace towards the network as a whole.