cactuz_pl wrote:About irksomeduck and Obiewan1111:
I agree, rules should be posted in the first post.
But tell me how we should treat players who destroy other people's work?
With respect? That they have not proved to us, destroying the fruits of our labor?
Q: Why permanent ban? Why not temporary ban?
A: Because If someone greif once, he will greif again. Especially if they do it on the first day. How we can trust them?
Example: Randy, a few posts ago. That was second time when he greif. I gave him a second chance, you can see what he did with it.
Some players do not know how to properly maintain, and we do not want such.
Imagine this world without no node-protection and and banning players for 3 days.
All buildings would be greifed, greifers would felt that with impunity.
If you cant, imagine real word without police and prisons, all thieves and murderers walk the streets with impunity, do you want to live in such a world? I do not and I think that no one would want to. That's why we need strict laws.
Honest players should feel safe, greifers shouldn't.
Small/big greif, where is the boundary?
I my opinion greif is greif. (Except situation where some one broke 2-3 blocks, this could be greif by mistake).
One question does protection prevent griefing/vandalism or simply log it?
I think this dicussion deserves it's own thread.
As far as I feel ... gruadated privs, graduated punishment. Do well, gain privs. Act like a jerk, lose privs. If privs is just interact/build there is nothing to gain, all to lose. However, if doing good gains let's say 'fly' privledge. Those grounded would act accordingly so they can gain the same priv. If bad actions means losing 'fly' priv, they would do anything to keep it.
However, how do you prove the burden of guilt? Maybe couple of players have an axe to grind or just fill spiteful or 'because they can' they 'frame' an user. I certainly saw that on Gameboom and was targetted by users after I kicked them out for griefing a town project because the admin would do squat.
there has to be a mechanism for complaints but also for the accuse to defend themselves.