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redrailgaming ban appeal - RedRailGaming - 09-09-2019

Server you were banned on (SMP/Discord): smp
Minecraft name: Your text

Reason for your ban: grief

Who banned you: illogical

Why should you be unbanned: i honestly dont even know where this ban came from. i havent been on this server in a good bit. i dont remember ever griefing anything and if i did i would appeal in that fashion

Why do you want to come back: because i honestly dont know why i was banned

RE: redrailgaming ban appeal - illogicalsong - 09-09-2019

Ok I'll refresh your memory- This is what someone's home looked like after you'd been there

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And this is what it had looked like before you were there.

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This house did not belong to you and you could not have had permission to remove the things because the person has been gone over 6 months. Please update your appeal accordingly

RE: redrailgaming ban appeal - RedRailGaming - 09-10-2019

Honestly then what is the limit on how long someone is gone before their stuff is fair game? because it allowed me to break anything in the place. and i was under the impression that this server had claims

RE: redrailgaming ban appeal - illogicalsong - 09-11-2019

You had to take a quiz on our rules in order to enter the server

In case you forgot

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And in /rules-

Rule 6

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And in the full forums rulebook-

1: Griefing - Punishment: Lv. 1 - 3 

  A.  Do not modify any property that is not yours without the permission of the property-owner.  This includes the addition or subtraction of any gameplay element from one’s property, such as: blocks, crops, items, animals, NPCs, etc.  A property’s age, state of integrity, state of security, or state of occupation does not alter this rule.  If the property is not yours, do not alter it.

Even if it looks abandoned, is unclaimed- it's not yours to take.

Please update your appeal with this information in mind