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Discussion in 'Reports Archive' started by QueenofAmazing, Jan 25, 2014.
Admin Mimzy00 (00= zeros)
I got some as well, this player should be muted. Or banned in @QueenofAmazing's case.
Sad, she paid 105 dollars for an Admin and she probably will be banned for this.
@CollinPotato @daelwolf @xBMAN88 @YogurtMan4
Banned? I was thinking a perm mute.
Either or. It's still sad. I'd say temp ban since it was rude behavior, bullying, and profanity.
My prediction is a temp mute. The staff might give a perm mute but it's really up to them :3
My money is on perm mute.
That would be a fantastic punishment for this immature, rude player!
Try /ignore, as that usually works.
Well, that works for your own personal viewing of the messages, but it only hides the issue at hand, not fixes it. If you simply /ignore them then they are still saying harmful things about you, but now you cannot see it to defend yourself. Staff should take proper action to correct the issue described in this thread, in this case probably disciplining the player responsible for the violation of the rules. Mimzy00 should receive anything from a mute to a temp ban depending on how this violation is perceived.
You would be a good helper…
The only reason I stated to use /ignore is because @CollinPotato always states to execute this command. You can tell them you are ignoring them, and usually, the person will give up trying to aggravate you due to the fact that you cannot view his/her messages.
If you want, you can ignore them. I will temp ban them for 1 day due to multiple cases of aggressive behavior, profanity, bullying, and an attempt to bypass the MTMute system. Thanks.
Well, this may be true on occasion, but it works both ways. Yes, if their only objective was to annoy you personally they may cease their assault. However, if their objective was to "make fun" of you to the rest of the server then /ignoring them may actually escalate the issue as now you cannot see what is being said to contest it.
That being said, the server may view that player as rude and disrespectful. He could have a better chance of a stronger punishment due to the fact that you never got aggressive with him/her.
However, you do not necessarily need to get "aggressive" to contest what they are saying. Your response to these attacks could be as simple and polite as saying: "What they are saying is both untrue and disrespectful". Also, if you /ignore them then you cannot screenshot what they are saying to report it fully.
Also, I do concede that your point is no less valid than mine. There are two sides to each "argument" and neither is necessarily 100% correct.
It depends on a player's point of view and opinion of the matter, so we both are correct. Great job presenting the other side of the argument, though.