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Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by GigantDude, Aug 27, 2016.

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  1. GigantDude Event Team Event Team

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    Dear staff,

    As of recent I see more and more posts about people 'deathtrapping' in Kitpvp. In my opinion this punishment should be removed:

    Why?
    If we want to keep players, dont ban them for weird reasons like this.
    People shouldnt AFK in a PvP server at all.

    Solution
    Remove the ban from 'deathtrapping' in KitPvP.

    Maybe you can replace the ban with a message like: "Please dont push people on the tp-pads, thanks in advance"

    Greetings,


    GigantDude
     
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  2. Boins Gold Miner DRC Veteran

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    Why don't we punish the ppl that stand there until someone pushes them to the pvp area?

    I don't see any reason why you should afk there?

    Funny to see the vids of ppl getting pushed there, just if they want this to happen so someone can be banned ...
     
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  3. GigantDude Event Team Event Team

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    Exactly, people shouldnt AFK in a pvp server. And baiting people just to get them banned is so unnecessary and useless.

    We're only banning people just because they do that.
     
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  4. Bruqaj Iron Miner DRC Veteran

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    Or... get this guys.. this might be a crazy idea but.. disable pushing.
     
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  5. GigantDude Event Team Event Team

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    That's a much better solution indeed.
     
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  6. Ruthger Nether Inhabitant DRC Veteran

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    Or you just stand afk in the schop or traderoom so Yes please remove that punishmend
     
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  7. Reynout123 Server Admin Staff Member Server Admin

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    The problem is. I can't disable it. There is a config option but That thing isnt working like it should be.
     
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  8. GigantDude Event Team Event Team

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    Then remove the punishment then.

    Verstuurd vanaf mijn MotoG3 met Tapatalk
     
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  9. Ruthger Nether Inhabitant DRC Veteran

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    there is no need for, you can just stand afk in the shop or traderoom, in my opinion the punishment can be removed

    BTW: there is no rule for pushing people in the map so why is there a punishment? there is no rule about that
     
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  10. GigantDude Event Team Event Team

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    They say it counts towards the deathttraping rule.

    But in my opinion: remove the punishment: 'deathtrapping' in Kitpvp and the problem is solved and we won't scare people off.
     
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  11. Anesitas Server Admin Staff Member Server Admin

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    There is also no rule that you can not hack the account of JelleDRC, so should we remove punishment on that also?
    The rule stays until we have fixed the issue, if you want to grief others by doing that, blame on you.

    However, those that record others pushing them wont get out without punishment either.

    #IHaveSpoken
    --- This message was merged, Aug 28, 2016 ---
    Just to inform you. The issue got fixed.
     
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