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I joined the Technic Discord Server perhaps a year back, I do not recall, to ask for help with a mod-related issue. After I brought together my server, Goldforge Online, It was the only way I advertised, it kept the server rather small, yet still allowed for new members to join. Ever since I joined the server, I was always pushing my luck with the staff, messing with them, it was only a matter of time before I got myself banned. I used to help people a bit in the help channels, but I haven't done that in a long time. I have no clue how I managed to hold on as long as I did. I have been on the ledge of getting banned from the server ever since I left. It's funny that after everything, the thing that got me banned was saying "succ" after some other guy got in trouble for it. The staff on this server are insanely good at what they do, I'll give them credit. I suppose this level of control is perhaps necessary for such a large server, unlike the small ones I am used to. My primary reason to be on the server is to advertise my server, or rather it was. I am past the point of redemption, as not only was I banned for profanity, I had to be a rebellious script kiddie and come back with two alts. My actions were profoundly immature. I broke multiple server rules and somehow managed to continuously dig myself into an ever deeper hole. Attempting to ask for an appeal here would be ludicrous after all I have done. If I had another chance, I would have learned my lesson now, help anyone who needs it, keep my mouth shut, and treat it like a professional environment. Save the memes, irony, and jokes for servers where that is acceptable. However, we don't get second chances. Every place on the Internet, and in the world as a whole has different social norms, and if you let those carry over between them, then that can have disastrous consequences. I apologize for my rather improper actions and behavior for what my apology is worth... I deeply regret that I acted as I did. No amount of writing is capable of making any difference here, perhaps nothing is. I do suppose that I thoroughly deserve my ban, and of course, I am only one out of the incredible, absurd number of people in this Discord server with nothing to set me apart from others who have had the same story. In my time on the server, I witnessed three other people deliberately break a rule, come back with an alt, throw a tantrum, and come begging and pleading here for another chance, now make that four. We all would have done things differently after things have transpired, but one cannot go back in time, perhaps hypothetically, but that is not of relevance in this situation. I don't think anything makes me stand apart from the many other banned people who have come here to beseech their appeal... I would make deals, however I find it quite likely that staff refrain from making deals with rule-breakers. So, what then is the purpose of this post? I suppose it is a message to all who wish to challenge the Technic Discord Staff team in any way. Don't do what I did, don't be me. It wouldn't make a good point to future potential rule-breakers if I was to be impossibly somehow pardoned, so despite the likely fact that you would never consider unbanning me, I am going to recommend that I remain banned. My recommendation isn't worth much, however, is it? I suppose I shouldn't end it on that ironic note, begging for mercy, perhaps I should end it here instead. This place meant a lot to me. Perhaps I should have considered all of this before the event. My impulsive smart-ass retorts to the staff have been a constant for a rather long time, and it is about time they be put to rest. Well, I do hope you may have at least enjoyed my short essay here, or found humor of some sort in it perchance, but the true purpose of this is to say: farewell. - In Respect and Regret, Scalapher_Falanar