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Factions Permission Guide   1. Access Factions Permissions GUI. In order to access the permissions GUI, it requires you to be in a faction as a Leader.   2. What Faction Ranks you can manage. As a Leader you're able to manage the different ranks within your faction and what other factions can do within your claimed land. The roles you're able to manage are: 1. Recruit2. Member3. Moderator4. Coleader5. Truce6. Ally7. Enemy8. Neutral   3. What permissions you can manage. Left Click to AllowRight Click to DenyMiddle Click to Undefine   4. All permissions for Factions and their descriptions. Build - This permission determines which group can place and destroy blocks within your faction land. Destroy - This permission determines which group can mine blocks within your faction land. Frostwalk - This permission has no real use. Painbuild - This permission has no real use. Door - This permission determines which group can open and close doors within your faction land. Button - This permission determines which group can press buttons within your faction land. Lever - This permission determines which group can activate and deactivate levers within your faction land. Container - This permission determines which group can open chests within your faction land. Kick - This permission determines which group can kick other faction members. Items - This permission has no real use. Faction Set home - This permission determines which group can set the faction home. Withdraw - This permission determines which group can withdraw money from the faction bank Territory - This permission determines which group can claim and unclaim your faction land. Access - This permission has no real use. Promote - This permission determines which group can promote and demote other faction members. This command will not work if youare attempting to promote/demote someone to the same or higher rank. Factions Set warp - This permission determines which group can set faction warps. Warp - This permission determines which group in your faction can access faction warps. Ban - This permission determines which group can ban other users from the faction. Disband - This permission determines which group can disband the faction Fly - This permission determines which group can use fly in your faction land.   5. Executable Faction Commands Relations: Ally - /f ally Truce - /f truce Enemy - /f enemy Neutral - /f neutral   Moderation: Invite - /f invite/inv Kick - /f kick Set Home - /f sethome Territory claim - /f claim Territory unclaim - /f unclaim Promote - /f promote Demote - /f demote Set warp - /f setwarp Warp - /f warp Ban - /f ban Disband - /f disband Fly - /f fly Vault - /f vault    
3 months ago

Ban / Mute Appeal Format   If you have been temporarily banned, permanently banned, or muted you can appeal it here. To appeal any of the things stated above you will be required to use the following format.       What is your IGN:    What were you banned or muted for? (Ban or Mute Message):   What was the date and time of your ban:   Why do you feel that you should be unbanned or unmuted:   Do you admit to the ban or mute reason provided:   Could you provide a screenshot of your ban screen (If Applicable):       Please note it does take time for a response on an appeal. Appeals that do not follow this format will be automatically denied. Please copy and paste the above format and post a thread in "Appeals". If your Ban Appeal has been denied, you are allowed to re-apply after 4 weeks. We wish you the best of luck on your appeal!
3 months ago

Are mods allowed? A general rule of thumb to use when installing mods is that we allow most mods that do not give an unfair advantage to the user and are not used to violate any of Clustercraft's rules. The following are some examples of allowed mods. In general, similar mods are allowed, but it is recommended you ask a member of the staff before using any mod which does not appear on this list.     Chat Mods: Mods like Labymod, 5zig, Twitch Integration, Macros, and Tabbychat, which allow the player to make better use of chat. Mods of these kinds are allowed, but will result in punishment if their features are used to violate any of our rules. It should be noted that certain parts of these mods are not allowed. For example, the toggle-sneak features found in mods like Labymod are illegal. Watch out with the automatic reply feature in some of these mods, this feature automatically sends a reply in the chat when your name gets mentioned, abusing this feature may result in a mute.     Utility Mods: Mods like mini-maps, ArmorStatusHUD, ToggleSprint, DamageIndicators, and Optifine, Replay Mod which give the player small conveniences which don't majorly impact gameplay. Mods of these kinds are generally allowed with a few exceptions. Map mods that show player locations or have an x-ray feature are not allowed. Mods which automate things like equipping armour, clicking, or looting chests are not allowed. Mods that allow you to toggle your sneak are not allowed either.     Vanity Mods: Mods like Mo’ Bends, MorePlayerModels, Shaders, cape mods, and custom resource packs. Mods of these kinds are generally allowed with a few exceptions. X-Ray resource packs are not allowed. Skin blinkers and derp mods are not allowed.     Clients: Client such as the Badlion client and Pixel client are allowed, but you use them at your own risk. If the client modifies anything related to hitboxes or reach, our anti-cheat Sentinel may detect it and punish you for it. You have been warned. Using a mod to violate any of our server’s rules will still result in the application of the respective punishment and potentially the outlawing of that mod. If your mod has caused you to be detected and/or banned by our Anti-cheat, Sentinel, it is not allowed. Be responsible when using mods.     If you are unsure of a mod is allowed, ask a member of the staff before using it. Ignorance of the rules is not a valid excuse for violating them.
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  1 - Server Gameplay Rules   1.1 - Inappropriate usernames/skins Any username or skin deemed inappropriate by the staff team will be banned from the server until the offending username and/or skin has been changed to a more appropriate one.   1.2 - Use of illegal clients or mods (Cheating) Any client/mod that provides a distinct, gameplay-changing advantage is illegal.The use of illegal clients or mods is strictly prohibited.Mods like kill aura, anti-knockback, x-rays, auto-clickers, click macros, freecams, maps with player locations, and flight are all examples of illegal mods, including RegEdit (Editing registry).Knowingly teaming with/having someone using illegal mods for you may result into being punished(banned). For a list of approved clients and mods, please read here: http://play.clustercraft.net/forum/topic/4-official-list-of-allowed-mods/ You can appeal your bans/mutes here: http://play.clustercraft.net/forum/view/19-appeals/ Punishment track: 7 days ban   ->   30 day ban   ->   Permanent ban   1.3 - Drag clicking Drag clicking is defined as dragging your finger along the mouse button of a mechanical mouse or mapping your click button to your mouse wheel. Drag clicking is prohibited and may result in a punishment. Also using multiple mice, may result in a punishment.   1.4 - Teaming/Crossteaming Teaming is defined as intentionally working together with an enemy player in a solo mode game. Crossteaming is defined as intentionally working together with an enemy player in a team mode game. Both teaming and crossteaming are strictly prohibited in games with both solo and team modes available, as well as solo featured games. Punishment track: 1 day ban   ->   7 day ban   ->   Permanent ban   1.5 - Trolling Trolling is defined as intentionally taking an action with the sole purpose of annoying, upsetting, or bullying another player. Trolling is strictly prohibited. Trolling can take many forms, like killing/injuring teammates, breaking crafting tables to steal from teammates, breaking bases/structures for no reason in games like Factions or spamming a player with duel requests. Punishment track: Warning   ->   1 day ban   ->   7 day ban   ->   30 day ban   ->   Permanent ban   1.6 - Camping Camping is defined as intentionally avoiding playing the game as intended by making it impossible or near impossible to access you. Camping is strictly prohibited. Camping can take the form of skybasing, building a floating base far from the normal play area, surrounding yourself with hazards like lava, or otherwise making yourself inaccessible for no other reason than to create a stalemate. Punishment track: Warning   ->   1 day ban   ->   7 day ban   ->   30 day ban   ->   Permanent ban   1.7 - Bug abuse Bug abuse is defined as intentionally using a bug or glitch in any way, shape, or form. Bug abuse is strictly prohibited. Bugs can be reported here: http://play.clustercraft.net/bugs Knowingly working with/having someone abuse a bug for you may also result in a punishment. Punishment track: 7 days ban   ->   30 day ban   ->   Permanent ban   1.8 - Punishment evasion Punishment evasion is defined as using another account in order to evade a ban or mute on another account. Evading a punishment will result in the same punishment being applied to the other account, except in cases of inappropriate skins/usernames. This may result in your punishment being extended.     2 - Server Chat RulesServer chat rules apply to ALL server chat, including faction/party chat and private messages.   2.1 - Swearing Swearing is defined as the use of offensive language such as profanities, expletives, hate speech, or other language intended to belittle, offend, or upset other users. Swearing is strictly prohibited. Hate speech of any kind does not require a warning. Punishment track: Warning   ->   3 day mute   ->   7 day mute   ->   30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.2 - Threats Threats are defined as any sort of language used with the intent of threatening another player with real life actions such as assault, DDoS, or doxxing. Threats are STRICTLY prohibited. Serious threats can result into a permanent ban from all Clustercraft servers and services, as well as North Networking.  Punishment track: 30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.3 - Chat trolling Chat trolling is defined as any sort of language meant to confuse, trick, or troll other players. This includes tricks like telling players to press Alt+F4, using color codes to make fake private messages, and other methods of trolling others. Chat trolling is strictly prohibited. Punishment track: Warning   -> 1 day mute   ->   3 day mute   ->   7 day mute   ->   30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.4 - Spamming Spamming is defined as posting unwanted or unnecessary messages, often repeatedly in a short amount of time. Spamming includes posting random strings of symbols, using the same message over and over, asking for free ranks, and other things. Spamming is strictly prohibited. Punishment track: Warning   -> 1 day mute   ->   7 day mute   ->   30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.5 - Impersonation Impersonation is defined as any attempt to trick other players into believing you are a member of staff, a YouTuber or some form of internet celebrity. Impersonation is strictly prohibited. Punishment track: Warning   -> 1 day mute   ->   7 day mute   ->   30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.6 - Scamming Scamming is defined as any attempt to trick a player into revealing any personal information such as their password, home address, financial information, or more. Scamming is strictly prohibited. Scamming will result in an immediate permanent mute. Punishment track: Permanent mute   2.7 - Advertising Advertisement is defined as the promotion of other servers, social media accounts, YouTube/Twitch channels, or any other good or service. Light advertisement of Youtube or Streaming is allowed, though will result in punishment if it is spammed or abused. Users with the YouTuber rank may advertise their channels and other social media accounts. Punishment track: Warning (For YouTube, Twitch, or Social Media advertisment only)   ->   1 day mute   ->   7 day mute   ->   30 day mute   ->   Permanent mute   2.8 - Doxing Doxing is defined as leaking any private information without consent, typically for a malicious purpose. This practice can result in a permanent ban from all Clustercraft servers and services, as well as North Networking.     3 - Forum RulesAll server chat rules are also enforced on the forums.   3.1 - No inappropriate/offensive content of any kind. (This includes swearing)   3.2 - No bullying of any kind.   3.3 - No posting videos recorded on or promoting other servers.   3.4 - No reviving inactive threads without reason. Does not apply to news posts, games, or introduction threads.   3.5 - Do not argue with/harass staff. They work hard to keep the servers running smoothly.   3.6 - No asking for confidential staff-only information like release dates, IP histories of users, etc.   3.7 - No petition threads.   3.8 - No like farming/message farming.   3.9 - No pointless threads/posts. This includes posts unrelated  to the topic, excessive bumping, derailing threads, etc.   3.10 - No more than 2 bump posts in a topic. A "bump post" is one that has no content and only serves to bring the topic up to the top of a category.   3.11 - Please don't repeat previously mentioned and discussed topics, unless you have something significant to add to the conversation and the previous topic is locked.   3.12 - The creation of multiple accounts is prohibited. This is to stop users from being banned on one and attempting to bypass these sanctions. This is also to avoid trolling and spam accounts. Bans are at the discretion of our staff members and management.   3.13 - Trolling on the forums is not allowed. Taking an action with the sole purpose of annoying, upsetting, or bullying another forums user is strictly prohibited. This could be by what you post, your username, signature, etc.     4 - Discord RulesAll server chat rules are also enforced on Discord.       4.1 - No inappropriate "Playing" messages.   4.2 - No inappropriate usernames.   4.3 - Do not post in the Support chat unless you have a legitimate issue.   4.4 - Avoid controversial discussion (politics, religion, etc).   4.5 - No voice spoofers/changers in voice channels.   4.6 - No obnoxious behavior in voice channels (screaming, blasting music, etc).
3 months ago