Punishment Appeal Format

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Nov 22, 2018
*An accepted appeal means that your punishment has been shortened, not lifted. We will only completely remove a punishment if it is deemed false or if you already served the amount of time.
*Your appeal will be answered within 7 days. Do not mention, question or talk to a staff member about the status of your appeal.
*You are only allowed to use the appeal privilege twice (you can only have two accepted appeals). On your third offense, your punishment will remain.
*Appeals are typically processed by the staff member who punished you. If you have any questions, please message that staff member.
*You may not appeal a formal warning.
*If you believe your account information has been leaked/hacked into/compromised, you are required to provide some form of ownership. You are also required to change your password.
*You are required to use the format provided below. If your appeal doesn't follow this format, it will be instantly denied.

Please copy/paste this exact format into a new post. Fill it out to the best of your ability so that we can get a better understanding of the situation.

⚠️Please include the IGN in the title. ⚠️
  • IGN of the account you are appealing for:

  • Staff member who punished you:

  • Were you banned or muted/for what reason?

  • Do you believe that your punishment is justified (simple yes or no)?

  • Why should we revoke your punishment?

  • Other information (optional):

Staff Team Message: You are probably appealing for one of two reasons. One, you are regretful of your choices and wish to redeem yourself. Two, you believe your punishment is false. If you believe your punishment is false, you don't have to provide a long explanation for "Why should we revoke your punishment?". However, if you are appealing for a second or even a third chance, we expect you to show some effort. If your appeal looks careless and insincere, it will most likely be denied. Put some effort into it!
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