Dyescape Rules

Feb 11, 2019
Dyescape Rules
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    OFFICIAL RULES
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    On this page, you will find all of the rules that apply to all services that Dyescape has to offer. Breaking any of the below rules on any of the services that we offer will result in you being punished appropriately. The information below will give you insights into which rules we have, and what kind of penalties you can expect when breaking them. Please note that we expect a level of common sense from everyone using our services, which means that you can and will be punished for anything unacceptable, even if it's not explicitly documented here.

    Also note that the purpose of our communicative services is to provide a great, easy to use and friendly way of communicating with each other. If we feel that you as an individual are a negative impact on this purpose (by constantly being negative towards everything or everyone for example), we may choose to limit or completely disallow your continued access to any of our services.

    Any attempt of avoiding punishment will be treated as a severe breach of guidelines and results in the discontinuation of your access to any of our services.


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    Category 1: Minor offence
    All offences from the minor offence category often result in a verbal warning that will be registered in our systems. Repetition of minor offences will result in a rise of offence category for the user in disregard to the office.
    Punishment: Verbal warning
    Examples: Rule 1.1 / 1.2 / 1.5


    Category 2: Small offence

    All offences from the small offence category will result in a short restriction of any chat activities via the use of a mute. Repetition of small offences will result in a rise of offence category for the user in disregard to the offence.
    Punishment: Chat restriction (mute) of 5 - 180 minutes
    Examples: Rule 1.3 / 2.3

    Category 3: Medium offence

    All offences from the medium offence category will result in a lengthy (3 - 72 hours) restriction of any chat activities via the use of a mute. Repetition of a medium offence will result in a rise of offence category for the user in disregard to the offence.
    Punishment: Chat restriction (mute) of 3 - 72 hours
    Examples: Rule 2.5 / 2.1 / 2.2

    Category 4: High offence

    All offences from the high offence category will result in a lengthy (3 - 30 day) restriction of any chat activities via the use of a mute or a permanent restriction of the use of Dyescape Services for an indefinite length. Repetition of a high offence will result in a rise of offence category for the user in disregard to the offence.
    Punishment: Chat restriction (mute) or full access restriction (ban) of 3 - 30 days
    Examples: Rule 1.4

    Category 5: Extreme offence

    All offences from the extreme offence category will result in a lengthy (3 - 30 day) restriction of any chat activities via the use of a mute or a permanent restriction of the use of Dyescape Services for an indefinite length. Repetition of extreme offence will result in a rise of offence category for the user in disregard to the offence.
    Punishment: Permanent, indisputable termination of the access to all Dyescape services for an indefinite length.
    Examples: Rule 4.1

    1. Chat rules[​IMG]

    No spamming. This includes:
    1. 1. Excessive usage of caps lock. Exceptions:
      1. A short moment of excitement, for example: "OH MY GOD I FOUND A LVL 70 MYTHICAL ITEM, YAY!"
      2. Improper grammar usage, such as: "Wow This Server Is Awesome."
      3. Mocking someone, in the form of a joke: "wOw tHiS sErVeR iS aWeSoMe"
    2. 2. The use of short messages on a very short interval.
    3. 3. The use of any language except for English.
    4. 4. The posting of any NSFW (not-safe-for-work) material*.
      * Not-safe-for-work material is any form of material, such as images, videos or audio clips that include anything that's not suited to be witnessed in certain situations. For example: In workplaces, schools, public transport, and so on.
    5. 5. The improper use of purpose-driven channels.
    2. Behaviour rules
    Do not express any form of improper behaviour. This includes:

    1. 1. Harassment
      This excludes swearing unless it is a form of harassment.
    2. 2. NSFW conduct.
    3. 3. Improper use of Emojis / Emoticons.
    4. 4. Expressing any form of racism.
    5. 4. Expressing any form of sexism.
    3. Profile rules
    1. 1. When posting messages on someone's profile, all chat and behaviour rules apply.
      1. 1. Improper use of profile names.
      2. 2. Invisible or extravagant profile names are forbidden.
    2. 2. Any names that break the behaviour rules are forbidden.
      1. 1. Improper use of profile pictures.
      2. 2. This includes all behaviour rules.
    4. Misc. rules
    1. 1. Advertising any services, other than the ones from Dyescape, is prohibited.
    2. 2. Please use common sense.
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    Account responsibility

    Everyone is responsible for their own account. If you lend your account to a friend or family and it ends up getting banned for breaking rules, then we hold you responsible. Excuses about friends or family using your account will not be taken seriously. Keep your account to yourself.

    Punishment evading

    Any attempt of avoiding punishment will be treated as a severe breach of our rules and guidelines and results in the discontinuation of your access to our platforms, such as our forums, our Minecraft servers and our Discord server.
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