Minecraft Rules

General Rule and the Vanilla Server

Treat others with respect.
There’s no need to say or do things to make others feel bad or upset. Trolling, generally defined as provoking a person/situation to get a response, is also not allowed.

Offensive content is not allowed.
While some minor amount of swearing is allowed, severe or frequent vulgarity, especially when directed at others, is not. Offensive item/mob names, skins, Minecraft structures and usernames are not allowed, and you are required to change or remove any if asked by a staff member.

Keep chat family-friendly.
Chat should be family-friendly. This means certain subjects are not allowed in chat. These include, but are not limited to, discussions about sex, politics, religion or drugs. If a staff member asks you to move a conversation elsewhere or drop one, you should do so.

There are exceptions to this rule for VIP chat, ELDER chat, and private chat channels.

Advertising is not allowed.
Advertising any other Minecraft server is strictly banned. You also may not advertise websites, YouTube channels, Twitch streams, or anything else if it is not related to Ragnarok Galaxy.

Allow Staff to do their jobs.
You may not attempt to do a staff member’s job in threatening to punish players for breaking the rules. You are not allowed to argue against any decision made by a staff member regarding enforcement of the rules in any public channel. If you do disagree, please contact that staff member privately to resolve the issue, and if you cannot, contact Councillors via our staff feedback form.

Spamming is not allowed.
Spamming is filling chat with multiple unneeded characters or messages. Don’t do it.

This rule also applies to spamming commands that don’t necessarily show up in chat or shouting or to the extent of making chat hard to read.

Cheating is not tolerated.
Cheating in any form is not allowed. Anything that would give you an unfair advantage over other players is considered cheating. This can include client mods, abusing server bugs, using alt accounts to directly financially benefit your main account.

If you believe something to be cheating then it probably is. You can always ask the staff if you are unsure.

Trading For Real Items
Transactions to buy or sell in-game items or currency for real money or other external products are not allowed. This includes Minecraft accounts!

Griefing is not allowed.
Griefing is considered destroying or changing another player’s property or buildings without their consent in any protected area.

Griefing during a faction war is <permitted? can community staff edit this -Tech>. <Exceptions?>.

Do not scam other players, or try to.
Scamming is taking money, items, work, or anything else of value from another player dishonestly.



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