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Suggestion Name: 5+ Year old bans pardoned


Suggestion Description: basically players that have ban/s that exceed 5 years old should have a chance to redeem themselves and get them removed or " pardoned " depending on the severity of the ban and their behavior since that 5+ year ban.

it would work like this:


If player (A) has ban/s that are 5 years old and no recent ban within 1 year then they should get the chance to either have previous ban/s pardoned or removed permanently from their record.


if player (B) has ban/s that are over 5 years old but has had a ban within the last year they shouldn't get a chance to have bans removed, and must wait until they have had at least 1 clean year of no bans on their record.


by using a system similar to that ^ it should help find players that have genuinely learnt from mistakes and give them a chance to give back to the community. ( in theory )


Why should it be added: A lot of people have 5+ bans that where 3+ years ago when they were younger. as they have got older they have matured and grown up so should be given the chance to apply for TMP roles to help support TMP and the community.

A lot of these bans where back in 2014-15 when TMP was new and the ban system was as acknowledged as it is today.


Don't forget to voice your opinion! and have your own input on the idea.



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  • Game Producer

Thanks for your suggestions, but I'm rejecting this. People accept the rules, so they are aware that their behaviour might be punished. We give 5 bans (not counting inactive bans) before a permanent ban gets applied, so that are multiple chances which should enable people to realize they're behaving improperly. 



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