Joined: over 3 years ago
Alt account usage
A player with one or more alternate accounts is not allowed to use their alts to
1. Evade bans
2. Afk at farms (both mob and item farms) or keep redstone intensive machines loaded
3. to claim more than 1 shop plot (or 2 mythic plots if ancient rank) across all owned accounts
Player builds and items
Prank wars can easily escalate and lead to players being banned or disciplined, we strongly discourage the practice of pranking for this reason.
100 blocks rule
Players need permission to settle within 100 blocks of another player.
Village amendment rule
We only enforce wildercraft rules, you cannot retract a players permission to live near you once they've been allowed there.
A guide on how to handle villages can be found here: https://wildercraft.net/forum/topic/1191-villagesettlement-guide/
Player builds abide by /chat rules
Any build that is deemed to be offensive, hateful or obscene etc. will be removed and the creator punished accordingly
Player account, skin and naming rules
Usage of stolen accounts or services that provide stolen minecraft accounts are strictly prohibited
Modifying an account to closely resemble the likeness of a staff member or wrongfully claiming to be part of staff is strictly prohibited.
Skins and names
Skins and names of accounts need to be PG and follow chat and communication rules
Rank command rules
Ancient player shop warps outside of spawn
Ancient shop warps must lead to a shop with a minimum of 4 regularly stocked shop chests selling distinguishably different items at a reasonable price. (what counts as reasonable is up to staff judgement)
AFK-kick timer circumvention
Building a contraption or using software/weight on your mouse/keyboard to avoid being kicked for inactivity is strictly prohibited
Once an area is open to all (ie. nether highway, farms, etc.), it is then considered a public site. It is the responsibility of the community to maintain the site and report damages. Any intentional destruction - even by the original builder - can be considered griefing (case by case evaluation).