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Skyblock Specific Rules
  1. 1. Scamming is not Allowed

    Scamming is not allowed anywhere on Crackpixel. With that said players are responsible for making informed decisions when trading, purchasing, auctioning, or any type of item interaction with another player.

    What is scamming?

    Scamming is when a player is being dishonest in a transaction with another player, causing the other player to lose out.

    What are some common scams?

    Common Scams

    • Asking for items because they are new.
    • Giving away items because they are leaving.
    • Chat descriptions are not what the actual item for trade or sale is.
    • Trading for materials to make an item but they hold a valuable item of yours while you make it.
    • Bidding on cheap auction items to exchange money for an expensive item.
  2. 2. Abusive trading is not allowed

    Trading across profiles is allowed as long as it is not abusive and does not boost the profile with specific materials, items, or gems.

    What is abusive Trading?
    We have expectations and limitations for trading SkyBlock items or materials. If a trade is made with the intention of boosting another player, profile, or co-op, it is considered abusive trading.

    Some Examples of Abusive Trading

    • Profile boosting - Using a profile to continuously transfer coins, items, or materials to another island.
    • Trading one game’s items for another game’s - The ecosystems of games are different and are not allowed to be traded across. We actively track and monitor trades of potential boosting or other abuse and issue punishments accordingly.
    • Selling coins, materials, or items for real currency.
  3. 3. Exploiting is not allowed

    Exploiting is not allowed under any circumstances. In case an exploit is discovered, we encourage players to report this via the Bug Reports forum section. Taking advantage of any exploit may result in a punishment being issued to your account.

    What is an Exploit?

    An exploit is where there is a bug, glitch, issue, or otherwise problem with something in SkyBlock and a player uses it for their own benefit. Benefits can include duping items or using bugs to gain more materials, coins, and drops.

Server Rules
  1. 1. Respect All Players
    All players have the right to be spoken to or addressed in a respectful manner. Players are all users that play on the Crackpixel Network.
  2. 2. Cheating and Exploiting

    Players have the right to play in an environment that is fair and free of cheating and exploitation.

    Why do we have this rule?

    • To provide a positive experience for all players, we disallow all hacks, cheats, macros, and other behaviors that are used to gain an unfair advantage.
    • Any bug on the server or within Minecraft that is used to gain an in-game advantage over other players is seen as unfair gameplay and is not allowed. This is to ensure that bugs that do arise are not used in an abusive manner to gain an unfair advantage in games. This includes drag clicking.
    • This means no matter where they are on the server, regardless of the reason, game modifications, cheats, or exploits that give an unfair advantage to gameplay are strictly prohibited.
  3. 3. Sensible Creative and Artistic Content

    We encourage players to be creative in art and designs in a way that doesn’t damage the experience of others. This includes all content such as drawings, item names, skins, and capes, which are created by players.

    What does Sensible Creative and Artistic Content mean?

    Sensible Creative and Artistic Content means that players can express themselves with interactive parts of the server. However, players also have the right to not be exposed to certain content.

    Inappropriate creation/usage of the following content below should be reported to staff:

    • Pet names
    • Item Names & Usages - e.g. using hats, signs, etc.
    • Skins and Capes
    • Usernames - e.g. sexual, impersonating etc.
    • Guilds - e.g. tags, motd, etc.
    • Skyblock - e.g. names, holograms, etc.
  4. 4. Player and Account Safety

    Players have the right to play in an environment that is safe from account phishing, scamming, and account selling.

    What does player and account safety mean?

    Player and Account Security mean that you use strong passwords, use 2FA, and do not share your information with other Users.

    There are various ways that your security could be affected. Some are listed below:

    • Staff Impersonation - pretending to be a member of staff (Helper, Moderator, Game Master, Admin, or other)
    • Youtuber Impersonation - pretending to be someone with the Youtuber rank
    • Sharing security or personal information
    • Unauthorized account access
    • Trading items or accounts
    • Using third party websites
    • Account selling
    • Phishing links
    • Scamming

    ‘Account Security Alert’ will be used when we suspect your account is being used without your consent.

    Tips: How to keep your account safe:

    • Use strong passwords (at least 12 characters long, Premium Accounts only)
    • Use security questions with your Microsoft account, (Premium Accounts only)
    • Use security questions with your Mojang account, (Premium Accounts only)
    • Use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your Microsoft account, (Premium Accounts only)
    • Use two-factor authentication (2FA) with your email address if your email provider supports it, (Premium Accounts only)
    • Avoid any fishy links or URLs
    • And most importantly, DO NOT SHARE your account information with anyone.
    • Creating a strong in-game password.

    How do I know someone is a staff member?

    You can recognize staff members by looking at their tags:

    • Helpers will have the dark blue [HELPER] prefix.
    • Moderators will have the dark green [MOD] prefix.
    • Game Masters will have the dark green [GM] prefix.
    • Junior Administrators with have the salmon [JR.ADMIN] prefix.
    • Administrators will have the salmon [ADMIN] prefix.
Forum Rules
  1. 1) Spamming is disallowed

    Spamming is the action of flooding the forums or users' notifications with unwanted content.

    This includes:

    • Necroposting
    • Bumping the same thread multiple times in a row, without other users participating
    • Posting many threads without any content
    • Posting the same thread or post over and over again
    • Intentionally posting content in the incorrect section
  2. 2) Media advertising restrictions
    Social media advertising is making threads or posts that serve no other purpose except to get members to view your social media accounts. This can include all forms of social media, such as YouTube, Twitter, Discord, etc. There are a few exceptions listed below, but otherwise, media advertising is disallowed.
  3. 3) Public shaming is disallowed

    Public shaming is the act of posting a thread, post, wall post, or modifying your accounts information in order to call out another user for actions that are commonly perceived as negative. This sort of content, as the name suggests, is commonly used to shame other users for the actions they have taken.

    This can include, but not limited to:

    • Posting a report publicly
    • Linking to YouTube videos of negative behavior in your signature
    • Changing your username to call out, disrespect, or impersonate another user
    • Posting a thread that is publicly revealing negative behavior of other users
  4. 4) Other disallowed and restricted thread types

    Giveaways and contests with in-game items, store items, or real-life currency as a prize are not allowed on the forums. This is to protect our users from those who would try and abuse them with illegitimate or unfairly managed payouts.

    We disallow threads dedicated to announcing you are leaving or taking a break from the network. If you would like to let your friends know you are leaving, you should either contact them through direct messages or post about it on your forum profile wall.

    These sort of threads are disallowed because:

    • Leaving threads are commonly used to get attention.
    • Leaving threads are commonly used to stir up drama.
    • There are better ways to alert your friends of your departure.
  5. 5) Avatar, signature, and username guidelines

    We strongly encourage users to customize their avatars so that they reflect who they are. However, we do have a few rules surrounding what sort of avatars are allowed.

    Your avatar must not contain any of the below, as well as must follow all of our other network rules:

    • Impersonation of other people.
    • Discriminatory imagery.
    • Content that references adult topics.
    • Advertising.
    • References to self-harm or other deeply negative personal experiences.

    As with avatars, signatures are an option allowing users to greatly customize their profile so that it reflects their personality.

    Signatures must adhere to all other rules of the network as well as:

    • Any sort of animated image or video must not be overly flashy as they could be potentially harmful to other users.
    • Videos must be contained within a spoiler.
    • Any sort of linked content (such as videos, gifs, images, etc) must also adhere to the rules of the network.
    • Links contained within the signature must not contain any sort of harmful content. This includes but is not limited to viruses, IP grabbers, or any sort of phishing.
    • Any sort of social media advertisement must adhere to the rules surrounding media advertisement.

    Similar to how avatars and signatures are your username must also adhere to all other rules of the network as well.

    • Usernames on the forums follow the same guidelines as those for in game names, which can be found here