Trust me. When it comes to becoming the best on the server, a future helpop prospect, or etc, there is nothing more reliable than to respect other players on the server. Now a days, the number one thing I see lacking on the server is respect. First, I would like to address the disrespect, then add points on the ways we can fix this. Types of Disrespect I See: 1. Being Rude to Staff- Many of you guys have absolutely no idea what responsibilities it takes to become a staff. Guys, being staff takes dedication and time out of your day to get on Minecraft, sit at spawn for the most part, and take over whatever your role as a staff is. For helpops, their job is to administrate the chat and are only limited to certain commands such as, /gmute and /kick. Therefore, please don't yell at them when they aren't "banning" players. This is a mods job and the most a helpop can do is report it to higher staff. Otherwise, I also see players straight up saying staff suck. Honestly, just please have respect for the staff who run the server to help it become the server that it is. And please, don't argue with staff. If they have absolutely wronged you, report it to a higher staff who cant help sort the problem out. Sitting there and arguing won't do anything. 2. Scamming/Killing Players in Unfair Ways: Guys, this is sportsmanship 101. Killing players in unfair ways such as joining a gang, and quiting to kill a player in the gang for their gear is absolutely unacceptable. Although it is allowed by server rules, this the one of the most common ways I see a player losing respect. I know not all of you guys are here to make friends, but guys. There is a clear line between playing fair and unfair and no one likes unfair players. Be honest when you play, there is no need to raid, no need to scam. And honestly, many of the scams/unfair kills I see are over small items like jetpacks, or katanas, and etc. Trust me, these items aren't that hard to acquire with some playtime. Tell me whats more worth it, your reputation, or a jetpack you can buy for about 85k. DX Lean Diet Forskolin 3. Calling Someone Out for Hacks/That They Suck: Again, most times I see these kinds of stuff are when players die and get salty at the person who killed them. Firstly, I would just like to address that if you bitched after dying to them, its a part of the game, grow up (only if its a fair fight though, you have all rights to be mad if they have killed you in any unfair way: catching you afk or off guard during pvp is not unfair, why are you off guard in the warzone anyways). Also you have no right to call someone "sucky" after they killed you, you're literally the one that died to the "sucky" player so you must suck even more. Also, please stop accusing players for hacks that have done nothing. If you really believe they are hacking, please /report so that a staff member can check them out. No need to try to roast them in the chat. How We, as a Server, Can Fix This: (This section will be fairly short as the most obviously way to fix it is to stop doing all of the above.) - If staff tells you something, just say yes. No need to argue. It is a waste of your time and theirs. - Don't be a dick. There's absolutely no reason to pvp or gain advantages unfairly. Be a man and learn how to play fair. - If someone asks for their items back after dying, consider giving it back. This open doors for future relationships and alliances. - Don't scam anyone, as much as this lowers your chance of becoming a staff because you are being dishonest, this is straight up a dick move. And whatever item you're trying to scam can be bought fairly with enough playtime (unless its a unique rare, but even so, is is common sense to not scam) - Help new players out. This is a great way to show respect towards newer players. Who knows! They might become managers and admins one day and return the favor to you. - Try to hold your words in if you get mad after dying. Raging really doesn't get you anywhere besides players telling you to "chill" or "stfu".