I have a small announcement is hacked my minecraft account. Personally, I find this course very unfortunate. If someone asks for my name can you answer them that I am hacked. The dude I hacked name AlexDeGeneres so if you see someone with that name
Thank you again to all those who supported TheNode FTB servers and especially to those that helped make things a little easier on all of us staff. The players are what makes the server great. We will miss it and you.
Your dislike for the owners is noted. But do please remember those of us who joined the staff teams to see that you had the best experience possible on the FTB servers. We did it because we care about the servers as well as everyone who played.
INdeed, it has been quite fun and I will miss all this. I am glad to have had the opportunity to serve as admin here for you all. For the record Donkey, DW20 is actually only one update behind. So it isn't the entire FTB.
yeah no wonder you don't get any players on ftb, used to be a big fan but ftb has been neglected. Not updated for months and months, would probably still be as popular if you cared about it whatsoever.
If anyone on the AG2 server is having problems with the portals to nether and end, please leave a /modreq on the AG2 server and I will do my best to take care of it. Be aware that you also have to use the /warp commands to teleport to the nether/end.
Here is your quick tutorial now that you are a helper!
You gain access to the following commands as a helper:
Modreq helps to bring order to the server.
The commands are:
'/check' Check available tickets.
'/check [ID]' Shows details of a ticket.
'/tp-id [ID]' Teleports to the ticket.
'/done [ID] [reason]' Closes the ticket.
Helpers can really only answer the modreqs with questions, etc.
Kicking is the only thing you can do to prevent annoyance
You should only kick when they are either not listening or complying
Muting stops someone from speaking in chat.
The best time to mute someone is when they repeatedly do not listen to you, and if you have kicked them quite a few times for breaking chat rules. As a side note we are pretty lenient with the chat. Players are allowed to swear and use caps as long as it isn't too much; a few words here and there or a few caps is not a big deal.
If you cannot do anything to stop a particular player, or complete a modreq, please leave it to higher authority
You now have access to Prism. This plugin is used to check who has griefed or stolen from a player. This plugin is very self explanatory, and you only have access to this portion of it:
'/pr i' Inspects a blocks for an action.
'/pr l p:[player] r:[radius] t:[time][s/m/h/d] a:[action]' Searches the area for specific actions.
Don't worry, it looks confusing, but its very simple when you start to use it.
Congratulations, you did such as a good job as Helper that we decided to promote you to Mod!
With mod you gain a few more privileges on the server.
The main thing is that you can now ban people. Please note banning is a very serious thing and you will lose your perms if its abused, and you don't want that! You also get access to tempban.
'/ban [user] [reason]' Bans a user.
'/tempban [user] [time] [reason]' Temporarily bans a user.
We now have a warning system in place so you can warn someone, for example, for obsessive caps or profanity. The command for this is:
'/warn [user] [reason]' Applies a "warning" to someone.
Please do not go warn-crazy. A certain number of warnings may autoban the user.
We are fine if people use some caps and some swearing. "IF A SENTENCE LOOKS LIKE THIS", warn them verbally (not the /warn). If they continue to "TYPE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME" then you should issue the /warn command. You can also mute them. Someone who randomly goes "YAY" or "I LOVE THIS SERVER" is fine and there is no need to reprimand them as caps is just a way to show emotions.