Now why would she randomly do these things with no context or motivation for them?
I'll tell you why, dear reader, and why you should not be surprised, that these were malicious acts with intent, rather than random occurences.
In my situation with the removal of the platform, Emily got killed by one of my friends when she teleported to him in survival gamemode. My comment was made in humor, as I say that to all my students, but apparently she didn't like it. (Screenshot #5)
After getting killed, she messaged something hateful to me in chat, which I will not disclose here. That was when I visited to my home only to find out it was a deathtrap for me to plummet to.
With the second situation and the suffocation, she went afk near my garden and so we dug a hole underneath her in the dirt as a joke (We didn't suffocate her, just made her drop into a hole). Again, this was done out of humor, but again, she seemed to dislike it and decided to become a Sith Lord and utilize FORCE CHOKE.
So, your idea about OP abuse is remove a platform what I did with creative mode days ago for see the landscape? I didnt told you to sethome there, you did because you wanted ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ About what happened with Enderuser_, this doesnt have relation with me, in the screenshot he clearly say "I died cause of lag" dont try to blame me, you are just trying to add fuel to the fire. Of course annoy me when you guys do that kind of "joke" to me but im not a hateful person like you who just try to revenge. One more thing, this "hateful" message what you received was not other thing that "You're probably the worse person what i met here" what I think doesnt have hate, its just a truth.
Posted Oct 29, 18
· Last edited Oct 29, 18by Emilyqt
I'd suggest that Donor OPs should get punishment access removed until they prove that they're responsible and that they have read everything considering punishment and such, because obviously they purchased OP because they doesn't want to go through the hassle of the application and the chance of getting accepted or not...
I second what Houssem said and also isnt it against the rules to break something another person made such as the water even if its unclaimed? I've been told by another OP that it is considered griefing as well removing something another person made even if its unclaimed.
Let's say you wanted to help firepig to look at their build from up and see how it looks, ok, well, why not?
And then Firepig adds some water to fall there safely, cool.
And then you removed the platform because Firepig finished watching, cool, who doesn't?
But then you removed the water that firepig MADE and let them fall into the ground and die, that's called Griefing..