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RE: Banned on a Minecraft server
Lots of kids have servers. My 12-yr-old had a Minecraft server when he was 11 -- mind you it was small. He let it go though.
His server his rules. Why would you heckle him so much?
There are lots of kid-friendly servers run by kids and maybe their parents supervising with strict rules about swearing, etc. They want a SAFE place to play.
They should have clarified the rules right from the beginning though.
I have no problem with kids having their own servers for minecraft, this server is owned and run by much older people, but the problem is that they (younger admins) do not know how to handle situations, and often end up messing up big time costing the server a lot of users. For instance this server which I was now banned on will loose more than half their members as I will be leaving to join another server and they will be joining there to. This does not mean that I go around causing problems on servers just because I can. Most servers I have been on are really strict with their rules, this is a good thing, but having and giving enough power to kids to ban or abuse admin rights. This destroys a server really fast, I spoke to other players on the server about this admin and he has been doing this for a while now. So a bit more guidance would have been a good thing to teach this young admin on what to do.