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Reports and Appeals
Support articles relating to reporting players, appealing bans or mutes.
Blocked Connections What is a blocked connection? Blocked connections have been developed in order to reduce the amount of rule breaking, more specifically cheaters who evade their bans by switching IP addresses. There are two types, which can be distinguished using the error code. Your error code is shown on your screen when you attempt to log into the server. It starts with either a ‘v’ or a ‘c’ followed by multiple digits.
How do I make an appeal?
How do I make an appeal? If you've been muted or banned and you'd like to be unbanned, you must make an appeal. If you're not sure on how to appeal, you're reading the right article! How to make an appeal Go to our appeals site and click either Java or Bedrock (Depending on what network you've been punished on.). Fill in your username and click appeal. !(https
Sentinel banned me, what now?
You got banned by Sentinel, that's not good! Just to be sure, your screen looks like this:
How do I make a report account? (Java Edition)
How do I report a Java player? You encountered a rule breaker on our network - that isn't good. The good news is that you can report them on our site. But before you can report, you need a reports account. How do I make a reports account? Join our server (More information on joining HERE). Type /registerreports in the chat. Click the link in the chat (If you can't click it, you probably turned
How do I report a player? (Java Edition)
Guide on how to report a player (Java Edition) It's great that you want to help out the server by reporting rulebreakers! Here's a guide on how to create a report on the report site (Java Edition). 1. Go to reports.cubecraft.net, our website for player and bug reports. 2. Before you can report someone, you'll need an account on the report website. If you don't know how to create an account on there, you should first read this: https://help.cubecraft.net/en/arti