@Sheepdude Obviously without being there my opinion is of course just that. Personally if I witnessed a player spamming the name of someone who had an offensive name I would take it up with the player who’s name is offensive firstly. Though it’s interesting to see the intent behind using a player’s offensive name in chat and how frequently you’re using it. It’s good to stand firm though I do believe after a year of having your chat revoked it may be time to have it lifted. If I can’t do anything - I’ll at least see if I can first.
It’s important to keep the toxic banter to a minimum. It’s the intent behind what one says that can “trigger” me personally.
It’s interesting to see how players like to push boundaries in chat versus simply having a good time with one another. Sheepdude - just because you can get away with “the absolute worst chat’s in humanity” when no mods are online doesn’t mean it’s the norm. You’re adding to the toxicity in doing so and making the environment less welcoming and thus turning players away. When a mod calls you on your habits and lays down the law you shouldn’t get upset. Read the welcome screen on the official servers to see what the rules are. If you feel those rules are preposterous then form your own server and community.
I’m not trying to trigger anyone else with this reply, i’m simply giving my side.
@rotsy - I believe we were friends at one point in steam but I can’t seem to find you now - or you simply changed your name. Either way, reach out if you need anything.
Everyone else - Keep it gracious. Keep players into the game. If you ‘LuLz’ because your goal is to make players rage quit. you may want to reflect on your intentions and if you’re a welcome addition to Chivalry. (at least the official servers)