This is in regards to the whole Gun/Dank/Gohan/Grave bans that happened recently. Grave - posts a picture of a cock in #nsfw, not asked by Gohan to remove it at all, he removes it anyway a while ago, without any kind of verification, Grave gets 1 month ban for first offense because Gohan has an old screenshot saved up. Gohan - posts several photos after being asked not to of Grave, several times, does not remove them after initial ban, clearly doesn't give a shit, gets only 1 month ban on recurring offense (still not removed BTW after I asked staff to remove it, you had a month plus to moderate this content.) Gun - posts shitload of photos without consent, removed them, posts photos of Grave and of another member b1b and finally gets caught. Grave and b1b have to verify that the photos are actually of them to @Tyler and after having provided the evidence that it's actually them Gun only gets 1 month ban for both instances. Dank - posts photo of Grave, gets one fucking week ban courtesy of @Tyler because he had already got a month for something else, and when the other month ban gets overturned Dank is still only banned for a week? What the hell is this inconsistency. I get it that you guys put a clause that you can do whatever the fuck you want for however long but that doesn't actually mean you should. Then I message moderators and @video about it and none of them care to take a look at all this bullshit. How can any of this be justified? And at the same time there's even inconsistencies in the replies staff gave on all the bans. It's like they don't even know their own rules. @Island bans grave for a month, and then says I won't receive a forum ban since it's before no tolerance ruleset. What does that even mean? If it was a typo and he meant I wouldn't be banned on Discord I was. @Tyler bans Dank for the old rule, quotes it, where it specifically says for 2nd offence it's a 1 month ban, doesn't say how long he extends it or reasoning for not following guidelines. If it was later switched to 1st offense if other got overruled then whatever but Tyler knew this was second offence within like a week and instead of increasing the ban time he decreased it, so the complete opposite of the guideline. @Island bans Gohan, ignoring it was his second offense regarding the same thing after he was told multiple times to remove photos he didn't remove to this day. @Tyler bans gun on a second report as well quoting the same rule he elected to follow one week for whatever reason above on Dank, but in this case he just makes up his own shit and stacks two 1 month bans into one month ban? Or instead of one month and one week like Dank he just doesn't do anything. You're basically encouraging people to get the most bang for their buck and release the info of as many people as many times, and as clumped together as possible to get one short ban versus longer for causing more harm as the rule was intended. Someone posts multiple pictures of multiple people, gets 1 month. Someone posts one photo of one person, gets 1 month. Someone leaks someone's photo after allegedly leaking someone else's personal info, gets 1 extra week. Someone posts pictures, never removes them, gets 1 month then 1 month, and still doesn't have to remove them and staff doesn't remove them. Really guys?