I've gotten too many mails asking me what an infraction is, so I'm posting this as a quick break down for those who don't know. If you do, don't bother reading this. The forum system is very simple. Each world is overseen by one mod (In your case, me. If you hadn't guessed that, get off the forums now, no cookie for you), and those mods are overseen by an elder mod. Elder mods are in charge of certain groups of worlds, and oversee their mod's work. Now, each mod is responsible for upholding the rules in our assigned forums. We have 2 essential tools at our disposal. The one you'll probably see from me the most (and this is just a personal choice) is a warning. Warnings let you know officially that you're doing wrong, and to let you stop, but don't put any "points" onto the player. It does on the other hand, extend the time an infraction will last if you're infracted for what you were warned for. Infractions are slightly different. Most infractions are worth 1 "point" and will fall off after a set amount of time. The amount of time varies for whatever you were infracted for. Now, if you manage to rack up four "points" at any one time, this leads to the forum system automatically banning you. The ban will last till your first infraction falls off. Now, if you're thinking "Oh, so if I just continuously keep at 3 points, then I won't be banned", you're wrong. If a mod feels that someone deserves a ban, they can request a ban be put in place for a certain amount of time. If you still have any questions, feel free to ask, but I feel I covered the basics there. If you're worried a post will get you in trouble, feel free to mail me with what worries you, and I'll tell you whether you'd get in trouble or not. But really, if you have to ask, the answer is probably yes.