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  1. InspectorBloorTV

    (This is all old news now but still fun to talk about XD Puddin helped with the upkeep and nothing but time was lost in the end) Almost correct save for a couple key points -The base being raided was out in the water on door frames, with the foundation SS exposed. So we were doing a navy seal operation XD -We had planned the raid and had it well underway (about 45-60 minutes of picking foundations) before he started streaming at all that night. -The guy who scouted the base/planned the raid/did most of the picking before the other 2 got involved knew it was the streamers base, but I did not. The 3rd guy involved knew it was a streamers base but was unfamiliar with the streamer entirely -He started streaming after we had begun . I had his stream open because I watch him occasionally, and he sometimes plays our server so its extra fun to watch him shit on people I recognize. -Once I saw him take a boat back to the base we were raiding, I realized it was his base, and started recording because this was going to be fucking great (this was prior to me letting twitch save my streams in their entirety so you do have to take my word on this) -I didnt close the stream, not because I wanted info on his whereabouts (we could just look up after all, the natural stream delay means this is a faster way to see if we are about to be discovered), but because I wanted to watch live as his base fell apart around him and sunk into the sea and see how he reacts. The raid was about the loot, not the streamer (we had seen them doing pirate shit/the oil rig very frequently, so it was a good bet for an Eco raid.) But yes, my big issue here is that an ADMIN who as watching the streamers stream, is a big fan of the streamer, and regularly checks in to see if he needs the admins help was the one who banned me. This same admin also handled my appeal and typed that (paraphrasing) "I wont even read this, /denied". He clearly stated in his response to the appeal that he wouldnt even read it. EVEN THOUGH the streamer did NOT request the ban, and wasn't even following the basic steps to prevent stream sniping that the admins claim they require The rules for stream sniping bans need clarification/more definition as Puddin pointed out above. We are taking such a big interest in this because a few wipes back, a streamer was allowed to skip the queue by an admin who was a fan of his. The streamer was in the middle of raiding Puddin, and because of the admins assistance, was able to successfully raid him even though a normal player would have had to wait in the 30min+ queue. The admins have a clear bias for BIG streamers, and bend the rules for them on occasion in unfair ways.
  2. InspectorBloorTV

    Im not trying to be a dick to anyone. But the ban is for 5 days, during which my stuff will fully decay, which is unfortunate since I (and my teammate who also got banned) weren't stream sniping. No clue here, dont recognize any of those names Yes, it does. I have at least 4 people that do it to me and im just a pissant streamer with 200+ followers I did appeal but it was denied by the person who issued the ban, who said in his response to it that he would not even read the appeal. I could re-appeal, but to what end if thats who is going to be dealing with it? I get what it looks like, but it doesnt change the facts. -Both people who were banned (Odinexe and I) weren't stream sniping. Odin hadnt even heard of him until after all of this was underway -The raid on his base was legitimate. It was within eyesight of our main bases, we had been engaged with whatever groups have owned that base over the last several days prior to the raid in general rust pvp several times. It was a good raid target as we knew from firsthand experience they were big on running Rig/Cargo, and likely kept stuff in there. -The raid was an absolute brute force eco raid with melee tools since it was just another raid target with a big weakness to us. If we were stream sniping we could have pinpointed loot rooms/tc/etc. Or done anything that could have helped us really. -In game chat made us aware that he was active on the server. -As a fan/follower of Lifestomper I was well within my rights to have his stream up to see what he's up to and watch. I was in the middle of a long softside foundation raid so I wasnt trying to get his location or any information related to his base, just watching to pass the time as we speared away -By the time I did make the connection that it was his base we were raiding (after roaming his group took a bunch of boats back to the only base built in the water on the whole map, it was a little obvious) we were 95% done with picking all foundations to within a couple hp of collapse -If you care to see I can find the footage where I first realize the base was his, AFTER the raid was planned and underway -At this point I kept the stream open because I wanted to watch his reaction live, his base was about to just disappear around him in front of a large audience. A funny raid was just made hilarious. -Any information that could have been gained from his stream was moot since with natural stream delay it was faster to just look up to see if someone was coming down at us -You can watch his clips and see that he swam down once to check the footprint of his base since they were apparently not done expanding it, we didnt notice him and he didnt notice us -When he came down again to build and expand I saw him and speared him. -They regrouped and came down to counter us -We were overwhelmed, all the loot bags had been patched to float, and we ended up with a net loss on what was going to originally be a quiet and cheap raid Thanks for your time
  3. InspectorBloorTV

    inb4 the lock. Everyone take note of puddins point about the admins favoring streamers and jumping them up in que so they get an advantage. That was a fucked event. Stream Sniping is actively using someones stream to gain an advantage, find their location or generally fuck with them. If thats stream sniping, then I get stream holocausted every week because people actually lay in wait along my path as a naked, jump me with a DB, then laugh about it in my chat with in game chat confirmation that it was them. And continue to do so. My problem is that I dont have a server admin frequently in my stream ready to banahmmer anyone who fucks with the streamer he is currently orbiting. Funny how that same admin gets to handle the appeals of the people he bans innit? 404 if you read this. I get your point in my ban appeal but it is moot. The raid was planned and underway prior to me discovering that it was actually his base. That information doesnt help me, and couldnt have helped me given the situation. The natural stream delay of 20ish seconds would negate that possibility given that we were so close to him and his crew. If we were really stream sniping we would have known exactly where the loot was, and known exactly where to pick out. Our plan was to just sink the whole thing because to us its just another raid target. We had been interacting with them in game for a number of days/lived so close we knew it was likely to be a good target for an eco raid given we had seen them doing pirate shit all the time. Ask anyone who knows me, I love sea pvp. That fucking base had been taking pot shots at/chasing me for days Tyrone I dont envy anyone who admins a big server on a game like this. I'd just tell everyone to fuck off and laugh too 90% of the time. But fuck me man, I'm not a 14 year old autismlord (just a grown up one). I'm reasonable and sort of articulate. Step back from your "fan of lifestomper" position and realize we weren't stream sniping him, he did not request the ban, he did not take every precaution to prevent stream sniping (in your rules, read it, he wasnt even playing in streamer mode), we gained no real from me giggling about wanting to see his face when his shit crumbled. Im glad its only a 5 day ban over a permanent one. But it would have been nice to talk with an admin who is a third party as this shit is clear as day when you have both sides imo. In the end. Im not salty, that was the most fun Ive had in this game in months. Gonna make a great video since i've got recordings from 3 different perspectives as it happened. My base will be toast by the end of the ban. But idgaf since there are plenty of other servers.

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