First of all, please don't just lock this thread right away bc i want this to be an actual discussion. Also, read the whole thing before replying Hi folks, first time poster here but I've been playing Survival on Neme for about a month, and my playtime is around 120 hours. One thing I noticed about this server is that staff have very little control over chat. I've been staff on a large server before with 2500+ players online at once and the chat was never as toxic as Neme's. I'm not 100% sure on how the staff system works here, but I see very few mutes and bans for toxicity even though there are always heated and pointless arguments, as well as people just being disrespectful to each other. For example, on Survival just now there was a 30 minute+ argument (I didn't take screenshots) about politics and gender identity and sexual identity and all that fun stuff. The staff members online were rsparkles and iyve, but rsparkles was afk and didn't do anything at all. Iyve muted one person (i think his ign was Yearbook or something) for 30 minutes for saying that gay people go to hell. Cool right? Only thing is, that didn't solve the problem. The chat was still arguing and going off so Ivy said "stop arguing." as a warning. After that first warning goes out, people should be punished right? After all, they are ignoring the staff which should be a violation of rule 2b if I'm being honest. Instead of making more mutes or banning people, Iyve gave out at least 15 verbal warnings to "stop arguing" and even stopped chat once or twice to try and calm everyone down. It wasn't until the manager person came on and muted someone else that things finally slowed down. This was a 25-30 minute instance of shit hitting the fan that could've been resolved in 25-30 seconds if only the arguing people were muted after they ignored the staff. I'm sure there are other examples of this kind of thing too, and these petty arguments and toxic people can be dealt with so much easier if staff actually take action instead of begging the chat to stop fighting.