House and rail lines griefed

Discussion in 'Grief Report' started by Lothaar, Jan 17, 2014.

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  1. Lothaar

    Lothaar Member VIP

    What is your IGN?


    Coordinates of the location (use /getpos to display the coordinates X,Y,Z)

    x 2376, y 78, z 291 and x 2385, y 69, z -294

    Is this on PvP or Peaceful side of the map?


    What exactly got griefed? Please be specific.

    I have a lot of things made with mossy cobble, they destroyed most of the main house and all of the piston powered doors made of it, and pistons were taken too.

    I have a lot of redstone lamps that were removed several dozens of them. Lava waterfall placed down by them.

    I have a long rail line to my neighbor; they griefed the station at the end and replaced sign with inappropriate language.

    I had a large6 piece map display of my area and they destroyed that too.

    took all anvils, enchanting tables, and anything else that was not nailed down.

    I keep finding more stuff as I explore my area...

    About how many blocks were broken/replaced?


    Who did the griefing?

    Soccerman19 and NSGCakeMaster so far that I can tell from using / prism i

    Did you talk to the player who did the griefing?

    no, not online

    What did they say?


    Do you think they should be banned for this?

    Well, if this is all they are going to do then... why have them around. If this is some gross misunderstanding on their part, then as long as they are set straight, I'm fine with that

    Did you include screen shots? (You must)


    Do you need an admin to come and rollback the damage?

    Yes, please. At least in the main area, i can repair the rail line, and station damage.

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  2. ndvenckus1

    ndvenckus1 Well-Known Member VIP

    Smallz says she took care of it and talked to you in game. I guess I'll lock this now. Sorry for the trouble.
  3. smallfryz

    smallfryz Member

    Should all be fixed :)
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