Disclaimer: This is a sarcastic suggestion thread to add more to the "disrespectful behavior" section. This thread is based on my thread of the same name on another server. So lately, we have so many people complain about winners "cheating" in games. Some people love to call a good PvPer a guy with "aimbot" and "kill aura." We even have a votekick system on TD. So, given that these people want to get the "hackers" out of the server, there's definitely an implied rule on every server: it's bannable to win games and to be skilled in PvP. Take a good look at these if you don't get what I mean: Here's what happens: You win a game and/or kill a lot of people in PvP. The others end up: -Raging and calling you a hacker -Threatening to report you -Screaming in caps -Kicking you out from TD -Recording you and then reporting you on the forums -Creating rude remarks -Many more "reasons" Seconds later, you're hit with the banhammer. You're never going to play on your favorite server again. What do you want to do? Appeal? Don't you want to get yourself unbanned? Solution: Why not report for "winning"? Why not add a rule: make a vote ban based on the number of players in the lobby or make an automated ban system that automatically bans winners? -At least a certain number of players have to support a vote ban. If the majority want the player out, the player gets banned for 30 minutes on first offense. Repeating offenses give a 1 hour ban. -Create a new rule. Hey, we have rules against hacking and teaming, so why not? -Make it bannable to win. Hey, we have so many people complain about the winner "hacking," so why not report the winner and the winner gets a ban? It'll please the community. -That's right. Win a team game and the entire team gets a ban for winning after the game ends. After all, we'll be glad that the "cheaters" got banned! Bottom line: STOP complaining about losing. Accept the loss and don't rage. Don't call people hackers when they're not and don't threaten them. There should be more detail/strictness in this section of the rules: don't act like a sore loser.