This is the criminal law of BattleAsya. The rules listed here are subject to change. Updated on 3 October 2020
Chapter 1. Preliminary
BattleAsya is a community under the rule of law. The law stipulates what behaviours are beyond social norms, and those who break the law should be brought to justice. Any attempt of getting around the rules with loopholes or grey areas will be punished accordingly. While the punishment could be as lenient as a short mute, a permanent suspension could be issued in a more serious occasion. In other words, judgement is made based on the severity of the offender's violation. However, we do handle some cases exceptionally by exercising of our discretionary power to cater to the difference in nature of the situation.
Section 1: General Ordinance
Section 1. General (1) Whoever joins the server is deemed -
(a) to have entered our jurisdiction; and
(b) to have read and understood the Penal Code; and
(c) to be in favor of the Penal Code; and
(d) to be able to adhere to the Penal Code.
(2) This code is formulated to suppress crimes and to punish criminals.
(3) The administration administers justice. She has full rights to enforce, interpret, or to revise, at any time, any part of the Penal Code.
(4) The administration owns BattleAsya. BattleAsya is a private property.
(5) In OP-Survival and OP-Skyblock, your record will be deleted from the server upon 90 days of inactivity.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), (3) and (4), whoever cheats with intent to give oneself unfair advantage in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By using hacked clients;
(b) By using client add-ons, modifications, or resource packs with alterations to the way of how clients send data to the server;
(c) By using third-party programs with alterations to the way of clicking;
(d) By using unapproved modifications;
(e) By exploiting bugs or loopholes;
(f) By cross-teaming in Skywars and Eggwars;
(g) By team-betrayal in Skywars and Eggwars;
(h) By combat-logging;
(i) By spoofing ping; or
(j) By using or possessing suspicious amount of alternate accounts for boosting, exploiting rewards, or any other malicious activities
shall be guilty of an offence of "cheating".
(2) With the provision of section 2B, approved modifications are excluded from the definition of cheating from subsection (1).
(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply to any person exempted by the administration.
(4) The definition of cheating shall not be limited only to those listed in subsection (1). When defining what act constitutes to cheating, the spirit of this legislation, which is the provision of a fair and disciplined environment, has to be considered and respected.
(5) If any person is punished by the Anti-Cheat for cheating, it shall be presumed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, that such person is cheating, unless he or she is able to give a satisfactory explanation to justify his or her innocence.
(6) If any person pretends to cheat in a way that he intends to be punished or looks like he intends to be punished, it shall be presumed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, that such person is cheating, unless he or she is able to give a satisfactory explanation for such doing.
(7) If any person resists or rejects to cooperate before or during a screen-share session that is demanded by the administration, it shall be presumed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, that such person is cheating, unless he or she is able to give a satisfactory explanation for such doing.
(8) If any person cheats outside our jurisdiction, it shall be presumed that such person will cheat, or will likely to cheat in our jurisdiction, unless he or she is able to give a satisfactory explanation to justify his or her doing. If not, then he or she can be punished in accordance with subsection (1).
Hacked clients: Wurst, Wolfram, Flux Client etc... with fly/speed, triggerbot, aimbot, killaura, reach, anti-knockback, velocity etc.
Client add-ons, mods, or resource packs that alters the way how clients send data to the server: nametag changers, bridge mod, scaffold mod, xray mods, xray resource packs, inventory sorters, auto-armor, knockback modifier, reach modifier, potion effect magnifier, etc.
Third-party programs that modify the way you click: auto-clickers, macros, auto-text, auto-command, multiple attack buttons (multiple buttons/keys bound to left-click), editing hardware to allow clicking faster than humanly possible (drag clicking), butterfly clicking and changing default mouse interactions (like double/triple click on a single click).
Exploiting bugs: Bug Exploiting is strictly prohibited. Use common sense when you have suddenly found a way to get an advantage. Further abusing something that is clearly a bug intentionally or not intentionally will still be punished severely. In the occasion of a very serious exploit, the resulting punishment regardless of the quantity of offenses beforehand (history) will be a permanent suspension - examples of this includes but, once again, not limited to the duplication of items and unlimited money exloit. Generously reporting these bugs, however, might have the possibility of receiving rewards from the government.
Cross-teaming and team betrayal: Teaming, if not specified, shall be assumed to be allowed. (Teaming is allowed in the PvP Arena of Survival (Faction), Skyblock Survival and KitPvP.) However, Cross-Teaming and Team-Betrayal are not allowed in SkyWars and EggWars.
Combat-logging: Sportsmanship is highly valued in BattleAsya. Logging out in midst of a battle to knowingly avoid combat / death without consent from your opponents or without a reasonable explanation is considered as a form of cheating. Since this cowardly tactic often denies your opponent some victories or loots that they could have earned from your possible deaths, players who are found to be doing this repeatedly and deliberately will be penalized severely, in accordance with the law.
Spoofing ping: Extreme ping can be considered as a form of cheating under certain circumstances. A 300ms connection to the server is considered as lagging whereas a 500ms connection to the server is considered as extremely lagging. Players with ping higher than 300ms might risk to be penalised by the Anti-Cheat while players with ping higher than 500ms, once being found, will be kicked immediately until they have maintained a much stable connection to the server with an average ping below 500ms. Abusing lag by intentionally changing your ping to an extremely high value is a serious offence, and is actually considered as a form of cheating.
Alternate accounts: The use of multiple alternate accounts is generally allowed. Our system allows up to 15 account registrations per IP. However, if you are found to have a large and suspicious amount of personal alternate accounts, for instance, 10, in the purpose of exploiting certain mechanism, you would be investigated or even be penalized. In addition, evading bans, mutes or jails with the use of multiple alternate accounts are strictly prohibited in accordance with the Course of Justice Ordinance.
Rejecting a screenshare: Our staff have full rights to demand a player, especially someone very well-known in the community, to join in a compulsory screenshare session through AnyDesk, if we reasonably believe that he is being suspicious. If you are asked to do so, then you have to cooperate, follow the instructions and attend the session immediately, without leaving the server. If you refuse to cooperate, or do something meaningless to resist (e.g. giving invalid excuse or eventually leaving the server), then we will assume that you are trying to avoid a screenshare primary because you are cheating. If so, then please expect prosecution to follow.
Purposely triggering the Anti-Cheat: You are just asking a ban for yourself if you cannot stop playing with the Anti-Cheat thresholds. Some players love to exploit certain Anti-Cheat detection defects. Some even try to act as if they are cheating. If you insist to do so, you can be punished severely. You are not allowed to test the Anti-Cheat. That is not an valid excuse. Only authorized individuals will be allowed to test the performance and functionality of the Anti-Cheat solution, not anyone else.
Section 2B. Exemptions from Liability of Cheating - Approved Modifications
(1) A person shall not be guilty of cheating to commit an offence if he or she only uses any one of more of the following approved modifications -
(a) client performance improvement mods;
(b) brightness or gamma adjustment mods;
(c) Aesthetic mods;
(d) Armor or effect status mods;
(f) replay mods; or
(g) pvp enhancement mods.
client performance improvement mods: which have the main goal of improving client FPS (Frames Per Second). Typical examples include Optifine and BetterFPS.
brightness or gamma adjustment mods: which have the main goal of improving client FPS (Frames Per Second). Typical examples include Gamma and Brightness.
Aesthetic modifications: which change the visual appearance of the game to make it more aesthetically pleasing. Typical examples include Shader mod and its shader packs.
Armor and effect status modifications: which add armor and/or potion effects to the Minecraft GUI (Graphical User Interface), outside of the inventory. Typical examples include 5zig, BetterHud, ArmorHud, DirectionHud, Status Effect Hud, UHC Essentials. However, modifications that display the distance to a target, health of a target, or that give any indications of when a player/entity can hit you or when you can hit them are strictly prohibited.
Minimaps: which do not show entities (such as players, except yourself) or caves in any way.
Replay modifications: which enable recording and playback of game-play, while also allowing for the changing of perspective during playback.
Clients and modifications for pvp enhancement - LabyMod Version 2.6 or above (without any unapproved add-ons) - CPS, Ping, Keystrokes, or Coordinates add-ons for LabyMod - CPS, Ping, Keystrokes, or Coordinates mods - Any pvp animations mods - Badlion client *Only the aforementioned modifications for pvp are approved. You shall avoid using other unlisted mods and a 100% vanilla client is recommened.
Section 2C. General Principles for PvP
(1) One Button, One Finger, One Click.
(2) Use 100% vanilla client when possible. (3) The safest way to be legit is not to mess around with things that you don't know.
Chapter 3. Disrupting Public Order
Part 1. Control of Public Order in Public Areas
Section 3: Public Order Ordinance
Section 3. Disruption of Public Order
(1) Whoever in any public area behaves in a noisy, disorderly, or uncivilized manner, in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By spamming in an abusive manner;
(b) By begging alms / asking for alms in a threatening manner;
(c) By cursing or swearing / bypassing word filters;
(d) By sharing adult content or malicious links; or
(e) By using inappropriate username, nick, skin, cape, item's name,
with intent to provoke a breach of the peace, or whereby a breach of the peace is likely to be caused, shall be guilty of an offence of "disrupting public order".
(2) Whoever in any public area promotes hatred in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By criminal intimidation;
(b) By criminal defamation / defamatory insults / personal attacks; or
(c) By racial discrimination / religious discrimination,
with intent to provoke a breach of the peace, or whereby a breach of the peace is likely to be caused, shall be guilty of an offence of "disrupting public order".
(3) Whoever in any public area spreads or assists in spreading false statements, malicious rumors, or fake news -
(a) with knowledge that the statement was false; or
(b) with reckless disregard of whether the statement was false or not; or
(b) with intent to fabricate of the truth (purposeful avoidance of the truth),
whereby a breach of the peace is likely to be caused, shall be guilty of an offence [Disrupting Public Order].
(4) Whoever in any public area impersonates a member of the administration or a well-known member of the community, regardless of whether he or she has any actual benefit from doing so, shall be guilty of an offence of "disrupting public order".
(5) Any person who violates any one or more of the above subsections outside our jurisdiction can be punished in accordance with relevant regulations -
(a) if that person is a member of the community, and
(b) if his or her violation affects another member of the community or the community interest as a whole.
Explanation 1: Public area refers to In-Game Chat (Global Chat, Faction Chat, Island Chat, Party Chat, Private Chat, etc.), Facebook Group, Discord Group.
Explanation 2: Spamming refers to dragging (drrrraaaaggg), Sending something repeatedly over and over again in /mail, /msg, /report, /helpop, /ah sell, etc. that causes disruption to the chat.
Explanation 3: Begging alms refers to Asking for free items, money, ranks, etc. and continues to ask for alms of any person after he has been required to desist.
Explanation 4: Cursing refers to the use of foul language or profanities, in any language
Explanation 5: Intimidation refers to DDoS threats, harassment, blackmail or extortion, death threats or suicide Encouragement such as "go kill yourself" or "drink bleach"
Explanation 6: Defamation or personal attack refers to e.g. personal insults with the use of abusive / provoking / derogatory / racist / obnoxious terms
Explanation 7: Spreading rumours refers to e.g. I got false banned / A lot of people got false banned / Hacking is allowed / Macros is okay / Staff is hacking / Staff is not doing their job / Staff is abusing their power etc.
Explanation 8: Impersonation refers to impersonate any well-known players of the community, or claim to be a member of the Civil Service.
Part 2. Control of Groups or Clans
Section 4A-4B: Groups Ordinance
Section 4A. Prohibition of Unlawful Groups or Clans (1) If the members or adherents of any group or clan are -
(a) organized for the purpose of enabling them to be united in such a manner that such unity usurps, may usurp, tends to usurp or appears to usurp the functions of the administration; or
(b) organized for the purpose of enabling them to be united for the use of exciting disaffection against the administration, or in such manner as to arouse reasonable apprehension that they are organized for that purpose,
(i) any person who is a member or adherent of such group or clan shall be guilty of an offence of "supporting an unlawful clan"; and
(ii) any person who takes part in the control or management of such group or clan shall be guilty of an offence of "managing an unlawful clan".
(2) Any person with words written that obviously assists or supports such group or clan, whether or not he or she is a member of that group or clan, regardless of whether he or she is taking part in the control or management of that group or clan, shall be presumed as a member or adherent of that group or clan.
Section 4B. Prohibition of Operation of Groups or Clans
(1) The administration is entitled to make an order prohibiting the operation or continued operation of the group or clan if we reasonably believe that the prohibition of the operation or continued operation of a group or clan is necessary in the interests of public order or the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.
(2) Once such an order is made, it shall be publicly announced, and, if the order specifies a subsequent date for its taking effect, shall take effect on that specified date, notwithstanding that an appeal has been or may be made against the order.
(3) A group or clan in relation to which an order is made under this section and any manager or member of the group or clan who is aggrieved by an order made under this section may appeal to the administration against the making of the order within 14 days after the order takes effect, and the administration may confirm, vary or revoke the order.
(4) Any group or clan that is ordered to cease operation from this section is presumed to be unlawful, whereby relevant regulations can be enforced as in accordance with section 4A.
Part 3. Offences Against the Authority To embody the rule of law, it requires not only comprehensive statutory provisions and effective law enforcement, but also people's awareness and observance of the law. Our staff perform their duties to safeguard the overall interest of the community. They are absolutely not seeking personal gains or making life difficult for players with intent.
All along, staff enforcing the laws have been performing their duties in a professional and impartial manner in accordance with the law to serve the community with dedication. They should be respected and not be insulted verbally or by any acts. However, in recent months, there were frequent occurrences of incidents where staff undertaking law enforcement duties were arbitrarily insulted or provoked by members of the community. This has greatly increased the their work stress and the difficulties in performing their duties, dampening their morale and passion for serving the community. Such circumstances are certainly not conducive to the benefit of BattleAsya.
Section 5A-5C: Administration Ordinance
Section 5A. Resisting, Obstructing or Insulting a Staff Member or Other Person Lawfully Engaged in a Public Duty
(1) Any person who resists, obstructs, or insults a staff lawfully engaged, authorized or employed in the performance of any public duty or any person lawfully assisting such public officer therein shall be guilty of an offence of "obstructing staff in the performance of public duty".
Section 5B. Falsely Pretending to be or be able to Influence a Staff Member
(1) Any person who, by any act or omission and whether or not with intent to procure any valuable return, falsely pretends that he is a staff or is able to procure any staff to do or refrain from doing any act or thing in connection with the duty of such staff shall be guilty of an offence of "impersonating staff".
Section 5C. Inciting Disaffection, Mutiny, or Subversion against the Established Order
(1) Any person who has the intent to, or knowingly attempts -
(a) to overthrow the administration; or
(b) to dispose KaytlynJay from her current ruling title; or
(c) to intimidate, overawe or compel the administration to change its policies, measures or counsels;
(d) to instigate any external force to interfere, destroy or invade BattleAsya; or
(e) to seduce any member of the staff team from his or her duty and allegiance to KaytlynJay; or
(f) to incite any such person from (e) to commit an act of mutiny or any traitorous or mutinous act; or
(g) to make or endeavor to make a mutinous clan / assembly; or
(h) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against KaytlynJay, or against the administration, or members of the administration; or
(i) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against the administration of justice; or
(j) to raise discontent or disaffection amongst the community; or
(k) to counsel disobedience to law or to any lawful order; or
(l) to conspire with any other person to do anything mentioned above,
and manifests such intention by an overt act, or by publishing any writing, shall be guilty of an offence of - (i) "inciting subversion of the administration", if it is an offence against the authority; or (ii) "inciting disaffection among the community", if it is an offence against the unity of the community; or (iii) "inciting mutiny", if it is an offence against the unity of the administration.
Chapter 4. Perverting the Course of Justice
Section 6: Course of Justice Ordinance Section 6. Perverting the Course of Justice
(1) Any person who willfully attempts to obstruct, prevent, pervert, or defeat the course of justice in a judicial proceeding, in any one of more of the following ways -
(a) By purposely making false allegations;
(b) By giving false statements;
(c) By fabricating false evidence;
(d) By hiding or destroying evidence;
(e) By assisting suspects or criminals;
(f) By intimidating, coercing, or harassing witnesses or investigators; or
(g) By escaping from prosecution or evading from legal liability,
(i) knowing that such act is likely to obstruct, prevent, pervert or defeat the course of justice; or
(ii) intending to obstruct, prevent, pervert or defeat the course of justice,
shall be guilty of an offence of "perverting the course of justice", and shall on conviction be punished with imprisonment, or with fine, or with both.
(2) The administration represents the public interest. Any allegation made by the administration, if proven to be wrong, shall not be deemed as purposely making false allegations.
Explanation of (g): Evasion of liability by deception refers to the evasion of punishment (e.g. using VPNs) that causes disruptive behavior in the server.
Chapter 5. Illegal Detainment
Section 7: Crimes (Illegal Detainment) Ordinance
Section 7. Illegal Detainment
(1) Subject to subsection (2), whoever detains another person with a trap or with a room, whereas this trap or room -
(a) cannot completely kill that person within a reasonable time; or
(b) provides no obvious way of escape (e.g. teleportation),
has acted in defiance of the law and shall be guilty of an offence of "illegal detainment". Once convicted, he or she shall be punished with property removal, or with fine, or with both.
(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply to any lawful detainment executed by the administration.
Chapter 6. Criminal Fraud
Section 8: Crimes (Fraud) Ordinance
Section 8. Fraud
(1) Subject to subsection (3) and (4), any person who, by any deception, whether or not such deception was the sole or main inducement, with intent to dishonestly induces another person to commit an act or an omission, which results either -
(a) in benefit to any person other than the second-mentioned person; or
(b) in dis-benefit or a substantial risk of dis-benefit to any person other than the first-mentioned person,
then the first-mentioned person is said to have committed fraud, and shall be guilty of an offence of "Scamming".
(2) Subject to subsection (3) and (4), whoever dishonestly obtains property (including money and items) or services by deception, with the intention of permanently depriving the other person of it, shall be guilty of an offence of "Scamming".
(3) Depending on the circumstances, subsection (1) and (2) may not apply to private trades whereof an exchange of real-world benefits (e.g. real currency transactions) is involved, or is likely to be involved, in the course of the trade.
(4) Subsection (1) and (2) shall not apply to any lawful policy implemented by the administration.
Chapter 7. Criminal Theft
Section 9: Crimes (Theft) Ordinance
Section 9. Theft
(1) Subject to subsection (3), whoever intends to take dishonestly any movable property out of the possession of any person without that person’s consent, or to appropriate that property in order to permanently deprive that person of it, is said to have committed theft, and shall be guilty of an offence of "stealing".
(2) Subject to subsection (3), whoever gets property by another’s mistake, and is under an obligation to make restoration (in whole or in part) of the property, or of the value thereof, then to the extent of that obligation an intention not to make restoration shall be regarded accordingly as an intention to deprive that person of the property that he or she owns, and shall be guilty of an offence of In other words"stealing".
(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply to lawful confiscation executed by the administration.
(4) Whoever willfully attempts to hijack an account, regardless of success or failure, in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By cracking passwords;
(b) By spoofing security loopholes; or
(c) By refusing to return a shared account,
shall be guilty of an offence of "account stealing".
Explanation 1: Account sharing is defined as an act to give or share your account to someone you have put your trust in. If your friend, family, etc. logs in and is caught for breaking the rules, you would need to take full responsibility, since you have the explicit ownership of the involved account, but not others, and clearly the punishment will still be in place.
Chapter 8. Criminal Extortion
Section 10: Crimes (Extortion) Ordinance
Section 10. Criminal Extortion
(1) Subject to subsection (3), whoever intentionally puts any person in fear of any harm to that person or to any other person, whether such harm is to be caused legally or illegally, and thereby dishonestly induces the person to deliver to any person anything valuable such as property or money, has committed extortion, and shall be guilty of an offence of "extortion".
(2) Whoever begs or asks for a compensation or a refund from the administration because of any one or more of the following reasons -
(a) Loss of property due to -
(i) more than 30 days of inactivity (Deletion will take place for any players upon 30 days of inactivity); or
(ii) illegal possession of restricted items (Confiscated in accordance with the law); or
(iii) practicing deceit (Confiscated in accordance with the law); or
(iv) getting deceived (No compensation in accordance with the law); or
(v) Unexpected service failure (No compensation in accordance with the law); or
(vi) committing an offence of theft, trespassing, or mischief (Confiscated in accordance with the law); or
(vii) account sharing (No compensation in accordance with the law); or
(viii) account getting hacked (No compensation in accordance with the law); or
(ix) ground entities cleaner (No compensation in accordance with the law); or
(x) other technical reasons (No compensation in accordance with the law),
(b) personal reasons; or (c) any other reasons,
and if that person willfully attempts to intimidate, threatens, or compel the administration to make such arrangement, is said to have committed an offence of "extortion".
(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply to any lawful interrogation by the administration.
Explnation 1: There is a no compensation policy and there is no room for discussion. Under no circumstances shall any individuals demand any official compensation for any reasons. Even after you have provided a sound reason, the no compensation policy would still be in place. No compensation shall be expected.
Chapter 9. Criminal Mischief and Criminal Insiding
Section 11A-12B: Crimes (Mischief and Insiding) Ordinance
Section 11A. Griefing and Insiding
(1) Whoever, with intent to cause, or knowing that he or she is likely to cause, wrongful loss or damage to the public or any person, causes the destruction of any property, or any such change in any property, or in the situation thereof, as destroys or diminishes its value or utility, or affects it injuriously, in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By destroying or damaging property belonging to the administration;
(b) By destroying or damaging property belonging to a faction through Faction-Insiding as defined in subsection (2);
(c) By destroying or damaging property belonging to an island through Island-Insiding as defined in subsection (2);
(d) By destroying or damaging property belonging to a town through Town-Insiding as defined in subsection (2); or
(e) By destroying or damaging unprotected property that is obviously artificial and has high architectural values,
is said to have committed "griefing", and shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) Faction-Insiding, Island-Insiding or Towny-Insiding refers to a criminal act that steals, griefs (destroys or damages), or overclaims property belonging to the team.
(3) Depending on the actual circumstances, whoever commits insiding shall be guilty of an offence of theft, trespassing or mischief.
(4) In OP-Survival and Towny, with assistance from the administration, claims will be given back to the original team and the base structure will be repaired.
(5) In OP-Skyblock, with assistance from the administration, the base structure will be repaired.
(6) The restoration mentioned in subsection (3) and (4) can only be done when the situation allows.
Illustration 1: Offenders will firstly join a targeted faction, island, or town. They will then try to gain a mutual truce from the team, planning for their final move. At the end, when the time is right, they will be taking or destroying everything, unclaiming some of the territories and leaving without a trace. This would usually be done in an alternative account. Since insiding is the only possible way to grief a protected area, it is, therefore, strictly prohibited.
Illustration 2: When a certain player leaves the faction or island and lawfully takes the personal items he or she specifically placed before, we will not consider it as a form of insiding. A player is also allowed to take his private base with him. A private home or personal claims are defined as claims in which bases were exclusively built by one person.
Illustration 3: If someone else in the faction or island has a set home in these claims, it will be considered as the faction's or island's property. It is the player’s responsibility to retrieve their items upon leaving the faction or island. If a player leaves a certain faction or island and decides to teleport people inside of the base, or uses his homes inside of the base to raid the faction, we will also consider this as insiding.
Illustration 4: When a faction or island has enabled pvp in its territory, killing would then be possible. In such sense, killing in enemy bases or on any of the islands would not be in violation of the rules, if and only if the player does not set a home in the designated territory beforehand.
Illustration 5: There is actually no guarantee for a complete fix and rollback for the involved faction/island after the incident. The faction or island community itself shall actually take all the responsibility for accepting any players to join (inviting a stranger to your faction, accepting a random teleportation request, trusting an insider etc.
Section 12B. Serious Destruction to the Wilderness
(1) Whoever does huge and meaningless damage to the wilderness that obviously destroys a large portion of its beauty, integrity, and sustainability, or whereby the destruction is beyond what the community can possibly tolerate, shall be guilty of an offence.
Chapter 10. Miscellaneous Offences
Section 12: Miscellaneous Offences Ordinance Section 12A. Uncivilized Usage or Placement of Water, Lava, Hoppers, Spawners, Heads, Chests, Paintings, Item Frames or Redstones
(1) Whoever uses or places water, lava, hoppers, spawners, heads, chests, paintings, item frames or redstones in an uncivilized or meaningless manner, whether or not he or she has the intent to lag the server or clients, in any one or more of the following ways -
(a) By placing a whole floor of hoppers or spawners;
(b) By creating water and lava fall without a proper use;
(c) By creating fast ticking (laggy) redstone machines;
(d) By building redstone devices that are always turned on;
(e) By placing a lot of heads or chests that causes a significant drop in FPS; or
(f) By placing a lot of empty chests without a proper use; or
(g) By placing a wall of item frames or paintings,
is said to have committed mischief, and shall be guilty of an offence.
Section 12B. Illegal Placement of Spawners or Hoppers
(1) In OP-Survival, whoever places more than 4 spawners within a chunk defined by /f sc, is said to have caused lagging to the server or clients, and shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) In OP-Skyblock, whoever places more than 30 spawners and 20 hoppers per island, is said to have caused lagging to the server or clients, and shall be guilty of an offence.
Section 12C. Creation of Illegal Farms
(1) Subject to subsection (2), whoever creates a farm whereas its size exceeds 48blocks x 48blocks x 48blocks in all dimensions, or whereas the minimum distance between two farms in any of the dimension is smaller than 48 blocks, is said to have caused lagging to the server or clients, and shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) Subsection (1) only applies to vertical farms, primarily cactus farms, that is built with more than 1 layer.
Section 12D. Illegal AFK Mining
(1) In OP-Skyblock, whoever acts in defiance of subsection (2) when doing AFK mining, is said to have caused lagging to the server or clients, and shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) You are not allowed to use more than 1 mining account and 1 active account (i.e. 2 accounts) per player per IP for AFK mining.
Section 12E. Other Offences for Lagging the Server or Clients
(1) Subject to subsection (2), whoever attempts -
(a) to lag or crash the server, in any other way apart from those in section 13A-13D, causing a significant drop in server TPS; or
(b) to lag or crash a client, in any other way apart from those in section 13A-13D, causing a significant drop in client FPS,
shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply to any lawful operation done by the administration.
Chapter 11. Illegal Possession of Restricted Items
Section 13: Restricted Items Ordinance
Section 13. Illegal Possession of Restricted Items
(1) Whoever uses, keeps or distributes restricted items, whereas he or she has no relevant level of ranks or permissions to possess these items, is said to have committed an offence of "illegal possession of restricted items".
(2) Restricted items refer to those unnaturally enchanted items, usually with watermarks, that can only be obtained via webstore, and that includes armor sets, tools and weapons from VIP kits and Gkits.
(3) Whoever has the relevant level of ranks or permissions to possess restricted items, if he or she plans to distribute or sell (in-game) these items, shall act in accordance with the regulations as stated below. If he or she acts otherwise, he or she shall be guilty of an offence of subsection (1). VIPs are permitted to: 1. Sell (in-game) or distribute their VIP kit(s) to VIPs having the same rank 2. Sell (in-game) or distribute their VIP kit(s) to VIPs having a higher rank
VIPs are not permitted to: 1. Sell (in-game) or distribute their VIP kit(s) to VIPs having a lower rank 2. Sell (in-game) or distribute their VIP Kit(s) to players with a member rank
Gkit Users are permitted to: 1. Sell (in-game) or distribute their Gkit(s) to Gkit users having the access to the same kit
Gkit Users are not permitted to: 1. Sell (in-game) or distribute their Gkit(s) to Gkit users not having access to the same kit 2. Sell (in-game) or distribute their GKit(s) to players with a member rank
Illustration 1: In Survival (Faction), there is a restriction imposed for the armor, tools and weapons from VIP Kits (Vkits) and God Kits (Gkits), which could be recognized by their unnatural enchantment levels beyond the vanilla limits (Protection V, Sharpness VI etc...). NON-VIP/Gkit members who have been using, keeping or distributing defined item(s) from any VIP kit(s) or Gkit(s) will have them fully confiscated without further notice. VIPs and Gkit Users are reminded not to redistribute their armor, tools and weapons with the official watermark "Restricted Item", or their access to the respective kits would be deprived instantly. Items with the following enchantment levels are considered as illegal to be kept and used for a NON-VIP or a NON-GKIT USER: Protection V or above, Sharpness VI or above, Efficiency VI (Exemption: mcmmo superbreaker) or above, Power VI or above, Unbreaking IV or above.
Illustration 2: In Skyblock, there is a restriction imposed for the armor, tools and weapons from the VIP Kits (Vkits), which could be recognized by their unnatural enchantment levels beyond VIP limits (Protection VII, Sharpness VIII, Efficiency VIII etc...). NON-VIP members who have been using, keeping or distributing defined item(s) from any VIP kit(s) will have them fully confiscated without further notice. VIPs are reminded not to redistribute their armor, tools and weapons with the official watermark "Restricted Item", or their access to the respective kits would be deprived instantly. Items with the following enchantment levels are considered as illegal to be kept and used for a NON-VIP: Protection VII or above, Sharpness VIII or above, Efficiency VIII or above, Power VIII or above.
Section 14. Handling Illegal Goods (1) Subject to subsection (3), whoever handles illegal goods if knowing or believing them to be illegal goods he or she dishonestly receives the goods, or dishonestly undertakes or assists in their retention, removal, disposal or realization for the benefit of another person, or if he or she arranges to do so, shall be guilty of an offence.
(2) Illegal goods refer to stolen goods, duplicated goods, and restricted goods (illegal possession).
(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply to any person exempted by the administration.
Chapter 13. Criminal Abetment
Section 15: Crimes (Abetment) Ordinance
Section 15. Assistance and Abetment
(1) Any person who knowingly and willfully aids, abets, counsels, or procures the commission of an offence punishable in this Penal Code, shall be guilty of an offence of "abetment", and shall be liable to be dealt with and punished as a principal offender.
Chapter 14. Criminal Conspiracy
Section 16: Crimes (Conspiracy) Ordinance
Section 16. Conspiracy
(1) Whoever agrees with another person to commit an offence or cause an offence to be committed, then -
(a) such an agreement is designated a criminal conspiracy; and
(b) that person is deemed as a party to a criminal conspiracy; and
(c) he or she shall be guilty of an offence of "conspiracy"; and
(d) he or she shall be liable to be dealt with and punished as a principal offender.
Chapter 15. Persona Non Grata
Section 17: Persona Non Grata Ordinance
Section 17. Persona Non Grata
(1) The administration has full discretion to declare someone persona non grata without having to give an explanation for such move. A person so declared is unwelcome by the community and will be deported immediately with a permanent account suspension.
Explanation 1: Since this is a network governed by the Government of BattleAsya, we, the only authorised statutory body, therefore have the ultimate discretion and power to decide who shall stay and who shall not. In essence, we have reserved all the rights to remove any players at any time and without having to explain its decision. We could also declare any members of the community a persona non grata, and such a member would then be considered unacceptable and will immediately be deported from the network with a permanent account suspension. Everyone joining the server is deemed to be in favor of this fundamental basis.
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