This is just a question I have about the ban appeal "rules" first we see That's an okay rule, however, I want to know why? Why make this a rule? I know there are players that have had time to think about what they've done (In the case of a perm ban) then they decide to apologize to the server and staff. But, because of your rule, they are denied. Now there are times where a person who has been perm-banned should not be unbanned, but if a player has been banned for a long time(Maybe a couple months) then apologizing should be the best course of action maybe get their ban to a month temp-ban. Next, we have the players banned for "No intent to play" and there was a recent ban appeal from a user that was banned for No intent to play. This was the response(Mind you this was accepted) So my question is, why have the rule of no apologies but then unban for an apologie?