Before you start, familiarise yourself with information we have provided.

What happened?

Your account has been restricted access from our minecraft multiplayer server, for violations of the Wabbit Survival Terms of Service. This includes, but is not limited to: Chat and Communication Rules and Non-Chat Related Rules.

Our goal is to provide a fair, fun and legitimate game experience for everyone. We will continue to do our best working with all of you to improve the quality of the gameplay, including ongoing optimisation and fine tuning of our anti-cheat system.

Please be aware, bans are not intended as a punishment in any way, they are a way for us to give you a needed break from our server to allow us to effectively work together on understanding why your account has broken our server rules.

Our server rules are there to ensure nobody is disrupting other players game experience and that everyone is playing fairly. If we believe you have, and are likely to continue disrupting other players or playing unfairly then we will stop you from gaining access to our community server which is provided free of charge. This is of our agreement when you first use /accept in the server introduction.

Rest assured, you're responsible for your account and whom has access to it, if someone else broke the rules and not you, you still take that responsibility and that account will be terminated until the ban is lifted through successful appeal.

Please continue to take the time reading through our helpful information which is provided in the tabs above in this section. Utilising this information to support you in your ban appeal will significantly increase your chances of success

Why apologise?

There are many reasons why you should make a sincere apology when you've made a mistake.

First, an apology opens a dialogue between yourself and the others. Your willingness to admit your mistake can give the others the opportunity they need to communicate with you, and start dealing with their feelings.

When you apologise, you also acknowledge that you engaged in unacceptable behaviour. This helps you rebuild trust and reestablish your relationship with the others. It also gives you a chance to discuss what is and isn't acceptable.

What's more, when you admit that the situation was your fault, you restore dignity to the person or people you hurt. This can begin the healing process, and it can ensure that they don't unjustly blame themselves for what happened.

Lastly, a sincere apology shows that you're taking responsibility for your actions. This can strengthen your self-confidence, self-respect, and reputation. You're also likely to feel a sense of relief when you come clean about your actions, and it's one of the best ways to restore your integrity in the eyes of others.

I feel angry

There are a few different attitudes that banned players show that can give them an edge to getting their account ban lifted, and showing anger is certainly not one of them.

Here are three reasons why:

You can't control the world or how people act but you can control how you react.

There is no reason why you are wasting so much emotional energy on something that you admit is trivial, and even if it is a serious issue, the calm and measured response will always be 1000 times more useful than losing your temper. Why?...

When you're angry, you look stupid to others. This is probably the most important reason why anger doesn't help. Everyone always looks like a fool when they lose their temper. No one is taking you seriously or respects you while you're throwing a tantrum.

When you feel yourself about to lose your cool these should be the first things in your head, especially reason no. 3. You'd be surprised how fast you calm yourself when you realise the purpose your anger is serving is making you look silly.

There is no shame in admitting you need help though, but there is always shame in being that person who continually acts like a buffoon.

What do I write?

Express Remorse

Every apology needs to start with two magic words: "I'm sorry," or "I apologize." This is essential, because these words express remorse over your actions.

For example, you could say: "I'm sorry that I snapped at you yesterday. I feel embarrassed and ashamed by the way I acted."

Your words need to be sincere and authentic, be honest with yourself, and with the others.


Admit Responsibility

For your actions or behaviour, and acknowledge what you did was your fault.

People make mistakes, And if you look back at what you could've done better then you have already found that you were responsible for what happened.

Responsibility can be shared amongst multiple people, which is why it's a good idea to show yours too.


Promise you won't repeat the same mistake

Explain that you won't repeat the action or behaviour.

This step is important because you reassure others that you're going to change your behaviour. This helps you rebuild trust and repair the relationship.

You could say: "I've read over all the rules and from now on, I'm going to make sure I follow them to ensure I don't disrupt other players or play unfairly, And I want you to call me out if I do this again."

Make sure that you honour this commitment in the days or weeks to come – if you promise to change your behaviour, but don't follow through, others will question your reputation and your trustworthiness.




If you believe your account has been terminated in error or you would like to apologise for breaking our terms of Service and promise you won't continue to do so after and if your ban gets lifted, you can appeal that termination through the following link and selecting 'Add Topic'. For privacy reasons, please do not post appeals on social media, asking within the server, through TeamSpeak and any other means outside the ban appeal section of this website.