Someone is Blocking Player Spawns

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It has become increasingly common for players to block spawns on Official Servers and this is NOT something that Studio Wildcard condones. Please note that if you block player spawns, action that can be taken will be up to and including full tribe structure removal and game bans. Below are some helpful information as to what spawn blocking is.

 

  • Blocking spawn points is defined as players/tribes blocking multiple spawn points for the purpose of not allowing any players to play on the server.
    • Blocking spawn points on Official Servers is against the spirit of the game.
  • The following are examples of blocking spawn points:
    • Using 1x1 structures that players spawn into and can not get out of
    • Using spikes/Spike walls at player spawn locations
    • Turrets located on or near spawn points
    • Dino gates, or any type of structure/cage that is meant to trap or instantly kill a player and prevent them from spawning on the map

 

  • If you are given a warning for this and fail to comply, you can be temporarily or permanently banned from all official servers.
    • Actions taken against players can also include removal of all tribe structures at the Game Master’s discretion.



If you are dealing with someone using exploits or inappropriate behaviour against you, the best course of action is to report them to the Customer Support Team and let them address it. Taking action into your own hands, where you in turn break these rules can result in actions being taken against you as well. Visit https://support.survivetheark.com/ to submit a ticket.

 

More info on how to submit a ticket here: https://support.survivetheark.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000784588-How-to-Submit-a-Ticket


Guidelines are subject to change without notification. Failure to abide by our server guidelines can result in the removal of your structures/creatures/items or in the banning of your account. All account actions is at the Game Master’s discretion.

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