Neverlands Phoenix Rules!
Be sure to check back every now and again, as these rules can change without any warning. Ignorance to the rules is no excuse, if found guilty for a punishable offense you WILL be punished.
Each player can only have 1 account. Exceptions will be made for players who have family playing or a roommate at the same IP address. This will have to be verified by staff and approved. If we find players using multiple accounts, we will ban one of the accounts without warning.
All users of more than one account on a single IP address need to inform staff as soon as possible. You MUST register even if you have informed staff in the past. All accounts registered will be checked in-game by staff and anyone found not to meet our tests will be refused dual accounts. Please inform us when registering the following details:
• Accounts name;
• Users real name in full;
• Relationship to each other;
Failing to register will result in all accounts being banned and IP blocked. We will check ALL ip access and unregistered multi accounts may be banned.
Macroing is defined as, but not limited to, the act of gaining a skill without willfully being seated at your computer screen. You are allowed to train AFK while training skills, however resource gathering skills/actions will not be tolerated while AFK:
• Killing NPCs;
• Buying from vendors.
Neverlands Phoenix has an automatic macro check system that will be triggered while doing any skill/action of this list. You may use AFK to do these skills for 10 hours per week. After the AFK time is expired, you must be aware that there will be random auto macro checks. You have a limited amount of time to reply to a macro check. If you fail to do so you will be jailed and lose a percentage of the skill being used at that moment. Punishments for afk resource gathering will be as followed:
• 1st Offense: Character jailed for 1 hour, -10% of skill used at the moment;
• 2nd Offense: Character jailed for 2 hour, -20% of skill used at the moment;
• 3rd Offense: Character jailed for 3 hour, -30% of skill used at the moment;
• 4th Offense: Character jailed for 4 hour, -40% of skill used at the moment;
• 5th Offense: Character jailed for 5 hour, -50% of skill used at the moment;
• 6th Offense: Character jailed for 6 hour, -60% of skill used at the moment;
• 7th Offense and onwards: Character jailed for 1 week, -100% of skill used at the moment.
Although Neverlands Phoenix has an automatic system, staff members can still prompt for a macro check (either via macro gump or chat while standing nearby the player), but only for AFK resource gathering.
The staff of Neverlands Phoenix recognizes that sudden life events do occur, but in saying that, we will continue to jail account left un-attended despite the situation put forward by the player. If you’re going to leave your computer (For a washroom break, smoke, etc.) logout or stop resource gathering.
Punishments for Speed Hacking/Resyncing will be as followed:
• 1st Offense: Character jailed for 14 days ;
• 2nd Offense: Character jailed 1 month and all GM skills set to 50;
• 3rd Offense: Character deleted.
This can be finding any exploit in the way the scripts were made to be run and then using that exploit to gain something illegally. Depending on the abuse, BANNING CAN COME FIRST AT CHAD’S DECISION.
Abusing or exploiting bugs can result in a permanent ban from the shard. If you find, or hear about, any bug, contact any staff member immediately (Email, IRC and/or Discord). If we find out that you knew and did not report it, or worse, used it and did not report it, you can be banned – if you tell us right away, you are doing a service for the shard. We don’t ask much in playing our free server, but we do ask this.
What exactly constitutes bug abuse:
If we could write down every bug we would. It covers such a large area that doing so is impossible. Use your common sense; if you think it might be illegal, it probably will be. Abuse ranges from extreme acts against other players/ the shard or for any personal gains that would not be possible under normal playing conditions. Other bugs would include having runes to places you shouldn’t- such as the Nexus, Newbie Dungeon or other places, finding abnormal ways into people’s houses using a combination of spells and items or any other method is also classed as abuse. These are just a couple of examples to give you a basic idea. Any use of programs such as Speed Hack or others which give you an unfair advantage over other players will result in an account ban. Injection is extremely disliked by staff and any use of it is classed as abuse, and will be a bannable offense. NO excuses for bug abuse or the use of Speed Hack will be accepted.
•1st Offense- 1 month character jail;
•2nd Offense- Character deleted.
Abusing Line Of Sight (LOS)
Abusing the line of sight of both NPC’s and Players is illegal. This is with the use of items to prevent getting hit by either. This refers to PVP and PVM situations, but not treasure hunting.
- 1st Offense – Character jailed for 7 days.
- 2nd Offense – 1 month character jail;
- 3rd Offense – Character deleted.
Racism is defined as, but not limited to: The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others. Discrimination is defined as, but not limited to: Treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice: racial discrimination; discrimination against foreigners, discrimination against those of different sex and/or sexual orientation. Neverlands Phoenix does not condone or tolerate the use of racism, discrimination or the spreading of hatred of any kind.
House looting is defined as, the act of willfully removing items from one’s house in which you do not reside; this act is not considered illegal on Neverlands Phoenix. However; gaining entry to a house via a BUG (whether the intention is to loot the house or not) will fall under BUG EXPLOITING, and will be dealt with harshly. In order to avoid losing items in your household: limit access, utilize your secures and chests, and do not let unwanted individuals follow you inside.
Items & Skills Lost Due To Bugs
As stated previously it is difficult for staff to replace items/skills. Neverlands Phoenix has taken a BLANKET approach to this, and has decided to follow in the footsteps of other MMORPGS. Although each case will be handled on a case-by-case basis; staff will NOT be replacing items on the whole. As always the purpose of reporting a bug is for staff to correct it. If you fail to report it out of anger, spite, you only run the risk of succumbing to it again.
1) Trapping is defined but not limited to the act of confining or undesirable circumstance from which escape or relief is impossible. Should you trap someone, effectively ruining their gameplay, you will be subject to the punishment set by the presiding staff member.
2) Trapping NPCs in one’s house is illegal! If you are training provocation with a NPC, make sure you do it outside the house in an open area. Although the housing system will automatically remove some trapped NPCs, should a staff member find NPCs trapped, they will be removed. If you persist on bringing the NPC inside a house after the NPC got removed by staff, staff will kill the NPC without warning;
3) Door holding will not be tolerated, anyone caught holding any door open to either gain entry or try to trap players will be jailed for 1 week. the same will go for blocking doors.
• Wall of Stone spell is not defined as trapping;
• Should you follow an opponent into the house, it is not an obligation for him to let you out, and if he kills you it is not considered trapping;
Ress killing is defined as, but not limited to, the constant killing of a victim for no reward. Ress Killing is legal as long as the person is making an effort to retrieve items or continue the PVP. To avoid being ress killed, the victim should stay in ghost form and find another area to resurrect at. However, if the attacker uses the resurrection spell over and over to kill a player, that will be terms for jail.
Any items that you cannot acquire through normal play are illegal. This includes any tourney equipment and items that are Blessed (newbied) but shouldn’t be. If we find you in possession of such items they will be deleted immediately and you will be jailed on a case by case basis.
Illegal Use of Items/NPCs
Items within Neverlands Phoenix have a specific use, using them for other means which give you an advantage over other players is illegal. This includes items which are placed outside and on the doorstep of your house. If you are unsure of its placement, ask a staff member.
NPCs generated from flyers are intended in no way to be sparred with, they are invulnerable, do little damage and provide a constant source of gain, attempting to spar with such an npc is illegal and will lead to jail time.
Player vendors/NPCs/Items holding open doors for PVP purposes are illegal for the reason that they are in no way related to PVP and cause the door script to loop in a manner that causes lag.
Using items to block line of site for treasure hunting purposes will result in one month of not being able to treasure hunt or mine.
Illegal use of Scripts
Although Neverlands Phoenix does allow the use of third party programs (such as EasyUO and UOAssist), we do not condone the use of Injection or any script that would give you an unfair advantage over a situation, or allow you to do something outside the game mechanicals/impossible without a script. Scripts like (Auto Logout / Auto Click) that allow you to circumvent the macro check program will not only lead to an instant jail, but also an increase in jail time. NOTE: Not all problematic items/situations can be listed here, however if you want to know if something is illegal or not, ASK, so you don’t get into trouble by not knowing. Ignorance is not an excuse.
Your character name can in no way be offensive, it must follow our offensive language and behavior rule. You may also not use the names of staff members. Neverlands Phoenix staff realizes that players often chose similar names but we chose not to interfere in the naming of players. PLAYERS MAY NOT SHARE THE SAME NAME. The staff will be looking for these players and giving them unique names to avoid confusions in the times of incidents that require jail time If you dislike your characters name, it can be changed by finding and using the name change deeds that are randomly found. These can only be used by a character once per month.
Guild names must coincide with our other rules, but must also not include names or titles such as [Gamemaster] or [Seer] etc.
Newbie Dungeon and Nexus
Under no circumstance is there to be any sort of player versus player action, stealing, or casting of area spells that may be harmful to other people. Failure to comply will result in a jailing, the time will be decided by the presiding staff member.
• No houses are to be placed within guarded areas;
• No houses are to be placed blocking public roads, or pathways or touching these areas;
• No houses are to be placed which block another player’s access to places such as mining areas and dungeons;
• No houses are to be placed on farmlands, dungeon tiles, and/or public areas.
If a house is in an illegal area, it will be deleted immediately and without warning.
• Player vendors must be located directly on or by the house graphic;
• Player vendors must not block entrance to the house or be placed in order to hold the house door open;
• Player vendors must not be placed by someone’s house without their express permission;
• Player vendors must not, under any circumstances, be used to transport items or money from one place to another;
• Player vendors must not be put on horses;
• Player vendors are not to be used in a way of ‘guarding’ for pvp;
• Player vendors are not allowed to be on mounts like riding poots and pegasus boots.
Any player vendor found that goes against these rules will be killed. NO compensation will be given.
Any area being used for an event/quest is considered off limits to the players until specified by the Gamemaster holding the event. Should you mark a rune in such areas you will have the rune confiscated and possibly lead to jail.
Except for the areas mentioned above, PVP is allowed anywhere on the world map. However there are a few guidelines. If you are in a guild, and in the middle of a guild war, should you quit in the middle of the battle you will be punished as you have caused the person to become grey and possibly gain a murder count or get guarded. Also, there is no holding of doors for PVP purposes, it causes the door script to loop which is a common form of lag.
The barter system was implemented as a way to extend the market among players. It may be used to buy and sell items. You may attach some messages to your barter as questions. If what you said is vulgar or goes against our rules on behavior you can also find yourself in jail & will be banned from the barter system for a time decided by the staff member. Barter macroing is legal.
Chat is used for English chat only, anyone abusing this will be banned accordingly, Spamming chat will also not be tolerated.
Chat bans will be 7 day chat bans, more serious cases could result in longer bans.
Jchat is used for any other language, anyone abusing this will be banned accordingly, Spamming chat will also not be tolerated.
Jchat bans will be 7 day jchat bans, more serious cases could result in longer bans.
The staff tries to provide players with some fun activities during the day as something new and challenging for the players. These events come with rules. If a player should break the rules of the event, consequences will happen. These breaking of rules can be: ignoring staff, not following a specific set of rules, trying to ruin game play for other players, being an asshole during an event(to others or staff), or any other thing that would fall into this category not listed.
• 1st offense- Nexus ban 7 days;
• 2nd offense- Character jailed for 7 days + 2 week nexus ban upon return;
• 3rd offense- Character jailed for 14 days + 1 month Nexus ban upon return;
• 4th offense- permanent ban from any events + 1 month character jail.
Events are a privilege put together by one of Neverlands Phoenix staff, and often take quite a long time to set up. Purposely disobeying the rules, or attempting to ruin the event can lead to a jailing as you have wasted the Gamemasters time and effort to put on a great event. The time spent in jail will vary depending on the staff member.
1) Please note that ALL jail times refer to INGAME time, should the server be down for any period of time, for any reason, the jail timer stops.
2) Neverland Phoenix’s staff realizes that events may occur within game that cannot be 100% interpreted by these rules. In any case it is up to the residing staff member to make a decision based on the facts of the case. Their decision, although not expressed on this site, should be respected and accepted.
Neverlands Phoenix staff will also attempt to maintain these rules as new in game situations occur that need to be addressed, check back every so often as ignorance is not an excuse. Neverlands Phoenix Team!
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