- Max. 8* players authorized on TC over the course of a wipe
- Max. 8* players in a group, no swapping out members
- Max. 8* players basing together (brief trades exempt)
- Max. 8* players raiding/roaming together
- Neutrality is permitted, alliances are not
- No giving away bases
Neutrality is permitted, where two separate groups do not actively assist each other (in combat or otherwise).
* Each server has a different maximum team limit, so the numbers are just examples.
If reporting a player you suspect of this, please try to supply as much evidence as possible.
Players caught circumventing a ban (game or otherwise) will have their new account(s) banned unless the original ban is reversed.
Hacker/Banned Player Association
If a player is game banned or banned from Loot Island servers for any reason, they are not allowed to evade that ban and play again on a new account. When we catch players doing this they will be banned again for Ban Evasion. Associating with these players on a new account can, and often will, result in a ban for individuals or an entire team depending on the circumstances.
We do not expect people to know the complete history of every individual they play with at any point. That said, when clear and indisputable proof of players helping others evade is available to moderators, the involved player(s) will face a ban from all Loot Island servers as well.
Aggressive behavior is a part of normal gameplay in Rust. Toxic behavior is when someone’s actions start impacting the entire server. A prime example of this would be spamming chat.
Offensive material is a very subjective area. Signs depicting bigotry or offensive slurs may be removed by Moderators without warning, and potentially further action(s) may ensue.
Rust is still very much in development and as such we do not police most glitches that find their way into the game. At this time we restrict playing outside of the intended play zone (such as under the terrain or inside of rocks). Certain exceptions to this rule may be made at moderators discretion.
Real Life Threats
To know the severity of the threat, it is important to understand the context behind the statement. For example, if someone says they’re going to “f*** someone’s mom” in all chat, it’s obvious that’s not a real threat. If the player is talking about tracking them down in real life or swatting them, please report them.
Doxing is the act of releasing the personal information of another player. This can include any real life information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, etc. Players found to be doing this will be evaluated as to the severity, but ultimately, offenses of this nature are grounds for an immediate ban.
Server / Staff Hating
Publicly disparaging Loot Island or its staff is not tolerated and may result in action taken against individuals who do so.
Many of these offenses will receive a warning first, however, some warrant outright bans!