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Community Guidelines


MCToolkit has a diverse community with members all over the world. Not everyone will have the same point of view. We have some guidelines when it comes to using our services that all members must follow at all times. We hold the right to change, update, add, remove, or modify the guidelines at any point in time with or without notification to our community. We also request that your read our Terms Of Service and Content Guidelines.


Posting Language

We ask that all members post their comments, messages, and posts using the English language. Most of our moderators speak English, and it can better moderate. We may remove the content from our sites or ask the member to edit the message.

General Conduct

All members must be respectful to some degree to all other members when using our services. Not doing so may result in a warning or suspension for the member’s account.


Trolling is an internet term given to people that post messages or content in the hopes of causing a negative reaction. Their general actions are to cause potential conflict between two or more people or groups that share different points of view. We respect freedom of speech and freedom of expression. Trolling messages will be removed and a warning may be given.

Harassment & Bullying

MCToolkit does not stand by bullying or harassment. Doing so can result in an account suspension with all content removed made by the account. Please contact us if you have been a victim of harassment or abuse on our sites. We will investigate the issues and take appropriate action.


MCToolkit has a diverse age group with that we do not allow any profanity on our site. We want to keep the community a safe place for all our members regardless of their age or geological location. You can help us reach this goal by not using profanity.

Sexual conduct

Regarding sexual content, we do not allow anyone to post sexual content on our sites or services. We will be removing such messages or content from our sites.

Inappropriate conduct

Regarding inappropriate content, this can be anything that can be not safe for the workspace. Examples of some conduct are promoting or discussing substance abuse, criminal actives, or telling others to harm themselves or others, and so on.


The material term spam (spamming), is the act of posting content or messages to clutter places other people are reading. For instance, typing, random keys (1flalshtyocx1398!!!!) would be one example of spam. Another example would be repeating emojis or words (me me me me me). Content related could be posting the same mod twice.


Advertisements for other products or services are not allowed on our sites. We will be removing content such as this as soon as we are aware of the post. For example, creating content or posting comments with the intent to gain traffic to external sites or services you or others provide and result in a warning or a suspension for your account on our services.

If you would like to promote a product or service, feel free to contact us to discuss this with the team.

Community Events


  1. Unofficial events must be free for all people to participate; or must not limit access to participate or both.
  2. Unofficial events must not be unlawful, deceptive, obscene, harmful or disparaging.
  3. Unofficial events must not make people think that an event is an official event of Minecraft or MCToolkit.
  4. Unofficial events must not participate in actions that can harm or damage the Minecraft or MCToolkit brand.
  5. Unofficial events must not include anything else that makes people think what you are doing is official; approved or endorsed by us; or associated or connected with us;
  6. Unofficial events hosts must request that all entries submitted for a contest are made public; unrestricted and free after the event has ended.
  7. Unofficial events must set a starting and ending date of when the event will take place.
  8. Unofficial contents must not be bios when reviewing entries.
  9. Unofficial events must be overseen by a moderator, team manager or admin.
  10. If there is a prize for the unofficial event of value, a member of the administration must be made aware of it.


MCToolkit is not held liable for what happens during; before or after unofficial events. All hosts must follow our guidelines to have their event promoted on our Twitter accounts. Any prizes; gifts; rewards or earnings should be known to the community that it is not MCToolkits responsibility to distributed prizes; gifts; rewards or earnings. If events claim to have prizes; gifts; rewards or earnings and it was never distributed then the host that hosted the event will be blacklisted from future promotion of events or if the host violates our guidelines they will be blacklisted from future promotion of events. We hold the right to edit; remove or add to the guidelines or the disclaimer at any time.