Here is the current filter message when someone says a phrase like this --> First off, this message is outdated. Accusing players of cheating on its own is no longer mutable and has been merged under spam. The message gives false information. Secondly, the recommended place to reported hackers mentioned in the text is on the website, which I doubt most users would go out of their way to actually record evidence, go to the website, and upload it. It's a waste of a game for nothing and in most cases, the user doesn't be dealt with for a prolonged period. Finally, telling people in the chat there is a hacker is valuable information as it allows users to prepare or get their defense ready to deal with them. I think we should delete the first part of the message and change the recommended reporting zone to be Staffrequest. While it is just a community it's likely the most effective place to get hackers dealt with, as /report and reporting on the forums require time to process, whereas with Staffrequest a moderator can be there within ten seconds. This would also give valuable information to the user who might just think Mineplex is a terrible server with no reasonable way to report hackers fast. I also think that instead of simply blocking the message that it would display the Staffrequest message and then after a cooldown of two or three seconds the message will be sent. This alerts other players in the server of a cheater and gives the necessary information to the user. Finally, the message wouldn't have the ability to be disabled in /prefs. Thanks. Edit: Staffrequest seems to be the major issue with this post and making it official is a whole other beast. While it would be nice to have it as a thing, that isn't what this idea is about. Removing the filter completely would likely be the best way to handle this as reporting on the forums is a task that most people won't do because of slow response time and other antics. Meanwhile, /report is the same gimmick except it's Hero+. While repeatedly hackusating a player is in fact mutable, there aren't any other specialized filters to certain areas of spam so I don't feel this should be any different. As I mentioned before, warning other players of a cheater helps preparation and possibly gives more experienced players the oppurtunity to report to Staffrequest. The argument on whether or not a warning should be had for spam hackusation can go back and forth, but these are my personal thoughts.