Yesterday night, while I was playing SSM, I was suddenly banned by a staff member with the reason of "bhopping", which resulted in a 40 day ban. I appealed, and surprisingly was unbanned, but I felt as though I barely had enough evidence to prove my innocence. The fact that something as simple as triple-jumping and other advanced movement techniques resulted in a ban that I was barely able to prove as illegitimate is a huge problem, at least to me. At this point, I feel the need to record every game I play, just in-case an inexperienced staff member decides that what I'm doing isn't legit. It's their word against mine, and the appeal team has faith that the moderator who delivered the ban was right about what they did. I could've been banned for 40 days over nothing. I really do think the staff team needs to be trained better with recognizing things like this instead of being able to hand out bans like that. Yes, I know, "mistakes happen", but that doesn't excuse the fact that people could be banned for months unfairly and not have anything to prove their innocence. The guy who banned me wasn't even a trainee, it was a trained mod, and they definitely should've known better. I'm sorry for the rant, but at this point I feel extremely upset with what happened, and I don't feel like I'm safe from the ban-hammer anymore. What if I hadn't have had those games recorded right before my ban? I would've had it denied, and it would've gone on my record, making people think I hacked. Just please train your staff better to recognize stuff like this.