I'm not sure if this goes here or in the idea discussion place so feel free to move it if this isn't where it belongs So I have 6 warnings in game, all of them for chat infractions. Anyways, when I use /ph to check them in game, there are some that don't give a clear reason for why I got that punishment. They say the date of the punishment and what rule I broke, but they don't say how I broke it. I think this is annoying because how am I supposed to know why I got the warning when it doesn't say? And even more importantly, how am I supposed to know if it was a valid reason? Yes, I know that I can go get a staff to go check for me, which I have done in the past. However, I think it would be a whole lot less of a hassle for both me and the staff member if it would just say the reason for my warning in the /ph. Also don't say that is is impossible to type this for a punishment in game. I know this is not true because 2 of my 6 warnings actually do say a specific reason- they quote my chat so I know EXACTLY what I did wrong. But on the other 4, it doesn't say what I did wrong. It should be a requirement for them to quote what I said wrong in chat if they are going to give me a punishment for a chat violation. If they would simply enter what I did wrong while they're assigning me a punishment, then it would take less time and I wouldn't have to waste another person's time by getting them to check for me. Before you comment "but u should know why you got your warning" Let me just say that is wrong. For a chat warning, there are many things I could have said to have triggered the warning, but maybe only one true reason why the warning was given.