Recently there was a case between Jeffstinsons and Mattisbak. I wasn't involved and I might not have all the info, but from what Jeff said in chat, from what I hear is that the interpretation of the rule had changed from how it was treated in the past. from what Jeff told me, Mattisbak and Jeff were trading a commandblock protX for an invis cloak or 5 stacks of db, and that mattisbak told jeff it was worth 5 stacks of db. and because the interpretation of the market by staff, they considered this a scam ?????? and not only rolled back the trade on mattisbak but gave him punishment. so in summary, mattisbak was punished for highballing during a trade. by this logic half of red and definitely myself should be permabanned by now in the past the /rule 6 about no scamming during trades was only interpreted as meaning that you cannot tpkill or pvp kill someone when you were telling them it was a trade. not for charging them a bad price or even telling them possibly incorrect subjective values of items, which in this case wasnt even true, commandblock protX rares are many, but mattisbak was currently the only one selling it to my knowledge. I would personally value them at 2 stacks, 5 seems high, but since he was the only one selling it he could have asked whatever he wanted honestly. the market is supply and demand and prices are subjective. to say he scammed and then punish him is ridiculous. I just lowballed someone for a player tracker, only paid them one stack of db when it was worth 3 stacks easily. should I be punished?