It is pretty obvious recently there have been several instances of players taking advantage of certain things to gain an advantage over other players in the game that are following rules and abiding by them. In some instance, players doing this have been reported, and what action was taken against them, if any, we may never know. Some of these same players reported, however, have been seen still taking advantage of the game in a similar manner several days latter... which makes some question if anything has been done to resolve the issue. Some examples discipline, or lack thereof that I reference here are those that are speed hacking, or the recent ban/unban hammer that was levied, as well as those that repeatedly use some manner of cheating to circumvent game mechanics that was not intended to be done. For the integrity of the game, I implore the DEVs to create a three strikes and your out rule. Anyone caught gaming/cheating the TOS, or somehow manipulating fair game play, would be given three opportunities to either clean up their act, or receive a permaban as a result of their refusal to abide by the rule of law that is supposed to govern us all. Players would be given three opportunities, the first violation would be a warning, the second, a nice little vacation, but the third strike, would be a permanent lock on the account with little to no opportunity to see it undone. Each strike could be imposed for any offense, so if you were caught speed hacking, It would be strike one, money glitching or item duplication, you're now at strike two, circumventing mechanics with a clown box, caught again, strike three your out! The strikes would not reset, it would be up to the player to play fairly or face the results when caught cheating. This kind of stuff has gone on for far too long, and in my opinion, not enough has been done to keep the playing field level for all of us. Thanks for the long read. Don't forget to give the thumbs up if you are tired of the cheating being overlooked, and demand they do something about it.