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Submit an Appeal

Learn how to remove a punishment on your account.

If you are banned, there is a couple of possible reasons for it:

  1. You commited a real world trading offence. Acts like these hurt the game and will lead to its eventual downfall and shutdown. Imagine if everyone rwted instead of making payments to the game, how are the bills and development costs going to be paid?
  2. You hacked another player by changing their password or you logged into another player's account and stole their wealth. 
  3. You doxed or scammed multiple times.
  4. You chargedback/reversed a payment you made to Dawntained.


How to get unbanned?
Give 15m Osrs gp to any Moderator on Discord https://discord.gg/3uVTg4W 
Buy the Osrs gp from here https://www.dawntained.com/osrs/
Once you have paid, the Moderator will unban you and you can play Dawntained again. But please do not break anymore rules!

Please remember that all bans are final and have been investigated properly.
Creating an appeal against a ban is not allowed and your thread will be locked.


If you are Ip-muted/Gambling banned:

If you are Ip-muted or gambling banned for more than 3 weeks, you have an option to pay 10m Osrs to any Moderator on discord to have the punishment lifted. https://discord.gg/3uVTg4W


Other information:

  • If you have been hacked and your account was punished due to the hacker committing a crime on your account, it cannot be removed for free, we do not have the logs to prove that you were hacked, sorry about this.


Create a thread

To create a Submit an Appeal thread, please register a forum account and create a thread here using the correct format https://www.dawntained.com/forum/forum/24-submit-an-appeal-threads/
It will take up to 24 hours to get a reply to your thread.
DO NOT create an appeal if your account is banned, all bans are final and have been carried out with great investigation.

Punished account name:
Punishment type and length left:
Please write your apology and ensure us that you will not break a server rule in the future:

Any additional comments/questions:
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