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  1. Developers, Specific Bannable Offenses Rule #7 Reads in part: "we do not ban for team-killing" Why is there no ban for serial team-killers? I understand the need to not report people you simply don't like, but intentional team-killing seems to be a different issue all together. I have video of three separate players in one night, intentionally killing multiple people in-game and in doing so, they destroyed two matches completely. In one case, I got him to admit it on video, and the other two are seen laughing and joking about killing others as they are doing it. This seems to be becoming a more common problem and it ruins the experience of the game. Toxic players are capitalizing on the fact that this is, as of yet, not a bannable offense. Please consider doing one of the following: 1. Include Intentional team-killing as a bannable offense, requiring proof of intent along with video in order to qualify for ban. 2. Create an in-game "reputation" system where other players can rate 1-5 stars and also click on a reason for the rating like cheating/exploits/team-kill/abusive, etc. and allow people in Public Lobby to check a box to avoid being matched with such players. With how much intentional-team-killing ruins the game, I'm surprised there is no recourse. -Espionage Cosmo