I'm not necessarily trying to give hate to anyone, but you did literally just bring up an argument that I already covered in the OP, and already explained why it's not a good one. Firstly, obviously no one is expecting the person who added them to start rule breaking. If someone randomly sends me a FRIEND request, I'm not expecting them to call me a ni***r once I accept it. I mean it's literally called a friend request. Yes obviously you shouldn't just accept random friend requests but some people just don't know better or like to have a lot of people on friends list. That still doesn't mean that this behavior should be allowed. And even if you remove them, they still said what they said and harassed the player. ALL rules should be punishable in private chats. If they're going to report you for it then it's obviously not taken as a joke and you shouldn't be saying it to them anyways. I never really thought of it until @forgranted mentioned it, but there really is no valid argument that can be made against "punishable if reported". I get that this was added for like friends just messing around, but the way they chose to handle it has made it absurdly abuse-able. Can literally add anyone as a friend and tell them to kill themselves, even you or other staff. And you obviously wouldn't expect it, so why should everyone else? This rule is basically encouraging massive toxicity, and telling players to expect it from everyone. I'm not 100% certain on the inappropriate behavior rule regarding staff, but technically even a staff member could add someone to call them a n-word, and still be fully within the server rules.