I can't even tell you how many times I've seen somebody log in, finish the tutorial, and randomly start blatantly cursing. 99.9% of the time they don't even bother trying to cover it up and just say the actual curse. Well, why not make a filter that detects actions that to the server should be common sense not allowed.For example, when somebody sends chat; before it gets sent out for everyone to read the server does a check on it that makes sure it doesn't contain any words that it OBVIOUSLY shouldn't contain. The filter doesn't even have to be good or strong, just something common sense like the name suggests. It would stop almost all of the pointless rampages easily. So if the chat message contains any of the obviously disallows words, it prevents the chat packet from being sent out completely so nobody even sees it. We have kids of all ages playing, and IMO to have the kids see the language in the first place shouldn't be allowed. Staff does an excellent job at acting to such cases, but having the kids seeing it at all is already too much; why not stop it in the first place? On top of that, it auto bans them for 10 minutes and it will send a notification to Square for a staff member to look at. Obviously the filter shouldn't be giving out permanent bans for this, because it could mess up. This is why it only bans for 10 minutes and then leaves it up to a staff member to make the final judgement.In addition, if a message is sent out in all caps and it's longer than 3 words; why waste a mod's time to kick them? Have server kick them for caps automatically I've been meaning to suggest this for a really long time, and I told Aikar in game a couple times but yeah.. What do you guys think?