I was having a conversation with some staff members about some of the features of EMC that have been disallowed possibly being outdated.At least some of them seemed sure that invisibility potion no longer allowed griefers to get away with their crimes since you all track most griefing behavior anyway. Another player seeing someone grief isn't even used as evidence for taking action. If we can't be made invisible to others, maybe it is possible to separate that function from being invisible to mobs. I'm no video game coder.Also, now that TNT is allowed in town and elsewhere, I was wondering if it was possible to reconsider allowing fire charges, at least in town if nowhere else. I've never actually used fire charges for destruction (I should go play with them in single player), so I'm not sure if those should ever be revisited for use in the frontier. However, they are an easy way to relight nether portals since there is no source of iron in the nether, but coal and magma cream are mob drops.Last on my list (also first; I've posted this one before): name tags.Creepers no longer blow up any blocks, enderman only pick up dirt and a few other blocks, and zombies are a bunch of wusses. Monsters are pretty harmless, these days.Are there reasons name tags can't be used on any hostile mobs? I'm sure it would be super easy to track who name tagged 100 enraged creepers in the middle of someones village if something ridiculous (and expensive!) like that were to happen. Actually, let's not name tag enraged.