Hello! Sorry for the late response. After you posted your reply, I set myself to the task of compiling several different clips of footage so that a more comprehensive and complete analysis could take place. The final video was posted on the staff Discord and was reviewed by several members of the staff team. With that said, we reached several conclusions that I will explain shortly. Video here
While your claim of lagging is correct, it does not meet all of the requirements to support an unban. Throughout the video, your character freezes at the following timestamps: 0:38, 1:24 - 1:31, 1:38 - 1:45, 2:36 - 2:51, and finally 3:05 - 3:11. Other lag spikes are visible, but we are focusing on these moments where you stop moving entirely. These all share one particular characteristic: they happen as soon as you jump off a block or right when you're about to move from one block to another (in some of them close to the border of said blocks). This characteristic is too repetitive - almost like a pattern - to be considered strictly as a cause of lag.
As you can see in timestamp 1:26, knockback from the arrows that landed on you is completely gone. Even though this does happen with lag, the great majority of times this knockback is registered once recovered from lag, meaning you would've fallen off the blocks into the void. This is repeated again at 1.38 and 2:36 where you completely stop in the air, losing all momentum generated from sprinting forward. The other most common scenario would be being lagged back to your original position, which does not happen during these freezes.
These effects are much likely a clear representation of conflict with Safewalk, which prevents you from going over the mere edge of a block. 2. Breezily bridge
In this part, we will take into consideration two clips: 1:59 to 2:12 and 3:37 to 3:41
In the first clip, your technique of breezily is inconsistent. Several stutters are visible, but the most important ones happen during 2:05 and 2:06 where you stop directly at the edge of the last block placed, almost as if something is preventing you from falling to the void. This same event happens again during 2:09 and 2:10 where you literally stand, while still moving backwards and coming to a perfect stop, at the very corner of the last block. YouTube's frame-by-frame feature, using the < and > keys or the , and . keys depending on your keyboard layout, can be used for even closer analysis.
In the second clip, which is still the strongest element of the evidence, shows yet again a clear depiction of safewalk. Precisely at 3:37 (where you start placing blocks while going backwards and unshifted) up until you finish the bridge you are not breezily bridging but rather godbridging. This technique, specially at the diagonal angle you seem to be using it, is tremendously harder than breezily. It requires a dramatic clicking speed and much more controlled aim since you have to place blocks on a smaller surface target. Regardless of this, the biggest indicator of safewalk happens between 3:37 and 3:39 where you place three wood blocks to the left while looking at a diagonal angle, all of this without falling off. Without a doubt, safewalk is definitely being used. This clip alone is more than enough proof to warrant your ban. 3. Ban Evasion
While the new footage was being analyzed, it came to my attention that a fellow moderator found and banned an alternate account of yours by the name of "SillyPandaGirl". Warzone has zero tolerance for ban evasion regardless of duration, intention, or reason. If you're banned, you are not supposed to join the server under any circumstance. For this final reason, any chances of your appeal being accepted are now inexistent.
With all of the above explained, your appeal remains denied.
This decision is final. I recommend you do not appeal until a few months have passed (at the very least).
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