The Shackled Craft Vote Has Ended

The shackled craft vote has finally come to an end, and the results are in. After months of campaigning and deliberation, the final outcome is that the shackles will remain in place for another five years. This decision was not an easy one for the voting panel, as there were many passionate arguments on both sides. However, in the end, the majority felt that the benefits of keeping the shackles in place outweighed the risks of removing them. What does this mean for the future of crafting? Only time will tell. For now, we can only hope that this decision will lead to positive changes for all involved.

The Craft Vote has ended and the results are in

The Shackled Craft Vote Has Ended

We want to give a huge thank you to everyone who voted for us, as well as all of our supporters who helped spread the word about the vote. This would not have been possible without you.


The Shackled Team

Who won the Craft Vote?

The Craft Vote has come to an end, and the winner is… us!

We won because we understand that the system is rigged against us. We won because we showed up in droves to vote, despite being told time and time again that our voices didn’t matter. We won because we refuse to be silenced or ignored.

This was a hard-fought battle, but it was worth it. Now, more than ever, it’s important that we continue to fight for what’s right. We can no longer afford to be complacent; we must stay engaged and keep fighting for the future of our country.

What this means for the future of the craft industry

This newfound freedom will allow crafters to explore new techniques and materials, resulting in unique and one-of-a-kind creations.

This is an exciting time for the craft industry, as it is now free to grow and evolve. We can expect to see more handmade goods entering the market, as well as an increase in small businesses specializing in crafting. This growth will create new opportunities for aspiring crafters, and help to keep the craft industry alive and thriving.

On the first day, voting took place from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and on the second day, voting took place from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. To register, voters had to provide their name, email address, and physical address.

What the vote was about

The vote was about whether to allow the use of magic in combat.


The Shackled Craft vote has ended, and we have a winner! Thank you to everyone who voted and participated in this event. The winning server will receive a free month of premium membership, as well as a custom rank badge to show off to their players. Congratulations to the winning server, and we hope everyone had fun taking part in the event.

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