I currently have a suicide base on a server. At first it was all wood, surrounded by pillars. Basically unraidable. After about 2 weeks of collecting and saving, I used the server remove tool and took down the wood base and put up a metal copy of it for fun. All was good for awhile, no one tried to build in, no griefers, then last night that all changed. I logged into the game to find myself in the middle of a field with a rock, bandages, and torch. I quickly ran back to my base to see 2 players jumping 3 stories up to a door they had c4’d. Apparently there is some kind of Large Storage Box super jump glitch to jump super high. (I say it was hacks, but back to the story) I notified the admins and owner of the server that Ive been pretty good friends with. After some discussion with the people that jumped in and the owners they claim that because it was a suicide base, it was just as bad as them exploiting/hacking to jump up to the door. They get to keep my stuff and no one gets banned, even though it states in the rules of the server that exploiting will result in an instant ban.
TL;DR version. My suicide base got hacked/glitched into. Am I wrong to think that hacking and exploiting is on a much much worse level than a suicide base using no exploits and the core game mechanics?
I also make a suicide base out of ease of use. Id much rather build a suicide base than a base with 150 metal doors to open and close every time I want to get in and out of my base. They both take close to the same materials, and are basically equally unraidable.
The list of stuff taken is pretty long, including 50 c4, 1500 LQM, tons of guns, ammo, wood, resources, kev.