So, a question has been posted recently about exploiting glitches in Minecraft; which is effectively cheating.
The base rule for Arqade is that we do not support this in Multiplayer games.
I don't care about cheating in single-player games / game modes at all, but cheats in multiplayer games (including using external programs like wallhacks and such) are absolutely deplorable, and I would hate to see this site turn into a place where you can get answers to questions regarding cheats in multiplayer games.
However, Minecraft is a bit of a grey area. There are many different ways to play this in Multiplayer, sometimes with the simple push of a button.
This particular question does state that it is in the situation of a multiplayer game, and the reasons for closing use this as a valid reason. The OP has clearly stated they want to cheat in a multiplayer setting, which we do not support.
However, by simply removing a few words, does this make it ok?
There have been other questions about cheating in games that have been deemed fine - as they are not able to be played in multiplayer settings - games that do not have multiplayer capacity, or games that no longer have servers to support this.
So the question is: Regardless of whether or not the OP has stated their situation, should cheating be automatically off-topic for games that can be played in a multiplayer setting?