If you feel pain, you are alive as a natural being; if you face injustice, you are alive as a social being. A pleasure of open virtual worlds is that they create a feeling of virtual social reality. One of the main bricks of this reality may find short expression in "virtual world, real feelings" phrase.
What might be the reason for removing a 4-hours-of-play newbie from a virtual community? I am not aware of any wrongs of my side. Maybe the community thought that I committed an infringement. But to be aware of this, I should have known rules in advance.
All of this raises some good questions of virtual law (2), and serves as an argument for considering virtual worlds as models of social reality. The relevant legal principles are morality of law and due process. Would you agree with the idea that such principles can be applied in a virtual world?