Thankyou for all the positive support on the last application, unfortunately for me it was denied, but I thought I would try again as my love for this community is still burning strong, and it is a goal of mine im very determined to obtain, to become a trial moderator.
I just wanted to make a note that I am no longer developing the DarkRP server, as some of you may of known.
Aside from this my application will be similar, yet updated and more information added, as i really didn't get any negative feedback about my last application.
Steam Name: The Prezzzz
Steam ID: STEAM_0:1:6798643
Steam Profile link: https://steamcommunity.com/id/prezzzz/
In Game Details
In Game Name: Gregis
In Game Rank: Corporal
In Game Regiment: Death Troopers
Time Played (Server Time/Screenshot evidence): (4w/4d/14h)
Applicants History & Reasons
Have you had any warns (If so state them):
I have one warning for DC'ing to avoid arrest (I Was new to SWRP, and didn't understand this concept)
And another for player Dis (Me and a friend were exchanging banter in a bad place)
Have you had any bans (If so state them):
Have you been staff on any other servers or communities (If so state them):
-Emerald Dark RP (Staff Manager)
-Ocean Servers (Owner/Developer)
-Ocicidous Servers (Moderator)
-Oculus DarkRP (Moderator)
(Theres more for sure but these would be the most notable!)
What do you believe is the purpose of Moderators on the server:
My reasoning hasn't differed from last time-
OK. My idea of a moderator might be a little different, and that may be due to my Dark-RP background. I believe players enjoy the server most when there is a consistent flow of RP, and i believe it is a moderators job to tend to this need. Moderators tend to situations and mediate problems, i believe this is most effective when a moderator allows all parties to have a say and fairly dictate a situation. I believe its a moderators job to prevent the minority players, ruining the majority of players experience, by utilizing the tools they are given. I believe a moderator can also Enhance the RP of individuals, from spawning in ships to setting models and body groups. I in the end believe a moderators purpose is to be someone approachable who is always keen to help out, but also wise and mature enough to deal with the disobedient characters that come onto the server.
Why are you applying to be a Trial Moderator:
Once again same as last time.
I love this server, i have never ever played SWRP Before this, i had seen a you-tube video of someone messing around in it so i thought i'd give it a go and i instantly fell in love with the concept, and the community. I feel like this server has given me so much, and i want to give back. I love helping people, like I love it. I like challenges, and being honest, It is not easy being a moderator, you have to keep tabs on a lot of things, and keep a calm head in some situations you really don't want to, and i respect our staff team so greatly for being able to achieve this so consistently and its something i want to develop and match
What do you believe you can bring to the staff team:
Ontop of what i stated last time, im currently done, and graduated from school so I have a bit of time on my hands that I can apply to the server.
A passion for the community, and a dynamic mind that is ready to approach challenges from other angles. I'm extremely active, and i'll bring a dynamic of being on at hours that I usually see no staff/minimal staff on. I work in a team environment, and its nothing i'm not use to, I would thrive working with other staff, and utilize communications. So contradictory to what many think of me, i'm extremely responsible, when i hold a responsibility (Such as t-mod how convenient!), i think this has shown for me in my transition to Galen Erso, i have toned down so much. I know when to take things seriously and as much as a lighthearted bloke as i am, i can knuckle down and focus on a task at hand extremely well.
Someone Mass RDM’s and disconnects from the server. What do you do?:
Straight into the logs, and fetch the steam ID, of the perpetrator, and copy it down somewhere safe. After this i would gather evidence (Videos), and ask for any accounts from community members. (Just because someones killed 5 people it isn't always necessarily Mass RDM). After i have done this, and have acquired enough evidence to satisfy my judgment, i will give out 2 warnings, One for Mass RDM, and another for DC To avoid punishment.
Someone is bullying another member of the community. What do you do?:
Bullying is obviously a serious issue, and i would start by separating both the parties, I would take a story/statement from both sides, and ask for evidence. After this if any community members can confirm/deny these stories i will chat with them, but whilst keeping the possibility of bias into consideration. If i believe the bullying is severe enough, i would defer the situation to the current community manager/owner or an super-admin as by law (Commonwealth Criminal Code, 1955. Division 474, subdivision C. Telecommunications Offences) This is actually a illegal offence, and as an Trial-moderator i feel as if it would be out of my reach to handle. If the case was not severe, i would try to ask the parties to avoid contact, and issue warns where necessary.
You see a higher ranking staff member abuse their powers. What do you do?:
Record as much evidence (Shadow play/Logs/Statements) as possible, as this is the only thing that will ultimately make a difference, after evidence is gathered i would take it upon myself, to not speak to anyone about it and take the evidence/information and provide it straight to the community manager.
Someone threatens to DDOS the server. what do you do?:
Straight up. !steamid. Save the shadow play footage, fetch the name of the perpetrator, and give him an hour ban. This way he can no longer make threats in OOC/COMMS, and i can pass all this information onto a high ranking staff member, Admin+. Most of these threats are entirely baseless, but someone who's going to make these threats obviously has 0 intent to role play, so removing them from the server until someone else can deal with the threat appropriately, in my opinion is a smart decision.