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  1. Hi All, As some of you are aware there have been some changes to the forum lately. The reasoning behind this is to better manage applications as they are processed helping us reduce the wait times on applications. This is simply because of the increase in Management Staff as we continue to expand with another major announcement coming in the next couple of weeks. We may have even left some spoilers on our current platforms... Who knows. But this has meant for a change which will now be detailed in this post for you to understand. If you have a question post it below and I will try to reply when I can. Please refrain from general chit chat in this post! Application rule changes: 1. Your application when applying should be your best work. With 2 and a half years of examples now available you should be able to see what a quality application looks like. Once submitted this is you putting your best case forward and therefore the support will be instant. 2. +1 and -1 will disappear as it is currently known. Instead, a Poll with Positive and Negative Support will be used so that management can see straight away and provide you a response quicker. This obviously removes neutral - What you should do instead is not vote if you are unsure about something and instead ask a question, or get something clarified before making your decision. Also if you believe that you have information that pertains to why someone should or shouldn't be staff then post it in the application for others to see. For current applications, you do not need to transfer them but it would be highly appreciated by myself. 4. Once submitted all Management Team will receive a notification that a new application has been submitted. With this, we can see the community feedback, Applicants details, and the application immediately. So what you will do now for all applications will be as below: 1. Click on Open Applications on the top of the forum menu bar. 2. Select the appropriate application that you are looking for. Let's say PAC3 on Clone Wars. 3. Fill out all appropriate details for the application, for some fields they will have sanity checks as in the Steam ID and URLs to make sure you have put in appropriate detail. when it comes for images it will give you a nice attachment point. Once completed press "Save". 4. Once submitted all Management Team will receive a notification that a new application has been submitted. With this, we can see the community feedback, Applicants details, and the application immediately. 5. If accepted into the team then Approve will be pressed and you will be moved to the User Group. We will also be looking at one of these for the donation tag so we can process it quicker for members that donate.
  2. Pilot Commander Applications https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNDOJb-5_KohjBNKCpUY4SLgbfkKQ1Rhozft8jQXgStSxyMw/viewform Applications Close 5pm AEDT Saturday 24/02/2018
  3. Alright, so in light of various developments and complaints, MHC is once again looking for secretaries and receptionists to help out around the joint. There's going to be a similar tryout/application process as before, put in an app, do a meeting with me or another member of MHC, get told whether you made it or not. Unlike the previous around of applications though, no previous applicants will be put into consideration unless they apply again. Make sure that you also list what job you want to apply for as there are only 2 receptionist slots and 1 secretary slot. Fill out everything on the application. Put your applications below, the generals will have a look at them (as well as the current members of MHC administration) and that's all I can say for now. Application setup: What is your Steam display name?: What is your current in-game rank and regiment?: How much time have you spent on the server?: How active are you in-game and on the forums?: Do you have any kicks, warnings or bans?: Which job do you want to apply for?: What do you know about Military High Command?: Have you been the commanding officer or acting commanding officer of a regiment or organisation previously?: In your opinion/experience, what is a MHC Secretary/Receptionist and what do they do?: How will being a part of Military High Command benefit us and you?: How good are you at typing?: Do you know how to work a Google Sheets spreadsheet?: What previous experience have you had in an administrative role such as or similar to a secretary?: How much do you pay attention to the in-game chat window?: How serious of a roleplayer are you?: Do you understand/accept that, as a MHC Secretary/Receptionist, you will be undertaking mainly a administrative role and not a combat role?: Do you understand/accept that, as a MHC Secretary/Receptionist, you may not talk about private MHC affairs with any other unauthorised person or organisation?: Do you understand/accept that, as a MHC Secretary/Receptionist, you will undertake the responsibilities of (to some regard) running the Star Destroyer and Imperial Military and bear the consequences of any failures?: --- ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE 22/1/18. SUBMISSIONS THAT ARE LATE, NOT WELL DETAILED OR NOT SERIOUS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Look at this sheet to get the hang of the command structure in the MHC administration team: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1S1OeqNXDdbneUKF0ZTp2tHxfCkpObDV4RlEfoW1J7gc/edit?usp=sharing Good luck Stevo.
  4. Hello to everyone reading this. Recently there has been a large number of applications for both staff and PAC3 for the Imperial Roleplay server that I have wanted to talk about due to a large number of issues within the applications themselves. The first major issue that I have seen is people posting staff applications as a "funny joke" or because "they said to submit an application at debrief". A staff application is not a joking matter and should only be made by those who are actually wanting to apply for the position properly. It is true that the Imperial Roleplay team is looking to expand, but this does not mean that every player on the server has to put in an application just because they can. These is extremely rude and disrespectful to those who are actually, legitimately, applying for staff as it takes the attention away from their applications as everyone else is too busy reading your shitty application and responding to it instead of looking at the proper ones. The second major issue that I wanted to bring up was the fact that a large percentage of recent applications have been made where the applicant has written, in their application, that they do not believe that they are really good enough to actually get the staffing position whether that is because they have had a mingey past, because they haven't put more than five minutes into the application, haven't even had the time to answer all of the questions within the application template properly or because they are too young, immature or have a low playtime. For a player to submit a staff application, they should truly believe in themselves and they should only post it if they think that they have a good chance at actually succeeding in getting the position. I am tired of seeing shitty ten minute applications for trial moderator when the application has written down one to two sentences per question, puts down "valid" prior staffing positions *cough* minecraft *cough* and then at the end of the application write something along the lines of "I don't think that this application will be accepted but I thought that I may as well give it a go". NO, if you do not think that will be accepted then do us all a favour and click that red 'x' button at the top right hand corner of your screen and close your web browser. I am more than certain that posting one of these kinds of applications is only going to fuck up your reputation and your image on the server, rather than actually help it. The third major issue I see, and this is mainly for the Event Master applications, is can applicants actually put more than five minutes into an event and come up with new and unique ideas. I personally and sick and tired of reading applications that have one of the following, stock standard, unimaginative, shitty events. Imperial troops head down to *insert name* to go and hunt the Rebel Forces *insert name* attack the Star Destroyer Undercover *insert name* attack the Star Destroyer Imperial troops head down to *insert name* to track down *insert name* The Star Destroyer is damage and crashes into *insert name*, where the survivors are then attacked by *insert name* These kinds of event ideas have no originality, and if you can not come up with something that isn't one of these five event ideas, you do not deserve to become an Event Master. The only thing that I have seen recently that is worse than one of these five plot points, is someone, on an EVENT MASTER application, stating that they cannot come up with any events at the moment and that if you want some ideas of the events I will run, to go and speak to them in-game. NO, this is not on either. The point of the "write two events that you will run if you get the position" is to allow the community to see easily and clearly what kind of events you are going to run and how you will run them. Events take time to write up, I would know as I was Event Master for at least 5 months. The more detailed you can make your events in your Event Master application, the higher chance you will have for it being accepted. The fourth major issue I have seen in recent times is applicants not proof reading their applications, which would cut down on the number of spelling and grammatical errors, along with making sure that someone else can actually read your application. These things can be as simple as putting full stops and commas down in the correct places, using capital letters in the correct way And Not Typing Your Application Like This, knowing the difference between words such as to, too and two and there, their and they're. I am also tired of seeing lower case I's throughout peoples applications where is should be an upper case. It is these little things that can make or break your application, because people will pick up on it. If you are unable to structure a simple sentence together, you are in so way, shape or form ready to be a staff member on the server. There are also a few smaller issues that I wanted to bring up. When it says "If you have been staff on previous servers, please list them", it is talking about Garry's Mod servers. Things like Minecraft or Roblox staffing experience doesn't matter one bit here due to the nature of the game. Games like ARMA III or serious roleplay games could, however, matter due to the similarities between the server and them (such as being staff on a well-known ARMA III Life server, as it shows that you are mature and can roleplay well). The last minor issue I wanted to bring up was players on the server deciding to post staff applications after they have either been recently warned, banned or unbanned. If you have been warned on the server recently for a valid reason, it means that another staff member has decided that you do not know the rules of the server well enough and that they need to inform other staff members that you do not know this rule and that you have broken it, so if you do it again in the future, they will know. If you have been recently banned on the server it means that the staff members on the server saw it fit to restrict your ability to play on the server as you have broken the rules too many times or have done something completely in the wrong. If you have been recently unbanned, there is a one-month restriction placed upon you that does not allow you to apply for any position within the community whether that be a moderator, event master or for PAC3 access. You being unbanned was because the higher staff members have decided that you have deserved a second chance to play on the server. In saying this, that does not mean that you can apply for a position the moment you can, one month later. It takes time to build back up your reputation within the community. To those who have actually read this far, thank you. Hopefully, I have addressed all of the issues with recent applications and that this should begin to limit these things in future applications. Have a great day
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