Before we begin; hello! and thank you for considering my application. I hope that I'm good enough for the position. Feel free to message me on discord (Johnny Silverhand#3574) if you have any questions, I'm always on it!
A special thank you should also be given to s8ncaat for pulling this application out of the grave (my dumb ass deleted it without saving its contents anywhere, so I couldn't remember what I had in here).
Do you have TS3 Installed?
Indeed. I'm not always on it because I don't really like its layout, but I'm happy to hop on it more if needed
Do you enjoy helping other people?
I do. I don't know if I always do a perfect job of it, but I do really love helping people (maybe too much, lmao)
Are you willing to test your stress?
I'm willing to do whatever is required of me
Are you willing to learn new ways to approach situations?
Much like I said earlier, I'm more than willing to do whatever the job requires!
Do you have a problem with any of our current staff members?
Nope. You're all great!
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How known are you on a scale of 1-10 (10 being everyone knows you):
I've been told before that I'm not super well known. This would be an issue. However, I believe, that my position as a medic has really helped me see the community in a different light. When you're spending your time in events tending to other people, you really get a sense of the connection that this community shares. This has helped me to stop seeing everyone as a bunch of losers on a silly roleplay server, but rather an actual living, breathing community. This, in-turn, has given me a new feeling of humility (I think). I used to not take the community seriously which lead to mingy behaviour, now I appreciate them much more and, as such, minge a hell of a lot less
I care less about my rank and reputation. If I'm perceived as a cool guy, and am making a positive impact, than I couldn't be happier.
That being said, however, what better way to earn a good reputation than by being an incredibly helpful trial moderator? What better way is there of showing people that you are a really nice dude who's willing to help in any scenario? But, most importantly of all, what better way is there to give back to the community for the many wonderful times I've had on the server?
How will you becoming a moderator make an impact on the community?
I'm hoping that I can make a positive impact on the community. I'm about fairness (in any situation) and I'm willing to dig around to find what's truthful and fair on as many people as possible. I'm also a decently long-time member (I joined 187th back when Viking was on the server), so I'm not suddenly about to minge/screw around.
Do you use our Teamspeak server often?
No, but that has nothing to do with the community. As I stated above, I'm not a fan of TS's interface and find it awkward and clunky. But, like I also said above, I'm willing to get on it more if needed
1. A user is RDMing and Insulting other users. You are the only staff available to deal with the situation. What do you do?
Bring the person to a secluded location, with the bring command, and have a conversation with them. Tell them to stop what they are doing and tell them that they will be warned if they do not comply. Then, keep a watchful eye on them and make sure that they don't do that kinda thing again (giving them the warn if they do).
2. A group of users have confronted you and explain how another user was breaking some server rules earlier (RDMing and Climb SWEP abusing). The users threaten that they want immediate action otherwise they will leave the server. What do you do?
First; I'd tell them to calm down and describe the situation clearly. Then, I would go and investigate the matter to see if their accusations are true. If they are; I would warn the person and tell them not do it again (in a similar manner to the way described above). If they aren't; I would warn the accusers for lying to a staff member and give them a stern talking to (once again, in a similar was as described above).
3. A user has threatened to DDos and take down the server. What do you do?
I would remain calm and kick the user, if they come back and keep making the same threats I would proceed to ban them. There should be no tolerance for those kinds of threats, but caution should certainly be taken as the person making said threats could just be making stupid jokes that aren't funny.
4. A Commander and Lieutenant are arguing in front of debrief. It is getting quite heated. The context to the argument is unknown to you. What do you do?
Use the bring command to take them to a secluded location and ask them to explain the situation one at a time. I would then deal with said situation accordingly (maybe warn one of them if they deserve it, tell them both to calm down because it's nothing, etc. - this would vary on what the argument's about). Once it had been dealt with, I would tell both of them that we don't tolerate heated arguments in the middle of debrief and that there will be serious consequences should they do it again.
5. A Cadet has been complaining and wandering around because he hasn't been trained yet. He seems like a minge to you and you're not sure if he is really here to play. What do you do?
I would first go to the cadet and talk to them to try and gauge whether or not they're actually a minge (asking them questions like; "are you really here to play seriously", "do you really care", etc.). If they seem to just be joking around a little, I would make sure someone comes and trains them and then let them go. If they weren't being serious (or if they seemed like they were and then suddenly started being mingy again) I would kick them from the server. If they then came back and started doing the same stuff, I would ban them. There should be no tolerance for mingy behaviour. I'm not for wasting the time of anyone who is sergeant or above, they've already got plenty to deal with within their own regiment
Thanks again for considering my application. I hope that I've impressed with the scenarios and such, and I hope I get the position. Have a nice day / afternoon / night.