Do you have Teamspeak 3 Installed?
Do you enjoy helping other people?
Are you willing to test your stress?
Age? (Minimum of 14 years of age.):
List your current playtime (Minimum of 80 Hours): (Click Here)
Over 1000. Played since April 2019.
Are you willing to learn new ways to approach situations?
Do you have any active warns?
Do you have a problem with any of our current staff members?
Steam Profile Link:
Current in game alias / rank:
Captain A-77 'Fordo' - Highest
How known are you on a scale of 1-10 (10 being everyone knows you):
How will you becoming a moderator make an impact on the community?
I've always tried my best to help other people, and staff is the next step for me.
Do you believe you're able to deal with individuals and situations in a completely unbiased manner?
Do you use our Teamspeak server often?
Do you understand that as a member of the Staff Team, your position may be subject to change and / or termination should you not be performing to the degree stipulated?
Yes, of course.
1. A user is RDMing and insulting other users. You are the only staff available to deal with the situation. What do you do?
I would first analyse the data by checking "/logs" as this would tell me if the ticket is true. Based off the information shown, I would travel to a secluded location, where I can perform a sit, then "!bring (Accuser)" and question them about it calmly. Once I'd finished hearing their side of the story before I would "!bring (Accused)" and calmly ask if they had RDM'd this player intentionally, or accidentally.
Intentional: If the trooper had admitted to intentionally killing the player, out of anger/annoyance, I would close the sit by "!return (Accuser)" then proceed to check the (Accused) history of warns through "!warns". If the (Accused) had multiple intentional RDM warns, I would give them a "!warn (name) Intentional RDM, multiple warnings", if however they had no previous warnings, I would give them a firm verbal warning, saying that any further offenses will result in a warning.
Unintentional: If the trooper had unintentionally killed the player, I would bring both troopers together and let them know that RDM is a warn able offense, and let them both go their own ways by saying that it was accidental. If the (Accuser) protests my decision, saying it was intentional, I'd calm them down and say that this was the final verdict, as not enough evidence can be provided.
2. A user has contested a warn you have given him and proceeds to verbally abuse you, what do you do?
If the trooper was contesting a warn to me, through chat, I would "!bring (Name)" to a secluded location, and tell them that this won't be tolerated. I would calmly ask that if they have any issues with the staff team, to keep it away from other troopers and take it to either the staff member, or the head admin. I would also tell them politely that any form of harassment towards staff is completely unacceptable. If the trooper proceeded to disrespect me, despite my warning, I would take action, "!bring (Name)" staff disrespect is completely unacceptable and is a rule on the server. If at any point the trooper was refusing to cooperate, I'd end the sit and give them another "!warn (name) extreme staff disrespect".
If the player continued to argue against my decision and was making a scene, I would "!kick (Name)". If the abused continued, I would give them a final "!warn (name) extreme staff disrespect" and then "!ban (Name) 30m Staff disrespect".
3. A user has threatened to DDos and take down the server. What do you do?
If I was the only staff member on and a T-Mod, I would straight away "!kick (Name)" and forward all evidence (screenshots/video) to a senior staff member to deal with ASAP.
EDIT: Given my powers, if I was able to remove the player for a longer period, I would "!ban (Name) 0 DDoS threats" and forward the evidence to a senior staff member in case they wish to review or protest my decision.
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?
I would begin by giving the troopers a heads up that they are the leaders of the server, and arguing in a briefing is one of the worst places they should be acting up. If CG doesn't deal with it, I would "!bring (Commander )" "!bring (Lieutenant)" to a secluded location, then proceed with a normal staff sit. I would calm both troopers down, get enough information from them to create a decision. Standard sit procedure, I would remain calm and unbiased in the situation and make sure that the situation is resolved and I'd done my job before "!return (Commander )" "!return (Lieutenant)".
5. A Cadet has been complaining and wandering around because he hasn't been trained yet. He doesn't appear to have any intent to role play. What do you do?
I would begin by scrolling through chat, making sure that I was sure of the cadets actions. Once I had decided, I would "!goto (Cadet)" and ask them why they had been running around the base, if they gave me a smart-arse response, I would know that they had no intent to role play. I would then take them to the cadet training room, and not react to their attempts to muck around. I would train the cadet and then politely let them know that we take role play very seriously, and how they acted prior to the training was unacceptable. I would tell them that they should not attempt to bring down another players time on the server and ruin the game for them.
If they were compliant with my orders, I would ask for a SGT+ to head to the cadet room, or choose one from random. If during the cadet training they decided to act up again, I would intervene, and give them a verbal warning, if they continued, I would "!warn (name) Refusal to do cadet training, no intent to RP" if this acting up continued despite multiple warnings, I would "!kick (Name)" which will let them know that they need to cut the mingy behavior. If it ever escalated, and multiple warnings had been handed out, I would "!ban (Name) 1d Come back when you're ready to role play".