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  1. # ... Entering alias # ... Alias accepted # ... Enter secret # ... Secret enabled # ... Access granted to Inquisitorus database GENERAL INFORMATION Full Name: Khai Known Alias’/Nicknames: Khai Previous Occupation: Jedi Guardian | Clan leader Current Occupation: Inquisitorus Acolyte Known Languages: Twi'lek / Ryl - Galactic Basic - Sy Bisti - Huttese Hobbies: Droids, tinkering with ships, flying and piloting. Learning about ship weaponry, kinetic weapons, and constructing their own items and tools. Alignment: # … ERROR…. DATA INCOMPLETE PSYCHOLOGICAL INFORMATION Mental State: Unstable Mental Disabilities: Stemming from corruption during their Youngling trials, Khai has a shard of dark side energy nestled within, further corrupting their behaviours and thoughts. Likes: Power, freeing others from slavery, relying upon themself Dislikes: Help from others, reliance on supplied equipment, slavery, weakness PHYSICAL INFORMATION/DISABILITIES Physical State: Three massive jagged scars criss-cross Khai's body, stretching from arm to leg, neck to pelvis and one vertical across his face. Apart from those scars, Khai is fighting fit and remains muscled and toned when not deployed in a combat theatre. Age (current): 26 Weight: 60kg Build: Khai is a Twi'lek, with a height of 1.6 meters. They remain fit and toned, not allowing any excess weight to build up. Disabilities: N/A Appearance: With green pigmented skin common to their species, Khai shares a common appearance to most female Twi'leks. They remains fit and toned, not allowing any excess weight to build up. Khai commonly wears leather wraps and armour, tanned and well worn as to not prevent acrobatic movement and to still be able to take some hits. However, they are forced to wear the bulkier Inquisitor armour over the leather wraps, which does hinder movement. ENTRY INTO THE INQUISITOROUS PROGRAM During the Purge, Khai was on a special deployment with Master Kruger Zakila on the contested planet of Anaxas. Due to the nature of their mission, there was a complete communications blackout with the local Jedi and Clone forces. On return to their designated Republic outpost, AT-TEs and AT-RTs were used to ambush the two Jedi, with the first round fired being from the mass-driver cannon of the AT-TE, which utterly obliterated the Ewok Master Kruger Zakila. Over the next 60 planetary rotations, Khai was hunted across the continent by numerous LAAT/i’s outfitted for search operations and CSF police gunships with complements of the Coruscant Guard Tracker Unit. The Tracker Unit was trained in utilisation of Mastiffs, which made Falynn’s escape and evasion methods much more difficult. Eventually, Khai had managed to enter into the city of Kariek. There, they had snuck aboard a slaver ship that was destined for Ryloth; with the Republic in ruin and the Empire still without complete dominance, slavery had returned in full-force to many Outer-Rim planets. Once aboard the YV-865 Aurore-class freighter, Falynn slowly hunted and stalked the crewmembers, dispatching them one-by-one by her silver-bladed lightsaber. This was one of the first actions that initiated the corruption of Falynn. Once the Aurore-class freighter had reached Ryloth, Khai directed the freighter to land at their homeland, of the Tezmigim clan in the Tann province. For years, Falynn managed to hide their identity and force-sensitivity from those outside the Tezmigim clan. However, this did not last forever. During a Gutkurr attack on the clann, Khai was forced to utilise their lightsaber to defend the clan’s children. Unfortunately for Khai, an Imperial Probe Droid was supervising the attack, due to these particular Gutkurr’s in the process of being trained to hunt down remote civilian populations. Upon hearing of the presence of a Jedi, The Grand Inquisitor sent for three Vindicator-class heavy cruisers and a further complement of 4 Gozanti-class armed transports, each outfitted with two AT-DPs. Upon arrival and deployment of the AT-DPs, The Grand Inquisitor gave Khai a choice. To join the ranks of the Inquisitors and bring order to the Galaxy, or die along with their clan. Khai accepted. Upon transport up to the lead Vindicator heavy cruiser, The Grand Inquisitor ordered the village be raised by turbo-laser fire. Before being knocked unconscious, the last thing Khai had seen was the nursery detonating from a precision strike. Khai was transferred to an Inquisitor training facility, there, they had learned how to harness their hatred for other Inquisitors to further their own aims. Now, Khai has been deployed along with the ISD Chimera to assist with the suppression of Rebels, Pirates, and tasked with the hunting down of other Jedi. ACTIONS PRIOR TO INQUISITOROUS PROGRAM # … ERROR…. DATA INCOMPLETE… RETRIEVING DATA FROM JEDI ARCHIVES # … Entering alias # … Alias accepted # … Enter secret # … Secret enabled # … Access granted to Jedi databse BASE JEDI RECORDS Highest achieved rank: Knight Chosen Pathway: Guardian Previous Master: Master Kruger Zakila Combat Style: During their service in the Jedi Order, Khai had utilised Form V ‘ Djem So’. Djem So is naturally an acrobatic form, Khai's Twi'lek attributes naturally enhance the aggressive form, allowing for deadly ariel strikes. This form was chosen partly due to tendencies to root out weakness in their enemies. The practicality of this form grew with the Clone Wars, allowing for aggressive forward pushes into enemies. Lightsaber Details: # … UNAVAILABLE # … ERROR…. DATA INCOMPLETE… RETRIEVING DATA FROM MARK IV ARCHITECT DROID # … IDENTIFICATION CODE: HUYANG … LOCATION: CAPTURED JEDI VESSEL CRUICIBLE Lightsaber Details: Khai uses a fairly basic but slightly ornate variant of the original padawan hilt. The hilt however has small crystalised flora embedded in the hilt, there is also Twi’lek scripture engraved in gold writing flowing around the hilt. LIFE BEFORE THE ORDER HISTORY PRIOR TO THE ORDER Falynn Kimaris was born on the arid world of Ryloth in the year 33 BBY, 19 years before the beginning of the ‘Clone Wars’. Khai was born into the Tezmigim tribe, one of the larger tribes in the Tann province. The Twi’lek’s in their tribe were often preyed upon by Gutkurrs, predatory insectoids that when lack plant sustenance, turn to meat and Twi’leks. In one deadly attack, most of their tribe’s leadership was wiped out by an Alpha Gutkurr, leading several other adult Gutkurrs to savage the rest of their tribe. Leaderless, the tribe descended into anarchy, with Twi’lek turning against Twi’lek. In one confrontation, both of Khai's parents were cut down by looters; the parents trying to protect both Khai and Limbus from said scum and villainy. The looters took Khai, selling the childto a life of slavery. At the age of 8, after many years of being handed from master to master, Khai came in contact with the Jedi Master Aayla Secura, who freed Khai along with other slaves, being transported in a transport after being sold at a slave auction on a station orbiting of Ryloth’s moons. Sensing Khai's force potential, Aayla took Khai and their brother, Limbus, to the Jedi temple to begin their training YOUNGLING RECORDS As a Youngling, Khai got kidnapped by an unknown Dark Side influence, taking herself and two other younglings, Pea and Luke Skyline, from the Jedi temple, taking them all to a secretive Dark Side nexus. Once captured, the Dark Side object conducted a ritual bleeding of the younglings, leaving a shard of dark side influence in young Khai, that stayed with her into his adolescent and adult years. That dark side influence made the naive, kind youngling into a cunning and cynical force user, forever fearful of the Dark Side influence that kidnapped her as a child. PADAWAN RECORDS After passing their gathering, Khaijoined the Guardians as a Jedi Padawan, constructing their own lightsaber, with a blue crystal. Not long after,, a newly minted Jedi Knight Kruger Zakila took Khai under his wing, teaching her all he knew of the force and its intricacies. They spent a lot of time training and joking together, and although Khai was not naturally a good pilot, or even an adequate one, Kruger worked hard to make sure their skills were up to scratch. Khai had hated themself for not being able to excel at all tasks, but Kruger had taught the lesson that learning does not mean weakness, but strength in the persistence and character building shows true inner strength With Khai's cynicism came a distrust of any object that they themself had not overseen construction of. As such, they stole away in the dead of night to construct his own Jedi fighter, using the chassis of an old, decrepit Z-95 Headhunter, pairing it with a Y-Wing’s concussion missile ports and armaments and with an astromech droid of their own. Khai named the ship after legends and old tales of a vicious predator from a distant planet, the Alligator. However, despite their natural tendencies to get things to work, Khai never got the torpedo’s too, they just serve as a deterrent to those wishing harm upon their starfighter. With comfort and long distance travels in mind,, the Alligator Fighter has padded seats and a better than average hyperdrive, not needing a hyperspace ring that the ETA-2’s and Delta’s require. Prior to deployment into the Clone Wars, Khai had won the prestigious ‘Silver Saber’ tournament, winning a rare white crystal by beating the other Padawans in the Padawan bracket. KNIGHT RECORDS # … UNAVAILABLE # … ERROR…. DATA INCOMPLETE… ATTEMPTING TO RETRIEVE DATA # … ERROR … DATA NOT AVAILABLE RELATIONSHIPS Dead | Death Wish | Hatred || Disliked | Untrusted | Indifferent | Acquaintance | Liked | Friend | Best Friend | Dead | CF-99 Hunter. When Khai was kidnapped and brutally cut up during a scout mission on Anaxas, they were 30 seconds away from bleeding out on the Medbay floor. A quick acting CF-99 Hunter patched some bandages over Khai's wounds, barely saving the Jedi from being one with the force. Ever since, Khai has seen Hunter as their best friend, as Hunter saved them from certain death. Dead | Master Kruger Zakila. Khai had formed a close bond with their Master, stemming form years of fighting together in the Clone Wars. It is unknown how his death impacted Khai. Untrusted | Inquisitors. Falynn had never trusted the Inquisitors as they felt as if they relied too much on the equipment and tools of others, and never took it upon themselves to understand why their equipment worked. Death Wish | The Grand Inquisitor. Falynn saw their entire clan and way-of-life obliterated as a lesson. They will never forget the events, nor the hatret for the person who committed them. Indifferent | Jedi Order. Khainever hated the Order, but did feel as if the Jedi Order had failed the galaxy through their blindness to the truth of the level of galactic-wide suffering. Falynn only hunts Jedi as they believe that only one ideological group of force-weilders is necessary to bring order to the galaxy.
  2. Hey @Manta, I don’t want to repeat other points so will try and talk about some different things. I have had quite a few interactions with you within the regiment and you are incredibly mature and well behaved. ISB is a role that can really put on display a person's true self, and can put on display any bias or poor behaviour. I have seen no such bias with you, and have seen you approach all RP situations with a clear head. I believe you could make a good staff member, and given that you were previously an EM, I definitely believe you deserve a shot at moderator. +1. Good luck for your application.
  3. Hey @Kippy, I was holding off of posting a reply to this application until I had learnt a bit more about you. After your behaviour on the Event Server for an Operation, I could not say in any way, shape or form that you would be a good, or even competent, staff member. I saw you disrespect other staff members, RDM during the line-up for the event, and carry on to a ridiculous level. -1.
  4. Hey @Rambo, From me, I would like to see a bit more PAC3 examples that would be tailored towards your two roles on the Server, being ISB and Medical. Including a custom animation or something less static, in my eyes, would improve your application. I definitely think you have the ability to make some really great PACs, but I would like to see some before giving a +1. Overall, neutral. Good luck for your application
  5. Hey, @Minestorm I remember you from when we were in staff and from when you were a CO. You were polite, well mannered, and made a fair contribution to the server. I cannot comment much on how active you are, or your presence either in forums or in TeamSpeak, but I definitely think you should have a shot at Staff again. I can't really comment on your responses as I am not sure how Staff behaviour and attitudes towards incidents have changed since my departure. All in all, (not taking into account activity, as I cannot comment on it), I think you are deserving at having a shot at Trial Mod, +1 from me. Good luck
  6. Seeing a bit more life in the drone looks great! I am looking forward to see what you can do regarding the custom animations. But good job
  7. Hey @K.Palmer, Just got a question regarding your PAC examples. Does your Health Below 20 example use Dropbox for the image for the medic sign? And some general feedback. One question I liked asking myself when I had PAC3 was how often I could use specific PAC's. While cool, as an example, your Subject container may not be very useable because it deals with a very niche event concept. Additionally, with your probe droid for the Shock example, it looks very much just like a static prop, and the probe droid doesn't behave like a probe droid. The probe droid doesn't have any smooth motions, and is very jerky when you move. If you would want to try something, have a look at the 'Pet' example in PAC3 for how you can change a mode/entity (or whatever) to follow you, but have some delay to the movement. Doing so would allow it to look a lot more smoother. Your crystal example looks quite polished and is well made. Good luck on your application
  8. I do not have any previous warns, nor do I have any previous bans apart for the one I gave myself, which was quite a while ago. Could I have some examples of corresponding actions? I was not causing chaos, I wasn't shooting people, I wasn't getting people to break into RSEC, I wasn't insulting or offending any other people. Just because I understand why I was banned, doesn't mean I agree with why I was banned, or the time I was banned for.
  9. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Your In-game Name: PVT 4587 Khai Your Steam Profile Link: https://steamcommunity.com/id/TheWildAustralian/ Your Steam ID (Find it here) STEAM_0:1:79609498 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Who banned you? Banned by Matty, however, the decision was made and heavily influenced by other members of staff. Length of the ban? 1 Week. Reason of the ban? Ban Reason: "Fail RP" Why should we unban you? The background to the sit was that I had just turned off the reactor. I personally feel that a 1 week ban is quite unjustified. A player that day only received a 3 day ban for impersonating a community banned player, and having no intent to RP. If anything, it shouldn't be a ban for FailRP, rather, a ban for NITRP. I hadn't killed myself to get out of the reactor room, I only ran out. The sit was, additionally, poorly handled with it occurring in full few of other players outside of the reactor room, not even teleporting me outside of the base to have a conversation. Phys-gunning other players away from the sit is also a poor reflection of the quality of the staff team. Staff who are uncloaking and then recloaking in full view of other players to talk to me is also poor I may have been staff, but a 1 week ban for turning off the reactor is a joke.
  10. Denied Let me know if you have any questions.
  11. Oh god oh shit oh fuck, not again. See you around Fluxy, good luck with life, have fun, remember to smile.
  12. Been great to see the community weighing in on your application. There is nothing I can really add that hasn't already been spoken. You have worked really hard on this application, spending many nights perfecting your examples, which great to see. You have made some really good examples, showing a great knowledge of PAC3, and showcasing your skills. I look forward to seeing what you create, good job. Accepted Let me know if you have any questions.
  13. Yeah so tbh, I just skipped over the application. For those judging me, did you actually read it all? You think you did? Think again buckeroo Gary is a great person. Since becoming Moderator, he has shown nothing but positivity, a willingness to learn, a great attitude and is a great person to be around. Gary has become a Backup EM shortly after becoming Moderator, and has created some really fun events. I have cooperated with him to run and plan events, and Gary definitely has the knowledge and ability to run some fun missions. His past history as EM is also something positive to note. Nothing negative to say. Active on TS and Discord, very communicative with the staff team. If Gary's application would become successful, the staff team would lose a good mod, but gain a great EM. Good luck on your application @ItsGary.
  14. Hey @Shadow, Just going to be brief as not much I can contribute that has already been said. But your application has many spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes, a big indicator for effort in an application is whether they have bothered to capitalise their I's. I have recently given you a tool ban, and when potential applicants are getting warnings, it does not reflect positively on their ability to be a mature member of the server. Your answers to your questions are also quite minimal. Have a look at other current applications, don't steal what they have said, but try and build upon your application through thinking about what they have said. As such, going to be a -1 on your application. Good luck for your application, try and act on the feedback given as much as possible.
  15. Haha, don't stress. I would feel a bit happy, to be honest. Your application is really well done, I don't like writing a lot of words when your application is well written, and you are a great person, and a great part of our community.
  16. Hey @BlackBullShark, You are a great person. You are mature, positive, and always willing to learn. Your application's spelling, grammar and punctuation are all superb, and your sentences are concise and flow on nicely. One thing I would like to note is that your answers to the questions are not in detail. You have put a few sentences in describing some basic actions, but you haven't said anything about any alternate scenarios. With this scenario in particular, You have only answered half the question, that being the verball abuse component. You have not mentioned that he has contested the warn, and what you would do about dealing with any possible bias and whether you would involve any other staff members. You have to think about if people are angry and are correct in believing the warn was not valid, or correct, and you only warn them and you do not listen to them, it would show the user that you are not interested in hearing out another side to the story, or justification why your warn is not valid. However, despite your questions not being answered in amazing detail, I believe you have what it takes to become a great staff member, this will be a +1 on your application. Good luck.
  17. @Buck :) Thank you very much for leaving feedback that I can work on, and for providing feedback in general. I would greatly appreciate you sending me a Discord DM about your past experiences. I would love to talk about them, and I am sorry if I have ever offended you, and for coming off as arrogant and conceited. @Trotsky Just in response to this, my activity has been quite low in the past few weeks, this is primarily due to my wifi dropping out constantly. I am working on a fix, and after a long argument with Telstra, my internet should soon be fixed and my activity back up to standard. Please note, in regard to the original reply to @Aaray (Voltii), I had replied to a comment that he had later deleted.
  18. Clone Wars RP - Senior Administrator Application Prerequisites: Have you held the rank of Administrator for at least 2 months? Yes. Do you work well in a team? Yes, I believe I work well in a team. Do you consider yourself capable of leading others? Yes. I consider myself capable of leading others. Do you consistently use the teamspeak and Forums? Yes, I am very active on both Teamspeak and on the Forums. Are you willing to learn new ways to approach situations as a team leader? Yes, I am very much willing to learn new ways to approach situations as a team leader. Do you have any problems with current staff members? No. Requirements: Steam ID: STEAM_0:1:79609498 Most common in-game/current alias: Cody / Khai Total hours played on Gateway servers: Main Server: 584.5 Event Server: Unknown due to game tracker not functioning for that server. Other positions held in the community (if applicable): PAC3 Manager Backup Event Master Moderator How known are you on a scale of 1-10 (10 being everyone knows you): 9/10 Questions: How will you guide the Administrator Team, and assist with the running of the staff team as a whole? I will guide the Administrator Team with a very open mind. What I mean by that is that I want to be open to any ideas from all staff members on how the server could be run better, different ways different processes could be done to make the experiences of players better. With the running of the staff team, I would try and encourage each staff member to resolve any disputes, arguments, or dislikes of each other. We are one team, and when people have issues with one another, we are less efficient and worse off for it. What positive changes will you bring to the experience of both staff and players on the server? I believe it would be beneficial to both the staff team and the Gateway community if staff members became more sociable with the playerbase, as opposed to locking themselves away in Teamspeak channels or discord. I wish for each staff member to actively try and get to know the playerbase. The community grows and relations between staff and users would become more friendly and result in a positive change in the community. At times, it doesn’t take long to see a clear divide between players and staff, I wish to fix this. When players know staff members, and staff members know players, it is easier to run the server and players are less aggressive towards staff members once a connection has been formed. For the staff team, I wish to provide a more concrete set of definitions describing expectations and clear activities each rank of staff needs to fulfill, in order to progress in the staff team. Why are you applying for this position? I have always sought to leave a positive impact in all the activities I do and with those I interact with. I try my best to do every task to the best of my abilities. I see every task as an opportunity to expand my experiences and to push myself, to perform to the best of my ability. I believe that I can make a positive change in the staff team, that with the position of Senior Admin, I can improve the performance and standards of the staff team. Ultimately, I think I would be able to lead the staff team effectively, and would welcome the new experiences the position and challenges that this senior position would bring. Why should we choose you over other applicants? One big thing I prize myself for doing is being connected with the player-base. I often interact with anyone and everyone in Teamspeak, I don't lock myself away in channels, I try my best to talk with people I do not know. On the Gateway Discord, I am always active in the support or issues / suggestions tab, to try and make sure that if people are having troubles, that someone would possibly be able to help them. Additionally, I am always pushing myself to fulfill rolls that would help the server. For instance, I am both PAC3 Manager and Backup EM, which are both different positions that require different skill sets. By filling both additional roles, I have been able to take on higher levels of responsibility whilst still remaining as an Admin. Situations: 1. An administrator has been accused of abusing their power, what do you do about it? As with any situation where people have been accused of abusing their power and / or position, evidence is key in deciding any punishments, or whether that accusation has any base. I would first begin by gathering all relevant information. Evidence may include: Logs, chat messages, recounts from witnesses, etcetera. I would record the information in a google docs, to make sure the information does not get lost, and could be given to higher-ranked members of staff. I would next go to the accused member of staff, and ask them for their recollection of the events. At this stage, one of two scenarios may play out. Scenario 1: The accused member of staff accepts the accusation If the accused member of staff accepts the accusation, then it is up to me to decide punishments or courses of action to take. I would direct the member of staff to send an apology to whoever accused them, and a message of apology to whoever their actions may have impacted. Abuse of power is not insignificant, I believe it should often warrant an immediate strike, at the very least. Depending on the severity of the action, I would ask the accused member of staff to stay off the server until I would be able to talk to the Head Admin or Executive Staff, to discuss whether an immediate kick from the staff team or demotion would be in order. I would also let the accuser know that the situation has been resolved, and of the punishment, and would also apologise for what had happened. Scenario 2: The accused member of staff denies the accusation As I already have all the evidence collated, after noting that the accused member of staff denies the accusation, I would make my own decision on whether the member of staff is guilty or not, based on current evidence. There is enough evidence to support the accusation: Well, like with Scenario 1, I would immediately punish the member of staff once I determined that there is sufficient evidence supporting the accusation. The punishments however would be more severe, as to hide their abuse or refuse that their actions are abuse is very alarming and does not show traits staff members should be demonstrating in a position of power. I would let the accuser know that the situation has been dealt with, and would apologise for them for having been subject to staff abuse. There is not enough evidence to support the accusation: If there is not enough evidence to support the accusation, I cannot punish the accused member of staff. However, I would still talk to them about how their actions may be seen as abuse, and that they should be careful of their actions. I would let the accuser know that the situation has been resolved, but that there was not enough evidence to support the accusation, and would explain why I cannot punish the staff member with the current available information. 2. Expanding on the previous situation, the administrator who was accused of abusing his power was proven to in fact be innocent and has become quite angry that you would believe the accusations of the user. The user is also frustrated as they believe that the staff member has gotten away with abuse. How do you handle this? Handling the Administrator: It is fair anyone would feel upset and angry if they believe that they have been wrongly accused of something they had not done. I would explain to the administrator that it is my role as Senior Admin to listen to every part of the story, gather each part of evidence, and make a judgment off of what I collected. I would also say how I do not believe any accusations of anyone, no matter their rank or personal history, and that I did not believe the administrator was guilty, but that I was just trying to do my job. I would try and let the administrator cool off after talking with them for a while. If the administrator did not cool down, or carried a grudge, I would let them sleep on what had happened and talk to them at a later date when they have had a think about what had happened, and are no longer as emotional. Handling the User: I would calmly talk to the user, and explain that with the current evidence and final verdict, that the staff member was found to be innocent of abuse. At the same time, I need to acknowledge the fact that the user feels that he has been the subject of staff abuse, and would explain why the actions of the staff member was not abuse. I would, if needed, let the user rant, but at the end, I will say that the staff member was found not to be abusive of powers, and if you argue or verbally attack the staff member after the incident, then that behaviour would not be tolerated and would result in punishments. 3. You are accused of handling a staff situation poorly by a lower ranked staff member, although the staff member is quite aggressive in their approach, you discover some evidence that supports your poor handling of the situation. What do you do? In this instance, I need to both be humble in the fact that I could have handled the situation in a better way, but at the same time, aggression towards other members of staff is not tolerated. I would talk to the lower ranked member of staff in a private area, preferable Teamspeak, to discuss at length what had happened. I would accept that I could have handled the situation better, and would say that I would make sure that the decision I made was still correct. But afterwards, I would explain to the lower ranked member of staff that their aggression is not tolerated, that although I made a mistake, they must be polite in the way they phrase it, and that they need to calm down, reminding them that everyone makes mistakes. 4. Based on the previous situation, how do you go about de-escalating the situation if you in fact did not handle the staff sit poorly? If I do not believe I handled the staff sit poorly, I would say exactly that to the staff member. At the same time, I would explain how everyone is entitled to their opinion, but if they wanted to express their opinion, they must do so in an appropriate way. If they had calmed down significantly, I would then talk to them at length to talk about why they think I could have handled it differently, debating ideas in a healthy fashion. 5. The server is in its peak hour and you notice that many of the admins are offline or playing other games, the only staff on are yourself and two moderators. You receive multiple tickets at once requesting simulations, the resolution of a case of RDM, someone asking about donations and a request for some new troopers to be whitelisted to a job. What do you do? There are four key tickets here, each with differing levels of priority. I direct the two moderators to take the RDM ticket, and the other to take the whitelist ticket. I would then quickly message the person who had made a simulation ticket, and let them know that a staff member will be with them shortly. I would take the donation ticket, as a moderator would often not know how to properly deal with donations. After either myself or any of the two moderators finish up their ticket, I would direct them / myself to take the simulation ticket, as it is the lower-priority ticket and would take the longest to complete. After all tickets are completed, I would send a message to the staff discord asking for more staff members to be on, as it is peak time, and it is the expectation that there should be more members of staff on. 6. Members of the staff team are failing to meet the standard expectations of activity and performance. How do you go about enforcing our standards and ensuring improvements are made? To ensure that members of the staff team who are failing to meet current standards make an improvement, in regards to activity and performance, I would go through a few stages with each individual. My first stage would be talking to the staff member with low performance, and ask for an explanation of why. Although there are no excuses for treating anyone poorly on the server, there may be more going on than what can be seen on the surface. Activity: If the staff member had not been putting through LOA’s, I would direct them to do as such, as otherwise, it appears as if they are not active. If they have the ability to be active, but are choosing not too, I would explain to them that if they do not improve their activity to meet current requirements, that they will be striked or kicked from the staff team. Performance: If there were no mitigating factors as to why the staff member had low performance, I would explain to them that they need to improve their performance or face a strike or a kick from the staff team. After touching on both activity and / or performance with each member, I would explain to them that they need to bring their activity / performance up to standard within the next week, and to keep it stable. I would ask other members of staff, such as the Administrator team, to keep an eye out for underperforming staff who are not making improvements to their activity and / or performance. 7. The Head Administrator is not available (LOA, ect.), and the server is having a busy night. During the course of this night you have a Staff Meeting, Staff Challenges to be submitted, and a few serious situations regarding staff behaviour towards users, and kit changes being requested by COs. How do you handle these circumstances? First off, all kit changes requested by COs are to be directed through RHC and, if their chances were approved by RHC, would direct them to sending a message towards Executive staff who can change the coding for kits or models. For the staff challenges, I would ask for all those submitting staff challenges to message me over discord, to go over at a later date. The complaints about staff behaviour would take up a significant portion of my night. I would try and have all complaints dealt with prior to the staff meeting, however, if I cannot resolve all instances before the staff meeting, I would ask for Executive Staff to run the meeting while I finish up either collecting evidence, talking to the staff members involved, or allocating punishments, before attending the staff meeting. In the unlikely event that no Executive Staff are available, I would ask the Admin team to run the staff meeting, and for one of the Admins to take notes on my behalf. Thank you very much for reading my application. I welcome any feedback, or any comments on me as a staff member or person.
  19. @Jackman Understood, good luck with everything. Denied Let me know if you have any questions.
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