Current in-game alias/rank:
Liuetenant Captain Ritz
Previous Notable Roles:
7th sky Lieutenant Captain
Steam Profile Link:
List your current playtime:
300 hours in total
What is your age? (Minimum of 14 years of age.)
How well known are you on a scale of 1-10?
Do you have Teamspeak 3 installed?
Do you enjoy helping other people?
Are you willing to test your stress?
Do you believe you're able to deal with individuals and situations in a completely unbiased manner?
Do you have any problems with any of our current staff members?
Are you willing to learn new ways to approach situations?
Yes, I am always looking for new ways to improve myself.
Do you have any active warns?
How will you becoming a moderator impact our community?
I am very active on the server, so I am able to be at hand when needed for staff duties. I also see this as the next step in gateway gaming for me so I would be an enthusiastic member on the staff team. I do not have much practical experience in Gmod moderation, but I am more than willing and able to learn the ropes of moderation on gateway gaming. I believe that I can take a weight off the current staff's shoulders and do my bit for gateway gaming.
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 start by going to a secluded place, I would then use !bring[accused player], disabling them from doing any further harm. I would check /logs for evidence of malice behaviour. If no evidence is found, I would interview the plaintiff to see if they can bring forward any info about the issue. If I still cannot find any evidence, I If evidence is found, I would ask them why they were doing what they were doing and listen to their side of the story. If they continue to run around / shoot their weapon / use vulgar language, ETC, I would freeze the player, and explain to them what they are breaking server rules. If they then comply, I would then explain that they have broken server rules and will be receiving a warn. !Warm [player] reason: RDM | Staff abuse and then use !return[player]. I would then follow it up by following the player in [administrate] to make sure they do not continue to break server rules / show any signs of mingy behaviour.
IF they do not comply and continue to ignore me, I will !ban[player] [time] (length of ban will be based on seriousness of their actions) reason: Breaking server rules | RDM x[amount], NITRP, Ignoring staff, ETC (depends on situation) . If said player returns to the server and continues to break rules, I would !bring [player], before issuing !ban [player][time] Reason: (Rules broken) | NITRP.
A user has contested a warn you have given him and proceeds to verbally abuse you, What do you do?
I would !bring[player] to a secluded location and try to find context to their accusation. In this situation I would most likely bring in another admin through @admin, teamspeak or discord to review the situation, to avoid any bias and ask their opinion if the warn was fair or not. If no other staff are online, I will present my reasoning for the warn, if the player persists, I would tell them that there are no other staff online, and to bring up the issue another time. A user has threatened to DDos and take down the server. What do you do?
I would assume that the person is able to carry out their threat, and act immediately using the command !ban [Player] [Time]. I would then contact a senior staff / more experienced staff member through @admin, teamspeak, or discord about the incident to follow up on the issue
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 first !bring [both players] to a secluded location, and tell them that Debrief is not an appropriate place to be having an argument, and tell them to solve the issue privately. If they continue to argue, I will first separate the two, then interview them both individually to find some context to the debate, and potentially solve the issue or work towards a solution. If I find the Argument does not concern gateway gaming, I would consider it an private matter, and tell them to sort it out privately and not to continue the arguement in the server. I would then tell them that a continuation of the argument would result in a warn. When the situation is resolved, and both players have stopped arguing I would !return [Both players]. I would also monitor them in [Administrate] to ensure no further bickering occurs.
If the commander and Lieutenant continue to argue publicly or after my verbal warning, I would !bring [Both players] to a secluded location to issue a !warn [both players] Failure to listen to staff.
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. wht do you do?
I would start by following the cadet in [Administrate] to confirm the situation. Then advertise in OOC / comms "SGT+ to the cadet room". I would then address the cadet by using !bring[cadet] in the cadet room and explain that cadets must complete a short training course before being able to participate on the server, and that I am getting a trainer shortly. Ideally by this time an SGT+ would be present and the cadet is willing to be trained and the situation resolved.
If an SGT+ is not present, I would continue to advertise, or consider training the cadet myself, depending on the player count at the time.
IF the cadet continues to show an unwillingness to be trained (running around, shooting their blaster, ETC), I would freeze the cadet with my Physics gun and restate my point about the short training course and give a verbal warning about NITRP and I would start the training or observe the SGT+ train the cadet using [Administrate]. If the cadet continues mingy behaviour / ignoring the trainer, I would !ban[cadet] [Time] NITRP.