Age [Min Age 15]:
How much time can you dedicate to this position?:
20+ Hours per week
Do you have a functional microphone?:
Do you use Discord?:
Are you familiar with ULX?
Do you fully understand our rules?
- Exiled | Drama (Will explain in detail if necessary)
- Prop Push
Have you either previously applied for staff or been staff on GGS.SX?: Yes
If so, what happened?:
Moderator - Demoted due to false terrorism alligations
Moderator - Enforcer - Resigned
What is your Trello account? (https://trello.com):
Are you currently staff on any other Garry's Mod server?
My previous experience of being a staff member is extensive however only crosses the SantosRP genre. My total time as a staff member at GGS.SX was around one year - All my previous experience as a staff member on GMOD has been on GGS.SX. You can find what happened above in Section 10.
I was a staff member on GGS.SX for just around one year, this being my first server Garrys Mod server to have been staff on I learned everything here from ULX to how to deal with a sit. I started as a moderator and hadn't had a clue of what to do but after some good training by Morton, I was competent in the staffing field. On my second run of being a staff member, I managed to be promoted to Enforcer and take on various tasks throughout the staff team. I took on sub-roles such as 'Wellbeing Officer' and 'Ban Appeals Regulator'. I resigned after a while of being Enforcer due to a lack of motivation and I felt like someone could use my spot.
Why should we choose you as a staff member rather than someone else?
I believe the qualities I withhold are great reasons as to why I should be accepted into the staff team rather than someone else these qualities I have learned are all mainly from the SantosRP and GGS.SX community. I have learned almost all the rules like the back on my hand and I am easily able to enforce them with confidence. When given a situation I may be new to I ensure that I take in all the information I am given and read over the situation making sure to include both people's points of view. My extended time in the staff team prior to now shows you what I can accomplish and shows you what vital qualities I have that make me a better candidate than others applying for the same position. Since my last reign of being a staff member, I believe a lot has changed and I am eager to learn the new things that guide staff and how the new staff team enforces rules, etc. I can change with what is given to me at the time so I am flexible to the position I have been given which is a great attribute to have when you are apart of a staff team that has to look after a large number of players at one time. When in sits I find it easy to control the ticket and not let the players control me or the outcome of the sit, this is all-natural from a year of staffing but I believe I accentuate on it. As an Ex Enforcer, I understand the stress of being tasked with a sub-role and then having to take many tickets all day long that moderator/administrators decide they don't want for example "RDM" tickets that get left for longer rather the "stuck" ticket that is taken in an instance. With this in mind, I will make sure I'm taking those tickets and keeping time for the higher-ups to do their jobs as necessary.
You get a report that someone RDM'd another user, how would you handle the situation? What steps would take to rectify the situation?:
Firstly I would bring the user who created the ticket and ask for their side of the story if their side adds up to RDM then I would bring the accused user to the sit. After they are at the sit I would ensure they are not currently emersed in roleplay and if not then continue with the ticket. If the player denies having RDM'd the user then U would ask why they killed the player and see if there are any holes in their story if so I would call them on it warn and ban if necessary using the consequence sheet. If they do not admin I would ask the ticket creator to look for some evidence and keep questioning the accused about the situation to assess and make sure that I have it correct. If video evidence is uploaded and it adds up to RDM then I would warn the user and ban if necessary, if the video does not show RDM then I would return both users to roleplay and explain why it was not RDM to the ticket creator.
You see 2 players constantly metagaming, you've warned them twice already and they are still doing it, what would you do in this situation?:
I would bring both players to a sit and question them on why they're continuing to metagame and if they deny the fact that they were then I would explain how they were and warn if necessary if they admit and are willing to change then I would not warn and return them both to roleplay. If the players do not care for the fact that the rule is in place then I would warn them both and ban if necessary from warning count and according to the consequence sheet.
If the players seem completely unaware of the rule and that exists then I would direct them to the rule in the rule book and the link to the rules guide.
You see someone flinging props around and prop flying, how would you handle this?:
Freeze the user and fix the damage that has been caused, depending on the severity of the situation I would warn the user
and if they require to be banned then I would ban the user with the appropriate time according to the consequence guide