0_Edgelord_0's Mod Application

Discussion in 'Mod Applications' started by brassow2007, Mar 17, 2020.

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  1. brassow2007

    brassow2007 The Edge Lord

    Minecraft Username: 0_Edgelord_0 is my actual username, Brass_Lord is my nickname. Also my discord id is Edgelord#5772

    Time Zone: I am in CST(central standard time)

    Age: I am 13 years old (turning 14 in a month and a half)

    Why Do You Want To Be A Mod: I want to be staff for the main reason everyone else wants to be staff. I want to help others.

    I would love to help everyone on ZeldaCraft because I am the guy that always loves to help I'll throw around money and advice and help out when I can. I'm also ready to ban, or consult about a ban when necessary. I got the idea of applying for mod after I had thought about how much I actually helped others, and I thought about it and realized I didn’t help as much as I wanted to/could and that with mod I could take my helping to the next level. Another reason is, of course, the perks, but helping others is far more important than any perk.

    Do You Have A Good Understanding Of The Commands A Mod Uses?: I know a lot more commands than most would expect. I am aware of the following commands:

    /co inspect (allows you to see who and when someone destroyed or placed a block)

    /co rollback u:[username] t:[time] r:[radius]
    (Revokes every action/grief a player has done within a period of time in a certain radius)

    /ban [username] [reason] (permanently bans a player)

    /tempban [username] [time] [reason]
    (Temporarily bans a player
    (Reason is optional for both ban and tempban)

    /unban [username] (revokes the banned status from a player)

    /pardon [username] (also revokes banned status from a player)

    /jail [username] jail [time in seconds]
    (Puts them in a jail cell where they can do nothing for however long you specified)

    /kick [username] (forces a user to log out but still allows for logins after)

    /mute [username] [time] (prevents a user from sending messages in the chat)

    /kickall (kickes all players that are logged in)

    /tp [username] (teleports you to a player without them without asking them first

    /tphere [username] (the opposite of /tp; forces another player to teleport to you)

    And of course:
    /fly [username] (allows the player to fly)

    Will You Be Responsible, Calm, Mature And Trustworthy?
    Of course, I will not use the mod rank as an excuse to exploit things and get rich, I will remain calm even if others are not. A quote that describes this can be found in the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling stating:
    If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you." Being able to keep your head when everyone around you is losing theirs is a valuable skill and one I can use. I will be mature, and this also relates to being responsible and not childish with the mod rank. As for being trustworthy, I have recieved the trusted rank before, and am a man of my word, and I have, and hope you have reason to trust me. All of these things are a part of my potential responsibility as a mod to be.

    Someone’s House Has Been Griefed, What Do You Do? I would find out who griefed, I would undo the damage (using /co rollback) and depending on the severity of the grief, and the anount of times said person has griefed/commited an offense before, it could be anywhere from a warning, if they get off lucky, a temporary ban, or in extreme cases, a permanent ban.

    Some Users Are Arguing, What Do You Do? I would first ask them why they are arguing, then follow up by asking them to calm down or take it to a private message. If they continue, I would mute them both for 5 minutes.

    A User Is Hurling Abusive Language At You, What Do You Do? If someone was hurling abusive language at me, whether that be severe insults, severe language, or other abusive language, I would tell them to calm down and warn them regarding a mute consequence. Then If they continue, mute for 5 minutes.

    Someone Enters Someone Else’s House Without Their Permission, What Do You Do? I would teleport to the player who tresspassed and tell them to leave. If they do not, I would teleport them out of the house/property. If they continued to do that, I would jail them for 5 minutes.

    Thank you for taking the time to read this

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  2. nasfi

    nasfi Soufla Staff Member

    From the man, the myth, the legend. The edgies lords of them all. Overall a very good application. Very well written. Personally I would like to know what the severe cases and such are, just to get a general idea of the punishments you think.

    I would say a yes, but what will make me say maybe is the fact that you're still a bit young. In fact, many other staff will most likely think the same.

    You're already very well known around the community, and not a trouble-maker. In the app you've shown proffesionalism and that you know what you're doing.

    All in all. Good app, a bit young; personal vote maybe
  3. greenleeuw

    greenleeuw Hylian Knight Staff Member

    Hey edgelord.

    Solid app although i do think you are a bid soft with some punishments.

    I also would like to see a chart with punishments from the grief. Something like: 10 blocks= warn 20-30 blocks = perm

    Also i do think you are a bid young. And in my eyes the staff team has enough maybers as it is.
    So my answer is gonna be a maybe / no for now. Hope you have a great day

    My answer may change as others reply
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  4. Coolio723

    Coolio723 Hylian Hero Staff Member

    Edge, edge, edge.
    The application is put together well and has plenty of detail in certain spots. You're known by plenty of people, you interact, I've witnessed you helping others out, and you have definitely matured over your time of playing ZC. The questions are a bit hard to judge because you don't list a punishment chart (and it is definitely not needed, but examples would be nice). I also feel that maybe some of the questions are a bit lacking. After the 5 minute mute, what happens next? Do you warn them again? Do you mute them again? Ban them?
    Overall very nice application (and I'll restrain from talking about age because literally everyone else will/has already)
    I'm leeeeaning towards a yes, but a definite maybe from me.
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