Your display name:
Have you been an active Altar FC Smiley Rank for 2+ months?
What date did you get your Smiley Rank?
Have you read the Altar FC Ranking System & Rank Moderation Techniques?
Have you been recommended to apply by another rank?
Have you been active in Discord chat and/or voice?
Have you Acquired at least 20 Hours of Voice Chat or 200 Text Messages within the last 90 Days in the Altar Server Discord?
Yes. (2.7k Messages)
Please list your House Host Tracker Activity Score and make sure that it is at least 50+ .
Have you provided consistent and constructive feedback on other players' applications?
What is your forum post count?
Have you recruited and/or assisted new hosts in using the House Host Tracker?
Have you helped others in chat, called open hosts, and understood efficient moderation techniques?
What interested you in wanting to become an Altar FC Community Sergeant?
Obviously continuing on with helping the community grow I also wish to become a Sergeant to assist in chat moderation when necessary and continue helping new and existing players.
What skills do you believe you bring to the table and how do you plan on using these skills to benefit the community as an Altar FC Sergeant?
I have several years of moderation experience, from game servers through to discord servers dating back to 2013. I'm pretty easy going but I'm confident I can diffuse a sticky situation when necessary. I'm also more than happy to continue providing feedback on how we can improve the community and assist in overcoming hurdles with new ideas that we wish to introduce.
Scenario Question: Multiple people in the FC are arguing with each other, describe how you would handle this situation.
My reaction would depend on several circumstances. What the argument is about, who is involved, etc.
Presuming it's just a general disagreement with three or four members who are not on the watch-list. I would initially warn the group of them to either drop the convo and move on or move it to dms, Provided they do not follow the warning I would warn them a second time. Presuming that 1 or 2 have dropped it and moved on whilst the other/s are continuing on. I would warn the remaining two individually that the topic is to be dropped or moved to dms. If they were unable to do this it would result in a kick.
Scenario Question: Members of the FC are discussing religion and politics, how would you handle this situation as a rank?
Obviously these two topics are always extremely touchy subjects, I tend to be a bit more strict with these kinds of situations due to the way they can spiral out of control quickly. My initial warning would be for the topic to be dropped and moved along, adding in that anyone who was unable to would be kicked due to the nature of the topic/s. My next move would depend on the behaviour being displayed.
If select few continued to discuss civilly I would then warn them again to drop it and move on. Stating that if they were unable to do so within a short time-frame they would be kicked.
In the event that a select few continued and things were heated/getting heated it would be an immediate kick for those who did not move on.
Scenario Question: You receive a complaint via private message about a host in the FC requesting other hosts to close so they can open. How do you handle this situation?
I would simply explain to that host that other hosts are not required to close so they can open, Whilst it is a general misconception that only one person can host at a time. If in the event they still somehow have a problem with this I'd honestly have to find out why they want others to close to open.
Scenario Question: You receive a complaint about a host using too many adverts. How do you handle this situation?
I'd simply go into the owners place and politely ask them if they can tone down their amount of advertisers. Aside from that theres not too much that can be done without crashing peoples PCs from having god knows how many advertisers.
Do you have any additional feedback you’d like to share about your experiences in the community?
Any feedback I have in regards to what can be improved is already being acted on.