(I know this is a little late, but I wasn't home for a couple days and couldn't get on my PC to make the app.) What is your in-game name?:
What is your steam name?:
What is your steam ID?:
What is your discord username (Ex: Rookieblue#2667):
Do you have any other experience with staffing?: (If yes, explain)
I have been staff in SCPRP for almost 7 months. (T-Mod app got accepted on 12/20/2021)
What date did you start playing on the community? (roughly)
Around 9/23 if I remember correctly.
What date did you make your forums account?
How many warnings do you have on all GL servers?
What is your donor rank? (User, Silver, Gold, etc)
Are you a staff member in another community?
Have you read the staff handbook?
Yes, I have memorized it completely by now.
What rank are you applying for?
Why do you believe that you deserve the rank? (150 Word Minimum)
I always try to be as active as possible, I'm on almost every day for 3+ hours; due to my timezone, I'm usually on during the off-hours, where most of the time I am the only Admin and sometimes the only staff member on, this means I'll be able to train any new T-Mods who just got accepted but cannot find someone to train them for the same reason as me, handle any ban requests/extensions and provide help to other staff members who are having trouble during sits.
Regarding my sit taking, I always hit quota and go beyond that, usually taking 40-50+ sits every week, even though it is kind of hard, as there is always a lack of sits during the off hours.
I've been a staff member in SCP-RP for almost 7 months (T-Mod app got accepted on 12/20/2021) and an Admin for nearly 3 months, I believe I have the needed experience a Senior Admin should have to make the best possible decisions during sits and to overall improve everyone's experience while playing so they always have fun, including rule-breakers and minges.
Apart from that, I have been ET for around 2 months before resigning to focus on staff, so I already know what the ET commands that come with the ULX Senior Admin tag do and to not abuse them.
Q1: How would you handle someone that is Mass RDMing and when you bring him/her to an admin sit all they do is curse at you?
First, I would attempt to calm him down a bit, he could've had a bad day or something similar. If that does not work however, I would gag/mute him temporarily and explain that he was Mass RDMing, which is a 5 day ban. Depending on the context, I would then warn/ban him.
Q2: You are involved in a staff sit that involves 5 different players. The players begin to get frustrated and the sit becomes very toxic and unproductive. What would you do in this situation?
I would bring them one by one to a different staff room to hear everyone's side of the story while the others talk things out, if they keep being toxic though, I would simply gag/mute the people who are constantly toxic, until I can render a decision.
Q3: In your opinion, what is the best way to handle a situation involving a player that clearly does not care about the punishments they are receiving?
These kind of people usually break the rules because they think it's funny or due to similar reasons, I would explain to them how by breaking the rules, they are just being annoying and ruining other players' experience. If they keep breaking the rules, I would ban them for some time. (Assuming they weren't auto-banned already)
Q4: There is a player abusing a known bug, and he has been reported to staff. He swears he followed the server rules when you talk with him. What's the best way to handle this?
First off, I would explain to the player that they can be warned for NCWS and/or Lying to Staff, and that lying will just get them a harsher punishment. Next, depending on the severity/popularity of the bug and the player's experience on the server. I would either explain that they are abusing a bug that could potentially get them banned if they keep abusing it, OR warn/ban them.