Divinity DarkRP
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Poll: Should I Be Promoted To Mod
Yes
No
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Note: This is a public poll, other users will be able to see what you voted for.
BrownieGod's Mod Application!
01-12-2018, 04:50 PM
Post: #16
I have talked to you on the server +support

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Time: 550+ Hours l User-Lite
01-12-2018, 05:53 PM
Post: #17
I’m ashamed.


WHY ISNT THIS ACCEPTED YET
01-12-2018, 10:52 PM
Post: #18
i cant read what you put lol but ill +Duck

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[Image: PlayerSig.php?steamid=STEAM_0:1:11215807...und=FFF300]Lately i just feel so out of character The paranoia can start to turn into arrogance Thoughts to deep to go work 'em out with a therapist I get a blank page when i try to draw a comparison.#foreverFiF
01-13-2018, 12:48 AM (This post was last modified: 01-13-2018 12:53 AM by Sky.)
Post: #19
I'm a bit torn. I do see what people mean by not having full knowledge of the rules as of right now, which is okay. But I do have concerns with with some things you saw in your playerevents, such as you having to ask if it's RDM to kill someone who is shooting around you but not hitting you. This is something I'd consider a more common situation within roleplay, and I wouldn't be surprised if you would end up taking a sit at some point where that knowledge would be necessary to know what to do. However, I am glad to see you asked because you were unsure. Also, I saw a situation that seems you gave a 10 second warning for someone to leave, and only waiting 6 to kill them. Not sure if something happened there that the logs aren't showing, but small stuff like that is concerning to me.

I just worry that the guidelines of the server that you do not have a full grasp on will hold you back as a staff member, but I do agree with Legacy when he says he thinks you mean well.  After some thinking I've decided I'm going to vote yes, I do like that you ask questions when you have them, and I'd like to see you continue to do this as a staff member if you are ever unsure about something during a staff situation.

This is accepted.
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