I have been playing on DFS for a week I'm level 18 I'm not level 30 for admin yet, and it seems like moderators have the same access level as admins. I have not been an admin anywhere else I have not had any experiences as an admin or moderator I have not been banned from DFS I am currently a respected member (As I am writing this) steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198105850966/
A week is nowhere near enough time to apply for mod. Furthermore, your application itself is rather bland and uninteresting and I know absolutely nothing about you. I've never seen you on the server either, which makes sense since you've only been on here for a bleedin' week.
My advice is to come back in a couple years when you're more experienced and well-known. Don't let it discourage you though, best of luck nonetheless.
Your reasoning for wanting to be a moderator is that you aren't a high enough level for admin yet. That makes it sound like you care less about helping the community and more about the fun perks those ranks give. While it's true there isn't a minimum level to apply for moderator (even though there probably should be), you should not be using these applications as a means to bypass the level restriction for admin.
Others have already mentioned your abysmal in-game level so I'll refrain from saying much about that.
I would not recommend you as a moderator due to your inexperience with the server and overall low level as well as your poor reasoning for wanting to be a moderator. Perhaps you can increase your level and playtime in the server by the time the next round of moderator applications show up.
Post by macwithavengence on Jul 5, 2017 6:26:32 GMT
Your level is nowhere near high enough, we normally want users to have a higher level as well as more experience in terms of being on the server for long periods (a week is an incredibly short time and nowhere near what we're looking for), administrating and/or moderating on other servers. Not only that, but you've been banned for the next couple of days for "Abusing" on the servers, so you're (at least not at this time) trustworthy of the commands that moderators use. Sorry, but for now I'll have to say no.