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So you are interested in becoming a Moderator for AWNW? Well you have come to the right place! Please read all the information listed below before applying, as this position comes with responsibility and may not suit everybody. So read ahead on what being a Moderator is all about:
What do Moderators do? A Moderator (Mod) is our base rank for our staff here at AWNW. They help monitor chat and help out with basic questions and problems players may have. They can kick and mute players who may be causing problems, and have a fair amount of knowledge on how things work on the server. They can also help with in game ModReq tickets as well, for minor questions/issues.
What is required to become a Mod? - Must be on the server for at LEAST a week and active - Must be willing to be active in game and on forums while a Mod - TeamSpeak isn't required, but is a big plus in our decision - A previous ban won't deny the position, but it will affect our decision - Knowing a lot about AWNW, our rules, and willingness to help players - Having a good attitude and willing to deal with players questions/problems
What do I do after I submit my application? Nothing! Just continue enjoying and playing on AWNW as usual. We will take some time and consideration into every application we receive. If you don't get accepted at first, don't fret, we get tons of applications and can only accept a few each round.
Moderators who stick with us, and continue to be a great asset to AWNW can have a shot at becoming an Admin as well. This is a position that is hand picked by SpaZMonKeY777 and Kaioko when we see moderators who have potential to become an Admin.
Still interested? Fill out the application below, and be patient! If you can't see the application, it's because you are not Regular Rank+, please wait until then to apply. Thanks!