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What it Takes to Become a Moderator (page 1):

Posted Aug 7, '12 at 12:47am

DarkGameLord73

DarkGameLord73

14 posts

What's a moderators role at AG?

 

Posted Aug 8, '12 at 1:35am

nichodemus

nichodemus

12,094 posts

Knight

Read the first post on this thread!

 

Posted Aug 8, '12 at 4:31pm

jandekker

jandekker

5 posts

well after reading what it takes to be a mod, i might have chance since i just turned 18 and been a member of the site for well over 4 years and played even the very first games though i didnt really rate or comment on the games and never came to the fourms, but i can easily change that might have a chance when the AG3 gets released

 

Posted Aug 8, '12 at 6:53pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

12,548 posts

Knight

and been a member of the site for well over 4 years

You have to be an active member of the community for at least a year. 4 posts in 4 years isn't going to cut it.

 

Posted Aug 15, '12 at 12:17pm

shock457

shock457

470 posts

Well, it's more than posting.

You have to get accepted by the Moderation Team and the Administrator Team.

 

Posted Aug 15, '12 at 9:11pm

Jefferysinspiration

Jefferysinspiration

3,138 posts

Well, it's more than posting.

You have to get accepted by the Moderation Team and the Administrator Team.

You should have knowledge of the site, the changes, the community etc.

 

Posted Aug 16, '12 at 2:54am

ryan7g

ryan7g

489 posts

well after reading what it takes to be a mod, i might have chance since i just turned 18 and been a member of the site for well over 4 years and played even the very first games though i didnt really rate or comment on the games and never came to the fourms, but i can easily change that might have a chance when the AG3 gets released

They're really picky. :) And rightfully so.

But even with the number of inactive mods, you'd think they'd start getting some new people on board. But as far as I know, that hasn't happened in a pretty darn long time.

 

Posted Aug 16, '12 at 11:04am

shock457

shock457

470 posts

Even though a person does everything to become a Mod, the most important part is being accepted by the employees.

 

Posted Aug 16, '12 at 12:45pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,693 posts

Knight

the most important part is being accepted by the employees.

More like the mods. The employees aren't active within the community at all, so they don't know how people are.

 

Posted Aug 16, '12 at 5:45pm

shock457

shock457

470 posts

I think when I said employees, I think I said it in a specific way. Moderators are volunteers, not employees.

 
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