John ‘Justice’ Jackson
PST | Pacific Standard Time
28 Average | 14 Minimum
None worth noting, but I have done some small moderation work for other communities.
Denied synthetic application | Denied Cyber Spire - Synthetic Application
Denied Mentor application | https://cm-ss13.com/forums/showthread.php?10723-Cyber-Spire-Mentor-Application
Accepted Mentor application | https://cm-ss13.com/forums/showthread.php?11260-Cyber-Spire-Mentor-Application
Accepted CO application | Cyber Spire - Commanding Officer Application
I’d like to join staff because I want to help improve overall community enjoyment. Be that through handling tickets, or running fun events for people. I think that joining staff is currently the best way for me to do that. (Also for WJ whitelist :D)
What makes you a great addition to Staff? (Experienced Tabletop DM, Aliens Lore Buff, Super Organized, etc.?)
I am capable of stepping back from any situation, and putting my biases aside to help make better decisions.
I am very typically calm, cool and collected. There are a couple times where I’ll get overwhelmed, but when that happens its few and far between.
I’m generally on CM quite often, and if not in the actual game, I’m most likely inside the discord VC channels.
I am also quite familiar with the aliens lore. I’m not super knowledgeable about it, but I’d say I’m at least more informed than the average person.
There are a lot of qualities that I think are worth mentioning, but number one I believe would have to be the ability to remain unbiased.
If take your own personal biases into every situation you go into, you’ll often find yourself making illogical decisions, and overall ruining your own reputation. It can also more often than not, be harmful to other members of the community. An example of this would be; some guy makes an ahelp about being griefed, and you ignore it because you don’t like the guy. This is kind of an extreme example, but my original point still stands nonetheless.
Another notable quality, that I’d say comes at least top 5, is the ability to acknowledge your own faults.
If you don’t self reflect very often on your decisions, then you might find yourself becoming a hypocrite. Which, does not reflect very well on you, and the staff team as a whole. Its also just generally a healthy thing to admit when your wrong, rather than continuing to argue with someone.
There’s a multitude of other points that I can talk about if you’d like, or maybe even expand on the ones I’ve already given.
I quite often joke around, but when needed to I’m able to pull myself together and act professional. Here’s my hours incase anyone is interested; Screenshot - 8c3a92345adc3b51edfe7867aca4de3b - Gyazo
Throw your hardest questions at me!!!
Otherwise, there’s nothing else I’d like to add.