Age:15 (16 in January)
Location: New York, USA
Timezone: UTC/GMT -5 hours, East coast timezone
Join Date: July 08, 2012
Were you recommended by anyone?: No
Why you should become a moderator: I want to be able to help out all of the members of the server by any means necessary. I will support the opticraft community by giving fair punishments based on the rules and guidelines, keeping order in chat, reinforcing the rules, and supervising player actions. In general I love helping other players, there is nothing I rather do than take time to help solve another players request. I also want to point out that I understand that becoming a moderator is a big responsibility, and I know that it does not benefit me in anyway unless I enjoy helping out the community which is what i'm planning to do. Anybody that knows me either in person or from opticraft knows that I am all about confidence and giving 100% effort in everything I do, and being a moderator would be one of them. I am also really committed to the server, over the months I have came a long way from building, making many friends, having a protected city with 15 active residents , and learning all the server rules along the way. I am on basically every day for at least 2 hours (including week days) and have a really flexible schedule with hours early in the morning, and really late at night. I try my best to stay actively involved with the community, and although I do not post much in the forum I am always keeping myself up to date with server new's and other threads. Lastly I keep myself involved in the community by actively being on mumble wile on the server. Although I have been banned once (grief trap was pardoned) I can insure you that it does not reflect me as a person or a player on opticraft at all. As a moderator, I am inexperienced with the many list's of commands, but I am looking forward to learning them if I receive this opportunity. I hope this application has appealed to you, and shows my enthusiasm for becoming a future staff member for opticraft. Thank's for reading!