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  1. Thanks for the feedback. Out of curiosity was the admin a donated admin or a server admin? We don’t have much of a standard for donated admins and if they abuse their position they will be demoted. And did this happen during an event? We are slightly more strict with the rules during events.
  2. man it sure is hella easy to complain and not contribute sure some admins don’t know the maps and procedures but it’s a learning process the most important part of keeping ancient games like css alive is embracing the newbies if you tell them to f*ck off, the platform will die out real quick stop relying on what everyone else is doing and see if you can be helpful and guide them too (im a little drunk so this may not be that coherent but thanks for reading)
  3. 1. Your Name and Age. Hunter, 21 2. Your Discord UserName: 3. STEAM_0 and which server you applying for: STEAM_0:0:196956684 Applying for Zombie Escape. 4. How long are you playing CSS? I started playing in 2010 but had long breaks in-between. I've been playing on NiDE.GG since 2017 (proof). 5. Why do you think we should take you into the team? What knowledge do you have, what is important for you ON a server or in the community? I've been in hundreds of servers since I started playing CS:S, however NiDE.GG is one of the few I've actually stuck around on as I enjoy the overall atmosphere and playing with the people on this server. Because of the large playerbase of the server, naturally there will be occasional rulebreakers and cheaters. This is why I'm offering to volunteer as an administrator: to ensure that regular players can have a fun experience and keep coming back to the server. 6 Which experiences do you have about being an ADMIN and other things that can benefit us having you as an admin? I have experience as a general administrator on a SA:MP server that on average had around 300 players online at once (proof). Yes, it's not CS:S but the duties were similar: to keep an eye on and take actions against rulebreakers and cheaters. From that experience, I have a pretty good insight on how to communicate with other admins and respond to various situations. It also wouldn't be difficult for me to readapt to CS:S since I'm a fast learner. 7. Some details about yourself, what are you doing right now, how often do you think you'll play on the server? At the moment I'm a college student. However because of the summer break I have more free time to spare for CS:S - I'll be able to stop by at least once a day. 8. here is a small question need to answer it , imagine if you are a new admin on the server and there is a player he is being specious to using Aimbot, And you need to deal with him how will you deal with that? Write your answer in full details more detailed answer mean better answer , new admin applications should consider this question. Assuming their cheats made it past the auto-detection: Is the aimbot 100% obvious? If so, instantly ban and save a video clip to keep as evidence in case the ban is appealed. If the aimbot is not that obvious, I would start spectating and assuming I have administrative tools, I'd check their hit accuracy and possibly even get opinions from other admins that are online. If I spot anything unnatural that undoubtedly suggests the player is aimbotting, I'd ban them and save a video clip for evidence. If there is suspicion but no way I can confirm they are aimbotting at the moment, I would let other admins know to keep an eye on that person if possible and also save video clips as evidence if something notable happened. Thank you for your time. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask on this thread.
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