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Being a Good Mod

Hello, ACPTR!

Today, I will be talking about how to be the best moderator you can possibly be. Hold your horses! You are a long way off being a moderator yet but if you stay active and dedicated to ACP, you will get there soon enough, so it is important for you to learn how to be a great mod!

What is a mod?

A moderator is a person who enforces the rules of the chat by kicking, guesting, banning etc. To earn mod in ACP, you need to do 3 things:

a) You must have reached Master General unless the leaders decide otherwise.

b) The owners must trust you.

c) You must be active and dedicated.

Top Tips on being a good mod

– Always try to be active and dedicated. Cadets and recruits will look up to YOU to learn how to be active, not anybody else.

– Enforce the rules, but don’t be too strict. You need to learn to kick, ban and guest at the right times. If you don’t enforce rules, you’ll be seen as lazy AND you could lose you mod position, but being too strict on them can lead to you being disliked amongst the army community.;

– Be a fun person to talk to! Talk about your interests, have a relaxed sense of humour, etc. Having those qualities can make you well-liked amongst the army community, which leads to lots of benefits.

– Be approachable. By the time you are mod, recruits and members will see you as a very high and trusted member of the ACP, and will trust you to deal with bullying, queries and helping out.

– FOLLOW THE RULES. Being mod is a privilege, not a right. You can’t go round breaking rules just because you are a high rank in ACP. Besides, who likes a cussing, drug-obsessed psychopath?

Well, that’s all I gotta say. I hope you’ve learnt something- this post will prove really useful for when you nab that mod rank (trust me, seeing the leader change your rank to moderator is really good). Remember- don’t rush to get mod. Enjoy your time as a learner and member in ACP. You’ll get more out of ACP, achieving mod rank is more satisfying and you’ll learn more if you focus on the army, not the ranks. You’ll get mod someday. Anyway, nobody likes a mod-beggar.

Cya later,


2 Responses

  1. First, booyah! :mrgreen:

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