I’m unsure if the Chivalry team is still seeking out administration and or moderator applications, but I’d like to give it a go as I’ve been a part of this community for a number of years, even back to Age of Chivalry days!
Name: Justin Lewis (Viking on forums)
Steam profile link: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197967815885/
Age: 29, 04/08/1991
Region: United States, Kentucky (EST/CENTRAL)
Reason for Applying: Throughout the years, I’ve been a part of Chivalry’s beta & alpha testing teams, starting in Age of Chivalry as a beta tester, and then Chivalry: MW during the alpha testing days of the game. I’m not merely applying to have some form of advantage over other users, but to better the community and solve issues that arise commonly throughout every online based community. I do believe in Chivalry’s general acceptable rules per server you join, including the varies communities across Steam’s discussions and this website here – I also believe that a majority of issues can be resolved without an immediate haste of actions on an individual, such as talking through any possible conflicts (in-game especially), and working things out without the necessities of doing any kind of permanent actions on that player (a simple mute sometimes can often alleviate many issues and problems, as I’ve found over the years). I believe with such a neutral and common stance, I’d like to help the community rather than merely bring forth issues, as I once did back in the beta testing eras.
Relevant Experience: I’d contribute my relevant experience towards my beta & alpha testing days with Age of Chivalry (primarily with Blaine in those days), and Chivalry: MW during the early days before the new game was actually named! Outside of those, I’ve been a PR person for a Steam released game since 2014 and moderator the Steam discussions actively – I’m extremely familiar with Steam related moderation, and global forum policies as a whole. I’ve ran a few various communities over the years in the Counter-Strike lands of surfing, where moderation and administration were both equally needed, but I view such an experience as a positive due to my ability with working through issues instead of merely issuing bans, or other actions.
I personally believe I’d definitely make a positive contribution towards the moderator, and or administration team for Chivalry, and the upcoming release of Chivalry 2. I’ve always have had an incredibly deep interest in the series, ever since Age of Chivalry days. :-)