Welcome to Librarium Online!
I didn't know where to put this so I hope this is an apporpriate place for it.
How can you become a mod/superviser/supermod(mega?)?
-The God of all Machines
:rolleyes:Originally Posted by The "Everything You Need to Know About Librarium Online" thread
Gloria Imperator, The Firstborn Stand!
- 2000pts Inquisition, 2000pts Vostroyans, 3000pts Vampire Counts, 1400pts Daemons, [WIP] 2500pts Death Guard
-The God of all Machines
Also, the ritual virgin sacrifices seemed to helpâ€¦ :shifty:
Seriously though, the way new moderators are chosen is by being noticed by the forumâ€™s mod team for being respectful, courteous, and trustworthy members who seem to enjoy helping others and otherwise contribute positively to the friendly atmosphere of the forum. When new local moderators are required for the subforums a number of suitable candidates are suggested and the mod team then discusses each candidate until an agreement is reached and the member(s) in question invited to join the ranks of the moderators. So all it really takes to become a moderator is good behaviour and good posts. :yes:
"Girls are nice and cuddly on the outside, and freaky on the inside." ~ Lost Nemesis.
And, of course, one assumes Super Admin is an even more exclusive club.
But really, being a moderator is hard work. You're better off not.
How do you get the flashchat icon> I've seen alot of them around, and I cant figure out how people get them, as I am also a very active flashchat user when I am on.
Thanks in advance,
Here's how you get the flashchat icon:
Go on to USER CP on the top left corner
Click on GROUP MEMBERSHIPS 3/4 of the way down the nav
Select Flashchat, and your icon will pop up
"Well... that hurt" - Vampire Jon Skellan (Mannfred's right hand man) after being beaten up, falling down an underground waterfall and being impaled by a stalactite.
wow all i had to do was post...
Last edited by Luminaru; July 25th, 2006 at 18:39. Reason: Probled fixed itself
Although I'm an admin elsewhere in the warhammer online community (dark elves ), I've found that some days you've a lot "to do" while other days you don't. Usually a few carefully worded pm's makes people realise the error of their ways...Originally Posted by Sophismata
Depends what you define as "hard work" really .
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone