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Nothing. Just my astonishingly good looks and amazing personality, combined with modesty. 

I have no need to be mod. I'm just disappointed my 2 sentence application didn't make the cut.

Word is without a doubt the first pick, think most agree on that. Second I'd say MattBomer, cause he seems like a pretty laid back person, need more moderator's like that.   My application didn't make

Good luck to anyone who have made the cut.

I hope those that get appointed to the Moderators are those who know their things right.


I'd like to quote out my application, if anyone wants to know me abit better.

Dear Tribot,

I would like to hand over my application for Tribot Staff Position,
My name is Simon, and I am 21 years old born in the May, and are currently attempting an education as a Car Mechanic, which is something that I am enjoying, but for my spare time I tend to hang around the forums and websites for quiet some hours, which leads to why I am actually applying.

I have been onto Tribot pretty much since it started, when I got referred by a friend named Marcus, which apperantly knows Trilez from some previous times, and have surely appreciated its services and its community through out the months, and hopefully will stay on for a long time!

I have been an Administrator for a community named Next Generation Gaming (http://www.ng-gaming.net, I dont not mind verifying this) under the name Saviano, which is a multi-hundred thousand business, I was hired back in the late 2012, and was later on promoted to Senior Administrator, which is the first Commanding position of any Administrator, which made me responsible for atleast three hours a day, five times a week, to maintain the Gaming Server and its reports, which would easily reach roughly two-hundred an hour.

Their statistics are three-hundred to five-hundred average players through out the day, and their peak is roughly seven-hundred players, and most of them arent happy all of the time, which makes it a hassle to be an Administrator. Their requirements was fiftheen hours a week being on duty, and held to respond to reports.
After roughly one-hundred and twenty days, I decided to retire from their Administration Team, as it was being too stressfull in my previous stressfull day.

These endless hours of responding to reports, have also given me alot of experiences with Customer Support and highered my matureness.
It would be an honour to fill out somewhat the same duties at Tribot.

I have also been a Moderator of Merchanting.net (When they decided to turn into a Bot Client) and where there for about half a year.

If you got any questions, or need verification, please contact me.

Denmark, Europe (GMT+1)


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Why not... I'll put mine here too.



  My name is Dylan Tracey and I have been playing runescape since 2004 and have been botting since 2006.
I took a break from Runescape in 2009 and started playing, running, and hosting private servers. I was a mod in Lost PK
which for awhile was one of the largest RSPS communities and I was incharge of helping with the management of the forums.
I also ran 2-3 other private servers which reached a total of about 3000 members, normally around 200 on at a time.
I was also a moderator or admin on about 4-5 other servers throughout my times on private servers which ended this year
with the release of Oldschool runescape. I am now an active member of the community and sell VIP Vouchers with Elmo.
I have handled roughly 10,000$ Worth of vouchers and have done over a dozen trades with members of the comunity. I am
also active on the Teamspeak for when or if people go in there seeking help (it's been pretty dead in there lately though).
I also currently know HTML and CSS and im working on PHP and java script. Once I have learned PHP and java script I will
move onto Java and then start scripting and producing free scripts. I do not plan to make any premium scripts because I
already make plenty of money from doing other things through Oldschool. I make roughly 100$ a day botting and then I make
money from selling VIP vouchers. Anyways, I hope you consider me and either way I'll still be around to help out.


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Proof or didn't happen, seriously. Want a picture with both of you drinking tea with a sign saying "ITryNotToTroll and Zainy drinking tea like pro's".



Some day ;D


Anyways...Congratz to TheD on sectional moderator of the black market.

I suggested to him that he would be better suited in the bodybuilding section, but alas.

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