IGN: TheRowan Age: 16 What Game Do You Want To Administrate: Minecraft (Junior Admin) Why Do You Want To Become An Admin: Ever since I joined pawncraft, more than a year ago now, people have been kind and helpful to me, helping me solve problems and answering my questions, and I feel like I want to be able to do the same for others. I think that I could be a great help to the community, both players and staff. As many of you know, I was once a moderator on this server (briefly) and in the time since my demotion I have had time to think about whether I could handle a position of responsibility like that again, and I believe that now is the time to try. Why Do You Think You Should Become An Admin: I have been a leader of the mages for nearly a year now, during that time I have faced countless disputes and problems, and I think I could use this experience if I was promoted. I have been a part of this server for more than a year, this has given me experience in how the server is run and in that time I have got to know the community very well. I am also very active on the forums. I also often find myself on at times where there are few or no Admins online. With the coming of 1.3 and the sudden influx of people, I feel that my presence could help lessen the strain on the staff. Something which kingly said in his application (sorry for attempting to steal your thunder) summarises my position very well, I have long tussled with the idea of giving up on being a staff member, but it’s something I really want to do, and as minecraft gets more and more repetitive, the thing that draws me to this server is the community and wanting to help it grow. Have You Ever Been An Admin Before: As mentioned above, moderator on this server (back when we had them) And I also was an officer in a Guild on Guildwars, this mostly involved recruitment and organisation, although eventually the Guild became inactive and I left. Anything Else: I wish people to post their honest opinions on this, regardless of if you see me as a friend or not. I would rather have negative feedback than no feedback at all.