What are the moderators for?
Put simply, the moderators are here to monitor/improve the Curve Fever community. With the developers busy coding and doing other important work, moderators will deal with checking up on the players themselves. They do this in different ways and this will be explained below.
Who are the current moderators?
Right now we have a wide amount of moderators and their roles are split up into different subsets. Exactly what these mods do will be described in the next section.
Community Moderator:the_hashtag_, Robt44
Chat Moderator:anja, Ozzzj, T’zane
Event Moderator Curve Fever 2:TBA
Event Moderator Curve Fever Pro:Line
What do these moderators do?
As the lead moderator, you are the go-to point of contact for all active Curve Fever moderators. The lead moderator assist where needed and uses the calm voice of reason, and is the efficient but warm decision maker, the leader of the flock. The lead moderator makes sure that community and moderators enjoy their time!
The community moderator is the person who’s in touch with the community the most. He/She will guide the community. The community can change face and the community & game moderator their job to make sure it remains enjoyable for everyone. Besides this, they’ll also act as in-game moderator. We need to make sure that everyone keeps curving of course!
This team is dealing with the in-game chat, discord server and forum! They also handle user reports and make educated decisions based on the evidence provided to them. If you see bad language or rule breaking, these are your heroes!
The event moderator make sure that there is an official Curve Fever tournament every month for the premium users. From winning tournaments, players can get their own exclusive title in the game chat, an exclusive crown icon and other prizes.
Event mods are also responsible for giving out those prizes. It is necessary for the moderator to create a sign-up topic for players to enter the tournament, make a schedule of all the players with who they play against and then fill in the schedule as the matches are played. A tough job to do in one night!