Member DreadLord_Eriss


4 months ago
I like cats but that's just unnecessary.
4 months ago
4 months ago
newly vip boi
4 months ago
you don't see this post - .-
6 months ago
i posted somthing on ur wall, hello
6 months ago
I am kewl (meme)


Map Plays Wins Best Time
Stone 0 0 -
Sand 0 0 -
Snow 0 0 -
Ores 0 0 -
Palace 0 0 -
MetalMachine 0 0 -
Statistic Value
Wins 42
Kills 367
Deaths 508
Coins 842
Exp 5578
Wool 55
K/D Ratio 0.72
Statistic Value
Wins 69
Kills 194
Deaths 458
Coins 6790
Exp 842
K/D Ratio 0.42


But now we cannot properly defend our kingdom and it requires too much trust and everyone got raided... You can fix people getting stuck by teleporting them to the closest open place so like if the core was covered, you'd spawn above. For example, 2 blocks on top of the core, you spawn 3 blocks up. Plus, nobody I know got stuck and /k sethome was better.
1 day ago
With kingdoms, there have been many bugs, but really this one is probably the most problematic. The /k home is automatically on your core and it will destroy any blocks in the way for you to get there. Also, /k sethome does not WORK.
4 days ago
Oh also, all your answers to the questions should have the same theme: Your core values for being a good staff member, and examples of how or when you've done that or will do that. For some questions, you'll have to greatly change the wording, but it's the main way to write a good application. Remember to include stuff like what staff's job is for stuff like "Why should we pick you over other applicants?"
7 days ago
I've applied multiple times and every time they have said it has been well worded and well thought through, but we can't accept because of (something other than the writing)

So here's a couple tips on how to write a good application:
1. Keep it relatively concise but still accurate to what you think.
2. Give good reasons and tie them together, accurately portraying your core values.
3. Make sure you answer every question properly and use your real opinions.
4. Include things that you could improve on if accepted.
5. Vary your wording.
6. Answer enthusiastically and hopefully, or they will know.
7. (Optional) Make the staff feel like they really get to know you.
8. Be optimistic but not cocky.
9. Be kind and respectful.
10. While writing it, keep repeating your reasons but in other words. It will prove further that you really care about this.

I hope this guide to writing a good application helped you!
7 days ago
personally I think that people that say a server sucks shouldn't be playing it
8 days ago