April 3rd 2020
NARC M&B Server
I got banned because a one player during roleplay kicked me into the jail while I was AFK I had a stupid idea of tnt spamming it ignited killing 3-4 people. I made a stupid mistake and I'll keep my word that I wont tnt spam again.
NRP In-game username: Caleb/Wilhelm
Discord username: Caleb/Wilhelm
Preferred role: Leader
Preferred faction: Varnice but either would do.
Why you'd like to lead: As a leader I would want to make sure that my faction, as well as everyone playing on the server enjoys their time playing on the NRP server and I would like to do my part to ensure the community stays active and alive in the wait for Bannerlord community servers.
I'd like to lead because being active in the community and especially the voice chat during campaign hours is incredibly entertaining and I want to continue being part of that collective as a leader of a faction.
What makes you a good leader: I have participated in every iteration of the NRP campaign, I have also been officer or temporary leader at least once in every campaign. Having played on the server for a long time I have an in depth understanding of the rules and what is expected of a campaign battle and I would do my best to ensure that these requirements are met. I am also in the NRP staff team so would find it easier to ensure my team is obeying the rules of the server, such as slaying rambos or swapping those to spectators who take officer slots without a reservation.
I can communicate well using voice chat ensuring that my faction's cohesion is paramount and I would look to get everyone taking part more involved so they can get more immersed into the campaign experience so hopefully in the next campaign, they put themselves forward for an officer or leader role and the cycle of participation continues.
Most importantly, I haven't read "The Art of War ".
This might very well turn into a repeated pattern since you aren't going to learn a lesson if you forget previous warnings and ban reasons.
It also paints the picture of you requesting an unban whenever you feel like treading the thin line between what's allowed and what's not.