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 there are 5 moderators and their roles are split up into different subsets. Exactly what these mods do will be described in the next section. As of November 2016, we also have 5 chat moderators in Curve Fever 3
Forum moderator: Destin.
Tournament moderator CF2: Meechy Darko
Tournament moderator CF3: Wolkenstern
Cheater moderator: TheGordon
Tribunal moderator: TheGordon
Chat moderator: TheImam
Helpers with the chat moderating
Chat Moderators : DarkPainZz, kjjt, Laura, raytard, Thauron
What do these moderators do?
The forum is where players communicate between themselves and the Curve Fever team to express their thoughts. It is also where the Curve Fever team make announcements when necessary. Forum mods are there to:
make sure the discussions don’t go off-track.
keep things sensible and appropriate for all readers.
ensure that the forum remains a professional environment where everyone can also have fun.
answer any player questions.
The tournament mods 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. Tournament mods are also responsible for giving out those prizes.
It is necessary for the mods 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!
The clan site was created by jezevec10 and the developers. While he does the coding etc. the other clan mods organise clan tournaments and make sure players follow the clan rules. These can all be found on the clan website: clans.curvefever.com.
We all want Curve Fever to be fair and fun for everyone! It is known that some people like to cheat and make things unfair. What do the cheater mods do? They make rules that everyone can follow and deal with those who don’t follow them. It’s always an ongoing battle between the mods and the cheaters but the mods do their best to make sure things are as fair as possible.
The tribunal was created by jezevec10 and the developers. This system allows players to report other players who are offensive in the game chat. The players also decide to ‘punish’ or ‘pardon’ the players who receive more than 5 separate reports of offensive chatting. If punished the player will receive a ban from Curve Fever on that account.
The tribunal mods review each case after a decision is made to make sure the correct decision was indeed made. The mods may decide to leave the decision alone, reduce the ban length, remove the ban completely or even extend the ban for extreme cases.
These moderators do as the title says: have fun! They can organise little competitions or interesting forum posts to get users interacting in a nice way (E.g. selfie, meme or creativity compeitions and with a lot more!). They just like to give everyone a good time which is what Curve Fever is for.
The lead moderator:
The lead mod is responsible for several tasks:
managing the community.
managing the other moderators.
seeking new moderators when necessary.
communicating with the players and the Curve Fever team and everything inbetween.
handling support mails.
And also many more. The community changes face regularly and this role involves keeping that going in the right direction.
CF3 chat moderator
the CF3 chat moderator position is the most popular moderator position, At the moment, we have 5 of them. They are all active players in CF3. Their role is to view the general chat while playing Curve Fever 3 and protect it from spam. They also handle user reports and make educated decisions based on the evidence provided to them.