Question 1) What is your In-game Username?
Question 2) What is your Discord Username/ID(example:Peripheral#5348)?
Question 3) What is your age?
Question 4) Have you ever been blocked from the wiki, or received any other infraction relating to Redemption?
Question 5) What languages do you speak?
Question 6) Write a brief introduction about yourself.
I’m 23 living in London and an accounting & finance student in my final year at university. I decided to apply for this role as it would be a skill I can add to my CV. Plus I have been wanting to learn new skills whenever I had the chance to. I’ve been playing almost everyday for about a year now and personally believe I can help the wiki pages improve with my knowledge with game items.
Question 7) How many hours in a week do you think you can be available editing the wiki?
1-5 hours a day
Question 😎What do you think are wiki editor responsibilities? Name at least three.
1) Updating pages
2) Completing pages within a set time
3) Read the suggestion section on wiki and decide if the suggestions provide is worth adding
Question 9) If you were accepted as a Wiki Editor, do you think you would have more "power" than any other player or donator? Explain why.
No, being a wiki editor does not mean you are above everybody else. You will still be seen as an regular player who can make change to the wiki that will help the community enjoy their gaming experience.
Scenario 1 - Are there any mistakes in this picture? If so, tell us why and what you would do to improve it.
1) Crystal helm is not an range helmet it’s a mage helmet
2) It’s a low tier helmet meaning “best” is not correct
3) Its not dropped by sea troll queen but rather Voldemort, Raiden and trinity
4) Lastly, grammar error has been posted
Scenario 2 - You are shown an example of what a Hyperlink is, and how to use it. Your Manager asks you to fix this page so that it correctly links to the Sea Troll Queen page. Which picture is more correct? A) or B) or C)? And why?
Source Mode: (The way the page looks when you are editing)
Preview Mode: (What the page would look like upon publishing)
Published: (The page has been created)
Option B is correct. Reason I selected option B over C is due to the amount of text provided in C that all the text is just unnecessary.
Scenario 3 - You have to leave the Wiki temporarily for a few days/weeks. Who are you going to tell and where are you going to post it?
I will contact the head wiki editor to let them know I will be not active due to the reasons I have. I would private message them and also send it in the discord channel for wiki staff.
Scenario 4 - You are creating a page but you know you need to get off to get some sleep. So you save that page knowing it is not finished or that it has a bunch of mistakes. Is there anything you would do before you went to sleep?
If I was to not finish a wiki page I would have to copy all the information and have it saved on my desktop on a document if possible. So that when I wake up I can continue my work and not have an unfinished page.
Scenario 5 - If someone in-game asked YOU, (who is now a Wiki Editor) a question that you didn't know and began calling you names like, "You should know this, you're a wiki editor", or "You're not a helper, keep quiet" or "Do your job already, the wiki isn't being updated", how would you respond?
Just respond that I am trying my best and I possibly made a mistake
Scenario 6 - You see another wiki editor vandalizing the wiki. There are many things you can do. Name at least three.
Let the wiki manager know straight away, after provide proof about the situation then try my best to speak to the other person. In the meantime repair the pages that have been targeted to reduce as much damage as possible.
Scenario 7 - One day a wiki editor that you've known for awhile asks you that they need your password in-game to borrow an item for the wiki. Choose the letters that you would do?
A) Give that Wiki Editor your password. Because why wouldn't you? They're your friend after all. B) Ask them why? Them give them your password because they seem trustworthy. C) Report them privately. ✓ D) Don't report them, but say no. E) Provide them alternative ways to get that item. ✓