Your first name: Smitt Your in-game name: Jaguar Your profile ID: 237322331 Your age: 17 Your previous experience if any: In-Game Playing Experience: I\'ve played Crysis for quite some time. Only on the 188.8.131.5267 version (un-patched). I\'ve played Crysis Wars here and there, but never became too fond of it. Other Experience: Though it may be frowned upon, I have some experience editing files/cheating. I was very infatuated with the idea that one could edit their player\'s movement or abilities, so I consequently strove to find someone who could show me how. Anyway, the endpoint is that I\'m accustomed to editing files and am very well aware of the glitches brought about by cheaters. I obviously don\'t cheat because I learned that it destroys the fun of the game and I resent those who do. (To warrant that, one example of a glitch accompanied with Infinite Ammo or some sort of Trainer is that the player, to you, appears to be reloading while at the same time the sound of the gunfire has ceased and bullets appear to be coming from the other player\'s body or side of the reloading gun). Experience With Modded Servers: I came across a couple different mods that had been adapted to Crysis 1.0 which a friend had given to me. I enjoyed them very much and played with editing them for quite some time. For a while I even hosted my own server. In addition, I set up the old server, Adapt&Engage CNS mod and was an admin there. The most difficult part of letting others become admins or giving them more control is that they usually abuse it because it\'s fun. Obviously I don\'t have much of a desire to do so because I could always run my own server to mess around on. I\'m familiar with .lua but I\'m incapable of writing any original script. Only familiar with the basics of its Syntax and editing. Your motivation: If for some reason there was a cheater (which I encountered a couple days ago on the server but could do nothing about), I\'d like to be able to remove them. Aside from that, I\'d like to possibly help with .lua and mainly I\'d like to learn. So the more experience I can get, the better. I\'ll be running my own business in about 5-6 years and I would ideally like to write my own programs for the tech portion that I\'d need. In addition, I\'m just always curious to learn and observe. I\'ve got quite a few questions about how things on the server run because it has some stuff I\'ve never seen before. I\'m very interested in it and would love to find out more. I\'ve also got a couple questions about how one might go about doing something (with coding) that I\'ve seen on some other servers but could never figure out how they did it. Already observing some of the script from some of the stuff I looked at under the \'Downloads\' tab, I\'m sure someone could entertain my curiosity with an explanation based off of the advanced code I read. When can you be online in CET (Central European Time)? Hmm. I can\'t give a definite answer to that. My schedule is pretty busy revolving around school and extracurricular activities/sports (I\'m still a student of course). Usually only weekends and time then varies quite a bit. To give you an idea of my time difference, I live in the North West hemisphere of the United States. I\'m sure that means my time is about 8 hours or so behind yours. Nonetheless, I\'ll be on at the same time as y\'all here and there. I just have no definite guarantees of when precisely. What is your average ping on server? Well, at the time being, it\'s probably insanely high. I\'ve got some network issues I\'m trying to solve with my provider because it went to crap a few weeks ago for some odd reason and is still abnormally unstable. This should be resolved shortly though which would put my Ping on the server around 150-180 I\'d assume. Maybe less though. Played time: I\'m not in Crysis at the moment, but it\'s probably not even worth looking up. It\'s somewhere less than 4 hours since I just recently discovered the server. Sorry about such a long message :P But if you\'re at all interested in entertaining a curious kid who\'d love to know a bit more about .lua and coding, then I\'m your guy!