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  1. Name: Phillip Donaghey
  3. What country are you from?: UK, Northern Ireland
  5. SteamID: STEAM_0:0:106422313
  7. In-Game name: "(Rank) Lima" or Phillip Donaghey
  9. Age?: 13 I'll be 14 on October 18th but am always told that i sound 15-16
  11. Play Time? Must be at least 3 days. No exceptions(SCP-RP):1week 1day and 6hr at the time of writing this, I had over 3weeks in V2
  13. Are you a VIP/GoldVIP?: Gold VIP with pac3
  15. Do you have a microphone?: yes, corsair gaming h2100 (wireless)
  17. Do you have TeamSpeak ( Required )?: Yes, and have a private channel, but I never use it and also. Who even use's TS anymore?
  19. Why should we pick you? (250 word minimum):
  20. Don't think i can get this to 250 words but I'll try. I think I should be chosen for staff because, I am have good manners and I speak clearly. I have experience as staff on a different server (closed now) and think that due to my rank on that server should give me an edge on someone who doesn't. I am extremely active and know a lot of people on the server. I think that I have a lot of warns even know the max is 20 I would still consider 9 to be more than I would rather have. I know I don't have a good rep on the server but compared to some people and what it used to be I would say it has improved. I am on good standing with the staff and from what I know there are no staff that have a grudge on me. I know a lot regarding the foundation and what it does. I am experienced with ULX and know how the commands work. It would also help me greatly with my rep on the server, and help improve my grammar (look at old stuff i put up and the mistakes on spelling). I don't get all worked up if i'm in a sit that is confusing, in the worst case i would call a higher up for help. ( I know its like 229 words but i really can't think of anything else to say).
  22. Will you be active?: Yes I am already Active and if anything if i am accepted then I will be more active
  24. How long will you be able to play per day?: You might think I'm not being serious but literally all day, I am basically not off my PC
  26. Are you aware at least 75% of your time on the server should be on duty time and failing to do so will result in a punishment: Yes i understand that more than 75% must be on-duty
  28. Any past experience as staff?: I was community manager for over a year on Essential Game Play (methRP)
  30. Do you have any specific mental conditions/illnesses and if yes, what are they?: not really but i am prone to migraines so the time i'm not using my mic that's probably the reason
  32. Any previous warns/bans? If so why? (maximum of 20 warns, no exceptions):
  33. 9warns
  34. FailRP
  35. FailRP-FakeID as police
  36. FailRP-breaching as -2 with no permission
  37. FailRP-hitting 049 as -2
  38. SSA
  39. SSA
  40. FDA
  41. Accidental RDM (wasn't banned just warned)
  42. Wallbang
  44. Do you know the basic ULX commands Yes/No: yes
  45. !noclip
  46. !cloak
  47. !warn (name) (Reason)
  48. !kick (reason)
  49. !xban
  50. !menu
  51. !tp
  52. !Bring
  53. !Goto
  54. !jail (time)
  55. !god
  56. !ungod
  57. !spectate
  58. !freeze
  59. !logs
  60. and there is more but dont know them of the top of my head
  63. Do you know what SCP-RP is about? (not just job descriptions):
  66. The Foundation operates to maintain normalcy, so that the worldwide civilian population can live and go on with their daily lives without fear, mistrust, or doubt in their personal beliefs, and to maintain human independence from extraterrestrial, extradimensional, and other extranormal influence.
  68. Secure
  69. The Foundation secures anomalies with the goal of preventing them from falling into the hands of civilian or rival agencies, through extensive observation and surveillance and by acting to intercept such anomalies at the earliest opportunity.
  71. Contain
  72. The Foundation contains anomalies with the goal of preventing their influence or effects from spreading, by either relocating, concealing, or dismantling such anomalies or by suppressing or preventing public dissemination of knowledge thereof.
  74. Protect
  75. The Foundation protects humanity from the effects of such anomalies as well as the anomalies themselves until such time that they are either fully understood or new theories of science can be devised based on their properties and behaviour. The Foundation may also neutralise or destroy anomalies as an option of last resort, if they are determined to be too dangerous to be contained.
  78. Rival Agencies and Groups of Interest
  80. The Foundation is not the only organisation with knowledge of and capability to interact with or utilise anomalies. While some of these Groups of Interest have similar goals and may cooperate with us on issues of global security, many more are opportunistic and profit-oriented, seeking to adapt or use anomalies to their own ends. Foundation personnel are instructed to treat individuals from such groups with suspicion at all times, and collaboration with such groups without the explicit prior consent of Foundation leadership will be cause for termination or other disciplinary action.
  83. Clearance Level 0 (For official use only) - given to non-essential personnel that have no need to have access to SCP information or have no contact with SCPs (janitor etc.)
  85. Clearance Level 1 (Confidential) - Given to foundation units that work in the area of SCPs but do not have direct contact with SCPs (janitor cleaning around Containment Chambers etc.)
  87. Clearance Level 2 (Restricted) - Given to foundation personnel that require direct access to information regarding SCPs (Researchers etc.)
  89. Clearance Level 3 (Secret) - Given to most Armed forces within the foundation and are given to senior researchers. Given to personnel that require in-depth information regarding SCPs
  91. Clearance Level 4 (Top Secret) - Given to personnel that require regional or site-wide intelligence. Mainly given to task force commanders but sometimes given to task force members.
  93. Clearance Level 5 (Thaumiel) - Given to the highest ranking members of the foundation, and give unlimited information about the foundation to the wielders.
  96. SAFE:
  97. Safe class is anomalies that have been fully understood by the foundation and can be safely contained or need to be purposefully triggered to activate its anomalous effects.
  99. Euclid:
  100. Euclid class is anomalies that have not been fully understood by the foundation, which means they cant be safely contained, but cant be classified as a Keter because they dont pose as big as a threat as Keter
  102. Keter:
  103. Keter class is one of the most dangerous type of anomalies the foundation has under their control, these anomalies can be world ending and are really complex, these SCPs should only be tested on if there is a heavy guard team present.
  106. Personnel Classifications
  108. Class A
  109. Class A personnel are those deemed essential to Foundation strategic operations, and are not allowed direct access to anomalies under any circumstances. When circumstances require Class A personnel to be in direct proximity to such anomalies (such as in the case of facilities housing containment units), Class A personnel are not allowed access to the areas of the facility containing such anomalies and are to be kept in secured areas at all times. In the case of an emergency, Class A personnel are to be immediately evacuated to a designated and secure off-site location. O5 Council members are always Class A personnel.
  111. Class B
  112. Class B personnel are those deemed essential to local Foundation operations, and may only be granted access to objects, entities, and anomalies that have passed quarantine and have been cleared of any potential mind-affecting effects or memetic agents. In the event of a containment breach or hostile action against a Foundation facility, Class B personnel are to be evacuated to a designated, secure off-site location as soon as possible.
  114. Class C
  115. Class C personnel are personnel with direct access to most anomalies not deemed strictly hostile or dangerous. Class C personnel that have had direct contact with potentially mind-affecting or memetic properties may be subject to mandatory quarantine and psychiatric evaluation as deemed necessary by security personnel. In the event of a containment breach or hostile action against a Foundation facility, non-combatant Class C personnel are to either report to secure lock-down areas or evacuated at the discretion of on-site security personnel in the case of a site-wide breach or other catastrophic event.
  117. Class D
  118. Class D personnel are expendable personnel used to handle extremely hazardous anomalies and are not allowed to come into contact with Class A or Class B personnel. Class D personnel are typically drawn worldwide from the ranks of prison inmates convicted of violent crimes, especially those on death row. In times of duress, Protocol 12 may be enacted, which allows recruitment from other sources — such as political prisoners, refugee populations, and other civilian sources — that can be transferred into Foundation custody under plausibly deniable circumstances. Class D personnel are to be given regular mandatory psychiatric evaluations and are to be administered an amnestic of at least Class B strength or terminated at the end of the month at the discretion of on-site security or medical staff. In the event of a catastrophic site event, Class D personnel are to be terminated immediately except as deemed necessary by on-site security personnel.
  120. Class E
  121. Class E is a provisional classification applied to field agents and containment personnel that have been exposed to potentially dangerous effects during the course of securing and establishing initial containment over a newly-designated anomalous object, entity, or phenomenon. Class E personnel are to be quarantined as soon as possible, monitored, and screened for potentially harmful changes in behaviour, personality, or physiology, and may only return to duty after being fully debriefed and cleared by psychiatric and medical staff.
  125. Administration
  126. Site Director
  127. Site directors for major Foundation facilities are the highest-ranking personnel at that location and are responsible for the continued, safe operation of the site and all of its contained anomalies and projects. All major departmental directors report directly to the Site Director, who in turn reports to the O5 Council.
  129. O5 Council Member
  130. The O5 Council refers to the committee consisting of the highest-ranking directors of the Foundation. With complete access to all information regarding anomalies in containment, the O5 Council oversees all Foundation operations worldwide and directs its long-term strategic plans. Due to the sensitivity of their positions, O5 Council members must not come into direct contact with any anomalous object, entity, or phenomenon. Furthermore, the identities of all O5 Council members is classified; all council members are referred to only by their numeric designation (O5-1 through O5-13).
  134. Do you understand the rules of SCP-RP(1 word is not an answer).: Yes, i under stand the rules of the server and understand that not obeying them will result in a punishment
  136. Additional Information:
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