Talk:Forum Moderator

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Do F-Mods have a crown next to their name in-game?[edit source]

Do F-Mods have a green crown next to their name in-game? Blue partyhat.png Islwyn Talk

F-mods do not have a crown in-game, just as player mods do not have a crown in the forums. Magic potion (4).pngCFLM Talk # Sign 17:26, 18 July 2008 (UTC)
Player mods are just normal players in the fourms and the reason why fourm mods have their crown only on fourms is because they only have their powers in the fourms same as player mods have their powers only in the game. Wintumber tree.png C0ngratz406 (talk) Santa hat detail.png

No only Silver Crown of player moderators are shown in game for non jagex members, [ Moderaors Section on Runscape] --phamtom2110:41, 19 October 2008 (UTC)

There is at least one forum moderator i know of who is also a player moderator but you guys are stupidly picky about names so ima have to wait till she logs in to be able to post her name. Rabbit Fear 13:53, March 2, 2010 (UTC)

Rabbit, first off drop your hostility, and two, we will never post her name on here or the article. If she makes an account here and makes a statement and signs it here on the talk page, okay great. But no one is allowed to post other player names. Get over it already.--Degenret01 14:13, March 2, 2010 (UTC)

No and no a part of this article is false forum mods CAN be p mods if you wernt so pathetically picky about revealing names even with a persons authorisation then I could post and prove that statement wrong but this site is stupidly individualistic meaning that you cant have individual players mentioned as its "unfair to others" --Defence cape (t).png Rabbit FearArmadyl godsword.png 05:58, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

Nobody is doubting you, I can tell you that one of the admins on this wiki is a dual mod with both F mod and P mod status. What part of the article is wrong?? I can't find anything saying that f mods can't be p mods. If you don't want to do it yourself since you think someone will revert it, tell me what it is and I can change it. Unicorn horn dust.png Evil Yanks talk 06:49, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

J Mods[edit source]

Why is there a list of Jagex mod abilities on the Forum Mod page?? I don't know what to do with it [[File:]] User talk Evil Yanks Contribs [[File:]] 09:33, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

Forum mod whos also a p mod[edit source]

              • shes a forum mod and also has p mod status talk to her in game and she has a silver crown next to her name.

(Name removed) (read backwards) is a forum mod and a p mod so your p mods arent forum mods theory goes out of the window

Rabbit, you win - even though it's "officially" called a ban.

Risk Wizard 05:25, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

I'm going by what the page previously said which is that jagex are trying to use the term "forum mute" rather than "forum ban" as it sounds less intimidating. --Defence cape (t).png Rabbit FearArmadyl godsword.png 05:27, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

That's fine. I was just going by what Forum Moderators use. ;)

Risk Wizard 05:34, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

k sysops are on my ass as usual but normally we take a registerd users word over some random ips they could both be wrong but as far as im aware the registerd user has the higher ground --Defence cape (t).png Rabbit FearArmadyl godsword.png 05:38, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

All editors are equal.

Risk Wizard 05:40, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

been there read that nonsense about everyone being equal though its incredibly obvious we arent --Defence cape (t).png Rabbit FearArmadyl godsword.png 06:00, March 15, 2010 (UTC)

Does anyone know if Forum mods can hide other Forum mod posts? --S terror1 17:43, January 16, 2011 (UTC)

As per the launch of Runescape website update, RSOF also changed. The forum mods of Runescape website no longer has green crown.

I strongly recommend to remove the statement on this article regarding fmod's possession of the green crown. It isn't accurate.

Screenshot on this article of a forum moderator post in RSOF is outdated. Like said previously, fmods no longer have forum green crowns on their post.

Maxed thread posting[edit source]

removed the note about fmods able to post on maxed threads. I have no clue if they can or not, but that's not a power that can be stated if it does exist.YtHaar-Mej (talk) 04:02, March 15, 2013 (UTC)YtHaar-Mej