Accepted 7's 1st PTMMT Application

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January 1, 2019
Sacramento, CA
1. How long have you been a part of the Pawn/Sandboxd Community?
11 years
2. Have you made Pawn Tactics Maps in the past? If so, for how long?
Yes, I've constructed ~60 maps over the course of the last 8 years. I made many posts in the PTMM section on the old pawngame website.
2. Please provide some examples of Pawn Tactics maps you have made in the past if any.
Spider and Fly (45x45) (6th).png
[DM] Heavy Fire (20x15).png
Diamond Weave (6).png
3. What do you think qualifies you to be a member of the team?
I have a love for map making and I really enjoy this game. My great PT experience has taught me many things about map making including gameplay flow, spawn positioning, drawish map positions, overpowered elevations, left/right or up/down map advantages/disadvantages, and many other map concepts. On the original pawngame website I was a member of several usergroups. I have also made maps during the past 2 years while relatively no other map makers have. Lastly, I have ideas for maps that are unique and can really guide this game into a positive direction.
4. Provide an idea you have about how we can involve the community in Pawn Tactics map making.
I don't think I have any new answers to this question that other map makers haven't already said before. Honestly, I think the best thing I can do in my own personal power is create and publish more maps. I know that my map creations have spurred activity amongst forum members and other map makers. I think the best thing I can do is slowly and gradually post more maps to the PTMM section which will indirectly create activity in the community.
5. How comfortable are you working as a team? List at least one way a team can function.
Well, I'm very comfortable working as a team as I often coordinate with my fellow clanmates in clan wars. A team must agree upon an objective and universally cooperate to achieve said goal. Everyone plays Pawn Tactics differently with different objectives in mind. Thus, map makers hold differing opinions on the characteristics of maps. I think that map makers ought to have the greater community in mind when considering PT-related map decisions.


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December 27, 2018
Thanks for all your contributions thus far, I look forward to all your future ones too! :)

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