Wexter needs to be an Elder. I mean come on community activity is down lets be honest. Without Wexter, less people are actively contribute to creating and promoting discussion. I mean I believe numerous different users have came together and met each other on Hummingbird because he essentially united the community. Let's ask ourselves why Wexter was promoted to Senpai in the first place. @Ryn did you not promote him for his contributions to the community and active discussion to both new and old users?
Let's be honest when you have different moderators of all types you need an objective one. I mean if you add too many moderators it just makes mods unnecessary in general but if you pick the right ones then you would collectively have a community of people who interact and discuss more often.
Now, the concern here is that people who hate Wexter will probably be against this but I'm sure that's a small amount of users who just hate everyone. I mean I must admit Wexter can be a bit obnoxious at times but that's just human nature. I know my opinion on this site means jackshit but if your truly value the community that was established nearly 2 years ago then at least improve upon it. Make this a place of active discussion. Bring together new and old users and make Wexter a fucking Elder man. He's been here longer than most of us and he's actually active enough to hold the role
This is not me needlessly bitching about the mods but rather just the notice of lack of mod activity. Really I see mods just lock threads, and change titles and shit I mean if that's all that goes on then you could have only like 3-4 mods and that'd be enough to get the job done. Regardless, give the guy a chance you made him a senpai so why not endorse him more and make it an easier place for interaction. At the very least at he could then kinda be objective in matters that the Senpai can't.
Also get over yourselves with this bullshit entitlement. We don't all have to like each other but I sure as hell would like to meet more users who I can get along with and not just see these threads and go "who are you". It's much easier to meet users when there's a general forum of meeting these people other than intro threads which do nothing but provide recommendations and basic greetings to each other. I mean how the hell can someone make friends without awkwardly pming another user after meeting in some random unrelated thread. General discussion topics allow users to get along much easier and they can discuss various things and overcome that initial "who the fuck is this person" mentality that develops each time a person joins a new community.
^This guy is who I'm referring to if you didn't know. @Wexter who's basically @Josh's most active less lazy half.