Welcome to the Protectosaur page!
You may have noticed some folks with special badges or who are reffered to as “pros.” These are the Protectosaurs of Webosaurs Island. They are here to assist with the fun and safety of the island.
***What does a Protectosaur do?***
There are four functions of a Protectosaur:
1) Be friendly and welcoming to new dinos, helping them out whenever possible
2) Set a good example and encourage others to follow the rules
3) Assisting the moderators when possible
4) To spot troublemakers and track down the nearest moderator
Protectosaurs are here to help. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to ask the nearest one.
***How can I become a Protectosaur?***
Being a Protectosaur is a high honor on Webosaurs Island. Becoming a Protectosaur is an award for already fulfilling the tasks we have listed above. The best path to becoming a Protectosaur is to already act like one. If you feel you have what it takes, post an application as a comment to any post on the Webosaurs blog and we will receive it:
Webosaurs Age (Estimate):
Why you think you should be a Protectosaur:
Requirements: Be at least one month old in Webosaurs and have followed and exhibited the functions of a Protectosaur listed above
We will be collecting all of the applications for review. Everyone one or two weeks, we will be selecting new Protectosaurs to join the ranks.
Please do not ask the moderators if you can become a Protectosaur. If you submit an application, we will know you are interested and will keep an eye out for ya.
Protectosaurs will have meetings once a week – two on Tuesdays. While they are not required to attend meetings, they are the best way to stay updated.
Protectosaurs can have their position revoked at any time for inappropriate behavior or violating the functions of a Protectosaur
Thanks to all the Protectosaurs for their part in keeping this island safe. Also thanks to anyone who is interested in becoming one. Your continued support helps make Webosaurs a better place to be.
See you on the island!
Click here to access the Protectosaur Application on the Webosaurs Forum. Just sign in with your username and password!