Hey Helpers! Welcome to October 18’s Faces Of The Force!
You guys have come from so many different places. Whether you found us recruiting on CPO and were introduced from to armies because of us, or you joined us through another army. You’re all as valuable as the army itself.
For this week’s face, we’re looking at someone from the latter way of joining. She has joined Help Force and had been giving it her all ever since; Fxizaxx (Faz)!
Hey Helpers! Every Help Force moderator has a unique aspect that they identify with, whether it’s Juanita’s typos, Lottie’s lollipops, Moon’s chicken nuggets or Tistle’s tuba. We now get to know more about Aoao, a Help Force 3IC who identifies with clowns. Through this interview, you will gain more insight into who he is and may even learn something new like I did. Please continue reading to see what happened:
Hey Helpers! Welcome back to this week’s edition of Faces Of The Force!
To be a vital Helper, you don’t have to spend your life on Discord. To be a vital Helper, you don’t have to talk 24/7. All that we require of you is your attendance, following of rules, and Help Force spirit! We notice each and every one of you and all the things that you do for the Force.
This week’s face is a little less known than last week’s. However, this week’s face has worked just as hard to be the best helper they can be. This week’s Face is none other than ROOBOO!
Hey Helpers! As you may have noticed, I am not Beni. You may have also noticed, there hasn’t been a Face Of The Force in a while. Beni has trusted me with resuming this very important blog that she hasn’t been able to write in a while.
You helpers deserve to be recognized for your hard work. After all, you’re the gears that make the Help Force machine work. As a mod, all I do is add oil once in a while to make sure you’re running smoothly. You guys are everything to the force. This is why Faces Of The Force is being picked up.
For my first face as the writer of this blog, we’re going to someone you all should be familiar with, our current reining GoTW: Katty!
Before I even begin this week’s Face of the Force, I can already hear Helpers saying “Did Beni only pick Tsanami because they’re a CPO ship?“. The answer is absolutely not. I would never want to abuse my abilities as a writer for this website like that. However, I must state that being in a CPO ship with Tsanami has brought me close to her, and that is how I know she deserves to be this week’s Face of the Force. Tsanami is, like other Faces before her, an incredibly active member in HF. What some of you may not notice, however, is just how devoted Tsanami is to Armies in general; a Head Party Planner in Royal Family, the sole Leader of Crimson Guardians, and a Master Commander in Help Force. Everywhere in the NAA, you’ll see Tsanami either attending every event she can, cracking jokes about her CPO family (especially me), and mothering everyone around her. Tsanami is a special and important person because of how devoted she is, not only to Armies, but to people in general. Tsanami is one of the more adult members of Help Force, and she uses that platform to help and engage those younger than her and help them through whatever they may be going to. Tsanami is someone that ought to be admired, and it is my distinct honor to call her this week’s Face of the Force.
Welcome back to Faces of the Force! This time, we’re looking at genuinely one of the nicest people in the Force! The oddly named Bean Pea is a timid, but loving member of Help Force who can be found attending every event ever, talking about ‘being Leb’, I chose Bean as my interviewee this time because of how active she is in Help Force and how absolutely loving she is. I have never seen Bean say a harsh word to anyone, and I admire her for it. So, without further ado, I present to you…the Beni-Bean Interview! Please continue reading to see what happened:
Faces of the Force – Silent_Moon
The Help Force website really is a valuable resource. Filled to the brim with information about armies, stamp segments and more, the first time I went on this website I saw a Meet the Mod article. I loved to read it, and I immediately started looking through others. I thought it was a wonderful way to bridge the gap between regular Helpers and staff. So, naturally, when I became a writer for the website.
I thought it would be really fun to bridge a second, unspoken gap: the gap between newcomers and familiar faces. With that being said, I introduce Faces of the Force, interviews from regular, non-staff members of Help Force.