- Adult Baby, Diaper Lover
I know this is just, like a big red flag, but can mods remove their own neg reputation? I would never hand it out; I was just curious.
You can give negative reputation to moderators if you feel it's justified, just as you would any other member. The reputation system is intended for everyone, including moderators, if that wasn't the case we wouldn't have any reputation points at all. It would be hypocritical if we only accepted positive reputation and deleted negative especially if deserved at will.I would never hand it out.
The only difference between mods and non-mods in general with regards to the reputation system is that mods can give/take more points for a single post. If I recall correctly, chat mods can give/take up to two points, forum mods can give/take up to 3 points, and I can give/take up to four points per scoring. This, however, fluctuates a lot with time. Awhile ago, some members could give/take up to 4 points per scoring, and mods have only gained higher reputation power relatively recently (within the last two weeks). Prior to that they basically followed the same rules as everyone else, and their scorings could count for a maximum of one point.I know this is just, like a big red flag, but can mods remove their own neg reputation? I would never hand it out; I was just curious.