In RuneScape, which is a massively multiplayer online role playing game, thousands of players are all online at once. Even more players are doing other activities in real life as those online play. And of the total player base of the RuneScape community, thousands of players probably want to meet a J-Mod. Or, at least take a peek at one in-game. Mostly, because the moderators are a rare site, and can do some fun and unusual things in-game. For instance, changing levels, or turning into an evil chicken. Of course, because of their rarity of being seen in-game, it’s always nice to actually meet one; especially if they respond to you. So, here are three methods of meeting a J-Mod.
The best method for meeting one is to attend RuneScape community events. These events organized by Jagex, or players are fun and let users socialize and have fun with other users. I’ve met a lot of my best RuneScape friends from various community events, so if you’d like to fill up your friends list, try attending one of these events. You can always view a list of upcoming activities by looking at this page. Community events attract not only regular players, but Player Moderators and Jagex Moderators alike. The majority of them are there to have fun and enjoy the event, so try not to beg for them to add you or anything. The best relationships come from people liking your personality in-game, and maybe if they like you, they might add you. You don’t have to add the moderators to talk to them and ask any questions though. Anybody can ask a question to them and see if they have an answer for it. Due to the sheer amount of players who attend the community event, a lot of the times, the moderators won’t be able to see what you say. Don’t be dismayed though, at least you can say that you’ve seen a J-mod in-game before; maybe you’d like to take a screenie of them with you.
Twitter is a great way to connect with certified Jagex Moderator accounts. Tweet something cool to them, and they might reply to you. They might even follow you back! You can view a current list of J-Mods who have signed up for a public Twitter account for the community on the RuneScape forums. This is a good way of communicating with J-mods and learning more about them. Many of them post photos and may occasionally post interesting news.
Finally, there are a couple of open J-mod Friend Chats in game that are community-oriented for people to join. This may change at any time. Although it’s not a guarantee that you will be able to meet any of these J-Mods, there’s always a chance that you might find them hiding in their chats every once in a while. The following chats are good ones to stay in if you’re willing to talk with other users who might be there. These chats are: Mod Sabre, Mod Phoenix, Mod Mike, and Mod Mark. These chats usually have users in them who may chat with you and also have enough ranks to deter any spammers that come by. It is also good to note that these are the chats where you will most likely find a J-Mod.