While not being a watcher, you can still elevate others experiences with reporting others who are causing wrong doings and abiding by the rules yourself; providing no incongruities is actually a HUGE help to cut down on contemptibities and heinous behaviour within our forum here at King of Thieves.
Good luck to all those who applied, maybe you'll be a watcher some day.
^Quoting in case someone scrolls past this.
Many people make it their goal to be a watcher. Some people operate under the rule 'If you're not a watcher, you can't help anyone, and if you do; we'll call you a mini-mod'. This is absurd, so say the least, and if you work with that statement: stop. How many people have helped you already this year, and are they in any position of power?
Other fourmers makes it their goal to be a watcher, if this applies to you: Stop trying to be someone you can be without effort. To the bone - [/B]A watcher is a regular member who just enforces the rules[/B]. You cannot help any more being a watcher than being a normal person, and being a watcher is HARD. Especially when this forum gets very popular. If you operate under the rule 'I need to be a watcher, so I have to help people.': Stop. I would much rather be helped by someone who's going out of their way to help than someone who's set it their goal to help. Ways like 'opening the door for people' and 'helping that person carry the heavy box' is going out of your way, whereas 'Looking for crimes to stop' is setting it your goal to help.
I wish all of you the best of luck with becoming a watcher, as JackBowe said. Just try not to make it your dream to become one!