If you see something that needs to be addressed by a moderator, please use the list below to direct your question to the proper place. If this is about a post or a PM that violates site rules, click the upside down triangle. If you are in immediate physical danger, hang up and dial 911, but if you do not live in the U.S. or Canada, do not try this as all you will get is an irate operator shouting at you.
They are responsible for helping users create maps for live play by facilitating map discussion. If you are interested in making a map, or helping out with those in production, head over to the Map Foundry part of the Forum.
As Tournament Directors, we each have a limited amount of time that we can provide to directing based on personal lives, running tournaments, and other responsibilities that we have. Each director has taken on tasks that they know they can commit to without over-burdening themselves.
The Society of Cooks Training Academy, or SoCTA, is made up of players just like you who teach other CC players how to play Escalating and Team games. We were founded by Wacicha and Gloryordeath. The principles they established still live on in our handbook, the First Four Moves.
The volunteers on the Suggestions Team help users who have ideas on ways to improve Conquer Club. We try to keep the Suggestions Forum organized and the ideas flowing. You can contact any member of our team with questions about how to make a suggestion and how the Suggestions Forum works.
They are the Volunteers who oversee the language forums. Even if not every Language Forums have a dedicated moderator, these are the guys you need to contact in case you need assistance for something related to the Int'l side of the CC Site. They can give you also some support with Int'l Tournaments, if there're problems of communication, but the main reference (and those who take decisions) for Int'l Tournaments are the Tournament Directors
They ensure that the forums are running smoothly, and are the first to review any reported posts and initiate disciplinary action against the offending user, should it be necessary. Contact them if there are any problems anywhere on our Forums.
They are responsible for the actual running of the site, be it coding or managing the community at large. When you have a problem on the site, they should be the last people you contact. Only after you have gone through all other avenues should you consider waking the sleeping beast of administrators.