Admins used to have OP permissions for their corresponding game, meaning they could change and update a game without any developer work at all. The admins who famously come to mind would be @Jinjo and @Saradabaschi , and @OrangeGE. The former two were able to add minigames, new areas, achievements, a greater player cap, etc. to Skyblock, and the latter introduced new areas to FFA maps, added easter eggs, hosted competitions, and returned gear to the victims of hackers. These changes kept the games fresh. As of right now, aside from the extra responsibility of taking care of new Helpers, Sr. Mod is a pointless promotion. Plus, it's still a role that could just as easily be handled by the Mod rank. So, why not give them the option, if they so choose, to become OP for a certain game? For example, somebody who becomes Admin of PvP could add new areas to maps, introduce easter eggs, give players their gear back in Assassins if killed by a hacker, add new kits, etc. Likewise, somebody who becomes Admin of Freebuild could host build competitions and whatnot. It would mean not requiring a developer for every minor thing. Games could be kept fresh without needing a full-blown update It also adds an aspect of community-staff communication, which I feel is currently sorta absent.