To become a PC supporter, you need to donate money to PC. Moderators are chosen by the H-Staff; not by the post count.
This is what the FAQ has to say:
Moderators are reviewed and selected by the higher staff. As with many forums, the general rule of thumb is "do not ask to be a mod or you will not become one." Anyway, moderators are chosen for their assets to the forum. If you would like to be a potential candidate, be sure to be kind, helpful, and make smart, quality posts. Don't spam and respect all those around you. When a moderator is needed in one of the areas you are constantly active in, you may be asked.
A moderator's job includes, but is not limited to, moving and closing threads, as well as editing any inappropriate ones. There is, however, much more to it than that. You must be mature and non-biased at all times and you cannot let your feelings on a certain topic influence your judgment. You must be fair to every member, no matter who, and it can even become a chore to come on each day whether you want to or not. It really can be quite stressful, so be sure you can handle this before you aspire to be one right away.
Remember your Electric type fan-club in Pokemon Groups? It has got quite a few members now and I think you should update the first post with the member list and also be more active in your group; come up with a few new topics or else the group will die out. :)
You know, the correct way to reply to VMs is so to either go to the other person's profile and post your reply or to click on the 'View Conversation' and reply there. I saw a bunch of your own VMs on you own profile and decided to tell you this. I hope you don't mind. :)