Melchizedek Smith worked for Remi's Ring, a Q2 Diamond Company owned by ArtFul Enterprises.
Melchizedek Smith has earned 6 Hard Worker achievement medals during his eRepublik Life.
Melchizedek's skills were:
- Manufacturing skill - 3.5
- Land skill - 6.46
Melchizedek Smith has been extremely involved with Australian Politics.
He has been elected as Australian Independents party president on three separate occasions. He was also Senate Speaker multiple times. The first time he did this was on June 15, 2009, where he beat Alex Australis very narrowly, with a vote of 19-18.
The next month, he was re-elected as the AI party president. On July 15, 2009, he was voted in again as Party President with 29 votes, ahead of(5 votes), and (2 votes).
In August as well, he was re-elected for a third consecutive month. On August 15, 2009, he was re-elected with 25 votes, ahead of H.Nelson (15 votes), and Czar Gabriel Cervantes (0 Votes).
Melchizedek Smith was also involved with the Australian Cabinet.
On September of 2009, Melchizedek Smith ran in the election of Prime Minister of Australia. Whilst he was not successful in this (he lost narrowly to stewstoyc, he was still chosen by Stewstoyc to be the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia.
On September 15, due to Real Life issues, Stewstoyc resigned from the game, and Melchizedek Smith officially became Prime Minister of Australia, a position that he held until October 5, 2009. Although he re-ran for Prime Minister in the October election, he lost to Patti11. The main reason for this is considered to have been the influence of H.Nelson as a third contender in the election, and then Party President.
Melchizedek Smith was also the Senate Speaker for a number of terms, too.
Melchizedek Smith last membership was in the True Blue Party.
Melchizedek Smith was also elected to represent the Australian Senate on three occasions:
- to represent the state of Queensland on two occasions, those being May and June of 2009.
- In July of 2009, Melchizedek Smith ran and was successfully elected to represent Australia as a Senator in New South Wales.
During the months of June and July of 2009, Melchizedek Smith was elected to represent Australia as Senate Speaker.
Melchizedek Smith owns a newspaper called subscriptions., which had a little bit more than 100