I applied, but I'm assuming this will question others as to why.
I realize I may not be what most people would consider appropriate GS material; I choose to lurk over making any substantial posts within the community. This is probably what I'm going to get through feedback, and I acknowledge that I could have done a better effort in communicating to the community.
Saying that, I'm not sure how I should go on about this post. So instead, I'll just say what I'm planning to do if I do become GS, and I'll let the community's judgement determine if I'll be a good GS from there.
Once I become GS, I plan on hosting events similar to the kind you would see in the older games AGE hosts, like Shaiya, but in particular, the formerly hosted IMAGINE. In particular, I have three events I plan on introducing to DWO (which hopefully I can receive feedback on by the GS/GM team should I make the GS position), including a competition, a tier-level event and an event helping newbies. I won't divulge too much of what I'm planning, but I simply aim to give you, the community, other means of having fun, which is what made the other games successful. Also, these events will be more mainstream to the game then previous events, like the recent music video contest.
I may not look it, but I'm also familiar with the duties of a GS. My brother was once a GS for another game, and a good one at that. And I plan to learn from his leadership, as well as his former colleauges, all of whom I am proud to say are good friends of mine.
I don't know if anyone would recall, but I don't mind if they don't. x: I've also posted little bits of new JP content like weapon movesets, and I've also contributed to the wiki (but unfortunately, not recently @_@).
I appreciate any and all feedback the community has to offer from me, and I'll try my best to learn and better myself from them. Although don't post "He doesn't post enough >:(", cause that's painfully clear, even to me. xD;
P.S: Sorry that it's not short