Good day/evening. (whenever and wherever you read this post)
My name is Mihail and I am sixteen and a half years of age. I was born and currently live in Bulgaria. I'm an aquarius (who cares, but still.) I think that's about the vague presentation of myself.
My main char is the infamous Xyron, (Played 27 days and ~20 hours). I also play my feral, Druu (16 days and something playtime.) I date quite a while back in time, I have played on here on and off for a few years. I know back then Zabijak raids were a normal thing to do, Botanica bosses' hp was much more than it is now, p5 was the max gear, or Shadow Illidan wiping out a 4g raid. I do have Srdce z Tarnosa (an item from the long gone Ultimate instance) in my hunt's bag somewhere. Anyways, I'm an old player, you see.
My IP is dynamic.
As a GM/Eventer, I don't have any experience, but I am a quick learner and I believe, if I am accepted, hopefully, more experienced GMs and Eventers will help me start off and learn how to do events and/or solve problems.
As far as communication with the players goes, I know English (pretty well), Bulgarian (perfect, makes sense), some Czech (I mean, enough to survive), Russian (My mom teaches it, she can help
), I also study German in school.
I am an out-going person that is very ambicious, and if I am given a chance, I will make sure it is not to be wasted by any means. I will admit that I have had some arguments here and there (Sorry Valith & Sorry Ignore list), but we're all people and we all make mistakes, no?
In conclusion, I would say that a Bulgarian in the GMT will be of use, seeing as sometimes Bulgarians tend to get really nasty in LFG, and they get away with it, 'cause nobody really understands what they say.
Thank you for the attention and taking the time to read my application form.
Best wishes, sincerely yours,
EDIT: I sincerely appreciate all three GMs' opinions as of 6:16 PM. But I personally don't think that my nationality should be a deciding factor whether I deserve to try out. Then again, we Bulgarians are a weird nation, but not all of us are the same, every Bulgarian has a personality and a way of carrying themselves. As far as knowing Czech goes, I do understand it, I may not know some words, but I do undertand it, despite not being able to type in it pretty well. And I can always ask someone to tell me what something means if I don't get it from the first time.
Then again, that is personally my own opinion, I do not in any way target to change your opinion on me, I just want this to be out there. Thank you again. Best regards.