IGN: 501st ARC 1LT LBLZ Echo 1409
Why i want to become vice commander: I want to become vice commander because i want to be able to support the battalion in every possible way and becoming the bxo i feel that i will be able to represent my battalion better that way. I would like to lead my fellow soldiers into battle and i feel that I've got experience and i would like to turn that experience into orders for my brothers to follow. I have fought bravely and valiantly over the days and other commanders have pointed out my efforts. I wish that i could stand up there with my superiors because I feel that I more that just another standard clone as all of the other clones should. Im not saying im better than anyone. Its simply that i have more experience.
The purpose of a commander: The purpose of a commander is to command their troops and give them orders so they don't act sloppy on the field and to represent their battalion by showing exceptional skills on the battlefield. They also are the examples set for all clones. All clones should aspire to be one of them one day and if the commander acts badly then their troopers wont succeed as often than if the commander is more experienced. Commanders are just the ones that have shown great skill on assignments and have been viewed and appointed by there superiors
Why should you trust me: I've been with the 501st ever since I joined and few months ago and I believe my BCO and my fellow troopers would put their faith in me for becoming their BXO because ive shown my skill multiple times on the field. I love playing with my fellow soldiers who I consider friends rather than just people who ill never get to know but over these weeks ive got to actually know and understand my brothers. I want to show those brothers of mine that if I can succeed so can they. By becoming BXO i feel that they will see that they can get there to one day. Thats all i want, is to see my brothers succeed and i strongly feel that i can help them do that.
How often am I online: Everyday.
Do i have any Warnings: No