I'd like to apply for an RFM position because with the new league of Path of Exile coming out June 7th, I plan on trying to build and expand our existing Path of Exile community into a much larger group. This will be accomplished by running weekly events, bringing in new members to the community, as well existing members, and teaching them the fundamentals of the game and how to build characters and optimize their gear/skills. This is also gonna entail the creation and maintenance of an official in-game MadCast guild. And at this point if we're gonna have an official guild in the game, then honestly it needs to be run by whoever is leading the Path of Exile community and that person needs to be in a leadership role, such as an RFM/SFM/Staff. I'm currently preparing another post as I'm working on this one, to put in the other games forum about the new league of Path of Exile and a bunch of resources for people to check out as well as any and all info they might need should they consider to check the game out. I also plan on including other known players, like MadCast: A1C_Ju and MadCast: FancyPants, so that they can help me with running groups and events. Currently, I'm planning on being online at league launch on June 7th all through the 9th, and then at least 8-10 hours a day the first 2-3 weeks of the new league so that I can help out as much as possible. As far as events go, I'm thinking about trying to use saturday night as our event night to do map runs, boss kills, and other general farming and stuff that people might need. This game is pretty easy to get on, do some stuff, and get off. You don't have to wait for que's to get into matches or anything like that, so setting up events would be a bit easier than something like League of Legends imho.
On a side note:
Even if I'm not chosen as an RFM, this is still something I plan on pursuing and doing regardless. I want to grow the Path of Exile community we already have because I feel like it'll help MadCast as a whole and it's a game I love and have a passion for. Path of Exile has been breaking 250,000 - 300,000 people online for it's last couple of league launches and imho it'd be foolish not to take this opportunity to not only help expose our current members to a fun game, but to bring in members outside of the community and show them what we can offer not just in this game but as a community in general.