Hello, i heard youve wished to become an admin, and were grateful for that, but i wish to ask a couple of questions of you not abusing your power, of you taking care of the wiki of intended purposes and overall helping it to become a better wiki.
Oh I hadn't asked at all, KingTiger was just noting that wikia allows contributors to become admin only after they have at least 100 edits. I'll have way more than that soon lol - making item pages and such is edit-intensive, and I'm planning on making pages for all items and notes and quests etc. With the templates I've modded from the other wiki I work on (Dawn of the Dragons, an admin with over 5k edits) most info is hosted on the item pages and then can be called up on other pages (like the tables on the new category pages I've been making).
Being an admin here would let me be a bit more helpful - I've already accidentally made one page that needs deletion, and also I'd like to flesh out the menu bar at the top to link to categories etc to make navigating easier.
So to answer your questions:
Nope, I wouldn't abuse admin power (admin on the DotD wikia and another non-wikia wiki, and been admin/mod for game forums)
Yes, I'd help with watching over it and keeping it to the topic of Elysian Tales/Dust. I'm rather perfectionist, so I always want to be 100% sure about anything I put on a wiki, and I also correct errors etc I see.
And yes I'll help it become a better wiki - I looked this wiki up while playing find out where to get crafting items etc, and noticed it could use some fleshing out to be a good resource. After finishing the game and having fallen completely in love with it, I decided the game deserved my efforts to help out the community. :D
As much as this seems like blind faith, ive given you Admin and Rollback duty. As Im not able to take care of it completely together, I wish to see this wiki grow and create new things, and im very thankful for what your editing and doing, if you wish to help/edit anything (including rules and writing and community) feel free to start a form and inform me about it.