A stranded man at the edge of Earth.
Trine and Tine
A Dungeon Crawler made too soon for the 4 hour contest.



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Its my friend Chrisopher Wallen's place. Its cozy, but not nice as in my home. Besides, I don't really have a palace here in the states and the one I do occupy time to time is what you would consider a mansion or along those lines. But here in the states, I stay at either safe-houses or with friends.

What are you jammin' too?

Now those are some nice tunes.
Some jazz for everyone and...

What are you thinking about right now?

I'm thinking of....
Once I built a railroad, made it run, made it race against time.
Once I built a railroad, Now it's done, brother can you spare a dime...

Fallout: New Vegas

True enough. Change does happen to everything, so let's see what they have become now.

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My friend caught this pic of me as I was visiting his house. I hate how he always catches me at the wrong moment for a picture, but I have no real pictures here in the states other than this one. Note that it is a bit outdated. Oh, and my hair is normally a light blonde, but the lighting of this picture and the fact that I was away from the sea at this time, it darkened a bit. Living in the coastal cities of the nedherlands has made my hair color nearly turn white, which has alarmed more than one person.

I propse an Amusing Image thread

A dragon slayer has a little problem with his supposed generic scenario...

What fictional monster scares you the most?

The true face of a wolf demon. Scary stuff.

What was the last thing you bought at the time of your reading this?

Rubber cement, a rean of A4 paper an a rean of standard glossy cardstock. Oh the joys of home publishing.

What are you currently reading?

What do you and facesforce recommend starting on for Hemingway? I own Islands in the Stream, but that's his last book and it may not have even been completed, so it might be a poor introduction.

I suggest either "A farewell to arms" or "Green hills of Africa" for your first reading. If you can't stand long stories than he also wrote "The snows of kilimanjaro and other stories", but I warn you that the short stories imagery is a bit confusing on your first read.

Fallout: New Vegas

No, the NCR was not the sort of government state to invade other areas unless they went through the proper protocols, even the fallout bible does not contradict this. The brotherhood of steel was the overly zealous cult that kept technology from others at all costs. Tactics explains why the east cost branch is so different, but....
I remember the NCR running out all gambling and criminal operations outside their territory. That is why New Reno was the real criminal hub during fallout 2 and depending what you did, your own son becomes the boss of new reno and runs it with an iron fist, so why would las vegas be their new ground? Simple. It has not been used yet in any of the games.

That's pretty awesome. Hope they do San Fran or LA if they haven't already (not including the FO1&2...which I even don't know where they took place.)

In fallout 1, LA was brought back as the boneyards and in fallout 2, I believe LA returned as some Chinese crime lord's home turf (Think like Emperor Ching from flash gordon). All I remember is that they had guards with big guns and a bloody force field. I never made it further than to the hubologists before they killed me.