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Matt 'Viper' Anderson Spotlight

Matt 'Viper' Anderson

Posted by: Mhaddy on Fri Dec 19th, 2003 at 6:15 PM
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Matt 'Viper' Anderson
Name: Matt Anderson


Moniker: Viper

Sex: Male

Country of Residence: My underwater volcano lairÖ In space!!

Education: Currently in high school.

Favourite Games: Halo (consol and PC), Freespace 2, Asheronís Call 2, Pac-Man. I also like to roleplay as a plumber when I visit my goatsÖ

Gaming Roles: Playaí, Yo! Iím usually a sort of special ops guy! I like to use stealth. Or I serve as strategist and tactician. Sometimes I like to confuse and bewilder my opponent by shouting random comments, or making crude sexual references about the opponentís mothers. Or lead my clan into battle against uncircumcised gentiles, whom God himself has sent me to destroy or convert to TETSUOism!

Gaming Rig(s): I have an X-Box (Hiel!), Playstation 2, NES, GBA SP, and my lovely computer which sports a nifty Radeon 9800 Pro.

Gaming Groups / Squads / Clans: Leader of the largest Halo PC clan, the 67th Raptors, which has been around since I made it in í98. Its fault through a lot of games, and it was the first registered Halo 2 clan. The site is

Favourite Sites: Well, of course Battleground: Halo. Iím also known to visit Penny-Arcade every chance I get, along with Fark and Slashdot. Oh, and I suppose I canít leave out that oh-so-amusing Red Vs. Blue. Long live Caboose!

Hobbies / Activities: Love to write, draw, and annoy Rixor.

Accomplishments / Achievements: As I said, Iím leader of a great clan. Iíve also managed to get accepted onto BG:H staff which Iím very happy about. As for real life, Iím on the Varsity Swim Team at my highschool with a couple of school records and a state record. Iím also very proud of being close to achieving Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts of America.

Blurb: When I was a wee lad, a wise monk once said to me, ďMy lasagna burns with sparkles.Ē Or at last I think thatís what he said; it was in Mandarin Chinese. This single statement had a profound effect on me- Indeed, this metaphor spoke to me, and I realized that my lasagna wasnít sparkly. In fact, I often burnt the lasagna. Iím not sure what he ment, but I think it has something to do with the fact that everyone took life too seriously, and that those who took life lightly truly enjoyed life. Or it could be something about cooking, now that you mention it. But to this day I strive to make people happy through humor- even if no one gets it- and I want to spread that and let people escape for one small moment from their hectic lives.

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