the Junkyard: Anarchist Spotlight

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Anarchist Spotlight


Posted by: Mhaddy on Tue Jun 11th, 2002 at 3:07 PM
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Name: Brian M Morris

Moniker: Anarchist, ("Hero of None" to others)

Sex: Male

Country of Residence: United States of America

Favourite Games: Starsiege, Tribes, Tribe 2, Counter-Strike, Team Fortress Classic, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Final Fantasy 3 (USA), Diablo 2, Dark age of Camalot, Everquest (well, before the total comercialization and ads)

Gaming Roles: Commonly scout, leader, and repair man. I try getting secure areas away from main bases with massive assualt games, simply to speed teammates along and try to keep them alive just that much longer. if it's a fast game like CS where there's no way to heal teammates and an objective is pressed on time I'll commonly become a forward observer, saying where incoming is from and where help is needed. It all depends on the situation.

Gaming Rig(s): most anything challenging, common problem seems to come with games where I can't have a challenge against who ever I face, I play handicapped a lot of the time to try compensating for that. Anyone can really win over anyone else at least once, but it takes something great to test themselves with very little. (*tJY: I think he got confused ;)*)

Gaming Groups/Squads/Clans: (HERO)

Favourite Sites: well, since I'm guessing porn is out of the question: and why mention the Junkyard since you people are already at the site ;)

Blurb: gah, where do I start, where do I end, and what do I put in that annoying middle part. College sucks for trying to find time to do stuff. Too much studying for classes I barely pass as it is really get me feeling I'd have a better time trying to staple leaves to trees so I don't have to rake them in the fall. As many can see I play so many games, mostly because when I do well enough in one I head to another for a bit of excitement. I've played SS less and less online anymore though, attitudes from many seem to always be elitist and now fun to be around, but once in a while I will see people fun to play with (despite going incognito they can still be nice). Single player games never yell at me expecting a hack or trash talk, which can explain some of the games I have up there that are single player. meh, either way I'll survive. guess I'll end with a quote or two. Gandhi: "Eye for an eye and the whole world goes blind." Anarchist: "But with everyone and sightless we may actually reach that equality we've been looking for so long..."

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