Another poster on BioWare's Dragon Age forums, and resident lore nerd.


Hi, my name is |CENSORED BY YOUR FRIENDLY LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD GOVERNMENT AGENCY|, and I'm a |CENSORED BY YOUR FRIENDLY LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD GOVERNMENT AGENCY|... that is, when I'm not reading, playing video games, hanging with friends, or waiting for the next tidbit of info on Dragon Age: Origins to be released. I'm definitely a lorophiliac (that's technical for lore-ophiliac), and really enjoy seeing the depth that went into creating the backstory to this setting. I've been a fan of Bioware even since Knights of the Old Republic (my 1st RPG, after which I quickly jumped into Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights). I love listening to music (my favorites change from time to time, but usually consist of alternative rock, hard rock, and a smattering of metalcore and the occassional country, pop, or goth rock), and believe that if a word doesn't actually exist, it can (and sometimes SHOULD) still be used as long as there's a hyphen involved somewhere.

Other FavoritesEdit

Games (not all-inclusive)Edit

  • The Elder Scrolls Series (all the way back to Daggerfall, which I only managed to get b/c it was free)
  • Baldur's Gate II (I didn't really like the first one... I'm not entirely sure why, though, I'll have to go replay it while waiting for DA:O)
  • Knights of the Old Republic I and II
  • Mass Effect
  • Neverwinter Nights (Hordes of the Underdark was amazing; sadly, the first 2 parts were kinda suckish)
  • Overlord (I'm thinking of spending some money I technically don't have so I have something to play before November comes around)
  • Assassin's Creed (love the "question everything" attitude that it tries to bring to the front)
  • Prototype (who DOESN'T love the idea of being a shapeshifting ubervirus???)
  • Fable I and II (only b/c I can see the story building up; otherwise, they were kinda ridiculously childish/dumb in a lot of ways)
  • Any Star Wars Game Ever Released (even the crappy ones, all the way back to Force Commander)
  • Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (could've been one of the best games ever if it wasn't so dang buggy)

Books (again, definitely not all-inclusiveEdit

  • Anything written by Jim Butcher, Neil Gaiman, and George R. R. Martin
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