Author has written 3 stories for Left 4 Dead, and Pokémon.
Ma' Name? Sneaky if yah a friend. Devil if yah Ain't. Though there are always exceptions, some people even flop between the two.
I am an amazing actor and passionate role-player and I have done so for nearly twelve years now.
You shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet. Especially if I have said it. ;)
I have a passion for stories(well told ones they don't follow the path of predictability).
I'm an INTP, it's my personality type, this is honestly the best way you'll get to know me without meeting me.
INTP strengthsGreat analysts and abstract thinkers. INTP personalities are great at noticing patterns and seeing the big picture. They also possess an impressive ability to jump from one idea to another, linking them in ways that usually bewilder most other personality types. Honest and straightforward. INTPs do not play social games and see no point in sugar-coating their words. They will clearly state their opinion and expect others to return the favor. Objective. People with the INTP personality are very logical and rational individuals, who see no point in involving emotions in the decision-making process. Consequently, they tend to pride themselves in being fair and impartial. Imaginative and original. An INTP’s mind is always working, always producing ideas regardless of whether they are likely to see the light of day. Not surprisingly, INTPs have no difficulties coming up with innovative, original solutions. Open-minded. INTPs tend to be open-minded and willing to accept ideas different from their own, provided that they are supported by facts and logic. Furthermore, INTPs are usually fairly liberal when it comes to social norms and traditions, judging people solely on the basis of their ideas. Enthusiastic. INTP personalities can spend an enormous amount of time trying to figure out something they are interested in. They will also be very enthusiastic when it comes to discussing that topic with other people.
INTP weaknessesAbsent-minded. INTPs are able to focus all their efforts on analyzing a specific idea, but this usually comes at a cost of ignoring everything else. They may be forgetful or simply miss things that have nothing to do with the object of their interest. Second-guess themselves. INTP personalities may be excellent analysts, but they often lack the decisiveness of J types. An INTP may find it quite difficult to decide which idea is the best one, always looking for more information and doubting their own conclusions. Insensitive. INTPs are likely to find it difficult to include emotions in their decision-making process, focusing all their efforts on getting the rational basis right. Consequently, they may often come across as insensitive or be puzzled when it comes to dealing with an emotionally-charged situation. Very private and withdrawn. INTPs are often reluctant to let anyone inside their minds, let alone their hearts. They may often come across as shy in social settings and even the INTP’s friends are likely to have a difficult time getting to know them well. May be condescending. INTP personalities are usually proud of their extensive knowledge and reasoning abilities, but they may get easily frustrated trying to describe their thoughts other people. INTPs enjoy presenting their ideas to other people, but explaining how they got from A to Z is another matter. Loathe rules and guidelines. INTPs need a lot of freedom and have little respect for rules and traditions which put artificial limits on their imagination. People with this personality type would rather have less security and more autonomy.
If I have Fav'ed your story, it is a good story.
If I Have Fav'ed you(the author) then you are an excellent author.
"You know, That's what I love about you, boss. The firm belief that you will someday remember the things people tell you." -Raul Tejada
“I'm an open book, boss. Granted, the book's in Spanish and some of the pages have fallen out, but I'm an open book." - Raul Tejada
"I bet Hitler hated waffles."- Roommate
"Really? Can you put that in a memo? And entitle it 'SHIT I ALREADY KNOW' ?" - Me, chased by a Tank in L4D2, on fire
"To Fear Death, is to Fear Life, for One cannot truly Die until they have truly Lived." - Wednesday Debates
"He who can no longer pause in wonder and stand rapt with awe, is as good as dead." -Albert E.
"You know what would be fun right now? 3 tanks. and a witch. At. Every. Corner." - Me in l4d2(and then it happened)
"If your problem is not solved you clearly have not used enough fire, explosives and violence. Maybe a citrus fruit or two." -Steam Chat, talking about waffles at 3am
"I always make sense unless the person I'm making sense to doesn't make sense of the sense I'm making. Savy?"-me
"For some reason he just stared at me for five minutes, yelled 'That is why I am not a morning person' and tried to ignite the building. I'd say this was a dream, but I have clothes."- 3am college
" Listen to me. NEVER give up, NEVER let someone tell you what you can and can not accomplish. If someone tells you that it can't be done, look them in the eye and say 'To Hell with you, I will do it' If someone looks down on you for who you are, don't look back at them, look beyond them. No matter what you do in your life, march to your own drum beat, do what you really want to do. If you can look back on your life and be happy with it, then it does not matter how successful you are, for you have done more then many." - Gran Pop, on his deathbed and his final words to me.
Current Story co-Authored with Maxforce
Series: Scorched Earth, Shattered Steel chronicles
Also located on ArchiveOfOurOwn. org (Same name)