Author has written 8 stories for Lord of the Rings, House of 1000 Corpses/Devil's Rejects, Yu-Gi-Oh, Dead Space, Walking Dead, Halo, Misc. Games, Dragon Age, and Misc. Movies.
Um...what can be said? I'm completely insane.
Name: The Flatlined Gamer
Favorite Game: Let's just say there are a lot.
You may have noticed that several of my stories are missing. I deleted the ones I no longer wished to be associated with. Don't worry, the good ones are staying up and will be worked on with time.
The Spider of Fangorn- IH
Dead Space- IH
Walking Dead- WIP
Xmen Origins/Avengers- On Hold
Dragon Age- WIP
You may be obsessed with Lord of the Rings if:
You invoke the name of Elbereth against Twilight movie posters. (Yes! Regrettably, she ignores my requests for the characters to have an... accident...)
You tape your ears to make them pointy. (Sometimes.)
You try to communicate with trees. (I'm not an Elf.)
You keep an eye out for the Entwives. (Gave mom a heart attack in the car.)
You name buildings after places in Middle-earth. (I call my house Edoras from time to time.)
You shout "Aiya Eärendil elenion ancalima!" whenever you see Venus or turn on a flashlight. (Yup.)
You call the Big Dipper the Sickle of the Valar. (Yup.)
You can recite family lines from the Appendices without looking. (Not quite there yet.)
Your family knows not to ask you a question about LotR - they will get a long complex lecture when they just want a simple answer. (Yup.)
You can talk for ten minutes about something in the movies, but you fuss at anyone else who speaks. (No one in my family will watch them with me.)
You don't really need to watch the moves AGAIN, because you have all the dialog memorized - for the Extended Edition. (Just about.)
You cry at some point during all three movies. (Yes. T_T)
You stop in your tracks and salivate whenever you see an LotR item you don't have. (Yes!)
Almost every sentence you say has something to do with LOTR.
Your teacher mentioning Orlando Bloom in a conversation in English class makes you laugh for an hour.
You spend your free time either a) studying Elven history or b) studying Elvish. Or both, of course.
You get annoyed whenever a book says the adjective form of elf is "elfin" instead of "elvish".
If you've also read Percy Jackson and the Olympians, you have an overwhelming impulse to call the Stoll brothers Merry and Pippin.
When a test review in a foreign language class asks you how to say "thank you", your first reaction is "hannon lle".
You smile and nod your head as you read this.
You copy and paste this into your profile.
You add to this list when putting it in your profile.
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing. The questions are: Opening Credits, Waking Up, First Day of School, Falling in Love, Fight Song, Breaking Up, Prom, Life is just...OK, Mental Breakdown, Driving, Flashback, Getting Back Together, Birth of Child, Wedding, Final Battle, Death Scene, Funeral Song, End Credits.
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool..
As soon as you're done with the game, post your results in your profile
Opening Credits – Iron- Woodkid
Waking Up – Lithium- Evanescence
First Day of School – The Devil is a Loser- Lordi
Falling in Love – Panic Prone- Chevelle
Fight Song – Actions and Motives- 10 Years
Breaking Up – The passing of the Grey Company- Lord of the Rings
Prom – Eowyn's Dream- Lord of the Rings
Life is Just...OKay – A Beautiful Lie- 30 Seconds to Mars
Mental Breakdown – Living Dead Girl (Subliminal Seduction Mix)- Rob Zombie
Driving – Chop Suey- System of a Down
Flashback – That Ain't My America- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Getting Back Together – Florence Escape- Jesper Kyd
Birth of Child – Heart Shaped Box- Nirvana
Wedding – DragonHeart Main Theme
Final Battle - Kiss My Irish Ass- Flogging Molly
Death Scene - Satyriasis- Cradle of Filth
Funeral Song – Eyeless- Slipknot
End Credits – The Cloak and The Dagger- Battlelore