Author has written 7 stories for Golden Sun, Fire Emblem, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and Final Fantasy: Tactics Advance.
Okay, so. There are two things I do with my life:
--If you want to play me on Pokemon NetBattle, send me an email.
--If you want to play me on StarCraft, I'm RegaLleftbracketAcErightbracket on USEast.
Current game: Yggdra Union
Status: Incomplete. Restarted on 4/2/08
Thoughts: Cool game. Looks like a FE/Advance Wars combination. Love the Union system, hate the fact that items =\= equipment and like, wear off. But seriously. Some of the girls are hawt. Seriously.
Plot: So far, a lot like FE: SS. And I mean a lot like it.
Yggdra : Reminds me of Lyn from FE and Colette from ToS. Hot.
Milanor: Reminds me of Gabriel from Swordcraft Story 2.
Rosary: Reminds me a lot of Deneb from TO: KoL
Gulcasa: "We haven't been introduced, so I'll think of you as "Prey""
Tactics Ogre: Knight of Lodis
Status: Completed on 4/15/08 @ 1:20 AM
Thoughts: ending = sad/bad. FFTA is sooo much better.
Plot: Weird Christian...?-mix-wtf theme = bad.
Eleanor's an ugly dike.
So is Alphonse.
Favorite Color: Red
Favorite Book: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Favorite Game: let's split this up.
RTS (Real-time strategy): StarCraft. The most awesome and/or balanced game...ever.
FPS (First person shooter): Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Adventure RPG: Golden Sun/Tales of Symphonia.
TBS (Turn-Based Strategy): Final Fantasy Tactics Advance.
Favorite Animal: Something fuzzy (cats, dogs, ferrets) or falcons.
Name: Albino Black Dove, (that's all you need. trust me.)
a.k.a.'s: Steven Chan (no, it's not my real name), RegaL, RegaLSC, RegaLAcE, arch4nge1, deadlymisix, WoonMisiX
Age: input value="age"(68n?~nuke9&_~
Favorite (lucky) numbers: 2, 12, 13, 24, 56,
All three quartets of The Land of Tortall by Tamora Pierce, especially The Immortals (6.5/10 ish? Protector of the Small really sucked...)
Yes, I am sane, and Yes, I am male. And not gay. I hate gays. I'm a homophobe. Yep.
Hank the Cowdog series, by John R. Erickson. Nobody has heard of them. Wonder why. (10/10 Not as much anymore, but they always remind me of the good old days :P )
I Want to Go Home! by Gordon Korman (10/10 Ha. Ha...so, so, so funny. Read it.)
Redwall and all relating stories, by Brian Jaques (5/10 Bored of them now. Read all of them up to Rakkety Tam, methinks?)
The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud (8.5/10 Good, solid, deep fantasy series. Awesome. Read it.)
Omg, let's see, The Tough Guide to Fantasyland by Diana Wynne Jones. Possibly the most hilarious thing I've ever read. (9/10 In retrospect, definitely not the funniest.)
Maximum Ride by James Patterson (10/10 Awesome. Totally knocked my socks off. Read them the first chance you get.)
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer (9.5/10 The only bad one was Eternity Code...that and the graphic novel.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams (90,000,000,000/10 Sure, the series is confusing. Sure, Mostly Harmless really sucked. IT'S STILL SO AWESOME I CAN'T DESCRIBE IT! HAHAHA!)
Garfield by Jim Davis
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
I have to say, I love Bill Watterson. You should get his tenth anniversary book and read his foreword. Amazing stuff.
Books That Aren't Worth Reading:
Hatching Magic - Someone. I forget, I just remember that it sucked and I wanted to rip my heart out afterwords.
Cirque du Freak, Demonata - Darren Shan. First few books in each were good, then they started getting weirder. And worse. And worse. And worse. Sons of Destiny was possibly the most ridiculous thing I've read. Same with Bec, and I stopped there.
Evil Genius - Someone. Again, First half-ish was good, but after that it started sucking. The author was obviously trying to put content that requires maturity into a format that young kids could read. The happy everything is fine happily ever after ending made me sick. Go read Artemis Fowl, n00b.
House: Cheese is the Devil's plaything.
House: Now, I'm going to walk to that door, turn the knob, open the door, and suddenly you're going to decide to tell me the truth, so then I'll have to walk back here, sit down, and discuss it with you. Now. I have a limp, so could we just move on to the discussion?
(Not an exact quote, sorry)
Chase: I vote for (long medical name that I can't even say, much less spell)
Chase: 'Cause the other choices suck worse.
From "Golden Sun: The Lost Age:"
Sheba: But, Jenna, aren't you and Isaac an...item? Couldn't you, you know, do something?
From "Calvin and Hobbes"
Calvin: I want to be a one-in-a-million, overnight success! I want the world handed to me on a silver platter!
Calvin: You can't turn creativity on like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood.
Hobbes: And what mood is that?
Calvin: Last minute panic.
Hobbes: I guess you should try not to think about the end result too much and just have fun with the process of creating.
Calvin: Every time I do that, I end up in the school psychologist's office.
Hobbes (rolling his eyes) Well, maybe not THAT much fun.
"For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much - the wheel, New York, wars and so on - whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man - for precisely the same reasons." The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
"Simple. I got very bored and depressed, so I went and plugged myself in to its external computer feed. I talked to the computer at great length and explained my view of the Universe to it," said Marvin.
"And what happened?" pressed Ford.
"It committed suicide," said Marvin and stalked off back to the Heart of Gold." The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
"It is known that there are an infinite number of worlds, simply because there is an infinite amount of space for them to be in. However, not every one of them is inhabited. Therefore, there must be a finite number of inhabited worlds. Any finite number divided by infinity is as near to nothing as makes no odds, so the average population of all the planets in the Universe can be said to be zero. From this it follows that the population of the whole Universe is also zero, and that any people you may meet from time to time are merely the products of a deranged imagination." The Restaurant at the End of the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
Mac: Hi, I'm a Mac.
PC: And I'm a real computer.
From the Late Show with David Letterman
They say there are two choices in life: one is to accept the conditions given to you as it is, and another is to try to change that condition. Becoming satisfied with the present and settling down, or opening a new door by myself – my decision was always the same: challenging the new world! I believed that if I tried my best and continued to advance forward like this, someday a new door would open for me, and the day would come when I could do something new.
No one is born a champion. All champions probably were substitutes in a team at least once in their lives. They probably sat on the benches, eagerly waiting for their name to be called. But if they continued to sit there, staring down at their shoelaces, they would have remained substitutes. One has to watch the game carefully. The opportunity to attack comes into view when one discovers the unguarded defense. If one just stares, content with the present, the opportunity to become the hero and the champion will never appear. If one’s position is wretched and miserable, he should clench his teeth and remain firm.
~Lim Yo Hwan, aka SlayerS_Boxer (from his translated autobiography @ boxerbiography.blogspot.com)
Favorite music types: Country, Christian, Alt/Indie Rock, etc etc etc etc
I like the following:
Emerson Drive, Rascal Flatts, Snow Patrol, Weird Al, Smashing Pumpkins, Muse, DragonForce, Angels & Airwaves, Needtobreathe, DecembeRadio, Casting Crowns
I really don't have a lot of them.
My dad: Obviously
Bill Watterson: He and I share a lot of the same views, only he took it way further than I did. He's awesome. Reading his foreword in C&H 10th anni book almost made me cry :P
Lim Yo-Hwan, a.k.a. SlayerS_BoxeR: Pro StarCraft player. Totally awesome. Love him. The guy's a freaking poet. Go read his autobio at boxerbiography.blogspot.com.
Well, this is the end, folks. Later. (p.s. if you're writing, may I suggest you read my revised version of my writing guide?) (once it comes out?)