As of writing this, I have already written my intro post on the forums and I already finished my intro blog post. I haven't submitted the intro blog post yet. I've been sitting on it for a week and a bit now.
*Que Intro dancers and music*
So I used to come around these parts years ago, I left due to life interfering with enjoyment. Girlfriend, family, work, career, school. I'm a bit of a workaholic so I stopped do...
About draycott7 One of us since 5:57 PM on 07.18.2013
Been around the block a bit. Slowly getting back into the games. Some people know me, actually, very very few know me.
Gaming since I was a kid. As I aged, found out I can write a bit better then the other kids. Developed the craft and skill. Never developed the skill into a fine espresso. Nay, it more like a really clear gas station cup of joe. Swill, at best. I just like writing, talking, discussing. Hence my attendance to this particular blog.
I rarely have time to play games, so when I do I tend to play shorter games or games that I can pick up and go. I have a particular inclination toward Left 4 Dead 2.
Currently I only game on my PC. Thank god for Steam. I have a 360 but, it collects more dust then my filing cabinet.
Hobbies? Writing, gym, games (naturally), movies, and music.
Interests? Literally anything?
Dream birthday plan? Movie theater Super Smash Bros Brawl tourney, after I've sat on a patio for 3 hours drinking beer, only to later go to a hotel with my other half to enjoy her company whilst I sip a Merlot and dine on a rare steak. Later, after enjoying her body, I would like to find a place to watch the sunrise. Stare at the sun break the dark, and shine a light on another year.
I like writing, if you haven't noticed.
I frequent the gym because Dorian Yates at his prime is what I would like to achieve, physically.
I cook. Okay, I TRY to cook, not great, decent. Alright, I burnt milk. Twice.
Movies and music and reading all fall into things I enjoy as well. Primarily because art in any form I believe can bring the "art" out of you, it just depends on what it brings out. Go listen to something that makes you angry and then write a fight scene for a movie. You'll write far more eloquently than if you were to listen to Collie Budz's "Herbs Come Around"
Movies can make you view the world differently. Least that's my opinion on it. Heck, they can even teach you different techniques to character development. Look at the characters out of Joss Wheadon's Firefly and the characters out of Final Fantasy IX. They aren't the exact same characters, god no, but the idea of a character supposed to be acting one way, all of a sudden is the complete opposite after you get to know them. Brilliant.
Reading is simply sharpening your pen. “My brother has his sword, King Robert has his warhammer and I have my mind...and a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone if it is to keep its edge. That’s why I read so much Jon Snow.” - Tyrion Lannister