Name: I answer to most things, really
Hometown: Where-ever I lay my hat... Er - UK will suffice, I think.
Birthday: Don't remind me about that!
Marital Status: Dedicated bachelor.
Children: Is that an offer? Oh - I see - none.
Motto: Semper in excretia - solus variat profundum
How long in Medievia: Started Feb 98 as a player, but October or so in 98 as a god.
Medievia people met in real life: About eight - they know who they are.
Medievia GTGs attended: None that I'm owning up to.
Greatest accomplishment on Medievia: Erm - getting noticed for this job.
Jobs on Medievia: Frontline editor of MudSlinger. I review articles sent for submission for the MudSlinger and attempt to discuss improvements (where applicable) with contributors. Most of my work is offline.
Places lived: Same place as above - not moved round much, really.
Education: Plenty and scattered. I know plenty of odd things and quite a few normal things - I tend to specialise in knowing things that make me look pretentious. Maybe I should have put that under hobby?
Favorite colors: Hey - I'm a god - I've got to be impartial... I love all colours equally and am not showing favouritism.
Favorite quote: "I'm great in bed - my head hits the pillow and I'm asleep." One of my own. Yes - I'm arrogant - but with reason.
Most looking forward to Medievia event: Erm - a month of pure lag-free and ISP-problem-free playing.
Most Memorable Medievia event: Ascending to godhood, I reckon - it was all tingly.
Most prized posessions: My library and PC.
Favorite music: Easy listening, for the most part. Most of what I listen to is classical, but I do have other songs I like. I seem drawn to novelty songs, such as Wierd Al's pieces, but things like Star Trekkin' by The Firm, and Monster Mash have places in my heart. I despise rap music and its ilk, but I save special bile for opera. There is no point in listening to a song when the words are so distorted that you cannot work out what is said.
Favorite Food: I tend to eat quartered raw lemons quite happily so draw your own conclusions. I did managed to persuade a goddess to try a banana and black pepper sandwich, and she says she enjoyed it. I have this effect on the ladies.
Favorite Books: The Mortdecai Trilogy by Kyril Bonfiglioli (not SF/Fantasy oddly enough - I think he out-Wodes Wodehouse at times, though in a nastier way), Most of Eddings fantasy works, generally a lot of SF and fantasy. I can browse most things, though.
If there were anything else in the world you could be, what would it be?: Rich.
Favorite Sport: Unnecessary exercise is against nature - give it up now or suffer!
If there is any other talent you could have what would you wish for?: To diet successfully without giving up when it starts working well.
If you could describe yourself as an animal, what would it be?: Er - some sort of vermin, probably. One of the more cuddly, furry and idle ones, though.
What is your favorite place in the world?: Bed.
What are your favorite movies?: Excalibur, The Return of Captain Invincible (a couple of great songs), Life of Brian, Starship Troopers, not a single Woody Allen or Mel Brooks film. I would add the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but they're too much for even a divine bladder to take.
Favorite computer games: Apart from Medievia, I'd say Rise of Nations. Great RTS game.
Name five things most people don't know about you?:
My back is as hairy as my chest. Gross, huh?
I can't stand most fruits - Strawberries, Raspberries, Melons, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches - I hate them all.
I lurk, almost continually, in alt.devilbunnies newsgroup - try www.devilbunnies.org for details.
I've got a model of Lara Croft sat on top of my PC at the moment (a present - honest!)
I'm not ignoring you - my ISP just hates me and disconnects me inconveniently.
What do you do for a living?: As little as possible. Try the description Victual Merchant, though soon to be unemployed at the time of writing.
Favorite clan: I'm a God - I'm impartial. Or at least, that's what they told me...
Earliest memory: Hmm - eating boiled onions on holiday. They were really sweet - I was about six at the time I think.
Most life-changing event: Discovering, much later, that I could do the stuff my teachers thought I couldn't when I was at school.
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