- Aug 21, 2008
For me, probably my collection of Warhammer stuff in varying degrees of completion, DnD books and Pokemon obsession.
Mabye your just not a algerba kind of guy.chunkydude84 said:It sounds simple enough, until I try to solve an equation. My brain pretty much does the equivalent of a pigeon slamming into a sliding glass door repeatedly.Logic 0 said:Well it's bascally finding the value of the letters first then acting like it's a normal equation.
That's a pretty impressive list. I'm only in high school, so I have many years to come to geek out in.Triggerhappy938 said:This game, eh? The Arkansan Geek-of-all-trades accepts your challenge!
I've been gaming since my I inherited my brother's old Atari. Games like Roadwar: Europa, Joust, and the like were my starting ground.
In my day, I was a competitive Yu-Gi-Oh player in my area. I've gotten a bit out of practice now-a-days. I also used to play Magic, but not nearly as competitively. Did get to beat Richard Garfield once in a game of Magic once, when the world championship was held in Memphis. I also had a short stint in Pokemon cards. Found it a bit unsporting.
My video game collection stretches from wall to wall, including games from the SNES to the XBOX 360.
I spent my high school prom playing counterstrike with friends.
I've read the complete Sherlock Holmes and the complete Hitchhiker's Guide.
That's all I can think of off the top of my head. I'm sure there is more, but I'm tired right now.
In truth, I haven't had much time to read them lately, but I've read through at least 10 of them, and have another 20 sitting on my book shelf.Triggerhappy938 said:I'm still working on Pratchett's works. I got a late start on them, admittedly. I just picked up Good Omens. I've set up a life insurance policy in case I explode from the combined awesome of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.