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TALK - 18:17, March 19, 2012 (UTC)
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Hey A.J., I just wanted to let you know, I have a datalog entry for myself. I'll write it here when get a spare minute, so you can have a look at it. Thanks :)23:43, May 10, 2012 (UTC)
Ah, here it is:
'Better known as "the New Guy", TidusTehSacrificer357 is an explorer looking to expand his knowledge and influence across the world. He focuses in bettering his appearance and skill, skulking around a world/wiki owned by another, and even taking over his own for personal use. Wanting a l'Cie's power, he has prayed to the mighty more-than-nonentity Sorceror Nobody for aid, and is waiting for a sign from his divine master. During this quest, he battles against otherworldly youths and the dreaded "education" so he can improve the world he loves.'
Whaddaya think?03:01, May 11, 2012 (UTC)
Continuing the TopicEdit
Aye, so that it isn't off-topic over there now :v I guess I could, but I don't even know WHICH admin is around lol. I think once upon a time I brought it up in IRC and they said that it would be alright with the spell compilations (i.e. all Black Magic spells in one video, all White Magic spells in another, etc.). I was doing Limit Break videos for FFVII, but considering how crappy those were turning out (stupid desyncs and this computer being old), I'm kinda NOT wanting to tempt it with those (though I'm going to have to continue my LP for FFTA...even though I don't want to. I don't like that game, I'm sorry! But it must be done for my channel because it's a FF game ;_;).
(^For the same reason^ >_>)
D'aw, thanks A.J. I'm flattered. :P You're cool as well, for calling me cool (or maybe you don't know what cool means...?) xDBesides, that was a quote from American Dad anyway. Replace Tidus with "Klaus" and it'll make sense.
@Xenomic: In terms of admins, Yuan, Bluestar, and Faethin are around quite regularly; 8bit, Scathe, Henry, and Bluerfn aren't as active, but they still pop in enough that you could get a question out to them. If you don't want to contact an admin directly, Drake, Jeppo, Jimcloud, Kelt, and DSS are all around as mods, and you could ask them to relay the message. They'd be willing to listen to you, both because of what you've done for the wiki, and the fact that you're still a mod yourself. The best way to get ahold of anybody, though, is through the IRC. Drake is always on there, Jimcloud is almost constant, Yuan pops in every day, and Bluestar is there a lot as well. Of course, you probably already know all this, but still.
I've never played any of the Tactics games, so I don't feel offended (if that's why you were apologizing). That being said, I haven't play many of the FF games period.@Tidus: Just about everybody is cooler than I am. However, you are cool enough that you get specific mention, so take that as you will. You don't seem to at like someone who is 13/14. Then again, I didn't either when I first joined, but I was on the other side of the spectrum, so I'm not sure if it counts. Oh, and our talk bubble pictures are completely different, but I just noticed that both characters are holding their swords in a similar manner.
Truthfully, I probably SHOULD wait until I get a much better computer (the current one I'm using is 5 years old, and it has issues with...stuff that I don't even know what). If I do them now, they'd probably end up super desynced unless I split them into separate files (which is probably the best way of doing it anyways). I generally don't go on the IRC there anymore since well...I kinda just sit here the entire day and just...do nothing. Kinda what I do on IRC anyways but eh. Guess I could always contact any of them if I need to. I generally talk to Drake about things like that most of the time I noticed... I think I've played WAY too much FF for my time...I've considered myself the self-proclaimed FF Master by this point (take that as you will...I can't tell you EVERYTHING about everything, unless it's FFVII. FFVII I know like the back of my hand...IV, V, VI, and VIII pretty much follow suit there). If I could get a good working rom for Echoes of Time or The 4 Heroes of Light, I could get more images for the wiki, but sadly, that isn't going to happen I think unless they finally got something working for those (same with Crisis Core. I know there's a PSP emulator out there, but lord if I'm gonna try a PSP emulator on THIS computer...I'd much rather wait for a WORKING one anyways before I try anything). At this point I'm just trying to add to the list lol...
I don't seem like someone who is 13/14? You mean, in the tantrum-throwing, bad grammar making, wiki-king-ish, unable-to-follow-rules way? :P I'm immature, but that means I have a sense of humour (and no girlfriend T_T)
I just noticed that about our bubbles too :) Who is yours supposed to be? Yourself? Did you draw it yourself? :P I'm terrible at drawing, although I love art and respect deeply anyone who is decent at the craft. :D
AJ: You need to come around more :/ Scathe and Henry are now the most active admins, with Yuan, Bluesey, Fae, and Bluer somewhat less active. And we now have an Admin Noticeboard that Bluer made so you can contact them all at once. Or you could just make a forum post, that works too.
@Xenomic: True, true. Have you done any GameCube/Wii FF games? Because Dolphin's a very reliable emulator if you wanted to get some Crystal Chronicles stuff.
@Tidus: No, you're in the pre-teen years, so you're past the tantrums (or, at least, you should be), but I mean that you swear alot, which to me seems unusual for your age. Was never denying your sense of humor, though. :P The character is one of my from a fanfic that I was writing during my early days here. It's on my user page if you wish to dare looking at its horribleness. I can't draw very well either, so I asked one of the "glory day users" (a term that I just thought of and henceforth will be used be me to refer to users around during the six-month period after I joined), NeloAngelo. He's a really great artist who refuses to reveal her gender, but you shouldn't let her confuse you, because he really is good.@Catuse: Eh, the last time I was on (the IRC, that is), Bluesey was there a lot, Yuan would pop in around nighttime here, I guess Fae wasn't around that much, but HenryA was there a lot too. I went looking to see who was an admin, so the first thing I checked was the Noticeboard, as it's on the Nav Bar.
I have the Dolphin emulator, but I ain't gonna even TRY to run it because I don't think my computer would like it too much at this point (it had a fatal crash last night actually...don't know what caused it, but this thing's been getting worse and worse over the past year. That's to be expected since it's 5 years old). Would like to play FFCC though just to do a vid playthrough of it or something and get images that we definitely don't have for it .V.
I swear? Where? I try to limit myself... O.o
I am past tantrums, although I still get IT rage with my bad laptop (deliberately not swearing... I'm being nice today, I learned that the IRC works at school.)
Wait, "He's, her, her, he"? Oh, I get it. I see what you did there. >:)EDIT: Wait, so, most of the friends that you had when you first came here are gone? ...Wow. That's... Scary. I mean, if Catuse and Tia just left tomorrow, why would I be here? I can sympathize, man.
Yeah, it wasn't always like that, though. Silver was the first person I ever talked to on the wiki, followed by (well, if you look at my first archive, the conversations I had are basically the only people I talked to), and then I started the Mafia forum and met several members, including Sorceror Nobody, Sceada, Oavatos, Pocky (AKA Armageddon11), Cluna (AKA Krystal Tomlin), NeoZEROX, etc. People came and went around that time, including Bjarnster, but I didn't really know them all that much, so them leaving didn't really affect me.
Then people I knew started leaving. Oavatos came (or technically "went") first, and around that time I learned that I didn't have to have an account to use the IRC (which is why I never used it before then). Things went south from there real fast, as I was the cause of hate and irritation for several users, including Drake. What hit me hard is that the first time I talked to some users, like Griffin or Ark (AKA KujaFFIX), they were cool and it seemed like we'd be friends, but, with the case of Griffin as an example, the very next day when I tried to talk to him, he seemed to be very irritated and annoyed by me, and to this day I have no idea why (Ark is a snarky person in general, so I don't take it personally when he says something about me, but still). Then there were others who I managed to draw the ire of through thoughtless actions or ill-said words, which included Faethin, DSS (AKA DeadlySlashSword), and Zero. And, regardless of standing, most of the users seemed to grow tired with me, and stopped saying hi when I came on, or didn't speak to me anymore (Silver is a good example of this, because he became very apathetic towards me in the times leading up to when I no longer saw him online.)At some point Silver, Sceada, and DSS disappeared, but I had gained new friends in Kelt, Jimmy, BLH, and others (which now includes you, if you choose). But I started drifting away from the wiki, and I barely, if ever, go on the IRC anymore. So ... that's basically my FFWiki life story. There have been ups-and-downs, but it's been farily consistant for the past three years.
I'm still here y'know, never left.
Eh, I was going by the IRC, because I haven't seen you on the past 10-or-so times I've been on. DOesn't necessarily mean you're gone, but I guess I never get on at a time when you're on.
Cool to see you're still around. Keep writing more stories I hope!
I actually get along really well with Ark (although, like you at first, I've only spoken to him twice), and I can hardly imagine you gaining the hate of other people. You seem like a pretty nice guy. And, by Silver, you mean SilverChrono? And, of course I choose :) I'm no wikipuppy, (more like the only wikiwolfcub on this wiki -_-) but I do like having friends. If this wiki has a society, why not use it? Besides, I never went on the IRC for a while, and rarely go on it now. You're not alone :P
@Kelt: Yep, I'm still here, kinda. In truth, I haven't written any of my stories in awhile. Though, I guess that's because I've been involved in an RP since March/April. I'm still thinking about them, though, and I will probably get back to them eventually, but for now I'm too busy to do both.
@Tidus: Ark is cool, but it's easy (for me anyway) to misunderstand his snark as hostile intent, so if he snarks my way, I know that it's just that, and nothing more. It's not necessarily about hate so much as it was me being immature, and a lot of the things I did irritated a lot of people. Some I understand, some I regret, and some I still don't know, but all-around it's kinda cooled off as of late. I guess mostly because I've actually grown up, and I haven't been on lately.Yep, SC was the first person I ever sent a message to, and I considered him my wiki-best friend until he got fed up with me too and then seemingly-disappeared. Now I consider Jimcloud and Kelt to fill that role, because they're part of the few users that'll actually listen - and respond, too!. That's true, but in a way I try not to get too attached to the "wiki society", because if I get too attached, then the only friends I'd have are those on here, and if I ever lost my connection to the wiki, I'd be without friends, and that's a big problem. I can't remember whether we've ever been on the IRC at the same time. I think I remember seeing your name before on there, but that was before this conversation started.
If you're in an RP then you're still writing yeah? That's good, I don't think it matters so much what you write. Write stories or RP or blog or wiki stuff, all counts! This is why I like the internet age, everyone gets to writing stuff so much more. <3 Clearly the superiorest (not a real word) form of relaying info. ;)
Oops, sorry for the late reply, 'twas my birthday :3 Out partying and stuff.
Meh. You've obviously learned from your mistakes. Who am I to judge you for your past mistakes? :/
As for friends here, I can empathize. I'm writing this as we're doing science. I really don't care though. I like this wiki, and if they can't understand, then that's their problem. It's not like I pay no attention to them...Anyhoo, where can I find some of your writing? I'm semi-interested, maybe you could show me?...
@Kelt: True, true, but I still hold the stories I write above all else in terms of writing. And the internet has its advantages, and even this is writing (obviously, but still), but for every person who'll read it, there are at least five who don't care. And sadly, I know of many who, at present, fit that bill, both on-wiki and off.
@Both: And as for the RP, you can find that here. I am there under the name Inawordyes.
Damn, my last edit removed like half this page. No idea wth happened, so...
I understand, you can't be on here every five seconds. :P
Er... Wut? What I'm trying to say is, I don't give who was your friend and who wasn't. :)
EDIT:Ok, I don't want to come off as rude, which I realise I may have above^. What I mean is, I'll form my own opinion of you, instead of judging you by your friends.And, I do like your writing. "Untitled" is good. I just wish I didn't have to open a new link every time (although, you have added those links to the bottom, so it's not so bad).
@AJ: You shouldn't ever put yourself or your work down. That will make it easier for other people to bully you and treat you like garbage, and don't assume that only a few people have read your stories, because it's possible that thousands of people have read your stuff, but haven't commented. If you feel that people on the IRC (or the internet in general) aren't treating you well, don't worry about it, just don't make yourself look stupid and remember that if they don't like you, then they're not as important as you think.
Going back to your stories, you should've tried to finish them, because they deserve to be finished. If you want opinions on your stories, ask as many people (that you trust) as possible, like for example, you can read my ongoing video game project, Enigma, here (post your opinion on my talk page, please).Just please don't put yourself down, it makes me sick, and it'll make you feel even more sick.
I think Sid just became my hero.
Sid knows his stuff and you should take his advice! Only asking everyone and their dog to read your story might annoy people. There are places in the internet to go for this kinda thing though! I like www.reddit.com/r/writing myself.
If I may:
You showed me one of your stories once, and I offered some criticism. Your response was quite defensive, to the point that your shut yourself and wouldn't accept my input. You thought you were trying to "explain to me" what you were trying to say - which was precisely my point. You shouldn't have to explain your story to me, I should be able to grasp it on my own.I would encourage you to keep writing and keep showing your stories to people. But besides knowing when and how to do it, I would also suggest your learn to take the criticism and not get defensive whenever somebody points out a fault. Nothing puts readers off more than being told "they didn't get it".
Wow, didn't expect to get so many responses. But anyway, onto the replies:
@Tidus: Oh, I misunderstood what you meant in your reply. Sorry, my bad. It's cool, judge away. :P
And sorry about "Untitled". It was really the first fan-fic I posted to the wiki, and I know that the formatting is bad, but I've acknowledged to myself that the story itself was equally so, so I don't really think I'll be doing much with it at all.
@Sid: I know, but I can't help that it gets to me. It's not about the internet people - them I can deal with - but the fact that my family has become sort-of apathetic to my writing. Not that they don't support it - far from it, actually, as several family members write as well - but they either say they will read it and then don't, shrug me off noncommitingly, or flat-out tell me they don't want to read it. It hurts me a lot because they are the ones I go to first whenever I have something new to show off, and because next to myself, I see their opinions as the most valuable. As a result I don't ask for opinions, and I rarely if ever tell them that I'm working on a new story, or that I have the newest chapter for one I'm already writing finished in its rough-/first-draft state.
As for my stories, I have thirty-something stories I've started throughout the years somewhere on the computer, but my problem is that I'm probably planning out almost every detail of any given story maybe a week before I even start writing it. As a consequence, when I being writing, I haven't taken into account the little things that tie the plot points together, and with my "limited" experience, I get writer's block alot because I can't figure out how to move the story onward to get to that next major plot point/event, and I've been thinking about it so long that I refuse to let it go just to advance the story. So, I eventually get to the point where the writer's block forces me into a corner, with no way, from my limited perspective, to get out. And then, since I'm not writing, I just gradually lose interest in writing it, though most of my stories are in my mind still, as I refuse to let them go even if I can't write them down at this time.
Then there are stories like The Flashlight, where I restart from the beginning everytime I get into that corner, but mostly because I continue thinking about the story and I go back and update it with newly-thought-of events and foreshadowings, but, with TF, I eventually came to the realization that I was just writing and rewriting basically the same thing each time (I probably redid TF maybe ten-fifteen times?), and I had to let go of it in writing form (it is still vividly in my mind) and accept that, at this point, it was never going to be written if I kept obsessing over it like I was. So I moved on, and eventually came up with what I believe is my best story idea in the history of all the stories I've written, but I've been so busy lately that I haven't done anything with it for awhile. But it is what it is.
@Pocky: I think he became mine as well.
@Kelt: Oh, trust me, I went through the "everybody" phase. That is also another reason why some are apathetic, and this one's my fault: I keep asking them to read it. Back when Final Fantasy XIII came out, I repeatedly asked my older brother to get it, but he refused because I kept asking and asking him about it. He only got it after I stopped asking for it. In the same vein/vain (I'm not sure which is the actual word used; I should know these things! :P), for a time I repeatedly asked a different older brother to read the TF back when I first started it, and he got really annoyed by me because I would ask him almost every day, sometimes twice a day. So now he won't read my stories, despite encouraging me to write. It's a shame, because I realize where I went wrong, but now it may be too late to fix the situation.
@Fae: I'm sorry, I really am. I asked you, and I wasn't mature enough to accept the results. Sadly, one of my unfortunate flaws is that I can't handle being "wrong", inasmuch as my mind sees someone critisizing me or my storys as not understanding. So I rush to defend myself by explaning everything and/or providing an excuse to justify why something is the way it is (as an addendum: if you notice, I'm doing exactly that ith this entire paragraph). It's something I really hate, but when it happens I can't stop myself. And if the person refutes the excuse, I move on to something else, in an attempt to have the last word and get the other person to admit that they're "wrong", whether they are or not.
Kelt is the only person who's ever "broken" me. If you go and look in my second archive, there is a conversation between the two of us, and it really helped at the time. Look at every post of mine and see how many times I said such-and-such was the problem, and how I changed it to something different each time. But she wouldn't have any of it, and with each post she tore down another wall, until she had me in tears reading her responses because I couldn't win. And then there were no more excuses, nothing I could use to justify me being "right". So I had to concede and realize I was wrong, and it made me feel good in the end, because I realized that nobody ever had the patience (or whatever) before to wade through the excuses, and that Kelt cared about me enough to do so was something that helped me mature in some areas.
But I really am sorry that I put you through that Fae. I'm a hypocrite whether I want to be or not, because I want the critsism, but I'm not willing to take it when it's given to me. And, unfortunately, it's something that seems to be ingrained, so it's going to be very hard to rid myself of, and most likely I will end up putting others through that in the future.
Okay, I think that's everybody. Sorry for the WOT, and sorry for proving my own point with my responses.
(Logged on five seconds ago, you reply was at the top of recent changes)
Meh. It's only because my internet gets in the way. It would probably work well for everyone else. I am a writer, but I have an unexplainable shyness, I can't show my work to other people (well, I can, but it just embarrasses me). That's why my fanfic is so strange for me. :P And, don't worry about walls of text. Humans tend to be nosy by nature, so they read the whooooooole thing. Go humanity!And, I know you don't go on, or whatever, but I'm on the IRC, under Tidus357 or SirToady.
Everybody wants to be right. We humans feel uncomfortable with chaos and uncertainty; uncertainty is a great source of stress for anyone and everyone. That's why humans feel comfortable to compartmentalise the world into easy little segments, so we can construct reality and live in a chaotic world without feeling we have no control. That's why after you have once decided that something is this way, it is very difficult to be challenged and very stressful to realise that actually it isn't as you had "compartmentalised" it. That's why you sometimes see people defend their ground even if they are clearly wrong, in fact, I'd say everyone does it sometimes. Some people are much rather just wrong than change their opinion.
But you can have it the opposite way too. Being proven wrong can be a very liberating experience, because for a moment it may feel like, instead of being a feeling that there is chaos and world is unpredictable and scary, it may instead feel like that there are just infinite possibilities and you can never see all of them, and maybe you are never really truly "right" about anything, but just realising that can be comforting. Once I personally came to a realisation that my previous opinions are not really based on anything real, I liked to challenge everything that I "knew" to be true (it's easier with little things in life). It's like there are some "correct" opinions that are just kind of given to you, but what if...what if Justin Bieber isn't terrible, maybe he's OK and doesn't deserve all the shit he gets on the internet, what if "chavs" aren't actually terrible people what if most of them are actually really nice, what if there is nothing wrong with liking Twilight, what if that doesn't make one ignorant moron who doesn't understand what good books are like? It is generally socially acceptable to bash those things even to a cruel degree, opinions like this are just something given to you, and you "compartmentalise" it and just take it as true. I feel really embarrassed that I used to totally go along with this kind of thing, whatever the "correct" opinion of any given time or social group used to be.Maybe not exactly on topic on what you were talking about, but since you have realised that sometimes you feel a great need to be "right", maybe you like to know this is how everyone feels. It's how we learn to control it and look beyond the horizon when we grow up.
For the most part, I don't listen to what other people say about this person or that event, or that movie that's supposed horrible, because I want to form my own opinions. I personally don't hate Justin Bieber like a lot of people I know do. His style of music isn't necessarily my thing, but I find all this hate unjustified and, frankly, childish.
I ... don't really have anything else to say, so I guess that can be the sendoff to this conversation? Unless you want to add a last addendum.
What the hell has gone on here since I brought this topic over here o_O?
I was waiting for you to say something Xeno. :P
Well, I was talking with Tidus, and then I went into my FFWiki life-story, and that diverged into a discussion of my faults, which prompted several users to post their thoughts, which in turn led to my case-in-point WOT, which led to you asking what happened, which led to me explaining it.@Kelt, Sid, Fae: As an addendum to my thoughts, actually talking about TF got me interested in writing it again. I started today, and since I haven't done anything with it for months, I don't have to worry about it being a rehash of the old revisions (though, in some ways, it probably is, but that's beside the point). So thanks guys for rekindling my interest in it.
EDIT CONFLICT - I just want to add (because I missed this whole last bit here) that I never saw you as a bad guy A.J., and Zero never did either. We were just getting a tad bit annoyed when, in the process of getting DragonSoul started, your character had clashed with our previously established canon, and you seemed unwilling to change, or I think you said you had run out of ideas for a different character. I apologize if it seemed we were shutting you out on purpose, we really would have liked to have you on board - not that it would have mattered much now seeing as how the project is deader than a doornail - but still. Keep on writing, eh?
I see. I've been rather busy trying to wrap up my game so I didn't really check back here until I well...did and saw all that text. My FFWiki life-story would be....rather boring methinks~ And you know, just gotta say, what's a man gotta do to get him some sprites for his project? These things shouldn't be stupidly hard to find but they are, and I don't like traversing the darker recesses of the net to get them >_<
@DSS: When I was talking about how I had annoyed you, it wasn't the thing with DragonSoul - honestly, I had forgotten all about that, and I didn't ever truly feel like I was being attacked or anything like that; what I was referring to, though, was the whole incident with, I believe it was Catuse? Or maybe I'm thinking of the wrong person, but you should know what I'm talking about. And in Zeros' case, it was something thoughtless and stupid I said one day when it was just me, him and Cluna in the channel. In both cases, I said or did something that I now really regret, and it ended up causing a lot of problems. I beat myself up over it a little more than I should have at the time, but it's in the past and I don't really care anymore - and there aren't any hard feelings anyways. @Xeno: Eh, just because you think something is boring (or anything really) doesn't mean others see it the same wa, but I digress. I wish I knew how to sprite, because it's a cool thing to do. Especially in the case of Super Smash Flash 2's expansion characters, the majority of which are made by the people. I'd so love to make characters that I can use in the game once 1.0 comes around, but that's another topic altogether.
Ehh...I find a lot of things boring that most others don't. Tis how I am. (Also, is it just me or did Recent Changes explode or something? Or the wiki in general with some of the weird stuff going on on it?)
I was involved in an "incident" related to DragonSoul? I hope you guys remember it, since I sure don't -- in fact I barely know what DragonSoul is.
If you'll read again, he said the alleged incident with you had nothing to do with DragonSoul. And actually A.J., I'm sorry to say I don't have any idea what incident you're talking about...like at all. .__.
Oh yeah. That. Well I'm pretty darn positive it wasn't Catuse. Hmmmmmmm... Maybe it was Ark? I'm thinking one of the Kujas maybe, it's like on the tip of the tongue. Bah, whoever it was I know I definitely spoke to him, and now I kinda feel guilty that I can't recall them.
I feel stupid now... though I still don't know what the incident was... huh.
That's for the best. My recollection is hazy and likely biased by several other factors. Pretty sure I wasn't even there when it happened. I'm going to refrain from going into any level of detail, especially here, lest I end up inadvertently slandering DSS or AJ due to having an incomplete grasp of the story.
I'm mostly just here to watch AJ stroll through memory lane. It's delicious.
@Pocky: After thinking about it, I believe it was Caliburn in relation to AFE mk. II, IIRC. Sorry Catuse, for stringing you along like that. I talked to DSS about it the other day, and we're cool. My memories are delicious? You'll have to explain that one to me sometime. Hope you don't eat everything before I finish walking. :P
I applaude your honesty and I also encourage you to keep reevaluating yourself constantly. That's how you grow up as a person and a writer too.
I have to say this though: one of the most important things you have to accept as an aspiring writer, after squeezing your heart out of that senseless pride, is that there are loads and loads of people who have read more than you and know much, much more than you. This fact is undeniable and you must learn to deal with it. You will not always be right, no matter the technicalities you choose to hide behind.
You can't just say "I'm sorry, I can't stop it" and then continue with shutting yourself to criticism. Either you accept it (with absolutely no buts about it) or you just simply don't develop as a writer.This is true for everyone out there, myself included very much.
That's cool, as long as I wasn't involved. But don't send Cali a message about it, she left the wiki. :( And memories aren't that delicious, though they taste better than barbaqued Mentos. Seriously now.
Yep, I'm advertising. I do have an arena, in case you didn't know. Don't mean to bother you ^_^ 23:48, June 18, 2012 (UTC)
- Ah, cool. I did not know, so thanks for telling me. And it doesn't bother me at all; it's nice that my talk page is actualled getting talked on. But, then again, I'm elsewhere most of the time anyways, so it's not like I really notice - or care. A.J. two (Mass Effect: New Genesis) 05:15, June 21, 2012 (UTC)
- Oh, mkay then. If you have any suggestions for fights, leave a message on the talk page. ^_^ - 11:05, June 21, 2012 (UTC)