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Salutations, fellow carbon-based humanoid entity. I am Hiddo; a college student majoring in computer engineering. I'm a total nerd, from my obsession with robots to the fact that I'm a bit of a Trekkie (especially for TNG). I'm also a sorority girl at my university, so I'm a little bit of just about everything. Back in high school, I was one of the founding members of my school's FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team, and that's a large part of the reason why I'm in my current field of study now. My ultimate dream is to one day work for the robotics division of the space program, helping to design all of those awesome Mars rovers and whatnot.

This is me IRL:


And now, you shall listen to The Picard Song:
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zfatal

Report | 09/03/2009 7:42 pm

zfatal

Eh.

School is hell, and uh--chores? Driver's education? Waking up at six-thirty in the morning? All of it, plus sucky classes this year, and all my good role playing friends (who are also role playing good friends) don't seem to be on any more. *COUGHCOUGHHIDDOCHI*

Quitting seemed like a good idea.
zfatal

Report | 09/03/2009 7:24 pm

zfatal

Eh, I knew about it far earlier than anyone else did. His reasons are reasonable if stolid, and it was sort of my fault to begin with. Since it was originally me who was going to quit... sweatdrop
Sirek

Report | 08/21/2009 1:20 pm

Sirek

Nah, if anything my dinner should lead EPIC. It's far more qualified for that. It's got this epic stench to it that is absolutely horrid.
And Mech-Hisui v2 came back to the lab to finish cleaning up the bloodstains and she had her weapons deactivated. So for now she is working as the master's maid.
Sirek

Report | 08/21/2009 12:44 pm

Sirek

...Great Justice does not approve of this person spouting some absolutely insane statements, nor is Great Justice led by my dinner...
Sirek

Report | 08/21/2009 12:23 pm

Sirek

Mmm, nope. I haven't recruited anyone lately but it's possible it's one of the rogues who go around spouting it off as if they are part of it. User Image
zfatal

Report | 08/20/2009 5:05 pm

zfatal

Until they stay dead! *throws a boiling pressure cooker and takes cover*
zfatal

Report | 08/20/2009 4:50 pm

zfatal

*murders hiddochi's forum posts*
zfatal

Report | 08/16/2009 3:31 pm

zfatal

It might not have, but I think it is computer-only. I could be wrong, I guess...

I highly recommend getting it, especially if you're into the making of your own RPGs. For non-RPGs, Game Maker 7 is the way to go, though.
zfatal

Report | 08/16/2009 2:12 pm

zfatal

I think that RPG Maker moved from consoles to the computer.

Yeah, you might want to check it out from outside sources, though. My computer is not very internet-friendly, even though it's new... one problem I noticed is that, my browsers will, after a time, completely freeze up. I then have to control-alt-delete them into submission. Then, they won't start again because of 'still-running processes.' This happens periodically, and the only remedy is to restart the computer. But I noticed that it always happens when I visit the main RM VX community site, where you find all the scripts and stuff submitted by users. With either Safari, or Firefox. The computer still works fine, and there are no viruses or anything like that. It just... fails at internet. There's a whole slew of other problems concerning the internet that I don't really feel you'd enjoy hearing about right now, which I could describe.

Though, if so many people have it, you wonder if it could possibly be destroying their computers. I don't think I've received anything malicious from the download... the computer is just faulty. It was happening before I received RM VX anyway.
zfatal

Report | 08/16/2009 2:01 pm

zfatal

RM VX is very smooth and easy-to-use. Once you download it, you get a free 30-day trial (which I am on). After that, it costs $60 and no, I have no idea whether it works on the mac or not.

Furthermore, you have me to help you (along with the entire interwebz) if you get stuck trying to figure out how to make events and such.

Shops are really, really easy. There are also quick-create events for treasure chests, doors, and inns. It's really, really easy. I've had it ten days. I already have a very fun demo of the game I'm constructing. People walk around, you can talk to them, make shops that sell items, and there are monsters to fight. As well as a dramatic encounter with a villain in a creepy forest of my own design. I lurve it. I'm more than willing to fork over sixty big ones in twenty days.

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20 || Computer Engineering student
Sorority girl || Trekkie
Robots and space are my passion.