Tell us about yourself:
What is your primary GT?undr zidDo you use any other GT's that you would care to share?
FC zidWhy did you choose your GT(s)?
It's mathematically perfect. In fact, if you can solve the equation, I will give you a prize.Do you care to give your real name for the HTR stalkers?
Sort of ruins the fun doesn't it?Your name will sound familiar to some people, why is that? Where would people recognize you from?
I started Forge Cafe
on Bungie.net, hosted some forge contests and had a lot of fun with the community. If you really want to pry into my ego, I was one of the guys with recon. I am not nearly as cool today tho. I now run Forge Cafe here on Halotracker, and have made plans to contribute contests and other oppurtunities for HT members to have some fun with. How young are you?
25Where did you grow up, and where do you currently live?
I grew up by cornfields, and I live by cornfields. What are your favorite activities when you decide to put down your controller?
I like to ride my motorcycle, and whistle at the ladies. Other than that, it's the psycho social, chemical, biological, electro-magnetic manipulation of consciousness. If you don't know, you should.Do you have a favorite television show?
The Office. Dwight is the apex of human evolution. Sometimes I will spend hours watching episodes on netflix, it's really sad.Do you have a favorite movie?
The Never Ending Story. It is basically the secret to life in the form of a movie.Do you have a favorite actor/actress?
Obama is pretty good.Do you have a favorite book and/or author?
The Mahabharata, which is 1 of the 2 ancient sanskrits from India. It depicts the complex aspects of the human mind in the form of philisophical logic, and re-packaged stories of ancient gods that descended from the heavens to help ancient mankind evolve. One of the few books that help decipher the complex mathematics of the Hebrew Bible. Religion is for those who fear hell, and sprituality is for those who have already been there. All paths are intersections, it depends entirely on the person's perspective.What is your favorite video game of all time?
Halo 3. I met people playing H3 that I am friends with today, one of the only games that in some ways changed the course of my life.What was the best vacation you have ever been on? Or what would be your ideal vacation if money and time were not a factor?
Giza Necropolis in Cairo. The great pyramid of Giza is something that I have great interest in. If you look hard enough at the math, you can see it is where everything began. Again, if you don't know, you should.Do you have a favorite band and/or musician?
Wu-Tang clan ain't nothin' to F*#K with. That's that "Wu", the knowledge of the universe. What got you into gaming in general?
Refer to location. I live in a very boring city, so naturally, games became a common passtime. I am surrounded by corn and cows, and it is not uncommon at all to get stuck behind a tractor while driving to work.What was your favorite or best non Halo video game moment?
Beating Starfox64 for the first time. Comparing the end game "boss" to most other games, starfox had one of the best endings.What is your favorite game other than Halo?
Texas Hold 'Em Poker. I am not big into gambling, but hold 'em is like chess with cards.What got you into Halo specifically?
Hang em High and pistols. My buddy had an xbox, along with halo and fuzion frenzy. We balanced the 2 nicely, but Halo was just incredible. Wasn't quite 007 Goldeneye, but it still gave me a warm fuzzy feeling while playing it.How long have you been playing Halo?
Whenever Halo came out.Which Halo is your favorite and Why?
Halo 3. Had the most spunk, had the most community envolvement, and was the most addicting. What is your favorite gametype and map?
Team Slayer, Reflection.What is your controller button layout and sensitivity settings?
Default, 3. I try 4 sometimes when I am doing horrible, but it just ends up making it worse.What Monitor/TV do you play on?
36", PanasonicWhat gaming headset do you use?
The sixty dollar turtle beaches. I am glad that I bought them, because Halo is a better experience, but they are a little cruddy. I just can't see any reason to spend over 100 dollars on a headset.What do you think Halo 4 will do for the general Halo community?
Well I hope it pulls the community out of this funk it's in. I am waiting for them to bring back a more competitive edge to multiplayer, and revamp forge entirely. I think they have had enought time to absorb all the complaints about Reach, so hopefully they learned a lesson.What new Forge features or options would you like to see in Halo 4?
- universal pieces that can be "curved" to desired degrees.
- the ability to build what you need, then be able to use an eraser to shave pieces to desired size.
- Instead of a ball of light, a light stick.
- the monitor should have a gun.What is your favorite thing about Halotracker?
Being able to embed images and videos in posts is a huge difference from the Bungie.net forums. Besides that, the people here are for the most part very nice and helpful, and that is a big thing for me.Please tell us 3-5 things about you that are interesting or that people may not know, but make 1 thing a lie.
- I scratch on turntables.
- I meditate daily.
- I am an alien.
- I have no speeding tickets.Can you guess which one is a lie?Do you have any shout outs or final comments for all your adoring fans?
Shout out to Forge Cafe
, because you guys are more awesome than you even realize. Shoutout to Elijah, my inter-dimensional space companion, we're almost home. Thanks to all the admins for helping us set up shop here, you helped tremendously. Two jumping high fives freeze framed in the sunset for Xorth and Edge, I don't know you all that well yet, but you deserve pink hands for being so helpful. Maude, I blame you for everything. Well that is all the questions we have. I would like to extend a huge thank you from everyone at Halotracker for taking your time to do this. We are happy to have you in the Halotracker community!
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