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I'm a huge fan of Empires and will attempt to support the mod in any way short of teaching myself how to program (I'm still learning how to not suck at mapping).
If I were any more a fan of Empires, the developers of the game would have restraining orders.
 
I go by the name The Buttery Lobster on pretty much any internet activity, be it game or forum or otherwise. (except, you know, that other stuff. You know what I'm talking about.) I've yet to see another person use the same moniker, and that's the way I likes it.
 
To the best of my knowledge, there is no greater satisfaction then a melee kill followed by the "Oh yeah" taunt. But stickies are a close second. Also racing around maps in jeeps at top speed trying to run people over. Thats awesome.


'''Combat Proficiency:'''
'''Combat Proficiency:'''
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''Vehicle Combat'': Average. I can hold my own against average/infrequent players, and can dominate newbies, but against a vet who specializes in tank combat, I have to rely on the element of surprise to survive the battle. I tend to rely on hit-and-run tactics.
''Vehicle Combat'': Average. I can hold my own against average/infrequent players, and can dominate newbies, but against a vet who specializes in tank combat, I have to rely on the element of surprise to survive the battle. I tend to rely on hit-and-run tactics.


''Commanding'': Average. I may not have that intrinsic sense of timing and command that separates the good from the great, but I have enough experience in-game to know what works and what doesn't. I am familiar with the commander controls, tech tree, and the maps in general. I know what techs are good and what are crap, what massing enemy force is going to be the biggest threat to the team, and where the winning teams should locate their bases. The biggest problem is that I hate commanding even though I know what to do, and I tend to flip out and lose it when I command. Which is why I don't (and you don't wanna see me try). I do a much better job of coordinating with the commander on the ground as a squad leader then operating from the CV.
''Commanding'': Average to poor. I don't have that intrinsic sense of timing and command that separates the good from the great, but I am familiar with the commander controls, tech tree, and the maps in general. I know what techs are good and what are crap, what massing enemy force is going to be the biggest threat to the team, and where the winning teams should locate their bases. The biggest problem is that I hate commanding even though I know what to do, and I tend to flip out and lose it when I command. Which is why I don't (and you don't wanna see me try). I do a much better job of coordinating with the commander on the ground as a squad leader then operating from the CV.


'''Current Arch-Rival/Nemesis''': Avair. He dares to deny Clawtopian right.
'''Current Arch-Rival/Nemesis''': Avair. He owes me a soda.


'''Current Monarch of''': Clawtopia
'''Current Monarch of''': Clawtopia

Revision as of 23:41, 12 November 2007

If I were any more a fan of Empires, the developers of the game would have restraining orders.

Combat Proficiency:

Infantry Combat: Good. I can hold my own against other seasoned Empires veterans, perhaps even outperforming some in certain circumstances, and will play any infantry class without preference.

Vehicle Combat: Average. I can hold my own against average/infrequent players, and can dominate newbies, but against a vet who specializes in tank combat, I have to rely on the element of surprise to survive the battle. I tend to rely on hit-and-run tactics.

Commanding: Average to poor. I don't have that intrinsic sense of timing and command that separates the good from the great, but I am familiar with the commander controls, tech tree, and the maps in general. I know what techs are good and what are crap, what massing enemy force is going to be the biggest threat to the team, and where the winning teams should locate their bases. The biggest problem is that I hate commanding even though I know what to do, and I tend to flip out and lose it when I command. Which is why I don't (and you don't wanna see me try). I do a much better job of coordinating with the commander on the ground as a squad leader then operating from the CV.

Current Arch-Rival/Nemesis: Avair. He owes me a soda.

Current Monarch of: Clawtopia