|Just some of the things that I enjoy!|
A Christmas Rhyme, Done on Little TimeTwas the days before Christmas and I could give not a shit. I'm not even Christian, this holidays a gip.A Christmas Rhyme, Done on Little Time by Mr-Ichart
However, there's one thing that even a pessimistic Jew can do, that's to wish a Buddhist a Merry Christmas too!
The issue he had was such a givin', for he did not know what gift he could get 'em. But then he had a thought, which was not clever in the slight, was to give him a gift of Steam Games, which was a plight.
With a collection of more then 300 plus games, it would seem this idea was going down inflames.
"This is madness," he thought, his mind in distress, "I was never that good with this holiday mess."
As he pondered the list of so many different games, he thought to himself, "Wow, this is kinda lame!"
"I know this guy well and a good friend that parts is true, but what the fuck can I get him, what the fuck will I do!"
But it was then that he remembered, a game that was released. A remaster of sorts of something that went unreleased.
From the old Windows '95 days, so he thoug
Welcome everybody, I am your host with the....well nothing at the moment and certinly not the most, enought of that. I am Mr-Ichart, the Master of the Universe (in my head), the Leader of the Free World (in my head), and I was the one to kill Hitler (in...well that one may be true).
I am what you call a jack of all trades, master of none (that last part holds alot of truth), I'm a artist, writer, painter, photographer, ex-programer, modder, roleplayer, beta tester, engineer, Game Master, Leader of Karachi in Pakistan (at Origins '11, Columbus, Ohio), but all jokes aside I take pride in doing so much because it allows for a more enjoyable life.
Hopefully, I can entertain you. If you were looking for a talented artist thought and harp about it to me then follow this, but do not take it personally, go f**k your couch and make sure it consensual. I dont want to get a court order to explain to a judge why I told someone to rape their love seat...that was a horrible pun, not very punny at all...I'll shut up now.
Current Residence: The 2nd floor of Hell, next to the Exit
deviantWEAR sizing preference: L
Favourite genre of music: Mix (everything from classical to techno)
Favourite style of art: Realistic Anime
Operating System: Windows 7
Personal Quote: "...and these are the reason why we cant have nice things."
"Lance Corporal John J. Hawthorne distinguished himself by extraordinary acts of heroism while serving as a rifleman in 13th Glider Infantry Company, White Riders Detachment, during combat operations against an armed enemy in and around Newcastle, Britannia on July 18th, 1942. While conducting a combat over the Britannian countryside, Lance Corporal Hawthorne and his fellow comrades in arms engaged in multiple firefights against enemy forces. Lance Corporal Hawthorne was apart of the July 26th New Pendent Airfield assault, where he was critically wounded in a friendly fire incident. Despite his inability to walk he made attempts to continue to fight. During the actions on the New Winchester Arsenal he valiantly rode in the passenger seat of a jeep along with Sergeant Nicolas T. Stenson, Private Daniel P. Young, and Private Rodney C. Carr. He crewed a captured Vickers-K machine gun, provided valuable covering and suppressing fire preventing the enemy forces from rallying. After the enemy deployed a new Mecha, Sergeant Stenson took to a fighting retreat.
One vehicle was abandoned when its transmission was jammed, and the second was damaged by a mine, killing one. Due to not having enough space in the command jeep, Sergeant Stenson asked for volunteers to join him in a distraction. Lance Corporal Hawthorne was the only volunteer to continue with Sergeant Stenson. After evading the Mecha, repeatedly exposing Sergeant Stenson and himself to withering enemy fire while moving from position to position, Lance Corporal Hawthorne was mortally wounded by enemy fire. Lance Corporal Hawthorne's heroism and selflessness above and beyond the call of duty, and at the cost of his own life, are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself and the Confederate States Army." - Narrative to accompany the award of the Distinguished Service Cross
My players are the heroes of this story, but like any good movie they are nothing without a good supporting cast. I am glad the players enjoy the characters and feel for them when they loose them.....and more will likely die before their missions complete.