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Real Life Me:

In real life I'm a graduate from Missouri University of Science and Technology with a Bachelor's of Science in the field of Computer Science and a Minor in History (though truth be told, I had enough credit hours for a Bachelor's of Arts in History as well, but passed up the opportunity). Generally speaking, my interests include history (all history, I'm fascinated by the historical development of other cultures), classical music (from Bach and Chopin to more modern composers such as Ludovico Einaudi), and literature (pretty much all literature).

 

When I'm not modding, filming or writing reviews for Morrowind mods, I'm typically enjoying a good book. I've read everything from classical Greek and Roman literature such as "History of the Peloponnesian War" by Thucydides and "The Aeneid" by Virgil, to 19th century authors such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens, to modern-day fantasy and sci-fi novels by Brandon Sanderson, Brent Weeks, David Brin, and Isaac Asimov.

 

I'm very much one of those quiet solitary loners in real life, prone to sticking to themselves and saying very little indeed, but as you can no doubt tell by this "About Me" page, I can be quite garrulous when it comes to posting on the internet.

 

Morrowind Me:

In the Morrowind Modding community, I'm the host of the weekly YouTube series "Morrowind Modding Showcases" where various mods from around the community are showcased in order to increase their visibility as well as proving to the larger world that the Morrowind Modding scene is quite active indeed and not at all dead. I'm also a mod author myself, and my works include the quest mods of "A Hermit's Request" and "Of Justice and Innocence", as well as the dungeon mod "The Haunted Tavern of the West Gash" and the town mod "Redaynia Village".

 

I first started playing Morrowind in June of 2002, and haven't stopped playing since, always exploring the many works by the numerous talented individuals in the community that have assured that Morrowind will never truly die. I first began modding myself in December of 2003 with the release of my first mod "Temple Teleports", and I quickly followed it up with nine more mods before quietly deleting them all in 2005 and 2006 due to quality control concerns.

 

While I'm not the most active individual in the community, I consider the Morrowind Modding community to be a second home, and much of what I do, I do solely for the benefit of my community.

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