Moo, mooo moo moooo moo mooo mooooooo moo mooo. Mooo moo mooooo moo moooo moooo mooooooo mooo!
Now that I have that out of the way...
Greetings! I have been lurking the site for the past few months reading the comic ever since I came across it on...somewhere. I should probably keep track of stuff like that. Either way, I fell in love with the fantastic art style and awesome wit (definitely not too strong of a word) displayed in many of the comics.
I have been a gamer in some form or fashion for all of my 27 years. I may have started off by imaginarily battling ducks on the mobile above my crib, but that thirst for duck on duck violence eventually evolved into a love for boardgames and then the ultimate game of all time, Duck Hunt. While things have been naturally going downhill from there, it is only understandable and unstoppable after hitting the peak in the Universes existence.
While waiting for the second coming of Duck Hunt, I have mostly moved to MMORPGs. I used to play a game called Wyvern, which was a graphical mud, until they changed how levitation worked *shakes fist*
I then moved on to WoW and many other MMOs, though World of Tanks tends to eat a LOT of my gaming time as of late. As for non-MMOs I tend to play a mix of strategy, RPG, and FPS games, making me fairly easy to please
Anime is also something that has drawn me in over the years. Though I do not watch as much as I once did, I do still watch a few new shows every now and again. Right now I am following Working! season 2 as well as Mawara Penguindrum, which is a pretty good show so far! As for all time favorites in anime, I would have to say those are Clannad and Toradora; both shows I watched around the same time and they both played with my emotions to a degree. Clannad was the worst for playing with my emotions and is thus my favorite anime of all time. The second season was made all the worse for me since I had watched the movie between the two seasons and knew generally how the second season was going to end. Talk about emotional roller coaster, omg. If anyone has yet to actually watch the second season of Clannad, I highly suggest watching the Clannad movie between the two seasons as I feel knowing the outcome of the story makes the second part of that story much more emotional.
Now that I have raved about Clannad enough, I should probably skedaddle and watch some Walking Dead from last night.
Thanks all and looking forward to getting to know you!