Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Sinful Gods!

Alright guys, It's about time I reveal the decklist of one of the two decks I'll be working on. I want to thank nthny4 for having helped me with this deck, I really can't thank him enough, also for donating some cards! This is, the 1st draft of the build, and like always, I'm VERY open for suggestions!

Monsters ~ 20
3 Fabled Grimro
3 Fabled Krus
2 Fabled Raven
3-The Fabled Cerburrel
2-The Fabled Chawa
1-The Fabled Ganashia
2 Honest
1 Morphing Jar
1 Sangan
2 Snipe Hunter

Spell ~ 13
1-Card destruction
1-Allure of Darkness
2-Dark world Dealings
1-Mind Control
1-Giant Trunade
1-Mystical space Typhoon
1-Pot of avarice
2-Lightning Vortex
1-Monster Reborn
2-Book of moons

Traps ~ 7
2-Phoenix Wing Wind Blast
2-Raigeki break
1-Solemn Judgement
1-Mirror Force
1-Beckoning Light


Now there are a couple of cards I want to talk about here.
Fabled Grimro is the main searcher of the build, While you control a face-up "Fabled" monster, you can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard to add 1 "Fabled" monster other than "Fabled Grimro" from your Deck to your hand.

This instantly gives you access to ANY Fabled monster, it isn't just limited to "Fabled" though, "The Fabled" monsters are also targets. For those who aren't aware, there are two types of Fableds. "Fabled" and "The Fabled". Grimro can search for both types.

Krus is borderline broken, like, seriously. When this card is discarded to the Graveyard, select and Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Fabled" monster from your Graveyard, except this card.

Now I know you may be thinking, "That's not too bad, what are you talking about?" Suddenly you realize you can special summon pretty much any "Fabled" including "The Fabled", but also, Raven is a lvl 2+ tuner, The Fabled Cerburrel is a lvl 2 Tuner, but not only that, one of the deadly Synchros we have is lvl 4. What's that, suddenly Krus just became a lvl 4 2300 atk Synchro with a sick effect?

Oh, that's right, Krus can even let you special summon this guy, a lvl 4 Synchro with a nasty effect. While both players have the same number of cards in their hands, negate the activation of the effects of your opponent's Effect Monsters, Spell Cards, and Trap Cards, and destroy those cards.

There's really not much that needs to be said about this guy. He's beast, and all the hand control that goes on in this deck makes it easy to have the same number of cards.

Remember I mentioned "Raven" up there? This is perhaps the best Tuner monster available at the moment. Once per turn, you can discard any number of cards from your hand and increase the Level of this card by the number of discarded cards, until the End Phase. This card also gains ATK equal to the number of discarded cards x 400, until the End Phase.

That's right, perhaps the most versatile Tuner created, this bad boy can let you bring out almost anyone you need, and not just that, he also triggers off the effects of all other Fabled monsters!

And the last guy I want to talk about is one of "The Fabled" monsters, this cute guy here is deadly. His effect is simply the following: When this card is discarded to the graveyard, special summon it.

Simple and clean, yeah? Oh, did I mention he's a level 2 tuner? "The Fabled" Monsters are weaker spin offs / Sub archtype's of the "Fabled" monsters, but every one of them pack a nasty effect. Not only is this guy splashable but when you realize the degree of discarding that goes on in this deck, you notice ANYTHING special summons him. Need I say more?


That's all I really want to cover about the deck, There are a number of combos in there that I think should be self explanatory, such as the Beckoning light (All Fableds are Light Attribute, discard your hand, gain the effects, and get Fableds back equal to the number of cards discarded). Allure of Darkness is in there because I'll end up discarding most of the time (Snipe Hunter IS dark, the rest are Light), which will trigger off the Fableds effects!


  I'm open to ALL suggestions, so please, help me out, yeah? I'm not too sure about the Sangan, so that could be the start of the suggestions? I'm looking forward in seeing what you guys have to say!

 And remember, if life's got you down, kick it into god mode and keep kicking butt!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Majora's Mask Continued?

It's crazy how this is getting momentum real quick,  he posted the story on /x/ as well and it has already been archived. There are those who are skeptics and those who believe it, whether this is real or some elaborate hoax of his, it's still an amazing story, so without further ado, here is the continuation of Majora's Mask story. This is shorter than last time, but will again be told in his words, and once more, you will be rewarded with a video of his playthrough in the end.


I went back and started playing again, I loaded up the game and immediately I jumped at the title screen where the mask flies by - the sound that played was not the normal "woosh" sound, it was something much higher pitched. I pressed start, bracing for the worst, but just like two nights ago, the files "Your Turn" and "BEN" were displayed (truth be told I looked at the BEN file earlier, it seems to fluctuate between displaying the Owl Save and not). I brought up the BEN file, hesitated for a moment noticing that the stats were not the same as they original were two days ago, it seemed like he had already completed the Stone Tower Temple this time... Summoning my courage I selected it.

Immediately I was thrusted into complete chaos. Sure enough, I was outside Stone Tower Temple, but that's about all that was expected. The zone itself wasn't called Stone Tower Temple, but rather "St o n e", and immediately a dialogue box of complete gibberish that I couldn't make out greeted me. Link's body was distorted - his back was cocked violently to the side where his posture was permanently disfigured. Link's expression was dull, almost monotonous, he had an expression on his face that I didn't recognize before, it was a blank look - as if he was dead. As Link stood there his body spasmed irregularly back and forth I examined what had become of my avatar and noticed I had a C button item I had never seen before, some kind of note, but pressing it did nothing. Sounds played back and forth that I didn't recognize from the game - almost demonic in nature, and there was some kind of high-pitched yip or some kind of laugh or something playing in the background. I had all of two minutes to take in the environment before another one of those fucking Elegy of Emptiness statues was summoned and immediately after I was cut into the "Dawn of a New Day" screen, except this time it was without the "||||||" subtext.

I was a Deku Scrub in Clock Town - this scene would normally play after the first time you traveled back in time. Tatl would say "Wh-What just happened? It's as if everything has..." but instead of saying "Started over", she finished her remark in broken text as the laugh of the Happy Mask Salesman played in the background. I was put back in control of my character, but from a fucked up camera angle - I was looking from behind the door to the Clock Tower, watching my avatar run around as a Deku Scrub. Seeing as how I really had no place to go because I couldn't see anything, I begrudgingly went inside the door. There, I was greeted by the Happy Mask Salesman who simply told me "You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?" before the screen whited out.

I was in Termina field as a human again. I might as well not have been playing the same game anymore - I was being warped around and there was no sign of a day clock or anything. I took a moment to get my bearings as I looked around the field and immediately I could tell that this was not normal. There were no enemies and a twisted version of the Happy Mask Salesman's theme was playing. I decided to run towards Woodfall before I noticed a gathering of three figures off to the side - one of them being Epona. As I approached them, to my horror I saw the Happy Mask Salesman, the Skull Kid, and the Elegy of Emptiness statue just standing there. I figured maybe they were bugged out, but by now I told myself that I should know better. Nevertheless, I approached them carefully and found that the Skull Kid was playing some kind of idle animation on loop, same with Epona, and the Elegy of Emptiness statue was doing what it has been doing all along - just standing there eerily. It was the Happy Mask Salesman that scared me more profoundly than the other two.

He too was idle, wearing that shit-eating grin, but where-ever I moved, his head slowly turned and followed me. I had not engaged in any dialogue with him nor was I in combat with him, yet his head still continued to follow my movements. Reminded of my first encounter with the Skull Kid on top of Clock Tower, I pulled out my Ocarina (to which the game played the ding sound when you're supposed to play your Ocarina) and tried a song I hadn't played yet - the Happy Mask Salesmans' own song and the song that had been playing on loop back in Day 4 - the Song of Healing.

I finished playing the song and as I did, a ear-piercing shriek blasted on my TV, the sky immediately started flashing, the Happy Mask Salesmans' twisted theme song sped up, intensifying the fear inside me, and Link exploded into flames and died. The three figures stayed lit up during my death screen as they watched my lifeless body burn. I can't describe to you how sudden and terrifying the transition from eerie to terror it is, you're going to have to watch the video if you want to see first-hand.

I had little time to ponder as I was immediately given another small cutscene of transforming into a Zora and now I found myself in Great Temple Bay. Hesitant but curious to see what the game had in store for me, I slowly made my way towards the beach, where I found Epona. I wondered why the game had decided to put her here, was the game implying she was trying to get a drink? Unable to take the mask off, I decided that riding the steed wasn't the reason she was placed there.

Suddenly I realized that Epona kept neighing and the way she was angled made it look like she was trying to signal a point to me off in the distance. It was a hunch, but I dove into Great Bay and started swimming. Sure enough - I almost missed it - I found something at the bottom of the ocean; one last Elegy of Emptiness statue. I went down to examine it and suddenly my Zora started doing a choking animation I had never seen a Zora do before - which didn't even make sense because Zora's can breath underwater. Regardless, my character choked to death and died, and again the statue was the only thing that was highlighted in my death. I didn't respawn this time, I was booted back to the main menu as if I restarted the console.

The "press start" screen was before me, I knew the only reason why it would put me here is because the save files had changed again. Taking a deep breath, I pressed start, and I was right. The new save files told me about Ben. The two save files told me his fate.The game obviously isn't through with me - it taunts me with the new save files - but I'm done with this shit. I'm not touching any more of the files. This is already way too horrifying for me and I don't even believe in the paranormal, but I'm running out of explanations. Why would someone send me this message? I don't understand it, I just get too depressed thinking about this...

I'm trying to get ahold of a camera so I can take a picture of the cartridge, but I have a feeling that once i do that then those same people will not be content with having an unexplainable event and want me to jump through more hoops for proof - I promise you that I will, but just for the rest of the day I just want to distance myself from this thing and recooperate.


  • Here is the gameplay described in the story... I think it's about time we kick it into god mode...

Majora's Mask Horror Story?!

Let's try something a bit different, yeah? Who here is a fan of the Zelda Series? To be specific, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. That game is, to this day, one of the darkest games I've ever had the pleasure to play. I wont ramble any longer, as it IS a long story. Read the whole thing though, it's well worth it, You'll be rewarded in the end with the video of what happened.

I recently moved into my dorm room starting as a Sophomore in college and a friend of mine gave me his old Nintendo 64 to play. I was stoked, to say the least, I could finally play all of those old games of my youth that I hadn't touched in at least a decade. His Nintendo 64 came with one yellow controller and a rather shoddy copy of Super Smash Brothers.

That weekend I decided to drive around a few neighborhoods about twenty minutes or so off campus, hitting up the local garage sales, hoping to score on some good deals from ignorant parents. I ended up picking up a copy of Pokemon Stadium, Goldeneye (fuck yeah), F-Zero, and two other controllers for two dollars. Satisfied, I began to drive out of the neighborhood when one last house caught my attention. I usually trust my gut on these things so I got out of the car and I was greeted by an old man. His outward appearance was, for lack of a better word, displeasing. It was odd, if you asked me to tell you why I thought he was displeasing, I couldn't really pinpoint anything - there was just something about him that put me on edge, I can't explain it.

He flashed a crooked smile and asked what I was looking for, I asked if he had any old video games, assuming he didn't.To my surprise he said he had a few ones in an old box, he assured me he'd be back in a "jiffy" and turned to head back into the garage. As I watched him hobble away, I couldn't help but notice what he was selling on his table. Littered across his table were rather... peculiar paintings; various artworks that looked like ink blots that a psychiatrist might show you. Curious, I looked through them. As I came to the last one, for some reason it looked almost like Majora's Mask - the same heart-shaped body with little spikes protruding outward. Initially I just thought that since I was secretly hoping to find that game at these garage sales, some Freudian bullshit was projecting itself into the ink blots, but given the events that happened afterward I'm not so sure now.

After staring at the Majora-shaped blot, I looked up and the old man was suddenly there again, arms-length in front of me, smiling at me. I'll admit I jumped out of reflex and I laughed nervously as he handed me a Nintendo 64 cartridge. It was the standard grey color, except that someone had written Majora on it in black permanent marker. As I realized what a coincidence this was and asked him how much he wanted for it.

The old man smiled at me and told me that I could have it for free, that it used to belong to a kid who was about my age that didn't live here anymore. There was something weird about how the man phrased that, but I didn't really pay any attention to then, I was too caught up in not only finding this game but getting it for free.

I reminded myself to be a bit skeptical since this looked like a pretty shady cartridge and there's no guarantee it would work, but then the optimist inside me interjected that maybe it was some kind of beta version or pirated version of the game and that was all I needed to be back on cloud nine. I thanked the man and the man smiled at me and wished me well, saying "Goodbye then!" - at least that's what it sounded like to me. All the way in the car-ride home, I had a nagging doubt that the man had said something else. My fears were confirmed when I booted up the game (to my surprise it worked just fine) and there was one save file named simply "BEN". "Goodbye Ben", he was saying "Goodbye Ben". I felt bad for the man, obviously a grandparent and obviously going senile, and I - for some reason or another - reminded him of his grandson "Ben".

For such a shady looking game cartridge, I was impressed at how smoothly it ran - literally just like a retail copy of the game save for a few minor hiccups here and there (like textures being where they shouldn't be, random flashes of cutscenes at odd intervals, but nothing too bad). However the only thing that was a little unnerving was that at times the NPCs would call me "Link" and at other times they would call me "BEN". I figured it was just a bug - a fluke in the programming causing our files to get mixed up or something. It did kind of creep me out though after a while, and it was around after I had beaten the Woodfall Temple that I regrettably went into the save files and deleted "BEN" (I had intended to preserve the file just out of respect of the game's original owner, it's not like I needed two files anyway), hoping that that would solve the problem. It did and it didn't, now NPCs wouldn't call me anything, where my name should be in the dialogue there was just a blank space (my save file name was still called "Link", though). Frustrated, and with homework to do, I put the game down for a day.

Now, some of you more hardcore Majora's Mask players know about the "4th Day" glitch - for those who don't you can google it but the jist of it is that right as the clock is about to hit 00:00:00 on the final day, you talk to the astronomer and look through the telescope. If you time it right the countdown disappears and you essentially have another day to finish whatever you were doing. Deciding to do the glitch to try and finish the Snowhead Temple, I happened to get it right on the first try and the time counter at the bottom disappeared.

However, when I pressed B to exit the telescope, instead of being greeted by the astronomer I found myself in the Majora boss fight room at the end of the game (the trippy boxed in arena) staring at Skull Kid hovering above me. There was no sound, just him floating in the air above me, and the background music which was regular for the area (but still creepy). Immediately my palms began to sweat - this was definitely not normal. Skull Kid NEVER appeared here. I tried moving around the area, and no matter where I went, Skull Kid would always be facing me, looking at me, not saying anything. Nothing would happen though, and this kept up for around sixty seconds. I thought the game had bugged or something - but I was beginning to doubt that very much.

I was about to reach for the reset button when text appeared on my screen: "You're not sure why, but you apparently had a reservation..." I instantly recognized that text - you get that message when you get the Room Key from Anju at the Stock Pot Inn, but why was it playing here? I started to navigate the room again, testing to see if that was some sort of trigger that enabled me to interact with something here. Sure enough, fifteen seconds later another message appeared on the screen, and again like the first one it was already a pre-existing phrase "Go to the lair of the temple's boss? Yes/No". I paused for a second, contemplating what I should press and how the game would react, when I realized that I couldn't select no. Taking a deep breath, I pressed Yes and the screen faded to white, with the words "Dawn of a New Day" with the subtext "||||||||" beneath it.

I appeared in some kind of weird twilight-zone version of Clock Town. I walked out of the Clock Tower (as you normally do when you start from Day 1) only to find that all of the inhabitants were gone. Usually with the 4th Day glitch you can still find the guards and the dog that runs around outside the tower - this time they were all gone. I had four hearts to my name and the Hero's Bow, but at this point I wasn't even concerned for my avatar. Perhaps the most chilling thing was the music - it was the Song of Healing, ripped straight from the game itself, but played in reverse. The music would get louder, building up so as if you should expect something to pop out at you, but nothing ever did, and the constant loop began to wear on my mental state.

Every now and then I would hear the faint laugh of the Happy Mask Salesman in the background, just quiet enough so that I wasn't sure if I just hearing things but just loud enough to keep me determined to find him. I looked in all four zones of Clock Town, only to find nothing.... No one. Textures were missing, West Clock Town had me walking on air, the entire area felt... broken. Hopelessly broken.

I tried leaving Clock Town, but every time I attempted to zone out, the screen would fade to black and I would just zone in to another part of Clock Town. I tried playing my Ocarina, I wanted to escape, and I did NOT want to be here, but every time I played the Song of Time or Song of Soaring it would only say "Your notes echo far, but nothing happens". By this point, it was obvious the game didn't want me to leave, but I had no idea why it was keeping me here. I didn't want to go inside the buildings, I felt that I would be too vulnerable there to whatever I was terrified of. I don't know why, but I came up with the idea that maybe if I drowned myself at the Laundry Pool I could spawn somewhere else and leave this place.

As I zoned in and ran towards the pool, that's when it happened. Link grabbed his head, and the screen flashed for a brief moment of the Happy Mask Salesman smiling at me, not link, but me, with Skull Kid's scream playing in the background, and when the screen returned I was staring at the Link Statue from playing the song Elegy of Emptiness. I turned around and ran out and back into South Clock Town, and to my horror the fucking statue followed me in the only way I can compare this is like the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who. Every so often, at random intervals, the animation would play of the statue appearing behind me. It was like the thing was chasing me, or - I don't even want to fucking say it - haunting me.

I tried to shake the statue, but it would literally appear right behind me every single time, and the screen would cut to the Happy Mask Salesman smiling again for a brief moment before I was face to face with that fucking statue again. I ended up running into the Swordmasters Dojo and ran to the back, I don't know why, but in my panic I just wanted some kind of assurance that I'm not alone here. To my dismay I found no one, but as I turned to leave the statue cornered me in the cubby in the back. I tried attacking the statue with my sword but to no avail. Confused, and backed into a corner, I just stared at the statue waiting for it to kill me. Suddenly, the screen flashed again to the Happy Mask Salesman and Link turned to face my screen, standing upright mirroring the statue, looking at me along with his copy. Literally staring at me. Whatever was left of the 4th wall was completely shattered while I ran out of the dojo terrified. Suddenly the game warped me to an underground tunnel and the reverse Song of Healing queued up again as I was given a brief moment of rest before the statue started appearing behind me again... this time aggressively - I could only take a few steps before it would summon behind me again. I hurrily made my way out of the tunnel and appeared in Southern Clock Town. As I ran aimlessly - in a sheer panic - suddenly a redead screamed and the screen faded to black as "Dawn of a New Day" and "|||||||||" appeared again.

The screen faded in and I was standing ontop of Clock Tower with Skull Kid hovering over me again, silent. A new song was playing - the Stone Tower Temple theme played in reverse. In some sort of desperate attempt, I equipped my bow and fired off a shot at the Skull Kid - and it actually hit him, I fired again and on the third arrow, a text box appeared saying "That won't do you any good. Hee, hee." and I was picked up off the ground, levitated upwards on my back, and then Link screamed as he burst into flames, instantly killing him.

As the death screen played, my lifeless body still burning, the Skull Kid laughed and the screen faded to black, only to have me reappear in the same place. I decided to charge him, but the same thing happened, Link's body was lifted off the ground by some unknown force and he immediately burst into flames again killing him. This time during the death screen the faint sounds of the reverse Song of Healing could be heard. On my third (and final try), I noticed that there was no music playing this time, that all there was was eerie silence. I remembered that in the original encounter with the Skull Kid you were supposed to use the Ocarina to either travel back in time or summon the giants. I attempted to play the Song of Time but before I could hit the last note Links body once again horrifically exploded into flames and he died.

As the death screen neared its end, it began to chug, as if the cartridge was trying to process a lot of something.... when the screen came to, it was the same scene as the first three times, except this time Link was lying on the ground dead in a position I had never seen in the game before, his head tilted towards the camera, with the Skull Kid floating above him. I couldn't move, I couldn't press any buttons, all I could do is just stare at Link's dead body. After around thirty seconds of this, the game simply fades out with the message "You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?" before kicking you out to the title screen.

Upon getting back to the title screen and starting again, I noticed my save file was no longer there. Instead of "Link", it was replaced with "YOUR TURN". "YOUR TURN" had 3 hearts, 0 masks, and no items. I selected "YOUR TURN" and immediately when I did I was returned to the Clock Tower Rooftop scene of my Link dead and the Skull Kid hovering over, with the Skull Kid's laughing looping again and again. I quickly hit the reset button and when the game booted up again there was one more save file added, below "YOUR TURN", entitled "BEN".
  • This is the video of what he went through. He's going to play Ben's file soon and record it. 

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Fireworks, good times and New Decks!

  • Alright, so it's been about a week since my first post. I know, I know, for shame Envy, for shame... I'm not too sad about it though, my girlfriend Holly, whom I hadn't seen in 8 months,  came down for a week, so that took up my time. It was great to have her here, and needless to say, I was a sad sad panda when I left the airport yesterday. It was a nice surprise to see a black sketchbook on my bed though, she wrote to me everyday since the last time we were together, telling me of her days and in general writing as if she were talking to me. It makes me smile to read this book, and I'm still not done reading it, it's a good 100-150 pages... just an estimate by eying it.

Now that she's gone and I'm sitting in this room once more, It's back to reality for me, and so, I'm packing up this week to move in with a friend this Saturday, yay for moving out! I'm super excited for that, but yeah... That's enough of that haha.


So, on to the world of Yugioh! I talked to a good friend, nthny4, a week ago and he helped me build a deck. That's right, Envy is NOW working on a new deck. Fortune Ladies and Blackwings are pretty much complete and now it's time for a new addition...TWO new additions!



Sky Scourge

  • Yep yep, Fableds and Sky Scourge will be the focus of my two new builds. Nthny4 helped me out with the Fabled deck and offered, out of the goodness of his heart, to donate a couple of cards to help. Needless to say, the Fabled Deck won't be complete for a couple months until the rest of the support is released, but we've already completed the deck list. 

  • The Sky Scourge deck is one that I decided on making after having seen Sky Scourge Enrise in Holly's trade binder, I realized I already had Sky Scourge Norleras, so I got on KCVDS and began to make a build. It's super cheap, fun, and effective!

No worries though, I'll post up both deck lists up later on to get some feedback!

Lastly, I'll leave you with this. Some high school decided to have a fireworks display earlier on tonight, and I don't know about you, but I love fireworks. It brings out the kid in me, more so than Yugioh haha. I thought someone was being shot at first, but when I decided to look out the window, I saw the lights. I grabbed a drink, went to my balcony and recorded the works. Here's a quick video of it, Enjoy!

That's about it for tonight, I want to give a big thanks to Valafar for having helped me in setting up my blog, I really appreciate it! I also want to thank every single one of you who read this blog, keep on reading and I'll keep on posting away! Take care, have a good night and good day.

And remember, if life's got you down, kick it into god mode and keep kicking butt!

Saturday, August 28, 2010

A new member appears! ENVY THE CLOWN!

Yeah yeah yeah, who would have thought, Envy actually having a blog? ACTUALLY writing? Perhaps this would be the time to let those of you who are out of the "loop" (No such thing exists... I just don't talk much about myself on my channel ;]), know that I've never been a big fan of writing. Granted, it doesn't bother me to write, it was just never my "thing", if you know what I mean.

"But Envy, if you dislike writing so much, why are you making a blog?"

To be honest? I'm making it because I was inspired to do so. I figured I'd give it at a go, besides, there are a number of things I want to talk about that I feel are just not suited for the main channel! (Which if you don't know, is )

So then, what will this blog offer? 

  • An insight on my life, not detailed but you know... things that I find important, like, oh, I don't know, my girlfriend flying in for a week? (I'll talk about our long distance relationship if you'd like). Sharing things that aren't just yugioh related, like my late night adventure!

    • Decklists:  It's no secret that I have updated the Fortune Ladies a lot but have yet to post a video of them. Why? With all the video's I've put up lately of deck updates, I feel another would just be overkill. So I'll post deck lists here as well.

    • Yugioh News: I stalked the forums to be one of the first ones to released the legit banlist, if the news is important, you can bet your bottom that I'll be one of the first to hear about it, and in turn, you'll be one of the first, as I'll let everyone know right away!

    • Behind the Scenes talk of my videos. If something happens that I think is funny or you would enjoy to know about while I was making/filming/editing a video, it'll go here!

    And much more, suggestions are always welcome by the way!

    All in all, I needed to find a way to start this damn thing, since I've never been good with introductions, so leave a comment will ya? Just like a youtube video, where seeing a "like" rating inspires the director, a comment here will do the same... pretty much haha.

    That about wraps it up actually. It's pretty late here, 2:45 AM, sheesh! I'm off to get some shut eye.

    And remember, if life's got you down, kick it into god mode and keep kicking butt!