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  1. Hanyo
    January 23rd, 2011 20:13
    thank you man so much, chewy! totally the game i need

About Me

  • About Alrik Fassbauer
    Old Europe
    IT-Professional looking for a job
    About Me
    Not a prince looking like a frog but rather a unicorn looking like a human.
  • Interests
    Things I like
    Archaeology, Reading (especially discworld novels), Writing, RPGs, Star Wars …
    Favorite RPGs
    The "Nordland-Trilogie", internationally known as the "Realms of Arcania" series, Divinity, well, can't remember too much, since I rather like to play adventure games. ;) (Not the action stuff, though.)
    Favorite MMOs
    None so far. I don't play MMORPGs.
    Favorite Non-RPGs
    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
    Monkey Island I
    Commander Keen
    Tropico I

    Well, there are some more, but these are the ones I like most.
    Oh and maybe Monkey Island 2 & 3, Sam & Max hit the Road, Day of the Tentacle, X-Wing …
    Favorite movies
    Few. Very few.

    The Last Unicorn
    The Dark Crystal
    The Fisher King
    Blues Brothers
    The Goonies
    The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
    The Black Cauldron
    Favorite music
    Enya, Mike Oldfield, The Alan Parsons Project, Genesis (especially the older tunes), Blues Brothers, Peter Gabriel, Bangles, some bits of Yes, ZZ Top, Phil Collins, very early Chris de Burgh, ethnic music.
    Favorite books
    Momo , The Neverending Story (both by Michael Ende), Thera Awakening (by David Pulver and Steve Jackson, the book that came with the game "Stonekeep"), The Dark Crystal, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, "Glenkill" (internationally known as "Three Bags Full"), "Vineta", few more.
  • Signature
    “ Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction.“ (E.F.Schumacher, Economist, Source)


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 14:23
  • Join Date: November 5th, 2006
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