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Myself: Yahoo! Answer refugee, a student and a mystery story lover. Currently trying to write one.

Why am I active here? Because I lost my fear nerves, ever since I was born.

An extremist (in everything), an overthinker, impulsive, mostly hopeless at argument, 80% bookwise and 20% streetwise, having a tendency to land onto unnecessary troubles… hell, that’s me.

^^^ Err…what do you mean “me”? I don’t have any of those traits!
Sorry, that’s my other “me” who said that. I am a combination of at least 3 people. That explains why my mood cycles a lot. If I act crazy or stupid sometimes, it’s just my me’s who are messing up or having quarrels.

And what is my area of expertise? Currently NOTHING! Hahaha!

My big secret: I’m an internet Mafioso :P

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dammitjanetfromvegas's avatar dammitjanetfromvegas said

Regarding your answer:

I felt the same way! Thanks for your response. :)

1 month ago

Tropical_Willie's avatar Tropical_Willie said

Regarding your answer:
Thanx Mimishu1995


November 2nd, 2015

talljasperman's avatar talljasperman said

Happy 10k day.

September 9th, 2015

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

Oh, I forgot, and once again, I apologize. Thank you for your answer.

August 1st, 2015

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

Regarding your answer: While I don’t mean to be rude, and I apologize, I do not know what the gameplay was nor, do I know what a level looked like, other than an ancient Egyptian setting – either the passageways in a tomb or temple, partially lit, either from daylight, flaming torches on the walls, or just for the setting’s and player’s sake to make it more aesthetic or for visibility or both, or outside in a courtyard of a palace or temple, possibly with gardens and/or palm trees – and the fact that the player controlled the character, either an ancient Egyptian priest, warrior, or pharaoh (the warrior is the least likely, as the memory of an ancient Egyptian warrior as the character, as opposed to a priest or pharaoh, is the blurriest and the most non-existent, and therefore the most likely to be a false memory) or a mummy. Either possibility is likely due to the “dead brain”, obviously certain death for a living Egyptian when taken literally (although it may have meant “idiot” or just “loser” in the context of the game, but computer games, I believe, tend to pun on things like that for names) or obviously referencing the fact that mummies have no brains due to being removed, and also punning on “idiot” or just “loser”.

August 1st, 2015