harrypotter, The Wordsmith

Member Since

4/26/2013

Last Activity

10/17/2018 5:00 PM

EXP Points

256

Post Count

24

Storygame Count

0

Duel Stats

48 wins / 41 losses

Order

Marauder

Commendations

0

Hello.  I am here to contribute as much as possible. I might need help along the way. I am open to duels and messages. In fact, I encourage people to challenge me or message me. So that is basically me. You now know my personality.

My favorite Harry Potter quote is-

"Witness for the defense, Albus Percival Wulfrick Brian Dumbledore."

 

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

 

Trophies Earned

Earning 100 Points

Recent Posts

Thinking of posting my guide on the dw on 9/26/2018 6:57:07 PM
Dear all, I've been thinking, I just recently wrote up a guide on exploring the dark web. I've been thinking of posting it on there. I believe I know how to do it if I were, but do you all think it'd be a cool idea? Probably not to many dark web guides out there on the plattform, so I'm there to create one. Thoughts? The purpose of this guide would be to encourage that people take a look on the dark web. I've done some browsing on there meself, and have found it more than a little fascenating.

Drum Corps International on 9/26/2018 6:52:06 PM
You'd be quite surprised. Mayana, Drum Corps International is quite a bit more than people just playing instruments, they do very intricate marching formations while playing very advanced pieces of music. The description's for the marching, mostly. Every corps has their own different style of marching and formation, and thus a different feel. I was just wondering really, it'd help me to figure out a different perspective with discriptions of the formation, but I've memorized 9 shows so far, so I guess in truth I just wanted to find a decent fan on the Internet. Really, I've been trying to find even a decent fan of DCI for a while now, no luck so far at all. Surprising, since they sell out large stadiums during the finals, but there it is.

Drum Corps International on 9/24/2018 7:22:37 PM
Funny, I didn't think that's all I talk about. Honestly, most of my time is just lurking on the forums. Least I'm not a troll, mainly because I can't think of good enough insults when I don't know what you'all look like. But there it is.

Drum Corps International on 9/19/2018 7:34:47 PM

Hello all.

 

Just wanted to ask if anyone knows about Drum Corps International.  I'm a huge fan of their work, having now 9 shows fully memorized.  I realize that most listen to rock or rap, and I'm not trying to be condescending, but I've been trying to find even a decent fan of DCI, but no luck so far.  Surprising, since their champeonships sell out every year.  So, anyone a fan?

 

If so, post about what you've listened to, I'd love to hear in particular some descriptions of the shows themselves, makes it better from a visual perspective which I don't and can't have.

 

Have a good day.


Making the editor for storygames more accessible f on 4/24/2018 8:32:58 PM

Hi there.  

 

So, I was thinking of a way to do this. If there was a way to make a text version of the editor, without the rich text toolbar and stuff, just straight text, it'd help. I think us blind people most definitely have something to offer, if only the editor for storygames. I was thinking, while we couldn't do graphics to complement our storygames, a way to do it might just be edit boxes with the labels, "Title of storygame, (when first starting, but this goes away as you write the storygame), title of segment, link, (which would be used to label the links in the storygame and more would be added as you come up with links), items, (so that people can add items and descriptions of items and make them appear within the storygame),and next or previous page links so that people could add links to their previous pages or next pages should they have something in mind. For each empty link, there'd be edit boxes, (again, excluding rich text toolbar, since most blind people stick with the original script), with the same information that I told you all above. This would make it a hell of a lot easier for a blind person to create a storygame.  Trust me, I have so many ideas about what I'd love to create, if I could. I would very much like for these changes to be implemented, heck, I don't care if it's called the Accessible Editor or something,  just as long as it helps us blind creators to have a chance at making worthwhile storygames. 

 

Thank you very much, administrators, for keeping this site alive. This would be a very good path for Choose Your Story to make, and would increase the number of actual creators to this site. 

 

 


Muds, (multi user dungeons) on 3/15/2017 12:20:59 PM

Hi there, do any of you play muds online?  These are client-based, text-based games in which you type commands and you play your own characters, for anyone who has no knowledge. There are some pretty good ones, Avalon for those who like Fantasy, Cosmic Rage, (which has a soundpack), for those who like science fiction, and for Endmaster and the Penguin, Sindome or Hellmoo might take to their brand.


lusternia on 3/31/2016 4:00:00 PM

Does anyone play the mud called Lusternia, Age of Ascention?  I know Swiftstryker does, but who is he on their. I do, and have multiple characters. One of them being Vablus of Gaudiguch.  Please post if you do, and what you think of it. If you don't, It's a good game with lots of stuff.


GRADUATION!!!!!! on 6/6/2013 7:15:36 PM

congratulations. I admire your loyalty to this website.

 


I need some help on 6/6/2013 7:12:38 PM

Drakilian, I have managed well being blind. Not that I am offended. I am an easy going human.

 


I need some help on 6/5/2013 11:15:32 PM

I don't think so. I wrote a page of my storygame. I don't know how to add links, though. And It's not because I'm blind!!! I assure you that I am fully capable of writing a storygame. But, thanks for all your help. Can you tell me what you think about blindness in general? I am just curious about what you think.