Haha, no worries of being creeped out by the mad. I've already learned that it's no use trying to stay above the madness; just join in and enjoy it.
And thank you for the compliments. I can't really take credit for the avatar (just a cropped image - my signature is another story), but using somewhat proper typing on forums/in chat is something I pride myself in. No use in writing it if no one can read it, right?
And to Saiynoq: I'll be sure to add you as soon as I get myself established on USWest. I've decided that I'll make an account there (probably within the next day or so) just to test the waters, and I may end up staying.
If you do want to join SICK, you should go and sign up. You should sign up for LoTD.:D
Oh, I've thought about it. My only concern is that I just recently signed up for the forums, so I'm not that well established around here. And with the possible move to USWest, I'm not established there, either.
I would love to, though. I've never really been part of an active guild/clan/legion before, so it'd be nice to finally be able to do that. I'll definitely check it out, and try to sign up soon. I just feel I should get a little more established around here first, since my account's only a few days old. Unless that doesn't matter, haha.
I see whay you would think that, but ours is different. Ours is LoTD, and the lord of the rings is probably like this, lotd, or LOTD. See so it is different in my mind.
Well you can ask to sign up, then they say that you are, but before you become a full member you would have to wait until after 100 posts.
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Friendship is like peeing on yourself: everyone can see it, but only you get the warm feeling that it brings.
But Stonebreaker, if you were to accurately do a speficic acronym name, you don't capitalize words like of and the. Since Legion of the Damned is like so, it would be more accurate to have it appear as LotD.
But either way, I know it has nothing to do with LotR. I'm just saying whenever I see that acronym for your guild, I immediately think that in my head.