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  • Crasian


    Crasian's Beginnings

    Some lazy fuck out of Alabama starts this magic thing that some guy gave him (after he had to spend 900 USD, mind) and was instantly frightened by the loud noises and bright flashes of this mystical box. This thing was later called a television, which his parents bought because he wasn't born at the time, and it consumed all of little-Crasian's time. He spent a lot of time playing another, much smaller box (then called a NES), and was rather pathetic at playing games. His brothers and sisters had already moved out of the house by the time he was four. This event scarred him for life and he does nothing except studying and gaming, because he's a fucking idiot.

    Gaming History

    Crasian, at the age of four, with his parents feeling pangs of regret that their son did nothing but smash his head into shit all day long decided that he needed a new playtoy, even though he had chewed through some of the wiring for the NES. He was given an N64 for Christmas and a copy of Super Mario 64. All of it went downhill from there.

    His parents spent $1200 for a top-of-the-line computer with 256MB of RAM, 512 on the over-clocked processor, a 64MB video card, and a giant fucking box to boot. At this time, the younger of the two older sisters had married. Crasian's brother-in-law, offering some new, FREE games to the Crasian household brought them in and ripped the games straight to the computer. Before Crasian was all that interested in the computer, he was playing Golden Eye on the 64, and was balls-horrible at the game. He was enticed to try the computer games and was instantly hooked by throwing people into space and watching them explode when they were hit with Flak Cannons.

    Crasian had accidently delved into the world of Rated-M First Person Shooters and was having a blast. He started through the campaign on UTC and finished it on all difficulties by the time he was seven and held a great record for wins/losses and kills/deaths. He was immediately picked up by his brother-in-law to play at a small-time LAN (why he did this, I have no fucking clue). The team made it to the finals and was beaten 10-0. Crasian lost interest after this LAN, primarily from all the yelling and screaming and ass-rape, and went back to his beloved N64, with the name "Killer" (original, ain't it?) dropping from the interwebz. He played the ever-loving shit out of his N64 and stayed that way until he turned 13.

    At the age of 13, his ACTUAL brother bought him a PS2. He loved this thing deeply and played it until the console actually was near the end of its life-span. Instead of going to buy a new PS2 (those weird slim things), he heard the announcement of the PS3 and started saving his money two years before the PS3 came out. He bought his PS3 and purchased Call of Duty 3 and Resistance, his first two on-line experiences on a console and the first time in about seven years. He played through with these games for another two years. His parents finally bought a new computer, because the old one had exploded internally and had to be replaced. Another top-of-the-line computer was purchased in 2008.

    To be continued...