MonkeyEmperor
john turner   Reading, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
 
 
I have been a gaming fan since the days of the ZX80. Now THAT is old skool !
My favourite genres are RPGs, Strategy, MMOs, Platformers and Sandbox games.

I am really into the experimental Alpha 16 of 7 days to die at present in between designing more clothing for the Sims 3 :)



Find out which games I like at : http://steamcommunity.com/groups/MonkeysTopBananas

Currently In-Game
The Forest
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Group chat for the "Stories From The Apocalypse" 7 days to die server
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31 hrs on record
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last played on Nov 12
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last played on Nov 8
Darkstorn. Feb 17 @ 12:58pm 
Now let me explain. Not to sound cliché, but "in the beginning," there was Religion. The basic principle behind Erathian Religion is that if you properly follow all the rituals, that which you ask for shall be granted. This belief holds true even today. But centuries ago, those who dabbled in the mystical arts changed the basic precepts of Religion. Living high in the southern mountains, they became the first Wizards, using rituals of magic not to ask for reward, but to create it themselves.
Darkstorn. Feb 17 @ 12:53pm 
The origins of Necromancy can be traced back to the time of the Silence, though not as directly as you might imagine. The art of Necromancy is a spin-off, really, of Alchemy, which in itself is a spin-off of Wizardry, which is a spin-off of, of all things,
Religion.
Darkstorn. Feb 14 @ 12:39pm 
Archibald is one of the two sons of King Morglin Ironfist. After Morglin's passing, Archibald was quick to seize the throne, accusing Roland of murdering the royal seers. Archibald had himself proclaimed king the next day, and has ruled ever since... with an iron fist, naturally.
Darkstorn. Feb 9 @ 9:22am 
Discontinuous existence is of absolute presence, and yet the sole reason for any ambition.
Darkstorn. Feb 8 @ 11:22pm 
“did she love you?
only as an extension of herself.
what else can love be?
the common sense to care very much for something very good. it needn't be related by bloodline. it can be a red beachball or a piece of buttered toast.”
The trap trapper Jul 7, 2017 @ 8:26am 
love ya