what where you like in your early forum days?

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by stubby » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:20 am

Hmm, I hadn't thought of doing patches. I wonder how those work, if they need vector files for embroidery or what
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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Insert_blank » Fri Sep 09, 2016 5:28 pm

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When will Brikwars patches be a thing? Wanna stitch them on my denim vest.
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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by piltogg » Fri Oct 14, 2016 8:55 am

In Mikes defense, there are two reasons that it's taking so long:
1. Many real world obligations
2. The rulebook is professional quality (or better). Formatting all that shit takes forever, all those illustrations take many many hours to create, making all the tables look consistent is a challenge, writing all the rules in a clearly understandable and coherent and entertaining way is also pretty difficult. Dude should be monetizing the fuck out of that shit when its done. Could at least sell it at the Brikmania store in mall of America with all the other LEGO offshoot products. I have his email if you want it.


As for my own early forum days, in 2008 I was 15. I think I discovered Brikwars at 13 and checked the mainpage for updates like every week and thats pretty much when the forums started. Anyway; my spelling/grammar was really bad the , not even because I was bad at either of those things, just because I was too lazy and didn't care enough to proofread. I had a huge ego the. and I still have one now: but Im more self aware of it now, and try not to annoy people with it. General maturity boost: I cring if I read things that 15 or 16 year old me literally said. My lego building, photo taking, post writing, and content creating skillss are all much better now.

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Vami IV » Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:02 pm

Started watching Chunnibyou, came back to thread.

Can confirm I contracted chunibyo as an adolescent. The realization that I wasn't a special snowflake hit me kinda hard and gave me my first major bout of depression in years (this was about 2-3 years ago). I can no longer cringe at my old posts because they are gone, either by Overlution or by censorship.

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Overwatch_Elite » Sat Oct 15, 2016 11:37 pm

consdering you're coming into an old thread to talk about how you self diagnosed yourself with a japanese illness i think you're still good

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Vami IV » Sun Oct 16, 2016 1:07 am

Overwatch_Elite wrote:consdering you're coming into an old thread to talk about how you self diagnosed yourself with a japanese illness i think you're still good
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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by dilanski » Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:23 am

Vami IV wrote:The realization that I wasn't a special snowflake hit me kinda hard and gave me my first major bout of depression in years (this was about 2-3 years ago).
I think America has a name for that illness as well, it's called being a millennial.
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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by samuelzz10 » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:17 pm

What was I like in my early forum days?

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Vami IV » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:20 pm

dilanski wrote:
Vami IV wrote:The realization that I wasn't a special snowflake hit me kinda hard and gave me my first major bout of depression in years (this was about 2-3 years ago).
I think America has a name for that illness as well, it's called being a millennial.
Millennials (I cannot remember the 90's best one years of my life) are a whole other barrel of retards

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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Robot Monkey » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:35 pm

I was a shitposter way back in the day, still am on Reddit.

I think everyone starts out as an unintentional shitposter, though.
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Re: what where you like in your early forum days?

Post by Rev. Sylvanus » Fri Oct 21, 2016 8:07 pm

Though I played BW in high school with my younger brother, I did not become an active forum member until adult years and grad school (2010-2013). I guess I was quite intimidated and timid at first, having little by way of army size or MOC skill. I gladly found a niche in medieval battle reports. My building skills may have marginally improved since then, but I think my forum mannerisms are much the same as they've always been.
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