Escalus
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Escalus

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Eat the spaghetti to forghetti your regretti. Dec 13, 2015

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    1. Escalus
      Escalus
      Eat the spaghetti to forghetti your regretti.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 23
    Hello there, ol' buddy, ol' pal! Or, maybe new pal. I don't know. Anyways, welcome to the realm of complete and utter sin.

    Or, maybe more like udder sin, like a cow.

    Come on, friends, this is some top-class humor!

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    Anyways, I'm an aspiring game developer with those sparkly, anime eyes. I don't even like anime, and I still have those.

    The game I'm developing right now is NecroTricks Tournament (possible name change warning). It's a quirky RPG game with dorky characters, a deep story (I at least hope it is. Hey, at least I'm honest.), and subtext for ableism. Don't forget your sprinkling (more like sprinkle avalanche) of characters that are mogii, neurodivergent, and with a range of different body types. Isn't thatsome cool beans?

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    My game has developed into my special interest over the time I've been fine-tuning it (it was created on December 23rd, 2014. I have some proof too!). Hilariously, it was birthed from the downfall of a terrible fanfiction. From the ashes rose a glimmer of hope. [Insert some dramatic babble here.]

    Anyways, I hope you'd be interested in hearing about my game! I love to ramble on and on about it.

    ~Ta-Ta!
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