User:Marc J.

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The Man Behind The Computer Screen

First things first, my name is Marc Johnson and I live in Northern Virginia/D.C. Metro Area.

The name of my Battlemaster Family is the Keithson Family. (No, you probably haven't heard of it. I tend to play under the radar... usually)

Marc Johnson
Home Country
USA (Northern Virginia)
  Game Family
(Wiki Page)

Battlemaster & Me

I came upon this game in early 2004, (My player ID is under 5,000, thank you very much!) while searching for a new online game to take the place of a MMORPG.

I created my account and put my first character in Itorunt. Seemed like as good a place as any, so I logged out and went back to reading the Manual. When I logged back in, I saw someone had sent me a message! It was in response to my first message!

And the rest, as they say, is history...

About Me (Besides Battlemaster)

I've started community college with an eye on a A.A. in History.

BattleMaster is one of the few games to combine many of my passions; History, Politics, Business, Drama, into something easy and fun to play.

(Speaking of that, if you're interested in politics or history, feel free to send me an in-game message about either of them. Or, if you're from a foriegn country and would like to learn about America in general or American history, I'll try my best to be a good tour guide. ;) I'm going to be a teacher, so its good expirence for me)

Since my 2-year degree is taking 5 years, I have no idea when I'll be graduating... hopefully before I'm married.


Character Template - Status: Done!
Character Template Help - Status: Done!
Character Template Help [Examples] - Status: Done!
Family Members, Comparison - Status: Done!
Welcome Template - Status: Done, but could use more work
Sandbox - My own personal Sandbox
Luz Capital Debate - As complete a record of the debate about capital movements on Beluaterra as possible. For anyone interested... [As of 10/10/2006]
Luz Capital Debate2 - Second page, as the first was getting too large.