Narangren TirthallionLonelywood, Icewind Dale, United States
I am a person who likes chess, RPGs, science, and games of all kinds. I love to go camping and help people. I am very fond of the King's Pawn Opening: King's Head Opening. I am on Lichess as Potato50012 and D&D Wiki, Forgotten Realms Wiki, Wikipedia, Scratch, and Discord as Rorix the White. I am a Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
I will not be on over the summer, as I will have no internet connection.
I am also a HAM Radio operator with a Technician License (callsign KD2RPO), a BSA certified Lifeguard, a Leave No Trace Trainer, and a Life Scout.
I do do a Chess.com blog, most of it is my Tutorial Series, where I explain how to do things on Chess.com (if you want to know, just ask!) and polls of my friends. If anyone has a topic they want me to blog, just leave me a note, or PM me! I am open to all suggestions.
Best clubs: D&D Players, NARWHALs (and subclubs), The Chess Vikings, Patzer Chess Club, and Latter-Day Saint Chess Friends.
Please subscribe to the NARWHALs Chess Club YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsuVJcMGRQDthHslamqxYQA
My best friends on Chess.com are:
9. @Allegedbox (aka @BoboTheFlyingBox)
Your alignment is chaotic good. You believe in the importance of putting the interests of your fellow being before your own, but cannot stand to be forced to conform to another's laws or ideals. You usually act on what your heart tells you to do, rather than what the authorities tell you. You don't believe that anyone has the right to repress another being for any reason, and probably value personal freedom above all else. You concern yourself with the difference you can make here and now, and if someone doesn't like how you get things done, that's their problem. Chaotic goods often make excellent rebels and folk heroes. Most chaotic good adventurers die rebelling against authoritarian forces of evil. In the afterlife, you will probably spend eternity revelling in the beauteous lands of Arborea, experiencing an endlessly unpredictable cycle of joy and sorrow. Stronger souls may carve out their own lands within the plane, places of endless feasts and frivolity. http://www.angelfire.com/rpg/annwn/Alignment_Test.html
Your 500 Point Nerdity Purity Test Results
You answered "yes" to 356 of 500 questions, making you 28.8% nerd pure; that is, you are 28.8% pure in the nerd domain (you have 71.2% nerd in you). According to the scoring guide, your nerd experience level is: Donald Knuth and E. Gary Gygax are your heroes.Your Weirdness Factor (AKA Uniqueness Factor) is 41%, based on a comparison of your test results with 52554 other submissions for this test. The average purity for this test is 63.4%. The highest and lowest reported scores were 15% nerd to 83% nerd.
-Third Person: Responds in the third person to foolish posts.
-Asterisks: Uses asterisks instead of apostrophes.
-Dictionary: Creates their own terms to add to the dictionary they keep on their profile.
-Nevermind: Posts **Minding the never** when told to **never mind**.
-Dropping It: When told to drop an issue, posts **Dropping the issue. Oops, it broke.**
- Roniltator Syndrome: The condition where one suddenly starts acting as if the club notes are for only 100% on topic posts, and begins to alienate some of their friends with autocratic rulership.
-Werewolf2 Disease: The condition where a member (usually applied to an SA or admin) becomes increasingly less active, starting slowly at first, and then quickly becoming total inactivity.
-Flying Cat Condition: The condition where one closes accounts (or they are closed by the site) and makes new ones repeatedly to get away from the problems associated with the old one, but it does not work.
-Tu Treatment: The situation where one repeatedly looks for fights and gets themself muted repeatedly, also refers to when one steals other people*s signature actions.
-Signature Action: Something that a user does a lot, that is unusual, and often their own idea. Must be a semi-common occurrence at the least.
-Daniel Disposition: Being fun-loving and quick to laugh, but somehow still too serious.
-Sheep Situation: When one user or club seems to somehow pop up almost everywhere you go.
-Rapchess Reactions: When an admin or SA is barely noticeable for a while, and then suddenly is everywhere. Often shows back up in the middle of conflicts.
-Curse of the Potato: The situation where a member is an admin in many clubs, and would be an SA in a number of them if they were a Premium Member.
P.S. I lost The Game!
P.P.S. I cannot play Live Chess due to connection problems.
P.P.P.S. If you want to friend me, and I do not already know you, I will require a reason, else I will not accept.
P.P.P.P.S. I am trying to reduce my number of Daily Games so that I do not time out in a bunch this summer. If you want to challenge me, longer times are preferable, in case the game is not done by summer (I will move almost every day anyway).
P.P.P.P.P.S. If you read this far, thanks for reading.
P.P.P.P.P.P.S. Why did you read this far? Nothing better to do?
P.P.P.P.P.P.P.S. I know that*s why I wrote this much!