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Storm watchin’ April 3, 2006

Posted by eric22222 in General.

Currently listening to: “Open My Eyes” by Inhabited

Last night was awesome! A huge storm was heading our way: lightning, tornado, the works. We all stood on the front porch for a bit, and then the rain just clicked on. The wind picked up pretty quickly, and we started getting a bit wet, even under the canopy. I would compare it to being behind a waterfall. The lightning came next. There were some pretty good streaks, but most were out of view. We broke into a few songs, too. “Master the Tempest is Raging” was the only one I remember, and probably the most aptly timed. By the time we got to the end of the song, the winds died down and the lightning had stopped. Being left with just rain, we headed back inside out of boredom.

I’ve been fiddling with another piece of software I got: an RPG creation program. Looking through it, it’s incredibly in depth. You can do so much with it. The cool thing is that it has so much in stock already. It has a tileset for pretty much every cliche’ RPG area you could imagine: fields, mountains, volcanoes, deserts, mines, castles, churches, ice caves, etc. Each one also has a matching battle background. It comes with a ton of music, too. I’m going to try and see if I can make a CSC RPG. See if that gets anywhere. If not, I’ll just move on.

My professor didn’t show up in class today, so I left after working for two hours. When I got back to the CSC, I played some Super Smash Bros. with Matt and Chip. I completely destroyed them, of course. I mean, it’s a video game.

I guess that’s enough for now. Talk to ya’ll later!



1. Tammy - April 5, 2006

I’m really glad you liked the storm. We had some storms here lately. See my blog for more details! Yep, I put in a plug for me.

2. The Matt Luc - April 5, 2006

Although you have smashed me repeatedly in that game I think that you should give props to me out KOing Chip during our epic battle. Also, if you need any help on scripting, just ask and I’ll see what I can do. The system is already very in-depth, but you can do almost anything with it if you use scripting.–>

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