I am D5a5n5i5e5l5. I have had many accounts, the majority of which were created in late 2004 and early 2005. D5a5n5i5e5l5 was one of such accounts, and it was created before the Christmas release of the Yo-Yo, but unfortunately I wasn't playing it at that point. I did, however, manage to get the rubber chicken and all subsequent events.I was pretty much your average noob in mith at the time I created D5. I played on a different account which was essentially my combat one. I played on D5 for maybe one hour a week, if that, so it didn't progress very fast. I also didn't intend to use D5 as a skiller, it was originally more of a quester. I did get multiple combat levels from that, as well as some combat levels from deciding to get 10 defense for black armor. After that period of time, I was using D5 more and was level 12. I decided to get membership on D5, which I am now very glad I did. I enjoyed training the member skills, and the fast levels were a blast. I also enjoyed being a level 12 with a rubber chicken and a few higher levels. After awhile of this, I made a G&a on the RS official forums. Unfortunately, my small amount of popularity and my weak password making skills resulted in me getting hacked. I had a conversation with the person, and according to him he was angry because he got banned on another account. He trained my account up to level 16, to my dismay at the time. I was quite upset, but luckily my bank pin had kept my items safe, although my friends list had been deleted and I lost about 1m in items that I was wearing or were in my inventory. I am no longer so upset about having been hacked. I realized that it doesn't really matter what level you are; anyone can be a skiller. Being level 16 just made me a bit more unique, and even though sometimes I wish I could have achieved something cool with the combat levels (E.G. lowest level to do a quest) I have 103 quest points, seven level 99 skills, and 101M total experience. My favorite skills are fishing and farming.
I am Daniel. I am a 14 year old male who wears glasses most of the time, though I wear contacts during sports. I have dirty blond hair (Almost brown) and light blue eyes which look gray in pictures. I am about 5’7” tall. My favorite thing to wear would probably be jeans (preferably dark blue or black) and a t-shirt or hoodie. I often say weird things, but that's just a part of who I am. I am somewhat shy in real life until I get to know the person better, but I'm much less shy online and I’m always willing to talk to anyone. If you had to put me in one group out of Nerd or Jock, I’d be a nerd. I love Science, Art and almost all my other classes. I love learning and I think it’s important to be educated. I always try and spell with proper grammar, which I originally started doing because I realized that if I tried harder to spell correctly, use proper grammar and follow the rules of spelling I was less likely to make mistakes on more important things. I like to play soccer, and I play it in the summer and the winter. I am a very outspoken atheist. There are many different degrees of religion, some I agree with, and some I strongly disagree with. I think Christianity is, as a whole, a negative influence on humanity. I believe religion generally has stunted our growth as a species. I like playing video games which involve using your brain as well as reflexes, not just constant murder. My favorite video game would be The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time, which I got for my 3rd birthday (I love the rest of the Zelda series too) PM me if you want to see a RL pic, and I’ll decide if I want to give it to you or not..
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Update: January 25th 2010
First off: Yay, 2010!
I was writing /09 for the first two weeks - but I think I've got the whole "/10" thing down by now. :>
I just realized I haven't updated this in awhile, and I'm sorry. I quit RS about 5 months ago, but I really don't want to let this thread die.. just in case.
The reason I keep bumping it is both that I'm afraid it'll be locked/deleted if I don't keep it near the front, and that I've been bumping this for so long it's a hard habit to break. ;)
Also: Christmas! I haven't updated this with Christmas business yet, so here ya go.
This is what I can remember recieving. I may have gotten a few smaller things and forgotten them. D:
Wireless Xbox 360 controller (Mainly for use with the computer, such as emulators)
Netbook Carrying Case
60$ Chapters (Book store) gift card
T-Shirts (Like 7 xD)
National Geographic Subscription and Scientific American
An assortment of random small stuff like pens
Legend of Zelda, Spirit Tracks (For DS)
Wireless mouse (For netbook)
..and a bunch of sugar filled junk food :>
Along with paying some debt to my parents, I also bought a nice wireless keyboard/mouse combo for $35. Pretty good deal if you ask me.
Also in the picture are the books I got with $50 from my $60 gift card.
A few days ago I was trying to find CD cases to put in my desk (Looks funny having an empty CD holder. D:) when I found a bunch of really old CD backups. Most of them were from the early 2000s. On them, I found a lot of files that were on one of my older computers, and I actually learned a lot - I guess my memory isn't so good if I managed to forget so much. D:
Among the files were a bunch of RS related things. Interesting related fact: I didn't actually remember exactly when my account(s) w/as/ere created. Seeing as I couldn't remember, I estimated based on the holiday items that were on the account.
It seems I was interested in RS a whole lot earlier than I thought, because I found a folder filled with an image set I downloaded from Jagex (RS related art).. from 2002. Now, I always thought I had started RS in 2004, but obviously if I was downloading RS related images I probably was playing RS... 2 years earlier than I thought.
If you're a quick ickle mather, you'd realize that this meant I started RS when I was 6. Pretty young, but wait till you hear the rest.
As you've probably noticed from my oversized section dedicated to the Legend of Zelda, I am a huge Zelda fan. I knew I'd been a fan of the series for a long time - but I didn't think I had actually been really interested in it as long as I found out from these files.
Similarly to the RS thing, I found I'd either downloaded (or had someone download for me) a pack of Zelda music.. when I was 4. (4 for 2 months, I believe)
Anyway, aside from that, I found a list of really old RS accounts I had created. I logged into a bunch and took screenies of some of the older login dates.
Yes, an animation. Can you believe it? ME, creating a pointless animation. :>
That's all for now folks. Baaaaeee everybody!
(Bye Dr. Nick :>)
Update: November 21st 2009
After several months of longing after one, I've finally got myself a netbook! :D
(A netbook, for those of you who have been asleep since late 2007, is essentially a small laptop. Their main focus is on internet access and cloud computing, so they don't have heavy processors or an internal optical drive. Generally, they have about a 10" screen, a 150 GB HD, 1 GB of ram and Windows XP (Or more recently, Windows 7 Starter for an additional 30$))
I chose the HP Mini 110 (In black) because it's sleek, with a good price, reasonably good hardware, and the best netbook keyboard available.
It looks kind of bad there, with all the most minute finger prints being magnified and my camera having some weird flash issues. Ignoring that.. hawt, amirite?
HP Mini 110-1108CA
- 1 GB ram (May upgrade to 2gb later)
- 1.6 GHZ Intel Atom Processor
- 160 gb HD
- Windows 7 Ultimate (Upgraded from Windows 7 Starter, which restricts you like crazy. Microsoft says all versions of Win7 have the same system reqs, and Ultimate seems to work fine, so why not?)
- 6 cell battery (This juts out a bit like a tumor, but it works as a laptop stand, and it's at a good angle for typing. It looks a bit funny, but double the battery life is totally worth it)
Most people say you won't be able to run games or MS office on it, but that's not true. My netbook can easily run Microsoft Office 2007, as well as most games released several years ago (and most browser games!)
Several games I've tried have been Warcraft III Reign of Chaos and Frozen Throne, both of which work fine with slightly lowered video settings. I played around a bit, but it's hard to play with the touchpad, so I'll wait for my new mouse before attempting more play of it. It can also emulate Nintendo 64 games using the emulator Project 64 (And others such as 1964, I assume) I tried Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and it played perfectly, although there were some very minor audio sync problems. I also got GTA Vice City so I could see if it ran on it, and it did. It worked fine, and I ended up playing it until the remainder of the battery died. XD
The Nebook's background/desktop/wallpaper:
While I was taking a picture of my netbook, I figured I'd take a pic of my desk and the comp-ish stuff sitting on it. I didn't include my Nintendo DS or my Canon powershot, but they're both in the drawer of my desk. :>
It's a bit messier than usual in this pic because I had recently re-arranged everything to get the nebook situated, but it's still not too bad.
(And yes, the Peacefull Forums are open in multiple places in both pics xD)
The setup works for me. I love the secondary monitor, and I mostly use it for browsing the internet and watching movies, while the original monitor on the right I leave open with smaller windows such as Foobar 2000, uTorrent or many windows explorer windows as I rearrange my files again and again. :>
I got the desktop in this picture on February 22nd 2007. It originally cost me about $1160.
Just thought I'd write about my computer-ey stuff since I can write a lot about it. Hope you enjoyed reading it. :}
Edited by D5a5n5i5e5l5, 31 August 2010 - 7:20 PM.