Wren was first in after Brasse, but it wasn't long before Eric made his appearance as Brakk. While he was mostly behind the scenes, handling the complicated PHP (and other assorted mystery letters involved in our website), he had a lot of great ideas for stories.
He taught himself how to program websites in two weeks, from a book. While the site is now broken beyond repair, it was glorious in its youth. I would generally tune him out every time he started explaining his latest coding adventures. MY EYES, THEY GLAZED OVER!
Brakk was modeled after the old-school, original and still best Trolls in EQ. They were ever so much cooler than the new track star types. Phhhnbbbnnt!
Ahhh, multiboxing... everyone has an opinion on this! I don't really mind them any more. To each his own, as long as they are not cheatyface exploiters.
I two-boxed for a while in EQ, when being a high end Cleric only required two buttons: sit/stand, cast complete heal - I ran my rogue around and eventually collected all that glorious haze panther armor, while my cleric Bhinder patiently sat on his pony, ready to patch me up.
Later, Clerics got a WHOLE LOT MORE FUN in EQ so I traded back and forth with which character I played.
GOOD GRAVY, this was over ten years ago. More than ELEVEN! Where did the time go? I have absolutely no idea, but it took a lot of socks and pens with it. I expect these items, and my youth, to be returned immediately.
This was it, January 24, 2007. My very first official Brasse comic, at the time that Brakk, Wren and I planned to build a gaming strategy and maps site. Times change and the site became defunct in about 2009 (we never did make any money on it)... now I'm just going to repost all the old images for fun.
I entered the gaming industry proper in 2009. It has been a wonderful, awful, amazing, painful and fulfilling side, and I've learned so very much from so many wonderful colleagues and fellow players. #noregrets
This one was drawn from EQII, as anyone familiar with Fae will have guessed. ;-)#