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Re: How'd you get the name?

Post by Doctari » Tue Nov 17, 2015 12:03 pm

Awww.. I always hope that it's an homage to the ECW wrestler. :)
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Re: How'd you get the name?

Post by nightlord » Mon Nov 23, 2015 5:37 am

I remember the Blue Meanie on ECW. he was a fat guy. But last time I saw him in wrestling he lost a lot of weight and got into body building.
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Re: How'd you get the name?

Post by Dark Squishdar » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:03 pm

I started playing 40k back in 2010. A friend of mine introduced me to it and, for some reason, Dark Eldar appealed to me. I got my starter pack and was easily dispatched for the first 2 months or so. It was frustrating to say the least. For some reason marching wyches across the board didn't quite work. It got to the point where we just changed the name of the race of my army to a sub-race referred to as the Squishdar due to their complete lack of skill on the battlefield and propensity for going "squish" on the battlefield. I've used Dark Squishdar ever since.

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Re: How'd you get the name?

Post by HawtFist » Sat Nov 28, 2015 2:59 am

That's funny Squishdar.

Mine is translations into English of my middle and last names. "HotFist" however, is sometimes taken, so on a regular basis I just go for HawtFist. That said, I don't know why anyone but me would willingly take HotFist... it sounds like a hideous sex act to me. But maybe I just have a super dirty mind.
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Re: How'd you get the name?

Post by chaosfiend » Fri Jan 29, 2016 12:57 am

Around the year 2002-03, I was registering for an account to play a computer strategy game online, (the game was the original Age of Mythology). I did not want to use my email at the time, which was just a strong of my initials with some numbers, so I'd thought about some of the things I liked. YU-GI-OH was big for me at the time, and I was an avid collector, and wanted to name myself after my favorite cardset that I owned at the time, the Chess Archfiends. Sadly Archfiend, and several variations of such, was already taken, so I decided to try and think up something suitable to try and retain a similar vibe, and my 10-11 year old mind thought that 'Chaosfiend' sounded just as awesome. I'd added '01' to the end back then, but I tend to drop it now.

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