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Hiya. I'm Scumbag.

The Name

Really, it's a long and boring story. I was playing a game with some friends, and I always quit when I was about to lose. Well, eventually they came up with the idea of calling me Scumbag to get me to stop quitting. As I got better at the game, I finally didn't have to quit, because I didn't lose.

When they told me that my 'punishment' was over, I shrugged my shoulders and told them that I didn't care if they called me that. The word 'scumbag' and the title of 'Scumbag' were different.

I have close, long-term friends that either don't know my real name, or have to think for a considerable time to remember it. If we were to Elder Scrolls-ize it, the title of Scumbag is my own personal Grey Cowl, pre-Thieves Guild curse-breaking. I've donned the Title, and I am known by the Title.

TES-Related Quirks

  • As with most gamers (you know, all the ones that don't spend their days on the internet), I play roleplaying games primarilly as a direct combat character. My characters, however, always have alchemy as a primary skill.
  • Because of the above, I feel most of the levelling issues some fans have to be completely and utterly baseless. If you're playing a character that can't handle the scaling, you're playing a character that didn't level up his/her direct combat skills to match the enemies. This is why I will not use OOO, but also because it's a Mod Dump - a mod that includes too much random crap to be of any use to anyone.
  • Despite the above, I do use Adventurers: Oblivion [1]. I don't like some parts in it - armors above Dwemer not being around, crappy-ass potions - but it's a lot better than OOO will ever be.

What I'll edit

Honestly, likely little. But who knows?

More to come. If I'm bored.


Cuz putting this stuff on Wikipedia proper screws up the coding / printing.