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DarthMojo

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About DarthMojo

  • Rank
    L3: Novice

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    =F|A=DarthMojo#4053
  • Occupation
    Jedi/Tech Support.

Profile Information

  • Alias
    =F|A=DarthMojo
  • Admin
    11
  • Server
    Beginners #2
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Coffee, movies, the outdoors, Star Wars. Battlestar Galactica.
  • Location
    Hoth System

Notes

  • T-M
    ET: 1-0

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  1. My nickname from when I was a kid was Mojo. Darth is for the love of Star Wars as a kid, so I became a sith lord, DarthMojo...lol My original gamer tag when I started playing ET in the early 2000's was =XD=DarthMojo, I had been part of a clan out of Canada, not sure they are around anymore but that is what I kept.
  2. Thank you. My mom recovered and has been cancer free since 2008. It was a dark time but there was light, the tattoo reminds me of the light. Peace.
  3. This was the first tattoo I got. I did if after my mom got sick with cancer back in 2007. is a Japanese Buddhist term for awakening, "comprehension; understanding". It is derived from the Japanese verb satoru. In the Zen Buddhist tradition, satori refers to the experience of kenshō, "seeing into one's true nature".
  4. Welcome and thanks for stopping by! Hope to you see around on Beg2 server as well, it is a fun place to play. Peace.
  5. One of my brother's best friends rehabs old systems and I think the NES I have now is one of those so I've had no issues. The original one I had I think I may have traded in when I got a XBOX but I still kept a lot of the original games. Zelda, Super Tecmo Bowl, Contra, Duck Hunt...lol some of my faves...lol
  6. It was my first game system. I went from the Atari 2600, NES which is my favorite system all time, Sega Genesis, and XBOX. I hardly play my XBOX and still have my NES plugged into my tv to relive my youth...lol
  7. I still remember the day my parents bought my brother and I an Atari 2600 console. It was the most amazing thing I ever saw. .
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