My grandfather worked for the Air Force in the 60's. He was helping build a brand new thing called programming languages (specifically COBOL, for you fellow old-timers.) One spring day he took my 8 year old self onto Wright-Patterson AFB and taught me octal. For two weeks after, I made my teachers specify the base for their arithmetic problems...
But Grandpa John knew what he was doing. He hooked me completely on computers and programming. And what an exciting time it was to get into that field! I slung code and managed small groups until a buddy started a small ISP. I quit my safe, salaried position to join him. That started an eventful and rough-and-tumble trip through the innards of the Internet boom.
But then I decided to have a little fun. I bailed on programming and technical management in 2003, and bought a brick and mortar game store. I built diverse communities of gamers there until I sold the place in the summer of 2018. (Warhammer, Warmachine/Hordes, or Magic: The Gathering, anyone? ...Better bring your A game!)
I am a relative newcomer to Tribal Wars 2, but I see a strong, deep game with a veteran player base. I am looking forward to being part of this community!
CaptC (call me Cap)
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