Hello everyone, long time no see!...eh, what's with the confused looks on your faces? Oh, right, I was here two years ago, and only for a few weeks if I remember. My apologies, I tend to have an obsessive mind, ya never know when I'll just disappear because of some shiny coin on the ground.
Anyways, my user name is Tenchi, taken from the anime Tenchi Muyo. If I recall, it means heaven? To be clear here, I'm not a fluent Japanese speaker, though I'm nearing the end of my second semester in Japanese class. Course, I'm not as bad as I was two years ago, just remembering words I'd heard in anime... haha, looking at one of my posts I wrote 本当に for すごい, not sure if that Kanji is correct, admittedly I probably googled translated it. Kanji is going to be one of the most difficult things to read fluently in the end I'm sure, not entirely sure I can imagine reading writing mixed with Kanji and Kana as fast as writing in Romaji.
I love watching anime when I can, Clannad/After Story is and probably will be for at least quite a while my favorite anime and game, though most of the other animes on my top ten list tend to be action-packed, like Gurren Lagann or One Piece. As far as video games are concerned, though, I've enjoyed most and spent the most time playing Minecraft and Terraria, the latter to an extent that I probably won't be able to look at it without feeling sick for at least a few decades.
As for what I do, I'm a programmer at heart, though not really all that good at hardware... taking a class to prepare for the A+ certification ATM. But if anyone has any software issues or, er, needs a program to calculate PI or something, that would be my expertise, heh. Though my favorite thing to do is program games, even though I admittedly I don't really finish most that I start. I made a game for the Ludum Dare back in December (http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-da ... &uid=18923
, under the name DaGamesta, I know), not sure if I'll be participating in Ludum Dare 26 or not yet.
But I digress, if anyone does remember me it's probably for being long winded.
Basically, I've come here to introduce myself and talk about anime, or, well, whatever ends up being the conversation. And I'm done introducing myself.