"…A 6 foot tall young man, looking at least in his late 20s-early 30s. He has about waist length blonde hair, striking light blue eyes and a long grey headband tied loosely around his forehead to keep his hair out of his eyes. A simple looking leather whip is coiled at his hip. He wears a forest-green muscle shirt, thick padded grey fighting gloves (thanks to his skills as a common street boxer) and tan loose fitting pants, as well as black kung fu shoes. The last thing we notice about him…is that he's standing on the shoulder of a silver and yellow, absolutely immense robot, who calmly holds a massive autocannon in both of it's massive hands. The print across the shoulder of the robot reads [[S A V I O R]]."

Hey there. My name's Will. I'm 18 years old and I live in Bend, Oregon, as I have my entire life. The clowns that play Anime Planet with me, as well as you, Constant Reader, know me as Tanthalas. I've been with AP off and on for a couple of years, logging more often the less of a life I have (which my graduating from high school has contributed to). I'm a pretty nice guy and know my way around AP, at least the old areas anyway. If you have an issue with AP you need addressed, I could care less. I'm not an Immortal, go bother them. If you need a buddy to talk to or just flick shit at, I'm totally here for that. I'll be around, leveling quietly and every so often snapping at the playerbase. I'm also into roleplaying on AP more these days.

I love music, pro wrestling, sports, TV, movies, people and books. I consider myself pretty outgoing and really sarcastic when I want to be. If you think The Boondock Saints is a terrible movie, you are dead to me. What I do for a living…for right now I am a volunteer at my local Boys and Girls Club, which I've been a member of for 10 years. I'm volunteering because I eventually want to work there as a Staff member and maybe even more than that if I'm lucky, considering I think the Boys and Girls Club is a wonderful organization. I am also hopelessly in love with a girl named Michelle Maiya, who though she is halfway across the world now, living with family in Japan is still in my heart (and I'm in hers) even after a relationship that lasted six incredible months came to an unfortunate and really painful end. If any of you in your travels find her, tell her you're a friend of mine. Tell her I love her and that I miss her.

Anyway, that's enough from me. See you on the MUD.


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