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Nescent

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About Nescent

Year 12
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    Rahi Wrangler
  • Birthday 01/24/1996

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Not Florida
  • Interests
    Producing music, drawing, writing, and Bionicle!

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    Here are some of my favorite artists.
    -Liquid Stranger
    -Late Night Alumni
    -Vaski
    -Datsik
    -Deadmau5
    -Skream
    -Downlink
    -Rise Against
    -La Roux
    -Evanescence

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    Favorite YouTube channels:
    -RedLetterMedia
    -H3H3/Ethan & Hila
    -/r/deepintoyoutube

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    Games I enjoy:
    -Diablo 3
    -The Elder Scrolls
    -Minecraft
    -Dead Space
    I play lots of video games, but those are the big four.

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    I watch a lot of TV. I enjoy anything that makes me laugh or cry, my favorite shows include...
    -Futurama
    -The Office
    -Friends
    -LOST
    -Star Trek
    -It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    -Scrubs
    -Breaking Bad
    -Trailer Park Boys

Contact Methods

  • Flickr
    See Music
  • Website URL
    http://soundcloud.com/nascentmusic
  • LEGO.com Account
    Jeordeon

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  1. My very first set was 2001 Tahu Mata. I can clearly remember taking him apart and seeing what I could build with the parts. My family left the country in '04 so I was not able to continue collecting the sets during the Metru era. But immediately when we came back to the States, I started buying them again, and my first set was 2006 Hewkii Inika. Both sets have a special place in my heart as my first Bionicle sets.
  2. It's a Barraki car. Unbelievable. Excellent MOC!
  3. The only things that physically make my collection unique are a misprint Tridax Pod that came with Hero Factory's Von Nebula (the parts in my set were clear plastic instead of black), and my signed Lord of Skull Spiders box from The Battle of the Gold Masks. Sentimentally, however, my collection feels special to me because it was a growing part of me that I carried for so many years of my childhood and even young adulthood. Right now I have all my parts haphazardly stored in the trunk of my car since there's no space in the house, even though I haven't touched them in many years and may never have time for them again. I guess what makes my collection special is the many, many memories that are stored in it. "Skate over to mcdonalds.com for cool snowball throwing action" I wonder if there was a unique Happy Meal Online Game I never heard of? It sounds intense.
  4. I've been playing through The Witcher games and this looks like a Bionicle version of a Scoia'tael. I love it! You did a really good job giving him boots & hands.
  5. Nescent

    Engaged!

    Congratulations!!! Marriage is such a beautiful and courageous commitment, and I am excited for the two of you. You look very happy together. A LEGOLAND wedding is a totally awesome idea!
  6. I agree with your sentiment about the 2004 sets; I never really liked their aesthetic. The Toa Metru were cool, and I liked the recolors of the Turaga masks on the Matoran, but the Matoran build was awful (especially those dainty limbs) and I don't like the Vahki or the Titan sets at all. 2005 was also a poor year set-wise, although the Titans that year were much better (Sidorak & Keetongu are both 10/10). Good one. I remember being unimpressed with Kongu Mahri just from his pictures. The Mahri were one of my favorite series of Toa but Kongu was really phoned-in.
  7. Liquid Stranger: The Invisible Conquest.
  8. Those are amazing!!! I've never seen this done well, but yours look perfect. The photo of the Toa Nuva shows too much of the surroundings, but the rest give away the perfect amount. The Gahlok are my favorite picture; they look like they're stalking the camera, and are very much posed like the classic Bohrok.
  9. Next Time (feat. egodeath & lil crow) by lilcrow1 & 808egodeath.
  10. Nescent

    Anxiety

    I know that voice like an old friend... "I have found that even though it drowns out other voices... there are some it cannot drown out, once you listen to them. Another, more confident voice, strengthened by the support of friends; emboldened by the knowledge of what one is capable of; and actualised by the desire to finally get rid of it." That is a wonderful perspective, and a good reminder for me. Stay strong, Mr Timid.
  11. Aanchir, that is amazing. Congratulations, ma'am!
  12. "Happy With U" by Eli Way & Ian Ewing ft. Naji.
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