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PseudolonewolfA β Pseudolonewolf
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MelancholicPhlegmatic
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4w5 5w4 9w1  SxSo
Neutral Good

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Heterosexual
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Game Developer
Game Developer

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White
173 cm/5' 8"
63 kg/138 lbs
Skinny
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About Me

I made this website.

I used to have a rather lengthy bio on the old site, and I'll write something here eventually, when I have the time.

  Spoiler for A List of my Favourite Games:

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sirspinach
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This website is like a sanctuary. Thanks for making it.
DeeKayFTW
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Hey, Pseudo, can I ask you a question? Did Ultima Weapon killed the Lone Wolf from Oreon, according to canon of Fig Hunter universe? You know, the guy that saved the Jetek village.
Megabdi
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Wait a minute, Banned!? How did DeeKay even get banned?
Seiryuu
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By an admin or a mod. I guess with the hiding of the infractions page it's become harder to understand why people are banned now...
coreyj
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Wait...The infractions page is hidden??

I honestly don't like that development, if only because it essentially gives the mods/admins the power to do whatever they want without explanation. I know this probably won't happen on Fig Hunter, but I've had bad experiences with things like this in the past...

So, yes, I'm addressing this to the mod/admin that will probably end up reading this: Do you know why the infractions page was removed?
And why was DeeKayFTW banned?
SavageWolf
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SavageWolf 22 United Kingdom CholericMelancholic INTP 666 402C
I really am frustrated with this... It's just... Screaming that everything is corrupt without really understanding it...

Moderators HAVE the power to do whatever they want without explanation, that's their job. They can ban whoever they want without reason any time they like.

They aren't corrupt; just because you don't know why they banned someone doesn't mean they didn't have a valid reason to. The two people you have expressed LOUD CONCERNS about have both been trolling and blatantly attacking Pseudo. I don't know about you, but I think that any user who trolls anyone should be banned; trolling the admin of the site is just stupid.

As for why the infractions page is hidden... Why does it need to be visible, anyway? It just serves as a "reward" for the trolls, really. It doesn't really serve any other purpose; why should you need to know why someone was banned anyway?

I know I'm not a moderator or admin or anything, but this "down with the man" and "all authority is corrupt" mindset annoys me... Ugh...
Megabdi
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Down with the man? What are you talking about?

Just because we've become a bit suspicious about the mod's behaviour doesn't mean we think they should be taken down. That's just straight jumping the gun.

And I thought the job of the Moderators job was to maintain order and ban those who disrupt it. But your description of the Mod's jobs...
SavageWolf said:
Moderators HAVE the power to do whatever they want without explanation, that's their job. They can ban whoever they want without reason any time they like.

That is simply not true. I don't know what makes you think that mods can just ban anyone without a reason.

And as for the infractions page being hidden, shouldn't we be able to know why someone was banned to prevent suspicion like this? We all can't just assume that these members just trolled Pseudo. And even if they were, I'm starting to see why. Pseudo's becoming more of a detestable character in my eyes as the days go by.

I really don't know why you'd jump up to defend the fact that these members were banned on the assumption they trolled Pseudo. It's like defending hoodlums for making graffiti because it's assumed they just want to make art.
coreyj
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EDIT: Screw it. I tried making a reply to Savage's post, but it wasn't really worth it. I just can't right now.

In the meantime, I agree with most of what Megabdi said, save the "Pseudo's becoming more of a detestable character" part. But, right now, I just don't have the will or desire to make any responses.

Or something. I really don't have a coherent post right now...
I think.


Sorry, Pseudo, that this discussion is taking place on your page.
timtoborne
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timtoborne 19 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic ENTP 512 186C
hey, Megabdi, I agreed w/ what you said, all the way until I read, "Pseudo's becoming more of a detestable character in my eyes as the days go by." Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but detest does mean dislike, and It's kinda rude to say that you dislike the creator of the site. You can think about how much you dislike someone, but no one will care, just as long as you keep it in your head. But seriously, that was hurtful and most likely did not help all of Pseudo's developing motivation. Also, you have no idea how hard it is for me to hold in my "More Angry" personalities, err.. "comments", about your intelligence, and sexual alignment... I think I should get off now, as if I read through your very rude post again, I'll vomit. I'll edit this post later, and finish what I wanted to say.
<EDIT: Never mind, I forgot, and I think it might be covered in my other comment. -_-">
Megabdi
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Well, to be honest, Tim, telling someone that hating a person is rude is like telling someone that punching someone hurts them. It's true, but who really cares? And I barely think Pseudo would have time to read any comment let alone mine.

I have my reasons for disliking Pseudo. If he's hurt by them, then he'll either ignore me or ban me, and since the latter hasn't happened, I would gander a guess that he has ignored me.

I really don't get why you'd make this comment. O_o
It's like you're trying to scold me for disliking Pseudo, which won't change how view him, and it probably won't change his view on people like me, considering it's probably set in stone now.
timtoborne
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timtoborne 19 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic ENTP 512 186C
(I think my angry side has calmed down) I chose not to use the word, "hate", as it's a strong word, and I don't believe that you, "hate" anyone. Also, physical and Emotional feelings are two different things. Some people including myself would shrug off a simple, "I hate you" comment and move on, but we'd react "differently" to a punch, as that would hurt a lot more than someone saying they hate you.(personally, I'd punch them back) But, my point was and remains, that different people react in different ways. You need to understand that Megabdi. I don't care if someone says they don't like me, or they hate me, because you know what, I hate me too! But saying you hate, or even dislike someone, can really hurt them, because you don't know what they could be going through. And I really don't think that Pseudo needs anyone else picking at him. I'm sorry, It's just that I really hate it when people get picked on when it's obvious they don't like it, or when it's obvious they are going through some bad times.
<EDIT: Yes, I do hate things, even though I don't hate people, and man, do I need to stop saying hate>
Pearapple
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Telling somebody that his posts make you vomit is certainly a much nicer thing to say!
timtoborne
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timtoborne 19 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic ENTP 512 186C
nicer than saying you hate or dislike someone. that's for sure. also, it's only this post in particular.
Seiryuu
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While I hold nothing against the mods for hiding the infractions page, it raises a lot more questions as to why someone is banned, particularly if they're well-known on this site.
Wolf
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M  Wolf 24 Australia ESTP 629 56C
Just so we're all clear, the Infractions page isn't hidden. The Mods didn't hide it, I didn't hide it, A β Pseudolonewolf didn't hide it, it no longer exists. We are currently transferring to a new system that will hopefully be more effective and not allow people to abuse the system and get away without any ramifications.

On another note, transparency isn't mandatory here. Fighunter is A β Pseudolonewolf's website and not displaying reasons why someone is banned, or not showing you all the Mod discussion section about reports is purely up to him. Whilst you can complain, you have no inherent right to know exactly what goes on with this place and other members. (This isn't directed at anyone, it's just in general)

What you have to remember is that the Mods are here to look out for your interests. I have a vested interest in making this site as good as it can be, because Fighunter has been a part of my life for such a long time. Other Mods have similar feelings to me about Fighunter, we're not going to ban anyone who has a positive influence on this community unless we have to.

It's rather disconcerting that there are so many people who are so vocal about their concerns with this issue (because that means there are more people who aren't as vocal). Have we not shown ourselves to be worthy of trust in this respect? Just as we trust you all to do the right thing most of the time, perhaps you could reciprocate that trust in us, and accept the fact that when we ban someone it's for a good reason.
Seiryuu
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You're right, transparency isn't required, and that wasn't what I was arguing for. It was just an observation.
shark emu
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Bug Report: I noticed a code error in the comments section of one the posts. It vanished when I went back to the page a little later, but I saw it a few weeks ago as well. It appears to reference a web address (yalort/home/something else I can't recall; I neglected to copy it when I saw it) and line 11. Hopefully this isn't just my specific computer and I'm sorry if I end up wasting your time, but I thought you might want to hear about it.
Pseudolonewolf
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Things like that sometimes happen as some kind of server problem thing, outside my control. They tend to go away quickly, thankfully.
Rhaokiel
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Rhaokiel 23 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic INTP 1w9 1C
I have found the issue to occur often when not logged into an account. Here is the statement:

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And an image displaying the error: ∞ LINK ∞

If this was helpful, then you are welcome. Have a nice day ;)
Aiur
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Do you plan on uploading the MARDEK Chapter 3 soundtrack to your YouTube channel?
Fab115
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Fab115 19 Norway PhlegmaticCholeric ISTP 1C
Maybe you can make videos on YouTube, PewDiePie got his girlfriend through YouTube, it might be worth it. Make drawing tutorials maybe?
Arcanewolf13
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Hello Pseudo, i dont know if you have seen it yet, but i felt it was important enough to send a follow up on it.; I sent you a PM the other day, and i was wondering if you had read it yet, it has something very important on it, and i dont jest when i say that..
Grenburr
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TOTAL EDIT:

Hi guys; I'm sorry. I should've realized that it's just too much work for poor A β Pseudolonewolf. I didn't realize that he's already been flooded with dissatisfaction.... sorry man. Even though I thought the background is too bright, I still love how good Sunlit looks. My formal apologies.

Also, I'm silly for forgetting that everyone hates my ideas. :D

Anyway, I'll just try to deal with it, and wear sunglasses like newstomper suggested. :P
Seiryuu
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I personally support your thoughts on the contrast, but given Pseudo's attitude as of late, I highly doubt that that's going to happen.
Mind Flux
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He's said many times that he does not want suggestions for the new site, though for some reason suggestions have been being given for days...Please understand that Fig Hunter is Pseudo's website and a place where he should feel welcome. He likes the new color scheme, which is actually more pleasant to look at than Bubbles Fig Hunter in my opinion, so he should be able to view the site that way since he made it. He likes the new colors and he has had dozens of people telling him he should change them, which is really uncalled for and would take a toll on anyone, which is why I'm surprised that people are still making these comments. At the end of the day this is Pseudo's haven to vent and relax (or it was intended to be), so he should not have to take a vacation from it or avoid looking at his PMs.
Seiryuu
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I'm already quite aware of that. I'm just going to say that some people won't be happy, and they will complain, regardless of his wishes.
Lazulus
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Lazulus 19 Ireland MelancholicCholeric INTJ 5w6 41C
I'd like to start by saying that from the minute I saw the new site I felt like something had just been lifted off my heart. I LOVE the new website, and I can't see how anyone could think otherwise.
Sigh... I really, really didn't want to draw attention to myself with this, but you seem afraid to check your PMs now, and I really wanted to tell you this since I've read your updates.

Look, it's pretty obvious you're not a fan of 'Thinkers' and the way they've taken over the website - your special 'Feely' website - and you really wanted a place to get away from it, so y'know what. Just leave. Go over to Sunlit, stay there, and pretend we don't exist. Leave someone in charge of course, perhaps a few of your more trusted Moderators could become 'Bubble Admins' and you could be a 'Sunlit Admin' or something. Now, of course there's going to be a few who hassle you for the sake of hassling you, but I think most people would understand and agree that whatever makes you happy is the best course of action for the website as a whole.

Just think about it, would you? I hate to see you so down all the time.
Pseudolonewolf
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I do not appreciate your commanding tone, or the fact that you're giving me a suggestion when I've repeatedly stated that comments like this bother me.

The new version of the site is just that; a new version of the site. It's a replacement, not a different place. The 'bubbles' version will be deactivated shortly.
SMCW
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Thank you for the new site Pseudo. It feels much better. Now everything feels much lighter than before, long posts seem shorter and easier to read somehow. It's warmer and friendly. Nothing is, of course, perfect, but this one seems closer than the older one.
Thank you for everything!
SavageWolf
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SavageWolf 22 United Kingdom CholericMelancholic INTP 666 402C
Wow, userpages are long now! Anyway, I think I shall explain to you what Asperger Syndrome actually is! No! Don't leave! It'll be interesting. Trust me and such. This information is cobbled together from numerous sources, and seems to fit. I discussed it here ∞ Fig Hunter ∞ earlier, but I shall go over it again quickly, just for you. How kind.

Anyway, to summarise, aspergers is generally caused by having too MUCH empathy. We generally have a larger amygdala, or however you spell it, which is more "sensitive", and are very high reactive. We are "overloaded" with all this information, and have to have ways of dealing with it. I think we do this by using our "logic areas" of the brain to process the "output". This means that we are "forced" to have an MTBI of IxTx, or something (or the system doesn't apply). It's like trying to spot a speck of dust on a torch, or something. For people like me (and I'm not sure how many other people with Aspergers, at least 30% or so, I'd say) the increased empathy manifests itself as social anxiety; I worry what other people think about me and am scared of them rejecting me.

I have no idea why I posted this to be honest, but I think it will be interesting for you in a number of ways. And probably open your eyes on something or other. All that stuff.

Here is a nice little article thing: ∞ LINK ∞
Heiveldboy
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I can't help but wonder if our conversation had any effect on these statements. There does seem to be some form of connection between this comment and our conversation...

Anyway, that is an interesting point you've made. I hadn't heard of the amygdala before and after a little bit of reading it does seem to make sense. Like you I also have that higher empathy us aspies are known for and it does seem to affect me on a more biological basis, though I did already have a notion of that. But to now know that it is in fact that amygdala that might influence us and cause us to feel overwhelmed when we feel the feelings of the others is great relieving, in some ways... It's nice to know another part of my strange behaviors.

But here's what I wonder, could it be that the amygdala also affects our hormones? I am thinking about the hormone endorphin, which has an increased effect on the general aspie. Endorphins give us a greater feeling of happiness than the average joe would get, so now I wonder if there's a relationship between this specific (and maybe others?) hormone and the amygdala.

And to answer your question, yes I do have something similar. Whenever I'm around people I notice I'm a lot different than I am when I'm alone. I constantly wonder what they think of me and usually I assume it's something negative. For that reason I'm a lot more quiet than I would ever be on the internet and it does affect how people perceive me on both places. Here I've been called nice, whereas I'm usually called silent and distant in real life. Maybe that could be because of bigger amygdala that messes around with our emotions? And yes, I'm deeply afraid of rejection. It's gone so far that I always take 'precautions' and assume that I will never befriend anyone in my life. It seems better to me to never have something instead of getting that something only to lose it...

Also, something I've just noticed is the following: Does the fact that the amygdala is different in us also affect our senses? People with Aspergers have a huge improvement in our senses, to the point where I can smell rain before it'll even rain, feel extremely comfortable when someone gives me a big and tight hug, and can hear people chatting in my house when I'm on the third floor. And don't get me started about my food preferences... But maybe this is the case because our amygdala is different? It's some food for thought I'm laying on the plate, I guess.

It certainly was interesting to me, even if that was not your intention. Thanks for sharing it.

Also, I literally clapped when I read the following line in the article you've presented:
" Phil Schwarz, a software developer, is vice-president of the Asperger's Association of New England and has a child with the condition. He notes that autism is not a unitary condition – "if you've seen one Aspie, you've seen one Aspie," he says, using the colloquial term. "
It's nice to know not everyone looks at us aspies in the same way.