Hello ! Greetings from Lisbon.

I like a good video game as well a good book. Good stories and interesting characters above everything else, the medium is not really important. Not a big fan of movies though, they are usually far too short for my taste.

In my free-times, I like role-playing with some friends, though sometimes we just end up playing munchkin, or some boardgame.

To help keep me in shape and healthy in mind and body I practice Iaido, the art of drawing a Japanese sword, as well as Jodo. Both are weapon based martial arts, that have a very small competition factor, being totally focused on self-improvement.

Besides all this I am also in the process of learning Japanese, having classes once a week, for some years now.

And as if all this wasn’t enough, I also build scale model kits.

In sum, I have far too many occupations for my own good.


5 responses to “About

  1. How are you? I’m George. I believe i had contacted you before regarding a banner exchange. i’m wondering would you be interested in doing a banner exchange with you. drop me a message if you are okay with it. Cheers!

  2. YO! greetings from amaruro here :3 !!! Was wondering, where are you from, and how old are you, and not to forget, how should i adress you? Sugoi!!! you actually went to Japanese classes??? O_o Well, all and all, Yorushku onegai-shimasu!!! :3

    • Hello Amaruro πŸ™‚

      I’m from Portugal, and 29 years old as of now.
      My handle on these parts is Ravhin, but my real name is not exactly hidden (it’s only a matter of finding it :P) . You can address me however you prefer.

      My Japanese professor and colleges are great so I have no plans to stop attending any time soon, still have a lot to learn and practice since I do plan on achieving fluency one day.

      Glad to make your acquaintance.


      • oh, and i almost forgot, I’m still a kid (16 years old to be precise) πŸ˜‰ , so if you found any errors in my Japanese skills, would you mind to inform me? Doumo-arigatou-desu, Ravhin-kun πŸ˜€

      • Well, you don’t really use “desu” at the end of “doumo arigatou” . If you want to be more formal that would be “doumo arigatou gozaimasu” . πŸ˜‰

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