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In the heat of battle, you eventually are no longer yourself. You turn into a completely different person.
What's your warrior name?
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I tend to take on a persona known as "Klobbert" when the opportunity presents itself. As Klobbert, I'm very brutish, have a habit of laughing maniacally for a brief second before and after saying something, and quick to suggest putting someone's head on a pike if I don't like them, and my own rage and bloodlust fuels me to keep on fighting. I also have a fascination for headbutting and hammer-smashing (should a hammer or hammer-like object be on hand) my way out of trouble.
Naturally, Klobbert shouts "IT'S KLOBBERIN' TIME!" when charging into the fray like the simpleton he is.
It's Klobberin' Time!
HAMMER THE BUTTONS AND WIGGLE THE STICKS!!!
Mumbo i miss you..
Zeppelyn: Since when does the bladder control the "poo poo"?
convict357: Um, you mean you f*ck chickens, turkeys are male chickens.
Crazywill is as good a name as any really.
The Bird of Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame.
I would simply be named GAR, and I will charge headlong into battle with intense fighting spirit and march on to total victory. I would also yell out the name of my attack, in which would be considered hammy, but extremely effective.
Just stop worrying, and love the bomb.
In the heat of Florida, I eventually dehydrate to being no longer myself. I turn into a completely different person, named Steve... the pirate.
Once upon a time...
(הֲבֵל הֲבָלִים אָמַר קֹהֶלֶת, הֲבֵל הֲבָלִים הַכֹּל הָבֶל. דּוֹר הֹלֵךְ וְדוֹר בָּא, וְהָאָרֶץ לְעוֹלָם עֹמָדֶת. (קהלת א ג, ה
"Don't leave your weapons lying about behind your back in a field; you never know when you may need all of sudden your spear."