Friday, June 17, 2005

The Resurrection of Dame Elemen

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If you have no idea what this is all about, this previous blog post might explain things a little.

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7 comments:

Pat said...

Great pics, looks seemless. ^_^ Looking forward to the next part of the story. ^_^

Sean said...

There's a next part?

jeff-reiji said...

I used to play Diablo from my High School days and Diablo II in my early College Years. Hey, I've played Sorceress and Necromancer and finished the game.

Some find Necromancer's a bit silly. But his curses and Bone Impale Whatever spells do a lot of damage. And I favor Necromancer than Sorceress' flashiness.

--> Can't wait for the sequel for your series... :D

jeff-reiji said...

Oops, sorry talaga tol! I've read ur email after I've posted [a very long] entry at my blog...

Don't worry, I'll try to post your questions on my next entry...

Question ko naman: Where did you took your CS?

Sean said...

Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City, Philippines. Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, 2000.

That said, I'm a horrible programmer right now, despite the educational background. :)

Pat said...

The flow of the second Elemen installment implies the presence of a third. ^_^

*sigh* I wish I took CS too, instead of this dead-end course that I got. =(

Sean said...

Aw, come on. There are no dead-end courses in college. You always learn something from what you take.

Unless, of course, you're one of the poor souls who went for AB Business Philosophy. I kept my distance from that one, yes.