Heya, Kierra here.
I've been around since the beginning of Until Uru--I missed prologue by a narrow two weeks because I didn't have a computer capable of running Uru. By the time my new computer came prologue had been canceled.
But once Until Uru was up and running, I became a regular on the Tapestry shard, Slackers shard and Great Tree shard, with Avatars always named Kierra Windsong. Because of dialup issues, I lost many avatars to "fetching player disease", so Kierra had many descendants.
Once the UserKI became available, I spent days on end scouring every inch I could reach of the city, finding all the interesting and unnoticed places....and all of the best hiding places, coincidentally.
This knowledge came in handy when I became one of the founders of the popular Sardines game
Some of you may remember me from my "evil" marker games, and City Tours, a tour of all of the interesting and hard to reach places of Ae'gura with the help of a volunteer admin and their adminKI.
I began Age Building almost two years ago, starting with an age called Rockshelf (I gave up on it, but I may salvage it eventually), and N'cessity, the Necessary age, if you...ah, catch my drift *cough*
N'cessity is a tongue-in-cheek age--an answer to the common question "where are all the bathrooms in D'ni?"
Never got around to sharing either rockshelf or N'cessity on Uru Age Manager, so no one else had played around in any of my ages at that point.
And then I kind of got burnt out on Age building for about 6 months. Then around the time D'mala showed up, I felt the urge to Age build again, so I picked up the tools and worked on Rockshelf and N'cessity...then got burnt out again for a bit.
Then about two months ago I started feeling the urge to age build *again*, so I started playing around with it....then suddenly the Guild pubs opened up, and the possibility of fan-created ages in Live is looking up!
So I find it an amusing coincidence that every time I get the urge to Age build again, it turns out that fan-created content is getting closer and closer to becoming a reality
Mostly my skills lie in Blender modeling and concept art.
I tend to struggle with advancing past "intermediate" level in Blender mostly because I learn easier from somebody showing
me how to do things, rather than following written directions... so its an uphill battle for me so far.
I'm absolutely rotten with Python, and know nothing of programing or music.