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08-09-2014, 02:54 AM #1
Hello Everyone at One Piece forums! Nice community you got here. Its my first time here, but I am glad to be on board. I was referred to this site by one of the admins, Claraviolet.

A little about myself, I don't know that much about One Piece at all really, so go easy on me! While I am generally not a fan of action and battle anime, I am a totally fanboy for DBZ, and I am sure that One Piece is good, if you give it a chance. I'm sure someone can convince me to watch the series (if their argument is compelling enough). So if I stick around long enough, I can bet that I will be dragged into the series one way or another.

Additionally, I am the admin of [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register], a niche anime site that deals with inspirational anime (think slice of life/romance titles). The site is still a WIP, but it is something I am quite passionate about. Very small community, but small/tightly-nit communities are often the best, in my experience. Let's say you go to a party with 100 people in attendance, but you only know 3 people really well. Are the rest of the strangers your friends? They are strangers in fact, and only mere acquaintances regardless of whether you strike up a conversation with them or not. You will certainly have to put in more effort to turn that stranger into a close friend. If people are randomly scattered about the room there is a very small chance of running into someone you know. Kind of like a large forum, but I digress. Enough about that though.

Being a site owner, I have some knowledge of HTML/CSS and how/exactly what running a site entails. Its a large arduous process that is quite a struggle in the beginning. Much like anything else, having connections help a ton. Whether you or your site is "successful" is in the eye of the beholder. Some people deem a site "successful" if it is very active and brings in an incredible amount of traffic. In others eyes, it is successful for another reason, like meeting all of your established or planned goals, or being a homage to something that means a lot to you. So regardless of how "successful" my own site is and is deemed by others, it will mean a lot to me if I accomplished everything I set out to do. One shouldn't take the opinions of others too greatly anyhow.

More notes about me. I am a fan of the Smash Bros series and Blazblue. Smash I have been a long time fan, and have been following the series and playing since Smash 64. Greatly anticipating the release of Smash 4 (For WiiU/3DS) and I keep up with the news/hype daily. More recently, I have gotten into the BlazBlue series, Chronophantasm being the most recent. I'm not that great at the game, but I do enjoy playing from time to time. I've become quite a fan of the series in a short amount of time. Initially I was drawn in by watching the 2014 EVO stream of BBCP, which compelled me to buy a PS3. It's a good game, but like most fighting games, you can easily overwhelm yourself by attempting to achieve perfection. Unless your goal is to become a tourney player a make money with your efforts, it is easy to stress yourself out.

Well guys, that's my little rant/introduction. Hope to see everyone around the forums here. Sadly, I don't know much about the One Piece universe, but I will try to contribute where I can.

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PSN: Zanthos | Currently Playing : XBlaze Code: Embyro, Blazblue Chronophantasm

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08-09-2014, 03:18 AM #2
(08-09-2014, 02:54 AM)Viserys Wrote: [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register], a niche anime site that deals with inspirational anime (think slice of life/romance titles). The site is still a WIP, but it is something I am quite passionate about. Very small community, but small/tightly-nit communities are often the best, in my experience. Let's say you go to a party with 100 people in attendance, but you only know 3 people really well. Are the rest of the strangers your friends? They are strangers in fact, and only mere acquaintances regardless of whether you strike up a conversation with them or not. You will certainly have to put in more effort to turn that stranger into a close friend. If people are randomly scattered about the room there is a very small chance of running into someone you know. Kind of like a large forum, but I digress. Enough about that though.

Being a site owner, I have some knowledge of HTML/CSS and how/exactly what running a site entails. Its a large arduous process that is quite a struggle in the beginning. Much like anything else, having connections help a ton. Whether you or your site is "successful" is in the eye of the beholder. Some people deem a site "successful" if it is very active and brings in an incredible amount of traffic. In others eyes, it is successful for another reason, like meeting all of your established or planned goals, or being a homage to something that means a lot to you. So regardless of how "successful" my own site is and is deemed by others, it will mean a lot to me if I accomplished everything I set out to do. One shouldn't take the opinions of others too greatly anyhow.

More notes about me. I am a fan of the Smash Bros series and Blazblue. Smash I have been a long time fan, and have been following the series and playing since Smash 64. Greatly anticipating the release of Smash 4 (For WiiU/3DS) and I keep up with the news/hype daily. More recently, I have gotten into the BlazBlue series, Chronophantasm being the most recent. I'm not that great at the game, but I do enjoy playing from time to time. I've become quite a fan of the series in a short amount of time. Initially I was drawn in by watching the 2014 EVO stream of BBCP, which compelled me to buy a PS3. It's a good game, but like most fighting games, you can easily overwhelm yourself by attempting to achieve perfection. Unless your goal is to become a tourney player a make money with your efforts, it is easy to stress yourself out.

Well guys, that's my little rant/introduction. Hope to see everyone around the forums here. Sadly, I don't know much about the One Piece universe, but I will try to contribute where I can.

That's.... a pretty long greetings. And no offense, but I only made it half way through that. But on the other hand welcome!! Cheers My name X-Caster. You can call me X or just Caster if you want. I'm sure everyone's happy that you're apart of our community. I certainly am. As I say to every one who's new here, Watch out for stalkers, idiots, old hags and most importantly this smiley face [ Grin ]. It's fake!!. A little about myself. I'm 18 and I'm a manga creator/writer and I'm from the Bahamas. So once again welcome!!! Happy1

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08-09-2014, 03:37 AM #3
Thanks for the warm welcome. I know I went on somewhat of a rant there. My apologies.

TLDR Version: I am a new member and I know nothing about One Piece!

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08-09-2014, 04:29 AM #4
Hello! =) Hope you like this forum.


(08-09-2014, 02:54 AM)Viserys Wrote: [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register], a niche anime site that deals with inspirational anime (think slice of life/romance titles). The site is still a WIP, but it is something I am quite passionate about. Very small community, but small/tightly-nit communities are often the best, in my experience. Let's say you go to a party with 100 people in attendance, but you only know 3 people really well. Are the rest of the strangers your friends? They are strangers in fact, and only mere acquaintances regardless of whether you strike up a conversation with them or not. You will certainly have to put in more effort to turn that stranger into a close friend. If people are randomly scattered about the room there is a very small chance of running into someone you know. Kind of like a large forum, but I digress. Enough about that though.

Just to get an idea, if you would pick a list of shows that suit the theme of your site from this season, that would be Barakamon and maybe Ao Haru Ride?

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08-09-2014, 12:28 PM #5
Welcome to OPF Grin

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08-09-2014, 02:15 PM #6
hey

welcome to the forum

please enjoy your stay here Grin

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08-10-2014, 12:53 AM #7
Yo!
Welcome to One Piece Forums ^^/
Hope you enjoy your stay here =)
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09-21-2014, 02:03 PM #8
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