Simulation Software Engineer
Why did you choose this SC2 race?
Who wants to command a race of drug addicts or mouth-less aliens that photosynthesizes their energy? The only clear choice is the ever-evolving might of the Zerg. Plus, between Raynor, Zeratul, and Kerrigan, who would you REALLY want to spend all your time with?
What do you do for a living?
I maintain the sanity of our QA engineers by writing testing tools and workflows to automate checking all the common use-cases in our finance platform. And I also just be awesome for a living. Really, 99% of my net worth is tied to my awesomeness.
What do you love about your job?
That as awesome/intelligent/cool as I am, everyone else in the company is as at least as amazing. Makes for stimulating conversations and random events.
What other hobbies do you have?
A lot of my time is spent reading to morphing eggs as my queen(s) watch for lost void rays. I train my banelings to catch marines by taking them on long runs with me (if only Terrans weren't addicted to performance enhancers...). And while I don't get to do it too often, I practice boxing with available ultralisks, showing them the 1-2 punch/claw combo they need to take out thors.
Why do you play StarCraft?
I play because there is no better feeling then crushing the cocky Terrans and myopic Protoss between the full might of the swarm. Sadly, that feeling of bliss is equally matched by feelings of rage and ineptness as I watch helplessly as two banelings waddle into my mineral line in the cruel divine joke of the Xel'naga that is known as ZvZ.
How long have you been playing?
I have been playing Starcraft II since the beta more or less consistently.
What have you done to prepare for the momentous challenge that is the AHGL?
Implanted infestors at all my competitors' homes. Even now they gather energy, waiting for the opportune time to launch a neural parasite and bring them down.
Who is the best player on your team? Why?
Given how I have been describing myself, it obviously should be me. Why? One word - awesome. Determining whether or not this entire bio is an elaborate ploy to hide the true lord of the team is left as an exercise to the reader.