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Seattle, WA

Member since:

June 18, 2013


What does 'brony' mean to you?

I like to let people define themselves. As for my part, I think MLP is a great show with a way more positive message than most entertainment, which I often find fairly dark. I've also found it to be a very interesting (and needed) bridge between my understanding of my Christian faith and nerd culture. (Yes, I know religious nerds are rare, but that's who I am.) Also, I've met multiple great people who call themselves "brony" and I think that's pretty cool.

Quick, what's one awesome thing about yourself?!

Inspired (in part) by the uplifting message of MLP, I wanted to make something that could make people I'd never even meet happy. So I made a game: I obviously hope it's successful, but I really do it mean it when I say that I'm just glad I was able to do something to brighten up the days of many people in a small way.

Favorite character in the show:

Twilight Sparkle. Dorky, seeks truth and knowledge, dedicated to self-improvement. What's not to like? Applejack is pretty great too- admirable work ethic.


Name's Curtis. I moved to Seattle from Orlando several months ago to finish my game (www.JacobsLadderGam­ Now that it's done, my schedule is less insane and I'm looking to meet some cool people. Oh, and I think MLP is amazingly positive.

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