Ninjazzzzzz
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Oct 16, 2002 (Age: 16)
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Huntington Beach, California

Ninjazzzzzz

Member, Male, 16, from Huntington Beach, California

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 16, 2002 (Age: 16)
    Location:
    Huntington Beach, California
    Back in the day, I started Minecraft (obviously.) A few months after starting, I was introduced to multiplayer. The first server I played was ReclaimerCraft, an old server that was in-sync with DarCraft. Someone on ReclaimerCraft later showed me DarCraft, so I just went along and joined. Shortly after joining, I wandered into creative, and with my noobish knowledge, destroyed someones build. I was jailed for a week, and I was confused what greifing was and why I was jailed. I overtime developed my knowledge on DarCraft, went up through the ranks, from Member to Builder, then to VIP, then finally to Moderator. As a Mod, I made many mistakes. I was still young, so I didn't really take my job seriously. I was nearly demoted countless times, from when I made two people leave by cheating in PvP, destroying someone's sign board, making 12 people mad, and it all ended when I made 20 people leave from mistakenly telling them to use /ci. After leaving DarCraft, I played on many other servers. I went to McMMO servers and that took away some time. I also got into minigames, especially on popular servers. I improved my building skills, matured overall, learned several new tricks for faster jobs, and helped out tons and tons of people with their problems. Yet while I was away, I just felt as if something was missing. DarCraft was part of me. Playing on a server for 2 years, then just leaving, especially when you've played the game for about 3 1/2 - 4 years, just makes you feel weird not playing it. I logged on occasionally to see how the server has progressed, and stayed on for major events, like the May hub update, and I joined for the 3 year anniversary. Nowadays, I am a 7th grader with a straight 4.0 GPA average, and an overall great Minecraft player. If you've read all of this, thank you for taking the time to read my back story. It means a lot to me :)