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Old November 6th, 2011, 03:04 PM   #26 (permalink)
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This talk of video games... such as the Elder scrolls... remind me... SKYRIM IN FIVE DAYS!!!!!
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Yep, I was talking to my little brother about Skyrim last night, can't wait!!!!
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Old November 6th, 2011, 05:04 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Like I said, I'm socially retarded and don't really care about other people's opinions, so I don't really know the proper context or uses.

Skyrim...I am excited.

10 days after that? As the World Bleeds.
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Until it went radically off-topic, this thread was interesting in that it showed that we have lurkers who must read everything, but only post in limited circumstances. Interesting...
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Old November 7th, 2011, 12:48 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Until it went radically off-topic, this thread was interesting in that it showed that we have lurkers who must read everything, but only post in limited circumstances. Interesting...
I was thinking that...
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Old November 7th, 2011, 02:25 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Name's Joel. I'm 17 (18 in March). I grew up listening to Stryper, Deliverance, Barren Cross, and Sacred Warrior. I fell into a "mainstream/radio" phase during my pre-teens and eventually lost interest in music. Then I stumbled onto Epica and Nightwish on Pandora.com when I was 14. The rest is history.

I spend a lot of my time listening to music and improving my skills in Photoshop. I'm currently designing a portfolio for myself which should be up soon. I was born and mostly raised in America, but I currently live in Thailand.

Favorite Bands:

Epica
Becoming the Archetype
Nightwish
As I Lay Dying
Theocracy
Dream Theater
Mutemath
Rush

Favorite Albums:

Design Your Universe by Epica
Celestial Completion by Becoming the Archetype
Dark Passion Play by Nightwish
The Physics of Fire by Becoming the Archetype
An Ocean Between Us by As I Lay Dying
S/T by Animals As Leaders
Mirror of Souls by Theocracy
Systematic Chaos by Dream Theater
Scars Remain by Disciple
Reset (EP) by Mutemath

Favorite Songs:

Design Your Universe by Epica
Elemental Wrath by Becoming the Archetype
In The Presence of Enemies by Dream Theater
Mirror of Souls by Theocracy
Nothing Left by As I Lay Dying
The Poet and the Pendulum by Nightwish
The Islander by Nightwish
Death Machine by Living Sacrifice
Where Dragons Rule by Dragonforce

Favorite Authors:

J.R.R Tolkien
C.S. Lewis
Robert Louis Stevenson
Stephen R. Lawhead
Jules Verne

Favorite Books:

The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
The Oath by Frank Peretti
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
In the Hall of the Dragon King by Stephen R. Lawhead
Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne

Favorite Games:

Call of Duty: United Offensive
Star Wars: Jedi Academy
Lord of the Rings: Online
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Crysis
Portal 2
Battlefield 2
Tribes 2

Favorite Movies:

The Lord of the Rings
Star Wars
Star Trek: Generations
The Princess Bride
Thr3e
Wall-E
Treasure Island (1990)
Watership Down
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Old November 7th, 2011, 03:41 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I'm Jason. I guess I'm the "grandfather" fan of the Theocracy forums. I must have been one of the very first fans to arrive here - my join date is June 2004, as is Matt's.
In June 2004 the Theocracy forum was moved from the old one to this one here at ultimatemetal.com. I can't remember if the old one was directly under the domain theocracymusic.com or at metalages.com...
As a member of the old forum of course I followed Theocracy and joined this new one which was opened in June 2004 - but my account says I already joined in April 2004! Strange...
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Old November 7th, 2011, 03:49 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Aish! is a Hebrew word for fire, but my name's Paul. I'm 39 and really starting to feel old, especially at university where I'm surrounded by immature kids while I finish a music degree (coincidentally on As the World Bleeds release day!) and work at a visual arts degree (2 more years...)

I used to drum in some indy rock bands, but I'm a classical singer with extensive piano, trumpet and clarinet training, and I dabble in guitar. I also compose experimental electronic and more traditional symphonic music.

I grew up with (and still love) Steve Taylor, Stryper, Whitecross, Deliverance, Tourniquet and Mortification, but now my fav bands are Theocracy, Adiastasia, H.B. (who I prefer in Finnish, even though I don't speak Finnish) and Ecthirion.

I used to read piles of fantasy novels. I like Jack Vance and C.S. Lewis, but it really bugs me how everyone knows and loves The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe which is just a good sequel to his masterpiece, The Magician's Nephew.

I am a Tetris Grand Master with 11 unbeatable world records, and under duress I might confess to still having a soft spot in my heart for Pokémon...

I'm amused that a few of you like Mythbusters - not a bad show - but my absolute fav on TV is Big Love. We're in the middle of the final series in Oz at the moment. Wow!!
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Old November 7th, 2011, 04:24 AM   #34 (permalink)
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but it really bugs me how everyone knows and loves The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe which is just a good sequel to his masterpiece, The Magician's Nephew.
I personally love The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe because it was my first C.S Lewis book.

I hate it when people say they love the book because they saw the movie.
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Old November 7th, 2011, 04:52 AM   #35 (permalink)
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I'm from Germany and love music, nature and sport. And of course my wife
Here are my...

...most favorite bands:

Saviour Machine
Theocracy
Amorphis
Petra
Bloodgood
Casting Crowns


...some of my most favorite albums (limited to one per artist):

Saviour Machine - Legend II
Theocracy - s/t
Ayreon - The Human Equation
Petra - On Fire!
Casting Crowns - Lifesong
Bloodgood - Detonation
Amorphis - Silent Waters
Haggard - Eppur Si Muove
John Powell - Soundtrack to "How to train your dragon"
Chris Hülsbeck - Symphonic Shades (Soundtracks of C64 and Amiga games played by a symphonic orchestra)
Vivaldi (conductor L. Bernstein) - The Four Seasons
G.F. Händel - Organ Concertos Op. 7, 4-6
Michael W. Smith - Freedom
Gotthard - Lipservice
Helloween - Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Rhaposdy - Symphony of Enchanted Lands
HB - Frozen Inside
Jeremy Camp - Stay
Lifehouse - No Name Face
The Electrics - Live in Danger
The O.C. Supertones - Chase the sun
Third Day - Wherever you are
X-Sinner - Get it
Alter Bridge - One Day Remains
Sonata Arctica - Winterheart's Guild

As for for books - I do not read many books. My favorite one would be the book of books, the bible.
At the moment I read the very interesting book "In the Steps of Jesus: An Illustrated Guide to the Places of the Holy Land" by Peter Walker.
I've been to Israel this year and before in 2007. As far as I've read I can recommend this book to everyone who is interested in the history and background information to the places where Jesus lived and acted.


I do not have special favorite movies, but here are some I really liked:

A Beautiful Mind
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Bourne Trilogy
How to train your dragon
Ratatouille
Das Boot
While you were sleeping
Star Trek IV + VIII
24 - Series 1

I love some documentary about nature, especially "Planet Earth" by David Attenborough (BBC).

Favorite music forums:
The Christian Metal Realm (THE place to discuss christian metal and metal in general)
Theocracy Forum

Favorite games
Some good old PC games like "Master of Orion 2" and "Grand Prix Legends" that I would like to play again, but don't have or take the time to do so...
On the Wii I started two new games I recently got: "De Blob 2" and "LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean".

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Old November 7th, 2011, 09:14 AM   #36 (permalink)
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it really bugs me how everyone knows and loves The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe which is just a good sequel to his masterpiece, The Magician's Nephew.
Aish, glad to see someone else my age here!

I never read the books as a kid, so when the movies were about to come out, I decided to read the books. I had multiple different suggested orders I could follow. Thankfully, I choose to go in storyline order and start with The Magician's Nephew. I agree: masterpiece. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe pales in comparison, mainly because the White Witch went from being an interesting, nuanced character in the first, to a standard "evil character" caricature in the second.

I'm currently working on Lewis' Space Trilogy (book 2 Perelandra at the moment), which I like more than the Narnia series, I think.
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I loved The Magician's Nephew as well... Great book. Loved every last page of it.
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Steven R. Lawhead
Considering you have him listed as one of your favorite authors, you should've known it's "Stephen" R. Lawhead.
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Old November 10th, 2011, 05:27 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Actually, I'm pretty sure the Magician's Nephew was written after the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. But it is a really great book.
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Actually, I'm pretty sure the Magician's Nephew was written after the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. But it is a really great book.
The Magician's Nephew was written last, and published second-to-last. If you really want to enjoy Narnia, I strongly suggest reading it in the publication order:

-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
-Prince Caspian
-The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
-The Silver Chair
-The Horse and his Boy
-The Magician's Nephew
-The Last Battle
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That's fascinating. I had no idea.
My box set has a number on each spine in a very different order.

When Wagner started writing his Ring Cycle he found he had to keep writing prequel after prequel to tell the story as he wanted. Experiencing it in published order makes no sense. (Some would argue that experiencing it at all makes no sense...)
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I decided to read it in chronological order:

The Magician's Nephew
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
The Horse and His Boy
Prince Caspian
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The Silver Chair
The Last Battle

Before I started, I actually did a fair amount of research and read the arguments for publication order vs. chronological order. I like things linear, so I think I picked the order that worked best for me
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That's fascinating. I had no idea.
My box set has a number on each spine in a very different order.

When Wagner started writing his Ring Cycle he found he had to keep writing prequel after prequel to tell the story as he wanted. Experiencing it in published order makes no sense. (Some would argue that experiencing it at all makes no sense...)
The order your box set has would be the chronological order of the books (as SeaStorm posted), an order that C.S. Lewis himself said they should probably be read in. I strongly disagree, as if you read it in chronological order it gives unnecessary spoilers or foreshadowing, because whether the author intended it or not, the published order (or usually the written order) is the way the books are supposed to be read. The fact that they wrote them in that order is evidence enough.

Similar to how Ted Dekker says you can read the Paradise books in any order. The only thing is, that would be completely stupid, because reading Sinner before Saint would completely ruin Saint.

Don't always listen to authors; even ones that you very much admire. Read the published order. You're not SUPPOSED to know who Professor Kirke is when you read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. If you do, it's not nearly as mysterious or cool!

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I would expand that to the entire Books of History Chronicles. You should really read them in the published order.
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Considering you have him listed as one of your favorite authors, you should've known it's "Stephen" R. Lawhead.
Shoot! Yeah, I know it's 'Stephen'. Thanks for pointing that out.
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I would expand that to the entire Books of History Chronicles. You should really read them in the published order.
Recommended reading order for the Books of History Chronicles by Ted Dekker

If you can't view that, say so and I'll post it on my fan page.
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In June 2004 the Theocracy forum was moved from the old one to this one here at ultimatemetal.com. I can't remember if the old one was directly under the domain theocracymusic.com or at metalages.com...
As a member of the old forum of course I followed Theocracy and joined this new one which was opened in June 2004 - but my account says I already joined in April 2004! Strange...
Oops, I forgot to reply to this. Interesting! I don't think I came over from that one - I can't remember any other forum but this one. At least now I know I came in during the second wave of forum fans

Anyone else from the initial forums still with us here at Ultimate Metal? I'll soon be writing up a little mini (very mini) history of my time on this forum - in observation of my upcoming 1000th post - so I will incorporate that
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The Magician's Nephew was written last, and published second-to-last. If you really want to enjoy Narnia, I strongly suggest reading it in the publication order:

-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
-Prince Caspian
-The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
-The Silver Chair
-The Horse and his Boy
-The Magician's Nephew
-The Last Battle
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Oops, I forgot to reply to this. Interesting! I don't think I came over from that one - I can't remember any other forum but this one. At least now I know I came in during the second wave of forum fans

Anyone else from the initial forums still with us here at Ultimate Metal? I'll soon be writing up a little mini (very mini) history of my time on this forum - in observation of my upcoming 1000th post - so I will incorporate that
I didn't remember either. The first threads in this forum talk about the move from the old forum to this one.
Though I do not find any registration e-mail for the former Theocracy forum in my mails, I'm pretty sure, I must have been a member.
I've followed Theocracy a while before the debut was released and I found an e-mail about Theocracy I wrote to Deron in November 2003 introducing myself as Snert from the Christian Metal Realm.

I remember a time (must have been 2004) I checked the forums of Divinefire and I think Theocracy frequently hoping for news about their upcoming debut albums.
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theocracy
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austrian death machine
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Metallica
deftones
firelfight
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killswitch engage
social distortion
skillet and the list goes on...

favorite movies:
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Star Wars
pulp fiction
Lord of the rings
Scent of a woman
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influences:
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I'm not very well read so to speak. I never enjoyed reading as a kid so I never read lord of the rings or narnia, although it is on my to-do list. A majority of my time now is spent studying chemistry.
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