I've been playing Jedi Academy and Outcast for many years now, since 2013 I believe, and I love this game to death. I do get tired of it, but love the mods and possibilities it brings to the game. Some things to know about me are as follow: - I do not talk about my social life - I do not ever mention my name - I try to remain faceless - I will gladly share my voice though, but only refer to myself as "Alcreon". The story behind my name is that in my class, a friend drew really good portraits of me in an almost-anime style. They made me an ancient greek ruler dubbed: "Lord Alcreon". It would have made more sense to be King Alcreon, but Lord sounded better among my friends. "Lord" also fit because my friend knew I was a gigantic Star Wars geek, and owned roughly 20 lightsabers at the time. Thus, Lord Alcreon was born. I have been a Star Wars fan for almost my entire life. I was a pretty slow kid at first, but around the time Revenge of the Sith came out, I started to actually get what was going on. After a while, movies and games seemed to coexist, on the assumption that each game told a story. The story became what made me love Star Wars, and eventually, Darth Vader and Obi Wan Kenobi became some of my favorite heroes and villains from the series of movies. Jedi Academy rolled around after I saw really cool clips of certain action pieces in a video game with a title of Jedi Academy. Then I did research and found out how to install games on my computer when I was about 12 years old. I'm a late bloomer. I found a collection of games on a shelf in my local Meijer titled, "Best of PC". Republic Commando, Empire at War, Battlefront, Knights of the Old Republic, and the one that started my love for Jedi Knight, Jedi Outcast were all included for only $20! The rest was history. I ended up buying Jedi Academy online and played the entire thing in one sitting. I was young and had no life. Hit me up if you ever want to talk; Star Wars, Jedi Academy, or off topic. I'm always up to chat.