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donniecesar

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About donniecesar

  • Rank
    Novice
  • Birthday June 6

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brazil
  • Interests
    https://www.facebook.com/donniecesar.correa

    My profile is in portuguese, but you may PM me in facebook in english for any personal questions and for more info on the guy.
  • Playername
    Donald Black
  1. Where should the resulting document be posted?
  2. Here's my public resign to the challenge. Due to work and college preparation I'm not even playing my regular stories in MD, so I can't afford the time to be here. I had lots of fun cracking my head agains the challenges, though. I'd like to do them for fun in another time, if they remain available. :D   Best of luck for those remaining.   Ciao!
  3. I'm still nowhere in the challenge, but I've learned a lot about cyphers and cryptography in the last 12 hours. :D   A question on the first part:      Corresponding to what? So far I believe the answer is the name of the poem, but no confirmation. I'm in story mode, so I can't find anyone in game and I have also received no message.   The answer form has three fields. I believe they must be filled with: 1: Name of first poem; 2 - Author of first poem and 3 - Author of second poem. Is that correct?
  4. I did not participate the constest because I was in story mode. Aside from my low chances of winning, it afforded 4 prizes, so,  thought, "maybe I can one". This is very misleading.   Aside from the "elogious" words between Chewett and Constatine, it is of my opinion that the rules of the challenge count as they are made public - and it said 4 prizes in the contest's page.   Pipstickz says "the challenge is not fair", but I say a challenge with moving rules is no challenge at all. Similar shifiting rules are used in shady circumstances to punish participants, so it betr
  5. I liked many of the suggestions already mentioned and I won't pretend mine is better than many of them. I just think Memento is better. me•men•to (məˈmɛn toʊ)  n., pl. -tos, -toes. 1. something that serves as a reminder of what is past or gone; keepsake; souvenir. 2. anything serving as a reminder or warning.   Some things about this suggestion:   1. Mementos can be both physical and imaginary. Both a sound and an old cup of tea can bring memories back. Helps to keep feet on the ground. 2. The concept of rememberin
  6. Sorry, I completely forgot the print, and I've worked hard to come up with a beautiful profile these days. :D There you are.
  7. Count me in. It will be nice to work on the character a bit further and the contest will provide a suitable opportunity to do so.
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