My Gaming Compendium
Hello! I started gaming when I was 12 and my Mom took me to Walmart to pick out something to play on the family's new computer. Little did I know
that day would change literally every aspect of my life in great ways.
I chose MechWarrior4: Mercenaries. I began by getting invited into a Clan however only 3 weeks after being invited I felt I could do better and created
my own. Over the next 6 years I failed many times as a leader and disbanded one clan after the next when the pressure was too much for me, but I always
ended up reforming it with new experience and wisdom to pull from. My final group in this game was called Clan Eternal Spirits and we took part in 3
noteworthy online leagues. War! Online, where after an enemy all but tortured us I figured out a way to force them to do nothing but fight my clan for
180 days continuously - The league Admin removed this and I was also removed.
Then was MechWarriorLeagues, two year long story short I legitimately found a way to invest C-Bills so well that I was the richest player in the game at
32 Billion. The 2nd-20th richest player in the game were at 19Million-1Million. When a wealth ranking system exposed I had nearly 3,000 times the next
richest the Admin of this league reset the economy and I left.
Netbattletech was where we went next, and nearing the final year of our time we ended up having the highest win % in the league, 77% over 600+ battles
all done in 8v8 FPS no respawn fashion. I devised a way to penetrate an otherwise invulnerable target, which took over a year of moving resources to
accomplish, and in this planetary league where even the best units could only seize a planet once every three months we took three planets in one week
and were not anywhere near stopping. The Admin for this league did not like that I found undefended areas and just gave my enemies unlimited resources
and said if we are truly great this won't affect us. I was done with the admin interference and quit this league also and never played MW4 again. What
lives on from this is that I met Pyro Telinov and Chorrosion Riaz, two brothers who I met five years later IRL, both joined my sales teams, one lead a
sales team, and both became my roommates and best friends. Also MW4 is from where my Bloodname, Boques, was attained.
Pyro from MW4 got me hooked here. I managed to get only one L99 skill: Herblore. I made gold from arbitrage (merchanting) and purchased a Purple Party Hat
worth probably over 2.1Billion now, if my account still exists. Have fun hackers!
Star Wars Galaxies
During the in between moments of MW4 I played SWG on the Starsider Server. I stayed out of all guilds to preserve the sacrosanct experience I had with Clan
Eternal Spirits, but I did end up becoming an Elder Jedi two years before the cut off to earn that title. I became quite good at that game and decided in
star wars fashion to chose someone to teach what I knew. After three years of training him he finally received all I learned, and we also became great friends
IRL. To my amazement he would later be the one to introduce me to the millionaires mentioned in my IRL biography that set my life on its current course.
Though I remained out of the guilds I coordinated with them, and across several months I constructed a legal in game macro that announced to 1,100 active
PvPers where the Imperials were. During the time of "The Grand Army of the Rebellion" we rarely had any real opposition. Once this army crashed the server
and later a "Wanted Poster" of a Trandoshan (lizard race) was created as an in game item. There were four total, one of Luke Skywalker, one of Han Solo, one
of Leia Organa, and one of a Trandoshan that mirrored the look of my character. It was never said for sure that this was supposed to be me, though enough people
believed it and brought it up that I finally accepted its possibility. If nothing else its very interesting.
[Exceptional] tagged items were of extreme rarity and value and across the total of 8 years playing this game I had the largest display of them on any server,
this later became the basis for what I would name my next guild.
Started and ended this game at age 12. I timed the restock times of all the shops and opened multiple browsers with clocks running so I could buy everything
for resale before others. After making millions of neopoints this way my account was deleted for "autoclicking programs" which I never knew existed and could
not appeal. My Mom however still plays her account to this day.
Star Wars - The Old Republic
This was the first game I played after 3 years of nothing but focusing on business. I was there for the first day of launch, enjoyed it for a month or so, and
after being urged by my friends I decided I should become a leader once more. I established Exceptional Legion which is still running to this day. In its time
8 different raid teams were built and moved on, most noteworthy were Sovereign Ops and Midnight Power. I lead them both, the first was a 16man raid team and the
second was an 8man team. Through these teams and Exceptional Legion I have built and cherished additional friendships which will never leave me and even met 6
of them IRL. If you can't tell by now I do not see computer screens as barriers between people but rather connections to them.
We got as high as to be World 8th for a certain operation clear time, but I am convinced no guild had a higher spirit of camaraderie and pure joy than we did
when we fought. It was truly a special place, though in July of 2014 I decided this too was more than I could continue to lead and have been a solo gamer since
without affiliation to any guild.
I got into this when it launched for its real money market and upon finding I could not cancel my own auctions and list only 10 items as once I bought another
copy for a total of $120 investment. Within two months I made all of that back and played mainly for enjoyment getting to Act III Nightmare and a L40 Monk on
I've only gotten to Rank 4 once and have very few cards but really enjoy the game.
Elder Scrolls Online
Chorrosion Riaz was the main force behind getting me to leave SWTOR to join this, and I'm glad I did. The idea that one person could become the Emperor appealed
to me and I knew I could do it. It was extremely challenging but eventually that's exactly what happened, I even ended up getting crowned twice. I was interviewed
for it here. In ESO I have a V14 Nightblade, another V14 Nightblade, V14 Dragonknight and a V2 Templar. No major noteworthy things have happened here in PvE or
monetarily as I generally stay in Cyrodiil.
I'm terrible at this game but like playing it with one of my old highschool friends who invites me from time to time.
I contributed enough money to have "Khan Blade Boques" appear in the credits of this game and earned the Legendary Founder title and bonuses. However, being stuck
in ESO mainly has kept me from playing this in over a year.
Black Desert Online
So when it comes to BDO and things I've done here it'll come off as bragging but I encourage you to realize I credit any of these achievements to having a larger
amount of time than others, and don't wish to put anyone off with the list. So here goes: I pioneered a system whereby energy ticks could be synchronized to channels
allowing for 2000+ energy a day while actively playing.
I made the first guides on Investment Banking Black Desert ever had on any region. Then creating the Money Mastery Series on YouTube has helped more people make more
money in BDO than I could have ever done just from streaming.
I bought the 1st ever DUO Ogre listed on Edan. Caught and sold the 1st shrimp as well :P The 1st PEN Witch ever sold on NA was linked to me and said made possible from
my guides. Four people with over 7Billion silver as of May 2017 credited my help in getting them there.
I anticipated the server merge months in advance and my tips created many billionaires from the opportunity.
I created the series Bum to Billionaire on YT, lasting 6 months and 12 episodes spanning many individuals going over optimization of their income systems.
I created the TRI-Server Tournament, a four day NA based multi-server tourny with over 2,750 viewers at one time. The participants earned the in game title, Gladius,
which was never existed in the game until this and now attainable only by large sanctioned player made events.
I was the 1st L60 Warrior on any NA server.
I am the guild leader of ExceptionaLegion and happy to have such great friends.
Real Life Trading
I have never engaged in either side of buying or selling for real money outside the allowable in game mechanics of Diablo III. The Blade Boques name is too valuable
for me to squander it, and in game achievements would become meaningless if attached to a bank account. I recommend all follow the same policy.