Heyo! I'm Asadekai, though it usually gets shortened to Asa for reasons that are pretty clear. Buckle up, this is gonna be long (cause I talk way too much when Im enjoying myself).
I'm not great at socializing, but I'm trying my best as of late. I found Peria Chronicles (literally minutes ago) and it looked fantastic in my eyes, namely for the sandbox part of it. It's a world where I get to be part in developing the future lore, so why wouldn't I be interested?
I've always wanted to write books and keep records of the things people do in MMo's, but others already have so much content and lore to themselves that the players aren't in any way making it. Peria Chronicles isn't like that in my eyes. I get to see other players quite literally shaping the world around me, giving me some way to make myself feel significant, even if no one reads books. It's more of memoria (I'm honestly believing that that's not an English word after doing a bit of research) of the things I've seen. It just feels nice to be able to spread knowledge, so people aren't spending so much time trying to find information that's either outdated or already researched.
In my past I always had the problem of being out of the loop with news and such. I kept thinking conversations were awkward because people knew things I didn't. That's why I've grown to love discovery. To be the first to know about something and then to know the most about something, it gives me the joy of being able to write expressively, even if what I'm writing isn't of myself. I love theorizing for lore and fantasy mechanics because I'm a firm believer in "Anything is possible". If we know how it works, we can replicate it, and if we can replicate it, we can turn fantasy into reality, or something like that.
I can be brash at times, I'll admit. I enjoy verbal conflict (as in debates, not trash-talking and such) because I get to fully understand what's on other people's minds, so much so that I start pulling on way too many strings and make some people unconfortable. The problem that I have with many people as a counter is that they've essentially been brainwashed (not in a bad way, they're just considering situations and facts without considering what it takes to get to said certain situations and facts. It's like building a 3 story building without a second floor. It just doesn't build up properly.
So yeah, I talked way too much, and now that I'm reading it, it sounds really repetitive, sorry about that! I've only recently come out of my teen depression, so I am really invigorated to get back to discovering all sorts of neat facts about the monsters, people, towns, dungeons, and the land of Peria Chronicles. It's great to meet you all!