Byond Account: stygoo
Character Name(s): Roscoe Sulyard
Are you interested in becoming a mod?:no
How long have you played on Fulpstation?
Started in June and have since gathered 1,297h
What departments are you able to be a mentor for? Can you elaborate on your experience in those
I can comfortably mentor for security, service, medbay, supply, engineering and somewhat to science.
Know basics to every job.
Security: Love and hate security. Makes me lose my mind sometimes. Played a lot of security officer, and understand how other security jobs work such as warden, detective and HoS. Know how to counter most antagonists, know space law and procedures by memory.
Medical: One of my most played departments; I know most surgeries like the back of my hand, reviving people is easy whetever they are plasmaman/human/ethereal/etc. Understand how plumbing works, my setups will look stupid and messy but they will work. Have a good understanding about chemicals. Know basic virology to make a healing virus.
Engineering: Love engineering, can probably build most station objectives, know how to fix breaches, rebuild departments, computers and machines, work on projects, fix atmos. Barely understand SM.
Science: Know basic xenobiology, genetics, how to upgrade machine parts, nanites to some extent. my most proficient science job being robotics; know how to build/fix/sync/subvert cyborgs, make mechs.
Supply: Know how to make money easily. As a miner I can get the station ores, can beat hiero, ash drake and BDM, but will probably die to other faunas, know what each ruin does on lavaland.
Service: Love to play as a chef and make good food for the crew, as a bartender, get the crew drunk and make some helpful drinks such as screwdriver cocktail for engineering, quadruple sec for sec, doctor’s delight for medbay. Know other service jobs pretty well.
Also know a lot about game mechanics, midround antagonists, and antagonists in general.
What are some things you’ve noticed as a player on Fulp?
See lots of new players every day, some shitters, some genuinely looking to learn the game and have fun, want to help out people who are looking to learn. thank you for coming to my ted talk