Byond Account: Wowheisasian
Character Name(s): Fritz Hermanns, Orion JSH, Eric Biery, B.E.A.U, B.E.A.U-O.S Version 1.1, etc…
Discord Name: VinEuro
Active hours: depends on my work shedules, but mostly in the timeframe from 3pm-11pm CET
Are you interested in becoming a mod?: perhabs in the future
How long have you played on Fulpstation?
and for good measure my TG hours, just to show my general experience in the game:
What departments are you able to be a mentor for? Can you elaborate on your experience in those departments?
Medical : I started off as a big medical main; I have memorized most essential surgeries, I can deduce what is causing damage in a patient and know how to fix that efficiently. I know what most healing meds do, when to utilize stasis beds over surgery tables (though I gotta admit I can be a bit too lazy to carry my patients to the surg tables) and what blood types are compatible.
As a virologist I know how to make a good base for beneficial viruses, how to strengthen symptomes and how to print cures of course.
Chemistry I am not that confident in, I only know how to make chems following the guides, but plumbing is something I still have to learn.
I know what paramedics are supposed to do (I only do surgeries, etc. (doctor stuff) as a paramed in emergency cases or when medbay is understaffed)
Science : Roboticist is my most played job on fulp and I know almost everything about it. Do I get bonus points for remembering that tracking beacons for mechs are a thing? No? Fair…
Genetics is also something I know how to do, and hey, I know not to give hulk out randomly!
The other science stuff (toxins, xenobio, etc.) I still have to learn.
Security : I suppose I know how to follow space law. Don’t remember ever being called Shitsec.
I know how to look for clues as a detective and compare fingerprints.
Used to play deputy a quite a bit (rip Mall Cops).
Engineering : My engineering knowledge is…meh. I know how start the basic sm set-up and fix machinery. I can also patch up holes in the station, but asking me to set up new pipes and cable connections will make me cry. Still have a lot to learn in that regard. Don’t ask me about atmos, I don’t know pipes…
Service : As cook and barkeep I know how to follow recipes and where to get ingredients.
As a botanist I know how to grow basic plants, still have to learn mutations and how to use chems to give different effects.
As a janitor I know how vital it is to keep the station clean to avoid diseases, demons and a generally disgusting looking station.
As a curator I know how to operate the newscaster and…how to use the gps to find cool stuff in space once you get bored with actually doing the job.
As mime and clown I know how NOT to be lynched by the crew.
Supply : Cargo Tech is fairly easy , so no issues on that front for me.
I have never beaten megafauna as a shaft miner, since it’s more of a chill-out job for me. I just enjoy gathering ores and exploring lavaland. Boring, I know.
Silicone : I know how to follow my laws, where a bit of flexibility can be applied in them and how to assist the humans to the best of my abilities.
I know most that is to know about being a borg and feel confident in my abilities as the AI. (sairhorn hello crew sairhorn)
Command : Don’t enjoy being command, except AI, but that hardly counts. Thus don’t have much experience in that field.
Antags : not a lot of experience in that regard either sadly.
What are some things you’ve noticed as a player on Fulp?
My first impression of the server was good, the server felt welcoming, no tiding and no murderboning. The vibe is very different to the server I was on before.
The thing I noticed and quite admire is that quite a few players have well established characters on the server, people you can recognize. I wish to be one of them too at some point.
I also noticed that a lot of the more knowledgeable players don’t mind teaching someone who is new to a mechanic the basics of it, makes my heart feel nice and warm.
I’m just giving applying a shot here, no hard feelings on my part if I don’t become a mentor yet.
That’s it folks!