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degeneratequinn:
registered on 2017-01-12 02:34:01 am.
 
Gender: female
Location: Rhode Island, USA
Hi! My name is Jaymee. I play Street Fighter 5 competitively and now I wanna try my hand at speedrunning! I really wanna try speedrunning Silent Hill 3 since it's my favorite video game of all time. I've attempted trying to one up my personal best time (which was about 3 hours and some change), but of course this was during a time when the internet was pretty much only for rich people. Anyways, nice to meet you all and I hope I can find some other fellow Silent Hill (or SF5) players!
butterslacks:
registered on 2017-01-12 04:24:50 pm.
 
Gender: male
Location: Ireland
Hey folks what's up I've only been exposed to the speed gaming community since SGDQ 2014, I'd like to get involved myself but personally have no idea where to begin from and would appreciate any and all help I could get to start speed running
beaujim:
registered on 2017-01-12 02:50:53 am.
 
Gender: male
Hi.  I have known about the community for several years, but never really had much interest in it until I stumbled across some of the older GDQ videos on youtube a few months ago.  I have been lurking ever since.  Watching AGDQ live for the first time made me decide to finally create an account.  I currently only have the hardware to run PC games (in a SDA acceptable capacity at least), as I no longer own any functional consoles or handhelds.

I think what had kept me away for so long was the idea that everything must be sacrificed for time, and for a vast majority of games, completing them as fast as possible is rarely the goal, so that kept me away for such a long time, but with my interest spiked by the youtube GDQ videos I learned that there is more to speed running than just how quickly you complete the game.  Though I enjoy watching good Any% runs, I am not really interested in learning or running them myself.  However, I am interested in other categories, such as:  glitchless, no warps, 100% etc especially if the game is actually designed to be completed as quickly as possible.
LightningFox:
registered on 2017-01-13 06:47:00 pm.
 
Hey everyone, long time watcher of the GDQ events, though mostly through the archives. Hoping to start getting to see the events live, get involved with donating and become a member of the speedrunning community here. It's something I've always been interested in, but only really got around to get involved in now.
wickeddram:
registered on 2017-01-16 11:13:13 am.
 
Gender: male
Hey, I'm wickeddram and I actually have some free time right now and I'm going to use it to try speedrunning some of the stranger games I played as a kid.  Most of these are on the gameboy advance and will probably be a mistake.
ZeRoc:
registered on 2017-01-17 02:16:49 am.
 
Gender: male
Location: USA
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ZeRoc: 2017-01-17 02:36:42 am
Hello guys, I'm ZeRoc (Zee-rock), real name Zach. I've been meaning to get into speed running for some time. After seeing this most recent AGDQ, I've finally decided to get serious about it. The game I'm most interested in speed running at the moment is Star Fox Zero for the Wii U. Given its mostly on-the-rails nature, it's tricky to do exceptionally faster than normal, but optimizations are going to be everything. (Currently got arcade mode to 38:54, but I'm gonna be working to get that down as much as possible.) I don't have the gear to start recording it quite yet, but hey, baby steps.
MannyKun:
registered on 2017-01-21 02:17:29 pm.
 
Gender: female
im manny D: nyah~