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Christ almighty what the fuck did DA even do, that black background is awful.

He's been kinda busy, though...not a whole lot given this is his so-called "year of the hero team" and of the four things he's posted about it since that blog post is a Coronavirus meme thing.

However, there is this, for anybody brave enough to stand looking at the shit site design to transcribe the crap so we can mock all of it.
Transcribed for your mocking pleasure. Archive here in case he realizes the Kiwi Farms is still watching.
If we were to treat the properties of the United States Super Soldiers as a “Hard Magic” system (for the purposes of writing and storytelling; the Super Soldiers are not LITERALLY magic, it’s simply an advanced technology that is in fact on the cusp of “Theoretically Possible” within Real-Life confines), that means their program would be bound by a series of well-defined rules. Given the “Realistic-Ish” setting, the concept of Super Soldiers is the only truly fantastical element in an otherwise grounded “Alternate History/Timeline” genre of story. This list is intended to keep the series internally consistent, and (in theory) to guide inspired future writers on any hypothetical “Fan Fiction”. And this is a list of the most specific rules currently and originally established:

#1: Making Super Soldiers takes a lot of time, a lot of money, and most importantly, it requires a particularly high tech level in order to even attempt. Specifically, the only country known to attempt this independently is the United States of America (the USA, or just America for short). While the other major players (such as Russia, China, and Japan) are at or entering the Information Age, America is noticeably entering the Automation Age, where robots, drones, self-driving cars, and particularly smart and automated computers are beginning to take over society’s norms. That’s a whole tech level ahead of the competition…specifically considering DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, basically America’s Future Tech Department) is credited for having played a massive role in inventing the GPS and the Internet we know today. Point being, for other nations to potentially field Super Soldiers, they will need to either spend years of catch-up to match America’s technological lead, or find ways to “leak” the secrets (such as by spies…extremely difficult and dangerous, but theoretically doable, with one specific example actually having been captured as a result). Plus, as of the Battle of DC (cited for June 9, 2018), the United States Super Soldiers have fielded roughly 100 individuals. Considering the inception was in 2013, that’s 5 years of research, development, prototyping, and actual expensive deployment and construction, for a small military “Company” (to use the technical term for such a body of troops on that scale). And mathematically, one Super Soldier costs on the order of 5-10 jet fighters (which also includes the salary), which is why each individual is locked into an extraordinarily long 10 year commitment. The length of service is the only way to attempt to see a return on the financial investment.

#2: Super Soldier power armor is vulnerable to EMP. The infamous Electromagnetic Pulse is best known for shorting out electronic devices that the entire modern world is fully dependent on, and this is no exception. When affected, the suit of armor feels like driving a car without power steering…not completely immobilizing, but does leave a very hindered state. Enter/exit features also fail to function without power, so this could lead to tense deaths from artillery targeting…or just being stuck at the bottom of a lake in a heavy metal tomb.

#3: The fireteams are just titles. In the future, there will be a different group of individuals on “Hero Team”, even though “Hero Team” is best known for being the first and the best. It’ll always have that reputation. For those not on a particular team, the Super Soldier is called a “Black Beret”, sometimes slang being “Lone Wolf”, as those either work alone (yes, ALONE) on the blackest of Black Ops…or sometimes lead more conventional units.

#4: Super Soldiers are not literally “Terminators”; that’s a half-truth. The truth is, they’re just humans with numerous under-the-hood upgrades. Specifically, there’s a trinity: Genetic Enhancements, Cybernetic Augmentations, and Power Armor. In theory, the genetics can be passed down from Super Soldier parents to their kids, though this is still a HIGHLY undocumented field of science, and any side effects (such as deformities or mental handicaps) are unknown. There is no scientific evidence to suggest them having kids could bring good, bad, or mixed results.

#5: Unless confirmed dead, any Super Soldiers not accounted for are ALWAYS flagged “Missing in Action”, even in the face of nuclear explosions. They are outstandingly resilient (if not stubborn and/or lucky), so a reasonable amount of faith is placed in the possibility of survival through seemingly absurd circumstances. But the truth is, Super Soldiers are not invincible; they are merely very hard to kill. In practical terms, for an even playing field against any normal human, the Super Soldier should consistently win, true, but just like in Real Life, “No plan survives contact with the enemy”, and this is not very different.

#6: Not just ANYONE can become a Super Soldier. That links back to Rule#1, given how costly they are to create. The best candidates are those with “Combat Experience / Education”, so the keyword “Education” gives civilians an IN to that path. A Black Belt in Martial Arts, or a “Distinguished Expert” credential from the National Rifle Association (NRA) are both qualifying conditions and examples of “Combat Experience / Education”. Attitude involves someone who can handle a lifestyle solely around combat…becoming a living weapon of mass destruction is definitely not for everyone (and some may even suffer unforeseen psychological trauma, that can bring about PTSD, or worst-case, cause a “Rogue Super”, which has the threat level of any natural disaster). So, given the mental criteria, it is not strange to find Super Soldiers with hardcore (and sometimes dark) fetishes. And lastly, the famous saying is true: “The first step to becoming a Super Soldier is to be a Commissioned Officer; the first step to becoming a Commissioned Officer is to earn a Bachelor’s Degree.” – This was originally not the case, with two Warrant Officers in the original Hero Team. However, not too long after, that gray-area was legislatively sealed, and those Warrant Officers were effectively promoted to Second Lieutenant, particularly after meeting other educational criteria. The Warrant Officers were part of when the Super Soldiers had not yet crystalized into the more well-defined culture as seen in the Battle of DC (or to use TVTropes’ technical term, Warrant Officers were a product of “Early Installment Weirdness”).

#7: Every Super Soldier is a combatant. NO EXCEPTIONS! There are no pacifists allowed, plain and simple. Even the medics and technicians need to operate rifles or similar small-arm weapons.

#8: The Power Armor is NOT invincible! A Rail Rifle shot (as well as particularly powerful anti-material armor-piercing rifles) can, in fact, penetrate through. Also, the Rail Rifle has a far superior amount of firepower to a normal rifle (like a railgun compared to conventional guns of equal scale)…but because of Newton’s Laws, the increased force will have an equal and opposite force…in the form of recoil that devastates normal humans, and can even shatter concrete! So, without being a Super Soldier in full Power Armor, the recoil would tear the supporting arm clean off the shoulder!

#9: This is more a "lore" matter, but strategically, Super Soldier deployment is best used for crucial events where victory is an absolute must, and enemy presence is at its maximum. Namely, they don't have the numbers of conventional forces, and therefore can't be spread across large swaths of land. So, they are best utilized when sent to storm large concentrations of enemy positions (such as forts or cities, locations of valuable resources, or anything that would involve a large-scale opposition in a tight area). So, picking where exactly they go is something the Commander (or Commander-in-Chief, should circumstances escalate to WWIII levels) will need to weigh out very carefully. When used in joint with conventional forces, the conventional forces are usually spread to cover flanks and fringes (or even be left on reserve for reinforcement, ala a very beefy "Plan B"), while letting the Super Soldier(s) handle the thick of the action.

I was inspired by this video from "Shadiversity" while writing this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eatmHz…

I wouldn't necessarily say this is too "Spoilery", but this particular document does give a nice "behind-the-curtain" look at the series I have been striving to create...plus a particularly wild British girl has given me the nudge I needed to do more plain-writing (and, more importantly, share that here). In effect, it provides "rules" for the sole fantastical element in the stories within the "Hero Team" series, keeping the workings internally consistent...and maybe helping guide hypothetical fan fiction (laughs alone in an auditorium to an imaginary audience).

Hard saying Hero Team is pure "Science Fiction" given how grounded in a Real-World Earth it is...in fact, it's mostly "Alternate Timeline / Alternate History", and I describe it as "Realistic-Ish".
 

Splendid

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Christ almighty what the fuck did DA even do, that black background is awful.

He's been kinda busy, though...not a whole lot given this is his so-called "year of the hero team" and of the four things he's posted about it since that blog post is a Coronavirus meme thing.

However, there is this, for anybody brave enough to stand looking at the shit site design to transcribe the crap so we can mock all of it.
I can transcribe the awful fucking design for you: very edgy.
 

Optimus Prime

Resident KF Transformers Expert
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Transcribed for your mocking pleasure. Archive here in case he realizes the Kiwi Farms is still watching.
If we were to treat the properties of the United States Super Soldiers as a “Hard Magic” system (for the purposes of writing and storytelling; the Super Soldiers are not LITERALLY magic, it’s simply an advanced technology that is in fact on the cusp of “Theoretically Possible” within Real-Life confines), that means their program would be bound by a series of well-defined rules. Given the “Realistic-Ish” setting, the concept of Super Soldiers is the only truly fantastical element in an otherwise grounded “Alternate History/Timeline” genre of story. This list is intended to keep the series internally consistent, and (in theory) to guide inspired future writers on any hypothetical “Fan Fiction”. And this is a list of the most specific rules currently and originally established:

#1: Making Super Soldiers takes a lot of time, a lot of money, and most importantly, it requires a particularly high tech level in order to even attempt. Specifically, the only country known to attempt this independently is the United States of America (the USA, or just America for short). While the other major players (such as Russia, China, and Japan) are at or entering the Information Age, America is noticeably entering the Automation Age, where robots, drones, self-driving cars, and particularly smart and automated computers are beginning to take over society’s norms. That’s a whole tech level ahead of the competition…specifically considering DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, basically America’s Future Tech Department) is credited for having played a massive role in inventing the GPS and the Internet we know today. Point being, for other nations to potentially field Super Soldiers, they will need to either spend years of catch-up to match America’s technological lead, or find ways to “leak” the secrets (such as by spies…extremely difficult and dangerous, but theoretically doable, with one specific example actually having been captured as a result). Plus, as of the Battle of DC (cited for June 9, 2018), the United States Super Soldiers have fielded roughly 100 individuals. Considering the inception was in 2013, that’s 5 years of research, development, prototyping, and actual expensive deployment and construction, for a small military “Company” (to use the technical term for such a body of troops on that scale). And mathematically, one Super Soldier costs on the order of 5-10 jet fighters (which also includes the salary), which is why each individual is locked into an extraordinarily long 10 year commitment. The length of service is the only way to attempt to see a return on the financial investment.

#2: Super Soldier power armor is vulnerable to EMP. The infamous Electromagnetic Pulse is best known for shorting out electronic devices that the entire modern world is fully dependent on, and this is no exception. When affected, the suit of armor feels like driving a car without power steering…not completely immobilizing, but does leave a very hindered state. Enter/exit features also fail to function without power, so this could lead to tense deaths from artillery targeting…or just being stuck at the bottom of a lake in a heavy metal tomb.

#3: The fireteams are just titles. In the future, there will be a different group of individuals on “Hero Team”, even though “Hero Team” is best known for being the first and the best. It’ll always have that reputation. For those not on a particular team, the Super Soldier is called a “Black Beret”, sometimes slang being “Lone Wolf”, as those either work alone (yes, ALONE) on the blackest of Black Ops…or sometimes lead more conventional units.

#4: Super Soldiers are not literally “Terminators”; that’s a half-truth. The truth is, they’re just humans with numerous under-the-hood upgrades. Specifically, there’s a trinity: Genetic Enhancements, Cybernetic Augmentations, and Power Armor. In theory, the genetics can be passed down from Super Soldier parents to their kids, though this is still a HIGHLY undocumented field of science, and any side effects (such as deformities or mental handicaps) are unknown. There is no scientific evidence to suggest them having kids could bring good, bad, or mixed results.

#5: Unless confirmed dead, any Super Soldiers not accounted for are ALWAYS flagged “Missing in Action”, even in the face of nuclear explosions. They are outstandingly resilient (if not stubborn and/or lucky), so a reasonable amount of faith is placed in the possibility of survival through seemingly absurd circumstances. But the truth is, Super Soldiers are not invincible; they are merely very hard to kill. In practical terms, for an even playing field against any normal human, the Super Soldier should consistently win, true, but just like in Real Life, “No plan survives contact with the enemy”, and this is not very different.

#6: Not just ANYONE can become a Super Soldier. That links back to Rule#1, given how costly they are to create. The best candidates are those with “Combat Experience / Education”, so the keyword “Education” gives civilians an IN to that path. A Black Belt in Martial Arts, or a “Distinguished Expert” credential from the National Rifle Association (NRA) are both qualifying conditions and examples of “Combat Experience / Education”. Attitude involves someone who can handle a lifestyle solely around combat…becoming a living weapon of mass destruction is definitely not for everyone (and some may even suffer unforeseen psychological trauma, that can bring about PTSD, or worst-case, cause a “Rogue Super”, which has the threat level of any natural disaster). So, given the mental criteria, it is not strange to find Super Soldiers with hardcore (and sometimes dark) fetishes. And lastly, the famous saying is true: “The first step to becoming a Super Soldier is to be a Commissioned Officer; the first step to becoming a Commissioned Officer is to earn a Bachelor’s Degree.” – This was originally not the case, with two Warrant Officers in the original Hero Team. However, not too long after, that gray-area was legislatively sealed, and those Warrant Officers were effectively promoted to Second Lieutenant, particularly after meeting other educational criteria. The Warrant Officers were part of when the Super Soldiers had not yet crystalized into the more well-defined culture as seen in the Battle of DC (or to use TVTropes’ technical term, Warrant Officers were a product of “Early Installment Weirdness”).

#7: Every Super Soldier is a combatant. NO EXCEPTIONS! There are no pacifists allowed, plain and simple. Even the medics and technicians need to operate rifles or similar small-arm weapons.

#8: The Power Armor is NOT invincible! A Rail Rifle shot (as well as particularly powerful anti-material armor-piercing rifles) can, in fact, penetrate through. Also, the Rail Rifle has a far superior amount of firepower to a normal rifle (like a railgun compared to conventional guns of equal scale)…but because of Newton’s Laws, the increased force will have an equal and opposite force…in the form of recoil that devastates normal humans, and can even shatter concrete! So, without being a Super Soldier in full Power Armor, the recoil would tear the supporting arm clean off the shoulder!

#9: This is more a "lore" matter, but strategically, Super Soldier deployment is best used for crucial events where victory is an absolute must, and enemy presence is at its maximum. Namely, they don't have the numbers of conventional forces, and therefore can't be spread across large swaths of land. So, they are best utilized when sent to storm large concentrations of enemy positions (such as forts or cities, locations of valuable resources, or anything that would involve a large-scale opposition in a tight area). So, picking where exactly they go is something the Commander (or Commander-in-Chief, should circumstances escalate to WWIII levels) will need to weigh out very carefully. When used in joint with conventional forces, the conventional forces are usually spread to cover flanks and fringes (or even be left on reserve for reinforcement, ala a very beefy "Plan B"), while letting the Super Soldier(s) handle the thick of the action.

I was inspired by this video from "Shadiversity" while writing this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eatmHz…

I wouldn't necessarily say this is too "Spoilery", but this particular document does give a nice "behind-the-curtain" look at the series I have been striving to create...plus a particularly wild British girl has given me the nudge I needed to do more plain-writing (and, more importantly, share that here). In effect, it provides "rules" for the sole fantastical element in the stories within the "Hero Team" series, keeping the workings internally consistent...and maybe helping guide hypothetical fan fiction (laughs alone in an auditorium to an imaginary audience).

Hard saying Hero Team is pure "Science Fiction" given how grounded in a Real-World Earth it is...in fact, it's mostly "Alternate Timeline / Alternate History", and I describe it as "Realistic-Ish".
I'd have to dig through this with a fine tooth comb but I would bet good money a lot of this is, naturally, him ripping off MJLONIR series Power Armor and the SPARTAN Super Soldier program from HALO, since of course that was one of his early loves and references for Hero Team.
 

Jason_Vermouth

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Read up on this guy again from his DeviantArt and here. Well appears that he never really changed at all. Don't think whatever this was pointed here or not, but he became active on his Twitter again. Myself and a friend followed him days ago, so I guess he figured out the block and only select hand few confirmed follower features. I do have the original links and some Discord caches though. Primarly just make up of asking Gearbox and 2K to release X-Com 3, some X-Com knock off fanart, some replies to the Trump and Bernie. Those had to deal with telling people to take a "staycation" over the Coronavirus situation.
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MerriedxReldnahc

World's Okay-est Proctologist
True & Honest Fan
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Our boy has some new comics happening! Or at least one page.
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Here is his description:
Once upon a time, there was this game called Firefall. And it was AWESOME! And because I like getting in-character, I came up with a character under the handle of ARES 5-5 (the player character would be named ARES 3-5, so since EVERYONE was ARES 3-5, I had to later write around that detail), named Angel. The story was supposed to take place across the Earth, going through the infestation of an alien-thing calling itself "Chosen" (NOT to be confused with "The Chosen" as seen in recent XCOM games). And the specific story I was writing here was about, as the title would say, an "All-In-One", which was based on a particular item category you can loot for your power armor that'd give one of multiple benefits (very either-or)...so obviously, throw in a mythical/over-powered one that'd give ALL the benefits. Along the way she'd meet a handful of colorful characters (including a fellow partner in the ARES initiative, and an eccentric pilot whose visual design was practically parodying Goku). A bit like Hero Team, there was going to be kicking ass and a bit of making love (even though the technical term I had planned for this particular series would be "friends-with-benefits", or as Ben "Yhatzee" Crowhaw describes on one "Let's Drown Out" episode, "Sex Interest").

Angel's character had a bit of developing as well, with her parents stuck on the Arclight ship (which could be seen crashed off-shore, and she'd visit in a later page of "Quest for the All-In-One"), and that tragedy is what forced her to leave her home and join the ARES initiative - not just because of kicking ass to avenge the tragedy, but more rather because she had no practical way of paying the big bills her parents could provide. There's definitely a playfulness with her character (and it's a bit of a secret with her that she's "a taker", kind of like Amanda from Hero Team but not nearly as extreme as Hero 2); plus, as described above, she isn't averse to recreational "casual sex". I believe the story was set around Copacabana, around the beaches (and rainforests) of South America. I definitely remember Copacabana, as the song "Copacabana" was referenced in a later page featuring Angel surfing (and yes, surfing WAS once implemented into Firefall as an April Fools joke).

Some adventures ensued, until I lost the drive to draw this, and finish the story. A year or so later, and Firefall dies. Not for narrative reasons, but for lack of better wording, for corporate reasons. A "spiritual successor" has been planned, and that thing is basically taking "baby steps". But Angel herself lives on by way of interdimensional travels (the same metaphysical wizardry that makes "crossovers" possible
;)
). As for the people she met, it's safe to assume that IF they weren't consumed by the purple fog which births the "Chosen" of Firefall lore (or the "Red Dots" as exhibited by this very page - fun-fact, those "Red Dots" are now why I get scared of falling off-the-edge in a video game), they are definitely marked as "Missing in Action". For all in-character references whenever you'd see her, the compilation of experiences (from backstory to this comic series) is all collectively referred to as "Operation Firefall", which is marked as a catastrophic failure that left Angel earmarked with the distinction of "Sole Survivor". Should she ever make a cameo in the Hero Team universe, that is the very portfolio/resume that would induct her into the United States Super Soldiers...after immigrating north to the USA, of course.

If you have any questions for Angel the character, or myself as the writer of said character, please leave a comment below - or find some other way to reach out to me.

I drew this, many years ago. Firefall belongs to...I really don't know, it's a DEAD GAME now (Ross from "Accursed Farms" had better add this to his casualty list of "DEAD GAMES"), and that's one of the reasons it's safe to "Declassify" this drawing. Bad people can't stalk me to a game that no longer exists.

Enjoy. Semper Bellum!
 

Ruin

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Our boy has some new comics happening! Or at least one page.
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Here is his description:
Once upon a time, there was this game called Firefall. And it was AWESOME! And because I like getting in-character, I came up with a character under the handle of ARES 5-5 (the player character would be named ARES 3-5, so since EVERYONE was ARES 3-5, I had to later write around that detail), named Angel. The story was supposed to take place across the Earth, going through the infestation of an alien-thing calling itself "Chosen" (NOT to be confused with "The Chosen" as seen in recent XCOM games). And the specific story I was writing here was about, as the title would say, an "All-In-One", which was based on a particular item category you can loot for your power armor that'd give one of multiple benefits (very either-or)...so obviously, throw in a mythical/over-powered one that'd give ALL the benefits. Along the way she'd meet a handful of colorful characters (including a fellow partner in the ARES initiative, and an eccentric pilot whose visual design was practically parodying Goku). A bit like Hero Team, there was going to be kicking ass and a bit of making love (even though the technical term I had planned for this particular series would be "friends-with-benefits", or as Ben "Yhatzee" Crowhaw describes on one "Let's Drown Out" episode, "Sex Interest").

Angel's character had a bit of developing as well, with her parents stuck on the Arclight ship (which could be seen crashed off-shore, and she'd visit in a later page of "Quest for the All-In-One"), and that tragedy is what forced her to leave her home and join the ARES initiative - not just because of kicking ass to avenge the tragedy, but more rather because she had no practical way of paying the big bills her parents could provide. There's definitely a playfulness with her character (and it's a bit of a secret with her that she's "a taker", kind of like Amanda from Hero Team but not nearly as extreme as Hero 2); plus, as described above, she isn't averse to recreational "casual sex". I believe the story was set around Copacabana, around the beaches (and rainforests) of South America. I definitely remember Copacabana, as the song "Copacabana" was referenced in a later page featuring Angel surfing (and yes, surfing WAS once implemented into Firefall as an April Fools joke).

Some adventures ensued, until I lost the drive to draw this, and finish the story. A year or so later, and Firefall dies. Not for narrative reasons, but for lack of better wording, for corporate reasons. A "spiritual successor" has been planned, and that thing is basically taking "baby steps". But Angel herself lives on by way of interdimensional travels (the same metaphysical wizardry that makes "crossovers" possible
;)
). As for the people she met, it's safe to assume that IF they weren't consumed by the purple fog which births the "Chosen" of Firefall lore (or the "Red Dots" as exhibited by this very page - fun-fact, those "Red Dots" are now why I get scared of falling off-the-edge in a video game), they are definitely marked as "Missing in Action". For all in-character references whenever you'd see her, the compilation of experiences (from backstory to this comic series) is all collectively referred to as "Operation Firefall", which is marked as a catastrophic failure that left Angel earmarked with the distinction of "Sole Survivor". Should she ever make a cameo in the Hero Team universe, that is the very portfolio/resume that would induct her into the United States Super Soldiers...after immigrating north to the USA, of course.

If you have any questions for Angel the character, or myself as the writer of said character, please leave a comment below - or find some other way to reach out to me.

I drew this, many years ago. Firefall belongs to...I really don't know, it's a DEAD GAME now (Ross from "Accursed Farms" had better add this to his casualty list of "DEAD GAMES"), and that's one of the reasons it's safe to "Declassify" this drawing. Bad people can't stalk me to a game that no longer exists.

Enjoy. Semper Bellum!
He's like 30 now right? Well on his way to becoming CWC 2.0
 

Phil Ken Sebben

The Potato Whisperer.
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He's like 30 now right? Well on his way to becoming CWC 2.0
Yeah but one thing that the Tinfoil Knave has over CWC is Jay actually did have a job. Sure it was shitty and I don't think he lasted long but he's not pinning all his hopes on his creation. Sure, his whole comic is autistic as fuck, but he's at least got a touch of sense to him. Just a touch mind you. He's still a sped.
 

Sexy Senior Citizen

What's the big deal? It's called a fetish!
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Yeah but one thing that the Tinfoil Knave has over CWC is Jay actually did have a job. Sure it was shitty and I don't think he lasted long but he's not pinning all his hopes on his creation. Sure, his whole comic is autistic as fuck, but he's at least got a touch of sense to him. Just a touch mind you. He's still a sped.
CWC had a job at Wendy's (for three months). What job did Jay have?
 

Phil Ken Sebben

The Potato Whisperer.
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CWC had a job at Wendy's (for three months). What job did Jay have?
He worked for some computer repair place that drove from site to site and he complained about having trouble finding parking. His "dream job" was working at "Geek Squad" at Best buy. And he had a couple things before then, but mostly unskilled from what I remember. The computer job I seem to recall was his first "real" job. He was so excited that he had gotten his A+ technical certification from... somewhere.

It's basically a bullshit certification and just means you know computer hardware and a bit of OS software. Anybody that can build a PC from a box of parts, successfully install an OS and configure it properly is practically A+ certified.
 

Picklechu

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He worked for some computer repair place that drove from site to site and he complained about having trouble finding parking. His "dream job" was working at "Geek Squad" at Best buy. And he had a couple things before then, but mostly unskilled from what I remember. The computer job I seem to recall was his first "real" job. He was so excited that he had gotten his A+ technical certification from... somewhere.

It's basically a bullshit certification and just means you know computer hardware and a bit of OS software. Anybody that can build a PC from a box of parts, successfully install an OS and configure it properly is practically A+ certified.
He also worked at a gun range or something like that more recently.
 

MysticMisty

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His "dream job" was working at "Geek Squad" at Best buy.
That was his old dream job. His more recent dream job (don't know if it's still current, but maybe) is working for Border Patrol. Given that Jay is openly sociopathic and racist it's not hard to figure out why he wanted that specific job, but obviously he failed to even get an interview.
 

Optimus Prime

Resident KF Transformers Expert
kiwifarms.net
Our boy has some new comics happening! Or at least one page.
View attachment 1547701

Here is his description:
Once upon a time, there was this game called Firefall. And it was AWESOME! And because I like getting in-character, I came up with a character under the handle of ARES 5-5 (the player character would be named ARES 3-5, so since EVERYONE was ARES 3-5, I had to later write around that detail), named Angel. The story was supposed to take place across the Earth, going through the infestation of an alien-thing calling itself "Chosen" (NOT to be confused with "The Chosen" as seen in recent XCOM games). And the specific story I was writing here was about, as the title would say, an "All-In-One", which was based on a particular item category you can loot for your power armor that'd give one of multiple benefits (very either-or)...so obviously, throw in a mythical/over-powered one that'd give ALL the benefits. Along the way she'd meet a handful of colorful characters (including a fellow partner in the ARES initiative, and an eccentric pilot whose visual design was practically parodying Goku). A bit like Hero Team, there was going to be kicking ass and a bit of making love (even though the technical term I had planned for this particular series would be "friends-with-benefits", or as Ben "Yhatzee" Crowhaw describes on one "Let's Drown Out" episode, "Sex Interest").

Angel's character had a bit of developing as well, with her parents stuck on the Arclight ship (which could be seen crashed off-shore, and she'd visit in a later page of "Quest for the All-In-One"), and that tragedy is what forced her to leave her home and join the ARES initiative - not just because of kicking ass to avenge the tragedy, but more rather because she had no practical way of paying the big bills her parents could provide. There's definitely a playfulness with her character (and it's a bit of a secret with her that she's "a taker", kind of like Amanda from Hero Team but not nearly as extreme as Hero 2); plus, as described above, she isn't averse to recreational "casual sex". I believe the story was set around Copacabana, around the beaches (and rainforests) of South America. I definitely remember Copacabana, as the song "Copacabana" was referenced in a later page featuring Angel surfing (and yes, surfing WAS once implemented into Firefall as an April Fools joke).

Some adventures ensued, until I lost the drive to draw this, and finish the story. A year or so later, and Firefall dies. Not for narrative reasons, but for lack of better wording, for corporate reasons. A "spiritual successor" has been planned, and that thing is basically taking "baby steps". But Angel herself lives on by way of interdimensional travels (the same metaphysical wizardry that makes "crossovers" possible
;)
). As for the people she met, it's safe to assume that IF they weren't consumed by the purple fog which births the "Chosen" of Firefall lore (or the "Red Dots" as exhibited by this very page - fun-fact, those "Red Dots" are now why I get scared of falling off-the-edge in a video game), they are definitely marked as "Missing in Action". For all in-character references whenever you'd see her, the compilation of experiences (from backstory to this comic series) is all collectively referred to as "Operation Firefall", which is marked as a catastrophic failure that left Angel earmarked with the distinction of "Sole Survivor". Should she ever make a cameo in the Hero Team universe, that is the very portfolio/resume that would induct her into the United States Super Soldiers...after immigrating north to the USA, of course.

If you have any questions for Angel the character, or myself as the writer of said character, please leave a comment below - or find some other way to reach out to me.

I drew this, many years ago. Firefall belongs to...I really don't know, it's a DEAD GAME now (Ross from "Accursed Farms" had better add this to his casualty list of "DEAD GAMES"), and that's one of the reasons it's safe to "Declassify" this drawing. Bad people can't stalk me to a game that no longer exists.

Enjoy. Semper Bellum!
Ah, Firefall.

For those wondering? It was a bunch of ex-Blizzard devs who went off to create what was really a hard sci-fi version of World of Warcraft with laser guns.

It wasn't that great. And amusingly, if he's referencing Copacabana as a major place? That's the town you start in and you are NOT expected to remain there long as the level progression system drives you inland. Which means he sucked at the game, too.

Also, of course he can't help but reference how this Angel character is so down for recreational sex.
 
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Ah, Firefall.

For those wondering? It was a bunch of ex-Blizzard devs who went off to create what was really a hard sci-fi version of World of Warcraft with laser guns.

It wasn't that great. And amusingly, if he's referencing Copacabana as a major place? That's the town you start in and you are NOT expected to remain there long as the level progression system drives you inland. Which means he sucked at the game, too.

Also, of course he can't help but reference how this Angel character is so down for recreational sex.
If you’re gonna make a comic about sex, learn how to make your characters look like adults!

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I'd have to dig through this with a fine tooth comb but I would bet good money a lot of this is, naturally, him ripping off MJLONIR series Power Armor and the SPARTAN Super Soldier program from HALO, since of course that was one of his early loves and references for Hero Team.
He fucking dismantled his own shit.
 

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I stumbled upon this gem of a thread when my wife and I were talking about Jay and I decided to see if I could find out what he was up to. I worked for a tech company where he was employed through a social program for Autistic people. I was lucky enough to be Jays supervisor. When I first met Jay I immediately knew he was off and was informed that he was Autistic. (I should note that I have nothing against people with disabilities but Jay had no business working for this company, and actually is part of the reason I am no longer there.) Everything that I read here screams Jay Geis, and I can confirm that he looks the same as the pictures posted. (or at least he did the last time I had seen him which was sometime in January 2020.) He would always be working on his comics and drawing instead of working and would play screamo metal music as loud as he could, which would result in the whole office getting pissed. Jay would also bring in his plush daughters (scarlet and violet.) who he would constantly say how cute they are. One time he told me that scarlet was so cute that if she were not his daughter he would like to have sex with her. Also a little back story on them. Their real mother is named "Wendy" but she was a bitch so they dont see her anymore. Jay had picture of his daughters all over his workspace and would bring them into work. I told him he had to stop bringing them to the office since he would not stop talking to them and giggling really loudly. From what I gathered in talking with Jay and reviewing his work history, he did not work in a gun shop, he did however work for geek squad prior to working at the MSP we worked for. Jay did like guns and I was very surprised to learn that he would go shooting with his Dad. I was also surprised that he had a license and drives a 99 Camero. Jay would often bring up socially inappropriate topics at work and on client sites (not my choice to let him go to client sites) such as the Christmas incident. He would also print and pass out pages of his drawing which were incredibly inappropriate, and honestly made me question if he should be committed. One in particular was a drawing of scarlet diddling herself while they were at the beach because she seen the golden knight without his armor. At any rate I could go on and on about Jay but it was just wild to see a site that has over 300 pages of conversation about Jay going back to 2014. I really just came here to confirm a few things.


1. He is still alive or was as of Jan 2020.
2. He is admittedly a"Kiss-less virgin, who has never had a girlfriend" and never spoke of a heather that I can recall.
3. He has super high standards for a "soul partner" and is always asking people to introduce him to girls or find him a gf. (Yes he asked clients )
4. He is autistic
5. He still has the mullet.
6. He has not had a DUI and does not drink. He actually called everyone at an office party (where beer was provided) something along the lines of morally weak. (cannot remember exact wording.)
7. Is a nice dude when he wants to be but otherwise is a total dick,
8. The plush dolls did have stains but cannot confirm the nature of their origin.
9.Did graduate HS and has an AA in cinematography or some shit from Towson University.

I have spent too much time over the past 2 days reading all this and need to get some work done, but please feel free to AMA about my interactions with Jay and I will try to respond when I can. Thank you all for the lulz.
 

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I stumbled upon this gem of a thread when my wife and I were talking about Jay and I decided to see if I could find out what he was up to. I worked for a tech company where he was employed through a social program for Autistic people. I was lucky enough to be Jays supervisor. When I first met Jay I immediately knew he was off and was informed that he was Autistic. (I should note that I have nothing against people with disabilities but Jay had no business working for this company, and actually is part of the reason I am no longer there.) Everything that I read here screams Jay Geis, and I can confirm that he looks the same as the pictures posted. (or at least he did the last time I had seen him which was sometime in January 2020.) He would always be working on his comics and drawing instead of working and would play screamo metal music as loud as he could, which would result in the whole office getting pissed. Jay would also bring in his plush daughters (scarlet and violet.) who he would constantly say how cute they are. One time he told me that scarlet was so cute that if she were not his daughter he would like to have sex with her. Also a little back story on them. Their real mother is named "Wendy" but she was a bitch so they dont see her anymore. Jay had picture of his daughters all over his workspace and would bring them into work. I told him he had to stop bringing them to the office since he would not stop talking to them and giggling really loudly. From what I gathered in talking with Jay and reviewing his work history, he did not work in a gun shop, he did however work for geek squad prior to working at the MSP we worked for. Jay did like guns and I was very surprised to learn that he would go shooting with his Dad. I was also surprised that he had a license and drives a 99 Camero. Jay would often bring up socially inappropriate topics at work and on client sites (not my choice to let him go to client sites) such as the Christmas incident. He would also print and pass out pages of his drawing which were incredibly inappropriate, and honestly made me question if he should be committed. One in particular was a drawing of scarlet diddling herself while they were at the beach because she seen the golden knight without his armor. At any rate I could go on and on about Jay but it was just wild to see a site that has over 300 pages of conversation about Jay going back to 2014. I really just came here to confirm a few things.


1. He is still alive or was as of Jan 2020.
2. He is admittedly a"Kiss-less virgin, who has never had a girlfriend" and never spoke of a heather that I can recall.
3. He has super high standards for a "soul partner" and is always asking people to introduce him to girls or find him a gf. (Yes he asked clients )
4. He is autistic
5. He still has the mullet.
6. He has not had a DUI and does not drink. He actually called everyone at an office party (where beer was provided) something along the lines of morally weak. (cannot remember exact wording.)
7. Is a nice dude when he wants to be but otherwise is a total dick,
8. The plush dolls did have stains but cannot confirm the nature of their origin.
9.Did graduate HS and has an AA in cinematography or some shit from Towson University.

I have spent too much time over the past 2 days reading all this and need to get some work done, but please feel free to AMA about my interactions with Jay and I will try to respond when I can. Thank you all for the lulz.
How long did it take for him to start bringing in all his autistic shit? Was he able to hold it together for the first few days on the job or was he bringing in his comics and plushes from day one?
 

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How long did it take for him to start bringing in all his autistic shit? Was he able to hold it together for the first few days on the job or was he bringing in his comics and plushes from day one?
So he actually started working there before me, but yes, from what I was told he did bring in his plushies from day one and was told that he was only allowed to bring it in on Fridays and the quarterly maintenance period which would be a Saturday or Sunday. He was then banned from bringing them in entirely but when I started he was super anxious and over the top with his emotions so I let him bring one in one time a week. The art was there from day one and no matter how hard we tried to stop him from working on it or listening to his screaming death metal music, he would find a way to keep drawing / listening to it. I could not leave him alone unsupervised because it would always result in him drawing and then passing out his art and listening to that fucking music. We were actually discussing blocking his internet access but the owner did not want Jay to never be able to listen to his music as it was a coping mechanism for him.