I make Minecraft Mods. You can find which ones I make up there in the pink bar. I’ve been modding since beta 1.5, though I only really started doing it properly in beta 1.7.

My life goal is to be a successful game developer and/or designer, so I’m working towards that as I go.

I like to collect stuff, particularly Yu-gi-oh! cards and Nendoroid figures. I like listening to J-Pop and Vocaloid music. I stream development on twitch now and then. I have >opinions.


Q: Are you male or female?
A: Male. If you want a pronoun to use: He/Him/She/Her/They/Them. I really don’t care, honestly, use what you prefer. If IRL, He/Him because it’s confusing otherwise. Don’t be a jerk and attempt to correct someone on it, that creates unnecessary arguing. There’s no need to be a jerk.

Q: How many times are you going to change that last question?
A: As many as I want to til it feels accurate enough.

Q: How old are you?
A: 20 right now. Born November 22nd. Remind me to update this next year.

Q: What degree do you have?
A: Currently studying Computer Science.

Q: Where do you live?
A: Portugal.

Q: Where in Portugal?
A: O-oooooooooo AAAAE-A-A-I-A-U- JO-oooooooooooo AAE-O-A-A-U-U-A- E-eee-ee-eee AAAAE-A-E-I-E-A- JO-ooo-oo-oo-oo EEEEO-A-AAA-AAAA

Q: What software do you use to make mods?
A: Eclipse, Photoshop, SourceTree. Sublime Text.

Q: How did you learn to code?
A: Mostly trial and error, and some tutorial watching too. If you want to learn coding I recommend thenewboston.com.

Q: How did you learn to mod?
A: Watched a few “basic” tutorials on your typical basic things, like an item or a block. From there it was just experimentation. The best way to learn how to do something is to know what you want to do. The best way to figure out how to do specific things is to copy other things that do it. For example, I learned how to make an item that does something when you right click a block by finding the ItemHoe class and copying the method for it.
I can’t really recommend any tutorials, so don’t ask for that. This was back in 2011.

Q: Can you teach me how to code/make mods?
A: Personal tutoring is completely out of the question, it takes too much time, time that I don’t have. Plus, I get irritated really quickly, so you wouldn’t want me as a teacher anyway.

Q: I want to add you on skype, do you have it?
A: I don’t add random people on skype, if I want your skype, I ask. If you would like to say something to me, there’s a contact section up there.

Q: Are you for hire?
A: Depends on the offer. You can find my contact on the Contact section up there. If you’re going to make an offer, throw in all the details upfront, please.

Q: Do you stream your development?
A: Yup, you can find it on my Twitch channel when I feel like it. I also play games too!

Q: What’s in your computer?
A: So I don’t have to have duplicated info, check my Twitch channel (link on the question above), I have a specs panel there.

Q: Can I use your mod in my modpack?
A: All my threads have a “License” section, in that section, modpack guidance is there. If you’re on CurseForge, check on the right, below the download counter. The general answer is yes, but you may want to look at that anyway.

Q: Are you on Forgecraft?
A: Yes, but I don’t play there.

Q: Can you join my mod team?
A: No, currently I’m not accepting invitations to mod teams.

Q: I got blocked from your twitter/twitch/youtube/whatever, WHY!?!
A: I block people somewhat liberally. Chances are if you got blocked you were either being rude or annoying in general and I wasn’t interested in putting up with you. No, you can’t appeal this. If you try to circumvent it by going on another medium and ask why you got blocked you’ll get blocked there too.

Q: uwotm8?
A: uwotm8