My name is correctly spelled; Lee Carré.
I was made in the 6220s RT (1980s CE); I'm in my 4th decade.
I'm from north-west Europe.
- I have the hacker nature and attitude.
- Most things ‘tech’ and science.
- Libre-software and network-autonomy.
- Cinéma; including old(er), and non-English. Favourite, if I had to choose, is probably Contact.
I first entered Tamriel at Seyda Neen in 6244 RT (2003 CE), and have played regularly, since. From 6256 RT (2015 CE) onwards, I mostly play as a Redguard warrior, using the OpenMW engine. In total, I've probably clocked up playing-time in the region of the low-thousands of (real-time) hours.
TES3 is certainly my favourite episode of the series, as well-articulated by Why You Should Still Play Morrowind. I'm unlikely to play later games, separately; mostly because of their being proprietary and DRM-infested, especially TES5. However, I intend to make use of Project Tamriel to explore non-Morrowind provinces (Cyrodill, Skyrim, et alii) using OpenMW and with TES3's game-mechanics.