Alternative History

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Name LG
TSPTF Ranking: Supreme Chancellor of the Nemit Masi
Nationality: Canadian
Ancestry: Canadian, Scottish, English, Swedish, Ukrainian
Residence: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, formerly Edmonton, Alberta
Occupation: Hopeful History Grad Student
Political views: Liberal Conservative
Political party: Alberta Party, Separation Party of Alberta, Pirate Party of Canada, or the Conservative Party
History interests:
  • History of Trade
  • Long 18th Century
  • Reading
  • Althist
  • Video Games
  • Tibia
  • RC Helos

Winner of the 2011 Stirling Award For Best Writer in a Community Timeline in 2010 StirlingAward.png Winner of the 2012 Stirling For Best TSPTF Member in 2011 StirlingAward2012.png Winner of the 2013 Stirling For Best Writer in a Community Timeline in 2012 StirlingAward2012.png Winner of the 2015 Stirling Lifetime Achievement Award in the Writer Category StirlingAward2015.png

EN - CA This user speaks Canadian English at a native level.
de-3 Diese Person hat nicht sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse.
La Hoc homo anagnostes regula Lingua Latīna.

The names LG, don't wear it out!

On another note, its from the TibiaWiki, so ignore it, lol.

I'm only really involved with 1983, though I am considering a couple ideas for my own timelines.

Have a glance at my Box.


1983: Doomsday



With Ven, along with input from others:

With Blacksky:

With Oer and Xeight:

With Arstar:

With Ben:

With Owner:

With South:

With Yank:

With Smoggy:

With Imp and Guns:


Qu'il Tous

Joint with Owner.

Venusian Haven

Map Games


I'm a Canadian from Alberta, with family throughout the Canadian Prairies, B.C., the Sudbury region of Ontario and in parts of the Northwestern USA, and Kansas. Living in OKC now with the missus.

I do hold a Bachelor's Degree in History, so watch ya backs ;) Will be starting work on a Master's soon, hopefully.

I do have some German language education, and have done Latin as well.

My specialty in history is the 1700s, mostly Europe, though I do have a large knowledge of it in general, outside of Asia and Africa.