A college student at Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan. I joined robocode in early 2006 and have been making bots on and off since then. I tend to get distracted easily, and sometimes may disappear for days at a time, but have generally always come back. Atleast for the community.
- Seraphim - A robot that I made in an attempt to race for 2000, it lost, but is still my best robot to date.
- Prototype - A robot that uses at this point a Nueral Network gun and Seraphim's movement.
- Velshea - Amoung my first wave-surfers, still in the arena, but not ranked to highly.
My Retired Bots
- Tyrra - My first surfer that used the pluggable system.
- Beowulf - Retired shortly after release, first surfer to surf multiple waves. Simplistic targeting.
- MirrorMaster - The first bot I ever entered into the rumble. Used a simple mirror movement and a simple gf gun.
- AiayJabitW - The first bot I ever made, entered for a short time in the rumble, was a anti-gravity movement based off DustBunny.
- AiayHaiku - The haiku version of AiayJabitW, very short lifespan aswell.
- Grudge - My first melee bot, used a gf gun, and poor Minimum Risk Movement, it focused on the bots in the battle in the same order every time, the first know robot to use this type of melee system.
- EvilDrone - A nanobot and a curiousity at best, from the short period of time where bots could statically modify internal robocode classes.
These are bots I planned to make but never quite made it.
- Caffeine - A robot that was suppose to use a DC Surfing Movement and a Single-Tick Pattern Gun.
- Genesis - Dispite making it to the arena, its at best vapour. Uses mix of Minimum-Risk Movement and Surfing to achieve a very unique way to not dodge bullets.
I have put considerable work into strange projects that never get finished, such as Neural Network guns and k-type clustering (which was pointless).