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TwelfthEnd

SoCal ➡️ NorCal ➡️ Germany ➡️ Japan 🏠 || English 🗣 || 日本語 🗣 || Deutsch 👂 || Gaming since the early '80s || Streaming games since the early '20s

About

I'm a US born long term Japan resident by way of Germany. I've been playing games of every sort since the early 80s on many different systems. I play primarily on consoles and have focussed mostly on the Dark Souls / Bloodbourne games on stream, but I mix it up with other kinds of games as well. Feel free to call me TwelfthEnd, Twelfth, Twelve, or similar

Games Played on Stream

**Currently Playing** Uh... not sure :-) **Soon** ... **Completed Challenge Runs** [Dark Souls 3 No-Hit Any%](https://youtu.be/NuleybYBUrs) [Bloodborne No-Hit Any%](https://youtu.be/wtxjdNjmjJA) [Sekiro Shura Hitless](https://youtu.be/UW9dBK3acSI) **Completed** Bloodborne (including DLC and Platinum Trophy) Dark Souls 3 (first playthrough, including DLC and Platinum Trophy) Hades A Short Hike The First Tree Untitled Goose Game Sekiro first play through Carrion Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) Rez Infinite Bionic Commando (NES) Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link (NES) The Last Guardian (PS4) **Planned?** Dark Souls Remastered No-Hit Any% ? Dark Souls 3 SL1 No-Hit Any% ?

Schedule

I try to stick to a Monday / Wednesday / Friday night (Japan time) schedule, with occasional Saturday streams. Go-live announcements always go out on Discord and Twitter

What does TwelfthEnd mean?

In a standard 72 arrow archery competition, there are 12 ends (rounds) of 6 arrows each. The twelfth end is the final set of 6 arrows in the competition and it's often a struggle to maintain proper focus on technique rather than worry about your score

What languages do you speak?

I am generally fluent in Japanese (I passed JLPT Level 1 in 2006 for what that's worth). At this point most Japanese people ask me how long I've lived here rather than give me the standard line of praise that really means "well, at least you're trying." I lived in Germany for four years in the early 2000s and used to be fluent in German, but haven't spoken it in more than 15 years at this point. I still understand it though. I grew up in California and studied Spanish in high school and university. I had a reasonable level of understanding at the time, however that was more than 20 years ago and I haven't used it since so I make no claims to any ability to communicate at this point. At least I don't pronounce the 'h' in horchata when ordering food. ;-)

Team Hitless

Panel Content
If you're interested in no-hit challenge runs, check out the [Team Hitless Website](https://www.teamhitless.com/) and / or [Discord](https://discord.gg/4E7cSK7)