About me: ScarletDragon4000
Hey Dudes (and Dudettes)!
For Internet safety reasons, just call me Piper.
I have been a Lego fan since I was born- they are the first toys I can remember, my siblings and I "inherited" them from my dad. My first model was an understandibly crude plane I called "Champion 3". I am currently working on some SMA videos - will upload when finished!
When I'm not with the bricks, I like longboarding, music, computers (I miss LU! At least we have LDD) reading, and art.
See ya!
PIPER

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