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Slash  

Ex member of :
Celtic (1990 -> 1990), Mystic
Functions :
Co-Organizer, Coder, Diskmag Editor

Trivia :
Was Slash from Mystic, but there was another Slash in TDU, so it was changed to Cyanide when he was in Mystic.
Probably influenced by Guns n Roses at the time.

*update*
Wasn't Guns & Roses. Bendigo was a small mining town, they use Cyanide to dissolve gold from the crushed ore.

*update*
He preferred Metallica over GNR so the above comment is probably correct.

Editor of the first issue of Crisis #1.

I think he was the editor for the the first 3-4 issues of the disk mag, I don't remember.
Had great presentation skills, and would often make me change colours and effects in demos back then.
His first group was Celtic, with his real life cousin, Zentradi.


Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Cyanide(Currently used handle)

Country :
Australia

Credits :
DownloadMystic Review #1 by Mystic ...  1991 Diskmag  (Code, Text)
DownloadCrisis #1 by Mystic ...  1990 Diskmag  (Code, Graphics, Text, Charset)
DownloadTurbo by Mystic ...  ???? One-File Demo  (Code, Text)

User ratings :  
As Co-Organizer:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
As Coder:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
As Diskmag Editor:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)
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