Verbal Kint is a Spy Battle Player. He is now also known as Texas Toast in Star Pirates.
He kept 3 journals in these games.
The first was a detailed Spy Battle Ascension Journal.
The second was a less detailed Star Pirates Referral Journal that followed the basic details about his first 5 weeks in Star Pirates. He reached Ascension in 38 days.
The third is a detailed Star Pirates Ascension Journal which is still a work in progress.
He was introduced to the game by Keyser Soze, a friend and coworker, on April 28, 2009.
He has had a lot of fun, first as a player, then as the faction leader of the Usual Suspects, and then in the Mafia Games that Gamesmaster / Fireweaver began putting on in the forums.
He signed up for the Wiki to keep track of his Ascension Journal so that he could let everybody know his experiences as he progressed through Ascension.
After finishing Ascension, he was ready for a new challenge and so he decided to join Star Pirates under the name Texas Toast on March 01, 2011 off of Streeclaw's referral. To be completely honest, he bid his referral out to get some good starting capital with the understanding that he would get as many levels as possible in the first month.
Streeclaw did not win the referral contest, although Texas Toast did a good job and made level 37 before the end of the month, and hit level 40 within 5 weeks. Unfortunately, he basically took a week off from the game for a short vacation and then getting sick and not logging in as often as usual, so he wasn't able to expose the referral bug where a user would lose referral ballots if the person went into Ascension. You can read about his exploits in his Referral Journal, which isn't nearly as detailed as his Ascension Journals but captures the basics.
Once he hit level 40 in Star Pirates, Texas Toast decided to head straight into Ascension so that he could stay there as long as he wanted without missing out on much in the way of leveling or researching opportunities back in our Solar System. He wasn't going to, but decided to keep another Ascension Journal so that the two game experiences could be compared. Fair warning, though, that while it will be even more detailed, it may not be quite as meticulously kept so if a day gets missed it won't be a big deal, especially once the mission itself is beaten and he just starts to hang out looking for missing protocols.