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Formerly thecreeper, Creeper, and later Ryder.

An American member from Indiana, who joined on December 6, 2007. Ynnead is primarily a Chat Forum poster, with some involvement in the ASB forum. Ynnead used to be dedicated RPer, known to take on personas for an extended period, but in recent days has tried to lay off the pratice. A strong comic book enthusiast (which often gets him in fights with Mowque) and gay rights advocate, Ynnead tends to get into massive, pagelong arguments over political minutiae.Ynnead has a noted hatred of West Virginia.

He also played a major role in the Last Post Wins thread, although he neither started the thread nor won it (Ian claims that honor.

Claims to Fame

Inventor of "creeperspeak".

In his noob days he was known for a almost blind support of Obama, which led to the creation of the meme 'obama good obama win', which he now sometimes mockingly self-references. This developed into a running gag, nicknamed “creeperspeak” by the others.

His present username is the name of a deity in Warhammer 40K (and not, as Thande dyslexically thought, 'Dean NY' spelled backwards). Societies

Also a member of the UTG.

Writing for

Created AH.Com The Creepy Teen Years, but abandoned it after a few episodes for various reasons. The series has had other showrunners since then. UCS Debate

A Major member of the Greensheviks although he misspelled the name a lot at first. Politics

Former member of the Fascist Fascist Bastard Fascist Party, joining shortly after Krall established it.


Various threats of beating people to death in strange and physically impossible ways (usualy Thande).

In Fiction

Ynnead appears in the pilot episode of Snelheid as the one-off character Yves Kreep-Ryder, an parody of the thief James Ryder from the Sherlock Holmes short story The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. Ynnead's past “creeperspeak” habit gets a nod at one particular moment in the ep.

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