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Amorpha is the online handle of a multiple group living somewhere in the western United States. Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in geology, the group hopes to be able to enter graduate school and complete a doctorate in the subject. Apart from becoming a professional research scientist, our goals for the future include writing a novel and doing lots of traveling. Other group hobbies include designing webpages, reading, video games, anime, and studying a wide variety of interests.

Astraea are the main frontrunners of a gateway multiple system in Southern California. Members include a freelance editor of 35 years' experience and a number of HTML handcoding dilettantes. Involved in student/community radio for 18 years, they are well acquainted with many aspects of professional mediacasting. Astraea's Anthony Temple pursued a course in paralegal studies at community college, and appears to have enjoyed himself thoroughly, having maintained a 3.8 - 4.0 average and made the Dean's list twice. The group also has a bachelor's degree in English literature. Long-time avocations include comparative religion, journalism, folklore, cultural anthropology and rock history. They have never been in psychotherapy but once worked in a psychiatric clinic and recently have been in grief counseling. They enjoy classic movies, Chinese and India cuisine, good beer, and the music of Neil Young.

Rikoshi is a singlet who nonetheless deeply empathizes with plurality, and for the need of acceptance on the whole. Born and raised near Boston, he's bounced around quite a bit, including having been an English teacher in Aomori, Japan. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, trying to put his BS in Biology to good use. Among other things, he hopes to one day enter graduate school, be a research scientist, publish a novel, discover a fossil of great scientific import, have peace of mind, and maybe one day let his Irish Catholic parents know that he's gay. His hobbies include writing, reading, linguistics, psychology and sociology, Japanese culture (not just anime!), animals, and of course, that great beast of a time-sucker, the Internet.

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