Anyway, I'm not going to apply for any specific position so much as say everything I think I'm capable of and let you guys pick and choose what you need from me (if anything).
Design: It's what I'm going to college to learn, and if my grades are any indication, I've got a knack for it. (3.75 College GPA anyone?) I'm passionate about video games and like to think I'm pretty insightful on what makes game mechanics and level design work and what makes them flop. I've played all three Legends games and think I've got a pretty good handle on the feel to the Legends games.
Coding: I know a bit of C#. I'm by no means a pro, but I've got Microsoft Visual Studio and have taken a couple introductory programming classes. I know what ints, classes, bools, strings, and all that jazz are and how to work with them, so maybe that counts for something?
I also know a bit about Unity already. I've made a small, slightly buggy game before, and I'm taking another course in it this semester so I should only learn more from here.
And I'm kinda good with RPGMaker. It's where I learned a good bit about basic scripting (conditional branches, loops, that kinda stuff). Aside from the stuff I learned from it, I don't think it'll be all that useful, though.
Story: Like a lot of people, I fancy myself a writer, and I've been told I'm pretty good. Aside from getting great grades in creative writing and honors english courses and stuff, I've spent a lot of my free time doing stuff like collaborative writing on forums (RPing, basically), and I used to have a pokemon sprite comic that people seemed to really back in high school (it stuck out because it wasn't just another retelling of one of the games, but a look at how much life sucks for the Shiny pokemon, being hunted like trophies and ostracized by their own kind for being different. Despite the subject, it was always upbeat and goofy, though).
Basically, I'd be happy to lend my ideas about the story, but I'm sure we've got plenty of folks on that already.
Art: Um...I can edit sprites pretty well (my avatar's a photoshopped Gym Leader Blue). That's about it, though. Probably not worth much.
Voice Acting: I was pretty active in my High School's Drama Club and think I'm a pretty decent actor. I've started trying my hand at voice acting recently, but I'll admit, I'm not all that good yet. I'm pretty good at getting emotion down, but not so good at coming up with believable voices for characters (Remember the Professor Barrel auditions? Say hello to Contestant #6. Yeah. Old-Man voices are hard. :C).
If you've got any characters you think could be voiced by your average 20 year old dude without having to do all sorts of funny things with his throat, I could give it a shot. I'd love to give Barret or one of the other Bright Bats a try, but I'm probably better suited to side-roles. Like "policeman" or something.
I don't have much in the way of a decent mic, but my campus has a professional grade sound-room I could probably use.
Networking: I'm going to a school full of game designers, programmers, sound artists, animators, voice actors, and artists. I've met some pretty cool people there, and pretty much everyone's on the look out for stuff to cram into their portfolios. If you tell me what kind of people you need, I may be able to find someone with the skills and free-time to lend a hand.
WELP. That's enough tooting my own horn and stuff for now. If you want samples of stuff I've done (programs, games, writing, voice acting, sprites, etc.), just lemme know and I'll try to put together a folder or something.
Also, fair warning: School (and my love of video games) tend to keep me pretty occupied. But I'm going to school to learn to make video games, so I figure this could be a great learning experience for me on top of helping to make Legends 3 a reality. Saying I'm too busy to make video games is like a baker saying he's too busy to make a few loafs.
But yeah. That doesn't mean I'll be all that efficient. I'll probably need to be yelled at and given specific deadlines to meet, otherwise I'll probably just go play Ico, Bastion, or one of my many other video games left over from the holidays.