MemphisHU joined eRepublik on the Day 1529 of the New World.
Summary of his eLife
MemphisHU was born in Hungary. He was a congress member 11 times (between March 2012 and September 2013) and one more time later on. He also reformed the total Hungarian journalism, and has been the Party President offor a long time.
Early eLife, Journalism
On the day 1558 he acquired his first Super Soldier medal and founded a newspaper, called "IT World". He published articles about HTML-programming. On the Day 1592, he started a scientific competition. After all, he realized that he will never be a famous journalist with this type of articles.
On the Day 1635 he changed the name of the newspaper to "Memphis MellMagazin" (Breast-magazine of Memphis) and published an anime girl with big breasts, then his career started. He posted girls every day and got 30-70 votes to every article. The number of the votes were increasing constantly but stayed under 100.
The break came on the Day 1815: the top5 article had 67 votes, Memphis got above this with the daily girl, and the Hungarian people met his newspaper. Since this point, the articles were in the Top5 (Top1 the most times), and he reached the Media Mogul medal.
The 100th, special-edition was reported by the user "Ostenburg Moravek Gyula", and a moderator (probably ChanOP) deleted it. Pursuant to the eRepublik Laws the delete was unsubstantiated. Because of this event, MemphisHU retired from the journalism.
After his retiring, lots of new and beginner journalists made newspapers with breasts, but no one could reach a success like MemphisHU's.
The official (accepted by MemphisHU) sequel of Memphis Mellmagazin is the Daily Muff'in by fabyzol.
After the MM
Before the newspaper was closed, MemphisHU became the Party President of(MLP), the Top1 party of Hungary. After his journalist-era, he became a very active politician and the leader of the "MLP" fraction in the Hungarian Congress.
He got tired, and on the elections of Day 2127 he passed over his Party Presidency and Congress Membership to Malwin Hun. He continued to serve in the military unit Magyar Légió as the captain of the regiment 126.