Hi, guys; you may or may not know me, but I'm Kuramastrass. I'm an aspiring writer who writes fanfictions because... well, to be honest, because I'm addicted to it (and I seriously have nothing better to do with my life). Now that I've actually started on some original writing, I think of fanfiction more as a hobby (though an overwhelming, life-dominating one). Generally, I use it as a character exercise. (See "I am the Prince of the Saiyans" and "Dear Uncle Press".)
I suppose the first thing that you should know about me is that I'm a full-blown grammar Nazi. I'm a great person to have check your work for grammar mistakes. (My RL friends don't let me do this anymore, because their grammar isn't that great and I red-pen the hell out of everything they give me.) I enjoy descriptive words (also known as adjectives - don't be afraid of them!) but I'll try not to force too many into your work. Believe me, I've learned when enough is enough. I'm also good with spotting mistakes in continuity, and with things in general that just don't make sense.
The second thing you should know about me is that I'm a perfectionist. So you have my word that I'll re-read what you give me many times to make sure I haven't missed anything.
I have many pet peeves: misuse of punctuation, using a letter instead of spelling it out (5 vs. five), writing in ALL CAPS at any time, text-speak, spelling errors, "(a/n):" in the middle of paragraphs, cliffhangers, badly-developed plots, huge gaping plot holes, horrendously obvious Mary Sues/Gary Stus, pairings there is absolutely no basis for, incest that isn't twincest, script format (with a few exceptions), misuse of apostrophes, and the misuse of homonyms (ex: too, two, to).
I tend to over-comma my sentences. But nothing in the world pisses me off more than a missing one.
I actually have a favorite punctuation mark: the semi-colon. (Do not fear semi-colons, either!)
But, to sum it up, I'm a crazy, obsessive-compulsive grammar Nazi who takes writing fanfiction seriously... I do like OOC and crack; they're fine when well-done, but I prefer the more serious, realistic approach. (Well, as realistic as you can get when you're writing fantasy about fantasy...)
I'm willing to help out, but I'm not your mom. Don't expect me to do everything for you.