Author has written 5 stories for Fruits Basket, D N Angel, Ouran High School Host Club, Invader Zim, and Les Miserables.
Atoile is a dreamer, a realist, and a female college student whose drug of choice is coffee (raise your hand if you’re surprised).
People tend to assume that she is innocent and naive. She doesn’t believe this to be true, but concedes the possibility that her standards for innocence may differ from theirs, in which case they could be correct.
She has straight brown hair, wears glasses, and the color of her eyes can, if pressed, be labeled as hazel. She looks younger than she is.
Young children have the amazing ability to watch the same movie over and over and over again. Before she learned how to read she did that with books on tape. Most of her free time is still spent engaged in stories, in one way or another. Her interests in fiction range from classical literature, such as Les Misérables (her current primary interest), to cartoons and manga. She also enjoys acting (rather: attempting to), debating (although her competence in this field tends to depend upon how much coffee is in her system), hanging out with friends (and family, although not at the same time), dancing, running, and singing (off key) in the car.
Her academic interests include English, Math, History, Psychology, Sociology, and French. Given sufficient money and time she would like to stay in college indefinitely. Why yes, she is well aware of the fact that she is geeky.
Atoile's talent in sports involving a ball in any way, shape, or form is sufficient to make people interested in such things dive into the depths of despair. Dodgeball is the exception. She runs around like crazy and no one can hit her - although, to be fair, she can’t hit them either.
When speaking she often jumps off topic mid-sentence to muse on the semantics of what she has just said, and then loses her original train of thought.
Her best friend is like a sister to her, and has been repeatedly mistaken for one. On one memorable occasion they were even erroneously supposed to be twins, despite the fact that they don’t really look alike. Being like sisters, they have a tendency to bicker.
Atoile is also quite loquacious. Who would have thought it?