Author has written 118 stories for Naruto, Yu Yu Hakusho, Yi San/이산, Queen Seon Duk/선덕여왕, Manhwa/Korean Comics/만화, Dong Yi/동이, Legend/태왕사신기, Ouran High School Host Club, ManHua/Chinese Comics/漫画, Boys Before Flowers/꽃보다 남자, Kim Soo Ro/김수로, Thor, Justice League, Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, Kingdom of Heaven, Alexandre Dumas, A song of Ice and Fire, Robin Hood BBC, King Arthur, Hellboy, Tudors, How to Train Your Dragon, and Twilight.
I'm not certain anyone reads these profiles, but I'll go through the trouble of making one anyway. Why, you ask. Because I have the time and the disposition, and that is all I really need. I'll share with you a few things about me (don't worry. no sordid details will be included; I don't make a habit of confessing to - virtual - strangers) and you will judge me as you deem fit. That said, let's not waste anymore time and get on with it.
I am a female, rather short and completely ordinary. Currently I'm in University; two, to be specific; Letters and Law, respectively. Why do I need two when one is hard enough to pull through; well, because it makes me happy (albeit, my sleep schedule is not). I specialise in English and German, as far as Letters are concerned, and Law studies law and I don't need to explain it. I am what one would call a good student (that is, I don't skip classes, I take notes and I usually pay attention to what the professors are saying). I would like to think that this will help me later on. If not, at least I'll be one of the few homeless people who has read Aristotel, Chaucer, Cassirer, Barthes, Rancière and some others. My country of origin is in eastern Europe. I speak my native language, English and very little German. Fun fact about my aspirations, I wanted to study Korean, but when I told my parents they asked me what I planned to do with that; my mother nearly started crying at the though of me going so far away from her.
What shall I do with my life after I finish my schooling? That is easy enough. I'll take advantage of the fact that I still need Masters and Doctorates and I'll continue in my parents' home as I ever was. Possibly I'll find a job. I aspire to become a magistrate (specifically a judge), but until I get there I shall probably be a teacher, if not a translator. If all else fails, I suppose I'll do what every other person with a degree does, I'll find a job at the mall (that one is a personal nightmare; I would actually have to talk to people and be nice even when they are idiots).
Moving on, I should point out that as you've read name of philosophers already at the beginning, don't expect me to be the sort of person who finds easy solutions to problems. When I have a problem I tend to make it bigger than it really is and I further complicate matters by adding other problems to the original problem. Yes, I'm a hazard, but somehow there are people out there who love me. I am extremely fond of twisted points of view that argue in favour of a dark human nature. What I men is that, I agree with Hobbes that "homo homini lupus est". Of course, I would like us to get along and eradicate war and have peace all over the globe, but that's not possible. Some had to say it! Does this mean that I don't like humans? Not exactly. I cannot say that humans make me happy, but there are a few persons I love and a great number of people I genuinely like. I think we are capable of great feats, whether they be good or bad, that is for history to decide.
Where simpler things are concerned, I enjoy reading, writing and drawing. I cannot cook (I would be decent if I bothered to learn, but I don't) and I am not at all interested in outings. My parents despair of me ever finding a partner to my taste (I'm quite particular about that). I have some good friends and some acquaintances that I enjoy spending some time with, but unsurprisingly enough, I am very fond of my alone-time. I am what one would call an introvert, but once I am friends with someone then I really am friends with that person. I tend to say what I think, but only in part and I usually try to keep an open-mind, yet it's not always the case. I can be obstinate and quick to anger at times, but I'm quick to forgive as well.
I mentioned I like reading, so I'll just go ahead and name a few books: A Song of Ice and Fire series, The Wardstone Chronicles, Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, The Vicar of Wakefield, Pride and Prejudice, Nobody's Boy (Sans Famille), The Three Musketeers, Shakespeare (King Lear in particular). I also read poetry from time to time, and I enjoy those but not nearly as much as novels.
Seeing movies is also something I like doing. Unfortunately there are few movies I enjoy enough to want to re-watch. I prefer animated motion pictures, and usually those that have some depth to them. I watch TV shows as most anyone and I try not to cry when the writers of said shows crush my dreams.
It's obvious I write fan-fiction. I haven't yet published anything that does not occur in the universe of one fandom or another, but I plan to do that at some point.
This is about everything I am comfortable disclosing. Judge me at your own leisure, and when that's done go on and read some of my works.
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