Author has written 4 stories for Bleach, Pokémon, Death Note, and Naruto.
Name: Not telling
Location: United States, North America, Northwestern Hemisphere, Earth, 3rd Rock from Sol, Southernmost wing of the Milky Way Galaxy. -_-
Speaking of TV, I watch Dragonball Z and Bleach, I've seen Death Note, Naruto (although I prefer the manga on this one), Cardfight Vanguard, and I'm fairly interested in several others anime series, although I haven't watched them. I also watch various, other genres of shows, and sports--American football, basketball, and what the rest of the world calls football. I also might watch baseball every now and then.
I don't play any sports, but I lift weights and I'm the strongest kid at my school who DOESN'T play a sport. I'm also in top classes at my school, but I routinely get middle-of-the-pack grades IN those classes. I can hang out with really anyone I want, but except for the video game fanatics and the anime-addicts, I'm not nearly as comfortable. Basically, I'm the worst of the best in everything I try. Except for Pokemon. I CHALLENGE you to find someone who knows more about pokemon than I do.
In terms of FanFiction, I despise stories that drastically change what is canon through simple Deus ex Machina, but absolutely love stories that include the snowball effect--If you go back to the past change one thing, how does it affect the future? Basically, I like stories that are canon up to a point, a single event changes, and the entirety of the canon universe is warped. That doesn't mean you can change whatever you want--self-inserts, random events, etc. don't fall under the snowball. I need to feel as if under the premise that only one thing was changed, then everything else is believable to have happened.
Of course all of what I just said can be ignored if the story is exceptionally good, or if the series isn't that strict or submissive with it's plot... Especially around Pokemon--they don't really have much canon material to go off of unless you follow the show or the manga. In series that are similar to that, it's usually ok in my mind to read things that are drastically outside of what is established. Another thing that I like are prequels and sequels--they don't screw around with canon, and they're almost always interesting to read... Although I don't see too many prequels around this site, only sequels.
As for romances... I don't like fan-pairings. Unless it's canon, I don't usually support it. I'm sorry, I know that the majority of FanFiction.net is made up of romantics (not all, just the majority), but I don't really see things like that--I won't read a story if it's only centered around romance, but I will read it if the romance is just a side-story, and the rest of the story is written very well. Also, unless the two are possibly compatible as they are (without some major personality change instated by the author), I don't want to read it. Of course, there is the occasion that a good storyline makes up for anything else the author has done wrong...
I'm also part of the Grammar Police. Who are they, you ask? They're like Grammar Nazis, just not as nit-picky. I hate bad grammar, but I won't call anyone out on it unless it's a recurring or large mistake.