Author has written 13 stories for Legend of Zelda, Mario, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, and Professor Layton.
Name: My real one is a secret. My little mii is named Annyllel. My usual username is Pseudo Twili, or some un-spaced/un-capitalized variant thereof. I've switched around to the Fairy Maid(en) before, but have decided to stay with the former.
Age: As old as my tongue and a little bit older than my teeth.
Place of residence: The planet, Earth. This is my home. God made it just for us.
Hobbies: My hobbies include reading, knitting, playing certain video games, and writing.
About me: I love the outdoors and all the beautiful wonders nature has to offer. I do not care for winter and am always heartened by the coming of spring. I have realized, however, that without winter I don't think I'd appreciate spring half as much.
I love both The Legend of Zelda and Ace Attorney series. I was introduced to Ocarina of Time in 2006, shortly before the release of Twilight Princess; those two games still remain my favorites, with others following closely. Sometimes I also like to mess around with glitches, particularly in OoT and TP. I've uploaded several videos to my YouTube, mostly of Twilight Princess and some of glitches.
Just recently I've had the chance to begin playing Breath of the Wild, and within me it has awakened anew the old childlike urge to explore. It's wonderful and a bit daunting as well. A funny story about that game is that almost every single time I see the initials "BotW" I immediately think "Bottom of the Well". Mayhap I have spent a bit too much time lurking in speedrunning communities searching for new fun sequence breaks...
My first real encounter with Ace Attorney was in 2013 with the release of Dual Destinies. I downloaded the demo and played it with the feeling that I would enjoy it. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. I have since acquired the available AA games and whatever new releases have been localized. I love the characters (most of them) and the mechanic of figuring out who done it, a bit like the detectives of the old radio shows. More recently I've come to appreciate even more the PL vs PW:AA crossover and almost find myself wishing I could at least visit that world.
The other games I've played are a bit more varied. I liked collecting the wardrobe and playing dress-up and cosplaying in Style Savvy: Trendsetters. I've quite enjoyed the two Super Mario Galaxy games and some spots of kart racing. I've also cut off the tips of tails and beat in the heads of many a monster in Monster Hunter. Even before AA came along, I played Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and its sequel and liked both.
I love to read a good book, but I know rather little about which ones might be popular right now. The things I read are sometimes from the library and more often from personal collections. A couple of my favorite books are titles like A Little Princess, The Count of Monte Cristo, and Anne of Green Gables. I like movies, especially the old ones and some of the things I can find on Netflix. I also greatly enjoy C. S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, but only the first movie by Walden Media.
I am none too consistent with my writing. Distractions and writer's block have assailed me many a time, but thus far I've always managed to come back to my work after some length of time. Even when I'm not writing I can never forget about my in-progress projects, and short of some catastrophe I'll not abandon anything I've begun publishing.
I also capture pictures of The Legend of Zelda figma and nendoroid posable figures which I then post to my tumblr page.
My tumblr: pseudotwili [dot] tumblr [dot] com
Google and YouTube: Pseudo Twili
I also like riddles, though I can be really dense when it comes to figuring them out. Here are some fun ones:
"The sign on the window read, 'What we achieve: remains to be seen.' What goes on inside?"
"Jane's mother had four children. The first child's name was April, the second, May, and the third, June. What is the name of the fourth child?"
"There was a basket with four eggs in it. Four girls each took an egg, but there there was still an egg left in the basket. How is that possible?"