Author has written 2 stories for Pokémon.
Age: Twice the root of 64.
Real Name: [Spoiler: Click to Toggle]
I'm a genius. No, really.
I am a proud member of the fandom of Pokemon. I also consider myself a fan of Touhou, other Nintendo series, and certain animes, but, of course, not nearly as much as Pokemon.
I'm serious about that genius thing. Legally identified and everything!
My music tastes are selective to franchise. I only listen to songs from Pokemon, Touhou (mostly Touhou), or other game series/animes I've enjoyed. I can honestly say I've never decided to listen to popular songs, I'm content in my little bubble of franchises I already enjoy.
My IQ is around 140, they say, but my brain doesn't quite fit the IQ scale properly.
Within the Pokemon fandom, I play casually, but for no more reason than whenever I've tried to do something less casual, I eventually drifted away to play something casually again. I have done a Nuzlocke or two, so that's something.
My brain is a bit odd, compared to 'normal' people's.
I tend to get my fanfic ideas and write them up without care for things like plot or anything unimportant like that. Mind Reading is a fanfic I wrote up in one sitting and uploaded, and Team Rocket Triumphs is the one and only fanfic I actually sat down and wrote up plot for. You can tell because it isn't horrible (at least I hope so).
I often go on trains of thought that no one else can follow, despite them making perfect sense to me.
About Team Rocket Triumphs, it's not like I have any special affinity for Team Rocket that inspired me to make that fanfic, it's just that the plot bunny of 'What if Team Rocket got their act together and became actually competent' got stuck in my head and I decided to write a fanfic about it.
Some people call me insane. In reality I toggle my insanity based on my surroundings, and even then it's a small insanity.
I'm still not an adult, and thus my brain's not fully developed. Would you believe it doesn't finish developing until you're 25? Well, I'm banking on my ability to focus on things like writing fanfics once I start them to improve with age. Seeing as I still update TRT, albeit infrequently, I'm thinking this is the case.
I like to think my brain is on a 23.5 degree tilt from everyone else's. A world in its own right.
I hope to be able to write better fanfictions in the future, after my brain develops, my skills improve, and I start getting an actual sense of dedication for once.
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