Author has written 4 stories for Transformers/Beast Wars, and Shingeki no Kyojin/進撃の巨人.
I'm assuming profiles are where you tell people a little about yourself, keep readers posted on what's going on with your stories, and other such usefulness. I think the best way to give any sort of information about me is to show some of my personality, so don't expect any important details.
By the way, for any and all disclaimers needed:
I absolutely do not own Transformers. In any way. If I did, I wouldn't be writing fanfiction. I'd be working on making parts of the fandom canon. Or even trying to make my own Transformers for real. If I reference anything at all, or if there is a popular line used from a movie or show or anything, it's obviously not mine.
I had a rant I wanted to announce about disclaimers, but I'm not sure very many people would be okay with it. In summary, I find almost all disclaimers hilarious in the sad way because some of them are like when you're talking with your friends. And just for giggles you go, "Flipendo!" and pretend to shoot magic at them. But then you immediately have to be all, "Oh! And I don't own Harry Potter, just in case someone was about to call the authorities." I have started doing this actually, disclaiming things I reference in speech. It's mostly for the humor factor. And for the strange looks Dad gives me.
Anyway, so personality.. it depends on what kind of day I'm having. I can be happy and cheery, angry and snarky, formal and polite, disinterested and monotonous, weary and irritable, etc.. It's too early for me right now to have much of any feeling, but I'm usually always formal with people I don't know. Usually. There are exceptions if I feel being less formal would be taken as more polite or less intimidating. I dunno. It's weird.
In my opinion, collaborations are probably the coolest ideas for stories I have yet to see. There's all these, "Tell me in a review/PM what you'd like to see next!" or those Choose Your Own Adventure ones (Which I'm fairly positive aren't allowed.) but they really aren't as cool to me as those stories where multiple people have sat down and just started swapping theories, plots, character reactions, and whatever around until they create these amazing works that really really pull you in. Yeah, some authors can do it alone and make stories just as wonderful, but collaborations just have that feel, you know? They have this alluring tone to them that drag you into the story and you can feel their flow is different from others and you can't put it down because you want, need, more.
Or it could just be me and you're wondering what the frag I'm talking about.
I'm using Cybertronian replacements for curse words because I think I remembering seeing a rule where profiles and summaries had to be rated K or something. Although there's this profanity filter that can be turned on if someone was sensitive to that kind of thing. Plus, using Cybertronian religious words, like Primus and Vector Sigma and Allspark, isn't the same as using Earth religious words. And if people do get offended since they directly translated then it really isn't my fault, because I am not at all trying to use their Lord's name in vain or anything like that.
Also, if you think about it, none of the Cybertronian words can be translated to what humans use. Sure, The Well of Allsparks is the Cybertronian equivalent to our Heaven, (depending on continuity) but it doesn't mean Heaven. Same goes for Primus, Unicron, Frag, Slag, Aft, and so on. We have equivalent meanings, but they aren't direct meanings.
Let's see, I need something for usefulness, since all my stories are one-shots for now..
Ah. Speaking of, I can and will be willing to take requests as long as they follow FanFiction rules and guidelines. Though because I'm not that known of I'm not sure why someone would seek me out. But nonetheless, the note is there. Just in case. I really do enjoy writing stories for people, not just throwing random ideas out there and hoping others at least see it, if not read it.
Hm, that's about all I am willing to say. Peace out humans.