Author has written 7 stories for Saiyuki, and Harry Potter.
Blood_Debt is one of many cloaks you wear to shroud yourself in the mystery of the internet. You believe yourself to be a teenager who is extremely fortunate to have discovered writers who help, beta and provide plot bunnies or even penguins and you would like to thank especially the writers who participate at proboards, which to whom you are even writing a story dedicated to.
The fictions that you write are mainly Saiyuki, but you are not averse to Ranma 1/2 or some Lord of the Rings. When you finish watching Fushugi Yugi; the mysterious play, perhaps you may write upon that, too.
Priest Genjyo Sanzo (Saiyuki) is your favourite character - as many people well know, the five posters are a slight giveaway, then you switch into a different fandom and appreciate Aragorn, heir of Isildur as No. 2.
You are fed up with modest authors who claim they are rubbish, wheras in reality, they are on your Alert list.You yourself, however, you know that your grammar definately needs improvement, which is why you continually request betas. The main pride you have in your writing is your shaky grasp of past present and future tenses, and spelling - and the F7 key catches anything else. You write collaborations with elven dreamer, and scribe mostly one-shots, having neither the time nor patience to write chaptered stories - you tend to start writing, then stop in the middle. (Many apologies to your beta for the single Inuyasha story, you swear you will grit your teeth and get down to it soon)
Plot bunnies are the bane of your life, they reside in a hutch in your room, and they start to smell after a while. They disappear after you write them, but if you aren't careful, they will start breeding. You may or may not pass them onto other people to do try and get rid of them.
You started off at www.animespiral.com, a site with lower standards, and writers without true English, and not even a proper script style. Those are the ones that make you cry. You advise people not to go there, as you are ashamed of the Mary-Sue you first wrote when you first discovered fanfiction. But you keep it up because of all the reviews you got. ;)
Finally, you tend not to read nor write anything under one thousand words. And you highly recommend everyone to see: Optimoose, Salmastryon, elven dreamer, D-chan, Iapetus, treneka and all the others on your favourites list. There are many authors not on your favourites list that others deserve to encounter, but your computer can be irritation embodied in a pixelated form, and prevent you from reviewing, logging in, and sometimes blocks fanfiction.net altogether.
There you go! You're me now.