Author has written 2 stories for Teen Titans.
Hello, this is a letter from me, the author this page so I would like to say a few things & yeah.
First of all, I haven't been sick at all in the last two years nor have I forgotten this wondrous website. However, I did grow out of the fanfiction phase because I'm a teen now so I'm into other talents such as dancing. I'm a hiphop& Latin dancer so I'm usually busy with performances and all that. Plus homework isn't so horrific yet but i am in highschool.
My name was dedicated to my favorite author on this website, Waterlily720, although she recently finished up her story so I doubt she will ever write another quite as magnificent (I want you to want meis the title & you can find it on my favorite list) but she will still always be my favorite.
Anyhoo, let's jump to what I really want to tell you all.
I'm a huge sucker for romances such as the dramatic characters like:
The Vixen: A pretty and usually cunningly smart female who can charm males to fall in love with her and reach out of their way to do favors for her. The vixen is highly troublesome. Her purpose for hexing men with spells, tricks & charms usually involves the mere fun of it, or to make another jealous, like a female she dislikes or male she wants to get back at or fight over her romantically. A good example is Blackfire from Teen Titans.
The Femme Fatale: A darkly and wickedly beauty who gets others to succumb to her to her charms. She usually is fatal, hence the French signature Femme Fatale, by killing or destroying a man. The Femme Fatale is incredibly mysterious and enigmatic. She always has a hidden, meaningful purpose to get what she desires, like revenge or avenging another person. A good example is Kikyo from Iunyasha, Lady Dragon, Kathryn from Cruel Intentions, or Poison Ivy from Batman.
The Damsel in Distress: An unmarried female who is found needing the rescue of a hero to come and whisk her away from whatever villain has captured her. A damsel can also need the help of a male in other situations--i.e. modern day times, a girl needs to be saved for an abusive boyfriend, father, family, etc. or she is trapped in a ditch, room, hook, etc. and needs someone to help her out. A good example is Daphne Blake from Scooby Doo, most of the Disney Princesses, and Princess Peach of Mario the video game.
The Lovely Lady: The pretty face of the group, the lady who is pure and wholesome, practically always virginal, adding to her appeal of loveliness. The lovely lady is sweet and very kind to everyone. Often she is mistook for a damsel, but the lovely lady is never needy & dependent like that. The lovely lady is protected by her Robinhood but did not ask for it. The lovely lady is just a girl whom many love, and she is naturally beloved and beautiful and cannot help the fact that she is so popular to men, unlike the damsel in distress, she never intended to be saved, her Robinhood went out of his way to protect specifically her, not to just boost his manly ego. She is protected by the Robinhood & other guys in the face of danger because they want to protect their lovely lady and not let anything happen to her. A great example is again Daphne Blake from Scooby Doo, Kagome in Inuyasha, Maid Marian from Disney's Robinhood, Reese Witherspoon's character Annette Hargrove from Cruel Intentions and Starfire from Teen Titans.
The Knight In Shining Armor: The man who saves the damsel in distress. A modern version of him could be a guy who helps out a girl from an ex boyfriend or being stuck in an elevator, room, or hole, w/e. An example could be the Prince Charming from Disney, and such.
The Robinhood: The lovely lady's counterpart. He is cool and tough, unruly handsome, and is usually the alpha male of any group. He is usually used to his ladies being gorgeous yet somewhat easy and unsatisfying. He is used to having his way with ladies until he stumbles upon one special girl, his lovely lady.