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The avatar is a Deviant I found by hellcorpceo. I was originally going to find something pertaining to wolves, and then I saw...The Unicorn.
Hello, Raha here, Destroyer of Worlds and your Future Lord and Master.
I really should have opened an account here ages ago, but as always, laziness prevails. Now I don't usually read people's profiles, because I don't usually care, so I always assume no one is going to read mine. But for those few that actually take the time, hello. I'm rather surprised you're here.
Anyway, a bit about me. I typically write fanfiction, and I have a much grander account over on the Dark Side, but I figured I should probably put something original out there, too.
Things I find interesting are:
Any book by Scott Westerfield. I have just finished reading the second installment of his Laviathan series, and I am impatiently waiting for the third book to come along. It is absolutely WICKED. Also, his Uglies series is awesome. He has a talent for creating amazing worlds and settings. Definitely check him out.
The Narnia books by C.S. Lewis, and ironically, their antithesis, His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman. Any book in the Redwall series. Harry Potter, naturally. Snape is my favorite character, for any of you who were wondering, and no I will not believe that he died. Hermione will go back in time, save his life, and they will move to Hawaii and make beautiful, brilliant babies together.
I love anime and manga. I was a bit iffy about Naruto, but I'm a die-hard fan now. Inu-Yasha was my first love. Then came Fullmetal Alchemist, Demon Diary, Chobits, Control, Fairy Tail, Blue Exorcist, Tramps Like Us, Lelouch of the Rebellion, Reservoir Chronicles, Digimon (well, that started in middle school, but I didn't know it was anime at the time), and a plethora of others which I can't remember at the moment. Never got into One Piece, though. Sorry, I tried.
Comic books include the Courney Crumrin series and Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Two very dark and twisted tales that feed my black soul.
Justice League. And Spider-Man. Screw Everyone else.
Wicked. The play. The book was actually a little boring. Also Phantom of the Opera, both the play, and the books, and movies, and the soundtrack, and the Gerard...Mmmm, Gerard.
The MMORPG, Eden Eternal. Since you can switch classes, I find it to be a lot of fun, and there's always something to level up. Other video games would be the Jak and Daxter series, or at least the second and third ones. The first game is pretty dull without the interplay between the two main characters. Legend of Zelda, any version. I like Twilight Princess best, but Ocarina will always have a special place in my heart.
Any animated Disney movie EVAR. Yes, I even like most of the sequels. I have a thing for the villains. I would totally sell my soul to Hades. Hunchback of Notre Dame, Great Mouse Detective, Bambi, Lion King, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Pinocchio, and Beauty and the Beast are among my favorites.
Crime Shows. I love CSI, NCIS, Criminal Minds, all that jazz. So much that I'm considering getting my degree in Criminal Justice, once I go back to school (yay, I can finally afford it!) Also medical shows too, like Scubs, and I ADORE House. Then there's the new Fairy Tale shows like Once Upon a Time and Grimm, though Once wins cause it has blonde!Cameron.
Cartton Shows: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Raph's my favorite, but then he always gets all the fangirls. Beetlejuice. Invader Zim--I am a die hard ZADR fan, and proud of it. Looney Tunes, but mostly just Daffy.
...and hating Twilight. I love to rant about how awful it is, almost to the point of obsession. I honestly think it's the work of the devil. I'm serious. I think the devil reached his hand into Stephanie Meyer's soul and forced her to write that drivel. It is Pure Evil. Not only is it written horribly, with shallow one-dimensional characters, and weak if non-existent plot, but once I started reading (to see what all the ruckus was about) I. Couldn't. Stop. I swear to God, it's like a virus that festers in your brain, and the only way to make it go away is to wait it out until the insidious end.