Tropes associated with this author:
- Ambiguous Gender: It's a duck. Male? Female? Something else entirely? Who knows? The other duck knows.
- Bilingual: Swedish and English. In that order. Claims to not speak English, but to understand and write the language.
- Death of the Author: The other duck firmly believes that since fiction is meant to be entertainment first and foremost, you're free to interpret it the way you want. However, it's still just that: A personal interpretation. It's how you should enjoy the work the most you can, but not something everyone else should necessarily follow; that's their choice. If you think canon is the One True Way of interpreting the work, Word of God decides, but only for people who think like you.
- Devil's Advocate: It may on occasion get into heated discussions about topics it doesn't necessarily care about, or even when it has the opposite opinion, when the one side simply doesn't give a decent argument.
- Forgiveness: True forgiveness is not earned; it is given.
- Morally Ambiguous Ducktorate: Not exactly Good, not exactly Evil.
- Old Shame: An old fanfic based on Dawson's Creek that, while enjoyable for a duck or another, included a Mary Sue Self Insert Character. The fic was scrapped once the author realised that. It's probably saved somewhere, but you may not read it.
- Precision F-Strike: Very rarely swears (above minor ones like damn and hell), and once it does, people get the point. It also likes to employ a similar strategy for many kinds of humour. Use it rarely, and make it count. Don't overuse it.
- Pun: There are two kinds of people: Those who enjoy puns, and those who won't admit it. The other duck loves to play with words. It's one of the fun things with writing.
- True Neutral: In arguments, it may join the weaker side just to provide a balanced field. See also the above on Devil's Advocate.
- Write What You Know: Most written characters have some flavour of the creator's personality or life.
- World Building: May enjoy this more than writing itself. The self-created fantasy world, by the working name of Gaea, includes a couple of languages, a detailed magic system, genetics of the humanoid races and demons, Loads and Loads of Characters, a four-era timeline, a world map, and more written material than the stories themselves.
This won't sting. Much.