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Tropers: Crystal Glacia
Hey, there.

I'm a female Chinese adoptee living in Cedarpointland, Ohio, currently studying computer science and engineering through the University of Toledo (off-campus, though; it's complicated).

I remember discovering this website through a link from Bulbagarden Forums back in 2008. That was a long time ago. I then created my handle somewhere around two years later, but didn't post in the forums until the tail end of The Google Incident. I joined Bulbagarden with just the name Glacia- because it was the Japanese name of my favorite Pokemon at the time, Glaceon -and didn't prefix it with 'Crystal' until later, so I tend to view Glacia more as my internet 'first name'. You can call me CG, too.

I write stuff, and hang mostly around Writer's Block with occasional posts in World Building and Yack Fest. I also draw on occasion, take pictures, play video games, and Reddit.

I've been working on a sort-of-anthology of original fantasies (tentatively) called Aether since 2008. Its characters can be seen in the Character Development Threads.

Troper Wall here, if you'd like, as long as the administration is okay with it existing.

    Tentatively-titled stuff I'm working on that could get posted for viewing someday 
  • Aether: A Constructed World whose full official name is 'Aetherion', a full-on Science Fantasy setting. Basically my pet project right now.
    • Shining Over Heaven: A political-looking story that centers around the three dysfunctional personal bodyguards of a very unpopular chancellor, all taking place within a mess of a 'country' that has taken the equivalent of a hundred Earthen years to destroy itself. Includes lots of talking about life, the serving of fresh-baked croissants and tea, a boy and his kitty, and occasionally beating people up.
    • The Water Bearer: An immortal, millennia-old family man loses control of himself and attempts to kill two of his children, succeeding with one and shattering his family apart. With the help of his wife, he tries to heal and uncover what made him lose his mind that day. Includes depression, family politics, life in a plutocracy, Food Porn, and lots of Bio Punk.
      • The Heliocentric: One of my only direct sequels to a work. The aforementioned immortal has grown more reclusive than ever and is now obsessed with a glass sphere the size of a beach ball. Includes a Cloudcuckooland, an Amnesiac God, and still lots of Food Porn.
    • The Angel of Healing: A disgruntled ex-military doctor with very advanced (and versatile) healing magics travels the aforementioned 'country' after the events of Shining Over Heaven, helping people any way he can, even if that means he has to assassinate a few people along the way. Includes Medical Horror and a man's slow descent into madness.

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