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As the title kindly informed you, I'm Space Wolf. What is there to say about me? Let's see... I greatly enjoy writing, and I'm deeply philosophical. I don't drink, and I don't do drugs, mostly because I fear that partaking in either will effect my creative process. I consider myself to be Chaotic Neutral. I like nature, but I'd prefer to live in the city. I don't really believe in astrology, but monkeys and lions are inherently awesome. So, when the debate comes up as to which zodiac sign is the best, I'm bound to win. I like video games. I also enjoy reading, but I often don't have as much time for it as I'd like. I'm something of a Grammar Nazi, but, when it comes to ranting at people for it, I've relaxed quite a bit. Just do me a favor, and don't blend all of your sentences into one, without any punctuation.
I've created a couple of trope pages, but I spend more time on WMGs and character pages. If you ever see a particularly long, complicated WMG, you're likely looking at one of my brain-children.
And, no, I've never read Space Wolf. Before I became a troper, I didn't even know that it was a thing. Also, I'm not as into wolves as you'd think. I'm really more of a monkey guy.
I am now the "Arbiter of Ambition", according to Silently Honest.
If you'd like to vandalize, go to my wall.
City Mouse: To an extent… Before attending college, I had lived in the country, while I'd preferred to have lived in the city. However, that place does have its charms, sometimes… Now, I live in the common definition of a "small town", as opposed to the unincorporated community in which I'd previously dwelled. So, I'm in a nice half-way point, but it never seems to be good enough.
Writing by the Seat of Your Pants: This is my typical modus operandi, when it comes to putting ink to paper. I'm ridiculously good at it, too; able to quickly develop extremely complex story-arcs, in my head, without the use of an outline. I occasionally jot down minor things, for the sake of future reference, however.
An in-progress novel
An in-progress Slenderblog, called Shattered Soul, which can be found here. It's a gradually-forming Myth Arc, which updates on a very irregular basis.