Describe me? Well, okay. I'm an immature envoy from distant lands, an extreme anime, gaming, and RP nerd. I contribute to TVTropes pages when I come up with stuff to contribute, and I also made the Fireball20XL page and... pretty much wrote everything on it. I'm [[ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability notable]] for refusing to use the words "This Troper" or "This Editor", instead referring to myself in the first person whenever I make a reference to myself on the site. Which I don't do anyway, because that's bad.
[[WhereAreYouFrom I come from the UK]], as you may be able to tell by my spelling. I love TVTropes because it's interesting, educational, helps me decide which game to play next or which anime to watch next (the CrowningMomentOfAwesome pages especially help with that) and above all, it's just a REALLY good timewaster. Maybe a little [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife TOO good...]]
Oh, and "Twilight Lord" is a name, not a title. It's the name of one of my RP characters, and it actually is [[AwesomeMcCoolName her real name]]. So shortening it to "Twilight" is fine. (I also accept "twi" or "TL", which is pronounced "twilight"). And by the way, I didn't get it from [[Literature/{{Twilight}} that horrible crime against fiction]], I had it long before that was ever invented. And no, [[WhatAreTheContributorsRealNames you're not gonna know my real name]].

My YouTube channel can be found at My main series is ''Twilight's Storytime'', where I read a chapter of a book to the camera every Wednesday evening (currently reading ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything''). I also do a vlog series called ''On Being Transgender'', where I give life updates about my gender transitioning journey.

I also host a radio show on every Monday from 12:00-17:00 GMT. I play mostly anime and video game songs, but pretty much anything goes.


Shows examples of:
* AllLowercaseLetters - I write my name like this nowadays, spelling it as "twilight" as opposed to "Twilight", and encourage others to do the same.
* BaitAndSwitchComment - I make these a lot. One particularly good example was when I was working in a shop and the English Defence League (a notoriously racist group who believe in "England for the English") were doing a rally/protest outside. A customer asked me what was going on out there, and my reply was "Oh, just some racist idiots complaining about the state of the country. And the English Defence League are here, too."
* CatchPhrase: "It's like, what/why?" when annoyed at something (or when I just don't understand/can't figure something out).
** When I beat a boss in a video game, especially if I win by CurbStompBattle, I tend to blow a kiss and say "Bye-bye!". For harder bosses, I usually say "Go down!".
** I say "I'm dead" or "I'm so dead" a lot when doing badly in a game, or "I'm (so) gonna die".
** After screwing something up multiple times, I'll usually say "I'll get it eventually, I promise..." or "Okay, this time" (usually followed by me failing again).
** When I do something without meaning to or without knowing that that was the right way to do it, I usually say "Ooh, I'm accidentally good!", borrowing from something Arin said once on ''WebVideo/GameGrumps''.
** "Well, you can do it that way too if you really want", usually used after someone shows me a much better way of doing something than I'd been using previously.
** "I am a cat, after all". Used to explain whenever I do something cat-like (this is more often used online than in RealLife).
** "One more try and no more cry!" when psyching myself up for one more attempt at something. It comes from the song "Precious Time, Glory Days" by Psychic Lover, if you were wondering.
** I start all of my YouTube LetsPlay videos with "Hello, dear my boys and girls, and welcome (back) to (name of game)". For the non-gaming videos, I tend to open with "What up, peoples of IRC and elsewhere, this is [=UndefeatableTwilight=]", sometimes followed with "calling" or "calling once again", though not always.
** "Welcome to the fantasy zone! Get ready!" when psyching myself up for something (as a kind of "Let's do this!" or "Here we go!") thing. It usually results in me failing embarrassingly at it. Doubles as a ShoutOut (to ''VideoGame/SpaceHarrier''). Nowdays, I use it when beginning a boss fight in a game. There are also two variations.
*** For final bosses, I use "The final stage is before you! Now is the time to show your true skill! Welcome to the fantasy zone! Get ready!"
*** For a super-hard BonusBoss, I use "Welcome to the danger zone. Are you ready?"
*** For giant bosses, it's "Warning! The huge enemy (enemy name) is approaching! Welcome (etc.)"
** "Hmmm... That's a wonderful idea!" (sometimes without the "Hmmm..."), whenever someone offers me something that I really like (such as going out to eat or something). Essentially, it means "I willingly and enthusiastically accept your offer." I also use it when I actually get a really good idea. (And yes, it comes from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', which itself got it from [[UsefulNotes/McDonalds Ronald McDonald]]).
** Conversely, "This is a terrible/really bad idea", usually when I'm doing something which I enjoy but which I know is going to negatively impact me (such as going out to eat when I have very little money).
** "I did this (link to blog post, YouTube video, or whatever) and you can look at it if you like."
** After telling someone to do something (such as comment or like a video or whatever), I usually add "Or don't, it's up to you."
** When stuck in a video game or if I can't find which way I'm supposed to go, I'll often sing "Where do we go from here?", a line from "Infinity" by Music/{{Stratovarius}}, my favourite band.
** If I'm playing a game and need an enemy to come towards me/follow me, I'll often say "Tule tule tule!", which is basically what Finnish people say when they're calling a pet to them. (Literally "Come come come!" in the imperative).
** "As opposed to metaphorically X?" Used in response to someone using "literally" to describe something that can't be anything ''but'' literal.
** Again when playing games, if I'm fighting a boss that needs some kind of "prep" before it can be attacked (i.e. destroying a barrier, debuffing, killing smaller enemies first, or whatever), once I get to the point where I can actually start doing damage to the boss, I'll shout [[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable "Okay, Master! Let's kill da ho!"]]
** Whenever making a so-called "biscuit conditional" statement, I have a habit of clarifying that the initial condition will also be true even if the second one isn't. Usually phrased as something like "There's food here if you want it. There's food here if you don't want it, too."
* CloudCuckooLander - I'm... more than a little weird. Most get creeped out by me.
* DeadpanSnarker - I can be this sometimes.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment - I don't actually do this, but I get annoyed at people who say things like "RPG game" and "PIN number". Role Playing Game game? Personal Identification Number number?
* DudeLooksLikeALady - I actually identify as female, so this is naturally a goal for me.
* GrammarNazi - Oh, SO freaking much. I'm always correcting people when they get something wrong.
* GratuitousJapanese - And pretty much every other language in existence. I pepper my sentences liberally with French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, German, Japanese and even Irish Gaelic words and phrases, both in RealLife and online. Specifically, I used to greet people in either Spanish or Italian, always. (Nowadays, it's usually either Finnish - "Hei", "Moi", "Moikka" and "Morjes" have all been used - or a cat noise that I usually type as "Prra" online (it's the sound cats make when greeting people, often called a "greeting meow" for that reason, somewhere halfway between a purr and a meow. The proper term is trilling, incidentally.)) And recently, Finnish (living in Finland for a few years will do that) and Swedish have been added to the mix.
* InWhichATropeIsDescribed - All the descriptions for my Website/YouTube videos are formatted this way.
* LarynxDissonance - Despite identifying as female, I keep my naturally deep, masculine voice, which can make things confusing for people. Though I do occasionally slip into a more feminine voice too, it's usually a semi-conscious thing and depends on my mood. Eventually I'll be getting voice coaching to help me learn how to actually sound like a girl, though.
* LiteralSplitPersonality - I become this online. My personality gets split up into several different "characters" that all take turns at saying things and even interact with each other on occasion. It's kind of half-roleplaying, half-DID. Though I don't do it as much anymore, now that I'm more comfortable with being myself (and also because I realised it tended to annoy people).
* {{Malaproper}} - I do something like this, occasionally replacing one word with another if I can't remember the name for something. For example, when playing ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', I referred to the Anti-Attack Auras as [[NeonGenesisEvangelion AT Fields]] because I couldn't remember their original name. I still call them that even now.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness - You can tell I'm genuinely upset (or angry) if I start swearing in English (usually it's either Finnish or Japanese, or just a string of random angry-sounding syllables that I transcribe as *curses in an ancient language* in text chat).
* PleaseSubscribeToOurChannel - I say "Remember to like, comment, share and subscribe" in every YouTube video I make.
* SelfDeprecation - I'm a big fan of this, and use it a lot, especially in the descriptions for my Website/YouTube videos.
* SigningOffCatchPhrase - For my YouTube videos: "Thanks for watching. Remember to like, comment, share and subscribe, and if you are subscribed, be sure to ding that notification bell so you know when I make a new video, because it can happen at any time for any reason. Take care of yourselves and each other. Love and peace!"
** For my radio show: "Thanks for putting up with me for five hours or however long you listened for. I'll get ''Music/{{Skrillex}}'' to play us out and then Andine (the DJ after me) can come on and do her thing (or "probably do a much better show than me" or something similar). I'll see you all again next week. Take care, love and peace!"
* {{Spoonerism}} - Sometimes when playing ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' I accidentally say "Gonald and Doofy" instead of "Donald and Goofy".
** When I was at school, I tended to say "I need a piece of pen and a paper" a lot.
** Generally, I make a lot of spoonerisms, both accidental and deliberate.
** (in reference to the word "the") "It's the most common language in the English word."
* TalkingToHimself - Even though the trope's about two different characters in the same show played by the same voice actor and not actually about talking to yourself, I don't know one that is and I do talk out loud to myself a LOT.
* ThatMakesMeFeelAngry - I sometimes need to resort to this, since as stated below, I have trouble expressing my emotions sometimes.
* TheStoic - I kind of have trouble expressing emotions.
* TheQuietOne - I often seem like this, but I can be quite talkative if someone gives me the right subjects (video games and anime are good ones to start with. [[KingdomOfLoathing With which to start]].
* TheScrappy - I'm usually this when I'm in a group.
* VerbalTic: "Saa..." has become this for me recently. I tend to start most of my sentences with it. I also say "But anyway" or "But yeah" way more than most people do. I have others too, like "No?" (Finnish sound roughly equivalent to "Huh?") when someone wants my attention, "Uwa..." as a noise denoting surprise or interest, and saying "on the" instead of "in the" (like "What on the hell?" and similar phrases). I also say "Something like..." and "...or something" a LOT (sometimes even both in the same sentence). On my radio show, I noticed that I say "so to speak" far too often, so I started making a conscious effort not to say it. It still slips out sometimes, though.
* WaxingLyrical: I do this a '''lot'''. I even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] it at one point.
-->''(when talking to a friend who said she feels embarrassed for crying easily)'' Well, [[Music/{{REM}} everybody cries. And everybody hurts sometimes.]] ...They should write a song about that.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair - I actually considering dying my hair dark green once. Recently, I actually dyed it purple, though I screwed it up so some of it is still brown. I then got it dyed purple again, by a professional this time, but now again it's faded back to its original colour.
* YouKeepUsingThatWord - I originally called myself "the immature voyeur from distant lands" until I learned what voyeur really meant (I had been looking for a word that meant something like "traveller", I might have been thinking of "voyageur", which does mean "traveller" in French). Nowadays I use envoy, which is still kind of off (it means "messenger") but not as... inappropriate-sounding. For those of you who are clueless, "voyeur" ([[ItIsPronouncedTroPay pronounced VWA-yurr]]) literally means "watcher" in French (from the verb voir, meaning to see) and it refers to someone who spies on people having sex.