Significant TV Tropes contributions
Tropes I launched
- Eastward Endeavor (special thanks to Theriocephalus)
Tropes I grabbed, improved and launched from YKTTW
Work pages I worked on at some point
- Added/corrected a lot of things in Excalibur.
- Dramatically improved West Coast Avengers. note
- Reorganized and fleshed out X-Factor.
Character pages I made or improved
- Crystal Story. Go play it. It's a cool game.
- Improved the Rain characters page, organizing everything in neat folders and hopefully renewing interest in this comic. I'm its self-designated Page Guardian, and also occasionally work on the main page.
- Added info to some Naruto arcs.
- Fixing continuity mistakes/crosswicking/cleaning up Marvel examples and pages. This is gonna happen more and more as my readthrough progresses and I slowly become a living Marvel Comics database.
- Notably, I have to make many examples sound timeless again because a lot of tropers forgot storylines aren't upcoming anymore.
- Made Cross Through readable again. Not sure why it was a wall of text-ish mess of unsorted examples in the first place.
Tropes about the Wolf Matt Grey
Written in the third person. Just imagine you're watching a documentary about me. It should be helpful if someone has the crazy idea to make a webcomic about tropers.
- Above Good and Evil: Either that or Blue and Orange Morality. The WMG doesn't care about following other people's definitions of morality when he can keep cosmic balance just fine by doing things his way. Don't worry, he got standards.
- Animal Motifs: Quite a lot of them, Depending on the Writer. The WMG is most commonly associated with wolves and foxes. People often compare him to his pet cat. Bears are sometimes brought up as the WMG's distant relatives. He also has affinity with toads, lizards and ravens, being able to imitate their sounds. His incredible memory and the way he blows his nose have had him called an elephant at times. Either way, he's a zoological nightmare for us poor scientists.
- Asexuality: This creature doesn't seem interested in the lustful behavior lower organisms engage in.
- Beware the Nice Ones: This mellow critter can be very aggressive if you manage to piss him off. Rumors say he got quite a list of berserk buttons, but they're a secret until one is pressed.
- Big Eater: self-explanatory.
- Bishōnen: self-explanatory.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: The WMG's default state of mind, especially about things people ask him to do. He has shown more concern for his own projects (stories or anything personal). In such cases he's simply brilliant... except he still procrastinates quite a lot.
- Brown Eyes: The WMG makes this usually dull color look very cool.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: "Look, a flying pizza!" This is only one of the many weird things the WMG can say. One wonders what's going on in his brain at times.
- Dark Is Not Evil: self-explanatory.
- Deadpan Snarker: oh so much.
- Idiot Hair: No matter how much the WMG takes care of his mane, there's always some asymmetric parts.
- Immortality Seeker: Immortality seems to be one of this creature's main goals. He has been seen studying elixirs, bloodstones, dragon blood and pretty much any immortality scheme you can think of. He has been heard saying he'd like to "play every videogame ever" which admitedly would take centuries.
- Incredibly Lame Pun: The WMG is really fond of them.
- The Klutz: The WMG broke, damaged or just dropped a lot of things.
- Metaphorgotten: A recurring part of his dialogue.
- Nightmare Fetishist: The WMG loves dark and creepy imagery. (as long as it isn't gorn, anyway) There's a reason The Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline are two of his favorite works.
- Pay Evil unto Evil: The WMG seems to believe in this.
- Purple Is Powerful: And his favorite color.
- Sophisticated as Hell: Despite his love of unusual words this critter also swears a lot. Lesser swears, though. note If a Precision F-Strike happens, you know you angered him.
- Younger Than He Looks: People tend to assume the WMG's age at least 2 years older than it actually is. Although his exact age is a matter of debates and speculation.
- I have a weird obsession with the Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Heavenly Virtues. It probably began around the time I watched Fullmetal Alchemist. That goes a long way to show how a great story can impact your life. Now, not only do I watch/read more sin-themed stuff, I also incorporate it in my works, just like the many mythological things that inspire me. If I was a sin, you can bet I'd be Pride. If I was a virtue, I'd be Diligence or Chastity. (can I be both?) Also, the only sin I find truly despicable and unforgivable is Envy. I can tolerate the others as long as they're not used for obviously evil purposes.
- I was here before the Wall Bangers got axed (yay) and when Lost Forever was still named that way. Probably other things too, but I can't remember. Seeing the progression of the site is always interesting.
- I have shades of social darwinism. More precisely, I think humans as a whole are old-fashioned and should be replaced by cooler stuff. We need more mutants, aliens, hybrids and other superfolk. Given half a chance I'd gladly get superpowers/become an alien/whatever that isn't a simple muggle.
- I'm not a facial hair person. My default look is clean-shaved and I like it that way.
- I can't stand pedantry, envious and jealous people and all that stuff, and vinegar.
- I'll never be fully satisfied with this troper page. I'll always find something to improve, edit, reword, cut or add. Perfectionism is a long and difficult task.
- I tend to be an Entry Pimp for Marvel, many webcomics, and animes I like. And I tend to be a Serial Tweaker too. May Odin bless the TVTropes servers.
- I am very much part of the TONGS. My spoiler policy is: unless it's really necessary for the example (or a case of It Was His Sled), avoid spoilering things, even with spoiler tags. Many people will thank you. Trust me.
- Vagueness is your friend. While context is very important, you can carefully word your example to avoid unnecessary details that could spoil other things. That way you'll manage to tell your major plot point example without spoiling more than absolutely necessary.