Tropers / Whizzerd

I've been on this site since 2010. What the hell.

Anyway, I'm whizzerd (lower-case intentional). I don't know why I decided on a bad spelling of 'wizard' for my name; I don't think I even knew when I decided on it. I'm from Scotland and I have three cats, which I mention because one of those assholes is probably sitting on me as you read this.

You can find me in Forum Games, the Roleplay forums, or editing the pages of whatever's caught my interest that week. I prefer to clean up pages rather than create my own.

Pages I've made:

Two tropes that apply to me:

  • The Ditherer: Which is why this page can never stay the same, goddammit.
  • The Nondescript: So quiet and lacking in presence that I even manage to frequently scare my own family because they don't notice me entering or leaving the room.

OC Information

     Gale - Original Universe 

Shameless Rinmaru creation

Long story short: Jerkass Gods wanted to throw down with each other, but were so powerful that they would end up inadvertently destroying worlds in the process. They granted superpowers onto Earth-based humans so that they could fight as their representatives instead. Gale was also chosen to act as an unbiased referee to said fights, and was given immortality for that reason.

Because of collateral damage and the way that the rules work, Gale often dies gruesomely (and hilariously). If the representatives break the rules, Gale is temporarily granted god-tier powers and becomes an Implacable Woman until the rule-breakers are taken care of. After a couple of decades Gale has accepted their new role in life, and has made a point to enjoy the perks of immortality in-between the bouts of dying horribly.

  • Blessed with Suck: Recovering from any injury and not aging past her prime is great. Getting to feel the pain of a thousand deaths, not so much.
  • The Chew Toy: A couple of gods have admitted to enjoying Gale's inevitable deaths much more than the actual fights.
  • Complete Immortality: She can't physically age, and can recover from any form of injury.
  • Delinquents: Pre-immortality she used to skip school often, hang out with other disillusioned youths, and cause general ruckus around her neighbourhood. While she's moved beyond that behavior she's still thought of as one, since she doesn't go to school despite appearing to be a teenager.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Years of experience have caused her to become much more tranquil during the fighters' destructive battles than one would expect. Said fighters are a little creeped out by it.
  • Implacable Woman: Normally she's the weakest person to be involved with the competition. When the rules are broken, however, she becomes infused with the power of gods and becomes completely unstoppable.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: Has suffered from more injuries than all of the representatives combined, but luckily (?) has regenerative immortality to help recover from it.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Her flat chest and lack of any stereotypically feminine characteristics causes confusion over her gender, both in-universe and out.
  • Living Forever Is Awesome: She's genuinely psyched at getting to live forever and experience the world's many changes over time. It's just the horrible deaths that come with it that she has a problem with.
  • Mellow Fellow: Living for so long has mellowed Gale out to the point that she's almost always relaxed. Even in the middle of battle.
  • Nice Girl: One of the nicest people to be involved in the competition. She's on good terms with most of the fighters and the gods because of it, even the ones who enjoy her various inevitable demises.
  • Older Than They Look: Gale was given immortality as a young adult, and hasn't physically aged since then. As such, she's decades older than what she appears to be.
  • Only One Name: She stopped using her last name once she gained immortality, and she's since distanced herself from her new generation of relatives. Odds are likely that Gale isn't even her real first name.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When granted god powers, she becomes emotionless and unrelentingly dangerous. All but the most inexperienced fighters know it's a terrible sign when she gets in that state.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: Prior to gaining immortality she was an average girl with an average (if tumultuous) high school life. She now no longer attends school despite appearing to still be the appropriate age.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Used to be a Perpetual Frowner, but the years have turned that frown upside down.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Her brown eyes change colour into a more striking yellow/gold when she's given the mystical powers of the gods.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: She has the unfortunate habit of dying in almost every fight that she referees. It's rarer for her to make it through a fight without dying somehow.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: She's tried many hairstyles throughout the years, but always defaults back to this. She doesn't care enough about her appearance to get it regularly cut, but also doesn't want the hair getting in her eyes.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In her mortal days she was a Jerkass deliquent who'd fight for petty reasons and generally act as a bother to everyone. It's hard to believe given her laid-back, friendly nature nowadays.
  • True Neutral: She was specifically chosen because she had no strong inclinations towards any alignment. Originally this meant that she was only out for herself, but since her kindness upgrade it now means that she takes the opinions of all sides into consideration.
  • The Watcher: Her purpose in the gods' competition is to simply observe and referee any battles that break out.

    Night Watch Guard - Five Nights At Freddy's 

Night Watch Guard
"Can you beat the five nights load?"

An O.C. Stand-in and composite of the protagonist from Five Nights at Freddy's, the protagonist of this FNAF-inspired AMVwarning , and a couple of my own interpretations for the character.

Tropes from FNAF:

  • Action Survivor: They manage to survive a series of nights against the increasingly dangerous robotics with limited equipment and a lack of weapons.
  • Badass Normal: They fare quite well against murderous animatronics, despite just being an everyday joe with no notable skills or powers.
  • Featureless Protagonist: Very little is known about their appearance and personality.
  • In Harm's Way: Part of the reason why they continue to work at Fazbears' despite the obvious dangers involved is because of the adrenaline rush that surviving the nights brings.
  • Through the Eyes of Madness: The mental and physical strain from working at Fazbears' starts to take its toll on them, and they begin to suffer from hallucinations the longer into the week they get.

Tropes from Y.G.I.O. [Game Over]:

  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: One of the enemies they're forced to survive against is their own Enemy Within. They end up losing against it, and it commandeer their body in order to kill them both.
  • Bloody Horror: Various close calls with the animatronics causes them to become quite blood-splattered later in the week, showcasing the true horror of their situation.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: Working at Fazbear's causes them to become more cold and stoic as they have to stow away their emotions in favour of pragmatism.
  • Enemy Within: Whether real or just symbolic of their Sanity Slippage, there's a creature in them that is out for their blood.
  • Eye-Obscuring Hat: The cap they wear as part of their guard uniform casts an obscuring shadow over their features... except when the Enemy Within pops up with sinister red eyes.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The sport glowing crimson eyes whenever they're evil self takes over, which become more detailed and monstrous the more the monster is in control.
  • Sanity Slippage: As the nights go on they start becoming more heavily affected by their environment, hallucinating and losing their sense of self.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Averted; they do actually bring a firearm along with them to fight against the animatronics. It just doesn't work too well against supernatural beings. It also ends up backfiring when their other side takes control and uses the gun to commit double-suicide.

Original Tropes:

  • Ambiguous Gender: While the guards from the games are all male, this version has no stated gender and doesn't particularly care what other people think they are.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: The longer they stay at Fazbear's the more desensitized and unnaturally serene they become, to the point that they can hold casual conversations online while still fighting for their life.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: The other reason why they keep working at Fazbear's; so that some other poor soul doesn't have to do the terrifyingly dangerous job instead.
  • No Name Given: Unlike Mike Schmidt from the game, they don't give out their name and simply refer to themself as the Guard.
  • The Speechless: They're mute, and so require the use of a PDA to communicate with others.

     Masumi Ienari - Persona/Original Universe 

Masumi Ienari
Click here for Shadow Masumi 
Arcana: XX- Aeon (Thoth deck)
Persona: Ehecatl
Mask Power: Curiosity

Originally created as an OC for a Persona-based roleplay, Masumi spent a few years starring in off-site stories before returning here for the Emotionally Attuned RP.

Her character varies depending on the setting, but what remains constant is that Masumi is a stoic youth and earnest photographer. They can be nice or they can be off-putting, but they rarely have bad intentions at heart.

Masumi in the Persona universe has psychological issues related to their lack of self-identity, especially in regards to their uncertain gender. This is most blatantly shown in their Shadow, a representation of all the dark, nasty thoughts that Masumi had shoved away into the back of their mind. Once they accepted those issues, Masumi was able to gain a Persona and use its guidance to gain a better understanding of both themself and the world around them.

Masumi in the Emotionally Attuned universe is more stoic, less outgoing, and completely obsessed with discovering the truth about everything. This worsened when she was given a mysterious mask that amplified her curiosity and granted her powers related to it, sacrificing her other emotions in the process. What follows is nothing short of a mess as she struggles to retain her humanity while trying to unveil the mystery behind the masks.

  • Amateur Sleuth: In the Persona verse they end up investigating a local string of suicides out of lack for anything better to do. In general she frequently takes on cases of theft, disappearances, and other shady activities in order to satisfy her curiosity, and frequently has to sneak around the actual authorities in order to do so.
  • Asexuality: As are a lot of characters that I create, Masumi has no interest in romance or sexuality.
  • Author Avatar: When I first created her. Her issues with self-identity and gender were both reflective of my own real life issues, as are her asexuality and her difficulties in interacting with people. She's started to branch off from this as I've started developing other facets of her character.
  • Blow You Away: One of Ehecatl's main abilities is the power to use Garu spells ("wind spells" as they're depicted in the SMT games). This is inspired from the actual deity's status as the pre-Columbian god of wind.
  • Camera Fiend: A constant of Masumi's character is their fascination with photography. They're aware that they can take it to an obsessive extreme, but they're too fixated with documenting everything to try and abstain from it.
  • Constantly Curious: Masumi is incredibly inquisitive, to the point that they're unable to let go of a subject once it's caught their interest. It's more exaggerated in the Emotion verse, where she struggles to socialise because of it, and become even more flanderized when the Curiosity Mask starts altering her emotions.
  • Covered in Scars: Emotion verse Masumi has picked up an impressive amount of scars; partly because of bad luck, and partly because she frequently trespasses into dangerous areas. None of them are bad enough to actually debilitate her though.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: Part of their issues in the Persona verse is not knowing who they really are, and thus what they want to do with their life. The obvious route would to be follow a career in photography, but even armed with that knowledge they're nervous about what the future holds for them.
  • Enemy Scan: One aspect of her mask's power allows her to retrieve data about a subject by observing it. If she focuses on a particular subject while doing so then she'll pick up data relating to that subject. This can cause issues since it's a rather obvious invasion of privacy.
  • Expy: Some of her characteristics- her masculine appearance, stoicism, and inquisitiveness- were based on Naoto Shirogane. The image for them is actually an edited sprite of Naoto from Persona 4: Arena.
  • Fatal Flaw:
    • Curiosity in the Emotion verse. She struggles with conversations because her curiosity about everything around her distracts her so much, and she frequently puts herself in danger because she's too interested to seek a safer, more mundane way out.
    • Their lack of self-identity in the Persona verse, which causes them great amounts of uncertainty and worry. This is shown through their Shadow, who takes that undesirable aspect and exaggerates it in order to aggravate Masumi.
  • Interpretative Character: At their core Masumi is a curious, stoic, Asian photographer. Anything beyond that- gender, powers, flaws, and other personality traits- depend on which roleplay I'm using them in.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: Ehecatl starts out as a balanced Persona, with a physical attack, magic attack, healing spell, and a confusion spell. As he levels up he leans more towards magical offense and status infliction, but is still a decent all-rounder.
  • Mask of Power: The mask that she's given in the Emotion verse grants her various powers related to her most prominent emotion. She can't use said powers unless she's wearing the mask, but wearing it also carries the risk of altering her personality.
  • Meaningful Name: Masumi is written with the characters 真 (true) and 澄 (clear, pure). Besides fitting with Persona 4's theme of 'facing the truth', it also reflects Masumi's deductive, frank nature.
  • No Social Skills: She can handle herself in most roleplays, but she has miserable social skills in the Emotion verse. She frequently rambles to herself in the middle of conversations, constantly asks questions with little regard as to how uncomfortable she can make people, and has to remind herself to show courtesy and express emotion at the right times.
  • Personality Powers: The gimmick of the emotion masks is that they can grant someone power relating to that person's strongest emotion. Masumi's interest in people grants her telepathy, while her interest in the world manifests itself as the ability to obtain data about anything she focuses on.
  • Seeker Archetype: She's endlessly intrigued by the world and all its inhabitants, to the point of obsession. Nothing grabs her interest more than an unanswered question or incomplete fact.
  • Sensory Overload: Downplayed, but she can space out in crowds if there's too many people talking at once- "too many branches of inquiry to follow". She has to step back and sort through her thoughts before she's ready to interact with them properly.
  • The Stoic: Masumi is a naturally inexpressive person, though the severity depends on the universe- sometimes they'll show muted emotions, sometimes they'll barely show anything at all.
  • Sweet Polly Oliver: They used to dress in the male school uniform in order to discover whether they felt more comfortable presenting as a boy. That turned out to not exactly be the case, but they still prefer wearing the trousers as opposed to the skirt.
  • Telepathy: Part of her mask's power allows Masumi to form a telepathic connection with other people. She needs their permission to do so, however, and can't otherwise read their minds or influence them in any way.
  • Transgender: Depending on which roleplay it is. Masumi ranges from a cis girl, to agender, to a genderfluid person who identifies as both. In any case she uses she/her and they/them pronouns interchangeably.
  • The Unfettered: There's very little they won't do to pursue a subject once it interests them. That includes breaking into out-of-bound areas, borderline harassing people who have information, and ignoring schoolwork in favour of creating theories and speculations.
  • Workaholic: She has a bad habit of asking too many questions and ending up with too many investigations. It ends with her forgoing food or sleep in her fervor to solve them all before others crop up.

Forum Avatar Identification

Almost all of my avatars are from media that I like, and frequently they're of my favourite characters, so you can probably get a good idea of my tastes by browsing through them. I also made most of them myself, since I enjoy graphical editing.

     Part 1 
Avvie Name Origin
Atticus Brent

Stuart '2-D' Pot

Sawao Yamanaka

the pillows

The Legend of Zelda series
Isaac O'Connor

Saki Konishi

Hiimdaisy/Persona 4
Joseph Oda

The Evil Within

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
Masumi Sera

Detective Conan
Team Taiyou (Taro Yamashita, Yoshizo Hayashi, and Jinbei Tanigawa)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
Jim 'Crocodile' Cook

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
Mokey Mokey

Night Watch Guard

This Five Nights at Freddy's-inspired AMV
Seo Yuzuki

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Majora's Mask and Skull Kid

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Daisukenojo 'Beat' Bito and Raimu 'Rhyme' Bito

The World Ends with You
Nice Holystone and Jacuzzi Splott


The Legend of Zelda: Oracle Games
Heiji Hattori

Detective Conan
Yuu Kashima

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun
Shadow Naoto (Boss Form)

Persona 4

Pokémon Red and Blue

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
9 and 5

3 and 4


The Seamstress

Selkie Tribe symbol

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
Charlie Vergier

Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure

Virtue's Last Reward

Zero Escape series


Persona 4/BlueRadio
Sakura Oogami

Dangan Ronpa
Yamamoto Takeshi

Katekyō Hitman Reborn!

Original Character (see above)
Eleonora 'Leo' Kliesen


     Part 2 
Avvie Name Origin
The Phone Guy

Five Nights at Freddy's
Toph Beifong

Avatar: The Last Airbender
Espio The Chameleon

Sonic the Hedgehog series
E-102 Gamma

Sonic Adventure
Gary/Green Oak and Arcanine

Pokémon Red and Blue
I dunno


Katekyō Hitman Reborn!
Gretel Mk II

Timesplitters 2

Naoto Shirogane

Persona 4
Concept Naoto

Persona 4 concept artwork

The Walking Dead: Season 2
Akari Tsukumo

Psycho Mantis

Metal Gear Solid

Final Fantasy III remake
Female Artist

Pokémon X and Y
Male Tourist

Pokémon X and Y

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Ryotaro Dojima

Persona 4
Yosuke Hanamura and Jiraiya

Persona 4
Shadow Yosuke

Persona 4

Rebecca 'Revy' Lee

Black Lagoon
Tokaku Azuma

Akuma no Riddle
Leigh Daniel 'Danny' Avidan

Game Grumps/Game Grumps Animated
Chain Sumeragi

Blood Blockade Battlefront
Leonardo Watch

Blood Blockade Battlefront
Zed O'Brien

Blood Blockade Battlefront
Kevin Tran, Advanced Placement

Valkyrie Cain

Skulduggery Pleasant
Fletcher Renn

Skulduggery Pleasant
Shadow whizzerd

Author Avatar
Akane Owari

Super Dangan Ronpa 2
Yuuya Kizami

Corpse Party Hysterical Birthday 2U
Yoshiki Kishinuma

Corpse Party: Blood Covered manga

Tenkuu Shinpan

Soul Eater

The Slender Man Mythos

Pokémon Black and White

     Part 3 
Avvie Name Origin
Li Jianliang and Terriermon

Digimon Tamers
Yu Narukami and Jack Frost

Persona 4
Frisk/Undyne fusion (Friskdyne)

This Undertale AU

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

TimeSplitters 2
Ilsa Nadir

TimeSplitters 2

TimeSplitters 2
Ramona Sosa

TimeSplitters 2
Corporal Hart

TimeSplitters 2
Shitara Yakumo

1bit Heart
Moroku Hasuya and Hapitan

1bit Heart
Shiren Kurusu

1bit Heart
Akashi Oihara

1bit Heart
Dialogue between George (top)
and Atticus Brent (bottom)

Abraham Sapien


Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

Pokémon Gold and Silver
Yosuke Hanamura

Persona 4: Arena

Persona 4: Arena Ultimax
Shadow Naoto

Persona 4: Arena Ultimax
Toon Link and Ezlo

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
Sheik, Skull Kid, Linkle, and Fi

Hyrule Warriors
Masumi Ienari

Original Character (see above)
Slim Bankshot

Luigi's Mansion

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Digimon: The Movie
Sul Hong

Cheese in the Trap
Zhang Bora and Sul Hong

Cheese in the Trap
Euntaek Gon

Cheese in the Trap
Inho Bek

Cheese in the Trap
Inha Bek

Cheese in the Trap

Cheese in the Trap
Yoonseop Huh

Cheese in the Trap
Phone Gal

This Five Nights at Freddy's-inspired AMV
Midnight Lycanroc

Pokémon Sun and Moon

     Part 4 
Avvie Name Origin
Team Skull Boss Guzma

Pokémon Sun and Moon
Toon Link

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Yukiko Amagi

Hiimdaisy/Persona 4
Yosuke Hanamura and Shadow Yosuke

Hiimdaisy/Persona 4
Yu Narukami and Yosuke Hanamura

Hiimdaisy/Persona 4
The Pyro

Team Fortress 2/Sleeping Dogs
Tohru Adachi

Hiimdaisy/Persona 4
Arthur 'Artie' Maddicks and Leech

Team Skull Boss Gu- Xurkitree

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Yamamoto Takeshi and Mizuno Kaoru

Katekyō Hitman Reborn!
Tae Min and Eun Ja

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
Concept Sheik

Hyrule Warriors concept artwork

Super Smash Bros.

Pokémon Sun and Moon
Mega Beedrill

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Mega Kangaskhan

Pokémon X and Y
Loch Ness Monster

Surgeon's Photograph
Juno's Symbol

Jet Force Gemini
Vela's Symbol

Jet Force Gemini
Lupus' Symbol

Jet Force Gemini

Undyne the Undying

The Great Papyrus


Pokémon Red and Blue
Tretij Rebenok

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Forsythe 'Jughead' Pendleton Jones III


The Binding of Isaac

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Majora's Mask

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Poké Park logo

Pokémon/Jurassic Park crossover