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So, this is my Author Avatar, also named Cutegirl920fire or CG for short! Just your typical pig gal.
A favorite character bingo cause why the heck not. note 

"pioneer marie antoinette simp"
Once said by the Troper, DontJinxUs, on this forum postnote 

Hullo, this is Cutegirl920fire or CG. If you wanna listen to some background music as you read this, I suggest these two; a more calm one and a more energetic one here. Now, I will tell you the following:

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    Avatars I Drew Myself 
Exactly What It Says on the Tin. If you wanna know their source, you can click on the avvie. Please don't ask to be shared them, especially those containing my OCs. While I don't mind fanart being drawn of the OCs, I don't feel comfortable seeing them (or any other of my drawings) in other people's TVT galleries.

    Pages I Would Like to See Be Made 
Stealing this from a couple other Tropers I saw with this section on their page. These are pages that don't exist but would like to be created either by me or someone else.

    Historical Figures I'm Quite Interested In 
Aside from Marie Antoinette, there quite a few Historical Domain Characters who peek a decent amount of my interest; list is in order of how much interest I have for them; if there's a tie (as in I find two figures equally fascinating) then alphabetical order; those who don't have a Useful Notes page on TV Tropes will be italicized.
  • Zelda Fitzgerald: The wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald (the dude who wrote The Great Gatsby) and a writer in her own right (plus a painter and dancer). An emblem of the Roaring Twenties/Jazz Era and considered the first American Flapper, yet despite that she had a troubled marriage with F. Scott and suffered from mental health issues.
  • Marie-Thérèse Charlotte: Daughter of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, only one of her immediate family to survive the French Revolution, given the title of Madame Royalenote  at one point and was technically Queen of France for twenty minutes. If The Woobie allowed real-life examples, I would've put her on there.
  • Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova: Youngest daughter of Nicholas II, you probably best know her from the Don Bluth movie based off her. No, she did not survive.
  • Elizabeth I: Queen of England and last ruler of the Tudor Dynasty. Died a virgin.
  • Josephine Baker: An American-born French actress, activist, and spy. She was a pretty iconic gal during the Roaring Twenties, wore the Banana skirt, and helped out the French Resistance during World War II. A fabulous woman and wonderful Bi icon.
  • Anne Boleyn: Second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I. Quite a feisty lady but was hated by England due to wearing yellow clothes at Katherine of Aragon's funeral and other things. Of all the miscarriages, Liz was the only one who made it, but she's a girl, so Henry wasn't happy. Later lost her head due to (false) charges of adultery and incest.
  • Queen Victoria: Queen of the UK, known for expanding the British Empire hard, and her reign is considered a pretty influential era. Did not say "We are not amused".
  • Maria Theresa: Sole female Habsburg ruler, fought her way for accession, did some reforms, and had a rivalry with Frederick the Great. Had 16 kids, including Marie Antoinette.
    Works That I Enjoy 
In Order of those I'm the most invested in atm; favs bolded.
     The Genres I Like the Most 
  • Historical Fiction: This one becomes a no-brainer, with the whole history nerd part.
  • Fantasy: I'm the one who'll always like something fantastical in nature and one of my favorite genres in general.
    • Urban Fantasy: This is probably my favorite subgenre of Fantasy aside from Historical Fantasy and Dark Fantasy, the mix of the ordinary and the magical make a nice pair in my opinion.
    • Dark Fantasy: I always have a thing for darker stuff (even long before I got in history, which has a rather consistent habit of getting dark), so throw it in fantasy, I'll going to enjoy it in some way or another.
  • Fairy Tale: By 8/1/22, I recently got myself into some sort of fairy tale brain-rot thanks to uploading my Fairy Tale kid OCs on ArtFight but even before then, I still found them fascinating. Thanks, Disney and Ever After High lmao.
  • Historical Fantasy: It's essentially two genres I happen to love did a Fusion Dance!
  • Supernatural Fiction: Similar concept as the Fantasy one, so I'd come to like this one as well (however, I'm not really into Paranormal Romance
  • Sci Fi: Even if it's not entirely possible to achieve in real life, futuristic technology is Rule of Cool at its finest, since just like its Fantasy sibling, there's a lot to wonder about with them.
    • Science Fantasy: Similar to Urban Fantasy, it mixes too contrasting things (in this case, Sci-Fi and Fantasy) and the result is a definitely interesting fusion.
  • Horror: Even though I'm long out of my hardcore horror fan phase (which quickly evolved into a hardcore Saw fan), I'll still enjoy a good horror story since I'm into morbid stuff in general (a trait that's been with me since I was a kid).
    Some Genres I'm Not Really Into 
Listed in order by how much disinterest I have in the genre.
  • Romance: I'm just not really into it in general, though I somewhat get the appeal (There are exceptions, however, such as Lore Olympus)
    • Erotic Literature, Hentai, etc: You see, I'm kinda squeamish when it comes to sex scenes (probably has something to do with my parents telling me to cover my eyes when one appeared when I was younger, which is understandable), but I don't mind them being there (I would skip them anyway). When there's a whole genre dedicated to sex, you probably won't catch me reading them.
  • Slice of Life: They're cute and all, but they usually don't have a overarching plot and just light-hearted fun. There's nothing wrong with that, I'm just more interested in stories with an ongoing plot and a more serious tone.
    Some Tropes That I Happen To Like 
Note that this is listed in the order by how much I like the trope.
  • Historical Domain Character: I love it when historical figures appear in stories even if it's not a period drama (bonus points if they're somewhat important in the plot), hence why I enjoy works that have it as part of their premise, such as the Fate Series.
    • Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: Similar to the above trope, I personally think it's awesome to have historical figures in your story. It makes it better if they that led a cool secret life behind the scenes (especially if it's supernatural or fantastical in nature).
    • Historical Domain Superperson: No, the reason that I like this trope has nothing to do with the fact it's the first trope I drafted and launched (mostly). You see, it's the concept of the trope; superpowered historical figures are way up my alley.
    • No Historical Figures Were Harmed: Basically, when you wanna use a Historical Domain Character but it'll break the immersion to your 100% fantastical world (whether it'll be fantasy or sci-fi), so you make an original character based on them with the Serial Numbers Filed Off (or just a name change). I like seeing historical allusions in fiction and this is one of the ways to achieve that.
  • Alternate History: Alternate History is Exactly What It Says on the Tin and it's quite fascinating to think what could've happened (i.e the French and Russian Monarchies are still around)
  • Elseworld (The Historical kind): Somewhat of an overlap with Historical Fantasy, I think it's pretty cool to see what fictional characters would do if they were just teleported to a historical era.
  • Historical Domain Crossover: The concept of a group of historical figures just teaming up and fighting some crap for whatever reason is a huge cool factor for me. Bonus points if they have superpowers/magic/etc.
  • Shown Their Work: This doesn't just apply to history; I always appreciate it every time someone does the research since it's a sign someone really cares about their work.
  • Royal Blood: Fun fact, even before Marie Antoinette I was into other (fictional) royal women such as Princess Peach, Lizzie Hearts, and Princess Aurora, so that probably explains why I'm into royalty (just not the current ones; I'm only into those who are fictional or those who are dead for at minimum a century)
  • Mystical White Hair: Blame Marie Antoinette for that one.
  • Woobie and any of its sub-tropes: I don't know why, but I find characters who went through a lot of stuff in their lives quite compelling, especially if they're well written.
  • Broken Bird: Same as above.
  • Improbably Female Cast: I like women and tend to connect more with female characters than male ones, so yeah. Applies to female-centric stories that have enough dudes in the story to not fall under this trope as well.
  • The Ophelia: I confess to taking a liking to fictional crazy bitches and I'm not exactly sure why. Some favorites include Fate/Grand Order's takes on Van Gogh, Fairy Knight Tristian/Baobhan Sith and Kriemhild.
  • The Flapper: While Zelda Fitzgerald is a big factor to why I like flappers, she's not the sole factor. I like their aesthetic and think they're neat.
  • Fantasy Kitchen Sink: I really like the concept of this trope, as you can get super creative with all of the fantastical characters and creatures you yeet into a story.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: While I'm of the "the ending's good if it's satisfying enough and makes sense" mentality, I still like a happy ending, especially if the characters went through hell and back and thus deserve it.
  • Spin-Offspring: Only into the "children of famous classical fictional characters" and "children of Fairy Tale characters" variety though. Monster High, Ever After High, and Descendants (especially EAH) formed a decent chunk of my childhood, so I got a soft spot for the concept and find it quite interesting.
  • Good Parents: Quite a wholesome trope that I'm fond of. I like it when fictional parents show care and love for their children, even moreso if they understand their mental struggles and try helping them out.
  • True Art Is Angsty: More like the works I'm attached to and tend to write; I'm more intrigued by darker stories with more mature themes such as trauma and mental health and those that put their characters in serious situations, fantasical or realistic than much lighter ones, thus my stories tend to be on the darker, angstier scale. Of course, this doesn't mean I despise comedic works and will accept any and all edge. I still have limits on how much dark shit I can take and I don't mind the occasional brevity and a more hopeful tone within a story.
     Some Tropes That I'm Not Too Fond Of 
Listed by the order in how much I dislike the trope/
  • Death Is Cheap: I never liked this trope at all, because it essentially makes death in a particular work/series pointless to do (after all why would you be sad over a character's death if you know you they will come back sooner or later?). The only uses of this trope that I'm okay with if it's in a parody or resurrection is already established beforehand has certain conditions and there are a few consequences for it (whether it'll be psychological or physical).
  • First Law of Resurrection: Resurrection in fiction is a mixed bag for me. I don't mind it if it's the premise to begin with (i.e a bunch of people came back from the dead but don't know why), already established in the story if it's not the central premise and in that case, some form of Equivalent Exchange is at play. However, if it comes out of nowhere and has no good reason other than the writer wants to bring back a certain character, then that's a total Ass Pull and weakens the emotional impact of death in that particular work.
  • Sex Starts, Story Stops: I'm fine with sex scenes in fiction, even if I'm going to skip them. They're kinda required in erotica. However, if they come up out of absolutely nowhere (or just to have an '"excuse" for killing off that one blonde in a horror movie), then that wastes time that could've led to developing the characters, their relationship, the plot, etc.
    • Sex Signals Death: Just really unnecessary and pointless other than to have a steamy scene, which you could have many other ways to implement that in without damaging much of the plot.
  • Status Quo Is God: It gets repetitive and very predictable after a while, plus I prefer an ongoing story and character development. I'm a bit more accepting of this in animated comedies, but even then, I have a limit.
  • Hollywood History: I'm willing to accept a few historical inaccuracies and/or leaving out some stuff here and there, if it's Played for Laughs, pacing, takes place in an urban fantasy/supernatural/sci-fi setting (after all magic tends to mess up stuff and there's the Beethoven Was an Alien Spy trope to consider), or not exactly meant to be historically accuratenote , but if the work keeps getting its facts wrong for no good reason, then I'm going to get quite annoyed.
  • Black Dude Dies First: I don't feel comfortable with the concept of this trope, however, I am willing to tolerate it if it happens in a work that has racism as one of its central themes since this would probably help get the point across.
  • Bury Your Gays: Similar concept with the above trope, except with LBGTQ+ characters. Like the above trope, I am willing to tolerate it if it happens in a work with homophobia/transphobia as one of its central themes.
  • Angst? What Angst?: Unless a character is repressing their memories and/or a case of Iron Woobie, it makes no sense why no one wouldn't be even slightly affected by a traumatic event.
  • Romanticized Abuse: Probably Unfortunate Implications at it's "finest", abuse isn't pretty.
    Stuff I Did On TV Tropes 
(Note that some of examples under the heading thingies are organized by approx. chronological order and others alphabetically)

    Historical Figure Letimotifs 
Won't give songs to super controversial/evil figures or musicians as for the latter, any of their songs would count as as letimotif and it feels like cheating. Might give multiple to some, with the different songs based off different aspects of them, I dunno. IK that some of these song choices might sound questionable but it might make sense if you listen to them; I admit to having a weird-ass thought process. This is ordered in when I found a song for a historical figure btw.

    Peeps I Used to Simp Hard for 
This is a list of the people I used to simp for before I simped for Marie Antoinette. Listed in appox. chronological order.
  • Princess Aurora: The earliest character I can recall simping for. Probably simped for her when I was very young.
  • Cynthia (simped for around 2016 IIRC)
  • Poison Ivy (simped approx between 8-10): Even made a incomplete fan comic for her.
  • Hera (simped when approx 8-10): Yes, the actual Greek goddess. Don't ask why I simped hard for someone like her, it probably had something to do with her being the Queen of the Greek gods. IIRC I might've slightly preferred the Disney version too.
  • Princess Peach (simped when approx 8-10)
  • Lizzie Hearts (simped when approx 10-12)
  • Sidney Prescot (simped when approx 11-12)
  • Carrie White (simped when approx 11-12)
  • Amanda Young: Last one I simped for prior to Marie. Was simping for her in like 2019-2020, during my hardcore Saw fan phase.

    Tropes Applying to Some of my TVT RP characters 

General/Shared Tropes

  • '20s Bob Haircut: As a byproduct with my flapper trend, some of my characters will have their hair bobbed. What kind of bob depends on the character.
  • Author Appeal: They're based around history in some shape or form, they're flappers, or a mix of both. Me like history and flappers.
  • The Flapper: A more recent trend with my RP characters is that they're all flappers lol. So they got the bobbed hair, either knee-lenght dresses or those low-waisted gowns, and they're usually free-spirited, chaotic ladies.

Daisy Buchanan
RP: City of Lost Characters 2: New Game+

The long-sought out love of the titular Gatsby, she's a wealthy socialite who's married to the equally wealthy Tom Buchanan who regularly cheats on her. She's taken to the City, a unusual dimension, after her story ended, which was when her family moved to Chicago after the events of the novel's climax. Putting on a "Beautiful Little Fool" facade, she tries adapting to this strange new place full of unusual folks who are beyond her time and world.

  • The Beautiful Elite: Daisy's a beautiful woman who's quite a wealthy woman and at top of the social hierachy back in her home world.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Since she was taken straight out of 1923 and placed in a dimension that exists out of time basically, she often doesn't know or understand things that other characters are aware of simply just for being from other time periods. Thus, she doesn't know anything about historical events that happened after her time, what video games or seatbelts are and even that women long after her time have more rights, which surpises characters from the future such as Brigitte.
  • The Flapper: Played with- Daisy is a young woman who has her hair bobbed, wears loose and low-waisted evening gowns, and smokes. However, she's not spirited and doesn't take well to chaos.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Daisy pretends to be an ditzy, foolish bimbo whose only thing going for her is her charm, when in actuality she's quite intelligent. She goes with the Brainless Beauty facade as she believes that it'll make her life easier. When she shows her intelligence too much, she'll internally call herself out for it in order to keep the facade going. One example of her faking her stupidity is when she fakes her surpise when Brigitte tells her about World War 2 even though she predicted that the Great War would be surpassed by another, far more brutal war.
"WORLD WAR WHAT?!" [Daisy] shouted, faking a huge amount of her shock before taking a deep breath. "I'm sorry Ms. Lindholm, but I thought there'll only be one Great War or something like that."
  • Stepford Smiler: Another aespect of her "Beautiful Little Fool" facade is that she'll hide her bitterness and sadness behind a fake smile, such as in Day 2 when she pondered about how intelligent women would be the norm in Brigitte's time (which is a cenutyr and a half away from her's) instead of her's, which lead to her being sad and eventually bitter over how she'll likely be dead before she could see the social progress from Brigitte's time before she hides it away with a sigh and a fake smile.
  • Trapped in Another World: Daisy walked into her new home and ended up in one of the City's numerous taverns. Thus, she's stuck in the City for 25 days alongside the other characters pulled by the Developer and has to adapt to her new surroundings.

Jay Alabama Fitzgerald
RP: My Superhero Fantasy: Tales of Babylon
Source: OC

A proud descendant of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald and heavily passionate for classic literature, Jay's main goal is to preserve literature in the fantasy post-apoclyptic setting of New Babylonia as she emulates her ancestors. She signs up to Endiku Academy to become a Protector just so she can spread literature amongst the New Babylonian civilians who aren't knowedgable about it and generally don't have convient access to it. Jay has a magical spellbook, the Lumus Ether Grimiore, on her which grants her access to magic.

  • Dynamic Entry: After a brief scene where the cart she was in showed up at Heaven's Breath Inn where the Enkidu Academy students are meeting up, Jay makes her grand entrance in the inn by dramatically bursting through the door and introduces herself in a grand fashion, stating her name, who she's descendended from and explaing her goal of preserving literature.
  • Everyone Has Standards: One of the few things she refuses to copy from her ancestors is F. Scott's bigotry since y'know, that's bad. Thus, she got annoyed at Cyperus when he made a mocking sentence with clearly fake Italian in front of Giosetta who's Italian.
  • The Flapper: Jay has her hair bobbed, exclusively wears 1920's fashion (which includes the knee-length skirts and low-waisted gowns), and is a rowdy, dramatic, and rebellious person which is the typical personality of flappers. This fits in how she's emulating Zelda, who was a notorius codifier for the archtype.
  • Historical Character's Fictional Relative: She's the made-up descendant of the real 20th-century writer couple, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, and she goes out of her way to emulate them.
  • Meaningful Name:
  • The Teetotaler: Unlike her ancestors who were alcoholics, Jay refuses to get near alcohol as she has seen how it contributed to their downful, making it one of the couple things she doesn't emulate of her ancestors.
  • Verbal Tic: She frequently calls people "old sport", which is based on how Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby regularly utters that line.

    Tropes Applying To My Avatar Gallery 
Why make a list describing tropes to yourself when you can do that to your avatar gallery?
  • Action Girl: Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Lian, Quetz Samba, Haru, Sersi, Lakshimbai (both IRL and Fate), Eris and Sona from Gearbreakers all apply.
  • Alternate Self: Hoo boi
    • As you would've expected, I have several versions of Marie Antoinette in my avatar (IRL version, Kirsten Dunst version, FGO versionnote , Rose of Versailles version, Innocent manga version, Mr. Peabody & Sherman version, OverSimplified version, the Clone High version, and Grimms Notes versionnote .
    • Anastasia Romanov: IRL version, FGO versionnote , and Don Bluth version.
    • Marie-Therese Charlotte: Teen version and adult version.
    • Louis XVI: IRL version, Innocent manga version, and Oversimplified version.
    • Queen Victoria: IRL version and The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists version.
    • Black Widow: MCU version and one of the comic versions (IDK which one tho).
    • Lakshimbai: IRL version and FGO version.
    • And that's not even getting into the fact some of them (mostly the versions of Marie Antoinette) have different outfits as some of my avatars.
  • An Ice Person: FGO Anastasia's abilities are based around ice with her Caster variant's NP using Viy to freeze enemies to death while the Archer variant uses Viy to turn them into an ice cream thing.
  • Author Appeal: How I would go around picking my avatars for the most part.
    • Marie Antoinette and any other historical figures should be pretty obvious lol.
    • Those who became targets of brainrots (such as Stranger Things) would make me go get avatars based off them right away.
  • Badass Santa: All of the Santa Servants from FGO serve as this. They are dressed up as Santa but as they're still decently powerful Servants, so they will probably kick your butt hard. IDK about Santa Nero AKA Padoru tho, she might be too wholesome to cause harm.
  • Body Horror: That one girl from Uzumaki has half of her face conturted into a spirl and there's the fabled Thing in all of its twisted bodly porpotional glory.
  • Bookends: Each page in my gallery starts with and ends with a Marie Antoinette avatar. In fact these Maries would share a connection beyond being portrayals of Marie Antoinette with the exception of Page 2.
  • Cast of Snowflakes: Even if you count the different versions of Marie Antoinette, all of my avatars are quite varied in terms of art style, appearance/design, and medium.
  • Cerebus Rollercoaster: My avatar gallery varies widely in the scale of tone, usually neutral, with some outliners (such as Subject 9 and the piano dude). Then come Page 10, where it's like the designated horror page. The spookiness continues for a bit in Page 11, but it moved out from    da edge   .
  • Dark Action Girl: The armed mafia leader Balalaika and the angsty Anti-Hero Sylvie fit this.
  • Darker and Edgier: Page 10. It consists of mostly horror and horror-adjacent works, thus there are freaky monsters, serial killers, Body Horror, those covered in blood and just more edgier avvies in general.
  • Eldritch Abomination: We got a couple of Great Old Ones and Outer Gods, Upside-Down residents and the Chronicles of Darkness' take on an angel.
  • The Fashionista: Naturally, Marie Antoinette and not just the IRL version. IIRC, the FGO and ROV versions have numerous outfits, implying this for the former and probably confirmed in-story for the latter.
  • The Flapper: I got several of those 1920's, bobbed, rebellious, rowdy knee-lenght skirt/low-waisted gown girls; Josephine Baker, Clara Bow, Zelda Fitzgerald, Jordan Baker and so on!
  • Follow the Leader: Meta-example, 'cause why not, tho this entry will not be harsh. Ever since I created this section and other people saw it, I noticed that other Tropers are having their own "Tropes that apply to their avatar gallery'' in their pages. I don't mind this at all, since, after all, I don't own the concept. If you wanna have that on your Tropers page, go for it!
  • Fountain of Memes: I have some memey avatars such as Wabuu, that edited pic of Louis XVI saying "whoops", Grape-kun, that Distung avatar shared to me by DontJinxMe, Oversimified Louis XVI saying "Ooohhhh noooo!" and that Zelda CDI dude saying "Rogue launching is illegal, you know".
  • Historical Domain Character: A decent amount of them are historical figures, such as Marie Antoinette, Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova, Marie-Therese Charlotte, Elizabeth I, and Josephine Baker.
  • Historical Domain Superperson: The historical Servants (such as FGO!Marie, FGO!Anastasia, and FGO!Lakshimbai) and Don Bluth!Rasputin have supernatural abilities.
  • Mon: I have a few Pokémon avatars such as Wooper, Slowpoke, Lugia, Mightyena, and Froslass.
  • Mystical White Hair:
    • FGO!Marie (all versions), FGO!Anastasia (both Caster and Archer), FGO!Lakshimbai, Lore Olympus!Hades, Queen Arshtat, Jalter Lily, and Santa Karna have varying shades of white hair and all have superpowers and/or supernatural in nature.
    • Invoked but subverted by my Angelic Goddess look from Time Princess. She's dressed up as a goddess, hence the name, and has white hair, but is just a normal gal.
  • Royal Blood: A good amount of them (including like most of the historical figures) are royalty; in fact, it'll be easier to list the aversions.
  • Improbably Female Cast: I have at least several dozen avatars and I think only a quarter of them aren't female.
  • Overused Copycat Character: I have so many Marie Antoinette avatars that it's probably ridiculous. In fact, Page 7 consists of nothing but different versions of Marie!
  • Playing Against Type: There's that one piano avatar who's really out of place, but it was shared to me and it's cute, so I don't mind it that much.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Subject 9 and the sun as it appears in When Day Breaks. One is a murderous being and the other can transform any living organism under its light into demented humps of flesh.

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