Hm. With Felix I think it was the fact that I just wanted to experiment writing with a truly obnoxious and extremely annoying character. A lot of my older characters spurred from exaggerated parts of my personality (Sheckler included) and Felix is probably my most challenging as I don't see as many parts of her in myself, but she's 90% of things I hate or avoid in others. She ended up being one of my more successful ones.
My goals - if we're talking from an e-fed perspective, I'd like to delve into her story more. I scratched the surface from when I was the most active with her and I loved the way I told a story with her, so I'd like to experiment more with that.
I created her back in 2014. She's my go-to because I think I've evolved the most with her in the shortest period of time and she has such a rich story that I can continue to evolve her and go a million different ways with her and back because she's still somewhat "newer".
I feel my work is stronger with Lexi for the sole reason that Lexi and I are very alike (minus the murdering and drug use, obviously). I find it effortless to be her. With Felix I struggle sometimes in my promos because it's harder to tap into that character mindset. When I write as Lexi, words just sort of fall out and form. That being said, I use Lexi so intermittently that I often find myself forgetting where I was with her which can be a hinderance.
I was guilty forever of using celebrities or models instead of wrestlers, if for any reason because it was easier to be unique. It's difficult sometimes to see/read a million John Cena's and remember them as the characters and not just somebody with another [insert wrestler] face. I like my characters to be remembered so I tend to use unique pic bases.
MSN, holy fuck haha. Ummmm there's no way in hell I'd be able to remember them all it was way too long ago, but if you named some they might ring a bell.
I was not aware of EAW prior to REVOLT!
I love EAW's community. I love that everyone hypes everyone else up and how active and interactive it can be. I like that there are a range of new faces and new competition. It definitely does not feel cliqueish which is gd refreshing.
Yes, I would be able to knock them out and I have enjoyed the scraps I've been in. If I was not legally licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada, I would train and compete in MMA. Unfortunately I can't do anything that would conflict with working in law.
I got into e-fedding in the most random way, but I was 11, and MSN Groups were a real thing. As soon as I saw my first e-fed which was EGWF in 2005, I was like, wait, do you make your own characters and then...they fight...through writing. That's sick. And I joined and networked from there. It was wholesome.
Toughest opponent I've ever faced... Tbh I never felt like an "oh shit" moment when I saw I was booked against anyone, but the closest I ever came was back in the MSN Days when there was a girl called Phoenix and she had a Christy Hemme face, she would just write the longest fucking promos and won every time; but I'm sure no one even read them, but either way she was undefeated like her whole career. So her, and then back in GWC when it was Felix vs. Krys Jericho, she was a fighter and always fired back. We went back and forth and both of us won some and lost some but it was good.
I got into wrestling when I was about 8 and it was because my sister had it on while doing her homework and I fell in love with Jeff Hardy. In all honesty I don't watch it much anymore.
Nope, my love for him definitely started with GKMC. My favourite song is Backseat Freestyle annnnd also King Kunta.
Lmao biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitch I'm going to slap you. I can't even remember because it was probably before I started having a life tbh. I was antisocial until I was out of university.
I actually haven't had the chance of exploring Canada much. I dated a guy who was an infantry soldier so I spent a little bit of time in Quebec because that's where their training base is, but Montreal is just a basic version of Toronto with more french people. They're rude. I'd like to visit Alberta and I'm trying to convince my boyfriend to move there because the housing market is unreal.
Favourite thing about real estate law is that it's always busy, I like to have things constantly on the go. I work 9 to 5 and sometimes don't take a lunch because there's always a file to work on. Least favourite thing about it is the deadlines because I deal specifically with mortgages, so I can have 10-15 files closing in one day and if problems arise it's a lot of back and forth.