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One certainly has a soul; but how it came to allow itself to be enclosed in a body is more than I can imagine. I only know if once mine gets out, I'll have a bit of a tussle before I let it get in again to that of any other. -Lord Byron

The Romantic Egotist

Hello then. Just so you know, this site is run by a nineteen year old college student named Alex. That would be me. I include this page
A) because I like talking about myself
B) because I tire of shrines that don't let me see who's behind the curtain, so to speak, and
C) because I had to but that Byron quote somewhere, now didn't I?

Well then. I love shrines dearly because they combine personality in fandom in a way no other website (or, form of art if you want to get pretentious) can. I am mainly known for my bizarre literary mini-shrines and my insistance on the superiority of SNES era Final Fantasies. Though Zelda character shrines are rare, I was happy to make a site for a character people had actually heard of.

Most of my time is spent reading or wishing I had superpowers. Watching TV and playing videogames also occupy a large chunk of my time. I'm more of a romantic than a dreamer, and my motto follows the Scott Fitzgerald quotation, "One ought, at the same time, see that something is hopeless and be determined to make it not so." I delight in the tragic (so long as it's confined comfortably to the pages of a book) and have a rather violent sense of humor. I have a reputation for evil. Most people agree that I'd make a good general or other scary military figure.

I also have a reputation for odd historical knowledge (and what I don't know I can make up quite convincingly) and for liking old books. My favorites are The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Man in the Iron Mask, and The Great Gatsby, as of right now. (These things are forever changing.) I also am currently suffering from infatuation with the romantic poets. I went through a Keats phase and now I'm moving onto Byron, and knowing me Shelley won't be too far behind.

I've been a Zelda fan for as long as I can remember, and I suppose I've enjoyed video games for longer. I wouldn't describe myself as "hard-core" but I'm not opposed to a bit of research...I like knowing obscure things. Other favorite games of mine, besides the Zelda series, are Final Fantasy VI, and more recently Rise of Nations. (You conquer the world, and stuff. Good fun.) Though, I like almost anything I play, I've no discerning taste whatsoever.

So, that's me, that delightful eccentric.