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Once upon a time there was what there was...

..and if nothing had happened, there would be nothing to tell.

Name:
Waywren Truesong
Birthdate:
2 December 1982
Schools:
Best things first, my mood theme was the brainchild of the hard-working Musogato @ LJ!

In the beginning, all was without form and dark, and the Word moved upon the surface of the waters.
That Word was 'Waywren'. n.n
Tiring of the whole Deific Entity bit, I decided to try my hand at -living- in all those worlds I'd been making, and settle down. But, who to be?
I riffled through the mind of the nearest anime/manga fanfiction author, and found My answer.
I have been an assassin, a healer, an inkeeper, a trickster, an author, a singer of songs; I have been a 33-S given new life and light, a dark elf born on Lodoss and wandering the stars, a simple girl cast out of her own world and into another, a nine-tailed kitsune, the Senshi of Jupiter, the Type of the Contact's joy.
I'll probably be something else next Tuesday. n.n v

(LJ admins: emergency data posted, earliest backdated chron.)

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