1) A terrible sense of humor. I don’t think I ever pick any GOOD jokes for Peter, just like, awful puns and dad jokes and lines from songs from twenty years ago. One day, at a Fantastic Four Christmas in the future, he’s going to be that uncle standing around making bad jokes while Franklin and Val and Dani Cage and Bentley 23 are So Embarrassed.
2) Nervous energy. He’s rarely 100% comfortable in his own skin (as opposed to his spandex suit, which he is way too comfortable in) and it shows. He’s neurotic, he worries. He’s got the Life Alert commercial running in his head 24/7. I always tend towards writing Peter doing something — scuffing his heels or sticking his hands in his pockets or touching somebody, and it’s as much because he can’t keep his hands to himself as a way to take his mind off whatever he’s thinking about.
3) Goodness. I debated picking this or his sense of responsibility, but they’re kind of intrinsically linked, so. There’s something that’s just so good about Peter Parker, even when he’s being kind of a jerk.
Pick a character I’ve written and I will explain the top ~three to five ideas/concepts/etc I keep in mind while writing that character that I believe are essential to accurately depicting them.
I’m proud that my only currently relevant contribution to Fire Emblem fandom is: “Ike, almost definitely gay. Maybe a furry?”
never doubt my ability to watch the same episode of something ten thousand times and remain just as interested and entertained every single time
Because traincat wants it, and because I spent several hours today speeding through to September to get them.
I feel special