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AA App - Sigrid Yuulson by KayVeeDee AA App - Sigrid Yuulson by KayVeeDee
Gosh Kay's never ever done with these apps, is she?

I've been meaning to place Sigrid and her vivid imagination somewhere, and this group is so adorable; it would be perfect for her!

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"Everyone bow down to Her Royal Highness Sigrid Yuulson, Queen of the Night!"


General


:bulletblack:Name: Sigrid Yuulson
:bulletblack:Species (#): #434 - Stunky
:bulletblack:Age: 11
:bulletblack:Gender: Female
:bulletblack:Birthday: October 28th
:bulletblack:Nature: Impish
:bulletblack:Characteristic: Highly Curious
:bulletblack:Personality: Sigrid is lively, cheerful, and full to the brim with imagination; born with a strong tendency towards chronic hallucinations and apparitional experiences, Sigrid taught herself at a young age to embrace the distorted world she experiences, and sees wonder in even the most mundane things. Sigrid's imagination is boundless, and often spills over into her understanding of the real world; she often believes herself to be a princess or a magician or a pirate, and kindly demands that her peers indulge her little fantasies for as long as she needs them to. Sigrid is fond of mischief, and doesn't have any qualms with getting herself in trouble; after all, the only thing that's important is how good a story this would be once it's over.

:bulletblack:Ability: Aftermath - If Sigrid faints, the attacker loses 1/4 of its total HP.

:bulletblack:Moveset:
:iconpoisontypeplz: Sludge Bomb (90p, 10pp, 100%)
:icongroundtypeplz: Dig (80p, 10pp, 100%)
:iconpoisontypeplz: Toxic (--p, 10pp, 90%)
:iconnormaltypeplz: Slash (70, 20pp, 100%)

School Stats


:bulletblack:Grade: 6th
:bulletblack:Schedule:

- English I: Poetry
- Social Studies: Geography
- Math I: Geometry
- Science I: Biology
- Art I - 2D Media
- PE: Dance
- Performing Arts - Theatre

:bulletblack:Excelled Class: Art - Sigrid's vivid imagination paired with her altered perception or reality lends her to create some pretty interesting stuff~

:bulletblack:Sport: Dance - She doesn't really mind whatever kind of dance, but she really likes the kind that tell stories.


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:bulletblack:Fun Facts:

-Sigrid's hallucinations are a form of benign anomalous experience known in psychology and parapsychology and 'apparitional experiences.' Apparitional experiences are usually benign, and the experienced hallucinations tend to take on very solid and tangible forms, sometimes even casting shadows and reflections. 
-Sigrid adores stories. She loves to read them, hear them, tell them, etc. Sigrid's penchant for stories has led the little skunk to have an unusual appreciation for literature and language.
-Sigrid absolutely hates rainy weather and to this date refuses to learn how to swim.
-Sigrid doesn't sleep much. She loves to stay up late and suffers no visible consequences from waking up early the next morning. 
-Sigrid LOVES to act. Loves loves loves it. She plays pretend all the time, and has a remarkable talent for staying in character (exaggerated as said character might be) unless she absolutely must snap out of it.
-She still believes in cooties so guys, don't even try to ruffle her hair unless you want her to set her imaginary army on you
- Sigrid's favorite colors are Red and Olive, but she'll wear literally anything available given that it's comfortable and/or colorful enough.
-As a stunky she is capable of causing quite a stink. But why bother? It would drive off all her potential friends away!
- Sigrid loves food. All food. Any food. Give her food and she'll automatically be your friend.

:bulletblack:Favorite Food: What do you mean, 'favorite?' Chocolate cookies

:bulletblack:Hobbies: Dancing, doodling, dressing up, playing pretend, dressing others up, relaxing with some good music playing, listening to stories, telling stories, eating tasty food, exploring, getting the upperclassmen to play with her

Pokemon and Stunky belong to Nintendo.
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JanJanColored Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Student Digital Artist
OH GOSH SHE'S CUTE!  Like...a plushie.  A very huggable plushie child - for a lack of a better term haha!
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KayVeeDee Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
AAAH OMG THANK YOU FRIEND *hugs*
xD It's okay, I know what you mean. But thanks! It means a lot that you like her so much! ^^
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ColoredTalesStudios Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Student General Artist
Ahhh, she's so precious! *squee* Such a charming little cutie!
I love how creativity and story oriented this character is.  I've never really seen a character for such a penchant for imagination, as while there are many people who play pretend she actually cares about the story.  Maybe she'd enjoy LARP and cosplay when she gets older?
I'm looking forward to seeing more of her!
Btw, have you ever considered writing your own stories?
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KayVeeDee Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Whaaa thank youuuu *huggles* 
Haha, I've been hoping to find a place for her for a while for that exact reason! She's so involved in her imagination; she can pretty much be anything she wants to as long as she believes it~
And wow, I didn't even think about it when I was making her but Sigrid would totally be into LARPing and cosplay if she found out what those were! :0
I have, actually! But sadly I have lots of ideas for setting and character and almost no sense of plot. Any potential webcomics I might work on would take years for me to think up stories for xD;;
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ColoredTalesStudios Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Student General Artist
You're welcooommmee~ *returns huggles*
And that's awesome!  Maybe she could fancy herself a Kecleon and try and sneak around the kitchen . . . And then somehow get inexplicably caught because she's a KECLEON.
I had that problem, too.  I like to think up a beginning and end and then ask questions on how they'd gotten from point A to point B, starting at the beginning but then moving to the other end when I get stuck. (How I do this is that I write down "What happens first?" write down the event and then ask "What now?" and if there are any smaller details that need skimmed over I note them somewhere in the document right under the event that it applies to, and if there are details that need to be attended to in the next event then I ask "What about x?") Eventually the two ends will come together in the middle of the story and after some revision you have your plot!  It doesn't work if it's not written down somewhere.  For me, it really helps!
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KayVeeDee Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, if the opportunity for her to pretend to be a ninja or a secret agent ever came up, I can definitely see her pretending to be a kecleon! She would get caught really fast though; playing pretend doesn't mean she'd be good at doing whatever she thinks she's doing >.>
Huh, really? I definitely have to try that sometime! It seems like a nice, solid method of coming up with plots. Thanks!
Usually my plots are all very political in nature... I guess it's because with settings I have a much easier time writing histories and whatnot up; it's mostly wars, politics, economic behavior, social dynamics and cultural evolution. Somehow I find that infinitely easier to come up with because the focus is bigger - it's taken much farther away from the  individual, so there's more room for horribly dramatic things! One person going to war, having an economic depression, and going through a drought seems silly, beaut an entire country is more than possible to have all three? I don't know, I guess that's where I get stuck. Trying to narrow the focus.
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ColoredTalesStudios Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Definitely wouldn't be able to loiter around in the halls after hours for long.  Didn't exactly go to ninja school and take classes.
</small>You're welcome~!
I like working with politics and war myself, but my characters are usually focusing on the present rather than the past so that usually narrows my perspective.  If an idea comes to mind then I'll write it down but otherwise I usually don't focus on past events that are out of the range of my plot.  Just overdetailing things.</small>
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KayVeeDee Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Pfft, I'm not even sure if Sigrid cares enough about most of her classes to put aside pretending to be a ninja xD
Hm? I guess I find it difficult to have small enough story arcs that each little chapter or comic strip can stand alone well enough. But I guess if I want to start on this anytime soon it might be worth it to write stuff down like you do!
I have a tendency for my characters to be tied by blood to their history. I can't think of a single OC in a group I have that isn't profoundly impacted by what happened to them in the past, even if it's just evident in tiny little quirks. I love details xD I'm sure there's a way I can make it work for me, and I'm just not thinking of it yet? 
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ColoredTalesStudios Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Student General Artist
Probably not, but she still has to at least keep up her grades with what she does bother to work on in the day outside of her ninja-ing during the late hours.  :iconohyoudogplz:
There's no one way to do things, and if you find a way that works for you then by all means go with it.  Writing your ideas down just helps to organize your thoughts so that it doesn't become a big jumbled mess that eventually becomes impossible to work with.  I learned a lot of the tricks of the trade by looking around the web at writing blogs and such, so if you want to learn more then you may want to start there.
I was thinking more on the scale of world history, but yes, I can't say that I don't agree with that kind of reasoning.  Character history is very important in creating believable characters.  If the core elements aren't done well (background being one of them) it can come off as overly grandiose, cliche, overdone, or otherwise unappealing and no matter how good the writing itself is if the plot and characters aren't done well it can seem cheesy and will drive off potential fans.  I'm sure that if you just keep working at it you'll find a way; you just haven't gotten there yet. ^^
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cherifish Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014
Oh my gosh, what a cutie! I am so glad you are joining too, Kay! So exciting! You always make such interesting little characters!
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