I'm a New England native who loves coffee, dragons, reading, writing, webcomics (especially Homestuck), gaming (especially The Legend of Zelda, Ace Attorney, and Resident Evil), and many other fine pursuits.
For reblogs you can expect to see Homestuck, Attack on Titan, Zelda, Ace Attorney, Fullmetal Alchemist, Wicked (the musical), music, and random pretty pictures. You can also expect the occasional text post about my life as an extrovert who lives in the middle of a huge ass forest.
I am an amateur VA on YouTube, and here on Tumblr. I mostly voice Terezi Pyrope (and Latula Pyrope) from Homestuck, but I have also voiced other characters for both fan and original projects. Check out my voice acting tag or Youtube channel if you want to hear some of my work!
And yes, I am the person behind 4SK T3R3Z1 VO1C3!
Knight of Mind
Land of Scalemates and Cackles
…Oh, and by the way, thank you for all the voice suggestions! I got a ton, and I think a few of them might possibly happen.
astraldirectrix reblogged your audio post and added:
One of the most intense, horrifying, bone-chilling, absolutely AMAZING things ever produced from the Homestuck fandom.
And quite possibly, one of the most frightening recordings OF ALL TIME. When will you ever get to hear something this disturbing and absolutely BRILLIANT again?? Riddle me that.
Gamzee’s monstrous, feral roars and growls.
Karkat’s screams of raw, unfiltered anguish.
Everything about Terezi.
God, it’s so wonderfully numbing to hear this again.
Well done Afina, James, Case and everyone. You guys done real good.
Holy shit this is some REALLY high praise. Thank you so much for your kind words.
I don’t even know what else to say except “thank you” over and over.
agents-of-feels replied to your post “How about the part where Terezi confronts Gamzee?”
That recording killed me.
Oh god James and I have apparently killed so many people with that recording
Oh, that is a good one! I’ve actually already done it. Put that down as one of the most intense recording sessions I’ve ever had.
[The violence is rather realistic in that recording, so if you are sensitive to that make sure you’re careful]