||The one I'm in
||The Sherlock Holmes English Speaking Vernacular
Hello there, I am Z,
The only clothes I wear are a white long sleeve t-shirt, and jeans.
My disheveled and languid appearance masks my great powers of deduction and insight. I tend to second-guess everything when I am presented with a problem, and I am extremely meticulous and analytical. I have several quirks such as preferring to crouch rather than sit, eating only sweet foods like desserts and fruits, and holding items very delicately. I stayed in England for years, and during that time I was the champion in tennis for the England Junior Cup. I also suffer from Asperger's Syndrome.
Debut: England, 1900's
Birthday: 26th November
Also known as: Z, Zéro, Zéro Kirekisvadegaden.
Status at debut: Born
Relations: None Known
Voice actor: Myself
Conceptualization Power: 10/10
Will to act: 9/10
Social Skills: 2/10
Race: Custom (Light skinned Imperial with custom hair)
Health: Over 9,000
Eye Colour: Gold
Sign: The Lord
Class: Custom (Warlord)
Major Skills: All 100
Minor Skills: All 100
Attributes: All 100
P.S. Cake = happiness.
And a very high metabolism + Cake = Alot of happiness.
Since most of you probably won't know what it is I'll explain, oh but please don't call it a disease, for it isn't and that really pisses me off when someone thinks less of me just because I have something.. Thanks.
What is Asperger syndrome?
Asperger syndrome is a form of autism, which is a lifelong disability that affects how a person makes sense of the world, processes information and relates to other people. Autism is often described as a 'spectrum disorder' because the condition affects people in many different ways and to varying degrees. While there are similarities with autism, people with Asperger syndrome have fewer problems with speaking and are often of average, or above average, intelligence. We do not usually have the accompanying learning disabilities associated with autism, but some may have specific learning difficulties. These can include dyslexia and dyspraxia or other conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and epilepsy. (I have none.) Although I do have difficulty with social communication, I also find it uncomfortable to express myself.
Love of routines
To try and make the world less confusing, we may have rules and rituals (ways of doing things) which we insist upon. For example, I have to write in books the exact same way every time or I feel uncomfortable and sometimes upset, my friend (all 2 of them) understand that I have to walk home the same way and help me do this.
People with Asperger syndrome may develop an intense, sometimes obsessive, interest in a hobby or collecting. Sometimes these interests are lifelong; in other cases, one interest is replaced by an unconnected interest. E.g. Everything there is to know about the band MUSE, this obsession could be life long or just a week, and then replaced by a totally unrelated one e.g. Posters.