How old were you when you first joined dA?
I was 21 years and 2 months old.
Do you remember your very first deviation? If so, what was it?
My first deviation was a piece of Star Wars fan fiction called Vode An. This might be surprising to some of you who know of my less than receptive attitude to fan fiction.
Who was your first watcher?
My first watcher was a fellow Star Wars fan fiction writer and a friend I knew through gaming, he introduced me to dA. I can't think what his username is, but I believe he's still there on my watchers list, though to the best of my knowledge he's no longer active on here.
Who was the first person you watched?
See above, other than him I believe the first was zulou but I'd have to double check to be certain.
What is your fondest memory of dA so far?
There's more than a few to choose from, but I think it has to be getting the opportunity to be published. The first time was an incredible feeling, there really is nothing like seeing your name in print. But the best has to be the second time being published. I got to share that feeling with several friends I've made here on dA.
What is your greatest ambition with dA for the future?
I've been toying with the idea of applying to become a Lit CV, however I don't think I'm ready for that responsibility yet. I'd also love to earn a Daily Deviation. I've spoken to several CV's and Senior members about this ambition, and they've all without fail told me that it isn't something I (or anyone) should actively aim for. I disagree. It's not about the prestige, faves or views. DD's are the dA version of Peer Review awards, to produce a piece of work that my peers think is worthy of commendation and recognition, I can think of no greater ambition to aim for.
Last Question, Just for fun. Pie or Cake?
I prefer to bring unity to the pie and cake war by giving them a common enemy, so I choose.... Eclairs!