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[This is a roleplay account, and the stuff written here is taken
straight from the wiki.]

Nepeta Leijon, also known by her TROLLIAN handle, arsenicCatnip, is
one of the TROLLS. Her associated zodiac sign is Leo (♌) and she has
horns shaped like cat ears.
Her typing quirk consists of preceding every line with ":33 <". ":3"
is generally used as a smiley reminiscent of a cat face, while 33 is
the atomic number of arsenic. ":33" also represents the face of her
two-mouthed feline LUSUS. She occasionally changes these to form
different facial expressions. She replaces syllables of words with
feline-related homophones, such as "purrmission," "refurring" or
"pawses" rather than "permission," "referring" and "pauses",
respectively. Instances of doubled-e in a word, such as "sleepy", are
replaced by doubled-3 ("sl33py") but she otherwise does not use letter
substitution. She also tends to type in actions between asterisks,
though this is a result of her constant roleplaying rather than a
quirk like the other trolls'.

Her first name is derived from the scientific genus of CATNIP, and
Leijon is taken from the surname of ANNA-GRETA LEIJON, who was Swedish
Minister of Immigration in 1976 and victim of a kidnapping plot dubbed
OPERATION LEO. The Swedish word lejon ("leijon" is the archaic
spelling) means "lion", and is pronounced LAY-on. Also, the Finnish
word for lion is leijona (which is most likely a Swedish loan word).

She was invited by KARKAT to be on the RED TEAM, but HER MOIRAIL
demanded she be on the BLUE TEAM.


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