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SuicideGirl Gamer of the Week: Wulfilia

By Alexander Hinkley in Interviews

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“Wulfilia” seems like a pretty unusual username. What made you choose it?

I’m the talent coordinator and second in command for the group I model for here in Tulsa. My best friend is the owner and I’m one of her original models. When we started it, we wanted everyone to go with a modeling name and persona and I’ve always been in love with the wilderness, woods, and wolves, (I’m a hippie at heart) so she was reading through some names on one of those online baby name lists, then Wulfilia popped and hit me like a ton of bricks. In an amazing way of course. It’s stuck ever since.

How did you first become interested in becoming an alternative model?

Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a love for fashion and lingerie. So modeling came very close to those categories because it brought those two together for me. One day I had a friend tell me about Tumblr, so I decided to make one to try and explore  fashion, modeling, lingerie further without feeling like I was in a strange community. I was 15 years old at this point. I was scrolling through my dashboard and I saw a picture of Radeo Suicide. She opened my world to alternative modeling. I thought the photos I had seen of her were remarkable. I fell in love with her tattoos and sets and my interest and love for alternative modeling and Suicide Girls just blossomed from there.

What are some of your favorite all-time videos games?

Favorite all-time games hmm? Well I can’t forget the ones that got me started in gaming. Final Fantasy, Harvest Moon, Destruction Derby, and those silly little demo games that you used to be able to buy or get in gaming magazines for the PS2. Those little demos got me through so many Saturdays at home when I was little and Final Fantasy took me into a whole new world. Final Fantasy will forever be on my favorite old games along with Destruction Derby for the N64. As for new games, Bioshock: Infinite. That game appeals to me on so many different levels.

Name one game that you hate.

Assassin’s Creed 3 and Final Fantasy 13. Yeah, yeah, I know I just said I love FF but, seriously, that game could not have been any more of a buzzkill. Same with AC3. They both just annoyed the poop out of me. I really can’t  fathom why they thought those would be good games.

Name one game that you suck at, but still like anyway.

I am so terrible at racing games. I couldn’t name just one game, so I’m giving you a genre. I still love playing racing games, but alone. The only racing game I can play with others is Mario Kart. Even then I get super competitive. The others I like playing by myself because I am so terrible. It’s just funny to watch myself fail. But I still love them so.

What, if anything, are you currently playing right now?

Currently I am playing GTA 5 and eagerly awaiting the release of the newest Assassin’s Creed. I really didn’t like the last one, but I’m holding on to this one hoping they redeem themselves. Boy am I enjoying GTA, though. The game has come a long way from early PS2 games. The handling is better. I can actually drive the cars now! Haha.

Wulfilia2What is something that you would like to see made into a video game?

This is a difficult question. Most everything I would like to see already has been turned into a game. Thinking long and hard on it, I think it would be interesting to see a video game based off of the book And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie that isn’t just on the Wii or PC. Everything else that I’m interested in already is a console game.

Tell me something strange about yourself not many other people know.

I collect bones and crystals. I’m not so open with that because it’s something that’s become very close to me as a pastime and a part of my character. I like what the bones and crystals symbolize and stand for. The crystals can have so many different uses and promote so many different energies. And as for the collecting of bones, it’s kind of like keeping a part of history with me. I’m helping that animal live on through a piece of art or display.

Let’s say I want to ask out a girl who I already know is a huge gamer. What are some good ideas for a cool date?

I know for a fact if you took any gamer girl to a decent arcade (preferably one with go-carts) that it would a good date idea. Me personally, I would love to be taken to a comic shop or video game store or book store. I also really love decorations and Halloween. So this time of the year is perfect for first dates. All the Halloween stores and attractions. The state fairs coming around. But I’m also very strange so creepy things make me happy.

A comic book store eh? What kind of comics are you into?

I am into all sorts of comics. I read a lot of the mainstream stuff as well as the indie stuff. I have a few friends who do their own thing just to have fun, and I like reading what they come up with. I mainly just enjoy the art. I need a good story to get into the comic itself, but I also need amazing art. If the art doesn’t appeal to me, then I probably won’t read it. My favorite comic artists are John Buscema and Jim Steranko. They both were booming in the sixties and seventies and they are just exactly what I love about comic book art. Detailed, refined, old-school.

Believe it or not, I have actually never read a comic book! Where do you recommend a newbie like myself start?

Well if you’re looking for a good comic, start off with any of the most popular superheroes you can think of. It sounds so cliche, but seriously it’s your best bet. My first was Spiderman. So start off with something like Deadpool, X-Men, Batman, Superman, Spiderman, or The Avengers. They’re familiar stories, so you won’t feel too lost and then venture out from there! Trying to find indie comics can be really fun because you can find some really interesting stories. Comixology.com is a good spot to start for indies. That’s where a lot of people are just in their homes doodling comics for fun go to publish them and get them out.

Video games based on movies are notorious for being horrible. Are there any video games based on comics that are worth checking out?

Deadpool! Holy crap but that game is the best comic book game I have ever played and experienced! It is so hilarious and has an amazing storyline. There are extra bits in the game where you can click them and he will give you silly comments. The narrator’s of the game are two of his personalities as well. They are basically what would represent an angel and a devil. They do still belong to Deadpool however, so they’re still evil. But they are so funny. There were points where I had to just sit there in the game because I was almost quite literally rolling on the floor laughing.

Okay last question. Going back to the video game date theme, give me your best pickup line to use on a gamer.

Let me just dish out a few for you and you can pick for yourself:

“Care to come over to my house for a little co-op?”
“I think something is wrong with my auto-aim, because I can’t take my eyes off of you.”
“Hey baby, do you want to come over and take a look at my light saber?”
“Call me Lara Croft, because I’m about to go to tomb raiding.”
“Are you a fire mage? Because you’re making me hot.”
“If you were a Pikmin, I would pick you first.”
“Girl, you’re so hot you’re making my Xbox red ring.”
“Your job class must be thief because you stole my heart.”

And my favorite…

“Plumbers are red, Hedgehogs are blue, push start to join, and be my player two.”

There. I hope you enjoyed those. They may not all work, but that last one is so sweet my heart would melt if someone used it on me, I probably would give them at least one date to try them out. Haha.

Where can fans find more of you?

Instagram: bigbadwulfilia

SuicideGirls: http://suicidegirls.com/members/Wulfilia/

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