This user is busy at this time due to Wikibreak and work on his/her original music compositions and arranged music covers; he/she may occasionally make sporadic edits here and there if time permits and if feeling like it. This user will be back September 9, 2019 (hopefully).
(SilSinn9801 from Bulbagarden is not to be confused with the SilSinn9801 from Wikipedia; there, he/she is known instead as SilSinn9821, since the name SilSinn9801 was already taken when he/she wanted to join Wikimedia.)
This user joined Bulbapedia on June 24, 2018.
This user is not a member of any project and prefers to work on anything floating around.
SilSinn9801, better known as Silent Sinner in Scarlet in the YouTube community and usually abbreviated as SilSinn in the Pokémon Trainer community (although sometimes playing as either Sillia or シルシンナ), is an aspiring FM-synth indie musician with some fondness for the original musical works by some godfathers of Japanese anime & video game music, like Nobuo Uematsu, Revo, Tatsuo Takai, & ZUN. He/she has an interest in researching multilingual features of some role-playing video games, including Pokémon, and when not contributing to Bulbapedia (or its Spanish sibling WikiDex), he/she either works on his/her music, or trains his/her Pokémon in his/her favorite games, or contributes to Wikipedia. He/she also contributes to a few other wikis hosted on Wikia(none of them Pokémon-related; he/she insists Bulbapedia is the most authoritative English-language wiki on Pokémon-centric stuff), including one where he/she is an administrator, nomenclature expert, and rollbacker (among other duties).
Silent Sinner In Scarlet a.k.a. SilSinn/Sillia/シルシンナ
aspiring FM-synth indie musician (Guitarist maybe? Meh, I’m more comfortable with a keyboard, or a computer for that matter)
Scarlet: the blood of some Holy one crucified by ancient Romans nearly 2000 years ago… the ONLY blood that can cleanse each and every sin in the world — even the silent ones.
Sil: abbreviation of “Silent”.
Sinn: abbreviation of “Sinner”.
9801: refers to a long-storied family of computers made by Japanese firm NEC and sold in Japan from the early 1980’s well into 2003: the PC-9801. The music compiled by Silent Sinner in Scarlet (abbreviated as SilSinn) strongly resembles the kind of background music played by ancient video games made for the PC-9801.
Working Area (Userspace; not draft articles per se, but rather proposed updates to existing articles)
USUM Fashion items(fashion tables similar to those in Fashion item, which were recently updated to include USUM-exclusive items; makes use of proposed draft templates below in an attempt to improve its presentability)
Draft Templates (Userspace, pending approval by Tiddlywinks)
When SilSinn9801 plays as a boy, he always goes by the Trainer name SilSinn (always in English).
When SilSinn9801 plays as a girl, she goes by either Sillia (usually in a foreign language like German), Ｓｉｌｌｉａ (in Chinese, although she can’t really understand Chinese), or シルシンナ (in Japanese, transliterated as Shirushinʼna but actually meant to be pronounced as SilSinna).
SilSinn9801 has a fetish for tooltips, even though tooltips are not supported by most smartphones (even when using Desktop view mode); this sometimes pisses off the admins and bureaucrats of Bulbapedia, so much that certain tooltips placed by SilSinn9801 on the article Player character were rolled back by them.
SilSinn9801 was once scolded by the admins for recklessly editing a then-unprotected template page for a usertag then used by 69 Bulbapedia users (including him/herself) —an action that apparently stressed out the server—, although they apparently appreciated the usage documentation he/she provided there. The template page still preserves SilSinn9801’s edit, but has now been protected to prevent any further reckless edits; he/she has been told by the admins not to edit any further unprotected template pages, except solely for providing usage documentation (or whatever can be appropriately placed within the <noinclude> XML tags, but not outside it).