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When 4e came out, D&D changed for me, even though I had mostly been playing my homebrew game. /tg/ also changed, since D&D became a battleground topic, with every discussion becoming an argument over the editions.
It was around this time that I also started drawfagging. I'm not particularly skilled, but I did have a tablet and some time, so I went ahead and started making threads. It was odd, because unlike writing (which can be done anonymously), drawing can't really be done without people figuring out who you are.
Most of my drawthreads are gone from the archives, since it's sup/tg/'s policy to not keep drawthreads, but that's all well and good, because I could maybe do 5-6 drawings for each thread, which isn't a whole lot.
At some point, I decided to draw an elf girl.
That's really it. I drew the elf girl, and I made her hair have these two little strands that curled upwards. When I finished the doodle, instead of stopping, I just kept going. From there, I ended up making a comic, for probably no reason then I felt like it at the moment. I then made more and more comics featuring this elf girl, and I ended up not only recieving the moniker "Ribbonfag" but I started to get banned as well.
For some reason, Ribbon pissed some people off. Yes, they were bad comics. Really, really bad. It was mostly me just fiddling around with my tablet out of boredom, and I must have rubbed one of the moderators the wrong way because I got banned when I tried to post a new comic. After the ban expired I tried again, and boom, another ban.
This became predictable, but I didn't see anything wrong with what I was doing, and whatever grudge the person might have against me I felt that ignoring the moderator would be probably the best line of action. Sadly, they didn't feel like they could just ignore me.
In any case, Ribbon is cute and harmless.