Starmeshelion also seems to have an obsession for dictating how the character of Stacy should and should not be portrayed in fan fiction. This obsession has not been well received by some other PPMB denizens, most notably in the group of authors known as Angst Lords. (It should be noted though that his contentions pertain to canon, and not to angst as an all-inclusive genre.) He defines his views of the Daria characters as being "humanistic to the extreme," and believes that all characters should be treated exactly like real people, especially Stacy. These views are very much related to his general opinion regarding canon, although he considers Stacy's surname appearance in James Joyce's Ulysses as part of the canon, as well.
Starmeshelion also has a tendency to mention Stacy off-topic very often, and defend her no matter what the subject or who the person arguing with him is.
Additionally, Starmeshelion is also an aspiring author with an obvious interest in Fashion Club fan fiction. True to his minimalistic nature, he produces no more than one or two new fanfics per year. He is currently working on a project of writing a full-length collection of poems dedicated to Stacy.
In order to describe his devotion to Stacy, Starmeshelion coined the term "Stacyolatry", which according to him means "excessive veneration of Stacy Rowe, especially with sharp contrast to other main characters, particularly Daria Morgendorffer." Regardless of the presence of other Stacy fans within the overall Daria fan community, not one other person in the fandom has likewise openly confessed to thinking of Stacy in such ways.
Starmeshelion posted a poll asking other users whether they found his love for character Stacy Rowe to be "creepy." The thread was very active (over 100 posts) within the first 24 hours before being locked after running its course. In response, other people started posting their own parodical polls, which in turn took the word "creepy" far beyond its original dictionary meaning. As of May 2007, the meaning of the word "creepy" within the context of the overall PPMB slang remains uncertain.