When I was younger, I thought the word "Meta" sounded cool and since then, I guess I've used it in every one of my usernames in some way or another (it's now more of a habit than anything). The "Raven" part came from the character Raven from Tekken. I forget why I included the "135" on the end.
For the length of time I have been playing Pokemon, which has been nearly 17 or was it 18 years? Heck its been so long, I am, in a sense a veteran player. My username Pokemon_Veteran is essentially what I am, a veteran Pokémon trainer.
That is what inspired my username.
My name is combined with two out of four of my all time favorite villains from another game (literally called the Chief Financial Officer and the Chief Executive Officer) and Lucario, my all-time favorite Pokémon. I abuse this combo a lot. :b
This is usually the in-game name I use on mmorpgs, and if i ever get a ds, wii u, or any console,
this would be considered my gaming tag. The inspiration was where I was teaching kids in a
Catechist class they'd always call me Mr. Roland which was my first name instead of my last name.
My nickname was majority of the time ro or roo if you want to exaggerate the name a bit. Hence
MrRoo was born.
Silver is my favorite color, and usually my username that I use is SilverDragon (due to the main character in the book I'm writing), but Rayquaza is one of my favorite dragon-types, so I chose SilverRayquaza.
This is my imagining of what the stretch-out of Serebii is. Yep. SerenadingCelebi. You could say I really like music and Psychic-Grass types, but seeing as there's only three, those are probably not viable reasons.
My first username, Snagger Outlaw, came from my love of the GCN games set in Orre. Not sure where the "Outlaw" part came from. It sounded cool when I was 13.
Then I namechanged to Sora since I was a hopeless Kingdom Hearts fangirl. Not so much anymore (love's still there, but everything outside of 1, 2, CoM, and BBS is dead to me) but I've grown kinda attached to it since I've held onto that name for like 10 years.