/ Shinozaki Yuri
Shinozaki Yuri, aka Venice, is a poor abused girl who sunk herself into the world of videos in order to escape her real life . . . well, no, not really. Shinozaki Yuri is a privileged girl born into wealth and prestige, a modern day noblewoman born to one of the largest remaining Zaibatsus in Japan. While she was bullied as a child it merely reinforced the fact that she was better than others, and lead to her devising creative ways to get revenge and just generally make life miserable for anyone dumb enough to try and harass the petite girl. She discovered video games as a way to make her boring life more interesting, prefering MMORPGs more than single-player games. Yuri actually ended up reasonably famous (Not that anyone knew her IRL identity) in several games, amassing quite the in-game fortune as a collector of rare items and manipulating other players into doing her bidding.
It only took a few well-timed hints and puppy dog eyes to assure that Yuri would become a Beta Tester for Sword Art Online, thanks to her father making some . . 'donations' to Argus. Sadly, Yuri found that Sword Art Online's virtual world was an entirely different beast than what she was used to. There were so many more variables to keep in mind that she couldn't quite get the hang of it. Being a borderline-hikikomori, she wasn't used to running and swinging swords around, and found herself dead more than she was actually alive in the game, practically! In the end, she decided to adjust her strategies. She spent the majority of the beta just getting basic movement skills down, and gathering as much information on the game as possible so that she'd be better prepared for the main game. When the actual game launched, a 6'5" tall red-headed warrior named Venice appeared in the game, intent on making up for her lack of fighting skill with long reach and big weapons, as well as her information she gathered earlier. Of course, with Kayaba's 'gift' of the mirrors, her plan on getting a reach advantage was ruined when she was forcefully shunted out of her gorgeous irish warrior's body and back into her petite frame. Knowing that she can't risk dying, she decided there was no choice but to team up with others as their 'support', focusing on learning the various crafting skills to try and get a monetary and gear advantage.
There are too many shy and subby people here. I think a tiny-domme is necessary! Not that I'm that good of one, but heck, variety is the spice of life.