No problem. ^^ But wow, that really sucks...that's like saying an orange is going to be sour just because it's an orange! Not all oranges are sour...but well, as a psychologist once said, "if it happens 9 out of 10 times, then we can give them proper credit, but if it happens 9 out of 1000 times, then it's just dumb luck." Of course, he was referring to why pigeons always seem to have such excellent aim, and I don't even think I quoted that right, but I think it's nearly the same here. If 90% of all fan characters were really Mary Sues, then that 10% seems insignificant by comparison, even though it does exist. But it happens 0.9% of the time, there's a less than one percent chance, so why's everyone making it seem like it's 99%? Or even 100%? ...Ok, I seem to be making no sense anymore whatsoever, so I'll end my really long comment here.
PS This is why most people add a character profile in the description. ^^
Yeah, I know how much work artists and writers put into making a character...you might not know everything about the people around you, but since you're creating the character, you have to link everything together: their pasts, personalities, hardships, sacrifices, joys, etc. Maybe creating a Mary Sue is just easier in some people's opinion because they're seemingly perfect? Idk...but I really like your character though.