Texas Rule of Evidence 404(a)(2) allows pertinent character traits of a victim to be admitted. Violent character traits of the complainant is fair game in cases involving self-defense. See Torres v. State, 71 S.W.3d 758 (2002). Opinion and reputation testimony may be offered to prove that the victim acted in conformity with his or her violent nature. Id. Also, specific acts of violence may be offered to show a defendants fear was justified. See Torres v. State, 117 S.W.3d 891 (Tex.Crim.App. 2003).