Author has written 10 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Yu Yu Hakusho, Legend of Zelda, and Naruto.
Hi! I like shorts! They're delightfully comfy and easy to wear! And I'm an Airheadninja! ... Okay, so you figure the only way I came up with that name is to watch anime and read manga (not to mention the quote from Pokemon Firered), right? Yeah, you're right. Naruto is one of my favorites, and FullMetal Alchemist too. And lately I've been obsessed with Yu-Gi-Oh! Here are some things about me. (By the way, my rattata is in the top percentage of all rattatas).
GUYS! SERIOUSLY READ THE WHOLE PROFILE! I DON'T HAVE ANY COPY/PASTE STUFF! IT'S ALL RIGHT OUT OF MY NOGGIN AND I EVEN HAVE FUTURE STORIES I MIGHT WRITE NEAR THE BOTTOM! DO IT!!
Notice! I will update sporadically on everything! My mind focuses on different things at any given moment... Guess it comes with the having of seven different stories that are pretty different in genre and style. The Boys in Marching Band was an experimental fling. I have no idea when I'll update that. Now that I'm going to college I'll be really busy! Be glad if I update at all, really.
I HAVE OFFICIALLY GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL AS OF JUNE 16, 2012!!!!!! YAAAAAAAY!
HEY EVERYONE!! I'M CHANGING MY MAJOR TO MUSIC EDUCATION! I'M GONNA BE A BAND TEACHER!!!!
HEY!! I BECAME THE SECTION LEADER OF THE MELLOPHONES IN MY MARCHING BAND!! I'M ONLY A SOPHOMORE, SO IT'S ACTUALLY KIND OF AMAZING!!!
Age: last time I checked, 7,000 years old, but I know I might be 10,000. Take that Pharaoh!
Home: black hole (AKA Washington state). It is nice and spacy, contrary to the thought of it sucking up matter. Sometimes I forget where I am and start to cry. Anyways, Washington isn't a bad place, but the government sucks here, so watch out. We're taxed like crazy (the only thing we don't have is an income tax, and that looks like that's going to change soon). But aside from that and the fact that there are a lot of rich people (we have islands and lots of coastal regions and it's generally very pretty up here), it's wonderful! Not much to do in the way of amusement parks (Wildwaves just doesn't cut it for me), but it is the ultimate place for outdoorsy people, with mountains and forests and lots of water. AND it actually doesn't rain all that much, the climate is cool, and there's lots of cool stuff in Seattle! Though I haven't been to Seattle to have fun in years (I've gone for band, but that doesn't count cuz we went to the UW). Yes. I just described my view of Washington. I'm not gonna be here long though cuz I'm going to college in Idaho!
I've also lived in Japan for around two years, though I don't remember a lot of it. I was three or four years old. I've lived in Minnesota and New York, and they are both pretty beast places to live. LOTS OF SNOW (Minnesota because it's Minnesota, and New York because I lived in Buffalo where there was lake effect snow). My hometown of Japan was Hayama. It's near Yokosuka. Which is near Yokohama. Which is near Tokyo kinda. It's in Kanagawa Prefecture. I said before that I lived in Buffalo, in the suburb Williamsville. And in Minnesota, I lived in Waterville, in the southern part of the state. My parents both grew up in that town. They're the best kind of love story I know. :)
I want to live in the UK. Even if some people say the US is better, I want to live there anyway. Their culture is different and I want to experience it. I love the US, but they're pissing me off so I want to live somewhere more legitimate. Maybe when I've forgiven the US or if the UK royally (hahaha) pisses me off I'll move back. Who knows, my life has really only just begun.
Can I just say that whenever people use the acronym 'KHS' in Naruto stories for Konoha High School, I giggle and snort because 'KHS' is the acronym for my high school. So when I see something along the lines of "Naruto characters at KHS" I imagine the strangest things.
My Pen Name: Airheadninja? It just so happens that I can act like a drip sometimes, so that's the name I chose. but remember this: Airheadninja: The Best Kind of Ninja. I mean seriously, Naruto is an airhead too and look at how much he's accomplished! The first pen name I ever had was derived from Yu Yu Hakusho. It was 89r3. You know, eighty nine with the remainder of three? In YYH, Yusuke fails at math during the DWT and says 89r6 as an answer to a mathematical question. It stuck, and usually anything written on paper is authored by 89r3 instead of Airheadninja. I like the candy 'Airheads' too. I think that's part of why I chose that name too, because I actually adore them.
Favorite activities: Watching Disney movies and anime, reading books (including manga), reading history textbooks (heh, I love them!), playing my mellophone (ten points if you know what that is), dancing to my favorite music and goofing off in class by playing Pokemon. Don't act innocent, you've probably done it too! Oh, and Egyptology is flipping awesome!!!... marching.
Favorite Television shows (not cartoon or anime): Ghost Adventures (HOW DID YOU DIE?!!!), really anything that has to do with haunted houses, any shows that describe Ancient Egypt or something like that (thank you, Planet Green Channel), History Channel, Doctor Who, America: The Story of Us, Big Time Rush, The Local News (oh yeah, that's right: THE NEWS!), Planet Earth, Rome, Bones, NCIS, JAG, Walker Texas Ranger, The Weather Channel (I love tornadoes), M*A*S*H, Monk, Dead Like Me, Franklin and Bash, and probably many others.
Favorite Shows that are cartoons and anime: Yu-Gi-Oh! original, GX and 5D's (which I just began watching. I like it so far, though I'm not very far in), Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fruit's Basket, Hetalia, InuYasha, Looney Tunes (old and new), Tom and Jerry, Animaniacs, Ouran High School Host Club, Tokyo Mew Mew, Pokemon, Fushigi Yugi, Rurouni Kenshin, Fairly Odd Parents, Danny Phantom, Spongebob Squarepants, Kappa Mikey, Martin Mystery, Scooby-Doo (old ones), AVATAR (Aang and Korra)!!!!:), and more that I can't think of at this moment.
Favorite Video Games: Well, I'm a huge Nintendo gamer, I don't really buy into X-Box or PS3 stuff. I have a PS2, though. Anyways, Any Legend of Zelda titles are of course at the top, Twilight Princess being one of my favorites besides Ocarina of Time. Nightmare in Dreamland and Crystal Shards and Epic Yarn, are Kirby games. Any Super Smash Brothers games, of course... Classic Super Mario Brothers, and the new Super Mario Brothers (fun to play with Reborn the Monster), Mario Kart (ALL ON THE BAND BUS!), and all of them. I mostly go towards Nintendo and nothing else because Nintendo games have the best music. And nobody else has Link. That kinda says it right there. Yup, I'm a Nintentard. I may however be getting voluntarily into (with no outside forces other than my own interest) PC gaming. Although I do have a best friend who probably has some influence in that area...
Favorite animal: I like birds in general, and bunnies. I have birds. 4 of them. I do not, however, have a bunny. I like cats too, thanks to my sister (she loved cats before me). But out of all birds, ducks and owls are my top two. Unfortunately for me, I'm beginning to develop allergies to fur, just like my dad. But I actually love dogs too, so I'll get myself a sheepdog (they have hair, not fur) and probably have a bird or two in the future. You know what? I love animals all around. Even the ones that usually aren't liked very much (I respect the role spiders play in the world).
Favorite sport: Well, it's kind of obvious that I love marching band. Seriously, that stuff takes talent and hard work. But I do enjoy watching football. And basketball. I'm one of those fans that you disassociate with because they're loud and obnoxious. AND I'M DAMN PROUD OF IT TOO!
Instruments I play: Any brass really, though my principles are French Horn for concert, Mello for marching, and Trumpet for jazz. Trombone and Baritone aren't out of my league, and I've only ever gotten my hands on a Tuba once. I love playing brass, they're the best. Though flutes are (mainly because my sister is a flute player bent on world domination. I don't really feel like pissing her off at this moment) okay. Since I'm a music education major, I'll be learning every instrument. We'll see which ones are my favorite once I'm ready to graduate in a whopping five years! I can now play alto saxophone and clarinet, hooray!
I'm random, and I love to write, hence the making of this file. I think some of them are pretty good, but who knows? It's not about what I think, it's about the readers. I'll hopefully fit in here. Oh, and I'm in band. Dun, dun, duuuuuuuuun! Brass own all things. Especially my Millennium Tuba. I might sound crazy (which is the point) but it's all in good fun. Life is too short to be afraid. It really all goes back to Kindergarten with my theory about posting stories: SHARING IS CARING! And I like the Care Bears, thank you very much! My sister is Reborn The Monster. Yep. Pretty crazy name, right? Not as cool as mine, though. And remember guys; tuba backwards is 'a but.' (sage advice from a guest musician from the school district).
A fun little story for all of you: My nickname is 'Fred Hodgins.' As you can imagine, that is nothing close to my real name. The 'Fred' came first, as when I was little, my mom would ask 'You ready Freddy?' And so it goes. 'Hodgins' came from Bones, obviously, and I was running off conspiracy theories like Jack Hodgins, so... Fred Hodgins is born!!
My Truth to Tell: I honestly do NOT believe in happy endings. "Happily ever after" just doesn't happen with me in stories. I mean, I may not like them as much (like the crazy person I am) but I love reading them. Mostly because I'm cold-hearted and write sad endings. Apprentice is going to end on a rather sad note (even with the sequel after it), An Historic Discovery is going to end with myself in tears (I'm an emotional author), but the epilogue will make everyone squeal in delight. Shinigami is going to just end sad. Just really, really depressing. Winter Warmth will have a happy ending. That's what that story is supposed to do, because I want to really take a stab at happy things... That sounded wrong... Anyway, the ending for The Optimist will not be all romantic and lovey-dovey. It'll actually be rather realistic (for a story based on a fantasy game). Foreign Exchange Student will also be realistic and not extremely romantic. I once even thought about killing Marie, but she has too much sentimental value to me as my first published character. I have no idea how to end The Newb yet. Sad things will happen in it though. Really sad things. Seriously, I should be writing novels in true literature since I'm so depressing. They'd probably be on the cold truths of reality and how they can crush any dream. Because I'm a bitch like that.
Favorite Song: Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. I don't mind a good fugue, either. Fifty points if you know anything of what I'm talking about here. Oh wait, more modern styles? Hmm... I like anything really. I don't listen to a lot of rap or hip-hop, but if it's well done I'll like it. But I seriously love pieces for Wind Ensemble because they're so pretty and without strings!
Awards I have Won!: Most Spirited Section (two years, Freshman as a Baritone [all on my lonesome!] and the second as a sophomore as a mellophone), Most Spirited in the band my junior and senior year, and I received the extremely distinguished John Philip Sousa Award my senior year (only goes to one senior to each high school!). I have also lettered all four years and have been in leadership for three. Band is kind of my life. I'm going to be in band in college. In fact I am in band in college! Vandal Marching Band is tons of fun! Since I'm becoming a music major, I plan on becoming a section leader, and maybe even a part of The Crew once I'm a fifth year.
My one true love: History. I'm better at historical stuff than anything else, including music. Though I can tell the pitch of the school fire alarm and your car horn. Pretty sweet, right? Everything is changing now. Music is going to be my life!
My idea of a perfect man: Honestly, I have fallen for all sorts of different types of people. I like to joke about how I'm looking for a man who isn't afraid to be bald and who plays cello. Cellos are beautiful.
Dreams: To be an archaeologist! More specifically, an Egyptology archaeologist! It's always fun to point out things that are right and wrong (way wrong) in Yu-Gi-Oh! I was in Japanese class, and my sensei got us the little chocolate filled Koala cookies (I believe they're "Koala's March" or something like that. I grew up with them [see above for places I've lived]), and I got a pharaoh koala cookie. I was SUPER excited. I took it as a sign (I nearly typed 'sine,' who's a math nerd now?) that I was choosing the right path. Oh me and my imagination. Especially since I've decided that I'm NOT going to be an Egyptologist anymore! I'm going to become a high school band teacher! I also can't wait to have a cat! I've grown up with a father who's allergic to fur, so...
A kind of silly dream (kinda girly, but I am a girl after all) is to get married and have children! And to have a good time of it too! Some day I hope to learn how to raise ONE EYEBROW! I would also like to shake my trumpet properly for jazz! And one of my very favorite dreams is to one day find a mummy and despite all coding processes, call him Very Unkhamen Gibdo. Do you see what I did there? None of my archaeology dreams will come true, but I can still think about it while I hit the grindstone on becoming a band teacher! I hope I get a stable job after I graduate and become a band director that kicks butt!
My downfall: Can't drive. Nope, I can't do it! I'd rather fly on the back of my Millennium Tuba (yes, it can FLY)! But yeah, I've failed my permit (just the f*ing permit test!) twice. I'm not really into driving. Also math. I try and understand it, but it usually doesn't turn out well for me.
This May Not Be a Downfall, But... I'm a crybaby. I cry ALL of the time. I cry when characters die in anything, with movies and such. Here's a list of what I've cried to...
-Rurouni Kenshin OVA Seisouhen (bawled, absolutely bawled. I mean... how can you not?)
-Moulin Rouge (I was crying within the first ten minutes).
-The Princess and the Frog (when Ray dies and joins Evangeline in the sky).
-The end of various Zelda games.
-The Lion King (Mufasa...)
-Naruto Shippuden (the chapters and episode where Kushina is telling the story of Naruto's birth). And now Neji's death in chapter 614 can be added to that. I still cry at random points in my life because of it.
-Fushigi Yugi (mainly Nuriko's death, though I teared up badly at Hotohori's).
-Tangled (With the king and queen...)
-Yu-Gi-Oh! (THE ENDING!!)
-Lux Aurumque (it's a beautiful piece of music written by Eric Whitacre).
-Yu Yu Hakusho (the ending, mostly because I was sad it was over)
-The Redwall Series (my favorite character was killed. I WAS IN THIRD GRADE, OKAY?)
-Brother Bear (when Koda hears about the fate of his mother)
-Mulan 2 (The bridge scene)
-Lilo & Stitch (I'm Lost!)
There's a lot more, but I can't think of them right now. But yeah. I've cried while writing stories too. I cried writing one of the chapters for The Optimist. It was extremely emotional for me for some reason.
A Special Note for Neji Hyuga: He's my favorite character out of anything in the whole wide world. When I started watching Naruto because of him, I was going through a rather rough patch in my life. I was thinking about turning to some pretty bad things, I had a horrible attitude and generally wanted life to just be done. I was a wreck. But he got me attached to something that related me to other people, and he means more to me than any of my words can say. I can't explain how important a role his character played in my life. Now that he's gone, it feels like one of my pillars is gone, one that I've relied on through some very bad times. Neji Hyuga, you are the best favorite character ever, and you'll always be my personal hero.
My Pet Peeves: I hate, absolutely HATE when someone complains about not being pretty and all of that shit when they don't have a boyfriend or something (and only with people who have multiple boyfriends and all of that). I've only ever had one boyfriend, and it wasn't much of relationship and I haven't even been kissed. I have insecurities about the way I look because I feel like no guy ever looks at me romantically (doesn't help that I just got friend-zoned recently) and that no guy will EVER look at me that way. SO SHUT THE HELL UP, AT LEAST YOU'RE ATTRACTIVE! Anyways, I don't like the sound of marker on paper.
Favorite food: Airheads and Chicken Bacon Artichoke pizza from Papa Murphy's. Not together, but they're freaking delicious. But that is subject to change. I shall keep you posted. But I will always freaking LOVE french fries. They're delicious.
Least favorite food: Dude, it's food. Even if it's gross looking, I'd rather eat that than dirt. EAT YOUR FOOD!... Except for tuna. There's a few things I won't eat because it has tuna. I'm not one of those activist people, but tuna casserole is gross. BUT I STILL EAT IT!... If my mommy forces me to.
Strange Cravings I've ever had: I once craved Mountain Dew and Fruity Pebbles. To eat together. I was sugar high for a week. Another craving is pineapple and jelly filled doughnuts. The latest is corn dogs and root beer (it's state fair season). Awp! It has changed again! Now I crave bacon and egg nog! Hello, holidays! Anyways, right now I really REALLY want ramen. My inner Naruto is crying.
Favorite Characters!!!!! (The one you all find interest in and you know it!):
From Yu-Gi-Oh!: I'd have to say... Kaiba? Atem? YUGI? I don't know. I like Kaiba's attitude and his ability to be a stubborn asshole (something I could never accomplish) but Atem has a voice that I like, both in Japanese and English. Not to mention that Atem has his cute awkward moments ("Uuhhhh... Hi.") and he is basically anything I'd ever want in a man. Well, even if he doesn't play cello. And then there's Yugi. He's so amazing. If I were in his friend group I'd totally be in love with him, not Atem. Yugi is a wonderful, wonderful person.
From YGOTAS: I don't think anyone would ever guess it, but... Melvin. He makes me laugh soooo much. I also like Kaiba and Florence. I mean, I love them all and stuff, but holy crap... Melvin. Hug?
From Yu Yu Hakusho: Yusuke Urameshi. He kicks butt and has the best dialogue I've ever heard. (probably my favorite that I quote often is "Dammit, ugly people shouldn't be allowed to smile that much!")
From Naruto: Neji. Holy crap, he's the one who got me hooked on the show and manga in the first place. Oh, and he's too fat (you're not supposed to get that... >.>). But yes, he's my favorite. Out of anything he's my favorite. I can't explain really why I enjoy his character so much, I just do. In general, I like the Konoha people. They span in personality and would be wonderful friends! But back to Neji... Yeah... There's a special bond there for me, I guess. I first got hooked in eighth grade, and I used to make fun of the rest of my friend group for being so obsessed with it. While I was waiting for InuYasha to come on one night (I didn't regularly watch Inu, it was just something that was on), I watched the episode of Naruto on before it. It was the episode where Neji is fighting Kidomaru. I didn't know his name at all and didn't know what was happening, but I guess I liked what I saw. I left on vacation soon after that and kept wondering the entire plane ride if the guy I watched ended up being okay. After describing to my friends my experience, they laughed and teased me about having a 'widdle cwush' on Neji. Now that was NOT true, but that instance did get me hooked onto Naruto. Now I have a gihumongousant crush on Neji. Go figure.
From Fullmetal Alchemist: Honestly, any of the military people under Mustang's command. And Mustang, of course. They make me laugh.
From Ouran High School Host Club: Kyoya! He's evil. He could totally beat Zorc at destroying the world! (Just Kidding...maybe)
From Fushigi Yugi: Nuriko, because he/she's so amazing, and the English voice actor did an excellent job!
From Rurouni Kenshin: Saito, because he's a total badass. No seriously, I mean it. Why are you shaking your head and laughing? He might hear you! Saito will kill you, he's not like Kenshin at all! ... You are so dead for making fun of the Shinsengumi. (I am a proud Shinsengumi fan, even though my sister lives near Hagi, basically the center of the Ishin Shishi patriots. Japanese history is awesome. And so is Saito.)
From Fruits Basket: Sohma Kyo. I love cats, remember?
From Pokemon (games or otherwise): Either Riley or N. They're both so wonderfully pretty.
From Looney Tunes: Daffy Duck because he's an idiot and has no morals. At least, his morals aren't very good ones.
From Harry Potter: Luna Lovegood. We'd get along quite well, even though I'd be in Gryffindor.
From Generic Disney Princesses: Ooh, that's tough. I really like Tiana, from The Princess and the Frog. That movie is one of my favorites, so...
From Teen Titans: Raven! I love her facial expressions sometimes, especially when she's annoyed or something! She's amazing. Though I really do love all of them...
From The Muppets: ANIMAL!! Dude, he's a drummer!
From Kappa Mikey: Gonard! XD! WHERE ARE MY SHOES?!
From LoZ: Four Swords: VIO!!!! Intelligence is bliss!
From Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Chazz! As seen earlier, I call him Spaz, and I think he's pretty special (in more ways than one). CHAZZ IT UP! XD
From any LoZ games: Twilight Princess... Oh yes... I love that game very much. Yeah, I love Ocarina and all the rest too, but... Twilight Princess just speaks to me more. I also have a wall scroll of him in my room. Creepy? Yes. Worth it? Definitely. This Link also has everything I'd ever want in a man, though he also does not play cello (If you don't understand the joke, look up at the very top of this section where I describe my favorite YGO! character). My second favorite is probably Skyward Sword. He is so adorable when it comes to Zelda and... Skyward Sword made my heart melt, and I bawled at the end NO FREAKING JOKE.
From Avatar: The Last Airbender: Uuuuuh... Momo? Nah, just kidding! Yes, I love Momo, but my favorite is surprisingly... Aang! I usually like angsty characters like Zuko because I like to make fun of them (which I still do with Zuko) but Aang is adorable. I also really like Toph. She's extremely badass.
From InuYasha: Sango, because total badasses are extremely worshiped by my brain. I love her amazing relationship regarding Miroku (who is, as fate would have it, my sister's favorite character).
From Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Yusei. Have you SEEN this guy?! He's a freaking ninja. I think he's hilarious because he's so serious all of the time. And yet he still manages to give friendship speeches...
From The Legend of Korra: Bolin! He's such a cutie! Earthbenders are freakin' awesome!
From The Avengers: I love them all, really, and the movie pretty much blew my mind when I finally got to see it. My family loves Iron Man, so Tony Stark definitely made me happy (when does he not?). But I really liked Captain America, especially juxtaposed to Stark. Fabulous.
If I think of any more, I'll put them up.
Funny Fact about my Friends, me and Naruto: My friends, despite hearing my many doubts, say I am most like Kakashi, perversion and all. It's flattering, but at the same time I slap my forehead. I come across as a Kakashi-type person. Wonderful. I like Kakashi though, he's one of the people on my happy list.
The only real pairing I support at all is NaruxHina. Anything else is just 'whatever.' (Though I will admit, I love OCs. It lets the writer create someone, whether it be from their will or an embodiment of themselves or what. I like the thought of that creativity being unleashed.) And, even though I know that a lot of people like these types of stories, I do not write or read yaoi of yuri. I have nothing against LGBTA or anything (I voted for gay marriage in Washington and one of my bestestestest friends is a lesbian). But reading that stuff doesn't sit well with me because well... I actually had a friend who showed me a really screwed up one and it kinda skewed that genre completely for me. So don't feel offended that I don't read or write anything like that.
Speaking of OCs, I have nine published ones.
In An Historic Discovery, I have Bali. She is only a little like me, and only because she's liked Egypt since she was a little girl, loves kittens and likes taking baths. She's like my 'Inner Sakura,' if you catch my drift. She was named for a piece I played in band called "Bali" by Michael Colgrass. Listen to it, it's pretty cool.
For Foreign Exchange Student, Marie La May is the person who I wanted to grow up to be when I was a kid. I'm a lazy-ass, and I pass my tests with high scores because I have an eye for the world around me and have natural intelligence. Marie is super smart, gets fives on AP tests ( I only got threes... But in AP Lit I got a four!) and is Valedictorian material as she studies when she has to. I had to give her some of my qualities of nerdy loserville to make her less perfect.
For The Newb, Newb is a special girl who's so very special. She's a lot like Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter, or Starfire from Teen Titans. She's those weird thoughts that I come up with, my strange side. Not that she's bad, at least she can express whatever she wants and not worry about repercussion. I love her so much, my little ninja detective!
For Apprentice, Hallie/Farona is probably one of my favorites. She's so crabby all of the time! I guess I started writing this one so I could get all of my witty comments out. Or maybe I was getting pissed at Link myself while playing? Hmmm...Writing is obviously my stress relief, so Hallie got a lot of my emotions. They span quite a range, don't they?
For Shinigami, Kenna Morrisco is an idea that came from a conversation with Reborn the Monster (my sister) and I couldn't resist. Kenna is who I'd like to be if I died at a young age. She's somewhat forgetful and bitter, but she gets along fine with Botan and really just wants her old life ( friends and family) back. Some of the idea was spawned from Dead Like Me, so you know...
In The Boys in Marching Band, the two characters are my sister and I. Plain and simple. Though we magnified the craziness and had fun with it. We never actually went to high school together, as she is nearly six years older than me.
My newest addition, Anders Nolst, is my lovely vision of what I'd like to be when in college. Trust me, I'm far from it. Anders was created for Yami. I wanted to write something fluffy and cute for romance, but still keep it light, friendly and funny. I like those kinds of stories, and An Historic Discovery is actually pretty serious. Especially now towards the end! Any ways, Winter Warmth will be a favorite simply because it's my cute romantic side coming out.
Finally, there's Lily/Alanna from The Optimist. Lily truly is what I was feeling when I was getting ready to graduate. Everything sucked in my point of view (I was turning into Harry Potter [ANGST!]), but all of that was turned around by some amazing people. Not the Legend of Zelda like in the story though. I figured those amazing people would appreciate being paralleled to Link and Zelda and so on. Lily is actually probably one of the nicest people you'd ever meet if she was real. She's not ignorant, listens more than she speaks and loves to crack a joke and appreciates sarcasm.
I plan on putting an enemy OC (a really weird one) called Enohp-Ollem. His minions will be Etulf, Abut, Tepmurt, Murd, Teniralc, and of course, the Enohp-Oxas brothers, Onarpos, Otla, Ronet, and Irab! If anyone sees what I did there, you get 50 points! It totally sounds like something that's 4Kids cheesy. You know?
My favorite Pokemon: Snivy (and its evolution forms) from the new pokemon. I like grass pokemon in general, though I still choose charmander when it comes to Red, Blue, Yellow and Firered ( those are the Kanto region games I own. Though I suppose that in yellow, you get all of them. Whatever).
All of that aside, I want to address something that saddens me. Naruto fans, why are we so obsessed with either Sasuke or the Akatsuki? Seriously, you would not like them in real life, I can guarantee it! I think Sasuke's a hobo who needs to be either brought back to Konoha as a friend or as a dead freakin' body. As for Akatsuki, they're bad. Okay, so a couple of them aren't so bad (Itachi) but really? It's getting old people, I want to read something good that's about anyone and everyone else and shows the enemies as they are:enemies. No high school crap (because the portrayals of high school I've seen are terrible), and none of this 'I go to the Naruverse and sleep with the entire Akatsuki, yay me!' crap. I'm done, Naruto fans. You can have your stupid stories like that. I've found a few gems that I will keep reading, but just know that I will keep updating Newb no matter what and I'll write it up as something that might actually happen based on character. Not my own personal fantasy. Trust me, I have more on my mind than just becoming a ninja.
And what the HELL is with all of this vampire crap? They're not vampires! If you want ninja vampires, stop harassing Naruto and find and/or create your own special bunch of characters that are vampire ninjas that AREN'T Naruto characters. Again, it's so unbelievably dumb! Is everyone flippin' obsessed with vampires these days, because I'm tired of it! They're ninjas, plain and simple, let them do what they do best, instead of being what they definitely are not, and get some seriously cool new ORIGINAL ideas!!! For the love of Arceus, please!
Now that the negativity is out, I just have to say that not all stories are bad. If one did an Akatsuki story and really truly made it as realistic and accurate as possible, I would buy it. The problem is, I haven't seen many of those yet. I hope the idea will get around that personal fantasy is little more than a diary entry, not a story. My characters and stories may get my ideas, but it's not complete transformation into what I believe everything should be about. Good luck to any and all who find this. I crave something original and outside of the box, that is well-written and has a good plot that isn't sappy as hell. Can't a reader just ask for a good story once in awhile?
I myself admit that some stories I write are pretty close to what I would call diary entries, like in Foreign Exchange Student, where I use my own high school. But that's just an area that I am familiar with. The three friends are original in character and as mentioned earlier with my descriptions of Marie, I'm nothing close to her, just a dream I had long ago to be a super student. I put her in band because for the last four years, all valedictorians were in band. In all honesty, I would never want Seto Kaiba as an exchange student. I wouldn't be able to put up with it much at all, and we'd hate each other by the end of a day near each other.
Sorry, that needed to get that out of my system, but I wanted to do it on my profile because some people like to read something serious every so often. No one has to agree with me, it's just something that had been bothering me for awhile. I guess I'm just really frustrated because I'm a Konoha fan (a HUGE Konoha fan) but no one likes to write about them with a big, fantastic tale that gives everything a story should. You people should actually hear me rant. I could go on for hours sometimes, and I get angry and yell at some points. I'd be a terrible professor giving a lecture because I'd get carried away.
Something I'd like to address with people who write YGO! fanfiction (or any other I suppose). Does EVERYONE hate the color pink? I'll admit, I used to be a rather angsty character myself when I was in middle school, but I've grown up and learned a lot since then; I've opened my eyes. Pink is not a bad color. It's actually an extremely mysterious color, as being a color that we don't actually 'see.' Isn't that awesome? So, Domino High's school uniform is pink. Trust me when I say that in Japan, even if you don't like it, you would wear that uniform WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. School rules are there for a reason. Pink is not a bad color. Being prejudiced against someone or something that is a certain color doesn't make you cool; it rather makes you sound like an obnoxious brat. You also don't have to have your characters have your personality distinctly. I don't. Bali kills people and is so strong. I get sick at the thought of hurting someone so much (even when writing fictional accounts). So please people, be realistic. THINK PINK.
By the way, "Aibou" means "buddy" or "partner" (and not in a sexual way). The "ai" in "aibou" is not love. It actually means something along the lines of 'continuous,' and I'm pretty dang sure that the second kanji has something to do with 'bond' or something of some sort. Before you start making fantasies, get your kanji straight. That is all. Rage over.
This next part is going to hold some ideas that I have for future stories. They may or may not be written.
The sequel to Apprentice is going to be a crossover between LoZ and The Lioness Quartet (though Alanna will already be a full grown and married knight by then, it's just before the Daine quartet). I think this fits ever so well, and I think it would be a good idea. Here's a general synopsis:
Link and Farona have been off duty as knights of the realm Hyrule for two years now. Their relationship is on and off, as both are restless after ending their adventure. Unfortunately, a war rises, a foreign conqueror threatens to overcome the Great Western Mountains, and Link and Farona must lead a small party of knights on a scouting expedition. Before they can warn Queen Zelda of the danger, they are transported across the great Emerald Ocean to Tortall. Luckily for them, the Tortallan Champion and her newest friend Arram Draper (AKA Numair) are led to them by Alanna's magical coal.
When presented before Jonathan and Thayet, the two are welcomed with astonishment because they are the first Hylians to visit Tortall since far before the sealing of Immortals. Link and Farona are desperately needing to get home, but the magic that sent them there in the first place has them locked on their current continent. As Arram studies this magic, Alanna and Farona become fast friends, as they are both the only female knights of their realms. Alanna will understand Farona's problems with Link and will guide her to fix the relationship. Link will learn how to tolerate Farona's wild temper more from George.
But as it turns out, Hyrule wasn't the only country that the foreign conqueror was after...
The ending to Apprentice is actually shaping up nicely, I've gotten the basic ending nearly finished. It'll be a really good round off into the sequel! It'll be a little different than what I've put up here, but you'll just have to wait and find out what it is!
A second idea is turning my Konoha 12 (they're not really mine...>.>) into pokemon! And pawning them off onto two girls who then have to become League champions. What pokemon are the ninjas gonna be, you ask? All I know is that Neji will be a Lucario. Why? Cuz it fits! There won't be a Sasuke because things are difficult between them at this point. Instead we shall have Sai (I actually think Sai is hilarious).
Naruto: Eevee (turns into Flareon accidentally).
Sakura: Shiny Phanpy (she'll be pink)
Kiba: Lillipup (he evolves, obviously)
I will be doing extensive research to contemplate which pokemon will be chosen for everyone. Except Neji as a Lucario. That's been decided (I always name my Lucario in Platinum Neji). These ones now are preliminary. They are subject to change.
This next one is for Avatar: The Last Airbender. I got this idea when I started extensively watching it a couple months ago during the summer of 2012.
The story would be about the last lightbender, a one-of-a-kind type of firebending that was exclusively part of a few people in one clan in the Fire Nation. However, when the war broke out, the clan refused to pledge allegiance to the Fire Lord and were hunted down. After one hundred years, Aki is the only one left of her clan, as the Fire Nation succeeds to find and kill her parents while she escapes.
Aki vows to help any and all who are against the Fire Nation, but usually just annoys the crap out of them by doing extremely tiny but certainly devastating tricks. Eventually, she helps save Aang, Katara and Sokka from being caught by rogue martial artists. When she learns of their task and Aang's fate as the Avatar, she agrees to accompany them.
Prince Zuko and Aki have met before, as she has caused problems for him before as part of her mischievous scheme. However, despite any anger they have for one another, they think about each other and find similarities. Aki even becomes friends with Iroh! As time goes on, Aki and Zuko begin to have an understanding. Aki doesn't feel so alone with him around and Zuko finds that whenever Aki touches his scar, it has a cooling effect. Both of them help each other cope with their losses, and from that something new blossoms.
As a lightbender, Aki's powers include using light from the moon (seeing as sunlight is reflected by the moon) and stars (the sun is a star, bucko). She can refract it, capture it into spheres of powerful energy and use it to increase her firebending. All of her fire is a bright, blinding white that earns her the title of a master lightbender, something that was rare even within her clan. Aki teaches some lightbending to Aang, who as the Avatar can actually handle it despite being outside the clan bloodline.
Ultimately, Aki wishes to rebuild her clan and to restore peace with the Avatar and her friends. She only hopes that somehow Zuko will become a friend and ally, and not remain an enemy.
Aki has blonde hair and burnt orange eyes, and is named for Avatar Aki, the woman who founded the clan and created the lightbending style. Aki is of a strange resemblance to Aki, hence the naming after the Avatar.
This next one is just a small idea that I toy around with for my own pleasure. It's about two near 19-year-olds at U of Idaho (yeah... basically me and my best friend) getting transported to the Naruto world. Only, one is a fanatic, and one is not. It's fun at the ninja's expense. Just a small idea, more for fun than anything. I'm actually kind of toying around with this one a little, and I kinda want to make it a sort of snapshot series where you read a bunch of little scenes from the time spent training, not a full-blown story. I feel like the humor this is supposed to entail in the story will fit this style more. Like, the first episode would be based on arriving in Konoha somehow, and another would be about the first day of training. Some will be really short, others really long. Like, there's one I want to write where Neji challenges the character that has all of my sass and snark to a spar when she torques him off (one of many different times). The character is pretty much done for the day and doesn't want to fight. So all the chapter would consist of is Neji standing there waiting for her attack while she's walking towards him (he's in the way of her going towards the village from the training ground) and all she does is give him a high five, thus stunning him and she leaves. That's it. But it'll be rather hilarious.
This one is kinda related to being at U of I. This one however is Legend of Zelda, and I'm not going anywhere. The chaos is coming to me. I'm going to have a different name, of course. The Legend of Zelda won't be as wildly a popular video game series, but Link will still be recognizable to some. Link won't be from any particular game. He's just blond with blue eyes and extremely attractive.
Odette passes her days enjoying college and its various struggles. But as Autumn begins to get colder and Halloween approaches in Moscow, Idaho, monsters begin appearing, monsters that are from a fantasy realm only nerds like Odette know of. Odette has no idea why moblins, bulblins, deku scrubs, deku babas, stalfos, redeads, and even a couple of skullkids are wandering Moscow and spreading havoc, but there's only one person she knows who can help: The Hylian Hero, Link. Lo and behold, Link appears just as Odette is surrounded by monsters and she prays for him to appear. Now, Odette and Link have to work together to keep Moscow safe, and Odette has to hide away the Hylian Hottie in her dorm room with her crazy but loyal roommates, and get Link to blend in with their surroundings. It's bound to be an interesting adventure, and at the end, Odette will have to question who she truly is and where her heart truly lies.
An idea I came up with when I was a senior in high school and watching through Rurouni Kenshin popped up to my attention.
It's about the daughter of the American Ambassador to Japan of the time, John Bingham (he was the actual ambassador at the time too). Harriette Bingham is a highly spirited, educated 21-year-old who knows how to speak Japanese and already has a college degree in general studies. As the ambassador's daughter, she is obviously a target for the renegade samurai around Tokyo, which she runs into when she sneaks away from her guard to explore by herself freely. Luckily for her, the Kamiya Dojo happens to be right there, and Kenshin comes to the rescue while Kaoru and Yahiko are off training at another dojo and Sanosuke is probably racking up money on his tab at Akabeko. She becomes part of Kenshin-gumi, because there's no fun in not having her there. She is the one who gets Kenshin and the rest out of trouble for the most part, using many of her political speaking skills she learned from her father. There's no romance in this one, it's purely for enjoyment. Everyone calls her 'Hari' ( which doubles as the meaning for needle). She has blonde hair and blue eyes, an obvious foreigner. She's not on the fighting side of things, but she has a sharp tongue that gets her into trouble with various nasties (including Shishio). Saito is her favorite person to test her skill on because, well... It's Saito, what more do you need? Anyways, Kenshin and Hari actually maintain a strong friendship (no romance, remember? I am firmly a KenKao fan)! The end of the story will coincide with the end of the series. Hari will probably get married to someone in Tokyo and settle there and it'll be a happy ending. Even if I'm not so terribly good at happy endings.
I have decided that I'm going to make "Apprentice" a trilogy, because I've been reading the Redwall series and "Mattimeo" actually sort of fits for a good story in Hallie's realm of Hyrule.
The story will be about Caden, son of Link and Hallie. Everything is hunky-dory in Hyrule and Caden is restless and wants to travel the world and learn swordsmanship. On his twelfth birthday he is given a green tunic of his own for the day (think Wind Waker, because that's the basic ritual) and faces a trial to see if he can properly handle Link's sword without dropping it or falling over from the weight. During the celebration, a mysterious young man appears and entertains the group with magic tricks and eventually prods Caden to see who is better. Caden falls for the trap and he and his other young friends, including Queen Zelda's children Geneva and Alfonse are whisked away!
Link and Hallie have to gear up to save their son and the prince and princess by order of the queen and their own hearts. It's going to be an epic tale, I can tell you that right now, with a different kind of evil bringing havoc upon all the nations around Hyrule. As I said before, it's based off of the novel "Mattimeo" by Brain Jacques.
I have a new idea, and this time it's for Ouran High School Host Club! I've already written the beginning and made up the title! It's called Superhero Strength. The story is about Tarsa Stark, heiress to Stark Industries. Why yes, there is a lot of Iron Man in this story, but in here the comic series is based off of and controlled by the Stark Family. Anyways, Tarsa starts her second year of high school at Ouran and meets the host club right off. No one has any clue that Iron Man is controlled by the Stark Family and the whole world thinks it a coincidence. And so, because these are the first people she meets, Tarsa hangs around them and becomes a regular customer and friend of the club. Her snark and attitude earns her teasings about her being Iron Man in real life, and in many ways, it is true. She even declares that by the time she graduates or leaves Ouran she will kiss every member of the Host Club, much to the dismay of Tamaki (when considering Haruhi).
Tarsa comes to terms with everything and has a good time while trying to differentiate herself from the fictitious Tony Stark, but the true reason unknown to her is to make friends with the Shadow King...
I love Iron Man, and I thought it would be funny.
My newest post in this section is another Naruto story, though I've had the idea for a long time. I came up with it with my sister because we thought it would be adorable. Anyways, it would be called "Flowers from the Boys." It's just a little series of shots on how the guys of Naruto would give flowers to their lady-loves. It'll be full of OCs, because I don't want heat about pairings. There's a lot of pairings I like but I just want to show the adorableness that will be the guys when they give flowers. I've already written Naruto's, perhaps I will post it soon...
I also think I will do a companion story that is "Chocolates from the Girls." It'll be a lot like the story above, except it's our ninja ladies giving chocolate. Just to be fair and all that. And yes, I do know that in Japan girls give chocolate to boys on Valentine's Day. But screw you, I'm having fun.
I have come up with the next great YGO! adventure story for when An Historic Discovery has finished! This story will take place eight to ten years after Yugi and the Gang say farewell to Atem.
No one officially knows what exactly happened to the Millennium Spell Book. Even the creators of the Millennium Items that made all of the trouble for Atem and Yugi could only read one spell. How did it come to be, where did it go, and why is it back now in the arms of a flighty but fiery graduate student? (This'll probably be the summary statement for the page).
It starts with the grad student who is working with her professor on a not-extremely-promising dig in Egypt. The archaeology department of her university had received funding for an expedition from a mysterious, tall-dark-and-handsome scholar from the United Kingdom. As the dig continues they are finding next to nothing.
The grad student, Alayne Kearney, is off on a calming walk after a particularly trying day with her one year boyfriend and fellow grad student, Justin Melbourne (he's important too), when they both fall into a pit. And not just any pit, a pit that is actually a buried ancient temple! After some exploration they come upon the book, with its Eye of Wudjat staring piercingly at Alayne. No one comes searching in all their hours so they sit below the hole they fell through and try and read the book. Unfortunately for them, the book is locked, but with no indications that it needs a key.
Eventually they are searched for and found in the morning, and the real excavation begins for everyone. Alayne and Justin keep the book a secret as more of a prank than anything. The rich scholar who is on site overseeing the process is disappointed in not finding a certain artifact. Upon hearing this Alayne suspects that he means the book, and that he is not the rich charming scholar he outwardly exudes. With the help of Justin, they keep the book from being discovered, though Alayne finally opens the book by finding an inscription craftily written in the fibers of the book.
Once open, both she and Justin try to translate, but only Alayne seems to be able to read it. Finding one spell in particular, she reads it aloud and strange things happen. It knocks her unconscious and when she wakes up, a certain Pharaoh's spirit has appeared before her...
Yugi has been the King of Games for all of this time, and he had been called to help out with the dig when they were still finding nothing (Yugi has a degree in archaeology), and just as he arrives he's the one who finds Justin and Alayne. But when Alayne and Yugi meet each other and as time goes on, Alayne's relationship with Justin becomes strained, even more so with the fact that the ancient spirit of the pharaoh also has shown interest in her. Eventually, shit happens (I can't give it all away) and Justin leaves. Not telling you how or where he goes, but he does. He'll still be important though. Alayne feels terrible for ruining her long-running relationship and acts abnormally cold towards both Atem and Yugi who she continues to dart between. There's going to be a lot of romantic tension and drama in this story, people!
But Alayne has to get her act together in the meantime and work with Yugi and Atem to stop the evil plan to bring back the Millennium Items. And even more than that, when the main antagonist finds out that Alayne is the only one who can read the book, he'll do whatever it takes to gain her ability.
I think I want the old gang to appear too eventually. Yugi, Atem and Alayne are going to need help and basically Yugi says he knows the perfect people to help. First they bring together the old gang, with Anzu coming from her career in New York and both Jounouchi and Honda joining them from Japan. After that, they go pay a visit to time-resistant Kaiba who looks the exact same (LOL) and Mokuba, and since both witnessed the ceremonial duel between Atem and Yugi, Seto Kaiba is officially convinced that weird stuff is happening again.
It'll be a real knockout of a story, I can tell you that!
That's it for right now that I can think of. I'll probably put more up.
I thought my profile looked empty, so I put in a bunch of junk to tide over any curious look-seers. So, did you find anything interesting besides the fact that this is complete hurricane destruction (aren't hurricanes lovely this time of year)? By the way, this profile is completely original, no copy and paste. Pretty impressive what one can think up on one's own. And never have I been drunk or high (this is no longer true. I've been drunk once. And second-hand high. Not on purpose with the high though, I hate that stuff). Drugs are bad and are just stupid. They're for desperate people who don't have much of a life anyway. BAM! Hit that issue right in the nose! Be cool stay in school! Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen!
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