Author has written 1 story for Metroid.
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"Experiment 505": http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7587438/1/Experiment-505
I love videogames. Simple as that. From gems like Chrono Trigger to such blasphemies as E.T.(although I really don't see what's so bad about it), you name it, I'll want to play it. I also love writing stories. When you combine the two, you get writing fanfiction.
I also love cartoons. Yes, despite my age. From Phineas and Ferb to Ben 10 to Futurama to The Penguins of Madagascar, if it involves animation, odds are I will like it. But I FUCKING HATE the Pokemon cartoon! Seriously! How the bloody hell does a Swellow get powered up by a THUNDER?! Last time I checked, it was usually an OHKO! How the BLOODY FUCK do a Corphish and Swellow just up and OHKO a Swampert and Arcanine with Aerial Ace and BubbleBeam? And why the FUCK does Ash's Snorlax have SIX moves?!
I am currently writing one fanfiction, Experiment 505, set in the Metroid universe: The Space Pirates' ultimate weapon escapes captivity, but with the X roaming the universe, things aren't much better outside the containment tube.
I won't be writing any other fanfics until Experiment 505 is done, because I already tried it, and it didn't go well. But if you want to know what's floating in my head, just know that it involves aliens and predators.
What I like in FanFiction:
I love good stories, and the first thing that makes a good story is good mechanics. I read stories that were written just as well as the plot. EXAMPLE: EcoSeeker247's Dead Space: Playing the Game(This story is well written, and I never had to spend a moment ignoring bad writing)
I enjoy a good humor story. Tongue-in-cheek characters, rather, um, imaginative situations. Long ones too.
EXAMPLE: Any one of Andre Dmitri Garrett's Humor Trilogy(especially The Smashers Go To Washington)
I like frequently updated stories. No, I don't want several crappy chapters uploaded within a few days. Just make sure that more than one chapter comes out per month. EXAMPLE: Brennan4's Metroid: Fugitive(the story is quite good, and it has been updated eleven times since its publication on December 24).
Ironically enough, my own update schedule has been slow as molasses, due to a protracted writer's block and other responsibilities that you don't care about.
What I hate almost as much as yaoi pairings:
HORRIBLE SPELLING AND GRAMMAR: I don't want to have to see the name Link or Mario misspelled twice in the same sentence, which I have. Many, many times.
ALMOST NO APPRECIATION OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL: That's what the fricking wikis are for! Dammit, guys, respect the history of these storied franchises. Use it to your advantage to make it sound more realistic. Instead, you go wildly off track until the characters start to sound as out of character as Samus in Metroid: Other M!
LEMONS: Who writes this? People aiming to cater to an audience that will never get any?
Games I enjoy:
Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword(this game should have been released with the Wii. But boy, it was worth the wait! Wii MotionPlus makes this game just as magical as the Goddess Sword! Loftwing flying capsizes the King of Red Lions easily, the bosses are fricking awesome[they range from a giant Buddhist robot to a ball of lava on legs, the new items are awesome, with the Beetle easily taking the spot in my mind of Most Awesome and Indispensable Item In The History of Ever, and the swordplay rocks harder than Queen, which has you really using the WiiMotion Plus to engage in epic duels with everything from General Grievous' skeleton to Pirate Robots[sadly, there are no ninjas, except maybe Sheik]. Easily the greatest Zelda game ever made, more than KOing Ocarina of Time and A Link to the Past from the top spot-at least, in my opinion.)
Metroid Fusion( I know it's old, but after getting it as a 3DS Ambassador, it quickly skyrocketed up my list. Samus' [chronologically] most recent adventure is worth scouring eBay or ROM sites, with its intriguing premise and premier shooting action. The game makes you feel like you're hunted, which is no surprise, seeing as an overpowered clone of yourself is stalking you. Even if you dislike the linearity of the title, come back for Round 2. It might just surprise you!)
Mario Kart 7/3DS (It may seem stale, but it got a hell of a lot fresher since Mario Kart Wii! The first-person view is amazing, and I can't do without it! The incredibly imaginative courses, the thrill of hang-gliding over an insurmountable gap, the sheer joy of taking a shortcut through what would have once been dangerous water, and the badass online mode all add up to make what is easily the greatest Mario Kart game since Mario Kart Wii, or any fricking Mario Kart. None can compare to the godlike powers of Mario's newest kart racer!)
Left 4 Dead 2( The visceral thrill of hacking and shooting up all kinds of Zombies plus the co-op element more than blows Call of Duty: Zombies out of the water. Play this on splitscreen, or have a microphone if you're online.)
Call of Duty: Black Ops( Multiplayer is a blast, laughing as your friends curse you for sniping them AND planting a claymore under their feet until the same thing happens to you. Lots of guns, killstreaks, perks, and aesthetic customization options add up to an awesome shooter. I implore you to give the campaign a chance, too, even if it's just for practice in multiplayer. And while the Zombies mode cannot stand up to Left 4 Dead, it's still fun to hold out against the unending hordes. Especially on the Moon.)
Metroid: Other M(Even though Samus is ridiculous and the authorization thing makes less sense than a cannibal elephant, the game is truly fun. I never got tired of performing Overblasts on Cyborg Zebesians while enjoying the mostly good story.)
Pokemon(It's Pokemon. What more do you need? One time when I played FireRed, the only Pokemon I used was my Charmander. By the time I fought the Elite Four, it was a level 86 Charizard. Of course, since it had so many high-power, low-PP moves, I didn't get too far through the Elite Four... I've become the Champion in Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova, and reached the Elite Four in Kanto and Johto. Recently, I've begun downloading older Pokemon games for emulators, on which I've begun playing the Nuzlocke Challenge.)
OCs: SPOILER ALERT
Sam. The hero of Experiment 505. Sam was created by Madeline Bergman as an organic counterpart to MB. However, while on a test run on planet Pocket, he was captured in a Space Pirate raid, who experimented on him to make him a Metroid-Human-Phrygisian-Skutera-Zebesia-Nanobot-Phazon-Unknown. Sam escaped, in the process getting caught up in an intergalactic war, of which he is the reincarnation of the Worm, AKA the Moth, who will save the galaxy. But he must battle his own inner demons, which may be getting the best of him...
Agent Z / Zoe Aran. Samus' clone and daughter, born after Samus accidentally passed through a beta-ray burst in the Klar Nebula. Due to the Omega Suit's organic properties, it was replicated onto Agent Z at her birth. Z's real name is Zoe, but she prefers Agent Z, or just Z. She has a gung-ho attitude and the AI Adam to back her up.
Zeno. The Ing who created the original Light Portal. He was demoted, however, leading him to become disgruntled and help Sam escape Dark Aether. When the X attacked Dark Aether, Sam negotiated Zeno's promotion to General Ing in exchange for defeating the X, thus sealing their friendship.
L-Una. A Luminoth who befriended Sam while on Tallon III. L-Una is slightly cowardly and highly squeamish. While escaping the siege of the GFS Olympus, L-Una was infected by an X, and shot-both by a cannon and into outer space- by Samus, who then left him for dead. The X parasite enabled L-Una to survive his grievous wounds. His salvation made him believe that the X parasites were willing to help civilization, and developed one of the most powerful religions that would ever exist in the galaxy: Unitology. On a raid of a Unitology base, L-Una martyred himself by detonating a thermite canister in a dark matter reactor, creating a black hole that swallowed the entire Tallon system-save Tallon IV, which rests in the FS-176 system.
-Crytik. A Phryigisian who befriended Sam while on Tallon III. Crytik has technological expertise and cryokinetic abilities. He is much braver than L-Una, but is friends with him and Callisto. Crytik, after escaping the base on Tallon III, went on to become a member of the Elite Four of the Hoenn Region on the planet Pocket.
Callisto. A Jovian who befriended Sam while on Tallon III. Callisto's attitude is very forthright and overtly cheerful. She is skilled in hand-to-hand combat and espionage. Callisto, after escaping the base on Tallon III, went on to become the Pokemon Champion in the Hoenn Region on the planet Pocket who, after being defeated by Leaf, moved on to become a Gym Leader. She and Crytik keep in touch and are striking up a relationship.
Leaf Ketchum. A Pokèmon Trainer who befriended Sam on Pocket. Leaf travelled with Sam on his quest to become the Hoenn League Champion. She is supportive and skilled in Pokèmon battles. Oddly, Leaf has no discernable interest in the Hoenn Circuit. This might be because she was the League Champion before Tal.
Tal. A Deoxys Pokèmorph who was once best friends with Sam. She shares Deoxys' ability to morph between forms, though she has yet to show her Defense Forme. Tal is quite cheerful, and can use several different Pokèmon attacks. She appears very often right after Sam has beaten a Pokèmon Gym. Tal is enigmatic, however, disguising her true identity as the former Hoenn Region Champion until the very end.
Kari. Kari is Sam's genetic sister. That's where the similiarities end. Kari is composed entirely of organic nanites, an upgrade to the common nanobot. Kari's nanites allow her to create weapons and fuse with machines. She is arrogant and very crude, frequently swearing in her speech.
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