Author has written 29 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Shugo Chara!, Soul Eater, Final Fantasy I-VI, Valkyria Chronicles, Vocaloid, Star Ocean, Eternal Sonata, Pokémon, and Persona Series.
I can't believe I've been writing this stuff since '05.
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PSN: MiyuDaDestroyer / Steam: eccentrictan (Double E) / Gamertag: MiyuDaDestroyer
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Commonly known as Emmy, Emi, Miyu, Steph, etc. etc.
"...How did you guys get Koromaru in here?"
"I lied about him being my Seeing Eye dog."
--What Could Have Been (P3P)
Obligatory list of the usual not-so-personal information about me:
I am a female with a touch of tsundere. I-it's not like I really care about what you guys think...
I don't support shounen-ai (especially yaoi), but I'm pretty okay with shoujo-ai...ish.
I will not hesitate to bite off the heads of flaming n00bs. If you troll me, I'll smite you.
I am currently plotting world domination.
I do not update regularly.
I greatly appreciate constructive criticism.
I will not ask you to review my stories; however, I will be greatly discouraged if I don't get any good critique.
I dislike people who don't look over their work to fix grammar, spelling, and inconsistencies. (A few errors aren't that bad, but a whole story riddled with mistakes...)
I hate inconsistency. No joke.
I dislike authors who refuse to write if they don't get reviews.
I want to be a magical girl when I grow up.
Mary-Sues, Gary-Stues, and anything of the like can all go burn in the firey depths of hell for all I care.
I don't believe in writing disclaimers anymore. Since we're on Fanfiction.net, it's safe to assume that no one owns any of the characters they're writing about (unless they're original). Everyone else can continue doing them though; they're oftentimes amusing to read.
Stories on Hiatus: (8)
According To You
VOCALOID: Project DIVA
Upcoming Stories: (6)
Series: Persona 3 Portable
Summary: Once upon a time, Yukari had the best friend in the entire world... but when you start with "Once upon a time..." you must end with a "Happily every after."
Status: 1,188 Words.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: Kind of like taking MC after his journey, rewinding, putting him in FeMC's body, and telling him to do everything again... with his feelings still intact. Awkward.
Red and the League of Champions
Pairing(s): Implied everything! HibikixKotone/EthanxLyra, RedxLeaf, YuukixHaruka/BrendanxMay, KoukixHikari/LucasxDawn
Summary: “R-Red?” I stuttered in disbelief. “What are you doing away from Mt. Silver? Better yet, why are you in my living room?”
Status: 1/2 Complete. 3,064 Words.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: More semi-(?) crack and hints at fluff.
Surpassing One in Perfection
Pairing(s): Kei NanjoxMitsuru Kirijo (err, Nanjo, lol)
Summary: The story doesn't end at the white wedding that movies do. After all, they still need to make it all work.
Status: 175 Words.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: Erm, stuff. I'll have more info later.
Ties that Bind
Pairing(s): MCxYukari, ShinjixFeMC/AkihikoxFeMC
Status: 2,229 Words.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: Setting the stage for something grand...
What Always Was
Series: Persona 3 Portable
Summary: Now that Minako's awake, she and Akihiko attempt to put the pieces of their lives back together, but when Miki dreams of a room of velvety blues, Minako's life becomes that much harder to fix.
Status: 678 Words.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: Sequel to What Could Have Been.
What Should Have Been
Series: Persona 3
Summary: She refused to be like her mother. She would never be like her. That was why she would wait however long it took for him... even if it broke her.
Status: Not started.
Additonal Notes/Warnings: Companion to What Could Have Been. Parallel with MC and Yukari from Yukari's point of view.
Emmychao's Helpful Writing Hints
So basically, I’m tired of seeing writers frequently abuse some “commonly” misused words. Here is a little section that should help those who don't understand the differences.
There – Adverb. The most frequent use of the word is as an adverb, meaning it often modifies a verb when used in a sentence. For instance, if you have a sentence like “Let’s go over there,” guess what there modifies. “Let’s go there.” Go where? There. The best way to ask whether you’re using it properly is by replacing there with here. If the sentence still makes sense, you’ve most likely used it properly.
Their – 3rd case (person) plural possessive pronoun (also called an adjective). Their is a plural possessive noun, but because of its function, you could simplify it by just calling it an adjective; possessive nouns and adjectives are similar in that they both modify nouns. A sentence like “Their dog just died,” demonstrates just how identical the functions of possessive nouns and adjectives are. If you replace their with an article (a, an, or the) or another possessive noun such as our, and the sentence still makes sense, then that means that you’ve most likely used it correctly.
They’re – 3rd case plural nominative pronoun and helping verb. They’re is a contraction for “they are.” You would normally use it in a sentence like “They’re really good writers!” If you’re confused about whether or not you’ve used it properly, replace they’re with they are.
It’s – 3rd case singular nominative pronoun and helping verb. Though most possessives are marked by an ‘s, this happens to be one of the few exceptions. It’s is a contraction for “it is.” “It’s a good day today.” If you’re confused about its usage, just replace it with it is.
Its – 3rd case singular possessive pronoun. This is the possessive form of the word it. Remember, possessive pronouns are also interchangeable with adjectives, but the possessive part is what gives more detail about the noun it modifies. For instance “Its fight with mankind has just begun,” shows that it’s not just any fight; the fight belongs to something or someone. If you want to say that something belongs to another thing (usually genderless), then that would be the time to use its.
You’re – 2nd case singular nominative pronoun and helping verb. Like I’ve mentioned before, if you are confused on the usage of this contraction, replace it with you are.
Your – 2nd singular/ plural possessive pronoun. This should not be confused with the contraction you’re. The two are completely different. Your is a possessive pronoun that can be applied to a single noun or several. “Your grades are amazing!” and “Your story was horrible!” are two different examples of its singular and plural usage. Try substituting their or our if you’re confused about whether or not you’ve used it correctly.
Original Characters from patchworkearth's "After the End" series. (Jeff, Anna, and John. Ken and Maya included for giggles.)
Kei Nanjo and Mitsuru Kirijo sketches inspired by my "Two in Harmony" story.
The Detective Princess from "The Detective Princess." (LJ link)
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