Author has written 18 stories for Wrestling, Spider-Man, X-Men: Evolution, X-Men: The Movie, Mass Effect, Transformers/Beast Wars, Mortal Kombat, and Legend of Zelda.
This is KiloWhiskeyOscar (formally known as 2K5Seether.) Just decided to rework my profile.
Date of Birth: December, 1983, which makes me... you figure it out.
Here are my completed stories, mainly the trilogies:
The WWE Trilogy tells the story of the meteoric rise of Drake Williams, from his debut match on the main WWE Roster to his first reign as WWE Champion and eventual departure from WWE. During his tenure, Drake battles his way up the ladder against a who's who of WWE Superstars, including Edge, Jeff Hardy, John Cena and chief rival Randy Orton. During his time, he faces personal demons that nearly cost his career before skyrocketing to the top of the WWE. His various battles carry him to reigns of United States Champion, Intercontintal Champion and eventually, the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship. Drake also wins the Royal Rumble an Money In The Bank Ladder match and forms a heel stable with rival Orton called the Entourage before choosing to depart WWE forever, leaving his mark in the company.
Drake Williams: the main protagonist of the trilogy, he begins in 2005 as a 23 year old rookie who his briefly mentored by Chris Benoit. His first major championship reign comes when he defeats Booker T for the United States Championship at Summerslam. After a brief hiatus in 2007, Drake returns in 2008 to win the Royal Rumble and advances to WrestleMania to win the WWE Championship which he holds for up to a year.
Randy Orton: Arguably the main antagonist of the trilogy, Randy Orton is Drake Williams' chief rival due to an unspecified incident in their past. Orton first defeats Williams at WrestleMania in 2006 before losing two subsequent matches, one of which occurs in Hell in a Cell. Later on, Orton and a then heel Williams form the Entourage with Mr. Kennedy and Carlito. At one point, the group have most of the major titles before Williams is ousted out of the group. The rivalry culminates in an I Quit match which Orton loses.
Edge: The Rated R Superstar is the Superstar Drake defeats to win his first WWE Championship at WrestleMania and then defeats several more times in various rematches, including a Ladder Match in Edge's hometown of Toronto. Despite the hostilities between them, they do display signs of mutual respect.
Jeff Hardy: The Extreme Enigma who defeats Drake Williams for the WWE Championship, which is the catalyst to Drake's heel turn and the formation of the Entourage.
John Bradshaw Layfield: The selfmade millionaire who decries Drake Williams' title reign, often referring to Drake as a "punk kid." Drake ultimately defeat JBL in a Last Man Standing match at Cyber Sunday.
John Cena: The then reigning WWE Champion whom Drake Williams battles for the title at the Great American Bash.
The Undertaker: The Phenom whom Drake battles in a match where Drake injures his shoulder which eventually leads him going away to have surgery.
Chris Benoit: Drake Williams' mentor who shows him the ropes. (Note: this story takes place two years prior to the real life Benoit Tragedy.)
Mickie James: Drake Williams' love interest.
Montel Vontavious Porter: The then reigning World Heavyweight Champion who Drake battles and defeats at Summerslam to win his last major championship before his departure from WWE.
The Spider-Man Trilogy is a continuation of the Sam Raimi movie series with Tobey McGuire and Kirsten Dust reprising their roles as Peter Parker and Mary-Jane Watson respectively. Picking up after the events of Spider-Man 3, Peter attempts to mend his strained relationship with Mary Jane, who has gone on to become a fashion model. Eventually, they get back together and soon after Peter marries Mary Jane and welcome their first child, May. As Spider-Man, he faces a new rogue's gallery of villains; The Lizard, Scorpion, Tombstone, Rhino, Shocker, Hobgoblin and Carnage. Venom also returns.
New supporting characters appear in the trilogy include Black Cat/Felicia Hardy, Michael Morbius, Roderick Kingsley, Ned Leeds, Jean DeWolff, Stan Carter and Ashley Kafka.
Spider-Man/Peter Parker: portrayed once again by Tobey McGuire, Peter struggles to make things right with Mary-Jane while juggling his responsibilities with a costumed vigilante. He is also conflicted by the death of his friend Harry Osborn and burdened by the new villains that appear to challenge him. He and MJ marry eventually marry and welcome newborn daughter May Parker into the world.
Mary-Jane Watson: portrayed by Kirsten Dunst, MJ is Peter's on again/off again love interest who his aware of his double life as Spider-Man. Her relationship with Peter is considerably strained after Peter fell under the influence of symbiote and the death of Harry along with the distraction of her new model career. She eventually reunites with and becomes Peter's wife and gives birth to their daughter May.
May Parker: portrayed by Rosemary Harris, May is Peter's aunt and surrogate mother after the death of Ben Parker who is for a time unaware of Peter's alter ego. Regardless of all that has happened, Aunt May stay a pillar of support for Peter and eventually learns that Peter is Spider-Man.
J. Jonah Jameson: portayed by JK Simmons, he is the Editor in Chief of the Daily Bugle and Peter's boss. He has a strong dislike for Spider-Man and considers him a public menace dispite having been save from the Green Goblin by Spider-Man. In a foolish attempt to humiliate Spider-Man, Jameson convinces Mac Gargan to become Scorpion, only for Spider-Man to save him from his own creation. Jameson is again saved by Spider-Man when Venom returns, though he later tries to indentify him.
Felicia Hardy/Black Cat: portrayed by Cerina Vincent, Felicity Hardy is a billionaire heiress to the Hardy Foundation who is in a relationship with biochemist Michael Morbius. Her alter ego is the Black Cat, an enigmatic cat burgler who engages in a game of Cat & Mouse with Spider-Man with whom she soon falls in love. She later helps Spider-Man defeat the Hobgoblin and disappears into the night, believed to have been killed by the villain.
Jean DeWolff: portrayed by Naomi Harris, she is the tough new Captain of the NYPD following the departure of George Stacy. She doesn't think highly of Spider-Man at first, seeing him as only another criminal. DeWolff was investigating rumors of the Big Man of Crime and suspected L. Thompson Lincoln, eventually exposing him. In time, Jean comes to trust Spider-Man and determines his secret identity as Peter for whom she develops feelings. Peter is later distressed when Jean is murdered by Carnage.
Eddie Brock Jr./Venom: portrayed by Topher Grace, Eddie Brock was Peter's chief rival at the Daily Bugle before he was fired and humiliated by a then symbiote-influenced Peter. When Peter removed the symbiote, it found Eddie and bonded with him creating Venom. After disappearing for a time, Venom eventually returned to torment Spider-Man before joining forces with him to battle the villain Carnage.
Curt Connors/The Lizard: portayed by Dylan Baker, the Lizard appears in Spider-Man 4 as the main antagonist. Curt Connors was Peter's physics professor before shift his focus to biology. He spent much of his time studying the limb regeneration of reptiles and created a serum to regrow his missing right arm. While the process succeeded, it also turn into a human/lizard hybrid who then attempted to transform the popular in lizard-like creatures. Spider-Man soon stopped and reverted Connors to his normal self.
Mac Gargan/Scorpion: portrayed by Josh Brolin, Mac Gargan was a private investigator working for J. Jonah Jameson to figure how Peter such good angles of Spider-Man. When he was mocked by Spider-Man, Gargan agreed to a proceedor to be fused with scorpion DNA, becoming more than a match for Spider-Man. However, side effects took place and turn Gargan into a psychopathic madman. He ironically target Jameson and nearly killed but only to be killed himself in a fatal plunge.
L. Thompson Lincoln/Tombstone: portrayed by Michael Jai White, L. Thompson Lincoln appears as benevolent philanthropist in the public eye, but he secretly the Big Man of Crime. When Spider-Man confronts him, Lincoln states that he'd had many names and that his favorite was Tombstone. Tombstone is able to physically dominate Spider-Man in their first encounter, but is later accousted the Hobgoblin. Tombstone is eventually exposed as the Big Man by Jean DeWolff and taken away by S.H.I.E.L.D.
The Hobgoblin: The main antagonist of Spider-Man 5, the Hobgoblin is a mysterious and caculating sociopath hellbent on overthrowing Tombstone and becoming the Big Man. The continued interference of Spider-Man forces the Hobgoblin to refocus his efforts to dispose of him, and he inadvertantly makes things personal when his actions cause Aunt May to have a heart attack. For a time, his identity is a mystery. Ned Leeds (Sabastian Stan) is believed by Peter to be the Hobgoblin only to be killed by the villain himself. Spider-Man eventually defeats the Hobgoblin with Black Cat's aid, though he survived and was revealed to Roderick Kingsley (Sean Bean.)
Cletus Kasady/Carnage: portrayed by Steven Pasquale, Carnage appears as the main antagonist in Spider-Man 6. Cletus Kasady was a murderous psychopath since childhood, Kasady took an extremely personal delight in tormenting his victims. He has a sick attachment to Jean DeWolff whom he tried rape before Spider-Man stops and is sent to Ravencroft. There, he encounters Eddie Brock and witnesses his transformation into Venom before a strand of the symbiote merges with his blood, transforming him into Carnage. After a length murder spree, one of the deaths being that of Jean, Carnage is defeated by Venom and Spider-Man.
The Transformers Trilogy is the updated reimagining of the orginal 1984 animated series which starts at 1986 movie and carries into Season 3. Set in the years 2010-2012-13, the trilogy chronicles the ongoing war between the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons. But both sides are forced to set their differences aside when forces greater than they've ever known emerge to change the course of universe.
Optimus Prime: voiced by Peter Cullen; the leader of the Autobots and keeper of the Matrix of Leadership, Optimus is a strong, compassionate individual with a strong sense of justice. He believes in his Spark the freedom is the right of all sentient being and would lay down his life to preserve that believe. He eventually does so during the Decepticon's attack on Autobot City, sacrificing himself to defeat his archenemy Megatron. His death imminent, Optimus passes the Matrix to Ultra Magnus, unaware that the Matrix would choose the young Autobot Hotrod to light the Autobot's Darkest Hour. Nearly two years later, Optimus is revealed to have actually been in a prolonged stasis lock and brought back to Earth by two human scientists. Optimus is eventually revived and helps the Autobots defeat the Fallen to save Earth, before resuming his leadership role.
Hotrod/Rodimus Prime: voiced by Sam Witwer; An arrogant and reckless Autobot youth who would change the course of history when opened the Matrix of Leadership, becoming Rodimus Prime. As Rodimus, his attitude would change from arrogant to serious although he'd return his reckless nature from time to time. Despite being the successor to Optimus, Rodimus would feel increasingly burdened by the pressures of leadership. Though often sought guidance from his most trust allies, he would alway feel like he could never escape Optimus Prime's shadow. After losing the Matrix and reverting back to his original self, Hotrod leads the Autobots against the Fallen and Sentinel Prime.
Ultra Magnus: voiced by Bruce Greenwood; the Commander of Autobot City and one of Optimus Prime's closest friends, Ultra Magnus is a pure soldier who happiest on the battlefield. He prefers to take orders rather than give them out but regardless, Ultra Magnus has proven himself a capable leader on more than one occasion. He is made Second-In Command under Rodimus Prime and assists him any way he can to help Rodimus escape from the shadow of Optimus. After being captured by the Decepticons, Ultra Magnus is rescued and participates in the final battle against the Fallen and survives.
Elita One: voiced by Jennifer Hale; Optimus Prime's former Spark mate before the Great War, Elita and several other female Autobots were left behind during the Autobot's exodus from Cybertron. She and her troupe eventually escaped to Quintessa where they captured by the Quintessons. The experience left Elita bitter and angry when Hotrod and Kup found and rescued, and she was more distressed to learn Optimus Prime's death. Eventually moving on from it, Elita One joined the Autobots on Earth. She participates in the battle against the Fallen and survives, reuniting with the revived Optimus Prime.
Kup: voiced by Michael Hogan; this grizzled Autobot war veteran usually acts as Hotrod's mentor, albeit an unwanted one. Despite a considerable enmity between them, Kup and Hotrod do share a strong teacher/student relationship. In contrast to his Hotrod persona, Rodimus Prime often turns to Kup for guidance. Kup also served as Elita One's drill instructor during the Great War. Kup is eventually killed in action during the Fallen's invasion attempt of Earth.
Arcee: voiced by Zoe Saldana; Hotrod's on again/off again love interest, Arcee often worries about Hotrod more than she's let on. She is close friends with the Autobot Triple Changer Springer and Daniel Witwicky, the son of Spike and Carly. She participates in the battle against the Fallen and survives.
Jazz: voiced by Adam Lazarre-White; One of Optimus Prime strongest supporters, Jazz has a love for Earth culture and an easygoing outlook on life. After being reformatted over the next two years along with Bumblebee, Jazz helps the Autobots fight off the Fallen's legions of undead Transformers and survives.
Springer: voiced by Nolan North; A Triple Changer and friend of Hotrod and Arcee, Springer is an outgoing but cool and aloof warrior who was always ready for a clever quip or two. He and four of the five Aerialbots are killed by the rogue Autobot Sentinel Prime.
Breakaway: voiced by Josh Keaton; A young and eager Autobot flyer with a penchant for wise cracks. He makes up for his lack of experience with boundless enthusiasm. Breakaway meets and develops a close bound with the unwilling Decepticon Tempest and convinces her to join the Autobots. When Tempest is killed by Prowl, Breakaway leaves the Autobots but returns during the final battle against the Fallen, killing the Autobots traitor Prowl and surviving the battle.
Tempest: voiced by Grey DeLisle; A former Decepticon created by Unicron, Tempest instead chose to join the Autobots due to her disagreeing with the Decepticon's methods. She has a strong emotional attachment to Breakaway. Tempest is killed in action by Prowl, who was revealed as a sleeper agent of the Fallen.
Sentinel Prime: voiced by Liem Neeson; One of the main antagonists of Return Of The Primes. A long thought dead former Autobot leader who fought in the Great War, Sentinel Prime was revealed to have been exiled from Cybertron for his unrelenting brutality against both Autobots and Decepticons. He would arrive on Earth seeking to reclaim the Matrix, killing Springer and four of the Aerialbots in the process. It is later revealed that Sentinel encountered the Fallen during his exile and forced into servitude. He would break free of the Fallen's influence at the urging of the revived Optimus Prime and would later sacrifice himself to defeat the Fallen. While he is presumed dead, Sentinel is last seen floating in deep space; his optics flicker briefly, indicating that he may be alive.
Megatron/Galvatron: voiced by Frank Welker/Keifer Sutherland; the ruthless leader of the Decepticons and co-antagonist of Til All Are One, Megatron strongly cares for his home planet of Cybertron strongly believes that the only way to secure its future is to conquer it. To that end, he and his troops have in fact for a time controlled the planet knowing that the Autobots would eventually strike back. Megatron himself was at the forefront of the siege of Autobot City where he battled Optimus Prime for the final, leaving both critically wounded. As Galvatron, he was considerably upgraded and more vicious than ever. He cared little for his troops if at all that really mattered was the final conquest of the Autobots; by any means needed.
Starscream: voiced by Steven Blum; Megatron's treacherous Second-in-Command, Starscream unchecked ambition knew no bounds. While Megatron tolerated Starscream's repeated attempts to overthrow him and take over as leader of the Decepticons, Galvatron was far less than tolerate, promptly terminating Starscream. As it turned out however, Starscream wouldn't stay terminated for long. He returns in a new form and strikes a deal with the Fallen, but is killed later by the Fallen. his Spark is last seen floating aimlessly through space before vanishing in a wormhole.
Soundwave: voiced by Frank Welker; The spymaster of the Decepticons and unflinchingly loyal to Megatron and Galvatron, Soundwave is considered to be untrustworthy by many of the other Decepticons. He is killed along with Barricade during the final battle against the Fallen when the Revenge, the Decepticon flagship, crashes onto them.
Cyclonus: voiced by Keith David; Galvatron's most staunch loyalist, Cyclonus is a near emotionless saboteur who's only real joy is watching Autobots die at his hands. He has a particular animosity towards Ultra Magnus.
Scourge: voiced by Malcolm McDowell; The leader of the Sweeps, Scourge has a somewhat devilish nature to go along with his appearance. In reality, he is somewhat fearful of Galvatron. He is killed during the final assault against the Fallen.
Barricade: voiced by Crispin Freeman; A semi-psychotic Decepticon who delights in tormenting the Autobots, Barricade is really something of a coward and luckless fool. He is later killed along with Soundwave when the Revenge crashes on top of them.
Shockwave: voiced by Corey Burton; Megatron's trusted Science Officer on Cybertron, charged with the security of the planet while Megatron in on Earth. He is killed during Unicron's attack on Cybertron itself.
Skyquake: voiced by Hugo Weaving; The secondary antagonist of Faces Of Darkness, Skyquake is a ruthless and uncompromising war monger who once fought with Megatron in the Great War, Skyquake penchant for violence was matched only by his desire to become the Decepticon's new leader. To achieve his goal, Skyquake brokered a deal with the Alpha Q in exchange for helping his locate the Covenant of Primus. Skyquake was eventually terminated by Galvatron.
Trypticon: voice by Keith Szarabajka; a massive Decepticon almost as old as Cybertron itself, Trypticon was considered to be the Decepticon's ultimate weapon before his defeat at the hands of Optimus Prime. Having laid dorment for millenia until Galvatron released him, Trypticon would set his sights on Earth only to be destroyed by the Autobot's own secret weapon, the equally massive Metroplex.
Unicron: voiced by Andre Braugher; the primary antagonist of Til All Are One, Unicron was believed to be a myth by many of the Transformers. Far from a myth, Unicron would reappear in the universe with his sights set on Cybertron. He would reformat Megatron into Galvatron while sending an agent, Sideways, to watch him. Unicron would later directly attack Cybertron only to be destroyed when Rodimus Prime unleashed the power of the Matrix. Unicron's decaying head would become an orbiting satellite.
Alpha Q: voiced by Mark Hamill; the leader of the Quintessons and the primary antagonist of Faces of Darkness, Alpha Q was a conniving manipulator who was responsible for the mutilations of Elita One's friends. He recreated Chromia into Blackarachnia and unleashed the ravenous Predacons. Alpha Q sought to locate the Covenant of Primus on Cybertron, where it is revealed that it was Quintessons created the Transformers. In the end, Alpha Q was defeated and escaped. He is later revealed to have been in service to the Fallen, who promply terminated him.
The Fallen: voiced by Clancy Brown; the primary antagonist of Return Of The Primes, the being formerly known as Megatronus was once one of the Thirteen Original Primes created by Primus to battle Unicron in the beginning of time. But he would instead betray and murder most of his brothers in the service of the Chaos Bringer. For his actions, he was stripped of his name and dubbed the Fallen before being banished into a dark dimension of limbo. He uses several agents, most notably Sentinel Prime, to achieve his goal of escaping from the dark space. Ultimately, the Fallen is defeat when Sentinel turns against him in a dark space explosion that apparantly destroys them both.
X-Men: Apocalypse Rising continues the saga of the live-action X-Men series. This time, the X-Men are led by Wolverine and Storm when it is learn the Cure from the Last Stand is only a temporary fix. As a result, the original powers many mutants begin to reemerge, particularly those of Rogue. At the same time, Nathanial Essex attempts to release an ancient mutant with the power to potentially wipe out the human race.
Wolverine/Logan: portrayed by Hugh Jackman; the de-facto leader of the X-Men along with Storm with a mutant healing factor, animal keen senses and razor sharp adamantium claws. Logan still feels responsible for the death of Jean Grey, whom he was forced to kill in order to save her from herself. He also has a shaky father-daughter relationship with Rogue.
Storm/Ororo Monroe: portayed by Halle Berry; serving as the de-facto leader with Wolverine, she has the ability to manipulate the weather. Ororo was one of the first students at the Xavier Institute along with Jean Grey and Scott Summers, eventually becoming a teacher there.
Beast/Henry "Hank" McCoy: portrayed by Kelsey Grammer; a blue furred mutant with a genius-level intellect. Originally a mutant liason in the United States Goverment, Hank returned to Xavier Institute to work was the students. Like Wolverine, Hank has a animal side to him but manages to maintain control of it.
Iceman/Bobby Drake: portayed by Shawn Ashmore; a young mutant with the ability to manipulate freeze the air around him to almost sub-zero temperatures. Bobby was orginally in a relationship with Rogue before they broke up. He then migrated to a relationship with Kitty Pryde.
Rogue; portrayed by Anna Paquin; originally a runaway with the mutation to absorb the abilities and memories of any she touches albeit unable to control it. Rogue is the only member of the X-Men to take the original Cure but she eventually recovers. Rogue is also wooed by the charming mutant thief Remy LeBeau.
Emma Frost: portrayed by Kate Beckinsale; a mutant telepath and a former student of the Xavier Institute, Emma arrives to act as a replacement of the late Charles Xavier much to the chagrin of Storm, who has an unspecified enmity towards her. Emma is hinted to have been an item with Scott Summers.
Gambit/Remy LeBeau: portrayed by Chris Pine; a Cajun thief with the mutation to charge charge any object he touch with explosion kenetic energy. His weapons of choice are a bo staff and a pack of playing cards. He has a history with Wolverine and develops an on/off relationship with Rogue.
Angel/Warren Worthington III: portrayed by Ben Foster; the estranged son of Warren II, Angel is gifted with white, bird-like wings that enable him to fly. After his wings a damaged and later amputated at his father's request, Warren is abducted by Nathaniel Essex and transformed into Archangel.
Jubilee; portrayed by Jamie Chung; a young mutant with the ability to generate "sparkles" from her hands. She is in a relationship with Angel prior to his transformation into Archangel.
Shadowcat/Kitty Pryde: portrayed by Ellen Page; a mutant with the ability to phase through solid matter and at times, even people. She is in a relationship with Bobby Drake.
Pyro: portayed by Aaron Stanford; a former student from the Xavier Institute with the ability to menipulate fire, though unable to create it. Pyro is a former frined of Iceman with whom he shares an enmity.
Domino: portayed by Rhona Mitra; an expert marksman with subtle probability-altering mutant powers.
Quicksilver/Peitro Maximoff: portayed by Hayden Christensen; a mutant with the ability to run at extremely high speeds. He is the half-brother of Polaris and possibly the son of Magneto, who's been missing since the events of the Last Stand.
Polaris/Lorna Dane: portrayed by Isabel Lucas; a green-haired mutant who can menipulate magnetic fields around her, thus control metal. She is the half-brother of Quicksilver and possibly the daughter of Magneto.
Avalanche: portrayed to pro wrestler Matt Morgan; a burly mutant with the power to generate earthquakes.
Blink: portrayed by Kate Mara; a silent mutant who uses crystaline javelins to teleport hersel and other from place to place.
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