Author has written 7 stories for Mega Man, Fruits Basket, Gundam Seed, Naruto, and Beyblade.
I think that people are more interested in the fics than the profile, so... just skip to the fics if you want to.
About me: I have two legs. I dislike OCs.
I’m starting Medicine School next September, so time will be precious. As usual, I cannot guarantee updates or completion of fics. Yep. Genuine apology here.
I have a pathetic excuse for a social life. I have a bunch of colleagues ( or "acquaintances", more like), a few nice friends here and there but that does not explain why since kindergarten I have always been the only one left with no neighbor every time we have a change of sitting plans.
I admit, I’m socially-challenged. “Homo sapiens” have such sophisticated social behavior that I just cannot grasp. I tried (and failed) countless times and it seems that I just don’t have what it takes to nurture a bond. Tried improving through trial and error; cracking jokes, sharing anything from snacks to notes, from being someone to being myself... I dunno. Friendship is just too hard a nut to crack and although having reliable friends is cool, to me it’s nothing worth sweating for anymore.
I tried my best, but it seems like making –keeping –friends requires some innate talent that I sorely lack. This stuff is just not my forte. There’s a little subtle something that simply eludes my reaching fingers. I salute those social butterflies –they shine so brightly that my eyes hurt.
Maybe they say I’m an outcast, a geek, but well, chances are I’m not the only one. I tried. And that's what I can say.
…At least ff.net does not shoo weirdos :3 I just like to write :)
For the fan fictions, my disclaimer: Me. No. Own. Anything. I cannot guarantee that I can finish a story, but well... I'll see what I can do.-.-'''
My apologies for the "cliché-ness" of my early fics (namely the Rockman.exe ones), and the typos you find throughout all of my stories. Just can't help it = =''' English is not my mother tongue, so please bear with me. :P
Last but not least, if you are interested, maybe you can just have a lil' peek at the stories on the favourites list? They're awesome! :D
Thank you for visiting and hopefully you'll enjoy your reading!
SPECIAL NOTICE: Statement against the Critics United
For those who have never heard of the Critics United, it is a self-appointed group on ff.net that aims to give constructive criticism and warn rule-infringing writers, and take action (by reporting the fic, likely resulting in its deletion) when such warnings are unheeded.
Unfortunately, some members of the Critics United are taking actions that are very disconcerting to many writers, including me. Such actions include:
-being very indiscriminating in their reporting of fanfictions, for instance, reporting a fic for the slightest infringement.
-giving terrible insults in their multiple reviews to their targeted writers, using vulgar language to criticize the writer's style, rule-infringement or even his/her sense of humour.
Impacts of the Critics United include
-mass-deletion of fanfictions
-loyal ff.net users abandoning ff.net and emigrating to other sites (e.g. livejournal, deviantart, ficwad...)
-the budding of an unhealthy cyber-bullying atmosphere unheard of on ff.net
Please protect ff.net and its writers:
I believe that rules exist to protect people. Taking unyielding action to protect a set of rules, and leading to the deletion of young writers' work for the slightest infringement, as well as dishing out derogatory diatribes in the name of constructive criticism causes more harm than good for most people who uses the site. It is therefore against the utilitarian principle (i.e. doing net harm). Such actions therefore become a reverse of means and ends.
Moreover, the Critics United is self-appointed and holds no authority over other users. It has no responsibility or authority to purge ff.net of substandard or infringing works. Nor authority to issue warnings, or expect them to be abided. Nor authority to punish other users. It has no safeguards against the black sheep in its group.
The very soul of ff.net lies in its acceptance of a wide array of second-hand original works (a.k.a. fanfics), and its rational users that give quality reviews.
FF.net has been a very successful breeding ground for aspiring writers, and a haven of timeless joy for many of us.
In my opinion, Critics United has, despite -I hope- benign intentions, opened the door to a plethora of impacts that is resulting in the wilting of ff.net and the stifling of creativity of budding, aspiring writers.
I hope the Critics United will reexamine its role in writing the history of ff.net, and that ff.net will remain true to what it always has been: a place for those who simply want to write.
-Hope for the best; Expect the worst. Life is not a movie; it is all unrehearsed.-
05-07-2012 Anno Domini