Author has written 3 stories for Super Smash Brothers, and Game X-overs.
Birthday: December 8th, 1992
Occupation: Fanfic writer
A Brief History: When I was thirteen, I dreamed of writing a fanfic -- even creating a series -- that would win the heart of many a fandom, something I almost had with a little story called Silvermoon. After some lack of direction and getting into some trouble with smutfic, the momentum of the story slowed to a permanent halt. As years went by, I kept writing, trying and losing sight of project after project, sometimes on other websites and sometimes in private.
And as you can see, I'm finally back on my feet.
Likes to write: Self-Inserts, Novelizations, Mega Crossovers. Sometimes two or all of those at the same time. Genres: Adventure, with plenty of Friendship and touches of Romance. I am now also dabbling in Humor.
Alternate Contacts: I am Gancena nearly everywhere. The best other places to find me are on Twitter and tumblr.
Check this section every now and again for progress reports.
The Captain of the Virtual Console (aka Virtual Console Captain (VCC)) -- A huge (how about 20 franchises!?) video game crossover and self-insert fic inspired by, but not entirely based off, the premise of Captain N: The Game Master. Franchises involved so far: Pokémon, Mega Man. Chapter 31 is up! Chapter 32 will begin drafting soon.
S. -- A Super Smash Brothers fic. On the surface, it's a slice-of-life, but beneath that it's about... um... ??? Created spontaneously one night, this fic is meant to be my ongoing exercise in absurdity and spontaneity. As such, updates sporadically, whenever I put together enough scenes to create a chapter. (Note: The title is meant to have the period, since it's a direct nod to Thomas Pynchon's V., also titled with a period. However, FFN will not allow periods in story titles, so we'll have to make do.)
Silvermoon (Fandom: Super Smash Brothers) - My first published fanfic, which was basically an adventure-based interpretation of Super Smash Brothers Melee with an OC thrown in. Discontinued because I didn't plan it out very well -- I let too many impulses take over, and while I knew how I wanted it to end, I had no idea which direction I was taking it. I'm not planning on deleting it, though, since it was well-loved in its heyday and I cannot deny it has an important place in my writing history.