Author has written 7 stories for Naruto, Harry Potter, and Code Geass.
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Prince Of War.
Story Status: Ongoing.
Let's start with the important stuff.
For those who don't know about this story I'll give you a low down. This is my idea of an AU Naruto-verse that's seemingly realistic while still containing bits of fantasy. What do I mean by that?
Well for Starters let's look at the main character. In the cannon Naruto is noted for having a cheerful and never say die attitude. No matter what comes his way the main man still manages to keep on smiling and chugging on. Good times and bad. Dark clouds or sunshine. Naruto's bright smile and even brighter outlook on life is a constant.
It's also really stupid.
I have a hard time believing that someone can be so overly happy considering how life has turned against him at every move. The idea of a smiling and cheerful boy who looks up with a sunny disposition despite having a giant demon trapped in his body really irritates me. And that's not factoring the idea that he's a solider in a militarized world where death can literally come for him at any second.
So in this story I like to think of Naruto in a somewhat realistic light while still keeping some elements of the person he is in cannon.
My Naruto is a jaded young boy. An orphan who was raised on his own merits and forced to grow up too fast in a world that hated him. He's too damn proud to go off the deep end, he won't let the bad times get to him. But at the same time he can't readily ignore the fact that his past experiences have shaped his personality. So he's developed a shield of sorts behind his sharp tongue and sneering face. He holds a polite respect for people he doesn't know and a quiet distain for everyone else.
Growing up he's had few people he can readily count on and just recently he's found out that one person who he thought was on a constant look out for him was actually lying to him the entire time. The idea that the Sandaime was a Hokage first and foremost isn't too far from the realm of reality. Everything that Hiruzen Sarutobi did considering Naruto was for the sake of Konoha, not the boy's. But at the same time he can't help but feel sorry for Naruto, and see the boy as one of his own children.
For Naruto things have only gotten worse. Months after finding out about the Kyuubi the Sandaime is forced to come clean about some of the other things he's hidden from the boy. His parents. His heritage. His place in life. All of these have served to turn Naruto from a grinning idiot in to a cold individual. He cares about his home and no longer blames the people in the village for their feelings. But at the same time he has no love for the average citizen beyond what is necessary.
In addition to all of that I took in to account what we know about the character now that the cannon story is complete. By the end of the series Naruto is a veritable god. He can use any type of elemental chakra and use techniques capable of changing entire landscapes at will. That's also not considering the fact that he's the reincarnation of several notable figures in history. So the idea of an overly powerful figure isn't so far fetched. But at the same time I hate these ideas where his power seemingly comes from nowhere. Another problem I have with the cannon figure.
The idea that the main character was left so poorly developed is one that I still can't seem to wrap my head around. The time skip is the major disconnect for me. After spending two and half years with a man noted for being a master trainer, who also managed to help produce three other ninja of the highest caliber possible, and having nothing to show for it? The writers made it so that Naruto would have to purposely gain an unfair advantage in terms of power ups to make up the difference in what he lacked in terms of skill.
This Naruto is someone I want to progress at a steady rate as both a ninja and person. I want for him to be noticeably stronger than people in his age group, a sign of things to come, and yet I don't agree with the idea of an unfairly god like figure at the age of twelve. So while Naruto is certainly stronger than most average ninja anyone worth half a bit of talent is going to still be able to handle him early on in his career. Eventually though, as he goes up against many challenges using only his own power and skill compared to the fox demons, I want for him to gain the experience necessary to finally shine one day.
So with all of that said I hope you all continue to read and enjoy in my vision.
The Uzumaki Clan/Prophecy Of the Uzumaki Clan
Boy. What to say about this one.
The original Uzumaki clan was one of my first tries. A story I adopted from another writer. This is an old one. Like, before we even knew there was a Senju clan or the names of Kakashi's teammates old. Hell, we didn't even know any of the bijuu beyond the Kyuubi and Ichibi.
The original POTUC was an attempt to blend Naruto with another popular series in Bleach. This story was made after reading another crossover with the same premises. It was one of the first few crossovers with the two that actually worked, although my favorite one (By Case13) never made it past the sixth chapter.
Now I want to combine the two of them together.
If anyone has noticed I put in the Prince of War a small author's note about having the first two chapters done. And that is true. I've had about 20,000 words written... For the past few years. Just sitting there waiting. And that's because every time I look over it I see something missing.
I've went back and forth about how I want to proceed. Should the story start with Naruto as a member of Uzu like the POTUC was leading towards? Or should it be set in the leaf village like the Uzumaki clan was? What about the Kushina and Minato debate? In the Uzumaki clan his father was the Uzumaki, but now we know it's the opposite. Should they both be alive? Should either?
I've thought of everything from custom gennin teams to a war between Uzu and Konoha.
I just don't know where this story is going right now.
But those first 20,000 words are pretty good...
Prince Of Akkaba
Another fun idea. I've been thinking about this one a lot.
This story is in the space between the first two mentioned. Meaning it isn't on a re-write but at the same time isn't active. That's because I've got so many ideas that keep changing and so little time to put them all down on to paper before they switch again.
This is an attempt to blend together three of my favorite series together in Marvel Comics, Harry Potter, and the Dresden Files.
I want to set up a Marvel like world where everyone is plotting their own little thing. While keeping the elements of magic being hidden from the general public like in the other two series. For example, while Iron Man is busy fighting Ultron a much bigger threat is brewing with the Outsiders and Voldemort.
This Harry Potter is supposed to be the bridge between magic and superhuman. I want for him to start of as a young and confident fighter who is just scratching the surface of his potential before he eventually evolves in to a feared and respected name. The title leads in to the main point of the story: Harry growing in power until he becomes King Of Akkaba or the mutant homeland.
I wanted it to be as if he had made his own organization and nation of great power. By the time factions such as the Avengers or Fae find out about his growing power and influence it would have been too late. He would be someone who would have a hand in how the world as a whole moved forward from his seat on his throne.
The problem is, like the last story, I'm stuck on how to start. Currently I have it set up as if Harry is a wizard noble who just happens to have ties to mutants. But what if I went in the opposite direction? How about a street rat Harry who knows just a bit of magic to augment his super powers? Maybe a Harry who hides his mutant powers from his magical brothers for fear of persecution? Or a highly skilled mutant combatant who is struggling to keep contain of his growing magical potential?
Again, too many choices.