Author has written 5 stories for Hitman, South Park, Final Fantasy I-VI, Tsubasa Chronicle, and Silent Hill.
I never thought I'd come back to fanfiction. I'm not trying to belittle the art or concept of it, but I truly had grown tired of it. The stories only felt as though they were partialy mine, seeing as the characters and their situations had been swiped from elsewhere.
But it's fun, as I'm sure you know. It's easy, and a great way to continue or change a story from either a book, anime, game, etc.
So, I guess I'm back. Just don't expect any more Naruto crap, because I've long since lost my love for Naruto
Chances are I'll only be continuing Ergence. So stop sending me messages asking if I'll continue any other story. No, I will not. I've deleted most of my old stories already, and the rest are probably soon to follow. On another note, I may write a RE oneshot. Chances are it will have Leon as the protagonist as I'm currently playing RE4. And may very well include Chris since I'm also currently playing RE5. And maybe Claire will find her way in there, since I played RE2 many years ago.
Some things I don't like/don't read:
-Anything with bad grammar, spelling, or parataxis use. Enough said.
-Anything where characters are made incredibly out of character. I don't expect a normal guy like James Sunderland to suddenly be able to take on hoardes of brawny men weilding swords. Nor do I expect someone like to Wesker to suddenly realize that being evil was a horrible choice, and that he just wants to retire in peace at the foot of the apalachian mountains.
-Contrived relationships. Anything that feels fake or forced. I like steady build-up and tranistions that make sense.
-Honestly, I won't read stories that tell me, in the very beginning, what is going to happen in the end. I see no need in reading a story that I already know the end of. That takes away the excitement for me--the feeling of uncertainty and anxiety.
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