Author has written 5 stories for Super Smash Brothers, Rhapsody Trilogy, Legend of Zelda, and Mega Man.
4/08/2017: WHAT-UUUP. I'm still here. How horrifying. And I'm actually writing and posting things. God have mercy. I do some beta-reading and adore ridiculous crossovers. I'm a full-time contract scientist. I have two Dark Souls stories that have been fermenting on my hard drive for a few years, so you may get to read those soon. Since I never posted them, they ended up exploring some very similar themes. If they ever both go up, feel free to be annoyed by that. The older one will probably be posted first, and reeks of either coffee or skunk. It's self indulgent schlock. But isn't all of this? At least its matured from its embryonic form.
If either of these stories go up I'll probably write self parodies as a companion piece to each, since I keep doing it in my head anyway.
Thoughts on the boneyard, for the bored and curious:
Far Within: I wanted this to be HUGE. I started it in middle school. Really, that tells you everything you need to know. Here's a summary for the two people who want to know what happened:
So there's some evil entity, Master Hand, that feeds on fear blah blah, and it wants to come into the real world and wreak some REAL havoc, instead of just pulling mental strings. Through a great deal of manipulation, it gets a machine built to achieve this purpose. Our heroes, brought together by an unlikely series of events and helped along by an angelic white dragon COUGHASLANCOUGH, destroy this machine and experience a great deal of growth on their journey. Oh, and Captain Falcon is ACTUALLY Samus's cousin who was kidnapped by pirates who did evil experiments on him, giving him his flame/energy powers. Wow, people would've been SO MAD! And everyone's happy, the end!
Wind and Water: This was fun. Elizabeth Haydon's books are great for anyone who likes fantasy and cool characters. Wasn't motivated enough to finish it. Essentially, Achmed gets tossed into The Invisible Man and befriends a sickly girl. He kills the Invisible Man, who was nutso, and then goes home.
Stone in the River: I like this one a lot, but it's also dead. Wind Waker Link gets into an accident and is washed onto an island occupied by none other than Oot Link, who was granted or earned or something ever-lasting life, and is REAL bitter. They become friends and Oot Link joins the sailors in their quest.
Meatloaf Chronicles: This is me just being ridiculous and mocking other authors. Might make you laugh.
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