Author has written 21 stories for Devil May Cry, Legend of Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy VII, Trinity Blood, Labyrinth, Black Cat, Saiunkoku Monogatari, Castlevania, Final Fantasy X, Assassin's Creed, and Hobbit.
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Edit 27/03/2011: Sadly, for the past year or so, university life has gotten so hectic that it's left me utterly without a moment to spare for writing. To anyone who's been left hanging waiting for an update, I'm truly sorry. I'm planning on getting back in the writing groove over the holidays (but don't hold your breath).
Edit 14/10/2010: The lovely Zarazia was kind enough to write a short biography for me!
Sylla is a fanfiction author who has grown up in the most unusual of circumstances.
When Sylla was just three months old, she was abandoned in the Amazon rainforest, where she was brought up by a talking shrub. Aged six, she set off on an epic quest to find the parents who had so cruelly deserted her as a baby.
The journey was long and arduous. As Sylla herself says:
"There were times when I thought I just couldn't go on. Once, I was attacked by a wild Decepticon. But even when I was desperate, a hair's breadth from giving up forever, one thought kept me going... I'd tell you it, but I forgot it years ago. I was six, remember."
Sylla's touching tale has a happy ending. After years of searching, she was finally reunited with her family, who, it turned out, had never intended to abandon her forever, merely to teach her the necessary survival skills for future student life.
Some sources state that the tale of Sylla's history is, in fact, a far graver affair; certain accounts even relate that, at the age of ten, she was turned into a duck by a crazed witchdoctor. There is, however, no evidence of this, as Sylla is notoriously camera-shy.
...Hmm? What is that you say? I have a whole page to myself to talk about me? Where to start? Okay:
There was once a little girl who, after long ages wandering the length and breadth of the net, finally stumbled upon a magical place where anyone could write pretty much anything (so long as it had something to do with an established fandom). This little girl began to write and write, and eventually as she grew acquired something approaching skill.
Then she realized there were many authors out there that were much better than her, and wept in despair. The End.
I'm kidding, of course. I actually did stumble upon FFnet a couple years ago, but I still hope to get even better in my writing. The sky's the limit!
~There are a couple people I'm especially grateful to. Pied Flycatcher, for showing me how to properly punctuate dialog tags. Snarky, for teaching me that a space is needed on both sides of a dash. And everyone on GA, for showing me what real writers are like.~
Apart from the ones I've actually written for, I'm also a fan of Howl's Moving Castle, the Bartimaeus Trilogy, Phoneix Wright: Ace Attorney, Final Fantasy X, The Black Magician Trilogy, D.Gray-Man, Samurai Champloo, Fullmetal Alchemist (to name a few). I might even write for some of them one day, but some fandoms are so easy to write for, whilst others... not so much, sadly.
Castlevania - Waterglass Mirror: A Joachim fic. The concept was in part inspired by Cat's Eye, a Margaret Atwood novel. It's shaping up to be a pretty big endeavor.
DMC - Ice To Fire: A Vergil returns fic; how original. Now rather old and decrepit; I only recommend it if you like to laugh at mediocre writing. (Hiatus.)
DMC - Crosshair: Oneshots galore! Or you could think of it as the place I dump my unrelated DMC oneshots that I can't put anywhere else. (Hiatus.)
TB - Origins: The story of the beginnings of the AX. I've not seen anything like this, so I thought I'd give it a shot. (Hiatus.)
Also known as Stories That May Or May Not One Day See The Net.
FFX - Ripple: SI with a twist. Can't say much currently, except that it'll probably be the first 'epic' story I've ever done. And by epic I mean huge. (Hopefully.)
DMC - (Untitled): Oohh, this one's going to be good; I've been sitting on it for a while. The story of how Sparda came to be good and fight for humanity - starring Dante and Vergil. Yeah, you read that right. Want a hint? The space-time continuum is involved. =P (Unlikely to ever see the net, as Ice to Fire is rotting away unfinished.)
If you've read all of this, I admire your perseverance. See you around.
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