Author has written 8 stories for Mega Man, and Yu Yu Hakusho.
I am very sorry that I had to stop beta reading for a while. I've just been so busy lately. I am currently working on a pretty long story for Yu Yu Hakusho that a friend of mine is 'Beta-ing'. I intend to write this one completely before beginning to post it.
Oh, and I've gotten a couple of requests to continue One in a Hundred, so I will try to do that when I get the chance. I got a couple of different ideas for it, so I'm going to try to pick a good path for this fic to follow.
When I feel I have the time, I will pick up on and gradually complete Creation, and The Day's End which are actually supposed to be a three-part deal. In fact, I've been watching Rockman.EXE lately and feeling the need to continue this...
Window of Opportunity will probably not be updated for a while since it is not really top priority right now. That and Natural Habitat will be updated just when I get the chance to actually write them. I remember where I'm supposed to go with them, but I may not get to finish them for a while...
I also have a story written in a spiral that I started years ago for the Classic Mega Man/Mega Man X crossovers as well as a Yu Yu Hakusho/InuYasha crossover and Yu Yu Hakusho/Harry Potter crossover that I have in mind... Those are at the bottom of my list until I finish all of the other things that I am supposed to do.
I am also working on a Yu Yu Hakusho/Zelda fic Into the Darkness. Or I think that's what I titled it. I will soon begin work on a Yu Yu Hakusho/Dora the Explorer (Heaven forbid...) that I thought would be interesting...
My Profile. A work in progress, as it should be. I will now be posting jokes every once in a while.
1. Zelda, Megaman, Halo, Inu Yasha, Yu Yu Hakusho... almost any anime or videogame. Strangely enough, I don't play them a whole lot.
2. Squirrels, although they can become evil when you come in close contact with them.
3. Animals. I like animals in the wild or as pets.
5. Food in general, but I don't overeat. Lots of small meals are good. Especially if they include cheesecake or blackberry cobbler.
6. Link and Blues. I shouldn't really have to explain why.
7. Wonderful plot lines.
1. Stomach aches.
2. Taking a test when I haven't studied for it.
3. Attempting to play The Legend of Zelda on a gamecube controller. The original Link didn't move in diagonals unfortunately. I just can't seem to escape the zoras.
5. Drawing hands.
6. Writer's block
7. Mary-Sue's (h-a-r: hisses at Mary-Sue and attempts to sic Hiei on her. Hiei: naps h-a-r: n_nU)
The deepest reaches of space. O.O
Mad Scientist/In college. Working towards Pharmacy School. Though if I'm currently in deep space I don't know how my gaining a degree will help anyone...
Make my parents proud! AKA: Support myself as a productive member of society. (while still clinging to my crazy anime/video game fandom of course...) Not that the population is that high this many light-years from home... _
Three dogs, chinchilla, and a frosted mini-wheat. (Never eat cereal next to highly reactive experiments that contain chemical X. It took me forever to convince little Frosty that he was not a power-puff anything and that I would not be naming him "Mighty Wheat", "Super Bran", or the "Frosted Fibrous Fighter")
Deviant Art account ():
I know I only have a couple of deviations, but I actually have a bunch of pictures drawn. It's just a matter of scanning them into the computer when I get the chance...
Reaching the end of a job interview, the Human Resources Person asked a young Engineer fresh out of Texas A&M, "And what starting salary were you looking for?" The Engineer said, "In the neighbourhood of 125,000 a year, depending on the benefits package." The interviewer said, "Well, what would you say to a package of 5 weeks vacation, 14 paid holidays, full medical and dental, a company matching retirement fund for 50 of your salary, and a company car leased every 2 years -- say, a red Corvette?" The Engineer sat up straight and said, "Wow! Are you kidding?" And the interviewer replied, "Yeah, but you started it."
And the Lord spoke to Noah: ''In six months I'm going to make it rain until the whole earth is covered with water and all the evil people are destroyed. But I want to save a few good people, and two of every kind of living thing on the planet. I am ordering you to build Me an Ark.''
And in a flash of lightning He delivered the specifications for an Ark.
''Okay," said Noah, trembling in fear and fumbling with the blueprints.
''Six months, and it starts to rain,'' thundered the Lord. ''You'd better have my Ark completed, or learn how to swim for a very long time.''
And six months passed. The skies began to cloud up and rain began to fall. The Lord saw that Noah was sitting in his front yard, weeping. And there was no Ark.
''Noah," shouted the Lord, "where is my Ark?'' A lightning bolt crashed into the ground next to Noah, for emphasis.
''Lord, please forgive me," begged Noah. "I did my best, but there were big problems. First I had to get a building permit for the Ark construction project, and your plans didn't meet code. So I had to hire an engineer to redraw the plans. Then I got into a big fight over whether or not the Ark needed a fire sprinkler system. My neighbors objected claiming I was violating zoning by building the Ark in my front yard, so I had to get a variance from the city planning commission.
Then I had a big problem getting enough wood for the Ark because there was a ban on cutting trees to save the spotted owl. Then the carpenters formed a union and went out on strike. I had to negotiate a settlement with the National Labor Relations Board before anyone would pick up a saw or a hammer. Now we got 16 carpenters going on the boat, and still no owls.
Then I started gathering up the animals, and got sued by an animal rights group. They objected to me taking only two of each kind. Just when I got the suit dismissed, EPA notified me that I couldn't complete the Ark without filing an environmental impact statement on your proposed flood.
Then the Army Corps of Engineers wanted a map of the proposed new flood plain. I sent them a globe. And the IRS has seized all my assets claiming I'm trying to avoid paying taxes by leaving the country, and I just got a notice from the state about owing some kind of use tax. I really don't think I can finish your Ark for at least another five years,'' Noah wailed.
The sky began to clear. The sun began to shine. A rainbow arched across the sky. Noah looked up and smiled.
''You mean you're not going to destroy the earth?'' Noah asked, hopefully.
''Wrong!'' thundered the Lord. ''But being Lord of the Universe has its advantages. I fully intend to smite the earth, but with something far worse than a flood. Something man invented himself.''
''What's that?'' asked Noah. There was a long pause, and then the Lord spoke: