Author has written 4 stories for Animal Crossing, and Star Fox.
3-16-14: With every update of "Desolace" I will be drawing concept art to give readers a visualization to better their experience. Have a gander at my mediocre art at
3-12-14: After many years, "Desolace" finally reaches its intended destination. Thank you so much for bearing with me over these long years. I can't appreciate it more.
11-25-09: "Desolace" has been updated: a short intermission chapter called Serenity.
6-29-09: "As I Lay Dying" is finished; please give it a shot! So far, people say it's been quite a tearjerker.
StarFox Masterworks Archive: http://www.fanfiction.net/community/Star_Fox_Masterworks/60115/
Writing is my favorite pastime.
Ever since I was a kid, all I've ever wanted to do was create something that people could enjoy and praise. My head's been swimming with all of these ideas ever since that fateful day on the school bus ride back home. My original works, however, are on a different caliber altogether. Before I started actually working on my own novels, I wanted to grind out my impurities in FanFiction...what better place then to do it with the games I idolized?
It's very difficult for me to look at my works and not think "I can do better." or "Wow, this is complete garbage." I'm not about to go on a huge self-humbling rant here, but I think it would be untrue to say that nobody feels this way at some point in time. While I may not feel that things I produce and create deserve a lot of the attention they receive, the fact that they DO get such stellar attention from wonderful people such as yourselves is what really keeps my creative motor turning.
I joined this site many years ago when I was still very young. Being young comes with certain qualities, or in many cases 'lack thereof'. There's numerous occasions where I browse through stories I've already submitted and cringe.
I was told by someone long ago that even at the worst times in your life- no matter the quality of the things and experiences you create or have the privilege of sharing with someone- treasure them greatly, as they are documented experiences of inevitable growth. I most certainly believe in that. That being said, when someone sings my praises about really enjoying a chapter I just submitted, I respond like "Oh man, that's great, I'm really happy you enjoyed it!" While secretly I'm thinking "Please please please don't look at -story x- or -story y-".
Even so, I reflect on my bad work and strive to make it better, especially Desolace. I've said before that the story has one particularly huge and glaring plot hole that I desperately need to fix(as well as tune up some consistency and general quality, since I was 15 when I first wrote the damn thing). The later entries of Desolace will be more epic and fulfilling, and hopefully not a disappointment. As of 3-12-2014, I finally made it to the core element of Desolace after publishing the story initially in 2008. I've experienced a great deal of joy and tragedy in my lifetime since then...I hope to continue to entertain my readers as much now as I did in the past.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you. I would not be here without your support.
(3-12-14 this section to be updated at a later time)
Almost Easy. (Star Fox, Games)
I put this on hold a loooong time ago. Couldn't go anywhere with it.
"Almost Easy" is my first request fic. DJ Dragoon, the idea behind the story, asked me to write this for him. Credit goes to him for Story Concept, Original Plot, and Original Characters.
"Almost Easy" starts off with a flashback of a dragon mother and her young baby boy. Their race is known as the Duraii, a once great race that has now become so politically corrupt the mother and the child fled their home planet to Corneria, where there is peace. One night, however, turns to tragedy when the two are kidnapped by mysterious men. The mother is killed, and the child is now in the grips of these mysterious people. I don't want to spoil anything just yet, so you'll have to read more to find out.
The scene later jumps to the future, where a female husky is frantically making her getaway after stealing something very important. There are hounds on her tail, but she disposes of them almost easily. Crimson is about 20 now, and is a recluse to society. His past is dark, and he often recalls memories of the periods of black he would have.
Eventually the two will meet(quite abrubtly) and chaos will ensue. Crimson and the husky(Snow) are now in a heated race for their lives, as Snow has violated a contract and a crime syndicate wants her out of the picture. Since Crimson and Snow don't warm up to each other right off the bat, they're going to have to learn to cooperate if they want to survive.
My Original Works
This mofo was the first thing I ever put on this site. I look back at it now and go "Shit, what was I thinking?"
Odd Man Out (formerly When Crazy Comes to Town). (Animal Crossing, Games)
"Odd Man Out" is about a young boy named Jeffery, who is on the road to his new life. He's a very insecure and shy person, and he doesn't fit into the new town very well when the main bullies decide to pick on him. He manages to befriend a laid-back squirrel, Adam, a young wolf who is always quiet, Eddie, and a mysterious darkly cat, Jade. The story will follow Jeffery through his entire life in the town of Darsinae Forest. The title will tell you all, what goes on in the story will make you think why crazy decided to come to town for a visit.
Here's the second story I ever posted. Piece of shit needs some work. I'm semi-proud of it, though.
Desolace. (Star Fox, Games)
"Desolace" takes place not too long after StarFox Assault. The Cornerian Forces have discovered yet a new threat to their solar system, which just happens to be led by Fox's one great rival...Wolf O'Donnell. It seems unexplainable how Wolf and his crew have gathered amass such a sturdy fleet, but whatever the cause, the StarFox Team is sent to launch a preemptive strike. Wolf surprises them first, and an unexpected and brutal mega-battle begins to occur. In other measures, Fox and Krystal have gotten closer, so to speak. But one argument leads to a disarray of orders, which sends Fox and Krystal through a hyperdimensional portal, which takes them to a planet light-years away from the Lylat System. The two awake slightly injured in a dark bog, separated, both of their Arwings completely and utterly obliterated. When they find each other, they discover they are not the only ones on this planet...and the welcome wagon isn't too happy about a meal dropping in late.
This story, to me, was amazing. It was based on dream.
As I Lay Dying. (Star Fox, Games)
"As I Lay Dying" was based on a dream I had one night. It follows a young pilot throughout the whole story. In the beginning, a huge space vessel is being ripped apart due to an asteroid belt collison. The pilot watches as most of his friends die on the great fall towards a grim looking planet. After the impact, only a small number of survivors remain. It's confirmed that the planet is ridiculously unstable and there's only a matter of time until it explodes, sending all to a destructive end. The pilot is grief-stricken as he watches the last of his friends die, and even some take their own lives themselves. But his inner-conscience appears to him in a familiar image...an image that would lead the lost pilot to the path...of final acceptance.