Author has written 13 stories for Star Wars, Command & Conquer, Kim Possible, Danny Phantom, Mass Effect, How to Train Your Dragon, Ace Combat, Mount&Blade, and Legend of Korra.
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Lost Sons (Mass Effect AU)
A story that I am co-authoring with Mandemon and Teen Spirit from Spacebattles. The general premise is a "what if" where, during an extremely daring and risky raid, the batarians attack Jerusalem at the height of the Third Crusade and made off with 30,000 people, who then managed to overpower their captors and crashed in Citadel Space. Over the next thousand years, these humans are uplifted to a state, the Star Empire of Jerusalem, where they were part of the Citadel as junior members... then cue the Systems Alliance on the stage and the resulting issues between two human polities and trying to fit such into the Citadel's system. And Shepard, in this timeline, is from the Empire and part of their nobility, and a Spectre Candidate alongside one of the Alliance's, Ashley Williams.
Currently In Progress
There are also a few links for it, which are included here:
Mount & Bending (Legend of Korra/Mount & Bending)
A story I'm working on, with the idea being Korra and some others are sent to Calradia by Harmonic Convergence. As a result, they now have to make their way through the sandbox of war that is Calradia and find out what they want to do, and make the mark they want.
Currently in Progress
A New World Network: An introduction story with an overview of the general situation in the world following "Phantom Planet", and an introduction to how things have changed for Danny now that he has his secret revealed to the world, and learns some interesting things about the so-called "Ghost Control Network" (GCN) as the network used to make the planet intangible had become known.
Ghost Club: Sequel to ANWN above. After getting caught by Lancer due to using his powers to evade a fan mob, Danny has a choice: a week of detention (and loony fans trying to get into detention), or guest speak at the new club forming at Casper High for a while as an alternative. Danny takes the later, but soon becomes worried that he unintentionally inspired some of its members to take up ghost fighting themselves. And because things always get worse, Valerie's secret identity as a ghost hunter is at risk when the Lunch Lady attacks the school and those same club members become overconfident.
Playing with Syringes: Sequel to Ghost Club above. After several Intangibility Suits were destroyed by Skulker in a skirmish, the Guys in White begin Project White Wraith, and as part of it set their sights on Danielle as a source of material to dissect and study. Danielle travels to Amity Park seeking help from Danny in dealing with the GIW, and Danny becomes forced to question just how far he would go to defend those close to him.
This also marks the end of my Danny Phantom stories as I felt that I was not going to be able to maintain the series with school.
Number Two: Winner of AmericanGecko's Minor Character Story Contest. A short story focusing on Will Du where he has to figure out what it means to be a grunt in a world of heroes, and figure out what he needs to be. (Kim Possible)
Twelve Battles of Command & Conquer: A Christmas spoof of the 12 Days of Christmas, a song fic. Made on Tiberium-laced eggnog, I swear. And a shining example of why I normally stay away from such fanfics as a writer - I'm terrible at them. (Command and Conquer)
Shakespear for Droids: A TCW one shot that was probably made on death sticks when I was younger. Alas, poor Y0771K. Extremely short, probably for the best. Take it as the cheap one-laugh gimmick it was supposed to be, written when I was just starting high school. (Star Wars)
Abandoned or Deceased:
Deconstructive Legacy and Thirteen Moons of Blood: Sharing the same expanded setting as "Number Two" above as Kim Possible fanfics, this was my main foray into fanfiction for a long time and where I would say that a lot of my knowledge. I'm leaving these up, however, because I am proud of what I had managed for them. Take them as a lesson in why you should know your habits well; inertia will only get you so far.
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Besides, we all like it when we get reviews to our fics, why not give someone else the same. Even if you drop it partway through the fic, the writer wrote the fic with their own free time and giving them some feedback is the least you can do.