Author has written 13 stories for Elder Scroll series, and Fallout.
G'day, eh? Greetings from the Great White North!
Millions of thanks to JawsOfOblivion for creating the image for my avatar. Let's blow things up, for science!
Twist of Fate: My first fic and my very first piece of writing. Written and posted in the span of three months, a new chapter going up daily, it definitely has some parts I consider rough. One of these days it will be edited and tweaked, hopefully in the not too distant future.
For those who may be reading through it - all I will say is that there is a reason for everything and all shall be revealed (eventually). You’ll just have to trust me on this.
Cherish the Season: It's a continuation of Twist of Fate though it doesn't feature any of the main characters from that story. It's short, fluffy, sweet, and simple. And hopefully a nice little bit of romance.
A Feast For the Senses: The third story set in the Twist of Fate universe. It's a light hearted little tale revolving around Count Hassildor, and the antics he must endure at the hands of Bravil's new Court Wizard.
Lord Lovidicus' Complete Guide to High Rock: Wherein the most inclusive of topics are covered, with a treatise on the rare creatures of the land, a discourse on deadly diseases, a brief history of the royal families, making the best of waking up naked in jail, and when to tip the temple prostitutes. The fourth story set in the Twist of Fate universe, this fic is based off of the game Daggerfall in terms of names/places/settings/magics.
Thousands of thank yous to Raven Studios for jumping on board as my Beta! Just like her namesake, she's a sharp-eyed huntress, searching out wayward prose and snatching up errant grammar. Go read her stuff - she's quite the master of fabulous first person fics!
What Should Never Be: An idea born from a joke in Twist of Fate. It’s truly wrong, and to me utterly hilarious. Don’t read it. It burns.
An Unforgettable Lesson: A dark, twisted one shot, heavily based on Twist of Fate.
The Silken Sweetness of Shifting Sands: I place the blame for this story entirely on the collective shoulders of Amaduan and Adrian. It's set years before Twist of Fate begins, features yuri, and takes place in Elsweyr. It also carries an M-rating.
Some Other Benefits of Hiding: If What Should Never Be burnt your mind, then you'll want to stay far, far away from this story. It's a sort of Meh Ayleidon tribute. Sort of. It was written months ago, probably around the time JawsOfOblivion posted chapter 10.
If you look closely, you'll notice her working through the issues she got from reading it in the later chapters of her story. Who knew horrific mind scarring imagery could result in so much creativity?
A Subtle Song: An incredibly lore heavy one shot starring the King of Worms. The quotes at the top are from Elders Scrolls books. The theory isn't canon, but the sources are. If you'd like to read more about the Dragon Break, Mannimarco, the Psijics, the Nerevarine, the Mantella, or anything else I'd highly recommend you check out the Imperial Library.
Some books I drew lore from include: The Song of Pelinal, Nerevar at Red Mountain, The Five Songs of King Wulfharth, The 36 Lessons of Vivec, Where Where You When the Dragon Broke?, Varieties of Faith in the Empire, the 2920 series, Mannimarco, King of Worms, Arcturian Heresy, as well as the storylines of Arena, Daggerfall, and Morrowind.
Paradox: An exploration of contradictions set on the Isle of Arteum. I'm sure the Psijics are not amused.
Safe: An experiment with first person perspective. It's very dark and most likely disturbing. A personal favourite.
Clean Hands and Dirty Work: A random bit of Fallout 3 fluff. Well, perhaps not the regular kind of fluff - more like radioactive, twisted, deadly fluff.
Later Never Comes: A Fallout 3 tale in which the main quest is like a signpost...in the distance...being used for target practice. A rather dark foray into the world of first person perspective and the liberal use of cuss words.