Author has written 6 stories for Avatar, Bleach, and Mass Effect.
Yep. So, thanks to, most likely, having nothing better to do you are now staring at my user profile on Fanfiction.net. Congratulations.
Since you're probably expecting to read something about, well, me here, I suppose I can put down some information about myself and what I'm working on, though I do want it noted that this seems like a large amount of effort on my part to minimal on yours.
I'm twenty seven years old, from and currently living in the state of Wisconsin. I waffle between pragmatic agnosticism and outright atheism, and tend to view things cynically and pessimistically. As most people who know me will tell you, I'm calm and quiet to the point of usually being overlooked in most situations, which suits me just fine. Thanks to having more than a few teachers in my family, I have a deep rooted interest in history, particularly of the military variety (Particularly of the obscure and largely useless types, I can still identify the main batteries of most, if not all, battleships of the second world war age).
My abiding love of science fiction began when my father bought me a copy of Wedge's Gambit, the second book in the X-Wing series, and I was forever hooked, going so far as to create my own little universe and language while in grade school, a universe I am still expanding upon in the hopes of on day writing full sized tales for it.
Currently I work as an a glorified software consultant, but hope to eventually become a writer or a video game programmer (the latter of which is actually what my degree is in).
I also have an account on "Archive of Our Own", with roughly the same user name. Copies of my stories can be found there, including more explicit versions of the Another Realm series.
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What I like to read: Anything that's well written that catches my eye really.. in terms of published stories, that currently means the Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, and Destroymen by Taylor Anderson. Waiting for the next ones in either of those series is always painful because I want them the moment I finish the latest one.
As far as fan-fiction goes.. my taste is a bit eclectic. The first criteria is that is has to be well written, and despite my own occasional grammar failings, has to be reasonably well done in that regard. Usually I find new stories on TV-Tropes when I elect to dive into a new universe, although since I've hit most of those I've gone back to the old stand-by of looking up pairings or scenarios that I like. I suppose my biggest road block is that I like it to be believable and relatable to canon. OOC, even sometimes minor bits of it, can be a huge turn off.
The Semper Trilogy
Semper Victoria, and Semper Furor (Finished) Recommended by TvTropes*
My first fanfiction story, and one that I am quite proud of. It was, funnily enough, both born and written quickly. The first chapter was posted the day it was written, and the same for the last, a pace of writing I have since tried to recapture without success.
It began when I was watching Avatar, shortly after the special edition came out, and reading Avatar fanfiction. I will not lie, I'm not the largest fan of much of the other works that take place in James Cameron's universe, with almost all of it being pro-Na'vi, and the majority of what little pro-human fanfiction typically resulting in curb-stomps (to note, this is realistic, but i find it to be rather boring reading).
My hope was to create a story from a more pro-human perspective, but one that did not portray the Na'vi as truly evil, nor humanity as being powerful beyond measure, and I like to think that I did a half-way decent job with it. I was also, I must say, both flattered and blown away by the continuous and largely positive responses that I earned during the review process, and I must send out special thanks to Khaos974 for placing the first two stories of the Semper universe onto the TvTropes recommends website (), and to LadyGeekGirl for praising my work on her blog ( ).
Semper Furor, the sequel to Victoria, now finally finished after some years, was difficult. It was born largely out of my belief that my readers expected a sequel, and began at a steady enough pace. Unfortunately, several events conspired against me here. Firstly, the outline for Furor grew massively in scope, and had I finished the story according to it, it would have been a monster in the 300k word range, with a prelude arc, a major arc, and no fewer than three minor arcs.
As everyone who followed through the process knows, I rather botched it, thanks in part to getting a programming job, which demands far more of my time and energy than the cashier supervisor role that I held while writing Victoria. Eventually, and with significant input from my reviewers, I cut Furor off after the first arc, leaving it as a stand-alone story. The original major arc from Furor, with all of the minor arcs that began to clutter up Furor removed, will now be the story Semper Vitae.
Semper Vitae (On hiatus)
Summary: Six months after the Battle of the Riverbed, the lives of those involved have yet to return to normal. Within Tartarus, the debate rages as to the fate of the young rebels still held prisoner, and worried eyes begin to turn to the south, were rumors and tales of gathering tribes have begun to grow. Nearby, an exhausted and weary Jake and Neytiri are doing all they can to keep their people together, and must balance their grief of the past with fear for the future.
Currently on long-term hiatus due to lack of motivation. Perhaps when Avatar 2 comes out I will be inspired to resume.
Stories: Mass Effect
Another Realm - Series
Hopefully the first of a self-insertion series into the Mass Effect universe. This largely began as a private effort to improve my ability to write in the first person without having to worry about universe creation, but I liked it enough to start posting the chapters here. As so many do, have to credit Mass Vexations and Masses to Masses for inspiring the idea and giving me a rough idea of how to start this out.
Tried to shake it up a little bit with the protagonist arriving on Illium several years before the first game, and also not being the person 'chosen' to join Shepard and her crew. That isn't to say that the Normandy won't become involved in the story, but that things will get.. complicated as the story progresses. Right now projects have this series running as long as six separate stories, each with two to three arcs within them. I'm contemplating on ways to cut that down, but right now it's likely that this is going to be a long haul.
Another Realm: Arrival (In Progress)
Summary: So, I've woken up with a pounding migraine and a million questions, and no answers are in sight. The best I can do is learn to survive as I try to get ready for the invasion that I know is coming. But like everybody knows, Illium is not a safe planet. When all I've got for friends are a jaded mechanic, a bitter matriarch, and a Batarian exile, even survival can prove to be hard.
Currently on track for a thirty-six chapter story, split into three arcs.
For those of you looking for the explicit version, please see the copy on An Archive of Our Own. I will note in my author's section at the end of each chapter if explicit material was cut from that chapter.
Another Realm: Terminus (Planned)
A Hollow Duel (Finished)
A one-shot of a sparring duel between Ichigo and Shinji, because I don't think that Shinji gets the screen-time that he deserves.
The Realm Wars (On Hiatus)
In this tale, set in the universe of Bleach, the afterlife is three separate cities, rather than a single one. The cannon universe of the Seireitei watches over Asia and Oceania, Tamoanchan governs the American continents, and Atlantis protects Europe and Africa. Each has it's own warriors and governments, in theory loyal to the spirit king. However, the Quincy Wars two centuries prior shattered their unity. Atlantis, believing itself betrayed by their comrades, withdrew into itself, rejecting the order created by the Spirit King. Now, assembled into Legions, they have joined with Aizen, seeking to overthrow those who wronged them.
Currently on hiatus, leaning towards abandoned: lack of reader interest.
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