Author has written 64 stories for Warcraft, Ben 10, Naruto, Legacy of Kain, Angel, StarCraft, Inuyasha, iCarly, Transformers/Beast Wars, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Malcolm in the Middle, Harry Potter, Bleach, Star Wars, Suite Life series, Hey Arnold, Code Lyoko, Death Note, Pokémon, Fullmetal Alchemist, Secret Saturdays, Girl Meets World, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, and A song of Ice and Fire.
Welcome to my revamped profile and to start with here’s a list of some of my favorites in alphabetical order.
Favorites Anime/Manga: Bleach, Code Geass, Dragonball/Z/GT/, Fullmetal Alchemist/Brotherhood, Naruto, Yu Yu Hakusho.
Favorite Video Game Series: Diablo, Hearthstone, Legacy of Kain, Mass Effect, Starcraft, Warcraft.
Favorite Books: Harry Potter, Warcraft Novels
Favorite Movies: Batman: The Dark Knight, Harry Potter, The Hobbit Trilogoy, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars
Favorite TV Shows: Angel, Aqua Teen Hunger Force(All), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Castle, Doctor Who, NCIS/Los Angeles/New Orleans, Pawn Stars, Supernatural
When it comes down to it I read stories because the summary managed to grab my attention and made me curious enough to read it. Though I continue to read the chaptered story or one-shot based on the path it takes from start to finish. So if it continues along a path I enjoy and make sense for the story I’ll continue with it and depending on how much I liked it I would add to my favorite/alert lists.
With that said I’ve found that my tastes for certain stories or even fandoms can come and go when I do my own spring cleaning with my favorites and alert lists. This spring cleaning is where I begin to reread every story within my favorite/alerts list to determine that the story is something that I would still be inclined to follow or keep on my favorite lists. I’ve noticed that there are times in which a story I’ve removed does end up back on my favorite lists, it ultimately depends on my current feelings for the story/one-shot in question.
Meanwhile I only write when I feel the urge do, which is usually occurs after I get an idea for a story or one-shot (mainly one-shot) and create it from top to bottom. However there are times when I get an idea but I ultimately decide not to pursue it for a variety of reasons. For example I’ve had a reoccurring idea where a character in Slytherin (Canon/OC/Cross over Character placed there) causes a revolution within the house to break it from the yoke of Voldemort and/or Snape and each time the idea becomes a retelling of the Darkspear Rebellion-True Horde (Hellscream Loyalists) conflict that happened to the Horde during the late stages of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria.
Future Story Ideas
Perspective Revised (iCarly): A retelling of perspective without the Uchiha concepts from Naruto so the only things it would share with the original perspective would be the character's actions in Truth.
40 Seconds (Death Note): A story detailing what each character was thinking as death claimed them.
The Burning Sky (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!): The fire will not be contained and the seal placed upon Tsunayoshi Sawada breaks when he’s seven.
Code Scarecrow (Code Lyoko/Doctor Who crossover): The Doctor discovers unusual readings at Kadic, while Ulrich becomes more curious and aware of the growing number of sinister scarecrows that Kadic is housing. Can the Doctor and Ulrich figure out what is going on or will darkness be fall Kadic.
Untitled Project (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!/Naruto crossover): Ever since the sealing of his flames Tsunayoshi Sawada has been plagued by memories of another life and the life of a shinobi was never meant to be experienced by civilians. In which Obito Uchiha is reborn as Tsuna and Tsuna is forever changed by witnessing the cruelty of shinobi life.
The Death Note Goes To (Death Note/Other Crossover): When the Death Note falls to Earth it's not picked up Light Yagami instead it's picked up by someone else. Basically a series of where different characters from other react to having the death note, this concept did ultimately create my one-shot "A Little Black Book."
Male Protagonist being born female – From what I understand this concept has become popular and I have to say that I’m of mixed opinion on it. One hand it is an interesting concept and I’ve seen authors who’ve done great with it. One the hand the vast majority of stories that I’ve read using this concept seem to do it in order pair two character together without the author having to write boy/boy. As such I’m somewhat wary of the concept but if the summary if intriguing enough I’m willing to see if the story in question is my cup of tea.
Self-Inserts: I honesty just don't get it and find it weird. It doesn't help that the few I've tried to read didn't hold my interest or keep my attention focused on it. Well to each his/her own.
Betrayal Stories – These types of stories are one of the few that I actually avoid reading, regardless of any curiosity the summary might generate. The Naruto ones I read years ago went beyond my suspicious of belief to take the concept seriously enough and the few I was curious enough to try reading were just blatant character assassination (there is something fundamentally wrong about Brock being an evil dick to Ash).
Manipulative Evil Dumbledore – I understand why it’s popular and have enjoyed a few stories with this element myself. My own personal opinion on Dumbledore is that he is someone who is so focused on the big picture that he completely loses sight on everything else and relies on too much on luck. In truth I just can't see him actually having the thought process to actually do something evil himself. Have evil shit happen through his inaction/actions...yes. Intentionally doing evil shit...no.
Bashing and Sainting Characters – To be clear when I talk about bashing I’m not talking about when someone uses canonically elementals to bring a character down a peg or two. I’m talking about when someone just straight up destroys a character by amplifying their negative qualities and in some cases said character seems to just exist to experience humiliation conga after humiliation conga. Due to this I’ve come to find the extreme bashing that goes around to be rather unhealthy because it honestly seems that some authors are venting out their real-life hatred for people who don’t technical exist.
With that said I’ve come to realize that people have their own definition of what bashing is, as I’ve noticed in a few stories where the authors warn that their bashing a certain character but I don’t personally see it as bashing. As such I tend to judge if a story I’m about to read will have what I consider bashing based on the character in question and the summary.
Now on the flip side of bashing is the sainting of characters in which they are made to just be perfect and could do nothing wrong. It's annoying because characters have flaws and them overcoming them makes for a great story. At the same time it could also make them always right, even when they have done somewhat wrong or are just clearly in the wrong from a normal stand point but the authors makes them right for reasons that don't make sense. They will also blatantly ignore or pretend that the more dick moments of these characters never occurred. This can be blatantly seen in which those who saint Hermione never acknowledge that she basically felt to need to tell Harry that she was right about not trusting the "Half-Blood Prince" book information right after he had just seen Dumbledore die.
"Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain something of equal value must be lost."
"Destroy everything... Destroy everything that hurts you... Give your heart to me... I will save you from the pain."
"When you become a vampire the demon takes your body, but it doesn't get your soul. That's gone. No conscience, no remorse... It's an easy way to live. You have no idea what it's like to have done the things I've done... and to care."
"History abhors a paradox."
“One should never let an evil continue out of respect for a good when that good can easily be overwhelmed by that evil.”
"A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it."
"People live their lives bound by what they accept as correct and true. That's how they define "reality". But what does it mean to be "correct" or "true?" Merely vague concepts... their "reality" may all be a mirage. Can we consider them to simply be living in their own world, shaped by their beliefs?"
"Knowledge and awareness are vague, and perhaps better called illusions. Everyone lives within their own subjective interpretation..."
"Well spoken, Concubine of the Zerg. But though we strike at you from the shadows, do not think that we lack the courage to stand in the light."
"Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much."
"Those who fear the darkness have never seen what the light can do."
"If the king doesn't lead, how can he expect his subordinates to follow?"
"The only ones who should kill are those who are prepared to be killed!"
"Reason exists for those who cannot go on living without clinging to it. Now let's go... to the edge of reason."
"You indeed have the power to fight. However, they do not."