Author has written 20 stories for Higurashi/Umineko series, How to Train Your Dragon, Degrassi, Teen Titans, Attack on Titan/進撃の巨人, Last of Us, and Life is Strange.
Reconstructed Profile: February_2014_ADE
Shadokin /SHädōkin/ n. title of the genderless writer of this profile page.
"Writing is a form of personal freedom. It frees us from the mass identity we see in the making all around us. In the end, writers will write not to be outlaw heroes of some underculture but mainly to save themselves, to survive as individuals." — Don DeLillo
Pronouns are they/them/their (or) he/him/his
I'm one of those struggles-to-post-and-update authors. Opps. I also tend to write things that may or may not have a set direction. Most of my work tends to be posted on my Ao3 account (same username).
Most of what I've posted are oneshots. I do hope that'll change in the future, as I had a two different longer stories in the works (one for Teen Titans, and one for Mass Effect). Time will tell if I ever get around to finishing/positing them. However, I do not do schedules for story updates. This is something I've attempted in the past, but all this does is work as a trigger for my anxiety, I rush my what I'm doing, and end up retreating from writing world for an extended period. As such, I make no promises with updates for stories with more than one chapter.
/note_1/ I have removed a few stories in the past, the reason being that they were incomplete and I had no plans to complete them (or) I didn't like them enough to leave them on for the world to read.
random-tidbit; TerRaven from Teen Titans is my favorite pairing of any two characters from any fandom. Romantic or platonic, there is just so much untapped potential there. Here's to hoping I do something about that at some point in my lifetime.
[NOTICE] I allow guests to leave reviews, but if I get stupid things like (actual review I've received): Blark, it was horrible [spoilers for fic] next time think before you write, that review will be deleted. Think before you hit that send button.
some goals for fic: