Author has written 8 stories for Naruto, Mass Effect, X-overs, RWBY, Arrow, Assassin's Creed, and Fate/stay night.
Hey The Inner Hollow here,
Figured I should update this thing.
So let's see...
I'm male, live in Australia and am currently at University.
Writing is something that is extremely cathartic for me, a way for me to me to unwind, no matter what the world throws at me. However I often get my insights of brilliant ideas at the worst of times and I'll find myself up at two in the morning writing them down, or I'll have forgotten them by the morning.
I spend whatever time I have between writing and uni assignments, either at work, gaming, playing sport or catching up with mates.
That and watching whatever new tv show or anime I've found.
White Knight is currently shaping up to be a very big adventure, bigger than anything I've attempted thus far.
I've got quite a few twists and turns to throw your way so watch out for those!
My Top 10 favorite Anime/Cartoons/Animated works?
Okay in no Particular order:
Code Geass: Ah, Code Geass, the only place where one can Batman Gambit one's Batman Gambit with another Batman Gambit. Not forgetting about the kick-ass knightmares of course
The Fate Universe (Fate/Zero, Unlimited Blade Works): This series has such beautiful fight scenes as well as deep three dimensional characters. Plus it also has Unlimited Blade Works which is one of the most awesome powers to ever grace the world of fiction.
Gurren Lagann: "Screw your logic, I'm AWESOME!' the anime.
RWBY - Kick-ass weapons, characters based off myth and legend and on top of all that Monty Oum? Recipe for epicness right there
Red Vs Blue - A brilliant mix of comedy, crazy fight scenes, and unexpectedly deep back story.
Kill La Kill - A show with a plethora of crazy awesome characters, with fight scenes that are beyond ridiculous. Then again it's what you'd expect since it's made by the guys who did Gurren Lagann
Cowboy Bebop - A true classic that cannot be missed, a brilliant anime.
Dragon Ball Z - The one that started it all, the first anime I ever got into, watching it every morning on tv before school is one of my most prevalent memories.
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. : A tale of war and deception, of greed and sacrifice, of trying to play God, and the consequences for one's actions. Another brilliant show.
Trigun: Vash the Stampede, one of my all time favorite heroes, a man that sticks by his principles and his word, even when things get tough.