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4 December 2011, 10:41 PM
What the hell is a glaive? Order of the Stick and Sailor Moon agree it's a sort of polearm, Okami says it's a sword, I've heard it's supposed to be some sort of bladed throwing disc...
Kid from the Sky is permanently removed from the internet due to personal dissatisfaction about where the story was going. Should I choose to bring it back up, it will be in a completely revised edition.
I'm really wondering why 2001 is such a weird year for fanfiction. A bunch of good writers fell off the face of the earth with their stories half-completed, and beyond that, most of it was 10,000 words a chapter, updated either all at once or once daily. 2007 also seems like an odd year.
I tend not to put reviews. It's a personal thing, but by the time I actually finish reading a story, I usually have forgotten about points I might have wanted to bring up. And I always read as far as I can before doing things like reviews or putting stuff in my favorites. Stuff I like go into my bookmarks. Stuff I really like get an entry into favorites.
There's also a few projects that keep popping into my head whenever I try to start writing. I may decide to post some of them here.
BIT.TRIP COMPLETE - awesome, or awesome? You decide.
Remember, kids; "Canon" means "Original Source" in fanfic speak. "Cannon" is something you shoot cannonballs with. (Well, unless you're talking about a cannon of canon, which is something else entirely. Imagine my surprise when I trawled the TVTropes article on the above and found that out.)
'Till next we meet again, may the path you walk be curved and long. God knows a straight and narrow path is way too boring.
And since you're reading this, I might as well indulge and present some of those projects - story ideas. Feel free to use these, (just tell me first so I can see what you do with them).
Bonus: What if...?
Minor disclaimer: Unless explicitly noted, all ideas posted here are from my own head - any resemblance to any already posted idea is completely coincidental.
What if 33: Songs may be power, but sometimes power comes to those who can't hold a tune in a bucket.
What if 35: Nodoka, on her first trip to the Tendo Dojo, notices something interesting about "Ranko." Hey, what are you doing with that hexagonal thing? Where the hell are you trying to stick that crystal!
What if 60a: Neptune falls onto the original game's Noire instead of the Ultradimenion Noire when Rei shoves her into the portal. Right in front of the other Neptune... Oh boy. Twin Neppermints.
What if 62: A young-ish apothecary is summoned as a familiar. Then again, since said apothecary can make weapons the equivalent of supernovae, it might not be all that bad... can it?
What if 66: Nepgear takes the whole incident with the Ultradimension Vert a little bit too seriously. Seriously enough that even afterward, she's still convinced that Vert's her new big sister.
What if 67: Neptune lands on Plutia instead of Noire, and accidentally gives her a bit of personality displacement. Oh cheese sticks, Sadie's in control untransformed now?!
What if 80: It's a typical day in the Hyperdimension... except the Candidates are now the CPUs and vice versa.
What if 82: Louise learns that the Familiar Summoning Ritual has no regard for such fragile boundaries like time or relations - as she is summoned by herself.
What if 83: Harry comes across an interesting tome during his youth - a book known as the Wizard's Companion.
What if 92: Ranma has a bad day. With a portal leading to a world called Aterra, it's about to get much, much worse.
What if 95: Nepgear gets a little too into her technology hobby, and becomes the first cyborg CPU. Unsurprisingly, it ends up snowballing into trying to take over Gamindustri. Can Uni defeat her and bring back peace?
What if 99: A mysterious kanmusu appears on the dawn of Operation MI. Bearing weapons surpassing even the strongest destroyers, with craft carriers could only hope to use, and a message - a message from Mirai.
What if 100: A young man not only obtains the power of the Gamer, but he also gains the power to see just how far his relationships take him...