Author has written 33 stories for Kingdom Hearts, Command & Conquer, Warhammer, League of Legends, Namesake, Legend of Korra, and BioShock.
I've written a lot, and most of it is bad. Here's a showcase of some decent stories I've made.
League of Legends
Loco Buri begins before the League and focuses on Garen and Katarina. It's about love, self-loathing, and war. Review: "I am enjoying this, especially since you update quite regularly." Also: You depicted their joining bluntly beautifully, it was perfect for Garen and Katarina. Seriously well done: it was brilliant."
Slowly Rotting Hearts takes place post-KH2 and focuses on Sora's interactions with Master Xehanort. It was written before the release of BBS, deviates greatly from canon, and therefore ends incomplete. Characters remain in-character. It has death.
Minus the Wind is a write up of the infamous BBS ending scene. It was written pre-release and has received most of its praise post-release, including: "I always come back to read this from time to time" and " "I wish it really had gone this way." It has death.
Dark Impulses chronicles Terra's Dark Impulses during BBS. All dialogue is taken from canon, but context is added which weaves an entirely different story and which redeems Terra. Three separate reviewers claimed to have cried upon reading it.
Gotcha takes place pre-BBS and centers on an Aqua/Vanitas relationship-through-combat. Review: "Reading fight scenes usually kind of bores me to be honest but I really got into that one." Also: "I love how you're writing Aqua so...human."
Command & Conquer
Parker's War is a oneshot about a Rifleman squad with an attached engineer tasked with capturing a tib-spike. It's pretty bad.
Amaranth is about a team of Kasrkin in a counter-sniper drill who discuss ancient Cadian wive's-tales, talk smack, and hopefully catch a sniper. Review: "I love the simple, mysterious, history-laden atmosphere you created. Fantastic!"
Battle For Macragge is a KH/Warhammer 40k crossover. Sora and friends discover a magical board game, which they decide must be similar to the magical Winnie the Pooh books. Only after entering do their friends discover that the game has been corrupted by the Heartless and Chaos. The only way for the game to end is for the violence to escalate by adding more players and more armies. Eldritch hilarity ensues. Review: "Good characters, interesting interactions, and a bit of grim humor." Also: "Hell yeah! Teach those little Disney faggots what the future's like!"
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