Author has written 20 stories for F.E.A.R., Manhunt, Pokémon, Saw, and Ninja Gaiden.
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Crystal Falls (Chapter 4, 18th April)
Crouching Malice: A Ninja encounters a little girl hellbent on vengeance against her own family, and suddenly finds himself embroiled in the family crisis with darker consequences than he could ever have imagined.
Playground: Inhabited by Blacklight (also known as the Blacklight Virus) as a result of a science lab accident a few years previously, The Prototype, a moody Pachirisu has been gifted with extraordinary (and violent) super powers and 'parkour' abilities. Now seen in Goldenrod City, the population should expect more than an inkling of trouble, especially as he will not be the only cause for concern...
Rated M for frequent strong bloody violence and gore and strong language, twice very strong.
Rainbow Heights: Pikachu Little and his family are on holiday in Rainbow Heights, Maine, USA. However, it is not the holiday of their dreams as they thought it would be and it soon turns into a hellish nightmare, when they begin to see the ghosts of the town's dark past.
Crouching Malice (rewrite): Look at the description for the completed version.
Modus Operandi: This features a unique black furred vigilante Floatzel by the pseudonym The Hunter as he tracks down criminals and killers after being contracted. He is on a cruise ship to Sunshine Island off the coast of Sinnoh and once there, takes on a particularly pestering gang before becoming embroiled in a political war over the island's government sectors disagreeing at a severe magnitude.
Playground 2: Swings and Roundabouts: The Prototype and his mate, The Dark Clone are trapped in the quarantined Goldenrod City and their primary objective? To escape what has effectively become an oversized post apocalyptic zoo exhibit. BlackWatch try to contain the growing infection and GENTEK themselves are showing an increased interest in recapturing the hooded Pachirisu and by extent, The Dark Clone herself, presumably for their latest sinister plans.
Crystal Falls: Clear Raven is a female Pikachu who once lost everything she had and clawed her way back into a stable future. Now, the crude but lovable lass is the lead vocalist for a trance metal band known as StarScape and along with that came much acclaim within the metal industry. This documents one of the most harrowing trips of her band's lives. After a successful concert in Castelia City while on tour in the Unova region, StarScape embark on their next destination, Nimbasa City. Before they get there however, their tour bus crashes in the middle of a large forest. With the driver dead and their phones not working, the seven of them trudge through the forest. They find a beautiful remote town named Crystal Falls desperate for shelter and to call home, but the town itself is not nearly as innocent as it seems...
Sadness: A ruthless masked assassin plies his trade in his industrial hometown, partly overrun by a contagious plague. He is homeless but is known for taking
Woe: A female Lucario who happens to be one child in a rich and successful banking family is an expert assassin, wielding her Hidden Blades, Poison Blade and Hidden Pistol to devastating effect when she needs to. She is noble in her assassin role, but is also ruthless when she needs to be. This charts one particular mission when she is sexually taken advantage of by a gang and sets off to take bloody revenge on them (will crossover with Sadness at certain points).
Playground: Origins: As the title suggests this is a prequel to The Prototype's original Playground story, chronicling the events of the hyper violent yet misunderstood Pachirisu from the point that he became infected, up to the point where he meets the love of his life. Being hunted by Blackwatch will be something the formerly innocent, quiet Pachirisu will just have to get used to, and that he will have to get used to carnage and spilling blood long into his future life.
Echo: Stepping into the life of a vigilante/superhero can be very difficult. Inspired by Batman and wearing his own take on the famous comic hero's costume, the playboy Emolga is a sweet talker and businessman during the day and dark vigilante Murcielago by night. He is known for his genius intellect (as Batman is) in his ongoing quest to stop the villainy in his coastal city, Ciudad Porcelana.
Pantophobia: Centering on the life of one of Murcielago's villains, this delves into the surprisingly emotional life of The Black Plague. A female Umbreon who wears a plague doctor style mask and blackened outfit, she is sure she does what she does to keep herself and her younger brother nourished. She is considered a menace to society with her infamous fear gas, a concoction that allows her to manipulate her chosen victim's worst nightmares in frighteningly real circumstances. Her younger brother suffers from Puer Aeternus (Peter Pan Syndrome) and so therefore has to look after him like a mother. She protects him from the city's other villains, as well as from her own villainous lifestyle in order to preserve the one area of innocence left in her life.
Pearly Gates: A new adventure featuring Kek Kemosiri. The former heinous serial killer has found a purpose in life. Mentally scarred by his former life in a clan that mostly disliked him, as well as realising that butchering his family and others has given him so much infamy, he sets out to restore himself among the morales of others. While still a brutal slayer, he is determined to right himself to be fit for purpose in every day civilisation as a mercenary for hire. He realises the business may be slow at first, but his ultimate goal remains to restore the village in which he was born.
Returning From Purgatory: Following the return of Payton Liddle (known more famously by his childhood role in the Pichu Brothers TV series), he greets his shocked children (Kenji and Akira) at their famous volcano home. With the family unit mostly completed, they will all try their hardest to make up for lost time, bonding the family closer together than ever and instill friendships once again with the local community.
Playground: Nexus: Charting the present day life of the infamous hooded Pachirisu known as The Prototype, he is settled in as a loving and caring family man with a well paid job at a highly respected weapons corporation. Living by the beach, it almost feels like all the hardships of his past have been worth it to ensure the lives of his wife and infant daughter are as comfortable as can be. However, he begins to see visions of his past catching up with him again, and maybe this is a sign that his former employers at GENTEK and their hired military black ops outfit Blackwatch, are planning to shatter his world once again to force him back into obscurity. Meanwhile, the city's vigilante/superhero known as Murcielago struggles with his own modus operandi of swearing never to kill a redeemable criminal, having to take out an uprising of thugs on an almost daily basis. However when he discovers that Blackwatch have rolled into town, he may just have to rethink his stance and realise that not everybody's lives are worth saving.
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