Author has written 14 stories for Pokémon, and Animal Crossing.
Hello! I am at an age of 20. I may sound complicated to some people, but hey, who doesn't sound complicated. (Name a simple person to shut me up.) I like to review great stories, so thanks!
I really, really despise people who whine. I just don't like the way they beg for me to do things and cry when I don't do them. I'm sure I'm not the only one...
I'm getting a little bolder. I might start writing M-rated stories of my own, but only on my own terms. Remember: I never committed myself to any one branch, and I can handle anything the Internet can throw at me. Unlike most people, I still see things the same way as before. My brain produces bleach, which means I can unsee things at will. >:D (Obviously, I don't mean that literally.)
I may make another account for them, seeing as it falls to me to make my ideas appear.
"F-- me?! F-- you!! In fact, everyone has!!" Salvatore (Liberty City Stories)
"(Accident happens because Steve knocked someone into an object) Look what you did." Steve Urkel (Family Matters)
"Watch where you're going, you fool!" Chinese(Japanese?) guy (Courage the Cowardly Dog)
"That's why the ladies love me!"Mung Daal (Chowder)
"Don't make me get the shovel!"George Lopez (George Lopez)
"That's it! I'm gettin' me mallet!"Eustace (Courage the Cowardly Dog)
"You know what separates the winners from the whiners? Results. And I get'em."Carpaccio (Wario: Master of Disguise)
"You'll be feeling the back of my hand if you don't start talking!"Wario (Wario: Master of Disguise)
"You five kinds of nuts?!" Wario again. (Wario:MoD)
"You told me to die, am I right? How about you do the world a favor and you take your own damn advice, hmm?" anonymous Youtuber.
"Who needs you to step aside? I'll just push you down!"Wario (Wario:MoD)
"I'm one smart cookie, the best that smacks rookies." -Shane McMahon's titration
"Victory is mine!" -Stewie (Family Guy)
"A challenge, is it?" -Luxord (Kingdom Hearts 2)
"Do I bear a resemblence to someone who's got all day?" -Chef (Total Drama Island)
"Stop grilling me you bastard!" -Fez (That 70's Show)
"The days of reckoning are upon us, half-naked Ed Boys. It is here that we shall be mercilessly judged..." -Rolf (Ed, Edd n' Eddy)
"I'd better get my cliches ready." -George Lopez (George Lopez)
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder." -Don't know.
"The public is very fickle." -Ferb (Phineas and Ferb)
"Of course, I don't mean that in a bad way." -myself
"I'm not someone who likes to beg, because beggars can't be choosers." -myself
"All it takes are a few kind words to save someone from the abyss of sadness." -myself
OBITUARY FOR THE LATE MR. COMMON SENSE
Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense,who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why the early bird gets the worm; Life isn't always fair; and Maybe it was my fault.
Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge). His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6 year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.
Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children. It declined even further when schools were required to get Parental consent to administer Calpol, sun lotion, or a band-aid to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.
Common Sense lost the will to live as the Ten Commandments became contraband; churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.
Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.
Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.
Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust; his wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; and his son, Reason.
He is survived by his 3 stepbrothers; I Know My Rights, Someone Else Is To Blame, and I'm A Victim. Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone. If you still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.
Take your time and see if you can read each line aloud without a mistake. The average person can't.
this is this cat
Now go back and read the THIRD word in each line from the top down and I bet you can't resist passing it on.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Those "Ask (Character)!" Fics are against site rules. Please do not post them.
GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL FANFICTION FOR THE SUPER SMASH BROS. SECTION. (This could work for some others as well...)
Hello. Thank you for being a stalker by entering to see my guide without my permission.
...Of course I was joking. We're all stalkers in here, after all.
Anyway, welcome to this special section. Why did I create this section? This section was created for the purpose to guide you, newcomer, to a (insert title here). Lately, the Smash Bros. section has been filling up with fics that don't make any sense.
In order to succeed, an author must use spelling, grammar, and the fic itself. (Microsoft Word or OpenOffice make the first 2 very easy).
So, what is important for you to succeed?
It is pretty obvious.
YOUR IDEAS AND FIC ITSELF.
What's your job as a dedicated author? Your job is to entertain many people with your ideas. Your first fanfiction could show them the originality of your mind...or you could show them how ridiculous/absurd/stupid/dork/idiot you actually are without noticing by yourself. And no, I'm not saying I'm the best author there is. I have unfortunately been victim of this as well in the past until I learned from my mistakes and became more efficient in my fictions. So what did I do? Make this so you don't ridiculize yourself.
Sounds pretty understandable, right?
But you're asking to yourself how you can evade complete unpopularity.
Well, please scroll down and you shall see the rules to make a good fic. To make it funny, I've made the titles relate to the characters of SSBB.
Note: T = Translation.
The rules that you must always think about are:
1. Sheik and Edge (Final Fantasy IV) Shuld Be Tugethar.
T: Fanboism is the first thing authors make. Normally this will always end with the first fanfiction being a complete piece of crap when the author realizes what he or she just made by comparing it to some more complicated stories. Always avoid this when you can.
2. R.O.B. Is An Original Character. Why Is It In SSBB?
T: The writer always wants to make their own OC (Original/Own Character) live with the main characters. However, authors should be always descriptive and make their OC original before the same abbreviation sturns into "Own Crap."
3. Meta Knight Is Gary Sue (AKA Overpowered).
T: Writers often go as far as not letting their OC suffer pain/defeat/death/emoishness/whatever except the main characters. This often tells the author's OC is far superior than anybody in there. Be careful if you don't want to make a Mary Sue (if the OC is a girl) or Gary Sue (OC being a boy). Every writer should always avoid doing this mistake.
Also, this goes for the main characters as well. For crying out loud, let Wolf mess up in something.
4. Tabuu Just Came Out Of Nowhere!
T: Whatever your crazy mind lets you think, DON'T create original bosses. Most people fail to realize their bosses are absurd, and no one has ever made a boss so successful. Do this if you want, though. But it's likely you're going to fail if you don't put EVERYTHING in your mind into.
5. Is Fox Cool, Serious, Or Shy? (Answer: All Of Them If You Didn't Goggle Him Up).
T: For those authors who don't have nothing better to do and create profiles for all the main characters (like sucky me), please, PLEASE maintain them with their personalities. People often overlook the same characters and commit a true error. There are some people who can't even tell the difference between Mario's and Kirby's personalities at all.
The result? Kirby has an IQ of 100 and knows what Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis actually means, whereas he acts like an infant.
There's one author out there who can't even see the difference between all the main characters saying kids' heroes' lines in every single chapter, making it irritable. What's the difference, you ask? Absolutely NOTHING. (I personally hate those authors who humiliate serious characters like Lucario or Fox without even noticing).
6. Marth Comes From The USA
T: Aw, people changing characters' backtories...how much I hate thee?
Putting that joke aside...actually, it's not a joke. Authors often (and drastically) change characters' backstories to the point they become stupid. You may change them a little, but LITTLE BIT. Always try to make them understandable that "syncs" with their actual background.
An example of this would be to believe that Mario is Russian.
7. Link Is Toon Link's Clone.
T: Writers often get inspired by others' fics that makes them excited to write their story. There's a problem, though. Do your original fiction, not FREAKING PLAGIARIST the other guy's fic. I had this same trouble with a reviewer of mine before. What happened to him? He got a warning by me.
8. Bowser Is So Funny.
T: Listen to this if you want to make a humor fic. I mainly focus on humor, but there are 2 types of humor you should need to recognize:
Absurd Humor: Who cares if Bowser is wearing underwear or not in public?
Good Humor: Logic. Always apply logic in humor as well. Logic works really well in the SSB section. You can always make them ask about the currents events and sometimes do a joke (with LOGIC in it).
9. Naruto SSBB = Pure Win.
T: We all know anime is very popular at its section on the site, but do you really want to put up a fanfiction like that? Video games and anime don't mix well together. You're not mixing anime with video games, you're using anime as an excuse to obtain more reviews. It's every fangirl's dream to have Marth fall in love with Tsukasa/Tsunade/Akira Kogami/Kagome/every single pointless girl in Negima. Only do this if you have run out of ideas.
10. Atomic Betty Meets Falco.
T: True insanity is achieved if you thought SpongeBob pairs up well with Pichu. Combine this with altered character's background and the result is completely and utterly made of crap.
11. Hannah Montana Is Peach's Long Lost Cousin.
T: FORGET THAT SIN YOU JUST THOUGHT UP! You're at a loss if you ever thought video games and real life shows go well together. We all know there's a crossover section, but do you really want to make Samus mix with iCarly? If yes, you've lost all the respect from me (and many).
12. "Swooning Over MarthXIke scene"
T: Your ultimate mission is to evade Yaoi, Yuri, Harem, Slash, (insert sick Japanese definitions here). Yaoi has taken a lot of unnecessary attention in the SSB section lately and it must be stopped at all costs. This is not a trend at all; it's another excuse to get a lot of reviews by people who want to flood the frickin' section with threesomes...between guys.
13. Where Did Landmasters Come From? They Appeared Out Of The Blue (Sky).
T: And now we're talking about the OCs again. You should always focus in only OC and not a public of them so yours gets more attention. Please, only one OC is enough for the readers to know. Always remember the Mary Sue rule in this one, though.
14. Zelda Is Getting Married In February.
T: Aw, character development. This is something that makes a fic go around. You should always focus in the development of every single character in every chapter so there's ACTUAL development between characters. I'm not going to mention, but some authors don't know the words, and they ignore this a lot.
15. Olimar Is Emo.
T: Don't follow trends! Make them!
...Stupid saying aside, don't leave 'less' important characters behind. I'm sure you're not going to find a DK-centric fic in the whole section if your life depended on it. And when I mean DK-centric, I mean the whole fic and not just one chapter that later changed to Marth...and Ike. "Shrugs"
16. Link Wants A Kiss For Luck. "Winks at you"
T: Unless you're sane, don't put stupid and pointless internet memes in your fics. What if you do? You're surely a Yoshi-fan that loves fart sounds. However, it's possible to make the memes look funny...if you REALLY think hard. Only use them if you're making a parody and not an actual serious fic.
17. Mario The Italian Plumber Who Doesn't Fix Pipes Anymore Despite Him Being a Plumber.
T: Don't go too literal with the main characters and make them look more exaggerated. If you do, you're probably portraying your pseudo-hatred towards the character you hate the most, and most people buy that. In other words, don’t make them too out of character (OOC). As a reminder, Sonic is neither Amy's boyfriend or husband whatsoever (no offense done to SonicXAmy fans (and Amy herself)).
However, this rule can be avoided for people who make parodies. Parodies usually have twists in personalities, so they're very fine unless otherwise said.
18. Sonic! No! You Must Turn Into Super Sonic And Keep Going! (Long One).
What is a reviewer? A reviewer is a person who gives criticism to the author for the chapter or story itself. Reviewers are often known to criticize their favorite scenes, character portrayal (if ANY), or their favorite scenes in the plot.
But what does this have to do with the cheesy title I just put up?
It's very obvious.
Replace "Sonic" with "author," and then replace the sentence beginning with "No!" and beyond for "I don't need to be criticized at all. Praise me all the time!" Let me tell you something: you're a disgrace to other authors.
An author is an author if he or she receives good feedback and criticism. There are some authors that think they don't need to be criticized because they know they're good. You probably back that up with a stupid sentence that "relates" with your crazy policy about reviews.
If the reviewer doesn't want to review, then he or she wants to discuss something wrong you did...wrong, but this doesn't mean you're bad. Authors need to be criticized in order to improve their skills in what they write. If the author goes whiny kid to the reviewer, then do us a favor and die with bad grammar and wrong spelling...in hell. Whiner authors don't have a place to be here.
19. Tell The Difference Between Ness And Lucas.
T: Critic and Flame... These 2 words can either make someone feel relieved or scare an author to their spines. However, you don't know the difference between these 2. I'll gladly tell you the huge difference:
Critic: This happens when the reviewer discuss something like the plot and characters (mostly personalities) in depth. Take in mind that authors who receive a good critic are authors with potential.
Flame: "U suck."
See the difference? Critics are more detailed, and flames are as simple as the idiotic sentence up here. You can always report the reviewer for the flame he or she gave to you, or erase it if it is anonymous.
20. Ganondorf Is The Lord Of All...Friendship.
T: In such action where the bad guy is changed to a hero THEN it should mean you're drunk. Most people manage to get away with this and make any villain their nemesis's best friend. I mostly hate this a lot.
However, there's a way to get around it before you make that mistake. You could try to make that villain be with the heroes as long as he or she doesn't get too out OOC.
How to do this? Read ahead:
1) Always keep his or her evil personality.
2) Watch the dialogues you write for him or her.
3) Don't make him or her befriend someone. Villains ALWAYS stay away from heroes. (This also implies the villains don't have comrades. YES, PEOPLE, they have to be alone). HOWEVER, you could make the villain befriend someone through a long (and sometimes stupidly long) period of time, and when that happens, always keep in mind the previous 2 recommendations.
21. Tell Pit How To Fight.
T: Or more commonly known as "Ask Fics." These fics usually ask you to put dares. Usually your mind tells you to ask things the author doesn't even know like why Wario eats garlic all the time. You even go as far as to dare Roy to make out with Ike (see "Swooning Over MarthXIke scene).
There was once a heated discussion with a guy in the Pokémon section (where I participated) where he told the author ask fics were against the rules of the site. Once the debate was finished, the author resumed his ask fics, enraging the reviewer who gave up on him. I'm so sorry to say this, but ask fics are absolutely pointless and a waste of your valuable time. If you want, go ahead and receive absurd thoughts of people who don't have nothing better to do to later force you to make someone like Squirtle suffer something absolutely stupid like take off his shell.
22. Isaac, Shadow, and Krystal shuld hav bin in Bruwl, lulz.
T: The point where fanboism is clear for the SSB section is made clear once you put "Geno" and "is a Smasher" together. No one has ever portrayed them well as a result, and this always ends in failure to meet your spectations. Don't do this mistake if you know the consequences.
23. Popo Liiikes Tho Dans. See ass Phopo dansez with Nanna.
T: Always remember the titles and summaries you write for your fic. People judge newcomers by their titles and summaries. Most stories get ignored if you ever put a misspelled word in the summary or the title itself. Also, don't put worthless things like "I suck at summaries" or "this fic is rated t: IN the summary. We know the rating of the story down below the summary as well. If you suck at summaries, then that space should have been left empty to begin with. Always, ALWAYS give good summaries with good prestige identification.
24. WHAT?! YOU DON'T HEAR ME, YOSHI?! WELL, THAT'S BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE EARS!
T: Why would you make the character yell so much during an adventure/action fic unnecessarily? This is a very crucial point for anyone who does this FOREVER. If the main characters yell too much, then that means they're the stereotypical kids' hero or villain. Always ignore such fics or yell at the author for doing it all the time in your review (irony intended). If you want to make them yell, then do it during fights, complaints that drag on, or when someone suffers pain or sadness (keeping in mind to not overuse mentioned recommended times).
25. And Captain Falcon yells, "FALCON PAWNCH!" (I hate the meme I just wrote here, by the way.)
T: It's typical for you to copy TV's script and change it to sentences for your fic. However, have you ever checked the difference? Most people can't tell how cheesy the line they just published actually is. TV gives emotions, but fanfiction doesn't give them that easily. Explanations should be always used without making them sound wrong. And speaking of explanations...
26. "Lucario Felt All His Limbs, Fingers, Feet, Ears, Chest, Abs (if any (used for humor reasons), Fur, Tail, Frontal Hair, Forehead, Head, Eyes, Mouth, Whatever That Weird Blue Waist He Has, Belt, Wrists, Right Toe, Left Toe, Tongue, Teeth, Soul, Spirit, Aura Numb So Suddenly After Watching Hentai For The First Time Ever In All His 2394 Hours Of Living His Entire Life In The Smash Mansion While The Clock On The Wall Made Echoing Sounds Through His Room And Everything It Could Reach Within A 10 Feet Radius."
T: Since when did we ask for a whole wall text in the story with pointless explanations? Unless you like to be freaking Shakespeare, go poetic with your explanations but you will surely bore the heck out of everyone's mind. You should always balance length of explanations and dialogues. Otherwise, you surely have a lot of time in your hands to waste it all on a wall text to people who will surely fall asleep and hit their foreheads on their keyboards before they drool on the keys and cause a short circuit that later went through the cables and also affected the whole system inside the CPU that later caused a whole chain reaction with all the equipment in their house an-(you get my point now, don't you?)
By the way, since Lucario is being used as a joke here, let's clarify something here that most people think about him.
By any means, the Lucario in SSBB is NOT, ABSOLUTELY NOT the same Lucario from the movie. Why, you ask? Because of the fact that Lucario is inside a freaking green crystal besides his trainer. And please don't argue that it IS the same Lucario. As I've stated before, anime and video games don't mix or even interact with at all. This Lucario here is just as random as the Pikachu, Pichu, Mewtwo, and Jigglypuff, or are you going to say they all come from the anime? I'll tell you what, if that Lucario is really from the anime, then Red (PT of the 3) is DEFINITELY from the anime as well, which is in fact not true at all. Stop letting your fanboism getting in your ideas, please.
Now, Riley and Lucario? Those 2 are alive, and they came from the video game as well. Why not use them instead of the crystalized pair?
27. Jigglypuff Uses Sing! Foe Reader Becomes Asleep!
T: Why the HELL do you want to make a "song fic" thing with the song's script? This always happens when out of nowhere the real world (ours) and SSBB become one. You go fangirl on the fic and make the characters sing one of the overrated Jonas Brothers' songs. These fics ALWAYS fail to attract people with good common sense.
Oh, and the foe reader didn't fall asleep because Jigglypuff used Sing. The reader fell asleep because song fics are boring and a waste of time (admit it as well).
AND THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE OF ALL...
28. Sonic Swimming Is Better Than Final Smashes.
T: TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD FIC AND A STUPID ONE! People often mistake fics as "being the most fabulous fic ever" and they keep telling the author to keep going. Always compare 2 fics with the same genre, and find out which one is the one that has more sense. You're probably overlooking something that you shouldn't have read before. People often encourage novice authors to please the same reviewer. This is extremely bad. Remember that reviewers have the unusual power to convince anyone that their writing is awesome. Please don't do this mistake and help authors out (without your own fanboism getting in the way, that is).
And that's all you need to know to make a good fanfiction. If you got offended by a rule, you're surely doing something wrong. Always check your reviews, your story, and you writing as well…
Or do you really want to mix Transformers in there, show how ridiculous you are to hundreds of people, and attract people who can't tell the difference between decent and stupid?
COPY AND PASTE THIS TO YOUR PROFILE IF YOU WANT TO FOLLOW THESE RULES TO SPREAD IT AROUND EVERYONE.
Motto: Be Original, Spread The Word.
It’s an Everything vs. Everything world. This is a world full of a clash of opinions. Every time opinions clash, a war has begun. To combat this, we must learn to unify our minds in a way that bias ceases to exist.
Hey, I may not know all the stereotypes that go around today’s world, but I have enough knowledge to understand that they are nothing. They are breakable once proven false, and since they are opinions, what truth value do they have anyway?(If you can relate to the above statements, copy and paste them.)
IMPORTANT NOTE: My Writer's Block has finally been taken down. Expect to see some more stories from me. If not from me, then from a doppelganger.