Author has written 4 stories for Pikmin, Elder Scroll series, and Total Drama series.
This is my profile. It is very bland. It used to be long, but now it is short. I cut out anything unnecessary.
A little bit about myself: I live in the southern United States. By all accounts, I am a hipster at heart. I'm also an accomplished arguer, and I maintain this title generally by simply being right. I'm of the late teens, it suffices to say that I could buy cigarettes if I had the money. My dream is to one day teach high school English, for reasons that I don't have to justify to you. I have a love for the written word, and that's why I love writing. I specialize in poetry, but I dabble in prose, though I admit I'm better at building plot lines than carrying them out. I am a proud homosexual, and if you disagree with that, I will cut you out of my life in a heartbeat. Or we could debate it. I guarantee you I will win.
I love video games. Specifically, I am an achievement buff, and play games I don't even like just to rack up gamerscore. I also drop games if I have all of their achievements.
Pertaining to this site, I do love Total Drama fanfiction, it's basically the only reason I come here. There's a certain beauty in a show that can take characters with the most cliched personalities and make them interact in a genuine way. These stereotypes also make the characters relatable, and it's an ingenious move to play off of that.
On stories I've written:
Armageddon Journals- I love the concept, but I don't actually play Skyrim anymore. I got all of the 1550 gamerscore on it, so now I don't even take it out of its case. Therefore, I really lost interest in the game, and I have no more inspiration for the story. So, for now, it's on official hiatus.
Pikmin Poetry- It's complete. If I ever get Pikmin 3 I might make more, but I don't even have a Wii U.
Words- I have actually written out the entire next chapter, but I'm not feeling this story. Again, I love the concept, but I don't like my writing style in the story. I will look into maybe rewriting and adding/deleting scenes. Again, good at creating plot lines, less skilled at putting them into play.
Time in Chime- Half done? It's a two-shot, so I'm hoping I can convince myself to finish it sooner rather than later.