Author has written 8 stories for Borderlands, Legend of Zelda, World of Darkness, Avengers, and Fight Club.
Update; Aug. 26, 2017: I. AM. ALIIIIIIVE!!! It's good to be back! While waiting on various things to fall into place, I've written quite a bit. Updates are back on schedule.
Property of Hyperion: Cypher had escaped the laboratory near Overlook. Some memories were in tact. Others needed to be jogged. With her Eridium-fed Phase Strike, she aimed to kill the man responsible for her torment. She would go to the ends of Pandora to watch him suffer. If that meant tagging along with the Vault Hunters, then so it was.
Burdens of Purpose: What started as a gift for empathy and healing magic blossomed into one of the most talented healers in the Nine Realms. Having learned from Frigga on Asgard and served Freyja in wars on Vanaheim, Eir is sent to Midgard to put her skills to the test. However, neither Asgard nor Vanaheim had prepared her for facing off against an old flame.
From the Land of Snow: Miru came to help him, wanting to avenge her brother, and she did it. Ganon fell and the kingdom was saved. Link didn't need her anymore, and she had friends to bury. Oh, sure, Link could go back and live out his childhood, but those that had died because of Ganondorf were still dead. Nothing was going to change for Miru.
Alone With My Thoughts: Justine was one of the only humans in the know. However, that didn't mean the World accepted her as one of their own. Her husband and his friends wished they were really the characters they had created. Justine listened, keeping her own thoughts on the matter to herself.
If Only: Not many people in the World were charitable within their own race, let alone to another. So when an alpha came in after hearing some bad news, Justine was more than happy to help him - free of charge.
A Slice of Life (Death): Lucas was Embraced sometime after the third World War, but old loves never die. He still longs for his Grace, but when you live long enough, you learn to move on.
Drinking to a Memory: On their anniversary, Sarah sits and remembers her ex-husband over a beer.
To Challenge The Alpha: Slight A/U where Durden and Narrator are separate people. Guilty pleasure one-shot about the lone woman in the entire Club.