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Author has written 10 stories for Star Fox.
For those of you wondering where some of my older stories have gone, I've deleted them due to the fact that they were needless clutter.
Yea. Those stories, if those could have been called such, won't be back on this site. Ever.
Wow. I cannot honestly believe that after nearly five years I'm back here.
Looking around, I see lots of new faces and barely any old ones.
All those days of passionate writers frantically scrambling for some kind of recognition seems to have died down quite a bit. Or maybe its just the Star Fox section that's settled down?
In any case, looks like I'm back in the flesh for a while longer.
For the better or for the worse, I guess the fandom, or what remains of it, will help me decide.
Let's see if I can't get back into the grove of things and maybe, perhaps, perchance, get off this writer's block and churn out some chapters.
- Thanks to Silver Sentinel for being a great motivator. He's been a steadfast writing buddy since the earliest days of my existence on this site.
"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." - Albert Einstein
"Stupidity killed the cat. Curiosity was framed." - Mandy K (Ever Heard of a Dictionary)
I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it. - Mark Twain
Plazmataz: His story was the first that I read when I first came to this site. When I first joined this site I had no idea as to who Krystal was. I was an old-school StarFox person and only knew everything about the series up to StarFox64. Needless to say, I researched Krystal on Google and learned everything I could about her, watching Youtube video game replays of StarFox: Adventures and StarFox: Assault. After my encounter with Krystal, my obsession with her character rapidly grew. I soon began to write my first story, Krisis, which received a staggering review count of over 200, exceptionally well for the time it was released in. But Krisis is, in my respective opinion, my worst piece of work. In any case, I used to write about Krystal alot. So thank you Plaz, for engendering her into my imagination.
GamerJay: Second story I've read. Incredible combination of Warhammer:40000 and Starfox. I love this individual like a brother and I thank him for criticizing my flaws and telling me how to improve.
Snake of the Rose: Another brother-like companion. I have recently learned of his number and we engage daily in texts filled with humor and sarcasm. A delightful companion and colleague. He writes far better than me, I think, and you should go check his stories out to confirm this yourself. You will not be disappointed. Hell, even chaos Leader liked his story: As I Lay Dying.
lanceXstorm5: I dabbled a bit in his affairs and story and became his beta-reader for a short while. He was a good writing buddy.
SaberFox0324: An old friend of mine. We used to RP in our "Glori-Dais" and maybe he still does, but I have put my past hobbies behind me and I have ultimately forced myself to move on from childish things. He is a military-brat, as he calls himself, and has a heart of pure wrought silver. He has guts of gold though.
Quentix Starwing: His story is interesting also, includes a Cerinian other than Krystal.
DarthVenom2: His smooth transition between his chapters and paragraphs never cease to amaze me. His story is more like an online book considering its length, but who really cares? The longer the better. He inspired me write better, surprisingly.
StarFoxOwns: A cheeky little fellow who gave me hope and reason to continue my epic failure of a story: Krisis. I suppose congratulations should be in order...without him I probably would've left my story before I had a chance to actually improve! (As of 2010) I actually wish he hadn't been there to cheer me on. Krisis was an epic failure on a epic scale.
Lucario22: (edited yet again) He is now called moon clone. He has left this site for reasons unknown to me. He seems to jump from dreary moods to gay moods in a heartbeat of a week. I cannot tell what goes on in his daily life but it doesn't seem to be good or healthy. He used to be a dashing young fellow who was set on improving with my help. And help him I did. But only for a shrot while before he fell into his series of unknown depression and despondence. I cannot relay any further information on him for now. It pains to see such a close friend go away.
chaos Leader: There isn't much to say in honor of c.L. All I can say is that when you first meet him you will be greeted by his "airy" and somewhat supercilious attitude...and he has every right to act in such a way. He has learned the "secrets of the trade" in writing and quite frankly, I think that he is wasting his time with us smaller amateur writers. But his decisions are his alone and his to make. He has helped me with my story, "The Curse" tremendously. Without him being there to give that slight "push" in the right direction I seriously think that "The Curse" would've been scraped after the first 2-3 chapters because of the lack of anything interesting in it. If you need some good thorough criticism on the "good, bad, and ugly" then he is your man. Give it all up for chaos Leader because this young prodigy knows his shit. Trust me.
Jaslazul: This dude loves to write yaoi. Not the ones filled and saturated with gratuitous amounts of mindless - and endless - sex but the ones that have an actual story and plot along with two males. I haven't exactly read any of his stories - my apologies Jazz - but he certainly seems like the type who knows what he's doing. I've currently employed him for my story Bland and he has done wonders for it. He also knows his shit, much like chaos Leader, but they are both awesome in their separate styles. I just prefer chaos because his style appeals to me, I suppose. But I can't exactly be one to talk of styles because I haven't read any of Jaslazul's works. Shame on me. Just shame on me.
What else to add here? Hmmm . . .
Eh. I might be a furry.