Author has written 4 stories for Bleach, Naruto, X-Com, and Mass Effect.
Avatar caption: "Now where were we? Ah yes. I believe you were about to die..."
I'm the type of person who absolutely loves to see evil prevail in a story. Why? Because I'm sick of "happily ever after" types with a hero who SOMEHOW triumphs over seemingly insurmountable barriers. The theme is just WAY overused. Seriously, find something more original. There's millions of "Inspirational" stories, and quite a few of them end up on an English Class Reading List because they are "special" and "insightful." I prefer stories that show futile struggles, and ones where the hero triumphs only at the behest of the enemy. Not many of those around...
I love to debate, especially on the conflict of good and evil, life and death, science and religion, optimism vs pessimism, and so on.
Dream: to either see or set the world on fire and watch it burn to ashes.
Preferred Occupation: Military Sniper/Sapper. It's amazing what C-4 can do for you...
"The best message to send is a 14.77 x 6.55 mm 185 grain antipersonnel message."
"The only time seeing red isn't a good thing is if it's yours."
Things that make me rip my hair out:
Improper spelling-pick up a damn dictionary and check your words! It's not that hard!
Lack of proper grammar-If you're going to write in any language, would it kill you to get the conventions of that language down correctly?