Author has written 7 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Legend of Zelda, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Naruto.
GUYS! SERIOUSLY READ THE WHOLE PROFILE! I DON'T HAVE ANY COPY/PASTE STUFF! IT'S ALL RIGHT OUT OF MY NOGGIN AND I EVEN HAVE FUTURE STORIES I MIGHT WRITE NEAR THE BOTTOM! DO IT!!
GUYS!! I KNOW A LOT OF YOU ARE EXPECTING A LOT OF ME AND THAT I SHOULD UPDATE MORE OFTEN AND STUFF, BUT I'VE GOT A LIFE TOO, YOU KNOW, NOT THAT WRITING ISN'T FUN. THIS NEXT SEMESTER IN COLLEGE IS GOING TO BE SUPER BUSY, BETWEEN MARCHING BAND, CLASSES, A PART TIME JOB AND SCHOLARSHIP HUNTING. WISH ME LUCK, AND I'LL TRY TO WRITE IN ANY MIRACULOUS FREE TIME I GET.
Age: last time I checked, 7,000 years old, but I know I might be 10,000. Take that Pharaoh!
Home: I'm from Western Washington, and yes, I am a proud Seahawks fan for any Twelves reading this :) However, I live in Idaho, as I am going to school as a music education major. I have lived in New York, Minnesota, and Japan, and I would love to live in Japan again (I'm aiming for Osaka). I have a long ways to go until my degree thanks to some debilitating life issues I've had to work through, but I will get there and be the best damn band director I can be!
My Pen Name: Airheadninja? It just so happens that I can act like a drip sometimes, so that's the name I chose. but remember this: Airheadninja: The Best Kind of Ninja. I mean seriously, Naruto is an airhead too and look at how much he's accomplished! The first pen name I ever had was derived from Yu Yu Hakusho. It was 89r3. You know, eighty nine with the remainder of three? In YYH, Yusuke fails at math during the DWT and says 89r6 as an answer to a mathematical question. It stuck, and usually anything written on paper is authored by 89r3 instead of Airheadninja. I like the candy 'Airheads' too. I think that's part of why I chose that name too, because I actually adore them.
Favorite activities: I love football, as can be seen above. I wanted to play when I was a little girl but no one would let me onto a team because they wouldn't let me. Anyways, I love writing and learning about writing and reading and stuff like that. It's a wonder I'm not an English major. I love ensemble playing, and I'm in my university's top ensemble playing horn and I am also in marching band/basketball band, as the mellophone section leader. I'm like the Shadow Queen of the Horn Studio, because everyone thinks I'm a mediocre player, but I really think I'm just a diamond in the rough and the person who everyone spotlights knows it and I think she's afraid of my genius... Mwahahaaaaa... I also absolutely love conducting. That's my true passion. A professor of music ed here saw me conduct my freshman year (I've never had any conducting courses, I go from what I've seen and apply to what the music says) and she realized that I have raw natural talent for it. Unfortunately, my conductor won't let me take the podium because I haven't even taken the conducting courses here yet (and he teaches them). I would love to show them that I could kick all their butts and that I really do have talent (I think a lot of people don't like me because they think that I failed classes because I'm lazy and not because I was having private problems as mentioned above).
Favorite Television shows (not cartoon or anime): Ghost Adventures (HOW DID YOU DIE?!!!), really anything that has to do with haunted houses, any shows that describe Ancient Egypt or something like that (thank you, Planet Green Channel), History Channel, Doctor Who, America: The Story of Us, Big Time Rush, The Local News (oh yeah, that's right: THE NEWS!), Planet Earth, Rome, Bones, NCIS, JAG, Walker Texas Ranger, The Weather Channel (I love tornadoes), M*A*S*H, Monk, Dead Like Me, Franklin and Bash, and I'm FREAKISHLY IN LOVE WITH CRIMINAL MINDS.
Favorite Shows that are cartoons and anime: Yu-Gi-Oh! original, GX and 5D's (which I just began watching. I like it so far, though I'm not very far in), Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fruit's Basket, Hetalia, InuYasha, Looney Tunes (old and new), Tom and Jerry, Animaniacs, Ouran High School Host Club, Tokyo Mew Mew, Pokemon, Fushigi Yugi, Rurouni Kenshin, Fairly Odd Parents, Danny Phantom, Spongebob Squarepants, Kappa Mikey, Martin Mystery, Scooby-Doo (old ones), AVATAR (Aang and Korra)!!!!:), Nodame Cantabile and more that I can't think of at this moment.
Favorite Video Games: Well, I'm a huge Nintendo gamer, I don't really buy into X-Box or PS4 stuff. I have a PS2, though. Anyways, Any Legend of Zelda titles are of course at the top, Twilight Princess being one of my favorites besides Ocarina of Time. Nightmare in Dreamland and Crystal Shards and Epic Yarn, are Kirby games. Any Super Smash Brothers games, of course... Classic Super Mario Brothers, and the new Super Mario Brothers (fun to play with Reborn the Monster), Mario Kart (ALL ON THE BAND BUS!), and all of them. I mostly go towards Nintendo and nothing else because Nintendo games have the best music. And nobody else has Link. That kinda says it right there. Yup, I'm a Nintentard.
Favorite animal: I like birds in general, especially raptors. But I love dogs and cats, and plan on having them throughout my lifetime. There aren't any animals that I don't like. Everything is very endearing and awesome to me. I should be a BIOLOGIST!!
Favorite sport: Well, it's kind of obvious that I love marching band. Seriously, that stuff takes talent and hard work. But I do enjoy watching football. And basketball. I'm one of those fans that you disassociate with because they're loud and obnoxious. AND I'M DAMN PROUD OF IT TOO!
Instruments I play: Any brass really, though my principles are French Horn for concert, Mello for marching, and Trumpet for jazz. Trombone and Baritone aren't out of my league, and I've only ever gotten my hands on a Tuba once. I love playing brass, they're the best. Though flutes are (mainly because my sister is a flute player bent on world domination. I don't really feel like pissing her off at this moment) okay. Since I'm a music education major, I'll be learning every instrument. We'll see which ones are my favorite once I'm ready to graduate in a whopping five years! I can now play alto saxophone and clarinet, hooray!
My Truth to Tell: I honestly do NOT believe in happy endings. "Happily ever after" just doesn't happen with me in stories. I mean, I may not like them as much (like the crazy person I am) but I love reading them. Mostly because I'm cold-hearted and write sad endings. Apprentice is going to end on a rather sad note (even with the sequel after it), An Historic Discovery is going to end with myself in tears (I'm an emotional author), but the epilogue will make everyone squeal in delight. Shinigami is going to just end sad. Just really, really depressing. Winter Warmth will have a happy ending. That's what that story is supposed to do, because I want to really take a stab at happy things... That sounded wrong... Anyway, the ending for The Optimist will not be all romantic and lovey-dovey. It'll actually be rather realistic (for a story based on a fantasy game). Foreign Exchange Student will also be realistic and not extremely romantic. I once even thought about killing Marie, but she has too much sentimental value to me as my first published character. I have no idea how to end The Newb yet. Sad things will happen in it though. Really sad things. Seriously, I should be writing novels in true literature since I'm so depressing. They'd probably be on the cold truths of reality and how they can crush any dream. Because I'm a bitch like that.
Favorite Song: I am really into J-Pop at the moment, and so my favorite song at the moment is "Never My Love" by A.B.C.-Z. I'm a total Johnny's girl. My top three have to be Kanjani 8, Takki & Tsubasa, and A.B.C.-Z. Though I like KAT-TUN, Kis-My-Ft2, SMAP, and Yamashita Tomohisa (Yamapi). I blame my sister for this obsession. Pretty sparkly boys...
Favorite Movie Score: There are so many good ones, and ones I haven't really studied yet! But these are my favorites so far: Prince of Egypt (Dreamworks), Hunchback of Notre Dame (Disney), Star Trek (2009, 2013) and The Polar Express.
Dreams: I want to live in Japan, no matter how I manage to do it (I wouldn't mind a hot Japanese husband either, walking around in Nagoya was eye-opening). I wanna fall in love and get married and have a family, but I also want to pursue my career in music. Be it I stay a teacher for the rest of my days or become a maestro.
My downfall: Can't drive. Nope, I can't do it! I'd rather fly on the back of my Millennium Tuba (yes, it can FLY)! But yeah, I've failed my permit (just the f*ing permit test!) twice. I'm not really into driving. Also math. I try and understand it, but it usually doesn't turn out well for me.
This May Not Be a Downfall, But... I'm a crybaby. I cry ALL of the time. I cry when characters die in anything, with movies and such. Here's a list of what I've cried to...
-HARRY FREAKING POTTER
-Rurouni Kenshin OVA Seisouhen (bawled, absolutely bawled. I mean... how can you not?)
-Moulin Rouge (I was crying within the first ten minutes).
-The Princess and the Frog (when Ray dies and joins Evangeline in the sky).
-The end of various Zelda games.
-The Lion King (Mufasa...)
-Naruto Shippuden (the chapters and episode where Kushina is telling the story of Naruto's birth). And now Neji's death in chapter 614 can be added to that. I still cry at random points in my life because of it.
-Fushigi Yugi (mainly Nuriko's death, though I teared up badly at Hotohori's).
-Tangled (With the king and queen...)
-Yu-Gi-Oh! (THE ENDING!!)
-Lux Aurumque (it's a beautiful piece of music written by Eric Whitacre).
-Yu Yu Hakusho (the ending, mostly because I was sad it was over)
-The Redwall Series (my favorite character was killed. I WAS IN THIRD GRADE, OKAY?)
-Brother Bear (when Koda hears about the fate of his mother)
-Mulan 2 (The bridge scene)
-Lilo & Stitch (I'm Lost!)
There's a lot more, but I can't think of them right now. But yeah. I've cried while writing stories too. I cried writing one of the chapters for The Optimist. It was extremely emotional for me for some reason.
A Special Note for Neji Hyuga: He's my favorite character out of anything in the whole wide world. When I started watching Naruto because of him, I was going through a rather rough patch in my life. I was thinking about turning to some pretty bad things, I had a horrible attitude and generally wanted life to just be done. I was a wreck. But he got me attached to something that related me to other people, and he means more to me than any of my words can say. I can't explain how important a role his character played in my life. Now that he's gone, it feels like one of my pillars is gone, one that I've relied on through some very bad times. Neji Hyuga, you are the best favorite character ever, and you'll always be my personal hero.
My Pet Peeves: I don't like the sound of marker on paper. Just thinking about it makes my teeth grind.
Favorite food: Airheads and Chicken Bacon Artichoke pizza from Papa Murphy's. Not together, but they're freaking delicious. But that is subject to change. I shall keep you posted. But I will always freaking LOVE french fries. They're delicious. Especially when dipped in a chocolate shake. I don't know how I've avoided getting diabetes.
Least favorite food: Dude, it's food. Even if it's gross looking, I'd rather eat that than dirt. EAT YOUR FOOD!... Except for tuna. There's a few things I won't eat because it has tuna. I'm not one of those activist people, but tuna casserole is gross. BUT I STILL EAT IT!... If my mommy forces me to.
Favorite live-action movie: The Mummy (hands down!), though I also love the Indiana Jones series and Twister.
Favorite Disney Animated Movie: The Hunchback of Notre Dame. HAVE YOU HEARD THIS SOUNDTRACK?! It's beautiful, and I love the movie despite it's straying from the book so much.
Favorite non-Disney Animated Movie: The Thief and the Cobbler. IT'S SO FUNNY, AND THE ART IS AWESOME AND IT'S A GOOD STORY. The thief totally wins. I also love The Prince of Egypt, and The Road to El Dorado.
Favorite Zelda game: I love three above all else: Skyward Sword, Twilight Princess, and Minish Cap. "WHAT, NO OCARINA OF TIME?!" you say? Nope, though I love that one too. I really love all of them, and I have nothing against any of the others. These three just spoke to me a lot. Ocarina was my first Zelda game, and, interestingly enough, was the first video game I ever fully beat. Ganondorf was my first final boss!
Favorite Characters!!!!! (The one you all find interest in and you know it!):
From Yu-Gi-Oh!: I'd have to say... Kaiba? Atem? YUGI? I don't know. I like Kaiba's attitude and his ability to be a stubborn asshole (something I could never accomplish) but Atem has a voice that I like, both in Japanese and English. Not to mention that Atem has his cute awkward moments ("Uuhhhh... Hi.") and he is basically anything I'd ever want in a man. Then there's Yugi. He's so amazing. If I were in his friend group I'd totally be in love with him, not Atem. Yugi is a wonderful, wonderful person.
From YGOTAS: I don't think anyone would ever guess it, but... Melvin. He makes me laugh soooo much. I also like Kaiba and Florence. I mean, I love them all and stuff, but holy crap... Melvin. Hug?
From Yu Yu Hakusho: Yusuke Urameshi. He kicks butt and has the best dialogue I've ever heard. (probably my favorite that I quote often is "Dammit, ugly people shouldn't be allowed to smile that much!")
From Naruto: Neji. Holy crap, he's the one who got me hooked on the show and manga in the first place. Oh, and he's too fat (you're not supposed to get that... >.>). But yes, he's my favorite. Out of anything he's my favorite. I can't explain really why I enjoy his character so much, I just do. In general, I like the Konoha people. They span in personality and would be wonderful friends! But back to Neji... Yeah... There's a special bond there for me, I guess. I first got hooked in eighth grade, and I used to make fun of the rest of my friend group for being so obsessed with it. While I was waiting for InuYasha to come on one night (I didn't regularly watch Inu, it was just something that was on), I watched the episode of Naruto on before it. It was the episode where Neji is fighting Kidomaru. I didn't know his name at all and didn't know what was happening, but I guess I liked what I saw. I left on vacation soon after that and kept wondering the entire plane ride if the guy I watched ended up being okay. After describing to my friends my experience, they laughed and teased me about having a 'widdle cwush' on Neji. Now that was NOT true, but that instance did get me hooked onto Naruto. Now I have a gihumongousant crush on Neji. Go figure.
From Fullmetal Alchemist: Honestly, any of the military people under Mustang's command. And Mustang, of course. They make me laugh.
From Ouran High School Host Club: Kyoya! He's evil. He could totally beat Zorc at destroying the world! (Just Kidding...maybe)
From Fushigi Yugi: Nuriko, because he/she's so amazing, and the English voice actor did an excellent job!
From Rurouni Kenshin: Saito, because he's a total badass. No seriously, I mean it. Why are you shaking your head and laughing? He might hear you! Saito will kill you, he's not like Kenshin at all! ... You are so dead for making fun of the Shinsengumi. (I am a proud Shinsengumi fan, even though my sister lives near Hagi, basically the center of the Ishin Shishi patriots. Japanese history is awesome. And so is Saito.)
From Fruits Basket: Sohma Yuki, but in the sense that I absolutely love the way his character evolves and how his story ends.
From Pokemon (games or otherwise): Either Riley or N. They're both so wonderfully pretty.
From Looney Tunes: Daffy Duck because he's an idiot and has no morals. At least, his morals aren't very good ones.
From Harry Potter: Luna Lovegood. We'd get along quite well, even though I'd be in Gryffindor.
From Generic Disney Princesses: Ooh, that's tough. I really like Tiana, from The Princess and the Frog. That movie is one of my favorites, so...
From Teen Titans: Raven! I love her facial expressions sometimes, especially when she's annoyed or something! She's amazing. Though I really do love all of them...
From The Muppets: ANIMAL!! Dude, he's a drummer!
From Kappa Mikey: Gonard! XD! WHERE ARE MY SHOES?!
From LoZ: Four Swords: VIO!!!! Intelligence is bliss!
From Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Chazz! I call him Spaz, and I think he's pretty special (in more ways than one). CHAZZ IT UP! XD
From any LoZ games: Twilight Princess... Oh yes... I love that game very much. Yeah, I love Ocarina and all the rest too, but... Twilight Princess just speaks to me more. I also have a wall scroll of him in my room. Creepy? Yes. Worth it? Definitely. This Link also has everything I'd ever want in a man. My second favorite is probably Skyward Sword. He is so adorable when it comes to Zelda and... Skyward Sword made my heart melt, and I bawled at the end NO FREAKING JOKE.
From Avatar: The Last Airbender: Uuuuuh... Momo? Nah, just kidding! Yes, I love Momo, but my favorite is surprisingly... Aang! I usually like angsty characters like Zuko because I like to make fun of them (which I still do with Zuko) but Aang is adorable. I also really like Toph. She's extremely badass.
From InuYasha: Sango, because total badasses are extremely worshiped by my brain. I love her amazing relationship regarding Miroku (who is, as fate would have it, my sister's favorite character).
From Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Yusei. Have you SEEN this guy?! He's a freaking ninja. I think he's hilarious because he's so serious all of the time. And yet he still manages to give friendship speeches...
From The Legend of Korra: Bolin! He's such a cutie! Earthbenders are freakin' awesome!
From The Avengers: I love them all, really, and the movie pretty much blew my mind when I finally got to see it. My family loves Iron Man, so Tony Stark definitely made me happy (when does he not?). But I really liked Captain America, especially juxtaposed to Stark. Fabulous.
From Disney Villains: My favorite Disney Villain would have to be... well, it's between a couple. I love Hades from Hercules, but I also like Gaston from Beauty and the Beast and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
If I think of any more, I'll put them up.
Funny Fact about my Friends, me and Naruto: My friends, despite hearing my many doubts, say I am most like Kakashi, perversion and all. It's flattering, but at the same time I slap my forehead. I come across as a Kakashi-type person. Wonderful. I like Kakashi though, he's one of the people on my happy list.
While on Favorites, these are my favorite actors: I have only a couple, but you know what? I think they're awesome. Chris Pine is the one I swoon over any chance I get, and I also like Robert Downy Jr. (how can you not?) cuz he's a cool guy. My favorite actress is Emma Watson, because she's pretty kick ass.
The only real pairing I support at all is NaruxHina. Anything else is just 'whatever.' (Though I will admit, I love OCs. It lets the writer create someone, whether it be from their will or an embodiment of themselves or what. I like the thought of that creativity being unleashed.) And, even though I know that a lot of people like these types of stories, I do not write or read yaoi of yuri. I have nothing against LGBTA or anything (I voted for gay marriage in Washington and one of my bestestestest friends is gay). But reading that stuff doesn't sit well with me because well... I actually had a friend who showed me a really screwed up one and it kinda skewed that genre completely for me. So don't feel offended that I don't read or write anything like that.
Speaking of OCs, I have nine published ones.
In An Historic Discovery, I have Bali. She is only a little like me, and only because she's liked Egypt since she was a little girl, loves kittens and likes taking baths. She's like my 'Inner Sakura,' if you catch my drift. She was named for a piece I played in band called "Bali" by Michael Colgrass. Listen to it, it's pretty cool.
For Foreign Exchange Student, Marie La May is the person who I wanted to grow up to be when I was a kid. I'm a lazy-ass, and I pass my tests with high scores because I have an eye for the world around me and have natural intelligence. Marie is super smart, gets fives on AP tests ( I only got threes... But in AP Lit I got a four!) and is Valedictorian material as she studies when she has to. I had to give her some of my qualities of nerdy loserville to make her less perfect.
For The Newb, Newb is a special girl who's so very special. She's a lot like Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter, or Starfire from Teen Titans. She's those weird thoughts that I come up with, my strange side. Not that she's bad, at least she can express whatever she wants and not worry about repercussion. I love her so much, my little ninja detective!
For Apprentice, Hallie/Farona is probably one of my favorites. She's so crabby all of the time! I guess I started writing this one so I could get all of my witty comments out. Or maybe I was getting pissed at Link myself while playing? Hmmm...Writing is obviously my stress relief, so Hallie got a lot of my emotions. They span quite a range, don't they?
For Shinigami, Kenna Morrisco is an idea that came from a conversation with Reborn the Monster (my sister) and I couldn't resist. Kenna is who I'd like to be if I died at a young age. She's somewhat forgetful and bitter, but she gets along fine with Botan and really just wants her old life (friends and family) back. Some of the idea was spawned from Dead Like Me, so you know...
In The Boys in Marching Band, the two characters are my sister and I. Plain and simple. Though we magnified the craziness and had fun with it. We never actually went to high school together, as she is nearly six years older than me.
My newest addition, Anders Nolst, is my lovely vision of what I'd like to be when in college. Trust me, I'm far from it. Anders was created for Yami. I wanted to write something fluffy and cute for romance, but still keep it light, friendly and funny. I like those kinds of stories, and An Historic Discovery is actually pretty serious. Especially now towards the end! Any ways, Winter Warmth will be a favorite simply because it's my cute romantic side coming out.
Finally, there's Lily/Alanna from The Optimist. Lily truly is what I was feeling when I was getting ready to graduate. Everything sucked in my point of view (I was turning into Harry Potter [ANGST!]), but all of that was turned around by some amazing people. Not the Legend of Zelda like in the story though. I figured those amazing people would appreciate being paralleled to Link and Zelda and so on. Lily is actually probably one of the nicest people you'd ever meet if she was real. She's not ignorant, listens more than she speaks and loves to crack a joke and appreciates sarcasm.
Something I'd like to address with people who write YGO! fanfiction (or any other I suppose). Does EVERYONE hate the color pink? I'll admit, I used to be a rather angsty character myself when I was in middle school, but I've grown up and learned a lot since then; I've opened my eyes. Pink is not a bad color. It's actually an extremely mysterious color, as being a color that we don't actually 'see.' Isn't that awesome? So, Domino High's school uniform is pink. Trust me when I say that in Japan, even if you don't like it, you would wear that uniform WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. School rules are there for a reason. Pink is not a bad color. Being prejudiced against someone or something that is a certain color doesn't make you cool; it rather makes you sound like an obnoxious brat. You also don't have to have your characters have your personality distinctly. I don't. Bali kills people and is so strong. I get sick at the thought of hurting someone so much (even when writing fictional accounts). So please people, be realistic. THINK PINK.
This next part is going to hold some ideas that I have for future stories. They may or may not be written.
This one is for Avatar: The Last Airbender. I got this idea when I started extensively watching it a couple months ago during the summer of 2012.
The story would be about the last lightbender, a one-of-a-kind type of firebending that was exclusively part of a few people in one clan in the Fire Nation. However, when the war broke out, the clan refused to pledge allegiance to the Fire Lord and were hunted down. After one hundred years, Aki is the only one left of her clan, as the Fire Nation succeeds to find and kill her parents while she escapes.
Aki vows to help any and all who are against the Fire Nation, but usually just annoys the crap out of them by doing extremely tiny but certainly devastating tricks. Eventually, she helps save Aang, Katara and Sokka from being caught by rogue martial artists. When she learns of their task and Aang's fate as the Avatar, she agrees to accompany them.
Prince Zuko and Aki have met before, as she has caused problems for him before as part of her mischievous scheme. However, despite any anger they have for one another, they think about each other and find similarities. Aki even becomes friends with Iroh! As time goes on, Aki and Zuko begin to have an understanding. Aki doesn't feel so alone with him around and Zuko finds that whenever Aki touches his scar, it has a cooling effect. Both of them help each other cope with their losses, and from that something new blossoms.
As a lightbender, Aki's powers include using light from the moon (seeing as sunlight is reflected by the moon) and stars (the sun is a star, bucko). She can refract it, capture it into spheres of powerful energy and use it to increase her firebending. All of her fire is a bright, blinding white that earns her the title of a master lightbender, something that was rare even within her clan. Aki teaches some lightbending to Aang, who as the Avatar can actually handle it despite being outside the clan bloodline.
Ultimately, Aki wishes to rebuild her clan and to restore peace with the Avatar and her friends. She only hopes that somehow Zuko will become a friend and ally, and not remain an enemy.
Aki has blonde hair and burnt orange eyes, and is named for Avatar Aki, the woman who founded the clan and created the lightbending style. Aki is of a strange resemblance to the former Avatar, hence her naming.
This next one is just a small idea that I toy around with for my own pleasure. It's about two near 19-year-olds at U of Idaho (yeah... basically me and a friend) getting transported to the Naruto world. Only, one is a fanatic, and one is not. It's fun at the ninja's expense. Just a small idea, more for fun than anything. I'm actually kind of toying around with this one a little, and I kinda want to make it a sort of snapshot series where you read a bunch of little scenes from the time spent training, not a full-blown story. I feel like the humor this is supposed to entail in the story will fit this style more. Like, the first episode would be based on arriving in Konoha somehow, and another would be about the first day of training. Some will be really short, others really long. Like, there's one I want to write where Neji challenges the character that has all of my sass and snark to a spar when she torques him off (one of many different times). The character is pretty much done for the day and doesn't want to fight. So all the chapter would consist of is Neji standing there waiting for her attack while she's walking towards him (he's in the way of her going towards the village from the training ground) and all she does is give him a high five, thus stunning him and she leaves. That's it. But it'll be rather hilarious.
An idea I came up with when I was a senior in high school and watching through Rurouni Kenshin popped up to my attention. It's title is Pins and Needles.
It's about the daughter of the American Ambassador to Japan of the time, John Bingham (he was the actual ambassador at the time too). Harriette Bingham is a highly spirited, educated 21-year-old who knows how to speak Japanese and already has a college degree in general studies. As the ambassador's daughter, she is obviously a target for the renegade samurai around Tokyo, which she runs into when she sneaks away from her guard to explore by herself freely. Luckily for her, the Kamiya Dojo happens to be right there, and Kenshin comes to the rescue while Kaoru and Yahiko are off training at another dojo and Sanosuke is probably racking up money on his tab at Akabeko. She becomes part of Kenshin-gumi, because there's no fun in not having her there. She is the one who gets Kenshin and the rest out of trouble for the most part, using many of her political speaking skills she learned from her father. There's no romance in this one, it's purely for enjoyment. Everyone calls her 'Hari' ( which doubles as the meaning for needle, hence the title of the story). She has blonde hair and blue eyes, an obvious foreigner. She's not on the fighting side of things, but she has a sharp tongue that gets her into trouble with various nasties (including Shishio). Saito is her favorite person to test her skill on because, well... It's Saito, what more do you need? Anyways, Kenshin and Hari actually maintain a strong friendship (no romance, remember? I am firmly a KenKao fan)! The end of the story will coincide with the end of the series. Hari will probably get married to someone in Tokyo and settle there and it'll be a happy ending. Even if I'm not so terribly good at happy endings.
I have a new idea, and this time it's for Ouran High School Host Club! I've already written the beginning and made up the title! It's called Superhero Strength. The story is about Tarsa Stark, heiress to Stark Industries. Why yes, there is a lot of Iron Man in this story, but in here the comic series is based off of and controlled by the Stark Family. Anyways, Tarsa starts her second year of high school at Ouran and meets the host club right off. No one has any clue that Iron Man is controlled by the Stark Family and the whole world thinks it a coincidence. And so, because these are the first people she meets, Tarsa hangs around them and becomes a regular customer and friend of the club. Her snark and attitude earns her teasings about her being Iron Man in real life, and in many ways, it is true. She even declares that by the time she graduates or leaves Ouran she will kiss every member of the Host Club, much to the dismay of Tamaki (when considering Haruhi).
Tarsa comes to terms with everything and has a good time while trying to differentiate herself from the fictitious Tony Stark (and failing miserably), but the true reason unknown to her is to make friends with the Shadow King...
I love Iron Man, and I thought it would be funny.
This newest one I've been writing up is because I've finally been able to play through Skyward Sword and I'm enjoying it immensely. I thought of something kinda cool for it.
Alanna is a normal near nineteen-year-old that is about to become a fully recognized knight after the Wing Ceremony. She's a genius at hand-to-hand combat and is tough as nails. Her two best friends are Link and Zelda, who are about two years younger. She and Zelda are eerily similar physically, both sporting vivid blue eyes and bright blonde hair, though both are from different families and Alanna is taller and has a tougher build (fairly obvious, she's a knight). After having strange dreams where someone is telling her to give up her immortality and power as a god, she also begins to hear strange voices around the time of the Wing Ceremony. Things happen, Zelda is sucked down to the Surface, and Alanna is also approached by Fi, who guides her and Link to the Sword Sanctuary. There, Alanna receives a violin, something she has never seen or heard before, but feels comfortable with. She goes with Link on his quest to find and save Zelda, and as time goes on, Alanna begins discovering that there's a part of herself that she's beginning to remember. It turns out there's some more history than the people of the Goddess on the Surface and Skyloft originally had, and that Hylia had a sister goddess who reigned over a faraway land. Not only that, but ages ago, it was from this land that Demise originally came, first born as a human...
Yeah, despite the fact that I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVEEEEEEEE Link and Zelda together in this story, it's gonna be a LinkxOC, because there'll be history in it and they'll be questing together, and Zelda knows about it before the quest even begins even though Alanna does not. It won't be overly sappy though.
Also, Alanna has her own song that I have written. I can't sing it since I don't know Hylian, but there is a melody. Also, there's another melody that will belong to Alanna that'll be all too familiar.
This story is a bit of a precursor to the events of The Optimist. But I don't know if I wanna make it that way... I'll be thinking about it.
There's a Yu Yu Hakusho idea that I've tried to write several times, but it's never worked out because I feel like my sister would do much better at writing it. Anyways, here it is:
There is an ancient legend from Makai that talks of a demon that sealed their great and expansive power within a human, and that the only way to reach this power was to find the human and eat them, body and soul. It was called The Dish of Wishes, for if a demon should eat the human, their every desire would be granted to them. For eons it had never happened, and thanks to the Spirit World barrier, it faded away from the minds of demons. However, all of that is about to change when an ancient demon from the pits of the Makai shows up and starts sending low class minions through the barrier to try and find the human, born only once every few hundred years.
Taida Yukiko is a first year high school student at a prep school for a culinary arts university. Her dream to become a master chef drives her forward, with her fiery attitude and somewhat solitary nature driving her. Because of her determination and focus on becoming the best, she doesn't have very many friends, which sometimes bothers her.
In a giant case of irony played by the universe, Taida Yukiko is the Dish of Wishes, and when low-class minions begin to chase after her, the Spirit Detective team is on the case. After having to explain why she is being targeted, Yukiko blatantly fears Hiei and Kurama because of their demon status. But she'll warm up to them after they prove themselves through protecting her.
It's hilarious, I love this idea a lot. But I just can't write it until I get some other things done, and my sister is too busy herself to write it. Maybe someday...
Ah, I have a YGO! story idea that's got little ground covered on it, but it's there. It's about a high school senior who is really outspoken and liberal and successful. She's very perfect in almost every way, and knows that she works hard for everything she has and regrets nothing. She's that popular kid that hasn't ever really done anything wrong but you hate her because she's so perfect and has a strong life already while you sit merely wishing for something awesome to come your way. Now, her name is Anna-Lee Jones and she's happy right where she's at.
Unfortunately, a jealous peer unwittingly throws her into a world of chaos, madness and... Card Games? That's right, she's stuck in Yu-Gi-Oh!, and having no idea what to do. While there, she begins to see that while she needs to keep trucking along like she always does, she also needs to realize that it is okay to be vulnerable, as well.
I've been writing on a slightly AU Naruto story that indeed takes place in Idaho, but again, you write about what you know, am I right? Though most of this takes place in a tiny town called Elk River, during winter break, to a nineteen year old of Japanese lineage.
Rachael Kiyomizu is distinctly half Japanese and half Caucasian. Although you'd have to look closely (and know what you're looking for) at her and at her last name to figure out the Japanese, it's there. She has brown hair, fair skin, and blue eyes, something that would make true Japanese people very jealous (this is very true, trust me).
Her grandfather on her mother's side is the Japanese one. He became an extremely successful businessman and therefore he even had a gorgeous old house in little Elk River Idaho, a place where both sides of Rachael's family could easily meet every summer. Rachael is staying there for winter break because it would mean a long trek through a terrible winter to get home and back.
Just when she gets comfortable, she finds out that her grandfather is not who she thought he was as shinobi appear at her door. Shinobi from a place called Konohagakure no sato. A place that doesn't exist. It turns out that there are dangerous people surrounding her grandfather when it comes to his mysterious past.
In essence, Rachael gets some of her g-pa's ninja instincts, shamelessly flirts with one of her ninja guards, and unknowingly saves two worlds. WHOO!
I have another story idea for Skyward Sword, but it's not really a love story or adventuring story or anything like the one described above. It's about Felicity Pinfeather, a rather eccentric girl Link and Zelda's age who sometimes seems to not all be there. She's friends with nearly everyone, even Groose, as she is quirky and very kind.
She becomes involved with the quest to save Zelda because she has dreams about something that she gave up, something that she herself tore from herself to save her people and help someone she had unrequited love for.
The part she tore from herself was her intelligence. That intelligence was reborn by the goddess as the guide for the Chosen Hero, that intelligence has finally awakened, and both Felicity and Fi are slowly regaining their memories of being a part of one another. Memory by painful, heart-torn memory.
This next is just a random one that popped up but I think it would be rather hilarious. The Akatsuki has kidnapped someone from Konoha to try and either get a ransom or use her as bait.
Unfortunately for them, this girl could really not give two shits about being kidnapped and dying. And to the Akatsuki, that's frustrating.
That's it for right now that I can think of. I'll probably put more up.
I thought my profile looked empty, so I put in a bunch of junk to tide over any curious look-seers. So, did you find anything interesting besides the fact that this is complete hurricane destruction (aren't hurricanes lovely this time of year)? By the way, this profile is completely original, no copy and paste. Pretty impressive what one can think up on one's own.