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Author has written 50 stories for Avatar: Last Airbender, Transformers/Beast Wars, and Legend of Korra.
Bah weep graaaaagnah weep ni ni bong! Thanks for checking out my fanfiction.
I'm pretty much known for my humorous writing, with creativity, quality prose, and variety being other good points people have noted. My main collection of short stories is "The Ember Island Lighthouse," but I sometimes publish one-shots individually in order to fill out (or take advantage of) the character-filters. I also have a number of short multi-part tales, and I just finished a novel-sized tale, with plans for more. On that note, check out the above poll and weigh in.
"So this is the thing I really want to drive home for any and all people who find something special in my books (or, for that matter, in anyone else's). It's not the book. It's you. It's your mind doing all the work. Your commitment, your willingness to be touched, your suspension of disbelief and the power of your imagination. That's why there are many, many people who will never be moved by some story you love -- or, for some impoverished souls, by any story at all. If you find something extraordinary in one of my books, it's because it was already inside you, and the words just helped you locate it, that's all.
"And for those who don't find anything extraordinary in any of my books, *$ you anyway. Read something else, punk$#&."
-Matthew Woodring Stover
11 Ways to Tell You're Reading a Story by Loopy777
11. All the sentences are long, and nary a statement is made without at least one comma. In fact, it would probably be more accurate to say that sentences wear commas like jewelry.
10. Purple prose abounds, but not in the way you usually see it. Instead of long paragraphs of descriptions, characters will ruminate on what they're sensing, and adjectives will randomly pounce like guerrilla fighters in the wilderness. More often than not, all of this description will somehow manage to tie in to one or more ongoing themes, whether or not it's appropriate or likely.
9. Nothing quite reaches the level of darkfic. There are plenty of bleak situations, yes, even tragic ones, but one of three things happens: a) The heroes don't gives in to despair and there's always hope, b) it happens to a minor character no one can care much about, or c) the situation is so sudden and out of nowhere it is in fact darkly humorous. This is not psychologically significant in any way.
8. Any romance will be chaste romance. If it weren't for the odd kiss every so often, it'd be hard to tell if the pairings are actually romantic in nature or merely an example of two very supportive friends. This is not psychologically significant in any way.
7. Any romantic angst will be quirky romantic angst. Pairings will rarely suffer from external forces trying to keep them apart, and no character will attempt to break off a romance for the other party's perceived good. Instead, all the conflict will come from the characters struggling to even tell if they're attracted to each other, and then after they acknowledge it, they'll still waffle on deciding if the romance is worth the lifestyle compromises they'll have to make for it. This is not psychologically significant in any way.
6. Every single character thinks in a highly rational manner , and will be given to frequent bouts of dispassionate self-analysis. Yes, even the crazy ones. Especially the crazy ones. This is not psychologically significant in any way.
5. Don't look for stories about the main pairings of the original cartoon. In fact, don't look for the main characters of the original cartoon. Minor characters and strange crack-pairings rule the day.
4. It doesn't matter how inappropriate it is for the story, there will be comedic elements. This is not psychologically significant in any way.
3. Sokka or Mai. Just... Sokka or Mai. This is as psychological as it comes.
2. Serious works will often include, if not feature, characters of ambiguous, unusual, or absent morality. The presentation of these characters makes it look like that kind of behavior is being advocated.
1. Fight scenes. Fight scenes with more detail than can ever be narratively justified. Also, expect the best action sequences to randomly stop and give the POV character's full resume in a mini-essay on how awesome they are.
My first completed epic is a mix of psychological horror and adventure thrills starring both Suki and Azula, with other strong roles being held by Sokka and Ty Lee. I can't tell you much without revealing some major spoilers, but if you get to Chapter 3 and you're not intrigued, then you can quit reading with my blessing. Many reviewers have described the story as one of the most unique efforts in ATLA fan-fiction, so if you're looking for something new and interesting, you could probably do worse.
The first half of the story's prologue has been adapted into a 3-page mange by our own Light Penguin. I'm pleased as punch with how it turned out, and I encourage all fans of the story, or even people who just want to sample the tale, to check it out. All three pages are linked on my deviantArt journal:
Also, I've created some supplementary material for the story: a map showing the journey of the main character, and a "playlist" of orchestral pieces that inspired each chapter. As certain of the music are character themes from ATLA itself, they can be a bit spoilerish, so I recommend not listening until you've read at least through Chapter 10.
My most famous work is a comedic analysis of every ship in (or not in) "Avatar: The Last Airbender". Inspired by the hilariously negative "Zero Punctuation" video game reviews, this fic showcases the dour Mai ripping apart various canon, fanon, and crack pairings. This series originated on Avatar Spirit (), and it is there that you can enjoy the full experience, with added graphics and author-notes. If you're just interested in seeing the individual Ramblings as intended with a funny graphic at the top, you can also check out the series on deviantArt (). Those who don't care to may still enjoy the fanart that has been produced for the fic: