Author has written 7 stories for Bleach, Pokémon, Danny Phantom, +Anima, Inheritance Cycle, Code Geass, and Yuri!!! on Ice.
Hello! I'm known as Hollow Mashiro here. I won't give out my real name but you can call me HM, Mashiro, Dragon, or Alvara. Man, this profile is old... I really need to update it... I'll leave my old plot bunnies in case anyone wants to adopt them.
Age: (looks at birth certificate) 21 (dear god, I got old)
this is all outdated...
Manga/Anime Likes: Bleach, FMA, Yu-Gi-Oh!, D.Gray-Man, Psyren, Inuyasha, Anima, Black Cat, Fairy Tail, Rave Master, Hollow Fields, Soul Eater, and Time Stranger Kyoko
Book Likes: Inheretence Cycle (Eragon), PJO and HoO, Maximum Ride series, Artemis Fowl series, Harry Potter, numerous others that I am too lazy to list, and anything that catches my eye and has a good plot
TV shows/Movies/Cartoons: Star Wars, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Pirates of the Caribbean, Transformers, and numerous others that I am too lazy to list
Games: Legend of Zelda series, Pokémon series, Spyro the Dragon series, Sonic series, and numerous others that I am too lazy to list
Favorite colors: Cerulean blue, other shades of blue, silver, purple, black
Current published fics in progress:
Twisted Time and the Shinigami Academy
The Thief (formerly The Traveler)
Terror in Barcelona
Old Plot Bunnies, feel free to adopt. Please let me know if you start writing one of them!
Twisted Time and the Pendulum's Swing (Bleach)
As you can probably guess, this is the sequel to my most popular fic, Twisted Time and the Shinigami Academy. After Ichigo gets to test his newfound skills against some of Aizen's Arrancar, he accidentally gets sent to the past again, this time landing 100 years in the past when Urahara's just been promoted. While Ichigo's struggling to deal with Aizen as a lieutenant (and a superior) and eight Vizards who haven't yet crossed the line between Shinigami and hollow, the Soul Society is at a loss in Ichigo's time. How are they dealing with Ichigo's meddling with time and several Shinigami/hollow hybrids that want to help in the war against Aizen?
Fire Dragon, Ice Dragon (Inheritance Cycle)
A magical imbalance occurs in deep in the forests of Du Weldenvarden, and fourth dragon egg appears in front of Eragon and Oromis while they are training for the coming war with the Empire. Everyone is surprised when the egg hatches for the most unexpected person, and even more surprised by its differences from normal dragons. And how will Saphira take to the newcomer? No important OCs, other than the fourth dragon.
Magic of the Ancients (Yu-Gi-Oh)
There's an imbalance between the Orichalcos and Shadows, and our three favorite Millennium Item holders must pay for it. Atemu's passage to the afterlife is interrupted, and Yugi, Ryou, and Malik find themselves in ancient Egypt with three very disturbed yamis. How did Bakura return, and why is he willing to ally himself with Yugi and Yami? Why isn't Mariku acting insane? Why has Yami's memory flown out the window AGAIN? Meanwhile, Pharaoh Atemu, Thief King Akefia, and the six High Priests are trying to figure who those three youths are that carry all seven Millennium Items, why two of the youths look like carbon copies of the Pharaoh and Thief King, and why the Shadows have little to no effect on the magic produced by those glowing green stones. No pairings.
Black Moon, Crimson Tide (Bleach)
This is ANOTHER Bleach time travel story, but it's nothing like the Twisted Time stories/trilogy. The war has been lost. Ichigo is the only survivor. He mourns as Aizen destroys his home and becomes the Soul King. As he looks through the wreckage of Karakura, he stumbles across a secret room under Urahara's demolished training room. The device within activates, sending Ichigo into the past. He rejoices as he realizes he has the chance to save everyone. But not everything goes according to plan, of course...
Gray Area (Star Wars/Bleach crossover)
There is no gray in the Force, only white and black. Light and Dark. Jedi and Sith. Or so the Jedi thought. After one of Mayuri's experiments goes awry, two individuals are forcibly thrust from the Soul Society and into a fifth dimension no one had known existed: a galaxy far, far away... Hirako Shinji is found, unconscious, as a nine year old outside of the Temple right before a young Obi-Wan Kenobi challenges Bruck. Years later, another nine year-old boy appears in front of the home of Anakin and Shmi Skywalker - Kurosaki Ichigo. A stunned Jedi Master named Qui-Gon Jinn decides to take this boy back to the Temple, as well as Anakin. Ichigo goes back to Naboo to deal with the Federation blockade, and ends up saving Qui-Gon's life. The Jedi Master lived, but was unable to take Anakin as his next Padawan - he was crippled, and can't move anything from the waist down. Obi-Wan is given the task of training Anakin, while the newly Knighted Shinji has to train Ichigo. Did I mention that both Vizards are amnesiac, and it is driving their zanpakuto and inner hollow/Arrancar insane? Zangetsu, Sakanade, and Shiro are by no means going to be silent while their wielders are trying to deal with the gigantic war that the Jedi are trying to handle. The solution? Teach those close-minded Jedi the meaning of the word 'gray'. Meanwhile, the Soul Society are trying desperately to get two of their greatest fighters back - there's a new threat on the horizon, and only Vizards and Arrancar can handle it.
Nebula's Secret (Star Wars/Inheritance Cycle crossover)
During a supposedly easy, diplomatic mission, Obi-Wan Kenobi and his padawan Anakin Skywalker are chased from the planet and wind up miscalculating a hyperspace jump. They end up at the Dragon's Nebula, so named for its high-speed winds that tear most budding stars and starships that stumble across it to shreds. Anakin manages to save the craft through brilliant (though suicidal) flying, and the two Jedi are treated to the shock of their lives: within the Dragon Nebula the winds are calm, and a single star system exists within the proverbial eye of the storm. Obi-Wan and Anakin land, as their ship is in desperate need of repairs - there was no way their ship would survive another trip through the Nebula. They land on the only planet in the system that was habitable to life, and land smack dab in the middle of a war between the Light (the Varden) and Dark (Galbatorix). Now, what do you think that they'll do?...
Dragon Fury (Spyro/Inheritance Cycle crossover)
Spyro and Cynder are blasted from their world to another after Spyro puts the planet back together at the end of Dawn of the Dragon. They happen to land in a world with a war brewing and desperately in need of dragons to help them. Spyro and Cynder agree to help the Varden, but are taken aback by all of the differences in this world from their own. The dragons are huge, fire is the only element dragons are supposed to be able to use (and even then all they can do is breathe it; they can't cloak themselves with it and charge their enemies, apparently), and there are creatures called humans, dwarves, elves, and Urgals running around and killing people with swords and magic. Nasuada is at her wit's end: Galbatorix and Murtagh are wreaking havoc on her army and the two baby dragons haven't been growing at all. Spyro and Cynder get fed up by Nasuada's refusal to let them fight, and they end up surprising all of Alagaesia with their strength. Don't judge a dragon by his/her size, Alagaesia...