Author has written 3 stories for Digimon, Harry Potter, Final Fantasy VII, and Naruto.
Want to know about me eh? Fine, my favorite colour is blue...what, you want more? Sheesh, nosy aren't ya? Fine, lets see here...I'm 21 going on 22, male, and live in the oh so flat, hot, humid, and downright boring San Antonio, Texas. Don't let anyone fool you, the Alamo is NOT amazing and you will truly regret dragging your rear down here only to find yourself spending your entire time here on the riverwalk because its only 95 degrees there instead of the 100-105 elsewhere. Meh there I go ranting, but for a guy whose favorite location consists of a: mountains b: snow c: pine trees and d: cold weather...I think you get the point. Why the hell am I here you ask? College, and a very inexpensive college compared to elsewhere. Lets see...I like Fanfiction.net (obviously), a few first person shooters, some strategy games, a crap load of RPGS (FFXI being my favorite, CAN NOT WAIT for FFXIV to come out!!), swimming, and finally football...at least when I'm playing...can't stand watching it...but getting to legally knock the snot out of a guy for hours on end? Yeah I can do that. Anyways, thought I'd try my hand at fanfiction writing, this is my first story EVER, so should be interesting. Not to say I haven't written pages upon pages before, as being in college for years makes sure I write PLENTY of long, arduous, and ultimately boring papers, but I digress.
...You thought I was done, didn't ya? Nope! Lets see, more about me personally? I've been told I'm many things, most of them 'normal' people would consider bad...but then again, I find normal people extremely boring. Anyway, I've been told I'm a snarky, sarcastic, at times terribly sadistic sonofabitch (its a string of words, therefore I'm not cussing on my profile, HAH!)...and I agree on all accounts, denying such would be foolishness...talking to me for but a few minutes would reveal as much. Now then, just because I have a fairly large sadistic side doesn't mean I don't know how to write caring scenes...my hope is that the story I am writing atm will show this. However, the story will also show some aspects of me which you will soon find out (if you indeed choose to read my story) that clearly show a dangerous combination of knowledge combined with sadism...you may find this somewhat disturbing, but there is a reason I put such things in my story. First and foremost, while I do have that side of me, (and I theorize everyone does, they just hide theirs better) I also care about others...odd I know, but let me explain. My sadism is directed to those whom truly deserve it...and no one else. The sadism in the stories I write? It gives others a glimpse of reality that they otherwise may not have been aware of. I do not like to sugarcoat things...the world I a very cruel place, and there are people out there who will do far, far worse than what I write. The message is simple: do not be naive, and to be careful. To all others, especially friends and family, I'm the crazy, snarky, comical sonofabitch that people either hate with a passion or love with the same...I haven't met any people who didn't fit those extremes when it comes to me. I love making people laugh whenever I get the chance, and this is why I put humor into my stories whenever I can; if I make you laugh, mission accomplished, if I make your sides hurt, I cackle like a madman. The side of me that some people really don't like however is my logical side...its quite bit I will admit it, and I will also admit my blunt observations at times can seem quite rude, even if I am just making a logical observation. This side, my little sister is used to, but nonetheless it annoys the hell out of her...arguing with me is almost a lesson in futility if your argument is logically unsound; make sure you know your facts. Well...thing I've given you all enough of my personality, ne? That being said, you want to talk? Cool I'm game, whether it me just for the hell of it or ya just feel like slinging an argument at somebody. However, this invitation also comes with some prerequisites. First, if you're going to email my personal email, please type something meaningful, if you want to talk say more than a sentence, and if you want to argue or discuss something, make sure its over something more meaningful than doritoes vs. cheetos...though I'm cool with ninjas vs pirates...that's always an amusing argument. Secondly; send only an email, NO ATTACHMENTS...if you want to do such, ask ahead of time else I will not even open it. I will still can the living hell out if it, however. (I'm a paranoid bastard) Thirdly, and this is the last: use english please...I'm not trying to be an asshole here...but I just can't understand you otherwise.
Some people want to know why I chose such a rare pairing. Well, the main reason, but not the only reason, is that its a challenge...and I LIKE challenges. To figure out how exactly to get the aforementioned pair together and actually make it be both believable and good can be hard, and I enjoy it. For this reason I can almost guarantee that in my stories, the pairing will be either almost completely unheard of, or the circumstances behind the pairing will be highly abnormal. Look at my favorites...while I have quite a few of them, many of them share this same quality, rare pairings or odd circumstances.
Aarik076's Rant Section!
Yes folks, I have a section dedicated wholly to ranting on things which I either find rediculous or extremely funny/ironic. This will probably lengthen over time...but for now? Harry Potter rant against Dumbledore!
Yes, some are probably horrified that I'm bashing the elderly man whom twinkles his eyes merrily, but my asshole logic side is controlling this rant...prepare yourself! D: Now then, evidence of Dumbledore using Harry as his own personal boy wonder puppet? First book: The day that little abused Harry recieves his letter. One may recall the letter being specifically addressed to him...in the cupboard under the stairs. Now, I don't know about you...but I don't consider living in a broom-closet as condusive to my health. This being said, I find it extremely hard to believe that the very man who put Harry there and left him for eleven years did not know what was happening. He knew what happened there...after all, Miss Biggs spied on Harry for years for Dumbledore...he just wanted to condition the kid. The letter's address only helps to solidify this theory. The events leading up to his enrollment at Hogwarts are very, very suspicious at best as well. The very first magical person Harry meets is Hagrid, whom although a very kind man, is also blindly loyal to Dumbledore for a favor performed years ago. So, upon leaving his relatives, Harry is given a short introduction to the magical world in which two specific things are drilled into his head right off the bat. First and foremost, that Dumbledore is the greatest man to ever live, and his goodness is unsurpassed. Secondly, that there were four houses, and that Slytherins were destined for evil...quite bigoted, but for little eleven year old Harry that's grateful to the man for 'saving' him, he hangs onto every word as if it were scripture. After Hagrid, he ironically meets yet another group of people blindly loyal to the old man, the Weasleys. Incidentally, they just happen to be outside of the entrance to the platform 9 3/4...and Molly is asking for all the world to hear where the entrance was again. Recall, if you will, the fact that Molly Weasley has already had 2 sons go to, and graduate from Hogwarts already...had 3 (soon to be 4) attending Hogwarts, and one more to soon join. With this information...there is absolutely no need for her to ask where it is, she had been there enough times to know by now, the real reason? For Harry, who just so happened to be within earshot, to hear her and come to her. After this he was quickly smothered by her, with a person once again spouting the goods of Dumbledore...coincidence? I think not. He soon makes his very first friend his age: Ron Weasley...possibly one of, if not the most bigoted characters in the series. He, like Hagrid, denounces Slytherin only more colorfully, and steps things up, uplifting the house of Gryffindor and saying how he was going to be in it. Of course, Harry wants to be in the same house as his first same-age friends, and thus wants to join Gryffindor as well. During the welcoming feast, the hat tells Harry how great he would be in Slytherin...but the negative views of the ones he met prior to this make sure he is not in that house, and is instead in a house stuffed with Dumbledore supporters: Gryffindor. At the ending of the feast, Dumbledore makes a very important announcement: the third floor corridor is off-limits, anyone going there will meet a painful death. Now, ask yourself this: if you told any eleven year old boy that his peas were good for him, what would he do? Probably shun them, right? Now, if you told that same boy that the peas were radioactive waste and might cause mutation, you might find yourself speechless at the rate of which he inhaled those peas. The same principle applies here. By telling the hall full of students, and particularly one eleven year old Harry whom has never had any kind of adventure in his life, that the 3rd floor corridor could kill them, he essentially made sure that Harry would seek out just what was there. Yet another very curious thing...Professor Quirell. How could Dumbledore, whom had been battling Voldemort for decades previously, NOT recognize the fact that the man whom he hired had Voldemort's ugly mug plastered on the back of his skull? You don't hire a man to teach the new generation of wizards and not do your homework on the man ahead of time, Dumbledore knew exactly who the man harbored, and let him still teach, for reason I will explain later (or this is my hypothesis). I will continue the rant later, but this is just the start! MWAHAHAHA!!