Author has written 1 story for Ace Combat.
I Think its time for an update, don't you think?
Name: You sir/madam, are not authorized to know that.
Current Occupation: Rising Senior pursuing a degree in History.
Likes: Military History, Military Fiction, Fantasy, Video Games, light exercise, sleeping
Favorite Games: Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Ace Combat series, Mario Series, Call of Duty: Everything before Modern Warfare 2, Blazing Angels,
Favorite Television Shows: Avatar the Last Airbender and Legend of Korra, Spongebob (pre-movie), NCIS, Stargate, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Law and Order: SVU, Modern Marvels, Dogfights, Battle 360, there's more but this is all I can think of off the top of my head
Favorite Anime: Pokemon (dubbed and subbed), Digimon (up to Season 4), Rurouni Kenshin, One Piece, Attack on Titan, Fate/Zero, Bamboo Blade, Madoka Magica, Cardcaptor Sakura, Dragonball Z and Kai, Dragonball, Serei no Moribito, FullMetalAlchemist and FMA Brotherhood,
Completed Stories: Stories I have finished.
My Dear Thirteen: The legendary ace of the ISAF and his thoughts on his adversary Yellow 13. Comments: This was just a short that came of me a year ago and I ran with it. My characterization of Mobius One was met with mixed reactions on ACS, but they at least liked the story itself. So that's a start right?
My ideas on writing: These are just my ideas about writing stories. Expect this to expand after awhile
1) This might be a little on the idealistic side, but I think just about any idea or concept can work. Whether the writer can pull this off is up for debate.
2) Characters don't have to be saints for readers to be invested in them, but they at least have to be interesting.
3) Have fun with writing, but at least try to work within the rules of the fiction you are writing for. If you're going to subvert those rules, you had better have a damn good reason.
4) Plan out what you are going to do with your story before hand. Outlines are your friend.
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