Author has written 6 stories for Code Geass, Vandread, Digimon, Warframe, and Sword Art Online/ソードアート・オンライン.
Yet another profile change comin' at ya'. So I'm Demon of Zero. It's a name derived from Code Geass, the "Demon Emperor" and the naming style of the Knights of the Round, with the word Zero tossed in. All in all, it's something catchy that I thought up one day and I'm a fan of it.
You may or may not have noticed that I actually have stories written. Problem with this is pretty simple, though. You see, I think that out of all of my stories, only one or two of them are any good.
Here is a list of them and their individual qualities, as well as their status as far as whether or not I intend to continue them, or anything like that.
LEGION OF WOLVES: MAY SEE UPDATES IF THE MOOD STRIKES ME.
Y'see, I've got one story that's from a game called Warframe. It's a great game, tons of fun. However, the lore of that game is like... nonexistent. As far as actual plot and backstory goes. Most of your lore in that game comes from events that happen in game, or random snippets we're using to slowly piece together just wtf is happening.
Legion of Wolves is a fun little story, though. It's mostly about exploring different types of characters, for me, since I'm just tying really exaggerated personalities to the various Tenno within it, and setting them loose on a mission. All in all, it's a fun concept and it's not a bad story in my mind, but there is really no plot to it at all. If anything it's a oneshot or a series of related oneshots if I get around to updating it. It's not a priority, but it may see updates if I get bored.
LELOUCH OF THE NIRVANA: PENDING RE-WRITE
It's set in the far future of the Code Geass world, and is a crossover of Code Geass and Vandread. It's essentially a fusion of the two worlds, however the world of Code Geass has essentially passed it's time and nothing matters too much there aside from characters that have been reincarnated via the meddling of the mysterious forces at play in Vandread and Code Geass.
I think this was my first real attempt at a story that included two series I had actually finished watching. It's also an idea I adore, but I've put off re-writing it. Mostly because I'd need to do serious research on the Vandread series to actually make sense of the mess I ended up with down in that story. I've learned that it's better to try and tie in things from the actual series rather than pulling crap out of your ass.
All in all, I'd like to rewrite this bad boy at some point, but it's not a priority.
WORKING LATE: MAY SEE UPDATES. DON'T BE EXPECTING THEM, BUT THEY MAY COME.
It's porn. That's really all there is to this one boys and girls. I was bored one day and decided to write a little sex story for my own amusement because I'm a pervert.
THE VIOLET DEVIL: DISCONTINUED
I just don't have the will to continue writing this story. I'm leaving it up for anyone who actually, y'know, likes that junk I've written down, but that's all there is to it guys. I'm just not willing to keep writing this. I personally feel like it's one of my worst works.
GODS OF GEISS: PENDING RE-WRITE
It was an idea taken from Kyugan that I've written twice. Neither of them lived up to my standards once I'd actually looked back on them. Long story short, I want to write it but it's not a priority and I don't know when I'll get around to it.
LELOUCH OF THE DIGIDESTINED: ACTIVE
I'm actually on a ball with this one. Expect updates "often". Like probably once or more every month or two.
This next section is for random ideas in my head... and not all of them Code Geass related, surprisingly. A lot are, though. I'm probably not going to post all of the random ideas I've got, just some of the ones I think are better. So without further bold text, let us move on to the next section titled:
THINGS I WOULD LIKE TO SEE DONE BUT WON'T BE DOING MYSELF (MORE LIKELY THAN NOT.):
Pirates of the Caribbean/One Piece Crossover:
Featuring our good captain Jack Sparrow finding himself in the world of One Piece as the main character of this story, this idea is something that struck me earlier today and I'm honestly very amused by it. I don't know what or where or why or how he would involve himself in the canon plot of One Piece, but I would very much appreciate someone writing a story in which Jack Sparrow is involved with the events of the main storyline. Potentially having him as a "crew member" of the Straw Hat Pirates, while calling himself something along the lines of "Captain Jack Sparrow; leader and sole member of the Sparrow Pirates." or something along those lines. Or maybe have him actually start his own crew. I don't even know. I just want to see Jack Sparrow doing Jack Sparrow things in the world of One Piece, and there is like one story with that idea and it's like 1500 words long.
C'mon guys. Someone out there wants to do this. I know it.
Naruto/Tokyo Ghoul Crossover
Seriously. I don't know how there are like zero good Naruto/Tokyo Ghoul crossovers. I don't even like Naruto -that- much, hell the only reason I've any actual interest in the series is primarily due to Kenchi618 and his penchant for being awesome.
I'm honestly not even going to lie here; I cannot think of a single non-cliche way for Naruto to be in the world of Tokyo Ghoul outside of having him be born into that world naturally rather than being born is his world. Just enough parallels to keep the character's base the same, but obviously different because the life that had built him would've been entirely different. I'm perfectly fine with just throwing out a cliche, so long as it's at least well executed, to toss a character into a different series.
Really, I see nothing wrong with that. If you can just get past that point you're good. Some inexplicable portal that cropped up from nowhere doesn't need to be explained sometimes; anything from a freak accident while messing with seals to the clashing of tons of Chakra or a Kamui gone wrong or what have you. There are ways to get characters from one dimension to another in just about every series. Just go for it, a lot of times how a character arrived in the world isn't as important as what they're doing once they do get there.
... just don't do anything stupid like sending Sage-Mode-Rikkudu-whatever-the-hell Naruto into the setting of Tokyo Ghoul, because that'd be stupid. You do not want God as a character in your stories unless literally every enemy you run them into is also God. I've seen battles where the powerlevel is absolutely ridiculous, where people are literally doing shit like annihilating the concept of their existence to get the drop on a foe who can literally tell people to die, and they will die. It was handled brilliantly and I'm absolutely okay with that, but you can't take people like that and put them against the kind of power curb Tokyo Ghoul has. You just can't do that and have a good story.
As a personal suggestion to anyone who does happen to consider this idea, try pre-Shippuden Naruto. Just enough training to be dangerous from the get-go in the world of Tokyo Ghoul, but with a lot of room to improve. And dropping young Naruto into that setting would give him time to adapt, learn, and grow stronger so that by the time he's the same age as the canon cast of Tokyo Ghoul, he'll have a good few years of experience under his belt but not as powerful as he would be in his own world due to an entirely different power curb.
Code Geass/MAR Crossover:
I've actually tried writing this before, but never got it to chapter one even.
So for the uninformed, MÄR is Marchen Awakens Romance. I do not know how to use the funny A's, or if I even possess that capability, so regular A's it is.
MAR is kind of like a world comprised of a ton of random fairy-tales just being slammed together. It's great fun. They've got a sexy witch named Dorothy who has a giant angry dog thing she can summon named Toto, a guy named Jack who ends up using magically imbued beans and other plantlife, and a plethora of other interesting folks.
Now, see, the interesting thing about MAR is that the protagonist comes from another world already. Ginta, the main character of MAR, is a normal glasses-wearing scrawny looking kid in school when a portal opens up from the world of MAR Heaven or whatever it's actually called. Rather than freaking out about the giant gate and creepy gatekeeper asking if he wants to go to another world, Ginta is ecstatic and jumps right in. This leads to the beginning of the MAR storyline, where Ginta finds himself like a hundred times more physically capable than he used to be. Not only have his physical abilities increased to the point where a nearly hundred foot drop doesn't scratch him, his eyes have also magically become better and he drops the glasses.
So where there is one world, who is to say there couldn't be another?
My original idea had been fairly simple; pick a time where Lelouch just didn't care anymore and would happily leave behind his responsibilities. There are a couple places where he slips into depression and those could work, but I had an idea that I found rather interesting.
I always liked Rolo as a character. And Rolo played a very large role in a certain turning point in history, sacrificing himself in the process.
So, then, what if something happened as Rolo was dying and Lelouch was watching his fake little brother die for his sake?
The Gatekeeper appears, rolls a die and lands on two. After being betrayed by the Black Knights and giving up, only to be saved by Rolo, Lelouch decides that he will repay that favor by abandoning the world they came from to save Rolo's life.
See, my thinking is that if going through the gate could make Ginta's eyes better, it could be swung as a sort of pseudo healing. A reset, maybe. Reset your body's state to "factory default" essentially, with the "factory default" for humans from other worlds being much higher spec than their original model. So while caught in the weird black world of whatever that the Gatekeeper Clown spawns, they're in a sort of suspension where Rolo's life is preserved long enough for Lelouch to decide "Screw it." and try again in another life, doing so to save Rolo because he'd lost just about everything else.
This series canon is actually amazing for crossovers, just because of how simple it is. The Gatekeeper Clown is literally able to bring people from other worlds into the world of MAR Heaven, and doing so boosts their physical ability through the roof. Enough to turn Ginta, a wimpy middle schooler, into someone capable of crushing stone with his bare hands and able to survive a hundred foot drop without issue.
That would neatly solve the problem of having Lelouch, the physically wimpiest male protag I've come across in any anime, hold his own in a fight without bullshit power ups. Which I am, once again, not entirely against mind you. So long as the power-up in question is somewhat believable, and not overpowered, I'm fully alright with giving characters with no special combat ability something to let them stand against others in more combat oriented worlds.
So that was the idea. Lelouch and Rolo find themselves in a new world, where Lelouch sees an opportunity to start a new life and move past the regrets of his old one. So the duo set out to begin a simple, happy life in this new world that they had found themselves in...
... only to find out that the world they were inhabiting was not going to remain peaceful unless they involve themselves in another conflict.
Neither of them should have their Geass in full working condition. Lelouch's Geass is basically impossible to defeat in any setting where giant metal robots don't exist, giant metal robots being the main reason Lelouch wasn't able to just Geass pretty much every uninformed foe he ran across. Nerf the effect or outright remove it.
Rolo's Geass is also too strong in a world where direct combat is common. Pausing time to slit someone's throat is unfair on too many levels. Nerf it to something like a slowing effect, powerful but still bearable, or remove it entirely.
... I really liked this idea. Reaaaaally liked it. I want to write it, but I don't think I will.