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Author has written 49 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Digimon, Code Lyoko, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, Negima! Magister Negi Magi/魔法先生ネギま！, Babylon 5, Needless/ニードレス, Kingdom Hearts, Transformers/Beast Wars, Ben 10, Inheritance Cycle, BioShock, Young Justice, How to Train Your Dragon, X-overs, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Yu-Gi-Oh GX, Harry Potter, Aliens/Predator, and Green Lantern.
As you can see I have published a quite variety of fanfics, from manga/anime, to fantasy, to sci-fi.
But right now, not all of those categories are still active in my writting projects. For example, you'll notice my oldest fics about manga and anime are much less creative and more laxed in writting. I lost the interest in manga/anime years ago, when my english and imagination were still lame. The themes Yu-Gi-Oh (original)/GX/5D's, Digimon 02, Negima! Magister Negi Magi and Needless are no longer in my interest. Same goes for an old favorite cartoon of mine, Code Lyoko.
Now I am more focused in somewhat more grown-up material, such as Babylon 5, Transformers and more recently, the Inheritance Cycle. Also a bit of Ben 10, How to Train Your Dragon and Kingdom Hearts.
The fanfics I'm currently developping are:
All that Remains (Transformers Prime): Revolves around a post-apocaliptic world where Megatron managed to cyberform Earth because Optimus destroyed the Omega Lock too late. Now Jack, Miko and Rafael grow up as (possibly) the last humans in existence.
It's one of my best works and I get great reviews.
Transformers: TechnoEarth (Transformers Prime): During the final battle for the Omega Lock, Jack and Miko fall into the cybermatter, altering it. When the Decepticons stand triumphant and cyberform the Earth, turns out the mutated cybermatter altered the planet into a technorganic bioshpere. Now humanity must adapt with the sudden, unbelivable change to their world and their very nature. Change can either be good or bad, and not every one sees the transhumanism bestowed upon humanity with good eyes.
This one is on a temporary hiatus until I get new ideas. But it's not abandoned, I swear. I like this subject too much to left it to die.
Metal Giants (Transformers x Inheritance Cycle): During the Great Exodus from the dying Cybertron, Autobots and Decepticons lands on Earth. Millenia pass while they slumber until the newly-reformed Dragon Riders under Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira inadvertedly awaken them. Thus the conflict that destroyed CYbertron now treathens to do the same to Alagaësia.
Usually I am not one to mix science and magic. But In the fourth book, Christopher Paolini revealed several connections between magic and science from a scientific point-of-view. So I decided to give it a try. Right now, Metal Giants has completed the first season and I am taking a much needed, long break from it.
Eleanor's Utopia (Bioshock 2 x Young Justice): It was originally written by ptabs0101. His two Bioshock 2 and Young Justice crossovers cativated me and I asked permission to continue the one where Eleanor is evil. I have barely just started it. This came to me as I have recently began playing the game, though I had heard of it long ago from my brother.
Babylon V (third book of The Human Empire sage): The third installment of my Human Empire Universe, where the Centauri invaded Earth rather than Narn. Thus leading to a much diferent 23rd century humanity and a diferent galaxy. Babylon V happens during the series, years after the Dilgar and Humans became allies and brutally slaughtered the League of Non-Aligned Worlds. It's currently just a trailer, still. I'm taking a break from sci-fi
The other two installments are Risen from Ruins, which tells how the Centauri invaded and occupied Earth until they were eventually droven off by the young Human Empire (then called 'Earth Empire'); and Tale of Two Empires, that tells how humanity became invaders and conquerors themselves to levelling the playing field with the Centauri and being a step closer to settle the score. One might think the title says its a tale about the Human and Centauri empires, but it's rather about Humans and Dilgar.