Author has written 50 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, Pokémon, Phineas and Ferb, Inazuma Eleven/イナズマイレブン, and Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V.
Decided to just reboot my profile since it has been more than a year since I last updated it and there was a lot of outdated information...and just stuff that I don't really care for anymore. But with that said, I'm going to write a couple things here. Not much right now since I don't have a lot of time, but I will update this more in the next couple of days!
Fanfiction Policies! (Note that some of my older fanfics break these policies, but future ones won't.)
1: While I appreciate each and every review I get, I do dislike reviews that are just ''This chapter was great/cute/some other positive word. Update soon!'' or something close to that. It...doesn't really tell me anything. Sure, now I know that you though it was 'insert positive adjective here', but I don't know why you thought the chapter was 'insert positive word here'. Elaborate a little! Tell what you liked and what you disliked about the chapter. And most importantly this...If you can criticize, then do so. No chapter or story I post will be perfect, as much as I have gotten some reviews saying that. There will be mistakes, whether grammatical, plot-related or otherwise. I need to know what I can improve on since there's always room for improvement. Always.
2: Do not ask me ''When's the next update?'' ''You haven't updated in forever! More when?!'' Or other such stuff. Begging me to update will not make me update any faster. Granted it will not make my updates any slower either... The thing is, my updates have no set schedule. I write when I feel like writing and I never force myself to write. Trying to tell myself ''I will update this chapter by x date'' will not help since that would essentially give me a time limit and you can't put a time limit on creativity. To put it shortly, I will update when I feel like updating, not any faster.
3: If character's feelings for another character aren't established in the canon, I have to establish them in my fanfic. For example, ShindouxAkane from Inazuma Eleven Go. It's clear that Akane has feelings for Shindou and I only really need to tell when and why they started. However, the reality is that the two barely talk and it's uncertain if Shindou shares her feelings. As such, I need to build them up instead of just making Shindou like Akane for the sake of shipping without explaining why he has those feelings. To put it shortly, feelings need to be explored if they're not explored in the canon.
4: Characters will always be the same age as in the canon. I will never write Phineas and Ferb characters as older as they are in the show. For example, I will not write Phineas and Isabella as teenagers. I do realize that this closes out some possiblities for fanfics (like marriage, grown-up humor or high school), but I'm not really interested in writing about those subjects. The only time I have broken this policy is with my Finally Back fanfic, which is honestly one of my least favorite fanfics that I have written. Which brings me to...
5: I will never delete any of my fanfics. If I'm perfectly honest, I dislike at least half of the fanfics that I have written, most of those being the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's one since they're just...bad. However, there are still people that enjoy them so it's not fair for them that I delete those fanfics. The only fanfics I have deleted are two of my older Pokemon fanfics, one of them actually being the first story I ever wrote here. But they were both so full of cliches that I deleted them because, at the time, it was hard for me to understand that anyone would like them. But I haven't deleted any since then.
6: Originality is the key. I strive to make my fanfics as original as possible, whether it's because of the setting, storyline or just the writing. As such, there are certain fanfics that I will never write. For example, Truth or Dare fanfics with a host. They're all the same and they're almost never funny. Even normal truth or dare is kind of...meh. Other such example would be if I want to write a fanfic about a certain scene, but someone beat me to it, I won't write it. For example, back when Phineas and Ferb episode When Worlds Collide aired, there was a certain scene I wanted to write a fanfic about. However, by the time I got the idea, there were already three fanfics about the same scene. As such, I didn't write it. So yeah...Originality!
7: OCs most likely won't happen in the future. One of my biggest fanfics, Duel Academy 5D's style, does feature a lot of OCs, but most of them appeared in a single chapter or were generic antagonists. The point is, none of them were the main characters. I will never write a fanfic that stars an OC, it's very difficult to get that right. End of discussion.
(I will most likely add more later)
Age: I consider myself a teenager. That's all you need to know
Personality: Anti-social, sarcastic, silent and, surprisingly enough, friendly and polite. Yeah I don't talk much or like hanging in large groups, but I'm not really rude or anything. Unless I'm annoyed, then my sarcasm is the only thing you hear. And believe me, I can be very sarcastic.
Series I write or might write about.:
Inazuma Eleven/GO: Definitely
Phineas and Ferb: Definitely
Some Yugioh series: Possible
Ace Attorney: Possible
Attack on Titan: Low chances, but I'm thinking about it.