Author has written 2 stories for Smite.
The Jesters Glass Game.
Please refrain from making a check on the tree. It saddens it.
I mainly write original stories, and I'm fond of stories concerning other worldly dimensions.
Check it out when you have time! (Only a few stories at the moment)
There is also this blog, in which I write original flash fiction based on pictures and portraits of all kind. If you want your picture to have a story to it, feel free to PM me! (Just be sure you own it. I'd rather not get copyrighted.)
Also, I'm fond of Tuesdays and Clams, and have strange obsessions with the occult and tulpas.
Through the Eyes of Chang'e (Old Version): She considered the war strange. No bloodshed or dying, but mock-battles that pit Gods against each other. All for the reward of a wish being granted to the victors. She already has a wish, and that is to find Hou Yi. But as the "war" drags on, the unknown proprietor changes the rules to a more deadlier version of combat, one that might end the universe as all know it.
Through the Eyes of Chang'e (New Version): TBA.
Information about Through the Eyes of Chang'e
Please note: The Elysian Uprising and the Old Order are actually canon in the Smite universe. Read the Smite comic for more information.
Updates will be sporadic, as I am also an aspiring author with wishes of publishing a novel, so I am also writing an original story.
Feel free to ask any questions about the story, and I will most likely answer it.
Why Yue Tu?: This means Moon Rabbit in Chinese, and is actually ONE of the three names of Chang'e's Jade Rabbit. The others being Yùtù and Yuè Zhōng Tù. Yue Tu (Yuè Tù) means Moon Rabbit, Yutu means Jade Rabbit, and Yue Zhong Tu means Rabbit in the Moon.
Some Gods may not be loyal to their pantheon, or switch allegiance constantly.
This is just my version of how the war plays out. I am in no way affiliated with Hi-Rez.
There may be inaccuracies in the mythological aspect, so feel free to correct me.
I'm assuming Chang'e can fly since she floated all the way up to the moon.