Author has written 6 stories for Danny Phantom, Pokémon, Detective Conan/Case Closed, and Inuyasha.
I enjoy writing fanfic's, but mostly I love to read them. A good story is essential to my survival.
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My favorite Anime is Detective Conan. However, I also love Inuyasha, Kamisama Hajimemashita, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fairy Tail, Itazura na Kiss, Bleach, Skip Beat, Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni, Ouran High School Host Club, Death Note, Ayakashi no Yona, Anohana, Monthly Girls' Nozaki-Kun, Teen Titans, Sailor Moon, Rurouni Kenshin, Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Trigun, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Naruto, Negima, Fruits Basket, Kodocha, Ranma 1/2, Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun, Kaichou wa Maid-Sama, Angel Beats, Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, Mermaid Melody, Kaito St. Tail, Cowboy Bebop, Pokemon, Magic Kaito, and Legend of Korra
Some great movies: Grave of Fireflies, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Yobi, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Princess Mononoke, Wolf Children, and From Up on Poppy Hill
Games I enjoy: Kingdom Hearts, Legend of Zelda, Portal, Pokemon, Super Mario 64, Undertale, Ib, The Witches House, Harvest Moon, Halo, Pikmin, Sonic, and Spyro
As for TV shows I love Doctor Who, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Sherlock, Psych, Burn Notice, The Mentalist, Lie To Me, Alias, Criminal Minds, Friends, Dead Like Me, American Horror Story, The Middle, Cold Case, Danny Phantom, Arrow, and Star vs the Forces of Evil
Writing TipsSelect events to keep readers engaged. Consider high points that could not logically be omitted. Then consider cutting the others. Pace the story; readers want the story to progress, not always at the same speed. Early on, they may want to know of the characters or settings. Then you can slow it down to fill in details and set up expectations. If a person plays a role later, introduce them briefly in early paragraphs (If a dog matters, show a dog) but don't dwell on incidentals, keep the story going When choosing verbs favor active over passive. Active verbs propel action (Destiny signed the document) while passive slows it down with an unnecessary word or two (The document was signed by Destiny) Use powerful/precise modifiers. Usually, one strong word is better than several weaker ones (Scorching instead of very hot) if used correctly, it will make the reader feel the heat. Dialog is important to give characters life. It's not what they say, but how they say it, keep the words natural as well. Some people have natural gift for dialogue, so if you don't that's okay, practice helps. But if not, no dialog is better than awkward dialog. When writing first person avoid using "I" repetitively, switch it up with "Me" or "My." Also remember to become the occasional nonobjective observer.
Idea HelpFind a routine to support thought. Brainstorming techniques can help you get invested in a project. Walking, driving, or even taking a sip of tea could be your stimulus of choice. These activities help keep your body occupied, allowing insights to mature. Don't forget to record your ideas in a notebook or voice memo. Be aware though, your brainstorming habit could become procrastination. Sitting at your favorite hotspot could become social hour instead of writing. Recognize when your productivity is compromised and change tactics. If you have a subject, make a list of all the major topics you wish to cover. Add anything that comes to mind (both off the wall and reasonable) then rearrange the ideas by quality and plausibility. Keep in mind, that if you're picky or detailed from the start on the ideas, you defeat the purpose of brainstorming (In which one idea written down suggests another then another) Freewriting is method of brainstorming; nonstop writing to loosen up our clamped down way of thinking. Usually you start freewriting with a few phrases or words, then a spark goes off and words begin streaming onto the paper. Slow or fast, keep writing. The moment you settle back in your chair, you break the circuit that makes freewriting work. By forcing yourself to write you may be able to identify what really matters in the subject We get all antsy when our written work gets criticized (or even edited) because ideas we put put on paper emerge from our own thinking- writing is us. Granted, our words rarely express exactly who we are or what we're imagining, but such distinctions got lost quickly when someone points out to out work and says "that's stupid" criticism cuts deep; it feels personal. Challenges to a writer's assumptions, strategies, or evidence are part of the give-and-take of academic and professional life. You'll survive criticism and controversy if your work has integrity. But you'll have no defense at all if your writing is found thoughtless or careless when, in fact, it is. Fortunately a way to avoid the embarrassing criticism is also the best way to come up with fine ideas and impressive writing: reading. Reading can enrich your understanding, and introduce you to alternative views. Although there isn't a medical term for waiting until the last minute to write a paper. A term has arisen called executive dysfunction: the inability to plan, organize, pace, and complete tasks. We've all experienced the symptoms, calling it procrastination when it comes to cleaning the aquarium, and writers block when it comes to finishing a paper on time. Finishing a paper isn't painful, it's just, who has cleaned their room, or done the dishes rather than composing a paragraph? Writing is fragile and vulnerable to ridiculous excuses and distractions. There's also no guarantee that the labor put in will equal the satisfactory pages churned out. And if you finish readers may not like it, although you see nothing wrong. These concerns lead to readers block. Set easy goals. Don't dedicate a whole day to writing. Instead, set two uninterrupted hours. Or for long term projects try for one sentence or paragraph a day. Work in a place that limits distractions and encourages writing. Do parts you like first Try freewriting Reward yourself, it's remarkable easy for people to work with incentives, so promise yourself a prize when you finish Lastly, paragraphs should explain a whole complete idea that contributes to the paper, usually writing instructors assign 5-8 sentence paragraphs simply cause their tired of students who don't back up claims with details and evidence. A good paragraph can be as short as two sentences or as long as 20.
Revising TipsWhen revising your own work, you usually won't be able to tell what's wrong at first. Try setting the paper down for a few days/hours before revising. Then read your paper later with fresh eyes. Try reading your paper aloud, and marking parts that confuse you or your audience. How you revise you work is a different matter, some edit line by line. Perfecting a sentence before moving on to the next. Others write quickly then revise, others combine these methods. It makes sense to draft the story quickly then edit. Only cause you might spend hours getting everything right, then deciding later to cut a whole paragraph, or even trashing it to start anew. Peer editing, a scary thought. Many people become nervous when asked to play editor, though such requests come all the time: "Read this for me?" Either they don't want to offend others with criticism, or they have doubts about their competence. These are predictable reactions, but you need to get past them Your job as an editor is not to criticize writers, but help them. Read from the perspective of a typical reader. You may not be able to point out the finer points of grammar, but you know if it's boring, confusing, or unconvincing. Writers need this perspective. So you really do have the expertise to give feedback on problems that need immediate attention. Still peer editors in college will edit minimally. Focusing on tiny matters such as spelling and commas, and ignore arguments lacking evidence, or paragraphs dull enough to kill a small mammal. Simply cause it's easier to circle punctuation errors than suggest whole pages need to be reworked. So, peer edit the way you would edit your own work. Think of the purpose, the audience, and subject matter. Be specific when pointing out problems or opportunities, it doesn't help when the writer reads "Organization is confusing" so point out the paragraph where the writer went off track. You soften criticism when you offer suggestions or strategies for improvement. However, avoid the tendency for your colleague to redesign their paper to suit your own interest and opinions. Don't just point out the bad, point out the good. It's easy to overlook what's well about a paper, so find something good to say too, even about a paper that mostly doesn't work. It will help a writer who's facing long revisions. But don't make issues of it. Writers will know immediately if your scraping the bottom to find something worthy of praise. Keep comments polite, treat another writers work with the golden rule. Slips in writing are embarrassing enough without an editor making fun of them.
It’s hard to get into Detective Conan. There’s so many episodes (700 and more) and even more chapters (900 and more). So, below is all you need to know about Detective Conan condensed into an easy to handle list.
I made this originally because I was devastated that, with all the detective shows we watch, my brother said he didn’t like Detective Conan. Just... WHY!? After days of begging him to take a look at it again, he finally told me to put together the best of Detective Conan, and he’ll try it. To me the best is the plot, the interesting cases, the characters, and their relationships. So, I made this list. A few episodes into this list my brother was fascinated, and confessed that he thought all Detective Conan was about is Conan knocking out Kogoro, and solving cases with his voice. Heck no! Anyway, I’m not going to sugar coat it, you either like Detective Conan, or you don’t. Crossing my fingers, here’s to hoping you at least try it out.
Episode Tags(*) Important to the plot (Cannot be Skipped) (&) New Character (Cannot be Skipped) Go to Manga (See Note Below) (?) Conan’s Identity Crisis (!) Romance (!_!) Key or Cute Romantic Scene (#) Friendship (#_#) Key or Cute Friendship Building Scene (X) Gadget Introduced (If only tagged with this the gadget introduced is the only important thing to learn about here) (@) Interesting Episode (These can be skipped, and you will not miss anything besides maybe some clever serious action. Or a cute scene. Or whatever I thought was interesting. I don't suggest skipping them, but, your choice. If it's paired with any other tag, you can still skip it) ( ) If it’s not labeled it is an episode that’s there by popular vote. It’s your choice to watch it or not with no consequence.
For one reason or another the anime has ruined more than a few episodes, and for that I have thrown in CHAPTERS from the manga. If you do not wish to read these chapters, I have put in parentheses the episode number to go to to see what the anime has created as “fix-it’s” for the plots they ruined.
If this list is still too much, I suggest only watching the plot, key or cute romance/friendship, and identity crisis episodes.
Detective Conan Episode List1 Roller Coaster Murder Case * & ! 2 Company President's Daughter Kidnapping Case * & Chapters 6-9 An Idol's Locked Room Murder Case & !
(Ep. 3) 7 Once-A-Month Present Threat Case ? 10 Pro Soccer Player Blackmail Case X !_! Chapters 13-16 The Strange Person Hunt Murder Case * & (Ep. 128) 11 Moonlight Sonata Murder Case @ 20 A Haunted Mansion Murder Case & (Episode where children are originally introduced. Next episode is me putting the events in order) 12 Ayumi-chan Kidnapping Case X Chapters 33-35 The Shinkansen's Bomb Case * (Ep. 5 this is not an important episode in the anime) Chapters 20-25 Luxury Liner Serial Murder Case X (Ep. 22-23) 32 Coffee Shop Murder Case & 34-35 Mountain Villa Bandaged Man Murder Case @ 42 Karaoke Box Murder Case !_! 43 Conan Edogawa Kidnapping Case * & 48-49 Diplomat Murder Case * & 50 Library Murder Case * (Important only for the end scene with Agasa and Conan) 52 The Mist Goblin Legend Murder Case X 54 Game Company Murder Case & 57-58 Holmes Freak Murder Case * ? 68-70 Night Baron Murder Case @ 76 Conan vs. Kaito Kid * & 77-78 Distinguished Family's Consecutive Accidental Death Case & @ 81 The Kidnapping of a Popular Artist Case X 84-85 Ski Lodge Murder Case !_! 91 The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case @ 96 The Cornered Famous Detective! Two Big Murder Cases !_! ? (The second case which Yukiko takes Conan on can be skipped) 100 The Memories of First Love Case ! @ 112 The Seven Mysteries of Teitan Elementary School Case & 118 The Naniwa Serial Murder Case & Chapters 176-181 The Girl from the Black Organization and the University Professor Murder Case * & (Ep. 129) 130-131 The Indiscriminate Stadium Threatening Case #_# 136-137 The Old Blue Castle #_# X 138-139 The Final Screening Murder Case #_# @ 144-145 North Star No.3 Express Leaving Ueno !_! 146 Metropolitan police Love Story & !_! 153-154 Sonoko’s Dangerous Love Story & ! 156-157 Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story 2 !_! 162 The sealed chamber in the sky Kudos 1st case !_! 163-164 The Secret of the Moon, the Star, and the Sun @ 166-168 Tottori Spider Mansion Demon ! 170-171 The Blind Spot in the Darkness * & ! 172-173 Revival of Dying Message @ 174 The Twenty Year Old Murderous Intent: The Symphony Serial Murder Case !_! 176-178 Reunion with the Black Organization * 188-193 Desperate Revival Arc * !_! 199-200 Kogoro Mouri, Suspect ! 205-206 Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story 3 ! @ 212-213 Mushrooms, Bears, and the Detective Boys # @ 217-218 Megure’s Sealed Secret & 219 The Gathering of the Detectives! Shinichi Kudo vs. Kaitou Kid @ 220-221 Client Full of Lies * & 222-224 And Then There Were No Mermaids * ! 226-227 The Battle Game Trap * & 228-229 The Murderous Pottery Class @ 230-231 The Mysterious Passenger * & 233-234 The Evidence That Didn't Disappear # @ 238-239 the 3 K's of Osaka !_! @ 240-241 Shinkansen Transport Case 242 Genta’s Misfortune * # 243-244 Kogoro Mouri's Imposter 246-247 The Mystery in the Net #_# 249-250 The Celebrities' Secret @ 253-254 Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story 4 ! @ 258-259 The Man From Chicago * & 263 The Osaka Double Mystery - The Naniwa Swordsman and Toyotomi's Castle ! @ 266-268 The Truth Behind Valentines !_! 269-270 The Forgotten Memento from the Crime * 271-272 The Secret Rushed Omission * !_! 274-275 The Truth of the Haunted House 277-278 English Teacher vs. Great Western Detective * 279-280 Hooligan's Labyrinth #_# 284-285 Chinatown Deja Vu in the Rain @ & 286-288 Shinichi Kudo's New York Case * !_! 291-293 Solitary Island of the Princess and the Dragon King's Palace 301-302 Parade of Malice and Saint & @ 304 The Trembling Police Headquarters: 12 Million Hostages * ? ! 305-306 The Unseen Suspect 307-308 The Dark Footprint * 309-311 Contact with the Black Organization * 312-313 Festival Dolls # 316-317 The Sullied Masked Hero @ 323-324 Heiji’s Desperate Situation !_! 329-330 Friendship that can’t be bought #_# 331-332 The Suspicious Spicy Curry 33-334 The Similar Princesses # 335-336 Secret of the Tohto Film Development Studio ! 338-339 Four Porches @ 340-341 Hidden Bathroom Secret * 343-344 Convenience Store Trap 345 Head-to-Head Match with the Black Organization: A Dual Mystery on a Full Moon Night * 356 Kaitou Kid's Miraculous Midair Walk @ 361-362 Teitan High’s Ghost Story 374-375 A Code of Stars and Tobacco 385-387 The Dissonance of the Stradivarius * 394-396 Big Adventure in Mansion 398-399 The Strange Family's Request ? Chapter 483 Rans Suspicions ? !_! (Ep. 400) 401-402 A Jewel Thief Caught Red-Handed 406-408 Conan and Heiji’s Deduction Magic 411-412 The Shinto Shrine Torii's Surprising Code # ! @ 421 Ginko-Colored First Love ! & @ 425 Black Impact! The Moment the Black Organization Reaches Out * 429-430 Two People Who Can't Return * & 435-436 Information Gathered About the Detective Boys @ 445 Secret of the Russian Blue ! 446-447 The Sealed Western-Style Window 457-458 Sonoko’s Red Handkerchief ! @ 460 class 1-B's Great Operation 462-465 The Shadow of the Black Organization * 469-470 Kaitou Kid and the Four Masterpieces @ 472-473 Shinichi Kudo's Childhood Adventure !_! 474 The Love of Lawyer Eri Kisaki ! @ 484 Whereabouts of the Dark Photograph * 490 Heiji Hattori vs. Shinichi Kudo: Deduction Battle on the Ski Slope 491-504 Clash of Red and Black * 507-508 Blind Spot in Karaoke Box !_! 509-511 Conan vs. Subaru * 515 Kaitou Kid's Teleportation Magic @ 516-517 Furinkazan * & 521-523 Murderer, Kudo Shinichi !_! @ 524-525 Blue Spark of Hate # @ 537 Kaitou Kid vs. the Strongest Safe @ 542-543 Ikkaku Rock's Disappearing Fish 557 A Dangerous Party of Two @ 558-561 The Mansion of Death and the Red Wall @ 563-564 Detective Boys vs. Robber Group * 568-569 Inspector Shiratori, Memories of the Cherry Blossom !_! 571-572 Battle of the Haunted Warehouse's Treasure @ 573-574 The Whereabouts of the Embarrassing Charm ! 578-581 The Crisis Beckoned by the Red Omen* 575-576 The Alibi of the Black Dress # (585 Timeless Sakura's Love (Half way through this episode is where the next episode begins)) 586-587 Kid vs. the Detective Boys @ 589-590 The Worst Birthday !_! 592-593 The Detective Memoir of Monkey and Rake ! 597-598 The Scenario of the Steaming Locked Room @ 608-609 White Day of Betrayal !_! 610 The Victim is Shinichi Kudo 614-615 The Secret Played by the Diary @ 616-621 Holmes’ Revelation Arc * !_! Chapter 753-755 Emergency Situation 252 @ (Ep. 622-623) 624 A Video Letter of First Love !_! & 625-626 The Screaming Operation Room !_! 627-628 Conan & Kid's Battle For Ryoma's Treasure @ 642-643 Grabbing Karuta Cards in Dire Straits 646-647 Deduction Showdown at the Haunted Hotel * & 648-650 The Case of the Besieged Detective Agency # @ 651 Conan vs. Heiji, Deduction Battle Between the Detectives of the East and West # @ 652-655 Design of Poison and Mirage !_! @ 656-657 The Professor's Video Site * 661-662 Kogoro-san is a Good Man 667-668 Wedding Eve * & 671-674 Detectives’ Nocturne * 675-676 Won't Forgive Even One Millimeter 681-683 The Life-Threatening Broadcast of Love !_! 684-685 Froth, Steam, and Smoke 690-691 Yusaku Kudo’s Cold Case 699-700 The Shadow Approaching Haibara's Secret * 701-704 The Jet-Black Mystery Train * 705-706 Conan in a Locked Room 710-711 Everyone Saw @ 712-715 Heiji Hattori and the Vampire Mansion !_! 722-723 Sweet and Cold Delivery Service * 724-725 Kaitou Kid and the Blush Mermaid @ 727-728 The Treasure Chest Filled With Fruits 734 Jodies Memories * 744-745 The Suspect is Makoto Kyogoku ! @ 746-747 Kaitou Kid VS Makoto Kyogoku !_! @ 751-752 Beckoning Calico Cat Case 754-756 The Tragedy of the Red Woman & 759-760 The Unexpected Result Of Romance Novel 763-764 Conan And Heiji, Code Of Love ! 765-766 Teimuzu River Kite Flying Case # @
(Last Updated: 2/1/15)
Feel free to message me about any episodes you feel should be added or removed from this list, and I will re-watch the episode to consider its importance.