Author has written 7 stories for Pokémon, Undertale, and Enter the Gungeon.
You probably know me as the one who wrote Broken Ideals. Or as ScytheRider's girlfriend. Either is fine I suppose.
I'm in Nursing School right nowl! Which also means that I'll be terribly busy and it'll be a bit harder to write. Adding onto this is the fact that I'm kind of juggling four writing projects at once right now. I have Shattered Selves since I said I'd start it up again, PMD: Shiver Me Timbers as a project to do for a Discord Server challenge that'll last over the year, and two original novels I'm working on that I'm hoping to publish. So there will be updates of something regardless at least once a month, but what it'll be depends on what I ended up working on.
My avatar was made by Kori Arredondo on DeviantArt, a piece I commissioned her to make.
Shattered Selves: (In-Progress) A multi-perspective Pokémon story. A sequel to Broken Ideals, though it doesn't become obvious right away. It follows many characters and their reactions to finding out that they're nothing but pieces of a whole and that they all need to merge back together. I'm trying to write this story differently than Broken Ideals in that rather than having the plot be the backbone of the story, the characters are. I wanted to make it so that I'm not actually "writing" the story and the characters are instead with their decisions. Essentially, the whole work is just a massive character study.
There's going to be a few characters in the story that belong to other people since I requested them. So for the sake of organization and so people know which character belongs to what person, here's a list of all the borrowed characters. Thanks again you guys for giving me your characters!
- Patience submitted by ScytheRider
- Jera submitted by Rotshout
- Dimia submitted by 1Noir
The cover art done was done by JA-Punkster on DeviantArt. Beta Read by soliloquy and Rotshout.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Shiver Me Timbers: (In-Progress) A Totodile is ready to live his new life as a human-turned-Totodile in typical PMD fashion: guild life, expeditions, rescue missions, saving the world, all the like. At least, that's what he's expecting. Too bad he's abducted by pirates before he and his partner can even get to the guild. Started off as a stupid idea, then stupid scenarios started shaping in my head and the next thing I know, I have a whole stupid story all figured out. Will be writing sporadically since it's a part of ScytheRider's Writing Challenge 2021 on his Discord server. Cover Art by Sapphireluna from Deviantart. Beta Read by ScytherRider.
Eon Fable: Ice: (Complete) The Glaceon chapter of Eon Fable, ScytheRider's story. I wrote the Glaceon chapter a few years ago and tweaked over time. Eventually I was given permission to post the chapter on my profile since ScytheRider was having a difficult time with the chapters before the Glaceon's. Was honestly one of the most difficult things I had to write, just because of how the story plays out. Cover Art By mudkip-chan on Deviantart.
Whispers of the Abyss: (Complete). A short story about Mystery Dungeons if they had time dilation within them. Basically, more time passes outside the dungeon than in, meaning you can be gone for literal months while in a dungeon. This is the story about a Corvisquire who decides to take on the worst dungeon there is, with the greatest time dilation. It's rumored that if you dare venture inside, you'll remerge in a world a hundred years into the future. Started off wanting to write about just the Corvisquire, then I realized I wanted to write about his teammates too. Never underestimate how much you might fall in love with the characters you make; you would be surprised how quickly and tightly they can cling to you.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Broken Ideals: (Complete). My second attempt at a PMD fanfic. My first attempt has been long deleted away due to realizing that I couldn't do a mutli-perspective story at the time. So I tried again with a more linear style, featuring a Cubone and a Zorua partner.
As the story's description suggests, it can get really, really dark when it wants to be. I did my best to make tasteful, but if you can't handle things like suicide, abysmal despair, and demonic creatures, I'm not too sure you'd like my story. Just a fair warning since I've had people over the years wishing I had warned them about the contents.
Also, because it was considered my first real fanfic, my opinions on the story are more lukewarm now. I get a lot of people still like the story and I find some fondness looking back on it, but for the most part, I consider it more a stepping stone to my time as an author on this sight than a magnum opus. So if I sound indifferent when talking about it and say to read other stories of mine instead of that one, that's why.
Cover Art on FanFiction by Donffy from DeviantArt.
RESET: (Three-shot. Complete) My first attempt at an Undertale story, which ended up becoming a one-shot that grew so long that I had to cut it into three pieces. It served as a very nice, refreshing change from my other story and let me test out ideas that fascinate me. It follows Sans's perspective as human children keep appearing in the underground world with him and the other monsters, one right after another. At first he finds it to be nothing more than strange, but then things start taking an ominous turn when he figures out each of the children look exactly like the one before them. Was written as a part of NaNoWriMonth 2015.
Gungeon Master: (One-Shot. Complete) This started off as a sassy review of Enter the Gungeon after it began taunting me for my incompetence at the game by saying things like I died because my reflexes were too slow. In some ways, I wanted to write a review in that way instead of how I normally do out of some sort of petty revenge for mocking me. It was supposed to be a review written like a story where I'd mock certain aspects about the game. However, just as I began to write the review, it suddenly changed, and the next thing I knew, it was about a certain gungeoneer discussing his thoughts about all the past gungeoneers and their futile efforts to get to the bottom of the Gungeon. I still don't know how this went from a review to a one-shot, but sometimes there are things that don't make a lot of sense.