Author has written 76 stories for Mega Man, Tokyo Mew Mew, Shaman King, Sailor Moon, Sonic the Hedgehog, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Pokémon, Thor, Marvel, Avengers, Star Wars, RWBY, Twilight, Code Geass, Gundam Seed, Gundam AGE, and Game of Thrones.
Hey, it's me, TheGirlWithFarTooManyIdeas, my wonderful readers. (I changed my name because it is apt. Very, Very, Very apt. I get a lot of ideas and they come out all at once. I can only ask that you be patient with me!)
Random Stuff About Me:
I'm a huge bookworm. Currently I'm enjoying Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, the Mortal Instruments, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the Kane Chronicles, The Hunger Games and 1632. I've also read Warrior Cats, The Lord of the Rings, the GONE series, The Twilight Saga (mostly for snark), and several lesser known series that half of you probably haven't heard of (Magonia, the Jewel, Amity. Check it out). My preferred genres are Action, Romance, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi. I'm a loner, I'm definitely socially awkward to a certain extent, I have some weird tastes, I mope sometimes, I hope to write some actual novels after I get out of high school, and I can't wait for high school to be OVER.
Some of my favorite movies include Star Wars (all of them - yes, including the prequels), the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney Animated Canon, Pixar Animated Canon, Dreamworks Animated Canon, Inception, the Dark Knight trilogy, Mad Max: Fury Road, Jurassic World, Serenity, Die Hard (and sequels), Pacific Rim, Edge of Tomorrow, Skyfall, and Cinderella (2015) to name a few.
I'm a big anime fan to. I was introduced to the medium through Sailor Moon, which is still far and above my favorite despite a few quibbles I have with it (coughDariencoughOuterScoutscough). I enjoy Soul Eater, Naruto, Tokyo Mew Mew, Death Note, the anime version of Shaman King. But my absolute favorite has to be Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. What a f--king brilliant, enchanting, absorbing story. It's the Lord of the Rings of Anime, as far as I am concerned. I'm completely in love with the protagonist, and even if the second season breaks my heart every time I watch even clips from it, I'd still do anything to own the whole series with hard copies. More people need to watch it!
I also enjoy comic books. I'm more of a Marvel Fan then a DC fan mostly thanks to that pointless and cheap reboot that started back in 2011. My favorites (a few carrying over from the movies) are Iron Man, the Scarlet Witch, Magneto, Loki, Black Panther, Cyclops, Wolverine, Thor, Superman, Wonder Woman, Raven, Starfire, X-23, Hawkeye, Nightcrawler, Wanda and Pietro Maximoff, Green Arrow and Captain America just to name a few.
I enjoy a variety of video games. This includes Mega Man (all series), Pokemon, Bejewelled (and other such puzzle games), Ace Attorney,
If there's ever a time when there seem to be a longer period of waiting for an update, it's because I'm seriously stressed out over something. When I'm stressed it's impossible to think and I'm just going to apologize ahead of time, because it looks like high school has a lot more in store for me before it's finally finished. Or it means I have a lot of homework, which is also possible given how the year's gone so far.
I'm a tomboy and I love cats. There's that too.
Also, Mobile Suit Gundam and anything associated with it is brilliant. But I'm pretty sure you didn't need me to tell you that. So instead, I'll list my favorite pilots, by series.
Gundam Seed: Kira Yamato (martial pacifist, yes please. Don't see why people call him whiny - compared to Shinji, he's positively upbeat. Mind you, I'm talking about the REAL Kira, not that omniscient angel from on high Kira from Destiny) Athrun Zala (handsome, deeply conflicted, troubled and badass - yes please) Nicol Amalfi (similar to Quatre, deserved to live) Dearka Elsman (gets all the best lines, plus the Buster is awesome) Shinn Asuka (violent, unconventional, troubled, hidden heart of gold, more astute than people give him credit for, and criminally underutilized) Yzak Joule (the bad good guy. Took a while to grow on me, but the end of SEED and his events in Destiny won me over) Lunamaria Hawke (I love her sass, plus Gundam desperately needs more girls in the hard hitting suits!)
Gundam 00: Setsuna F Seiei (stoic, layered, determined like you wouldn't believe.) Lockon Stratus/Neil (sweet big brother, tough center, badass friendly sniper.) Tieria Ede (didn't like him at first, came to like him during the second season. Interesting personal conflict) Nena Trinity (may be a bit controversial, but I love her because she's evil/crazy - and women pilots are seriously outnumbered in Gundam)
Gundam UC: Char Aznable (the original Red Comet, from which all Char Clones come. Seriously. Freakin. Badass.)
Gundam AGE: Asemu Asuno (SUPER PILOT jokes aside, it's rare to see a normal pilot be able to kick the crap out of the Newtype/X Rounder/whatever the psychic pilots are called - and be totally awesome while doing it. And then he went and became a pirate. Yes please) Zeheart Gallet (love him for similar reasons to Athrun. Pity the Third Generation screws him over) Woolf Enneacle (hilarious, badass, radiating personality every time he's on screen, and has a wolf motif. Nearly pitched my computer out the window when he died) Kio Asuno (I feel SO BAD for this kid!)
Stories Planned for the Near Future
The Ultimate (Gundam SEED)
Kira never had a reason to know about his troubled birth secret...until one day on Orb, a cruel mercenary storms into his life and changes it forever. Sneaking and tricking his way to the Mendel Colony with his new foster sister Miriallia in tow, Kira discovers the awful truth as a child...and accepts it, though it makes him a somewhat different person. Armed with this knowledge, Kira begins to quietly foster his incredible capabilities - in and out of various mobile suits - when the Bloody Valentine Tragedy hit the horizon, things spiral out of control - more than anyone could have anticipated.
Rating: T-M (violence against minors, war scenes, medical procedure)
Galatic Gundam (Gundam SEED/Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
The Force has been known to be mysterious. However, abducting a warship and five combat machines from an adjacent universe was a new one, even by the standards of the mystical. The Archangel and the Four ZAFT pilots find themselves abruptly whisked from one war, to a much bigger one, in a much bigger universe. During a clash where the four end up preventing Seperatists from attacking a defenseless plant, at which point the Archangel comes in to assist, saving them from running out of power. Begrudgingly working together, the naturals/coordinators find themselves defending themselves from General Grevious's retaliation, which in turn gets them noticed by the Jedi and the Republic. In which Nicol, Dearka, Miriallia and Cagalli find out they're force sensitive, Kira has Anakin Skywalker playing big brother for him, Athrun and Natarle learns the distinction between following orders and doing what's right, Murrue goes from Captain to General, love blooms, battles are fought, and Rau le Creuset has no idea what's going to hit him when the Force comes to Earth and the PLANTs.
Rating: T (war scenes, swearing)
Duel Destiny/Destiny Phoenix
Yzak Joule hadn't planned to teach at the academy. Shinn Asuka hadn't planned to put his faith in another person ever again. But once they've met, everything changed. It was rough at the start; over a year their bond deepens. It steadies Shinn. It restores Yzak's faith. He's proud of his friend when Shinn receives the redcoat, the Impulse, and his transfer to the Minerva. However, trauma is not the only thing that has difficulty lying in its grave; some revenants have different goals from others, and in the mind of the malevonent, a dark and sinister Requiem is being preformed...
Rating: T-M (war scenes, violence, some gore, PTSD)
The Future Belongs to the Mad (Harry Potter/Suicide Squad)
At one, Aria Potter was sent to live with her aunt and uncle. At seven, the family moved with Grunnings to Gotham City. At eight, their attempts to repress her magic caused her to turn in on herself a la Ariana Dumbledore, blowing up an entire city block and vaporizing everyone too close. At twelve, Aria starts a Purge of Gotham's corrupt police by throwing a truck through the entrance of the GCDP, after a cop murdered the first person to treat her with any sort of humanity. At thirteen, she was moved from various mental hospitals to Bella Reve. At sixteen, Amanda Waller puts a nanite explosive in her neck and puts her on the Suicide Squad. Aria becomes the Heart for some of the most dangerous criminals alive...and god help anyone who harms the Heart.
Rating - M. (violence, blood, mental trauma)
The Geass King (Code Geass)
The SAZ Massacre woke something up. An ancient creature, from which both the Geass and the Ragnarok connections were born. A monster, with all the power of Geass and dressed in Euphemia's body, emerges from the wreckage and gore of that night with a simple goal in mind - to reforge this world and those living in it as its kingdoms and its servants. The Geass King is powerful, immortal and views humans as his chattle and servants. Lelouch, still reeling from accidentally causing his sister's 'death' (or did he?), is now forced to confront the demon in her body and fight the greatest war in mortal history.
Rating - M (violence, war crimes, body horror, sexuality)
Kill All Japenese? No, It's the Empire Who Is Evil! (Code Geass)
Lelouch, when explaining how his Geass works to his younger sister, says instead of those fateful words, 'I could order you to publicly denounce Britannia, and all it's evils, and swear to end them'. Euphemia, her fear of standing against her sister/family torn away by the Geass, promptly agrees and passionately rails against the evils of her wretched home kingdom, before rallying her supporters to Zero. Fighting breaks out, Suzaku decides that his loyalty lies not with the current Britannian Emperor, but with the just princess he serves, and the Black Knights protect a Britannian royal for the first time. Lelouch crowns Euphemia Empress of Britannia, and the once proud kingdom descends into civil war. Who will claim the throne, and the Thought Elevator?
Rating - T/M (war scenes)
Totally Irrational Fangirl Complaints/Opinions about my Favorite Books/Comics/Stuff
Game of Thrones: I stopped reading Game of Thrones books from start to finish after Storm of Swords. The story is addicting, and I still read the chunks of the books dedicated to Dany, Arya, Tyrion or Jon, but there's only so much upsetting trauma I can take. (fuck Walder Frey and Tywin Lannister. Seriously, fuck them.) It's probably intentional that all these bad things are happening and the story can get so frustrating, but I dunno - I could use a few victories along with the slew of depression and death. Plus, I despise Littlefinger's Karma Houdini warrant and his apparent invulnerability. There's everything else that's happened during the war of five kings, but people far safer then him have died and yet he survives like a damn cockroach. Ugh!
Warrior Cats: I never read the fourth arc all the way through - it kinda lost me after Dovewing got introduced. Plus, while I think it was a poetic touch that the main series begins and ends with Firestar, he's also my favorite and I don't like that he dies and is replaced by Brambleclaw, AKA Gary Sue that everyone props up as wonderful. (seriously, Graystripe should have been deputy again if they HAD to kill Firestar). Plus, I don't get the whole second death thing in the Starclan/Dark Forest thing - how do you kill spirits/souls??? Also, I HATE who Onewhisker/Onestar turns into in the third/fourth series! He was one of my favorites and they turned him into a complete ass! Agh! Eh, if I write fanfics, they're probably canon alterations in the first two arcs and maaaaybe the third.
The Mortal Instruments/Infernal Devices: Again, I will mainly focus on the first three books. Sebastian kinda felt like a voodoo shark during books four and five (though book six was a suitably epic note to end on.) I also have an irrational dislike of Tessa thanks to her attitude during Clockwork Prince and her excessive references to Wuthering Heights (chalk that up to another person who missed the point of that book...) and her romance/marriage to Jem (plus his randomly gaining immortality at the end of the series) felt incredibly rushed to me, and very unlike the passion-fulled Clace romance from the main series.
Marvel Cinematic Universe: I frickin despise Odin. I think he's a cowardly, hypocritical, cold-hearted, senile, self-centered old man. Expect that to come up A LOT in my stories. Plus, I don't like the conclusion to Agents of SHIELD, which comfortably settles down into blindingly black and white morality and conveniently absolves SHIELD of any immorality by blaming it on big bad HYDRA. (though I admit I do like that twist. I had actually entertained it before and was kind of blown away by being proven right.) Also, if one of your villains (do you have to ask who?) is often more likeable then the main character...eh...either you're doing something wrong, or your framing who's the protagonist wrong. I'm also pissed that they killed off Frigga. Wow! There goes the only other Asgardian I entirely adore! Damn it Marvel, don't go back to Fridging! (I have a few problems with Thor now and then, though that's not to say I hate him.)
Am I the only one who thinks that Tony gets more flack then he deserves? Don't get me wrong - he can still be an arrogant berk who makes irrational decisions - but people around him seem to entirely ignore how he changed after his kidnapping! Steve is particularly infuriating in this regard; he says that Tony's not a hero for not wanting to thoughtlessly martyr himself when there are perfectly clear third options to take, and the movie's clearly on his side - except - why should you lie down on a wire to let people cross when you can cut it?! There are people who want him to come home too you know! It's not immoral to want to get yourself out as well as the guys you're looking out for! And it's like whenever there's a problem, Fury and the others totally ignore that Tony tore apart a terrorist syndicate, took down a lunatic using his technology while buying time for his expo to evacuate, has dealt with a ton of emotional baggage but hasn't let it break him, shut down his weapons development and in general has saved thousands of lives! Geez! Show him some frickin respect, Steve! I would have expected you of all people to know better then to say 'we have orders, we should follow them'. Gee Steve, didn't you have a few unpleasant encounters with people who said something similar back before you were frozen!?
Code Geass R2: I feel like the second season isn't as good as the first. My biggest beef is the betrayal of the Black Knights, mainly because of HOW it happens. They listen to f--king SCHNIZEL, one of their sworn enemies (who, mind you, has just NUKED TOKYO), and take his word for it...for some reason...and then VILETTA (hate you so much, bitch!) comes in and says 'yeah you should totally believe him and betray Zero'. F--king Viletta, who shot Ohgi in the back (and for some reason he's still in love with her after that. Man, love really does make people stupid, and crazy!) and was a loyal Knight of Britannia! Why would you listen to them?! That, of course, all leads into the Zero Requiem, and goddamnit but I haven't bawled so hard at the end of a movie since I watched James Cameron's Titanic! Granted, the 'Euphenator' incident proved that when shit went down hill, it went downhill FAST, but at least those other times felt somewhat justified! This betrayal didn't!
Gundam SEED: Destiny: ...(puts head on desk) Uuuuugh. This show had a lot going for it! I didn't mind the fact that there was another war started - it would be like the World War II to SEED's World War I. I didn't mind that Athrun rejoined ZAFT - the way Durandal attacked his psyche and manipulated his sense of guilt and duty made sense. I didn't even mind that some of the big conflicts could have been resolved if the two sides just SAT DOWN AND TALKED TO EACH OTHER, because the Colony Drop probably wasn't leaving people in the mood for talking. But then Stella died. And everything became a COMPLETE MESS! I HATE how Kira has been upgraded from a gentle boy with a good heart to an insufferable messianic saint who's never wrong! I HATE how Athrun is forced to recycle his character development from the first series rather than coming to conclusions independently like I think he could at that point! I HATE how Shinn, a fascinating and unusual Gundam Pilot, gets completely short changed and forced out of the protagonist slot for the Hyper-Flanderized Kira! I HATE how Cagalli becomes weak, insufferable, bratty and an actual detriment to the plot! I HATE, HATE Orb's arrogant hypocrisy and how the narrative goes out of its way to protect them when they NO LONGER DESERVE IT! I HATE Rey Za Burrel for how he FURTHER screws Shinn over and leaves the poor boy practically insane by the end! ARGH!
Gundam AGE: I love the generational concept; it was something no one had really tried before and allowed for a huge scale. Second Generation is far and above my favourite and the best written. Then there's Third Generation. (siiiiiiiiiiiigh) I have a high tolerance for things that some people don't like (you can see I love Destiny and Suicide Squad) but seriously? Eff the ending to this show. With a freaking rake. If that's what a Happy Ending is supposed to look like, I'd rather go out Romeo and Juliet style. Screw over one of your most nuanced characters (Zeheart) to do so along the way? Screw that too.
The Hunger Games: This seems to be split into two factions - those who hate Mockingjay and those who don't. Me? I hate Mockingjay. I hate that it kills Finnick, one of its most interesting characters, just for shock value. I hate that it kills Prim, tearing away what made Katniss's conflict in the first book so compelling and what she's been fighting for all this time because LOLZDARK!! I hate that it goes the stupid 'lesser of two evils' route despite the fact that all we have to show for the Rebellion being EVUL is the word of President Snow, who's most likely LYING to save his own ass! And I hate Peeta. UUUUGH. Telling me over and over that he's the most wonderful thing since sliced bread while simultaneously have him be absolutely useless AND at times a COMPLETE detriment to her is not going to convince me! Why couldn't Katniss's love for Prim and Rue be reason enough for her to be the Mockingjay?
Random things that annoy me in fanfics.
Bad Grammar. I admit I overlook spelling mistakes sometimes and have to go back and correct them (due to not having a beta), but fanfics where the sentences run on, periods are in weird places and generally looks like it was written by a five year old? Yeah. Poor literacy is a huge pet peeve of mine especially since I enjoy writing and reading so much.
De-Powering female characters: I hate it when a strong female character is reduced to the role of 'weeping love interest', especially if it's in the name of making a non-canon ship possible. I hate it even more when she's turned into a 'possessive psychopath' so her love interest has a 'reason' to turn to some other chick. It's a nasty stereotype of female exs, loaded with double standards and leaves a bad taste in the mouth.
Constant Mary Sue Accusations: God almighty! I'm so sick and tired of putting a female character in an important role and immediately getting people yelling MARY SUE! It's especially galling when you consider that men in similar positions aren't given a second glance! I mean, fuck, really? Luke is the force sensitive savior of the galaxy who became a jedi with a year of training and that's fine, but Lena Duchannes being one of the most powerful Casters ever? SHE'S OBVIOUSLY A SUE BECAUSE A GIRL CAN'T BE THAT POWERFUL WITHOUT BEING PERFECT.
Slash fics with misogyny: Uh...guys...two guys/girls can be in love without labeling their canon/teased love interests as 'sluts', 'whores', 'homewreckers' and the like. Trading one prejudice for another isn't any better then your average token homophobe. I enjoy slash fics when the girls are treated as human beings...not the ones where they're made into the Ultimate Evil for the sake of drama.
Couples I support
Harry/Ginny (yes I like her a lot! Yes, I think there is actual substance to their relationship! Yes, I think she's an interesting, balanced character! Yes, I think they work well together! This is my favorite HP pairing, she doesn't deserve the demonization she gets so often!) OTP
Harry/Luna (I like their interaction and I think they could have been something more if Ginny had never been interested in him. I don't like that in the Epilogue Luna gets shoved off on some guy who never appeared in the series instead of someone we see her interact with)
Harry/Daphne and/or Astoria (I enjoy the concept and the fact that it's a handy way to show some actual heroic Slytherins [Snape doesn't count because he's complicated] also the fics I've read with this are a lot of fun.)
Hermione/OC (frankly I don't think most of the HP guys that we meet are the right kind of guy for Hermione in the first place, so this is the happy alternative)
Lavander/Parvati (this idea walked into my head when I read about how close they were, coupled with the fact that by the end it kind of feels like all the main characters are paired up in heterosexual rows, so its interesting for the characters and a deviation from the norm)
Remus/Tonks (Remus deserves happiness! And I love Tonks!) OTP
Sirius/OC (as long as said OC is interesting and their own character. The Dangerverse is a good example of someone doing this well. Poor Sirius could use something uplifting after years in Azkaban)
Severus/Lily (I love The Moment It Began, and it's also good as a posthumous tragedy. Poor Snape)
Peter Parker/Mary Jane Watson (Joe Quesada, there is no curse on Elfish, Entish or the tongues of men in any universe that could sum up how much I hate you for One More Day. Peter and MJ belong together. End of Story. No creator's pet that you could ever dream up would be better for Peter then Mary Jane. They're perfect for each other, and I never say that lightly) OTP
Steve Rogers/Sharon Carter (I really do adore Sharon's character, especially when she's with Steve. The two of them are good together, even with the baggage of her being related to Peggy)
Tony Stark/Pepper Potts (the dialogue between these two whenever they're on screen together is hilarious, honestly, and Pepper is really fun to watch on screen. I wish Iron Man 3 had given her a suit instead of totally wasting a perfectly good character in Tony's antagonist) OTP
Bruce Banner/Betty Ross (there's something just so sweet about this relationship, both between Betty and Bruce and how protective the Hulk is of Betty. The emotional weight these two share is absolutely adorable. I really like Betty as a character, too.) OTP
Thor/Jane Foster (I think Jane gets a bad reputation, she's not nearly as flat or irritating as many female supportive characters have been in her position. Besides, their interactions are so cute!) OTP
Loki/Tony Stark (okay fine, this idea stole its way into my head, and now it won't leave me alone. Even just a platonic relationship between these two is as plausible as it is hilarious and interesting [provided Loki's sane at the time] and I'm working on an alternate universe where Tony was born a girl [among other things] and they hit it off quite well [snickers])
Loki/OC (...What? A girl can dream. And hopefully make interesting, three dimensional original characters for this kind of story)
Wanda Maximoff/Vision (remember when I said I wasn't a huge Vision fan? Well Paul Bettney made me a goddamn liar because Vision is amazing and these two are utterly adorable in their moments together!)
Clint/Laura Barton (I was surprised to see her but she and their kids are utterly adorable! I love it and the depth they give Clint)
Pietro Maximoff/OC (...don't judge me. [mine!])
Zero/Iris (I wish she hadn't died) OTP
Zero/Ciel (pretty much confirmed on Ciel's side, especially thanks to the ending of Z4, though since Zero's feeling are much more ambiguous I rank it just below Zero/Iris.)
Axl/Cinnamon (moe couplet for the win)
Vent/Ashe (serious guy, energetic girl, sassy chemistry) and Grey/Aile (the boy seeking a purpose and the girl who was uncertain of hers until she was reassured...yes please)
Craft/Neige (for the little screen time they had together, I could see how much these two loved and influenced each other. I wish I could have ended more happily)
The Mortal Instruments
Jace Herondale(Lightwood)/Clary Fray(Fairchild) (I love these two so much!) OTP
Jocelyn/Luke (goes without saying)
Alec/Magnus (self evident as well)
Emma/Julian (let's hope this is solved a little less messily than Clace, though that wouldn't make for good drama now would it?
Game of Thrones
Sansa Stark/Sandor Clegane (I'm a sucker for beast and beauty romances, and though I should have known better then to expect George RR I'll-kill-everyone-you-love Martin to let it happen it's still my favorite Game of Thrones couple, even if its nearly impossible given the setting)
Robb Stark/Talisa Maegyr (Walder Frey and his brood need to go and die in dragon fire. Seriously.)
Jon Snow(Stark)/Ygritte (It didn't end any more happily, but I love it still)
Ned Stark/Catelyn Tully (again, goes without saying...poor, poor Cat...)
Rheagar Targaryen/Lyanna Stark (RL=J confirmed people! Besides, never liked Robert, and Barristan's recollections make Rhaegar sound like a totally adorable dork. Too bad Aerys had to ruin everything.)
Daenerys Targaryen/Jorah Mormont (Okay, I know I made Ser Friendzone jokes just like everyone else, but please showrunners - just give us this!)
Leia Organa(Skywalker)/Han Solo (Two words...or rather, two sentences. "I love you." "I know.") OTP
Kylo Ren(Ben Solo)/Rey (I can't exactly rationalize this like Leia/Han, but these two have electric chemistry. I found myself considering Kylo/Ben attractive and I hope that, in the future, he'll prove to be more like Anakin Skywalker than Darth Vader...there's a jedi truth)
Anakin/Padme (the original star crossed lovers of my childhood...seriously, when someone explained Romeo and Juliet to me, I was like, 'oh so like Anakin and Padme right?' I was a very cute kid, let me tell you) OTP
Jyn Erso/Cassian Andor ([salutes Rouge One] You did good, you two...I only wish you could have lived long enough to see the results of your sacrifices. If only they had kissed before the laser hit...) OTP
Lelouch vi Britannia/Shirley Fenette (Hey look! The ordinary high school girl isn't the absolute bane of existence in this anime! She's actually really sweet and likable, and her affection for Lulu is so adorable and genuine! And a regluar, kindhearted presence in his life will surely provide a desperately needed stabilizing agent to his plans. I sure do hope nothing horrible happens thanks to his duel identity as Zero! [sobs in corner]) OTP
Suzaku Kururugi/Euphemia li Britannia ([bawls] Euphy!!! These two were so precious together...a true lady and knight couple. Star crossed lovers to the end.) OTP
Cornelia li Britannia/Sir Guilford (their interactions were the only times I felt empathy towards Cornelia. Props to that)
Serena Tuskino/Seyia Kou (I really don't like Darien. I just don't. He's a millstone, a jerk, and incredibly cliche to boot. Not to mention they scream DESTINY!, the minute a problem comes up which just goes to show you can't force OTP. I much prefer the more emotionally expressive and empathetic Seyia with Serena. He's so good to her!) OTP
Amy/Tiaki and Mina/Yaten (they go hand in hand with the above, and both couple's interactions were adorable)
Kira Yamato/Athrun Zala (it's a beautiful, tragic, star-crossed lovers set up. I love their tender reunions, their struggles, and their interactions both while on opposite sides and when they finally reuinte for good. I think if one of them had been a girl, this would be canon for absolute sure.) OTP
Athrun/Lunamaria Hawke: (Savvy, quiet guy, energetic, spirited girl. Once Luna gets to understand Athrun a bit better, rather than by his reputation, I think they would make a lovely pair. No offence to Cagalli, but I am sick unto death of the tsundere romance and besides, I don't think the pair really clicked very well outside of stressful situations.)
Athrun/Meryin Hawke: (If you discount the above, Meryin actually seems to understand what's going on under Athrun's soldier mask and she's willing to help him with it. That's super important and I wish they had more screentime together.)
Kira/Lacus Clyne: (What can I say? Not much, but hey - it's sweet, and Lacus is a great support to anyone she cares about. Sure they hit a bit - okay, a lot - of Shipping Bed Death syndrome in Destiny, but that's probably just poor writing.)
Dearka Elsman/Miriallia Haw (Ah, second love, Han/Leia style snark interaction, screw Destiny for not following up on it. They get married in my headcanon and that's final.) OTP
Shinn Asuka/Stella(r) (...poor, poor Shinn and Stella. He was the first good thing to ever happen to her, and she was a precious person he failed to protect. They deserved a happy ending damn it!) OTP
Lockon Stratus(Neil)/Tieria (You let him in too deep, Tieria...there's no shame in admitting that [winks])
Quatre Winner/Trowa Barton (Everything about their arc after Trowa first brings Quarte out of his grief stricken madness screams shipping to me. Seriously.)
Zechs Merquies/Lucrezia Noin (Everything you could want in a beta romance and more. Pity they never kiss on screen; I would have loved a flash forward to see their kids.)
Asemu Asuno/Zeheart Gallete (Their relationship is the heart of the second generation; Romary is a complete non entity, and Zeheart basically declared his love as he was dying both in the show and in Memory of Eden.) OTP
Couples I am Neutral On
Harry/Susan: (eh, why not? I could see it as long as we avoid the Lord!Harry pitfall)
Harry/Tracey: (similar reasons to Harry/Daphne(Astoria))
Ginny/Luna: (it's cute, just not my first choice)
Ron/Luna: (eh...maybe with a lot of character development on Ron's side.)
Natasha/Bucky: (I prefer it to Nat's other potential lovers from the movies due to more exposure to it, but I'm not quite as emotionally invested in it as some others listed above. Though that may change soon)
Tony/Bruce: (generally I prefer their platonic interactions, but I could see it happening if they swing that way [or if one is female])
Steve/Natasha: (it's an interesting concept, and they had great chemistry in CA: TWS)
Serena Tuskino/Raye: (sure, why not?)
Robb/Jeyne: (Jeyne doesn't have a whole lot of character [honestly in the books she feels more like a plot device to facilitate the Red Wedding, but it's potentially interesting)
Loki/Darcy: (I could see that being really funny, just not my first choice.)
Couples I hate
Any incest pairings: (dear god, no! Just no! Why would you do that?!)
Thor/Loki: (way too much like incest. They grew up brothers, people)
Steve/Tony: (Yeah, no. They're not compatible and its everywhere. Not interested)
Ron/Hermione: (constantly being at odds with someone does not equal romance. Their relationship would end up mutually destructive [Hermione gives it as good as it gets, folks. Remember the birds?])
Harry/Hermione: (I direct you to my endlessly repeated rants. Even if it could be done well, I am permanently soured on it)
Draco/Harry(or Ginny): (Nope! nope nope nope! They hate each other, and it would be even more destructive then Ron/Hermione)
Snape/any student: (age gap, people! Statuary rape is a crime!)
James/Lily: (I really, really, really hate James Potter. Here's a problem when writing a character who goes through an arc in the backstory -- When his only significant page time is acting as unlikable as possible, it does NOT leave a good impression on the reader.)
Cersei/Anyone: (crazy evil bitch doesn't do romance. She uses people)
Joffery/anyone: (I don't hate any GoT character enough to condemn them to that)
Ramsey/Theon: (pass the brain bleach, please!)
Ramsey/Anyone: (seriously, you people scare me!)
Serena Tuskino/Darien: (no, screaming DESTINY!, whenever Darien wrecks the relationship isn't going to convince me they're meant to be, reincarnation romance be damned. And that's a big thing for me to say, because usually I love this sort of thing)
Katniss/Peeta: (Peeta is not snow white. He is an incredibly creepy boy who used the Games to invoke Stockholm Syndrome in the girl he was obsessed with, is a complete detriment to Katniss's efforts, constantly needs to be saved and should NOT have married her at the end especially because he still had fits where he tried to kill her!)
Natasha/Bruce Banner: (This one falls in the WHHHHHHHHYYYYYYYYYY department. Why was this even necessary!? They had zero chemistry in the first movie and their subplot is completely phoned in. Not to mention they use Natasha's traumatic forced sterilization at the hands of the Red Room purely to facilitate their romance, which is just awful. How insecure is the heterosexual agenda if they need a token romance in every movie!?)
Viletta Nu/Kaname Ohgi: (This is less about chemistry than how Viletta turns Ohgi into an idiot and facilitates the Black Knight betrayal, yet they STILL get one of the happiest endings when she did nothing to deserve it! God damn it!)
Shinn/Lunamaria: (Um...what? Seriously, this was so tacked on and rushed I have nothing to say. I don't hate Lunamaria - I'm actually quite fond of her - but no to these two being together. I'd rather ship her with either Athrun, Kira or MAYBE Rey Za Burrel)
Some of My Favorite Quotes
"Never Tell Me the Odds!" -Han Solo, The Empire Strikes Back.
"I do need all of you. Please. Help me." -Princess Serenity, Sailor Moon season 1 finale
"Freedom is the right of all sentient beings." -Optimus Prime is best leader, Transformers: Dark of the Moon
"You were going to destroy everything...you were going to end the story...you're not the one to make that decision! This is my life, my story!" -Ashe to Master Albert, having just defeated him in the final battle of Mega Man ZX Advent.
"I, Lelouch vi Britannia, do command you all...DIE!" -Lelouch aka Zero lets me know how I'm going to love his character, episode 1 of Code Geass.
"Grandpa, you're just controlled by hatred! You're no savior!" -Kio Asuno finally telling off Flit, episode 44 of Gundam AGE.
"I wish I had the power to erase witches before they're born. Every single witch, from the past, present and future! [...] I don't care what I become. All the magical girls who believed in hope and fought witches...I don't want them to suffer and cry anymore. I want them to be at peace. And if that goes against the laws of the universe, then I'll just rewrite those laws. Now! Grant my wish! Incubator!" -Madoka Kaname shows her messiah credentials, episode 12 of Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
"Puny God." -Hulk disputes Asgardian superiority, The Avengers (2012).
"YOU! SHALL NOT! PASS!" Gandalf the Grey makes a stand, Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
"I never cared about justice, and I don't recall ever calling myself a hero. I have always fought for the people I believe in. I won't hesitate...if an enemy appears before me, I will destroy it!" Zero cements himself as my favorite hero ever, just before destroying Wiel/Ragnarok, Mega Man Zero 4.
"You shouldn't have killed my mom and squished my walkman." Peter Quill secures his position as my favorite Marvel hero in Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2.
"Dormammu! I've come to bargain!" Doctor Strange punches out Cuthulu, Doctor Strange (2016). And shortly thereafter... "They should really put the warnings before the spells." ...points out negligent OSHA on magic spellbooks.