Author has written 5 stories for Final Fantasy IX, and Legend of Legaia.
But I'll tell a few things, anyway.
Zodiac sign: Scorpio (Occidental) Snake (Oriental) Reed (Celtic tree)
Now that the basics are out of the way...
Many of the stories I'll be putting up are the result of a particular idea or scenario getting stuck in my head and refusing to leave me alone until I put it to paper (or, as the case seems to be more and more, recently, fingers to keys.) Some of the ideas I've had for fanfics have developed into full-blown original stories, as I scrap and salvage the ideas and twist things so that the characters that I borrowed from different places become something entirely new. These would be up on my deviantArt account. Just search for my screenname, I use it there as well.
Funny things from stories or hilarious excerpts from my life
"Tag, you're it!" all the moogles shouted happily in unison. They all did a victory bounce on his back, which Zidane would not have minded, if there were not five of them doing it at the same time.
Mog was considerate. She danced on his head instead. -"Fallen" by Suikorin
"Dante rubbed the mark on his forehead, wincing and looking up at one of his vast collection of impaled demon heads on the walls of the office.
foam sword goes whizzing past head
scrunchie goes flying past older brother's head
dog is called, runs into PS2 cable, tugs game console off the shelf and onto the ground
Favorite three video games
1. Legend of Legaia: Okay, this one, I admit, is mostly because of nostalgia. It was the very first video game I ever played. It's a Playstation One game, and came out about the same time as Final Fantasy Seven. Whenever I want an old-fashioned game and just plain forget about all of my issues at work and such, this is the game I reach for.
2. Final Fantasy IX: The depth of the characters in Nine really get me, I guess. Everyone's actions are pretty well fleshed out and understandable once you start to understand their personalities. Heck, even Kuja is understandable. And he's pretty crazy. My favorite, though, has got to be Zidane. No, it's not cause he's the main character. It's not cause he's a flirt. It's not even cause he's a theif (Though that does give him points. What can I say? I'm a sucker for rogues.). It's because of the scene in Pandemonia, with the song Not Alone playing. Everyone who has played the game up to this point will understand. A bubbly, optimistic character gets hit in the face with the reason he was created? Of course they're gonna be depressed and lash out at everyone around them. I guess...I like Zidane so much cause he's so human. Heh. And that might be why there are so many OC and SI fics in the FF9 catagory.
3. Final Fantasy VI: Can you say 'Crazy magical clown takes over the world'? I sure can. Really, Kefka just takes the cake out of all the villains I have ever seen. Don't get me wrong, Kuja and Cort are both wonderful villains. They just don't have that insane flair or background that Kefka has. Not to mention the music that he has. Talk about dramatic! And he actually attains his goal! (Better than what dear Sephy can do. He gets his butt handed to him by a blonde SOLDIER reject at every turn! No offense meant to Sephiroth fans, I just think Kefka's better.) He rules the freaking world for a full year before the heroes get off their butts and kill him. Oh, and did I mention he became the God of Magic?
To Have Loved and Lost:A boy and his girlfriend are sucked into Final Fantasy Nine. They apparently are dropped into different places, and Kole, the boy, takes on a different name with the excuse of having amnesia. Instead of concentrating on how to guide the story he knows will come, he is distracted by the details of life in Gaia that were not mentioned in the game. But that's not to say that he doesn't help. The first book in the True Gaia series.
Tears of the World: After being soundly defeated and humiliated in Burmecia, Drake and the others continue on to Cleyra. Drake struggles not only with his new-found hatred of a certain red mage, but with the thoughts of changing the story he knew so well. The second book in the True Gaia series.
On the Scales of Fate:After the death of Queen Brahne, change sweeps over the Mist Continent. Exactly what Kuja has been planning comes to light, as well as several things that he has worked on in the past. Third book in the True Gaia series.
Moon of Tomorrow:Final book of the True Gai series. The Einherjar finally find their purpose, and Kuja is given his comeuppance. The world faces destruction from two sources, leaving the heroes on a race against time to prevent both.
Whispers of the Water: Two siblings are called into a video game they just got, and the younger of the two floats ashore in a little town called Rim Elm. She develops a rivalry with Vahn, and chases after him when he leaves to revive the Genesis Trees all across the world.
I started college classes to learn how to weld (and I'm probably gonna continue on for several years so I can become an engineer) so things are going slowly. Thankfully I've managed to cut down on how many stories I'm working on at a time.