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Author has written 16 stories for Suikoden, Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, and Digimon.
Name: (secret, but I am S and J) You can call me LB or Bio for short
Age: Not more than 20, but not less than 18
I am studying at the medical faculty. Aside from that, I also tutor biology. Recently I am less focused on writing because I prioritize my RL. What languages do I know? Indonesian (primary), then English, Chinese (mainly simplified, though also know the traditional), and Cantonese. I know Japanese, Melayu, and German, but not very much...
I am no longer an active author here. I am mostly here to read now... That is only if I have the time.
I am now very curious about neurology, especially about how brain works. The poll above is related to my current research about the way brain works when we read, and what actually triggers the release of dopamine, which results in us getting hooked to the story.
Scripta manent, verba volent! What I write is forever, while what I say is only temporary!
I also write at FP.
FUN FACT ABOUT MY STORIES:
Have you ever asked why Guile is portrayed as different people in my Chrono Cross stories? It's because he has no real identity in the actual game, and the speculations about him are just fun to be played with.
One of my reviewers has ever mentioned that he is a wild card for fanfic authors, so I have written him as Magus/Janus (related to Chrono Trigger, see below), a retired doctor, and a flawed magician. More may be coming soon!
Guile is rather underdeveloped in the canon and his characterization is hard to be done. If you want to write a story about Guile (whether he's Magus or not), you may check this link to read about his characterization.
Otherwise, enter the Enigmatic Room, I dare you. I know you are curious.
In Search of the Past (ON HIATUS)
Fandom: Chrono Cross
The novelization of Chrono Cross set after the Chrono Trigger DS ending, in which Magus was sent away to a forest after the battle against Dream Devourer. Unlike the actual game, this is heavily focused on Guile's thoughts and how he slowly regains his memory because it is on Guile's perspective. His development is the main focus of this novelization.
There are some changes when compared with the game, including the monsters and environment. The element system is considered as magic. Also, I will not fit in all the forty-four playable characters, obviously. A bit of spoilers: There are lots of characters not appearing here (also many parts of the game are cut), for the sake of involving the Chrono Trigger casts later on. Serge and Kid will definitely appear because they play a major role here. :)
The basic concept of this novelization is this (not only the story, but also arranging the entire plot to involve the CT casts, see below):
Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is alchemy's first law of Equivalent Exchange. In those days, we really believed that to be the world's one, and only truth. - Alphonse Elric, Fullmetal Alchemist
Fellowship (PARTLY ACTIVE WITH THE PROJECT)
Fandom: Chrono Cross
Co-authoring with Guile Mustang.
The story is strongly inspired by Digimon Tamers. Chrono Cross is back to be a popular game in Japan in 2020, and the characters are emerging in the real world. Features the minor characters of the canon (Draggy, Starky, Guile), who become partners with the real world characters/OCs in the story (Ari Yamamoto, Chikara Jikan, Yoshino Kobayashi).
I appreciate any reviews to all works, but I'll not edit anything anymore. :)
I am a staff at the community The Many Mysteries of Guile. Because I'm busy, I'm not very active. You know when I'm there: when you see my review in your story.
Recently, I've been dropping shorter reviews. I apologize, but I have to prioritize my university works. I generally review most stories I read, but for this time until this semester is over, I'll only review certain stories (in the community or updated fav'd stories). But sometimes, I may randomly review some interesting stories.
Other than games, I also watch animes like Digimon (season 1-4), Dragonball (Z and GT too), Crush Gear (Turbo and Nitro), Fullmetal Alchemist, and Ragnarok the Animation. My most favorite anime? Digimon Adventure (season 1), obviously. I watch the Indonesian dub, and recently the English sub. I also watch the English dub. The Japanese music is absolutely lovely, though Indonesia has the great translation of the opening themes too! Butterfly (season 1 opening) has always been my most favorite theme, then Brave Heart (season 1 evolution theme, but also used at season 2) is also excellent!
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