Author has written 37 stories for Contra, Bomberman, Wario Ware Inc., Mario, Wreck-It Ralph, Game X-overs, Super Smash Brothers, Kid Icarus, and Sofia the First.
Hello! You might know me from DeviantART (I'm WarioMan3K there), but in case you never did, here's the short version: I've joined FanFiction.net back in 2010 for the sake of publicizing my stories, which I normally posted on DeviantART (under the "Fanfiction" category), further. As for said stories, this may take some time or so to upload them since they were in script format. It's just that I'd have to modify them into a typical logical format, if you know what I mean.
I'll admit one thing: my writing isn't exactly college-level perfect compared with that of the professional writers in reality, let alone the famed J.K. Rowling, but at the very least, I just try my best to avoid redundancy as well as purple and beige proses alike in any way possible. That, and my DeviantART activity (along with my personal life outside the Internet) is also why my progress has been rather...well, slow at times until close to the end of 2012, so my apologies in advance. But don't get me wrong: I'm writing my stories as a personal hobby and to entertain people in any way I can.
For now, I will tell you what my favorite video game series are. I love Contra, Bomberman, WarioWare, Mario...just to name a few. Expect my fics to have a good mixture of WarioWare (and Mario, if necessary), Contra, and/or even Bomberman elements. You might think it's a pretty weird combination, especially at first glance, but as with the case of my writing not being 100% college-level material, I try to make it as comprehensible - and not completely clichéd all around - as possible. One thing I learned: we can never be too careful when doing crossover fics. Speaking of crossovers, I'll leave a little note in any of my story's short description if it's going to be just that. Of course, not all of my stories will be crossovers, depending on where I'm going. I fully understand if they take getting used to.
NOTE: I know plenty of you are already familiar with the phrase "please R&R" in any of the fanfics you might have read over the years, but don't get me wrong: I'm here to entertain as best as possible like all the other competent writers, and not just for reviews. And don't worry, I won't repeat myself in every chapter I post for any of my stories. Still, reviews are appreciated. If there's anything that seemed odd or awkward to you, in which I might have overlooked in any of my stories I've done, just shoot me a review or PM. I'll do what I can to clean up the mess, in addition to being able to revise and edit on my own without being told to do so. That way, my stories look better in the future. I mean, I can't just critique myself alone, anyway.
Speaking of which, here's my large list -- the main cast of characters I often use for my revamped Diamond City Chronicles (DCC) fic series, although some may not be in whatever short fics I write. This big description may be subject to change.
CAST OF CHARACTERS -- HEROES!
Aaron -- A primary protagonist alongside Ami, his best friend. While he's not vengeful over what had happened to his family during the Alien Wars, he's willing to protect those who he cares deeply about, whenever possible. Rumor has it that he is one of the descendants of the two legendary heroes who banished Red Falcon centuries ago. Nowadays, he fights with his Contra Rifle, yet he maintains an obvious weakness of losing whatever power-up he's currently using, upon getting hit just once. After all, anybody who's played Contra would know that the player protagonists, mostly Bill Rizer and Lance Bean, are like glass cannons.
Ami Onuki -- The pink-pom pom-haired Princess of Pop, cute half of Puffy AmiYumi, and secondary protagonist alongside Aaron. Add her ability to use bombs (which compensates for her not being as strong as Yumi), and you got yourself a Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi version of Starfire. Currently, she has Fire Bombs (black; normal bombs we always see in cartoons and Bomberman games), Ice Bombs (sky blue; freezes bad guys), and Thunder Bombs (green; electrical blasts short-circuit machinery) in her Bomberman Watch's arsenal. Of course, she does need to watch out for Skull items, which can and will malfunction the watch upon contact. She is 9-Volt's bodyguard, and she likes hanging out with him. She also owns a pink-colored bowling ball with a yellow flower design, known as the Flower Bowling Ball, which weighs 10 pounds (or 4.53 kilograms). While Ami is delicate on the outside, she's strong on the inside...
Bill Rizer -- One of the "Four Contras" along with Aaron, Ami, and Lance Bean. He wears blue clothing and a red bandanna, and resembles Arnold Schwarzenegger from Predator. During the Alien Wars, he and Lance helped Mona save 9-Volt from the wrath of the cold-hearted Arctic Bomber, Mistress of the Cold. As the years went by, they would eventually live with Aaron and Ami in Diamond City. As far as personal experience goes, he's willing to teach them what it's like to be co-leaders, and to always stay in shape to be well-prepared for any terrorist threats.
Lance Bean -- Another of the "Four Contras." He wears red clothing, and a blue bandanna. It is said that he's not a big fan of Red Falcon's. He bears a striking resemblance to Sylvester Stallone from Rambo, although he claims it to be a coincidence. During the Alien Wars, he and his buddy, Bill Rizer, assisted Mona during a fight against the mean-spirited Arctic Bomber for little 9-Volt's safety. He, like Bill, would decide to settle in with Aaron and Ami in Diamond City as the following 5 years passed since the Alien Wars. On his downtime, he would go hunting occasionally (with or without his buddy), though he'd much rather hunt evil demons and alien scumbags alike than Earth's animals everyday.
Wario -- The self-indulgent president of WarioWare Inc.; greedy treasure hunter and Mario's rival. In fact, most of his microgames, in comparison to the ones his associates made for their WarioWare franchise, are about himself. He really has a crush on Mona, although he doesn't wanna admit it in public...
Mona -- Vice president of WarioWare Inc. (only in my fics, although not in the games); Wario's girlfriend (even though Wario doesn't wanna show it). She's adventurous, and has tagged along with Wario on some of his "money-grubbin'" adventures. She had been looking after 9-Volt ever since she saved him from the evil Arctic Bomber during the Alien Wars, and is willing to put her life on the line to protect him as long as she lives. She loves bowling (why do you think she had "Pro Bowling" as a boss microgame in WarioWare: Touched!?), and owns a red-colored 12-lb. (5.4 kg) bowling ball with a fiery design, known as the Fire Ball. She's a bit of a professional bowler herself, and bowls not to show off, but rather have fun.
Blaze Bomber -- Originally a humanoid alien from another world, Blaze Bomber was once brainwashed against his will (courtesy of Red Falcon, who masqueraded as a god of this very planet he invaded, to trick Blaze) into a persistent, fire-crazy Hate Bomber with an intention of incinerating things. Because of that, the people of Earth thought him to be one of the bad guys at first. But even so, he managed to maintain his honor of not killing people or destroying nature. Since his appearance and following demise during the Alien Wars, he slowly became not-so-persistent nor fire-crazy like he was before, and yet still he kept his honor of never killing innocent civilians. Whenever he's on a downtime, he often plays video games. In fact, he seems to enjoy the Contra and SimCity game franchises. Ever since he was brainwashed against his will several years back, he had yearned for freedom. Eventually, he would be set free by the Four Contras, and his life devoted to supporting them in any way he can, both as a Bomberman and an honorary Contra.
9-Volt -- Loyal fan of Nintendo and an employee at WarioWare Inc.; he likes playing video games, and hanging out with the girls he knows well, including Ami, Cute Pink (aka. Pretty Bomber -- the good one), and even Mona. He's not a professional bowler like Mona is, but that doesn't stop him from having fun bowling with his friends. He's also best friends with 18-Volt, who is a Nintendo fan like him. He is ticklish, and doesn't mind being tickled in a playful manner by pretty and kindhearted girls (even the ones that are older than him) he knows well. One of the first cartoon shows he's ever watched, thanks to Mona, was Sailor Moon, his favorite anime show, along with a couple decent toons like The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. As of the day he turned 5, he occasionally sees a mysterious young girl named Phoebe (about a year or two older than him), whom he befriended, in his dreams. While he's just another run-of-the-mill innocent kid in Diamond City, rumor has it that he's not as ordinary as one might think, given his family history that his mother admits to have kept secret from him (alongside her then-alive husband) for a long time. Even Phoebe could sense he's no ordinary child...to say the least. Though he once had a Virtual Boy, he took her advice and got rid of it, seeing how bad its red-LCD screen could be for one's eyes after prolonged playtime.
Phoebe -- Not much about her is known to everyone except her close friends, along with 9-Volt, whom she first befriended in a dream when he was 5 years old. Like with him, she is an avid gamer; a Nintendo fan, if you will. She actually lives in a dream world thought by many to be non-existent in reality: Video Game Dream, as its princess. Her father, the king, is in charge of judging whether a video game that showed up there, was worthy of having its copies released for his people to play on their respective game consoles, on their downtime. But if the game was deemed bad, then it was banished instead to an underworld region: Video Game Nightmare. Though Phoebe isn't much into royalty like her father, and would rather be adventurous like a normal girl, she's often polite to people. She can play a piano, but she's more into her favorite activities: video games, and bowling. She and 9-Volt love playing certain multiplayer games, such as Mario Kart, Mario Party, and even Bomberman (except for "Act Zero", and for good reason too). Even today, 9-Volt's not afraid to admit that while he's good at the Mario games, Phoebe is better than him at Bomberman. Thankfully for him, she's not one to taunt people for no reason, whether it's video games or bowling. Aside from giving helpful advice, she encourages her friends to stay healthy and take good care of their own stuff, and is proud to hear 9-Volt is doing just that. Despite being a princess, she's not afraid to get dirty if necessary to protect those she cares about, especially 9-Volt. In fact, she's his very first bodyguard.
Cheerful White (aka. Bomberman; White Bomber; Shirobon) -- The hero of his home planet Bomber. He and his friends had saved it numerous times from the forces of the Hige Hige Bandits, led by Bagular and Mujoe. He's very cheerful, but doesn't like blowing himself up. He's actually in love with Cute Pink (aka. Pretty Bomber), even though he says not to tell anyone about it. On top of that, when she first challenged him to the "Bowling for Bombs" attraction one time, he was amazed at how good a bowler she was. Although he did beat her that time, they respected each other's bowling skills. He, Cool Black (his rival), and Cute Pink often hang out and go on their adventures together. He's a big fan of Mario Party, and has always wanted to participate in a Mario Party event sometime in real life with his pals. Rumor has it that he once crossed paths with Wario, Mario's greedy rival.
Cute Pink (aka. Pretty Bomber; Pretty Pink) -- One of Cheerful White's best friends. Like him and some of his close pals, she's actually a human being. Some say that she was once in cahoots with the Five Dastardly Bombers (sometimes marked as "The Fiendish Bombers" in some sites like Wikipedia), but the truth is that there actually exists an evil version of her, whom Bagular himself created along with the rest of his Dastardly Bombers. A couple things that distinguish Pink from the evil one are that her eye color is red, and her face looks rounded with her helmet on. She was once a bit selfish (not to mention a little feisty like Misty), but usually kind-hearted through and through. It is said that she's also big fan of Mario Party just as much as White is, and not just because Hudson Soft co-developed the spinoff series itself. Whenever she and her best friends visit Diamond City, she likes to hang out with 9-Volt -- not to mention that she's his bodyguard now.
THE CORE ANTAGONISTS!
Red Falcon -- This king-sized alien warmonger, hellbent on domination, was responsible for his attempted invasion(s) on Earth. He may have been defeated by Bill Rizer and Lance Bean during the Alien Wars, but rumor has it that he is still alive somewhere. Appearance-wise, his earthly body is mostly a cross between a skeletal dragon and a chimera, though his main ugly-looking head and two alien head-like snake arms were only shown in the Contra series to date. Whenever he is weakened (mostly in battle), he's usually seen as a giant one-eyed brain. Word on the street is that his body is oftentimes very difficult to rejuvenate without relying heavily on external resources, such as the infamous Crimson Stone which used to be Dracula's prized possession until his ultimate demise today.
Sniper Bomber -- Evil. Competent. Deadly. Those are among a few words that best describe the leader of the Hate Bombers and second-in-command to his lord Red Falcon. Calling himself the King of the Snipers, he was responsible for Ami's parents' deaths during the Alien Wars. His primary weapon consists of a sniper rifle mounted on his right arm, which he can change into a flak cannon at any time and vice versa. Rumor has it that he recently took a liking to heavy metal music. But, he absolutely HATES rap music, country music, and most of all, teen pop music, claiming they're bad for his brain. What he truly takes pleasure in is poaching wildlife with no remorse to relieve his boredom, given his knack for pulling off headshots, and doesn't care that it's illegal in reality. When attempting a headshot, he would always make certain it's done right with pinpoint accuracy, and without hesitation. Being second-in-command, he is ultimately obedient to a fault and will take pride in carrying out Red Falcon's plans alongside his own, namely Axe Bomber.
Axe Bomber -- A homicidal maniac of the Hate Bombers with a fetish for beheading people. He may be slow, but his armor-like body renders him immune to anything except his own interchangeable axe hands. However, he's not immune to falling into the lava. Ever since the Alien Wars, he had his mind set on killing the Four Contras, claiming he would not let anyone stand in his way. Regardless of any battle he's involved in, he could transform his sharp hands into axe blades of his own free will, and vice versa, not to mention double as gatling guns for firing deadly plasma shots. Unlike his other comrades, aside from him being the largest, he has one eye like a cyclops. Though he detests taking orders from anyone smaller than himself, his loyalty to Sniper Bomber knows no bounds; therefore he is anything but incompetent despite his sluggishness.
Purple Basilisk -- A veteran and perhaps the only survivor of the Alien Wars, Lt. Purple Basilisk is a humanoid alien who served Red Falcon prior to his leader's death. He is alive somewhere, possibly banished to the underworld until 5 years later. Not much is known about this veteran at the moment, but rumor has it that he provided Red Falcon's four "loyal generals" their new Bomberman-like bodies before the Red Falcon Empire broke out unto Diamond City's surface. Apparently, he has an "age-old score" to settle with Bill Rizer and Lance Bean...
Arctic Bomber -- A cold-hearted Hate Bomber who loves bullying children around her, and kidnapping any decent-looking man she could find for selfish reasons. She's not your typical Pretty Bomber-like character who loves gloating about her looks, but that doesn't stop her from doing anything she pleases. Don't let her looks fool you just because she appears to be a human being like Cute Pink/Pretty Bomber; she is one tough cyborg on the inside. She has just about every different kind of ice attack at her disposal -- her icy weapons of choice are the deadly icicle spears (in which she has sudden urges to unleash a "shish-kill-bob" with), and blizzards. On her downtime, she often goes bowling either to show off, or to brush up on her skills. She LOVES bowling, and absolutely adores round objects, especially bowling balls. While she detests hoisting heavy objects around, she doesn't mind handling a bowling ball at all, even at its heaviest weight allowed. For some strange reason, she has a sick obsession with bullying 9-Volt, and even wanting Aaron for her personal slave. After a while, however, both her obsession and overwhelming immaturity would get her kicked out of the Red Falcon Empire and the Hate Bombers, eventually leading her to the path of reforming herself under Bill Rizer and Lance Bean's supervision...though her aggressive attitude lives on today.
Crasher and Blaster -- Leaders of the "Contra Terror" gang. For years, they have been on the verge of conquering the galaxy, at least until they arrived on Earth after having received word that one of their loyal associates had been captured by the authorities. While they pose a threat to innocent lives, they're not as deadly as the Red Falcon Empire...to say the least.
Now that you've pretty much known my cast list, you pretty much know the drill by now when it comes to reading fanfics. R&R is Read & Review. Hopefully by then, I'll have helped the Contra series get a little more popularized along with Bomberman, although I'm still aware of the obvious: in which they're both not popular franchises anyways.
Thanks for understanding, and I hope I can be a better writer for years to come. =)
DIAMOND CITY CHRONICLES SERIES TIMELINE
(The beginning of time...) -- In the dim past, the universe as we know it was created by an Angel... The Angel created the stars, the planets, the sea, and all life in the universe. But one day the Angel was torn into two halves: Mihaele the goddess and Sthertoth the Demon of the Dark. The demon brought darkness to the universe, and Mihaele gathered seven warriors, the Elemental Knights, to fight against the darkness. The goddess and her warriors used seven magical stones to imprison Sthertoth and bring everlasting peace to the universe...Or, so they believed. (Intro from Bomberman 64: The Second Attack!)
COUNTLESS MILLENNIA LATER, ON A BLUE PLANET CALLED EARTH...
(1094) -- Somewhere in Europe, a man named Leon Belmont fought the creatures of the night, thus beginning the Belmont legend, and the origin of the supposed eternal feud between the Belmonts and Count Dracula. (Castlevania: Lament of Innocence)
(1476) -- Dracula invaded a European village of Wallachia in an effort to cover the world in darkness. Trevor Belmont stepped forth to oppose him with the help of his three allies: Sypha Belnades, Grant DaNasty, and Alucard (aka. Adrian Faranheights Tepes), the son of Dracula. In the end, Dracula fell along with Castlevania... (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
(1576) -- Dracula returned from his 100-year hibernation; this time, it's Christopher Belmont, grandson of Trevor, who stepped forth to stop him. But the inevitable victory was short-lived... (Castlevania: The Adventure)
(1591) -- ...for Dracula secretly went into hiding until the time of weakness arose. He kidnapped and brainwashed Christopher's son, Soleiyu, so that he would eventually revive himself. Even so, Christopher managed to free his son of Dracula's mind control, and obliterate the evil Count himself. (Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge)
(August 28, 1603) -- Meanwhile in North America, a large, extraterrestrial warlord named Red Falcon invaded Earth with four alien mercenaries, each paid to be his loyal generals. It wasn't long before two ancient warriors, guided by a wise sage, defeated his army, obliterated his generals' bodies, and banished him to the netherworld...
(1691) -- Back in Europe, Dracula arose from his 100-year hibernation once again to destroy mankind. It was then that Simon Belmont, the descendant of the two great Vampire Hunters before him, single-handedly slayed the Count and his loyal minions of the night... (Castlevania)
(1698) -- ...but not before the dying Count put a death curse on him prior to the conclusion of the decisive battle. Because of the curse, Simon would slowly fall ill and die. He was told in a vision one day, that the only way to break the curse would be to gather all five body parts of Dracula to revive him, and then burn him immediately. Otherwise, he would be long dead and the Belmont lineage with him by the time Dracula would awaken from his hundred-year slumber. Before the death curse could kill him, Simon managed to retrieve all of Dracula's body parts from the undead monsters, revive him, and kill him once again, thus lifting the curse at last. (Castlevania II: Simon's Quest)
(1792) -- Shaft, a dark priest, resurrected Dracula from the dead. In return, the evil Count observed Richter Belmont, descendant of Simon, for a while, and eventually had his girlfriend Annette Renard kidnapped along with a few other villagers, including Annette's younger sister Maria. Before the sacrificial ritual would befall the damsels-in-distress, Richter saved Maria, who in return helped him save Annette and the other villagers, and slay Dracula once again. (Castlevania: Rondo of Blood)
(1797) -- Approximately four years or so since, Shaft returned from his first defeat to revive Dracula, but not before brainwashing Richter Belmont with a dark spell into becoming the new lord of Castlevania. This awoke Alucard from his long slumber, thus beckoning him to explore the castle. Along the way, he crossed paths with Maria Renard, who was currently searching for her missing brother-in-law, Richter. Sooner or later, Alucard was able to free Richter, kill Shaft, and even slay Dracula for the first time since 1476. Henceforth, Richter settled down and passed the Vampire Killer to the Morris family... (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
(1917) -- Sometime during World War I, a witch practicing black magic accidentally resurrected Elizabeth Bartley, Dracula's niece who was tried and convicted of being a vampire years before. The Countess would then harvest souls of those who perished during WWI in order to raise her uncle. It wasn't long before John Morris and his long-time friend, Eric Lecarde, stepped forth to slay the undead monsters all around Europe, and stopped both Bartley and Dracula by the time they arrived at Castlevania -- located in England. (Castlevania: Bloodlines)
(1944) -- World War II was drawing to an end soon as many lives -- Allied or Axis -- had perished. The agony and hatred of their lost souls summoned Castlevania, though for some odd reason, it wasn't Dracula who was in charge, but rather Count Brauner instead. Two vampire hunters, Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Aulin, ventured to the castle in order to take him down. Along the way, they ran into Eric Lecarde, who was killed prior to their arrival, and learned that his two daughters were turned into vampires by Brauner. The only way to return them to normal was with the Sanctuary spell. And find the spell and free Eric's daughters they did. However, the truth was discovered in which since Jonathan was not of the Belmont lineage, lengthy use of the Vampire Killer would kill him just like it did his father John. Furthermore, he had to unlock its true power in a test of combat against its memory, which resembled Richter Belmont (the last Belmont to have wielded it). In the end, Jonathan and Charlotte fought Brauner, but Death warped in and killed him right in front of them, thus cutting off his magical seal that kept Dracula from returning. For the first time in history, Dracula and Death fought side-by-side against Jonathan and Charlotte, but even the combined powers of the two legendary monsters proved no match for the Vampire Hunters. (Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin)
(1999) -- Dracula returned one final time, and Julius Belmont, along with a group of companions, ended his reign of terror permanently, and sealed Castlevania from our world forever. Word on the street was that Julius somehow managed to destroy the Crimson Stone, a powerful artifact said to grant immortality, which Dracula had held since 1094... (Mentioned in both Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, and Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow)
THE FOLLOWING YEARS SINCE RED FALCON'S BANISHMENT IN NORTH AMERICA, AND COUNT DRACULA'S REPEATED DEMISE IN EUROPE...
The Alien Wars (August 28, 200X) -- Back in North America, Red Falcon rises from the netherworld to unleash hell on Earth! Bill Rizer and Lance Bean, the two descendants of the ancient warriors from 1603, step forth to stop him and his four generals, whom he reincarnated in their new Bomberman-like bodies; he calls them the "Hate Bombers" now. On top of that, Diamond City is rumored to have been built in the same area the Red Falcon Empire was banished nearly five centuries ago... (Based on Contra III: The Alien Wars)
THREE YEARS LATER...
(April 28, 200X) -- The "Five Dastardly Bombers" invade Planet Bomber, but are eventually defeated by Cheerful White (aka. White Bomber, Shirobon), who had to save himself upon getting captured. (Super Bomberman 2)
(May 29, 200X) -- Bagular steps out of the shadows and revives the "Five Dastardly Bombers" himself, and mounts an invasion on five neighboring planetoids; Cheerful White and Cool Black (aka. Black Bomber, Kurobon) join forces to kill Bagular and his evil creations. (Super Bomberman 3)
(August 7, 200X) -- Consumed with vengeance, Bagular summons the "Four Bomber Kings" (Hammer Bomber, Jet Bomber, Lady Bomber, and Bazooka Bomber) and their leader, Great Bomber, to attack Cheerful White and his friends by hurtling them back in time. Throughout the different eras (ranging from the Stone Age to a futuristic world), White and Black fought hard to free their imprisoned friends, prior to facing off against Great Bomber and the "Four Bomber Kings," before ultimately taking on Bagular for the second time. (Super Bomberman 4)
(October 4, 200X) -- Despite having lost his body long ago, Bagular was able to generate a clone of himself to keep Cheerful White at bay, while he would work on forming an empire of his own. The clone would eventually stumble upon the Dark Force Bombers, who were rumored to have once tried to reign darkness across the universe. They comprised of Earth Bomber, Cyclone Bomber, Fire Bomber, and Aqua Bomber, led by his ancestor who led an assault on Planet Bomber. The ancestors of Bomber-kind, led by the "Hero Bomber" (later known as King Bomber), fought hard and imprisoned the foursome in the Blue Crystals, and scattered them across space, hoping they might never again threaten innocent lives. Now, Bagular's clone freed the Dark Force Bombers from their Blue Crystal prisons, and set up a base around four distant planets: Forest, Wind, Fire, and Ocean. Cheerful White, having stumbled upon the situation during his space travel aboard a cruiser, has decided to set course for said planets and recapture the Dark Force Bombers. Although he eventually succeeds, the real Bagular is still at large elsewhere, having bought himself enough time to build an empire without any interference... (Bomberman World (PS1))
(November 5, 200X) -- One day, a greedy treasure hunter named Wario (well known as Mario's rival) accidentally stumbles upon a portal that led him to Planet Bomber, whereupon he planned to "strike it rich" in any way possible. Unfortunately for him, he didn't expect someone smaller -- and younger -- than himself, such as Cheerful White, to be able to chase him off. (Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!)
(December 20, 200X) -- Somewhere, on a distant planet known as Owen, an evil entity named Evil Bomber -- trapped in an underground prison for ages -- escapes to the surface by causing an earthquake. Now in full power, he steals the "Bomber Capsules" intended to defeat him during Cheerful White's visit to the planet. Despite a few injuries, White and his friends vowed to take back the Bomber Capsules and defeat Evil Bomber once and for all. The penultimate battle against the evil entity himself would eventually result in the lower part of Owen being blown off into deep space, whereas White and his friends return to the surface in glory... (Bomberman GB 3)
ANOTHER YEAR LATER, SINCE THE FIVE DASTARDLY BOMBERS' FIRST APPEARANCE...
(May 26, 200X) -- Back on Earth in Diamond City, California, Wario forms a software company of his own, called WarioWare Inc. In addition to enlisting the aid of his friends, including a few "testers" of his choosing, to help test the product full of about 200 microgames. The first in line, including Aaron, was one of Wario's old rivals: Cheerful White; the other was one White's best friends: Cute Pink (who would then become fast friends with 9-Volt). Three weeks later, WarioWare Inc.: Mega Microgame$ was a success on Game Boy Advance. Since that time of success, Nintendo had become interested and developed a "party" version of the game, called WarioWare Inc.: Mega Party Game$, on Nintendo GameCube. (WarioWare Inc.: Mega Microgame$)
(June 23, 200X) -- One day in Diamond City, Wario accidentally breaks his Game Boy Advance out of frustration after losing at a game, and brings it to Crygor Labs. Dr. Crygor, however, turns Wario's GBA into a mass production of what Wario sees as a new addition to the WarioWare franchise. Throughout the whole two months of development, Cheerful White and Cute Pink revisit Diamond City to help test the next game. Although the Nintendo DS became the newest fad around that time in the US, the second WarioWare game on GBA literally had a nice "twist" in terms of its microgames. (WarioWare: Twisted!)
(August 23, 200X) -- Nintendo releases WarioWare Inc.: Mega Party Game$ on Nintendo GameCube, while WarioWare Inc. officially publicizes WarioWare: Twisted! on Game Boy Advance; both games now available in retail stores.
(September 1, 200X) -- Desperate for a new body, Bagular finally forms the "Garaden Empire" after several months had passed, and has them create four data disks, one of which was secretly stolen by Princess Millian, fair ruler of the planet "Primus Star." Despite getting captured herself, her robot assistant, Pibot, survives to tell the tale to Cheerful White on Planet Bomber. With Cool Black too busy to help, White teams up with Pibot to fight the forces of Garaden, including a mysterious soldier named Nitros, and find Millian. Despite getting tricked on Mazone Star by a cat girl named Natia (who disguised herself as Millian at one point), White eventually reached Garaden Star to free Nitros, who revealed himself to be a Bomber Base trainee, brainwashed by Bagular to do his bidding. Afterwards, White fought the last of Bagular's forces, and demolished his rebuilt body...but not before making a last-minute escape from the exploding Garaden Star. (Bomberman Hero)
(September 16, 200X) -- Not long after Garaden Star's self-destruction, it was revealed as Evil Bomber -- thought to have been wiped out last year on Owen -- had schemed the entire operation as an intricate plan for revenge. Eventually, Cheerful White travels to the lost area of Owen, now known as Gossick Star, to defeat Evil Bomber once again -- this time for good. (Bomberman Hero)
(November 13, 200X) -- Contra 4, developed by WayForward Technologies on behalf of Konami, is released for the Nintendo DS.
(November 19, 200X) -- Nintendo brings forth the Nintendo Wii to the US, and eventually all over the world. WarioWare Inc. would then take an interest in working on a new WarioWare game for said system, but not before finishing the development on the other game for the Nintendo DS.
THE FOLLOWING YEAR HAD PASSED; IT'S NOW FIVE YEARS SINCE THE ALIEN WARS...
(February 14, 20XX) -- WarioWare Inc. celebrates Valentine's Day by bringing forth the latest in the franchise to the Nintendo DS: WarioWare: Touched! In fact, Cheerful White and Cute Pink are visiting 9-Volt and 18-Volt in Diamond City when said game came out. (WarioWare: Touched!)
WarioMan 64 (May 25, 20XX) -- Altair and the Masked Trio (Artemis, Orion, and Regulus) of the "Hawk Mercenaries" attack Earth, starting with Diamond City; a mysterious warrior named Sirius intervened on behalf of the Four Contras (Aaron, Ami, Bill, and Lance). He claims to "have a bone to pick with them." (Based on Bomberman 64)
Super Contra World (June 10, 20XX) -- The Four Contras have taken a vacation aboard the Contra Cruiser, a jet vehicle disguised as a sports car, to Dinosaur Land where the Yoshis live. Unfortunately, the 3-day vacation is quickly cut short as they discover the sudden revival of the Hate Bombers, headed by a villain with an assumed name "Malicious Bomber." Eventually, though, the Contras set out to investigate the truth, especially on the "new leader" itself... (Based on Super Mario World)
(June 10-13, 20XX) -- Throughout their journey to save Dinosaur Land, the Four Contras were not only able to deduce Malicious Bomber's identity as Red Falcon in dark armor (thanks to a dead giveaway from the all-too-familiar insignia on Arctic Bomber's helmet); they had discovered that Blaze Bomber, who was supposedly one of the Hate Bombers, was never evil to begin with, but rather brainwashed against his will the entire time. Upon freeing him, he explained that he was originally a humanoid alien from another world, which Red Falcon personally invaded to demonstrate his power as an intergalactic warlord. Only Blaze Bomber survived, but Red Falcon brainwashed him by posing as a false god. He had lived a cursed life as a Hate Bomber until now.
WarioWare: Die Hard! (June 10, 20XX) -- While the Four Contras were out saving Dinosaur Land during their vacation, the people of WarioWare Inc. have their hands full as a group of space pirates, called the "Contra Terror" gang, break into Crygor Labs to hijack the Diamond City International Airport for their evil purposes. Wario, however, isn't one to stand idly and let the black-hearted pirates do as they please. (Told in a flashback just after the end of "Super Contra World")
9-Volt and Phoebe's Dream Adventure (June 13, 20XX) -- One night in Diamond City, 9-Volt was asleep at his house, dreaming about a girl named Phoebe. She invites him to a place she lives in, called Video Game Dream. All video games from any company in the real world - regardless of whatever system(s) they're for - that are good, are welcome there for its denizens to play.
Purple Basilisk's uprising (July 7, 20XX) -- Thought to have perished in battle, Purple Basilisk was given a second chance. Despite being brought back to life along with the three remaining Hate Bombers, he decided to usurp Red Falcon's reign and create five of his own evil Bombermen, specifically to kill the Four Contras. He personally gave life to Warlock Bomber, the Black Wizard of Destruction; Boxer Bomber, the Punching Ring King; Siren Bomber, the Singing Beauty; Trigger Bomber, the Trigger-Happy Maniac; and Mosquito Bomber, the Insectoid Queen. Under their creator's command, they go by the Chaotic Bombers...
Contra: Red Falcon redux (July 13, 20XX) -- Though the Four Contras and their friends were nearly beaten to death by Purple Basilisk's newly-gained "supernatural powers" (courtesy of the infamous Crimson Stone, thought to have been destroyed along with Castlevania long ago), Dr. Crygor brought them back to Diamond City and hired a local White Wizard and a White Mage-in-training to heal their wounds. Now back on their feet, they pick up where they left off by going into space toward Red Falcon's new hideout, the hellish castle known only as Pandaemonium, to destroy the Crimson Stone and end Red Falcon's reign of terror once and for all.
Return of the Five Dastardly Bombers! (August 28, 20XX) -- The Red Falcon Empire, desperate for reinforcements, sought for the far reaches of space to find - and resurrect - the Five Dastardly Bombers. Under strict orders from Sniper Bomber, Purple Basilisk reprograms them to serve Red Falcon instead of their original creator, Bagular, as the empire instigates a World War III on Earth...
SIX MONTHS AFTERWARDS...
Contra: Project ACT ZERO (February 9, 20XX) -- Five months have passed since World War III, with the Red Falcon Empire gone for good. All seemed well, until one day on February 9, 20XX, word had spread of a mysterious project codenamed ACT ZERO. Not much was known of its purpose, at least until today...
Dangers in the past (March 15, 20XX) -- The following month since the end of General Shepherd's twisted science project on stolen Bacterion technology, all seemed well until a sudden disruption in the space-time continuum on March 15, 20XX. Sirius, thought to be dead after the Rainbow Palace incident, apparently returned to life to change history in which Nazi Germany had won World War II instead of the Allied forces, and that he'd become our world's "benevolent king." Arctic Bomber, Cheerful White, and Cute Pink are miraculously unaffected (due to protection during a test flight), and are now the only ones who must travel back in time to expose the truth about Sirius's revival, and undo the damage to world history as we know it.
WarioWare: Arcade Mania! (April 4, 20XX) -- Throughout the past several months since the complete downfall of Red Falcon and Purple Basilisk's banishment to the underworld, Blaze Bomber had been devoting himself to one goal that he feels Diamond City is lacking: to keep the retro arcades alive just the way console gaming had been kept afloat. With Penny Crygor's help, he opened up an arcade center of his own, titled Diamond Arcade World. Using the funds provided by WarioWare Inc. from the copies of their installments that had been sold to the masses for quite some time, Blaze brought in some of the best arcade games from the 80s and 90s that he could find, in addition to ordering the ones released post-2000. Only when the replicas of three certain arcade games from Litwak's Arcade showed up did Wario get interested enough to check out the digital world within... (Takes place after the events of Disney's Wreck-It Ralph.)
Legend of the Mushroom Stones (April 9, 20XX) -- Roughly two months after the fall of Project: ACT ZERO, Arctic Bomber is living a normal life at her apartment in Oakland, California, when suddenly a mysterious old woman appears before her, telling of a legend about the Mushroom Stones and their powers. Thinking this will restore her crystal-wrought castle that was destroyed during World War III, Arctic undertakes this new task without telling anyone else, though it doesn't go unheard to the rival treasure hunters with their own reasons...
The Interdimensional War (November 20XX) -- Humans and Bombermen had been migrating with each other on planets Earth and Bomber, striving to work together for the betterment of their own kind on both worlds to prepare for the inevitable invasion from an ominous threat known as the Bacterion Empire. Our heroic squad, led by the six Contras, must combat the bio-mechanical killers throughout the universe in what was rumored to have become the very first Interdimensional War as we know it. (DCC series finale, work-in-progress but not abandoned)
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