Author has written 3 stories for Golden Sun, Elder Scroll series, and Fire Emblem.
Current Activities as of 5.4.14: None. I'm not current. Sure, 56% of my mass is water, but I rarely go with the flow.
About Me: Hallo there, and thank you for clicking on the link attached to my silly nom de plume just because you can. Now, I know what you're thinking: why is there a profile here? Shouldn't it be somewhere else? What is the purpose of life if such drivel like this isn't stripped from the whitewashed wall of the 'Net? Well, scarper off! I don't need to answer those blithering questions! Okay, okay, I'm sorry if you find my last few sentences scathing. Please don't think so. I love you, and I think we would make an excellent couple. I will even let you name our first child. No, scratch that, not really. I'll likely name the child no matter what.
Let's see . . . what to talk about regarding myself? I guess the name is a good start. I'm Thanny, short for Thanatos Daedalus and long for Th, but please feel free to call me anything except Late for Dinner. I am a connoisseur of books and a novelist, and while I have nothing published yet I learn from all of my successes and failures, my masterpieces and my wretchedly wretched scribblings. To be a universal writer unbounded by rules and regulated language is my aspiration, and this WILL be acquired someday.
Beyond my literary background, I enjoy a good laugh with my few great friends, play chess and a few online games with some folks I both know and don't know, role-play a mite, go on walks up and down my beloved mountain, and spend time with the most amazing person I have ever had the pleasure to meet. If said amazing person is reading this, I hope that is a serrated grin is creeping up on that wonderful face of yours.
Sources of Inspiration and Enjoyment: There are many gaming series out there that match my picky palate, which is probably evident by my stories, if you have checked any of them out previously. My personal favourites are The Elder Scrolls, Fire Emblem, Golden Sun, Heroes of Might & Magic, Jazz Jackrabbit, Knights of the Old Republic, and Star Fox, but outside of those series lie a few precious gems I very much adore and snuggle with upon occasion, namely Secret of Evermore, Dragon Warrior Monsters, Final Fantasy 6, the original Harvest Moon, Pokemon Red, and Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
This may sound odd to you, but a sizable amount of both inspiration and enjoyment come from the aforementioned dearest person in my life. We spend many a time together babbling over discussions, basking in silence, and playing games like the crazy kids we are, and yet I derive such pleasure in said person's company, the two of us growing ever closer and building a deeper, more intricate bond than any I've ever formed before. Where is the inspiration, you may ask? It comes from every word or lack thereof in such company, and it pours into my writing like sparkling cider into a decanter.
Outside of video games and my joyous life, I vastly love science fiction and fantasy novels with a very wide universe and a lot of background, and sometimes I get a huge bit of inspiration from talking with people, however rare that is. That's right: sometimes ideas come from you brilliant ladies and gentlemen!
Mystics Apprentice: By Grabthar's Hammer, never have I met a person with more writing promise than her. Description and emotion come naturally to this gifted authoress, and each chapter brings new life to her characters. If she keeps improving massively with every additional snippet, I would not doubt it if she becomes one of the top 100 writers of all time, so if you have not read any of her stories do so right this moment. That is not a suggestion; that is an order. Hut hut!
SmashFan2005: Smash here is and always will be an incredible fellow, friend, and writer. He was the one who introduced me to the professional world of writing, consoled me in times of tribulation, and showed me how beautiful the Star Fox universe can be. Anyone can learn more about character development just by reading two of his chapters, so visit his saga Star Fox: The Great Saurian War and read it over and over again. I have, and five times, in fact.
Gatherum: Enjoy dark themes, avid description, and top-notch survival horror? Gatherum crafts fiction that make Stephen King shudder, Lovecraft swoon, and Horace Walpole's toes curl. Many of the stories I wrote were modelled after his incredible flair for writing (minus the scare factor, of course). He is on hiatus at the moment, but The Dead Lords is mind-bogglingly brilliant. Read the existing portion of it within a week's time or I will sic my pet wyvern Flick on you.