Author has written 5 stories for Super Smash Brothers, Metroid, and Earthbound.
I occasionally write fanfiction, mostly for video games that I am familiar with (which will probably be more Nintendo than not). I review more than I write, and when I do write, I edit A LOT, so it won't be immediate.
I also specialize in parodies (or more appropriately, satires) of everyday fanfiction, stories I believe open many doors to tons of genres and creative opportunities. Elements of terrible fanfiction may be present in some of these stories that may peeve other writers and readers alike; just remember that if these elements are present, they are more than likely to be intentional for mockery than it is a hiccup on my part.
One last thing before I get into the basic information about myself: I am not perfect. No one is. If I slip up, don't let it slide, tell me; I'll make sure to fix it.
Birthday (If anyone really cares): April 29
Thoughts on my Current Fanfiction
The reason why I have this section is solely for personal opinion and reasoning behind my stories. Naturally, I really don't have many up (since I review more than I write), which makes my job even easier
I planned on making this a big project of mine but I really didn't see it going where I wanted it to go when I planned it. It's my first attempt at a serious story and while I'm not ashamed of it, it could have definitely gone better. I think the main problem with this one is that I wanted to have focus on every Smash Bro while having no consistent villain. It sounds boring right off the get-go, so maybe when I write out some other story ideas I have, I'll jump onto this one later in the future to "revamp" it. Hopefully it will be more interesting then, but for now it's on a long-term hiatus.
Guardian of Boosting
If it weren't obvious enough, this one-shot came from my frustration from fighting the Boost Guardian in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. While Boosty (yes that's what I call it now shut up it's an adorable name) doesn't frustrate me anymore, I look back at this one and my opinion still remains the same. If anything, this one-shot was a test to see how far my writing could go and how descriptive I could get. I'm tempted to do other bosses from the Metroid series, but I'm afraid it will get tedious and it will seem like an unoriginal cop-out to others. It sounds like a lot of fun to do though, and if I ever do a boss one-shot collection, it will remain in one story as a series of one-shots.
So yay, Mother 3. I still adore the ending to no end (wow that was bad), but I feel as if I could have included the ending differently in another story; or better yet, just let it fade through time as other "gaming masterpieces" have. I wanted to write something Mother related and through lack of ideas, this occured. While I personally enjoy my way of narrative, that's the only positive thing I could think of. This one-shot is only a throw-back to Mother 3 and nothing else.
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FictionPress: Cam is for Camera: http://www.fictionpress.com/u/867021/Cam-is-for-Camera