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Author has written 1 story for Castlevania, and Naruto.
So... this is a profile.
Age: gone past a quarter of a century.
Starsign and Chinese Zodiac: Taurus and Snake.
About me: I do writing, reading, game design and other stuff. Got any recommendations? Give me a shout, I'll be happy to read it and leave a review or two.
Schedule: The equivalent of ten hungry, feral and upset cats in a bedroom full of paper. This will probably never be sorted, but I will update when I can. So to my loyal readers, thank you for being patient.
The two universes I am focusing on, as of this moment, are Harry Potter and Naruto. The former is in part thanks to another writer (and soon to be author) who reads and writes Harry Potter stories. The latter, is drawn from my love of Anime and was one of the Anime that I watched from start to finish, the prior two being Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT.
Dragon Ball Super will rear itself on my list when it is nearly complete.
Also, RWBY. Because that has a ton of potential for ideas, challenges and OCs. (Lots of characters in Season 2 and 3 were fan submissions)
Story ideas to come, in time
Harry Potter Time Travel and Alternate Universe story. Because nagging ideas cannot sod off sometimes.
Devil May Cry and Skyrim. BECAUSE MODS, I BLAME THE MODS.
Harry Potter and Warframe. Warframe hardly gets any love, and it's a great game.
Naruto and Kingdom Hearts. Nothing new, just my take and twist.
Stories that will be continued
Naruto and Castlevania. Mainly due to how rare it is to see Castlevania stories nowadays with Koji having left.
Concepts, ideas and thoughts
Taking a moment to think about the Harry Potter universe, how different would things be if The Weasleys house was attacked instead of the Longbottoms? While it'd make for a bit of a darker story, especially with the family left to pick up the pieces, I'd be intrigued to see this happen and read how it turns out.
How different would Harry Potter be if he was a bit less trusting and a little more independent? Would he become a wizard with skills and the strength to survive? I'm intrigued and curious to see what sort of Harry would come from someone much more independent.
What would've changed on that fateful night if James, Sirius, Lily and Remus didn't trust Dumbledore as much? Would Harry have been placed with a different family who would've happily taken him in, or would he have found his way into the arms of Death Eaters?