Author has written 2 stories for Pokémon, and Gate - Jietai Kare no Chi nite, Kaku Tatakeri.
"You're either denser than a brick, you can't find the right words, or you're sentencing me to a brush-off that will last eight months!"
Military oriented author.
Call me Blue, for short. Username is a homage to the Ghetto Blue: LA's Blue Line.
I also do commissions.
Silhouette of Time:
-Source Material: land-walker(dot)deviantart(dot)com/gallery/29972549/Yellow-nuzlocke
-Character Illustration: ( Mikita Tolyevich Trotsky - 2326 : i(dot)imgur(dot)com/f9Eug2b(dot)png )
Stories in drafting/development stages:
The Lost Generation
Based on: Sword Art Online
Summary: It's been five years since Specialist Ash Fenton was sent home from the war, five years since Tiberius fell. In the wake of the Sword Art Online incident the Japanese Government starts collecting veterans and individuals across the world who they believe have suffered the same trauma and stress as those involved in the SAO incident in order to remedy and help the healing process. Two years of isolation and the constant fear of death is what the Japanese Government thinks what the veterans of the American War in Israel have in common with the victims of the SAO Incident. They are mistaken.
Fenton, now a shattered bum who has had experience with virtual reality games as a form of escapism, is part of this group of people counseling these unfortunate thousands.
Things are not as empathetic and black and white as they seem however. Two years of active military service in the Middle East, trapped in a foreign land a long ways from home, is not the same as a two year imprisonment inside of a video game in Fenton's retrospective. With a war still going on the Holy Land, and the SAO incident still apparently the most important headline in the world, a lesson needs to be taught, and Fenton is in the position, looking from the inside out, to do something.
This is the story about the rise and fall of the second death game: the punishment of the post 9/11 generation, a generation lost to the escapism of media and the digital reality.
Merry Christmas, Mister Noelle
Based on: Pokémon
Summary: A side story from Silhouette of Time, a one month of leave affords Officer Mikita Noelle the ability to spend the holiday season, as well as his birthday, in Kalos. Residing in the expensive Buchanan Lodge on the government's account, the usually uncivil man dips his feet in an extravagantly civilian world, caught in the foreground of a conflict between the haves and have-nots; between rite and riches.
In between all of this: Mister Noelle guides a love story between a daughter of a Kalosian sports star, and a trainer from a less wealthy background of Pallet Town, vying to be the very best.
An ode to the likes of The Great Gatsby, this mature look at the beloved characters of the anime keeps in tune with who they are with a distinct dosage of hope throughout, put literally in a rich environment, unfamiliar to many, despite the obvious advantages of being in such a position.
In My Keeping
Based on: Neon Genesis Evangelion
Summary: A pilot comes out of the Dead Sea. Not the First, the Third, or the Second. No, this pilot wasn't even one of the children. A story about a regular man who emerges from the end of the world and thrown to a world that was not quite; this was a Rebuild for not Gods or Angels, but only Man.
Based on: Avatar: The Legend of Korra
Summary: Equalism wasn't the answer. It was never a matter of equality, that just so happened to be what people thought was the excuse, the justification, for what Amon did. The people were enflamed, for the right cause, for themselves, but for the wrong reason. It was never a matter of equality. It was a matter of right:
A story about the trials and tribulations of progress, the right to bear arms and of peace through power. The advent of a battle implement like no other in the world of Avatar will cement a passage from one time, to another. A time from where benders fought the defining wars, defined history, to where common men and women will have that chance through blood and steel.
The world doesn't need an Avatar anymore, not because of some ill-conceived misgivings that have come around because of evil and masters, but only because the legion of man can take their place.
Based on: Black Lagoon
Summary: Wherein the Thai authorities cannot and would not interfere with the pirates in the country's south east, there are people that could, and would. With the fall of the Iron Curtain and the rise of arms dealing in the world, sold off by the former East Bloc, a market has been blown open, and a monopoly made as a self fulfilling prophecy is played out by the pirates of Roanapur. As a Vietnamese ship is sunk by the Black Lagoon, rivers will turn red as the Cold War cries out one last time.
Based on: Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri
Summary: Rangers led the way. That was the motto of the unit a 2nd Lieutenant Kristian "JK" Emerson had taken to heart as a part of its ranks, though when a gateway from one world to Earth opens up a mere few hundred feet away from him during a nice day in August, he will have to be not only a man leading soldiers into foreign lands, but also have to lead himself as the moral anchor in a world decades removed from Generation Kill.
No Title Yet*
Based on: Stella Women's Academy, High School Division Class C
Summary: An American collegiate airsoft team is sent overseas to represent their university during a battle royale tournament.