Poll: Thinking of writing Big Hero 6 fanfics because 3 that movie/the potential, but I gotta say (POTENTIAL SPOILERS), am I the only one who's reeeeeeeally annoyed at how nearly every fic in that section involves undoing the big death that anchors the movie? Vote Now!
Author has written 80 stories for Super Smash Brothers, Mario, Pokémon, Legend of Zelda, Law and Order: CI, Advance Wars, Ice Climber, Mentalist, In Plain Sight, Person of Interest, Need for Speed series, Star Fox, Teen Titans, and Donkey Kong Country.
Why do I write?
I write because I can.
I write because there is so much power in a single word
and having access to hundreds of thousands is dangerously irresistible.
I write because I can make sense of my inner insanity.
I write because I have so many views that I am passionate about,
I have a voice that I must articulate!
It is a crazy, messy, ingenious, exceedingly emotional voice,
My pen brings forth prose that my mouth stumbles upon.
For a brief moment, I am eloquent, inspirational, beautiful, in a way that I cannot mange otherwise.
My heart is on the line.
I say the words here that I fear to utter.
This is me.
"...and you have every right to be scared."
...but do you dare to venture in anyways?
Providing you stayed after that little drabble babble...
Hello, all. I'm MessengerOfDreams. I've been a fanfic writer for Nintendo since I started about two years ago. I had always been a casual Nintendo fan, but it was the stellar work of the Super Smash Brothers section circa 2011 that motivated me to stick around and write for myself. I've been writing ever since, for better or worse. You may have seen my name from a contest I've held, contests I've entered, my brief yet eventful service to The Reviews Lounge, too, my guest writing stint in MouseMaster42's The Game, or just floating around in the latest Smash Brothers work published to the site.
I also am open to interpreting characters in different ways from fic to fic. My most notable example of this is Princess Zelda, who has ranged from heroine to antagonist and everywhere in between. I don't really swear to one set interpretation, although I have my preferences.
I'm an open-minded writer and reader. I'll read stories with same-gender pairings if it's good. I'm recently getting comfortable with more M rated fics, and I enjoy outlandish concepts every now and again. I've recently written my first same-gender story, Samskeyti, which was an eye-opening experience. I also want to write a m/m pairing story, which I don't often see from male authors. I recently came out as bisexual, and I believe I am about to come out as pansexual. Love is love, and I definitely embrace it in all forms.
I'm a free spirit as far as sections go. If I have an idea, I'll write it, even in sections I'm less familiar in. I've been branching out to TV shows lately and I'm open to try one for movies, animation, and books and such. I probably won't get into anime as it's not my style, though. Just preference. I'll read any good story in any section; in fact my favorites section I have nearly 300 stories in 60 sections. I do love every story in my favorites, as well.
As for communities, I'm a relatively active member in the Reviews Lounge, too, a lovely little forum that helps bring attention and reviews to under-critiqued authors and stories. It's a good place to turn to if you don't get much activity on your work. They're totally nice people, incredibly intelligent, and great authors as well.
It's not been very active nowadays, so neither have I been, at least my standards. When I first started, I had a work-a-day thing going on for a short while. Now I usually get one out every month, maybe. I specialize in oneshots, but I have a couple of shorter chapterfics as well. My best works are generally my longer oneshots, however. No worries, though, I made a list of my proudest achievements in the least narcissistic way possible under the circumstances.
My writing style is generally what is on my heart. A decent little niche of my works are just emotionally driven rambles that I manage to segue into the characters I'm writing for. Almost all of my work is emotionally driven, and it usually has a decent chunk of idealism stuffed in depending on who I'm writing for. I'm a hopeless romantic with the stars in my eyes and my head in the clouds. I'd like to think I'm beginning to master the gift of gab, and there are a few of my works I'm really proud of. But no matter whether it falls or flies, every work I write is a learning experience taught by my peers that moves me forward as a writer and individual.
I hope you enjoy my work, and I hope you use my favorites page to branch out even further to other amazing writers of my sections and genres and otherwise.
Fanfiction would be a dry, empty husk without the opportunity of romance, that is to say, getting our two favorites together and move heaven and earth to get them to just friggin' kiss already. However, for a writer of video games, especially Nintendo games, you don't have much to work with. For Super Smash Brothers, there's little to no story aside from the Subspace Emissary. In fact, Super Smash Brothers is one of the few genres that has a writing canon made up entirely from scratch to the point where you'd swear that WAS the game. But I'll get to that later.
As it stands, though, us Nintendo fans usually have to bust our balls to make a pairing make sense beyond that-one's-hot-and-so-is-that-one-they-should-totally-have-the-sex. Whole realities have to be formed, bridges have to be made, and we have to look deep, deep within the subtext to make things happen. But when you do, amazing pairings happen, and you can find some marvelous stories.
Here are a few of my OTPs, whether ones I've enjoyed writing or I've enjoyed reading. As an added bonus, some aren't even Nintendo!
Luigi x Rosalina- Now, believe you me, Luigi x Daisy also go over incredibly well, and I can enjoy pretty much any pairing done well. Nevertheless, Rosalia always has struck me as better for him. As a wallflower in my own way, I've always seen Luigi as emotionally sensitive, thoughtful and well versed, and Rosalina echoes those same qualities. While Luigi x Daisy is a case of opposites attract, Luigi x Rosalina is a case of kindred spirits finding each other.
Captain Falcon x Samus- Even as a kidplaying SSB on the 64, this always struck me as a no-brainer. It works well because Falcon strikes me as a man's man who is still slightly attuned to a more sensitive side, even if he's a bit unaware of it, whereas Samus is a woman who puts aside all those touchy-feely things until a moment of weakness, sometimes to her detriment. They're good together because they fill in each others' weaknesses in a way that also seems to challenge gender roles as well. And I like to challenge the gender roles. (Also, Byoshi is a goddess with these)
Mario x Peach- What can I say? You don't save a girl a trillion times if you don't give a rat's about her. Usually, I hate damsels in distress, but a good Mario x Peach story can make it work okay.
Nana x Popo- Mostly because they inspired one of my proudest works, Adventures. But these two are characters so open-ended that you can do pretty much anything with them, and I enjoy taking the romantic route. So adventurous, indeed.
John x Sherlock- I admit it. I'm helpless. It's such an easy pairing, but the chemistry between the actors and the story themselves actually makes it more plausible than people give it credit for. (Unrelated question: Who was the first dastardly person to name their kid Sherlock?)
Teresa Lisbon x Patrick Jane- Hardlyloquacious, period, paragraph. No pairing has ever benefited from a fanfiction author quite to the extent that the Mentalist duo has.
Lash x Hawke- These two are two of the rare few to get any sort of true characterization in Advance Wars, and Dual Strike, despite screwing up many things, does a decent job on these two. They're fun to work with.
The Super Smash Brothers fandom, as I've mentioned, is a very unusual fandom. At its base, it is an excuse to do Nintendo crossovers without damning yourself to the forgotten crossover section of Fanfiction. To do that, obviously measures had to be taken, and canon had to be created, because aside from the Subspace Emissary (which itself is treated like an AU instead of the actual plot), there is no story to be found. It's just taking so and so from one game and so and so from another game and using them to beat the cuss out of each other.
But that can't be all it is. Not when there is fun and romance to be had!
So our forefathers and ancestors have taken measures to make things easier, although in many cases they've cheapened rather than expanded possibilities (aside from some gems like MouseMaster42's The Game (which plays it straight), or Byoshi's Eulogy and the Unsung Hero, which turns it on its head). They created the Smash Mansion, a boardinghouse for the greatest in Nintendo and otherwise to stay, mingle and play as they compete in the Super Smash Brothers tournament hosted by the brother Hands, Master and Crazy. So yeah, not the most original idea, but it's really the perfect setting for just writing characters together without creating an Alternate Universe story. The Smash Mansion and the Smash Tournament, you can't get any simpler than that; it's perfect if you just want some wildly different personalities to mingle a la Big Brother.
On that note, however, I've taken the Mansion and expanded upon it to create a larger set piece that I call Junction City. First introduced in Strings in passing mention, I've used Junction City as my personal hub world whether or not the Smash Mansion/Tournament is involved. Junction City is the hub of the universe, and acts as a UN to all of what is around it. Rulers and leaders from all of the Nintendo universe gather here for debates, peace talks and any other form of action that involves multiple worlds. The city itself is incredibly large, about the combined size of New York City and Chicago. While I haven't physically defined it extremely well, it's a metropolis within a valley with some hills and even mountains surrounding it, with a small river running through and around the sides. Also expanded upon is a small hamlet in the very edge called Cadence, which is a set-piece for Samskeyti. Possibly the city's biggest tourist destination is the Junction City Confluence, a giant open park area that stretches a mile long in each direction, allowing thousands or more to coexist with each other.
Junction City shows up in Strings, Skyward to Freedom, The World is Noisy Here, Memento Vita and Samskeyti, and is alluded to in several other works.
Of course, there are many instances where you can bring one character into another ones' world, and those are fun as well. Aside from the Smash Mansion, those and AUs are the other successful route to take a Smash Brothers story. I toy with that myself in many instances. They can range from Mario running around in Hyrule side by side with Link, or Princess Zelda trying to figure out how the hell Samus' arm cannon works. They don't even have to be original Nintendo games or games from SSB, you can use the templates for other sorts of games. Or you could even bring characters from other games or from represented games and make it even more fun! It can become a really magnificent story, without a shadow of the doubt, but my lord are they a rare breed.
Sometimes, it's nice just to create or borrow a universe for them, should you be brave enough. It could be as simple as our daily life that we Earthlings know, or any other traditional setting. If you're really daring, though, creating your own universe and throwing them in it can make a marvelous story that you can be proud of. You just gotta know how to do it.
Other times, the characters and who they are can be really all you need. B
With that in mind, Super Smash Brothers is more risk/reward than you'd initially give it credit for, but believe you me, it can pan out marvelously.
Some great examples of standout Smash Brothers works: These works have all but been scripture to me written by some of the best authors there are.
Super Smash Brothers is a section with its ups and downs, but it's the place I started, so I'll always have a soft spot for it as my hometown. And as these works show, some truly amazing things have been done within it.
If you are visiting here, I'll admit openly that I take pride in my works. I won't claim to be the best or to shine the brightest but I don't regret anything I've written, any rebellion I've started or anything I've done. I hope you'll like them too, and I daresay I think you will. I listed the works I enjoyed writing the most and I hope you'll take a look at them.
Viva La Vida
A Seat Above A Galaxy
Samskeyti (third in LLB/GSG's Body-Switching Contest)
Skyward to Freedom (2nd of... 3 :P in TwilightOkami's Contest)
Paradigms (Winner of Souldin's Contest)
Memento Vita (Winner of Link and Echo's Inevitable Contest)
The World Is Quiet Here/The World is Noisy Here
Surviving Through It All
Pacifist Victors on a Champagne Battlefield
Voice of the Mute (tentatively second in Jimbo's Romance Contest- technicalities kept it from first but I admit wholeheartedly that Layla's work was a masterpiece and deserved a million wins. :D)
My three chapters of Halloweenness in MouseMaster42's The Game
An Anomaly in Orbit
The Legend of Zelda Shall Never Die
Journey of a Century
your hand in mine
Pacifist Victors on a Champagne Battlefield
Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
The Last Slumber of Mary and Marshall
No matter what, I'm glad to have written pieces I was proud of, and I really am happy with all 70 of them.
I refuse to steal all the glory- there are other amazing authors that should be recognized as well, many of whom don't get the love they deserve.
Tune4Toons- Her way with words is simply cutting, yet beautiful when it makes you bleed. She is a master of writing who's learned from the best. Her style is cold, calculated, and relentless. She can break your heart, chill your blood or make you smile depending on her mood that day. She is possibly the first stop you want to go to if you want to learn what writing with every corner of your mind looks like. This woman is brilliant, and is one of the biggest assets in my own writing I've found in recent times. And she's only 16!
Araceli L- I've probably gathered the most influence in my writing from Araceli L. Over time, she's become my closest friend, and it's because of how similar we are. We are both hyperemotional, idealistic romantics who pour every inch of their soul into their work. And if you thought I did it well, you ain't seen nothing yet, kid. Very mature writing for someone who is also 16. The kids are pretty goddamn all right.
Byoshi- The goddess queen and ruler of the best of Super Smash Brothers. Her sagas are a force of nature you simply cannot afford to miss. She also served as a beta for my story Play, which is akin to Jimi Hendrix giving you guitar lessons.
LadyPaprika- She was born to write, and it shows. From light pieces to dark, everything she pulls off is completely satisfying, with effort put into all categories that it is just about flawless. She breathes life into corners we don't dare to visit, can make the darkest corners of our minds accessible, and doesn't let any subject or storyline limit her. I fear that not enough people truly appreciate her; she should be just as big a name as anyone from the Smash Brothers section.
The Stupendous Jimbo leans towards outrageous, often dark humor, but having come to know the guy, he's insanely insightful. You can read his works to see how you shouldn't write a fanfiction work through the Farces of Evil (I made that up myself), and then check out some of his serious works to see how you should.
The Death Frisbee is an English teacher, and I was lucky enough to have her smack my hand with her metaphorical rumor when I constructed Samskeyti. She's the queen of spelling and grammar, and I've learned a lot of finesse from her. Even outside of that, she writes some amazing Sherlock work, the best I've seen on Fanfiction. Transfigured Nightis a must if you're a fan, or even if you're not.
RedheadedMarina and ReadingBlueWolf are two of the sweetest people I've ever had the privilege to meet, and they've given me countless oodles of encouragement. It's an honor, because they're both amazing writers I've met through the Reviews Lounge, too. Red has a fantastic X-Men story, whereas Blue has a fantastic Avengers story.
hardlyloquacious- As I've mentioned up in OTPs, this woman has done more for one pairing with her writing than we will ever do for anything when we pick up our pen and paper. She's breathed new life into the duo from The Mentalist; even if you don't follow the show, you'll know them better than if you'd watched it yourself. If you want to know what devotion and dedication looks like, go here. She's not put out an unsatisfying work yet.
Sigciusis responsible for the story that sparked my interest to writing my own fanfics, which has given me the passion to continue writing. No matter what section you're from, A War Apart is a masterpiece that should be mandatory reading for ficcers.
LightningLaveau- Firefly, a brilliant take on Mario Kart, is my pick for best fanfiction ever. It does everything a great fanfic should do- establish amazingly rendered and interpreted characters, a unique but engaging universe, a compelling plot, and excellent enough writing to keep you hanging on every word. The fact that I'm 75% of the following for the story is criminal. Read it.
Sometimes the best authors out there are the ones you don't notice. Take a closer look. Pick a work that doesn't have much of a following. You might be surprised. I certainly was.
Where the hell would I be on this site without good friends? I have many people to thank, from authors I've talked to once or twice to authors who have become some of the most important people in my life. And they deserve a mention, they really do. The very least I could do.
Autistic: You are pretty much one of the coolest cats I know. You write well, you overcome your obstacles and use it for good. That I can respect. You also read more fics than Souldin and I combined which is badass. :D Your drive to learn won't be forgotten.
Byoshi- You were and still are the ruler of Smash Bros fanfiction. You see the characters in such a deep light and so fleshed out that you are a huge inspiration for me. And you needn't worry about if you're doing good or if you should keep it up. This section is honored to have you. Thanks for being an exceptional beta reader and an exceptional author. Your skill and effort won't be forgotten.
GenericDude- Why is it I just now noticed what a terrific author you are? You wrote the first fic that, even with all its flaws, kept me happy and dwelling on it for a week after. When I thought about it I'd smile real wide. And you're even better now. Keep it up. Your constant ability to write won't be forgotten.
Guessworks- You know more about what it's like to be a human than most anyone I've met. You're incredibly intelligent, incredibly real and damn good at what you do. It's always incredible when someone you admire to death admires you just as much and neither of you really know it. :D Your passion and love for your work won't be forgotten.
TheDeathFrisbee- You're an absolute boss. You're a tough critic but that's excellent as far as I'm concerned. You're pretty much the queen of grammar, and you're incredibly smart to boot. :) You write like a classical genius and you're a ton of fun. You and your chapter titles named after classical music and all the other great qualities that come with you won't be forgotten.
JSparks- I'll go up to bat for you anyday. You're one of the single sweetest, kindest people ever, but you are brave as hell, girl. And don't say you're not, you are. And also, you don't owe me a damn thing for me standing up for you after all that happened. And f@%k the haters. They're the losers, they aren't friends with you. Your bravery in the face of adversity won't be forgotten.
James Terrazen- For the life in me... I don't know where the hell you came from with your random reviews, but you're one of the coolest dudes I know with your awesome one liner reviews and having the gumption to be one of the few who will be harsh on a bad fic without being a tool. People could learn from your example. Also, the fact that you went to bat for JSparks just defined you as a brave, incredible individual as I didn't know you were that rooted into the community and its members. Your gumption and rebellious spirit won't be forgotten.
GoldFountain- Thanks for giving me faith in the Smash Section again with such brilliant, gutsy and original writing. Never doubt that you have incredible talent, because I won't forget it.
EHWIES- You were a brilliant introduction to the Reviews Lounge, too. Your inclusion of my story into your archives and then as story of the week made me feel like a true author for the first time. You're highly intelligent, infectiously spirited and just overall brightness. Your cheerful outreach won't be forgotten.
Foxpilot- You're like the big internet brother I never had; very welcome as I always wanted an older sibling. You're incredibly helpful, not afraid to criticize, honest, professional, crazy, friendly, unprofessional, skilled, humble, proud... you're what makes a human being, and a damn good one at that. The Smash Bros section owes so much to you... and so do many aspiring authors, like me. Your commitment to the growth of many new authors, myself included, won't be forgotten. I owe you a lot in particular.
kyouji kanji- I don't know you as much as I do the others but for someone of your genre you're just as chill as us gamer kids. And you're a damn good author as well- you should try screenwriting, ya know? Your immaculate work and humble charm won't be forgotten.
RedheadedMarina- You are a fascinating writer and such an uplifting person. You flatter me with your compliments, really you do, but I'm thankful for them. Your support and the way you boost one's spirits won't be forgotten.
Layla.Kagamine/Romeo.Cinderella/yournamewillprobablybedifferentbythetimeIeditthisagain- You're one of the few people who can write works that I literally fell in love with. You're a very sweet person as well. We need more hopeless romantics like you in the world. Your beautiful rose tint won't ever be forgotten.
Lightning Laveau- You're one of those people who are just so much fun to watch- in their writing and outside of it. Simple as that. It's been an honor to be your Ascended Fanboy and become a friend to you, and it's been an honor to have meant something to you. Your infectious happiness and your brilliant work won't be forgotten.
Desktop Warrior (aka Time!)- People as willingly helpful and cordial as you are a blessing to have, especially for such a newbie to the RLt as I was. Thanks for going out of your way to help me play Review Tag. Your efforts to better the RLt won't be forgotten.
lovely-logic- Cheers to a lady with kind words, incredible writing talent, spirited demeanor and constructive criticism. You truly are a lovely person and I'm glad you're here. Your skill and the smiles you bring won't be forgotten.
Pikana- You know, I have to respect that you don't give a damn about anything anyone thinks or any boundaries about anything. You are who you are- you write yaoi, yuri, incest, anything that makes anyone squirm, and you date a freaking pokemon. And you're sooooooooooo effing cool. You're like Lady Gaga, but more original. :D Work the crazy and go places with it! That crazy and the guts behind it won't be forgotten.
Sigcius- You're the first author and story I ever favorited, and it was nice not only to read an amazing story (and I'm actually rereading it in the last few days) but to see an author I identified with, especially reading the process and behind the scenes. If you could do it, hell, maybe I could too! Your mastercrafted work and how you introduced me to Fanfiction won't be forgotten.
Soundwave0107- You were the first person to review me, and you gave me a great review. I was super worried this site was going to be all formal and d%#chey, but you busted that notion in half. A great welcoming committee and what really inspired me to make friends here. Your friendly welcome won't be forgotten.
Ze Dybbuk- You're gut-bustingly hilarious, inside fics and in normal conversation. You also know you're pretty cool, and I like that. And you still owe me that drawing, but hey, you said before the four horsemen of death stomp the earth and that hasn't happened yet. xD Your being the coolest of all cats won't be forgotten.
Souldin- I know that techincally we were bound by law ;) but not only was it an honor to win the Review King's contest, but to have you continuously review all 40 of my fics without complaint or fail, and being completely unbiased while still being a friend and cordial and all that. Thanks for everything! Your hard work into all of those reviews and how they shaped the way I write now (as well as the two "Astonishing job, keep up the fantastic work"s) won't be forgotten.
PitFTW- You do damn good work and incredibly good contests. The AU contest you did with Foxpilot was what got me started in Ficcing and then revitalizing my writing altogether. Thanks! The way you provided the drive for many authors to start won't be forgotten.
Truetobeblue- It's always real great to see that one of my writing heroes has spontaneously favorited and loved my own works. And you're still as good as ever, and as friendly as ever- in fact, thanks for the preview on your next story! Your idealistic influence won't be forgotten.
hardly loquacious- Haha, and I thought I was a workhorse. You did a whole month's work of fics in a row, and here's the thing- they were all so awesome! You are the writer to go to for excellent Mentalist fics, and you're like the nicest person to boot. Also, your username is awesome. Turns out when you search hardly l, your name is one of the first results! :D That's something. Your remarkable passion for all the pieces you do won't be forgotten.
Joebthegreat- You're a bit uncouth at times, but that's part of what makes you cool- even when you're totally rude, you're still genuinely a good guy. :D Your brash honesty won't be forgotten.
CharmyMew- I remember you most for being an eloquent fan who is incredibly kind in her reviews. You really made a difference and you're encouraging me to this day. That eloquence, especially for someone as selectively mute as you, is remarkable and won't be forgotten.
Lays- It's not everyday you review a two year old fic and the author responds and is totally willing to talk and share ideas and accept advice. Even if I didn't keep in touch (I'm so sorry!) you were a great conversant. Never worry about your replies being too long. ;) Your effort in your correspondence won't be forgotten.
Tealfrog26- I'm still a big fan. You're truly underrated and very brilliant, and you bring out humanity from anywhere. That won't be forgotten.
EggplantWitch- At first I knew you as the girl who left me tough reviews on Strings. You're like one of the kindest people, though... which seems to be a recurring theme around here with my friends. You've got that special sort of kind charm, where you instantly want to befriend them. Thanks for being honest, too. :D Your constructive criticism and your perseverance won't be forgotten.
Sweswe: Your humility is completely charming, as is your sense of humor and personal open-ness, and you write amazingly. Never forget that. You won't be forgotten.
and of course, some of the greatest people I've ever met through this site.
Tune4Toons- You are a wonder. You say I inspired you, and now you inspire me. You're a dear friend, a good conversant, and a loyal person with incredible writing skill. You're just a joy to have around! At some times a kid sister, at others a figure I look up to, I don't know if there will ever be anyone quite like you. You are an anomaly. Your exuberant presence and constant life as a source of inspiration won't be forgotten.
The Stupendous Jimbo- You write hilarious, scathing commentary... and you're, like, the most humble, good spirited guy. You have a wisdom that is unbefitting of a guy with your sort of sense of humor, and it shows just how complex people can be. You've taught me many things about writing, about life and about humanity. You're a ton of fun to shoot the breeze with and a damn funny person (of course.) You're a strong asset to the history of this here Smash Bros. section. Your subtle intelligence and biting wit won't be forgotten.
LadyPaprika- There is something simply radiant about you. Don't ever forget that. I've never met someone quite as insightful as you. You're someone I often look up to on many things, and you're one of the few I can have a completely balanced and fair conversation with. And of course you're a lot of fun as well. You've got lots of spunk and charisma. Your wisdom and grace won't be forgotten.
Kattheamazing- You're one of the coolest cats I've ever met. You're totally crazy yet it's balanced enough to be really inspiring as well. You've also been incredibly loyal, always finding a way to keep in touch, and going the extra mile for a friend. Very happy to have met you. :D Your humor and bright spirit won't be forgotten.
MouseMaster42- You're one of the single most open, welcoming and outgoing people I've met. You address every reviewer cordially and you are a true friend. I mean... do you know how awesome you are? You are, like, one of the most grateful, humble people I've seen- do you know that I think you are perhaps more cool than you think of me? Your love for your following and your confident humility won't be forgotten.
Araceli L. God, girl. You're one of the best friends I've ever had. I don't know what compliment I haven't given you, but... every kind word I've said that you accepted with a quick blush (or as close as you get over text), just know that I really mean everything I said. Every damn thing. ;) (get it? Damn's an in joke... hahahaha?) I owe you a lot. You're a great author, an amazing friend, and you should know that, like, everyone thinks you're awesome. And you've grown so much since I've first met you over two years ago, but that makes sense, because so have I. I won't ever, ever forget you, because hopefully I'll never have reason to need to only remember you. I hope to be something permanent for you as you are for me. I never will regret meeting you.
Time changes everything, including my moods and maybe my writing, but it'll never change me.
I am MoD. I'm an 18 year old autistic artist. I love to write and I love to read people's creation. I think there are plenty of people who deserve a chance to show their writing to the world. Too many people are unaware of the talent they have, and therefore I keep aware that I am a talented person in a world of talented artists. I believe in right and proper treatment of all people, even if you don't agree with them. All people have a heart and soul and by abusing others you remove your own from your chest. Everyone in this world is capable of brilliance, but unfortunately not all of them are brilliant. The ones who are, however, shine no matter what.
And whether leaving or staying, one thing has never changed- I have owned nothing, regretted nothing, and hopefully have let you forget nothing. Nor do I ever intend to do either of those things in any remaining tenure on this site.
MessengerOfDreams, signing in.
P.S. Remember, when life gives you lemons, say 'Thank you for the apples!'
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