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Author has written 8 stories for Naruto, Fate/stay night, and Warhammer.
I am now publishing a web serial titled "Dis Acedia" twice a week on Wordpress at: di sacedia. wordpr ess . com (remove additional spaces)
It also has a TV Tropes page at: tvtropes (add a dot) org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/DisAcedia (remove additional spaces)
The first volume, "The Laws of Dis," is available on Amazon at ww w . amazon (add a dot) com/dp/B01M1FTOL2 (remove spaces)
Likes in fiction: antiheroes, complex villains, believable adventures, realism...
Dislikes in fiction: Mary Sues, non-foreshadowed plot points..
Hobbies: reading and writing. Why do you think I have joined this site? Also, chess and drawing.
Favorite works of fiction: everything from George Orwell (especially 1984), Brave New World, A Song Of Ice and Fire, Naruto, Avatar: the Last Airbender and its sequel, the Dragon Age saga (heck, everything from Bioware), Bioshock, and many more.
Tv tropes' Page of the story.
My first fanfiction, and one based on the Naruto universe.
Based on the idea of a multiverse where multiple alternate Narutos coexist and meet for many adventures.
The secondary goal of this story, beside showing alternate versions of the canon characters interact, is to fill the plot holes left in canon. Why Naruto never asked anything about his parents, how did the Uzumaki and the Senju clans end up extinct...
The third goal is to present an effective deconstruction (aka apply real life consequences or points out the flaws writers overlook) of different Naruto cliches/premises you see in fanfiction, from Evil!Naruto (a tragic, miserable character whose suffering however does not excuse his behavior, simply explain it) to Cloud!Naruto (whose defection caused an international incident). Here, genin level people are outmatched by old ninjas, and can only win with a lot of preparation, teamwork and determination.
Blame the Cookies:
A humorous parody of supervillains co-authored by Slayer End. On indefinite hiatus due to lack of synchronization between us and horrible schedules. Dead.
What it Takes to Win:
My try on a Fate/Stay Night fanfiction. Basically deals with a far bigger Fifth War with 49 Servants and a lot more problems. It also contains a lot more humor than my first story and is supposed to add hidden depths to underused characters and Servants. That, and have awesome battles. Will probably mock the 'secret war' premise, with the battle for Holy Grail becoming public. Undiluted fanservice for the fandom.
The story's pairings will be a love triangle between Shirou, Saber and the EXTRA!Caster, which resolution isn't set in stone. For other pairings, it will include Rin/Archer, either Shiki/Satsuki or Shiki/Arcueid, and probably some strange pairings like Aoko Aozaki/Shakespeare (you read that right).
On hiatus due to Writer's Block.
My second 'true' Naruto fic. It would as such would avoid many of the mistakes I did during Echoes' run in term of narrative. The premise would 'what if Naruto was a badass normal', and deal with the depths of the Shinobi World and its secret wars, along with Naruto's quest to become the strongest ninja alive in spite of having no awesome jutsu, only a brain and guts.
Tv tropes page of the story.
An attempt at making a funny yet epic story on both Warhammer 40K and Fate/Stay Night. More or less what happens when extremely overpowered character are tasked to battle to the death in the middle of the city... while not caring about subtlety.
Reflecting on my stories:
You know, when I reread my old stories, one of the many things I tell myself is 'I can't believe I wrote that'. It's pretty odd rereading old stories three years after you began writing them. We aren't all like Stephen King, making very good novels on our first try; most of us make mistakes we learn from.
I will never regret writing any of my stories, but I guess if I could get back in time, I would have done many things differently. Made a better plot, made more complex characters, improved the pacing and foreshadowed plot points much earlier.
Meh, I guess it shows I'm starting to improve as a storyteller.