Author has written 19 stories for Teen Titans, Powerpuff Girls, X-Men, Justice League, Kill la Kill/ キルラキル, Batman, Mass Effect, Street Fighter, Fairy Tail, Sword Art Online/ソードアート・オンライン, Lord Marksman and Vanadis/魔弾の王と戦姫, High School DxD/ハイスクールD×D, Antimagic Academy 35th Test Platoon/対魔導学園35試験小隊, and Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatte Iru Darou ka.
got my start writing fics in the total drama fandom but once that show went to the crapper, i moved on to the ppg fandom. after that i did some superhero comics/show fics as i'm one of those rare dc and marvel fans. but now i'm all anime(dxd in particular)
for music, i love metal. my favorite bands are metallica, megadeth, pantera, iron maiden, death, black sabbath, slayer, anthrax, and exodus among others. i also listen to some rap and anime soundtracks.
i have very specific tastes when it comes to fic. what i don't like are fics with oc character stories, repetitive plots(high school fics in particular), fics that rewrite cannon altogether(though ones that ignore certain plots are an exception to the rule as well as AU's that incorporate elements from certain continuity), and anything that's too preachy. i used to vehemently despise the concept of OOC depictions until i realized that just because an author created a character doesn't mean they handled the character the best and can't be outdone. if that were the case, morrison's action comics wouldn't exist. (comics themselves these days are basically printed fanfiction, good or bad) so my new philosophy is this; A. the change in characterization should aim to improve the character. B. the AU shouldn't differ from the source too much C. backstories are tweaked accordingly, not rewritten all together. D the relationship between characters can be played with as long as they make sense.
when it comes to shipping, i have a golden triangle quota; the personalities, experiences and morals all have to compliment each other(they have to have a good number of things in common but also have just enough healthy contrast to keep things interesting). i'm also a fan of the following tropes; older woman/younger man,two of the same people from different worlds & best friends make the best couples.
some tips on writing fanfic
1 when in doubt, plan it out
2 stick to your guns
3 always improve you're writing technique
4 read your own work, before and after publishing it.
5 make sure you have the time dedicated to write it.
and if all else fails, incorporate the things you like about your favorite fanfics from other authors with your own flavor.
as of 1/12/2015, i've officially retired from reading non anime fanfics. tbh im more interested in reading stuff for anime as well as light novels for anime and imho the writing quality for non anime fics nowadays just sucks. either that or i just don't care for certain fandoms that are on their dying breath. i'm still going to write fics, if anything reading ln's will help improve my writing more.
PS i have a habit of starting and dropping a story on a whim without notice depending on whether or not i'm happy with it or if i have the time to continue it, so be warned. shit, i've only finished two multi-chapter fic during my 3 year tenure at ffn, one of which is no longer up. knowing when to stop has been an achiles heel for me, it is what it is.
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