Author has written 3 stories for Mortal Kombat, Elder Scroll series, Naruto, and Fullmetal Alchemist.
Well hello there my name is Guardian Soul, but my friends call me Guardian Soul; which is appropriate seeing as it's my name.
Likes: Long and well written fanficions, Skyrim, FMA, Dragon Age, Star Wars, The Witcher franchise
Dislikes: Redundancy, Naruto Harem fics and Godlike Naruto fics (There are a shit ton of the of them), redundancy, Abandoned well-written fanfics, inconsistancy, Summaries that overuse "What if" and Redundancy
Sex: Male. Though I'm not sure anymore. These days I'm thinking I identify more as an Apachi Attack Helicopter.
Age: I look younger than I am, but feel older than I look
Location: the darkest part of your room...it smells suspiciously of fish in here.
Well, hello there my name is Guardian Soul, but my friends call me Guardian Soul, which is appropriate seeing as it's my name.
Guardian Soul's Ever-growing List of Story Advice:
Summary: Give a short, to the point analysis on what the story is about. Or give a subtle or foreshadowing statement. NEVER open with a question; because you're not going to be able to control how your reader responds. Example: "What if the Uchiha Clan had never been massacred? What if they adopted Naruto and gave him a Sharringan?" Well, I'd imagine he'd use it to pick up chicks and snort coke off a prostitutes bellybutton. Seriously, a question is a horribly un-creative way to present you're story to a reader.
Grammar: Grammar in stories is all-important, no exceptions. Proof read, get a beta, do anything to make your story looks AND sounds good. Some mistakes are okay; an indention error here, a preposition mistake there and the occasional spelling mistake, those are fine. Grammar only really becomes an issue when it becomes distracting; like when you read through a chapter and you're more occupied mentally correcting errors, rather than focusing on the story. See the majority of Naruto/Highschool DxD crossover fics for an example of what I'm talking about.