Author has written 12 stories for My Little Pony, Fallout, Halo, Left 4 Dead, and Dead Space.
The UK’s number one fictional entertainment company!
Hello and welcome to the homepage of M30 Industries, the UK’s number one fictional entertainment company. Here you can find out all about this groundbreaking industry and its humble beginnings, and the rigor of day to day activities.
We hope you find this site helpful and thank you for selecting us as your choice of entertainment.
What started as a small business venture back in March of 2012 has since grown to an expansive and comprehensive that has created and published such stories as [NAME NOT FOUND] and of course [NAME NOT FOUND], both of which have gotten world-wide recognition and cemented M30 Industries as the UK’s number one choice for fictional entertainment*!
Part of the reason for this is due to the constantly evolving and improving writing style that our creative team uses, and because of the adoration of nearly one-hundred-and-fifty devoted subscribers gives them the drive to keep churning out literary yarns of gold such as [NAME NOT FOUND], [NAME NOT FOUND] and [NAME NOT FOUND].
But despite this current success, M30 Industries wasn’t without its share of teething problems during those first few turbulent days of a new business and those times are referred to in-house as the Dark Ages, and are only talked about in hushed whispers by veteran employees out of earshot of new hires.
Yet despite such negativity and poor start, the minds at M30 Industries have managed to turn the company around into its current state, boasting end of year profits in excess of even Apple Inc.*!
A typical work day
M30 Industries prides itself on creating a realistic sense for its creations, and a large portion of the day is given over to conducting research into each specific universe within story. This may include, depending on the story and its demands, extensive forays are made into the visual medias available to our research staff, combing through literary sources for even the tiniest of details, or researching exciting things like bullet velocities and energy containment, all to give our stories authenticity and credibility.
Due to the copious amounts of research that gets done, some days very little actual writing takes places which can delay the release of new stories and chapters.
We here at M30 Industries pride ourselves on running a tight and creative ship.
To that end, several goals and practises to live by were implemented across our entire workforce to ensure consistency and a fun working environment.
They are as follows:
- Be sure to make full use of the letter ‘U’ and not neglect it from any words that are used
- Ignore American complaints of misspelling words when, clearly, they aren’t aware of the English way of spelling things
- Try to create well rounded characters and avoid superhuman and predictable ones. Give them flaws or make them mildly sociopathic in their own special ways
- Give stories meaningful titles that are completely overlooked by readers
- Similarly, ignore complaints from them that using ‘ is not correct when outlining spoken lines as they are used to the American method of using “ in books
- Employ sarcasm to the fullest of your ability when creating dialogue, particularly if a character is mildly sociopathic and in an absurd or life threatening situation
- Place obscure references to other franchises into a story, even something as small as a throwaway piece of dialogue, then silently fume as no-one notices it
- Maintain an appropriate amount of disdain for stories that are not spell checked, despite most word processors having free ones built in, and cannot spell even the most basic of words
- In relation to the above rule, spend time wondering how such a person could even pass English at school with such a poor grasp of the English language
- Face palm as appropriate if the story is of such poor quality you wonder if the creator has even heard of something called a book, let alone read one
- In general, ignore American complaints when it comes to grammar
- Working in conjunction with M30 Industries affiliate GrungierNine0, come up with new and creative sayings that will assuredly grant you both a one way ticket to Hell
- As with the above, when greeting M30 Industries affiliate GareBare65, both you and GrungierNine0 should refer to him as *pinch harmonic* face
- Wherever possible, efforts to wind up GareBare65 should be made. Methods include deriding the Spas-12 shotgun as useless, refer to magazines as clips, and dismissing the dinosaur Easter Egg in Battlefield 4 as pointless. Such things will easily fluster and outrage his simplistic Utah mind
- Watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and count off which characters you’ve either killed, or devise ways to kill them
- C4 is a universal problem solver
- Orphans are legitimate targets in war. Who’re they going to tell, their parents?
- In relation to the above policy, see the above policy regarding affiliate GrungierNine0 and Hell
- Devise long lists idiots like you will read through
- There is no such thing as overkill at M30 Industries. There is only ‘I need more ammo’ and ‘My gun isn’t big enough’. Any contradictions to this will result in the immediate firing of the employee who dared speak out. Using the ‘You’re Fired’ machine gun
- Yell ‘Son of a Bitch’ when killed during video games
- Despise CoD
- Despise Twilight
- Praise Altman
- When dealing with young children placed under your care, sarcasm and insults are acceptable methods of speaking with them
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- All Hail the Flying Spaghetti Monster
- Would You Kindly keep reading?
- Wear T-shirts with video game, television, or internet references on them
- High five people that recognise them
- Punch those that don’t
- Applaud the people who’ve read this far down without losing interest
- This is the best rule ever. Of all time
- Break the fourth wall. Hi there!
- Break the fourth wall again. Hi there again!
- I have no idea
- In relation to the above rule, yay!
- Here comes Dr. Tran!
- Be contemptuous of readers and followers that jump to conclusions about a story that’s only one chapter long and hasn’t been updated, and think of ways of being sarcastic about it in a list but come up with this instead
- Wonder if they get it or if it passes them by
- Don't panic
- Get the names of long time fans wrong
- Especially if they sound like something from Star Wars
- And hail from Australia
- Hail HYDRA!
- Shark Week
- Have cats
- Realise this list is really long
- Realise you don’t care
- Dethklok, Dethklok!
- Do you dig giant robots?
- When life gives you lemons, GET MAD!
- Hail Satan
- There are no such things as boundaries. M30 Industries prides itself on breaking norms, and killing folk who don't usually die
- Popularity does not grant a character any kind of invulnerability. Anyone can die, even Fluttershy and Sweetie Belle. In fact, the cuter and more innocent the character, the more likely they are to be killed
- Coffee. That is all
- Arriving in the knick of time makes you a Big Damn Hero
- And always worry about thwarting the will of the man with the really big gun. He's looking to kill some folk
- Sacrifices must be made on a regular basis to appease the Dark Lord Fluffy. Prime sources of virgins to offer the Dark Lord are comic conventions, gaming conventions, pony conventions, and crazy cat lady homes
If you have any questions, complaints, or simply wish to speak with an employee of M30 Industries then please contact us by using the messaging button located at the very top of this webpage, and while we appreciate reviews left by readers who lack Fan Fiction accounts, M30 Industries is unable to answer them due to the anonymous nature of the review. We request that all enquiries made on Fan Fiction be through the use of a full account as this will enable our customer services desk to concisely respond to whatever problem or question you have.
For those do not have a Fan Fiction account and do not wish to have one, M30 Industries can be contacted via the following services: Xbox Live, Steam, and Skype. Simply enter M306117 into the search bar and you’ll put into contact with one of our workers just as soon as they are able to respond.
Please bear in mind that, as a British based company, M30 Industries working hours are based around the UTC-0 time zone. Take this into account when sending a message as this may delay a response.
From everyone here at M30 Industries, we thank you for choosing us as your first stop in fictional entertainment and hope that this page has answered any questions you may have had about us. If you have another question that wasn’t answered, feel free to contact us. Standard network charges apply.
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*Compared to profits posted in the fiscal year of 1974. Note: not adjusted for inflation.