Poll: In No One Knows Who We Are, do you want a somewhat fluffy ending, or the last chapter to be a fight? (Meaning, Pudding's chapter or Zakuro's chapter goes last.) Vote Now!
Author has written 32 stories for Tokyo Mew Mew, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, Dragon Ball Z, Pokémon, Final Fantasy X, Disgaea, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Name: Kraehenhexe, or any shorter version you think up. (you may know me as Saosin or Aeia)
Notes: I'm the first person and leader of the Noctis Lucis Caelum/Hope Estheim pairing, NokuHopu! My OTP has yet to reach any fame and glory, but I will bring forth the fans this ship deserves! Join our legion, currently with one active member: myself. NokuHopu will get love if I have to write a thousand fics for someone to notice!
Stuff my readers probably don't care to know but I'm still telling you about them:
2) I keep getting pleasantly surprised by the occasional new favorite or follow, and then immediately guilt-tripped afterwards. I deserve it, though. No One Knows Who We Are is, in fact, still in the works. I actually have them outlined, and maybe a fourth fully written out in each chapter, but progress is ridiculously slow. It doesn't help that my PC died, either. Zakuro's chapter is due to be completed first, with Pudding's following immediately after.
3) I have other random fics that I'll work on for some time, but I'm not sure when anything new will be posted after the completion of NO1KWWA. The only thing with any real substance is a revamp of Lost Forever, which will be under a new name with much more drama and (you guessed it) angst. Because angst is what I live on and I have no difficulty killing off a character. Also, Kisshu is probably the most yandere I've ever seen him. But will this ever happen? Tune in next time I decide to update to find out!
Thank you for taking the time to read this, if you did! I hope you enjoy my stories, and if you want, please take the time to review them. I love reading your responses, and I appreciate knowing how my writing style has progressed.