Author has written 18 stories for Teen Titans, and Tron.
Name: Like I'd tell you.
Gender: Male. Very definitely male.
Birthday: January sometime.
Just so you know, I live in Australia, and we do spell some things differently to America, so don't remind me. That said, I do appreciate any and all reviews pointing out spelling and grammar mistakes that slipped through the net.
I also have an account on Writing Dot Com (www dot writing dot com slash main slash portfolio slash view slash shortyboss, remove the spaces, change the dots to '.' and the slashes to '/'), but be advised, that content is much more weird than what I usually publish here.
Titans Reunited: My first story. Set five years after the formation of the Titans. Starfire left for Tamaran two years ago, and when her younger brother arrives saying she's been captured, of course you realize, this means war! Rated T for violence and occasional swearing. Complete.
Teen Titans Season Six: This is a prequel of sorts to Titans Reunited. I've written thirteen episodes, set between Trouble in Tokyo and Titans Reunited. All episodes are rated T for violence.Season Six Episode 1: Ravaged Part I. After taking out the H.I.V.E. Five, the Teen Titans find Professor Chang, beaten, bruised and unconscious, in his lair. Who did this? Season Six Episode 2: Ravaged Part II. A pair of Honorary Titans arrive to drop of a criminal, and get caught up in the fight between the Teen Titans and Ravager. Season Six Episode 3: Titans North. A team of Titans track down a weapons smuggler, and decide to become the Titans North. Season Six Episode 4: Titans South. With the success of Titans North, Robin decides to form a new team, the Titans South. Season Six Episode 5: Vanishing Act. Cheshire has been hired to assassinate a politician in Steel City, and it's up to Titans East to stop her. Season Six Episode 6: The Fearsome Five. Dr Light and Psimon form a team of five villians to take on the Teen Titans in Jump City. Season Six Episode 7: Hot and Cold. Kid Flash and Jinx fight crime in Keystone City. Season Six Episode 8: Brother. Starfire's brother arrives in Jump City, but this family reunion soon dissolves into a free-for-all. Season Six Episode 9: Metamorphosis. Terra's older brother Geo-Force arrives in Jump City, and the Titans now have to explain to him what happened to her...and the mystery of the school-girl who looks like her. Season Six Episode 10: Wrong Place, Wrong Time. Killowat is a Titan from another dimension, and he wants to go home. Needless to say, things go wrong very quickly... Season Six Episode 11:To Catch a Thief. A day in the life of Red X, gentleman thief, rescuer of kittens and friend of children everywhere...but those last two might be stretching the truth a little. Season Six Episode 12: The Long Goodbye. Starfire has been called back to Tamaran. The Titans, especially Robin, do their best to make the last few days of her time on Earth the best time of her life... Season Six Episode 13: Titans Alone. Each of the founding five have gone their separate ways. What happened to them in that lonely period between The Long Goodbye and Titans Reunited?
The Seven Deadly Sins: Sequel to Titans Reunited. It all starts when Mumbo robs a bank, and he performs what has to be his strangest magic trick yet... Rated T for violence. Complete.
Realisation: Oneshot. Set immediately after Brother. Blackfire has been captured by the Gordanians, and her cellmate is the last person she expected to see... I wrote this mostly to explore Blackfire's character. Rated T.
House of Mirrors: There are many alternate universes in the multiverse. The differences between these universes can be very small, or very, very large. In one universe, they are heroes, the Titans. In another, they are ruthless criminals, the Tyrants. These two universes have collided before, and they will soon meet again... Rated T for graphic violence. On hiatus.
TRON: Uprising Season Two: Beck's battles against the Occupation grow more dangerous, but the Uprising is beginning to grow as well... Rated T for canon-typical depictions of violence, death, dismemberment, injury, torture, brainwashing, and rioting. In progress.Episode One: The Resistance, Part One: Tron has been healed, and the programs from Able's Garage stand with the Renegade. However, Clu is on his way to Argon, and Beck needs to get his new allies to safety... Episode Two: The Resistance, Part Two: Dyson is now in charge of the Occupation in Argon, and Tesler has been executed for incompetence. Tron sends Beck to retrieve Tesler's identity disc, and Paige learns the truth about several things... Episode Three: The Resistance, Part Three: Beck goes to Bismuth to meet with the Bismuth Rebels, but their leader isn't too pleased to find out that the Renegade isn't actually Tron... Episode Four: Survivors: The new members of the Uprising begin to settle in to their new lives, but the transition isn't completely smooth for all of them... Episode Five: Corruption: A virus infection has arrived in Argon City, and Beck and Paige do their best to stop the spread of the virus without resorting to the brutal methods of the Occupation... Episode Six: Purpose: Beck and Paige continue to rescue and cure virus infected programs, one of the cured programs struggles with her guilt, a few programs from the Occupation begin to question their orders, and Dyson finds out what Pavel has been up to all this time... This chapter contains an attempted suicide. Reader discretion is advised. Episode Seven: Research and Development: The virus infection has been dealt with and the quarantine lifted, allowing both the Uprising and the Occupation to prepare for the battles ahead... Episode Eight: Field Test: The Games. A symbol of the Occupation's brutal rule. While the Uprising can't strike at the Coliseum directly, they can rescue the programs being transported to the Coliseum, while three members of the Uprising sneak onto Dyson's flagship to find vital information... Episode Nine: Master and Apprentice: Cyrus is still alive, and has sent Beck a powerful message, taunting him for his failures. Beck struggles with his guilt and anger, but will his friends be able to save him when he lashes out on his own?... Episode Ten: The Traitor, Part One: The Uprising goes to spy on Able's Garage, and find out if the Occupation has set up a repurposing device in the Garage. While investigating the Garage, the Uprising attempts to rescue a program scheduled to be repurposed, but things don't go smoothly... Episode Eleven: The Traitor, Part Two: The Uprising is stronger than ever, and a plan is formed. An assault on the Coliseum is launched, but Dyson has his own plans in motion, and one of them is coming to fruition in the form of a deadly trap for Beck and Tron... This chapter contains a suicide. Reader discretion is advised. Episode Twelve: Liberation: The Uprising may have succeeded in rescuing the programs held inside the Coliseum, but the Renegade's team was unable to destroy the Coliseum, and Beck stayed behind to give his team time to escape. Can the Uprising rescue him before it's too late...?
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