Author has written 48 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Pokémon, Avatar: Last Airbender, Legend of Zelda, Avengers, Rise of the Guardians, Doctor Who, How to Train Your Dragon, Mario, Kirby, Super Smash Brothers, Undertale, and Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.
In case I don't say it in any chapter of any of my stories, I own nothing except my OCs, and everything you recognize belongs to their respective owner(s).
Falling in Love In Avatar Land, Zarla's Story, and Before (and After) the Fall:
There's a lot of reasons I deleted these. The first and foremost being I feel as if Zarla's sexual harassment was not ever correctly addressed and was offensive to those who it was. The second is that I feel many of the characters were very OOC unless I was following script. And thirdly, everything was just too much of a bloody mess. I mean, if people still want to read this I can message you all of it, but the fact of the matter remains that the only reason I had these up as long as I did was because of archival purposes, but since I have all the files on my laptop... it's kind of pointless to leave those on here. I feel better with these taken down.
Another Kataang Anastasia:
Status: Complete! (Finally)
Sorry it took so long, and if the last chapter's shoddy. It's dedicated to SokkasFirstFangirl, the author of Kataang Anastasia. Check out her story as well! And I do apologize for the extremely spoardic updates...
Summary: Another Kataang Anastasia story, based off of SokkasFisrtFangirl's Kataang Anastasia. Benders are included in this story.
Zoroark's Side of Things:
Not my best piece of work. I feel like I was ten when I wrote it, which might not be so far from the truth. I can't believe how many people actually liked it.
I probably won't do a sequel since there's not much to talk about, but I might make a remake as soon as I can watch the movie again or find a script for it. I'll probably have better luck nowadays
Summary: Based off of Cartoon Network's Zoroark: Master of Illusions, this story is of Zoroark's thoughts throughout the movie. Sequel and remake in progress.
Honestly, it has far too many typos. "Tie" instead of "Time" for instance. So, yeah, sorry about that. Otherwise, thanks to Volvagia on YouTube for the Skyward Sword Walkthrough from which I got the dialogue.
Summary: What I thought Link's thoughts might be while Zelda's explaining things. Has a curse in it.
My first songfic, song being Avril Lavigne's "Tomorrow". One of my favorites. Has some typos.
Summary: What Annabeth might've felt like while Percy was missing in Son of Neptune.
Phil Coulson's Funeral and Related Side Stories
This is my tribute to Agent Phil Coulson. OC and OOC alert. One of my personal favorites.
Summary: Self-explanatory title. This is my version of Agent Phil Coulson's "funeral" and side stories that go along with it. A not very cameo appearance by Zarla and Adam from FiLiAL. It's not necessary to know them for the story.
Going to the Capital with Captain America
I took a trip to Washington D.C. in May and the idea came to me sometime later.
Summary: Amela from Phil Coulson's Funeral and Related Side Stories and Steve Rogers go to Washington D.C. a vacation with Amela might become a series. Rated "T" because I'm paranoid. Oneshot.
Sandy needed a lot more love. I had a pair of footie pajamas and a desire to write.
Summary: Sandy meets a young girl. This wouldn't be so weird except for the fact that she had built a hidey hole on her rooftop. Homosexuality between two OCs. Oneshot.
Jack and His Camera
Inspired by my sister, Irish Lover Girl, and Children of a Lesser God, though I forget who that story is by. Look it up, it's pretty fantastic. It also has a prequel/companion, Cookies and Temples. Check it out when you get the chance.
Summary: Head cannon: Jack Frost's hoodie pocket was made to be bigger on the inside by North as a first Christmas present. Jack collects a truckload of items, including a camera. Man in Moon help the Guardians.
Jack and Poppy
Jack's sister needs love, not angst. And so does Sandy. So, this story was born!
Summary: Jack hardly even glanced at poppy fields. The one time he did nearly sent him into tears. Sandy wants to know why. A sort-of tie-in with Jack and His Camera.
Poppy Overland, Spirit of Laughter
Inspired by paying way too much attention to animation, Jack's sister is his first believer. Too bad he wasn't there to find out before she died. Good thing the Moon was watching and that I can't stand sad endings.
Summary: Jack's first believer was his little sister three years after he drowned. Too bad she died three days after she started believing. Good thing the Moon revived her, and that the Sandman is amazing at presents.
How to Prank the Guardians
The blackmail photos and pranks mentioned in JaHC and PO,SoL are here. I seriously spent far too much time thinking of these...
Summary: Or the five times Jack and Poppy pranked the Guardians (plus one) and the one time that the Guardians pranked them back. Remember those blackmail pictures I mentioned in JaHC, and the pranks in PO, SOL? Well, here they are. Rated for a cuss word in a quote. Oneshot.
Smoke and Mirrors and the Language of the Wind
I wanted to do something with a legend about mirrors I heard. Thus, this story was born!
Summary: Jack never looked at reflective surfaces for 302 years after he saw his reflection morph into something terrible. What happens when his sister, Poppy, the Spirit of Laughter, realizes why he's looking in horror at North's hall of mirrors? Oneshot.
I got obsessed with phobias for a day. Sue me (but don't. I don't want to deal with the paperwork). Also, I want to show you that everyone's afraid of something. It is completely natural.
Summary: Even the mightiest heroes are afraid of something. What are the Guardians afraid of?
Day of Silence
I participated in Day of Silence, a day to mirror the silence forced upon victims of LGTBQ bullying.
April 19th. On this day, people remove their voices from society to mirror the silence of victims of anti-queer bullying to show their support of LGBTQ individuals. This is my contribution.
You know, I've always hated it when people said that winter could just be done away with and nothing bad would come. Ever think it's there for a reason greater than the tilt of the Earth?
Summary: Winter is necessary. So is fun. So by extension, Jack Frost is a necessity. (AKA where the heck is the "explanation" genre?)
Poppy vs. Pitch
I mentioned Poppy kicking Pitch's ass in Phobia, and Jack already knew about her fear in Phobia, so this is a sort of prequel to it.
Summary: Remember how in Phobia Poppy fought Pitch and handed his butt to him? Well, here's the story behind that.
I got a request. I did it.
Summary: Request from Screaming Fire (guest). There were once four people- Sicily Jones and her brother, Henry, and their cousins, James and Thomas Lewis. They all died and became the spirits of the elements that killed them. This is their story.
I realized I mentioned Poppy's picture, and I wanted to know her reaction. This is what it is.
Summary: I mentioned in Jack and His Camera about his first picture being of his little sister... what happens when she finds it in his hoodie pocket one day? Oneshot.
This was actually rolling in my head about a month or so after "Penguin Pajamas". I just posted it recently because I was digging around my files.
Summary: In WWI and WWII, Russia wasn't taken over due to a few factors. One being the sheer size of the army and the cold that destroyed the armies not used to it. So how does Jack tie into this? Rated for mentions of war. Oneshot.
The TARDIS Says "No"
I had an idea and it had to be done. Although I haven't actually watched Doomsday, I hope I've read and seen enough about it to do this fix it justice. Also, seriously loving the fact that the TARDIS is a character in the character listings; she's my favorite, after all.
Summary: In which the TARDIS looks at Doomsday and says "Nah. Not doing it."
The Five Times Sandy Met Death
A five-and-one story, this tale tells of a strange, silent friendship between the Dream Bringer and Death. The time periods are probably inaccurate, but i tried. Also a reference to the Assassin's Creed fandom in here without mentioning it by name.
Summary: And the one time he didn't. People die in their sleep all the time. Wouldn't it make sense for the giver of dreams to meet the heralder of death?
TARDIS vs. Time Lord - The Box Wins
The only thing I have to say is that if the TARDIS, Ninth Doctor, and Donna were all in the same room and understood each other, nothing would ever get done because they'd be too busy sassing each other.
Summary: A few weeks after "The TARDIS Says No", the Doctor still hasn't talked with Rose. Well, he has, but not in the way the TARDIS wants him to. It's time for her to take matters into her own "hands"... again. Rose and Martha are mentioned briefly, but aren't really included otherwise.
TARDIS and the Thief-But-Not
I always wondered what the TARDIS thought of John Smith. I also wanted someone to call John Smith out on his Doctor-like behavior. (He's still the same man, just with different memories.) Winters-Dawn1221 gave me the inspiration to put my thoughts into words.
Summary: The TARDIS's reaction to the Doctor's self-hatred as voiced by John Smith in Human Nature and the Family of Blood. Rated mostly for uncomfortable topics, and hurt with little comfort. Inspired by a conversation Winters- Dawn1221 and I were having.
An attempt at showing the odd relationship between Hiccup's previous father figures and his best friend. How do they fare while their common ground is currently unconscious in his bed?
Summary: Stoick's at a stalemate. With his son's dragon, of all things. It's pretty much a day in the life of a chief with an unconscious son who's managed to flip the world upside down in less than two days.
Inspired by the many, many headcannons my friend and I had about Dragonese after watching HTTYD2, this fic was born.
Summary: Between Hiccup's curiosity and Toothless's intelligence, it was bound to happen sometime. They exchange languages. Somehow, this surprises people.
Because let's face it: Hiccup with baby dragons in Gift of the Night Fury is nothing short of adorable. Once again inspired by the many, many headcannons we had.
Summary:It really shouldn't have surprised Toothless how well his hatchling got along with the others. Birds of a feather flock together, right? (Though in this case, would it be dragons of a scale?)
Status: Complete (for real this time)
The thing that bothers the hell out of me is Hiccup's forgiveness. I mean, his entire village treated him as a walking disaster. The only person who'd give him the time of day was Gobber. And let's face it; even Gobber had a few listening issues. So assuming everything from the first movie to the series to GotNF to HTTYD2 is cannon, how could Hiccup forgive so quickly? This is my take on how, as told from Toothless's point of view. And also my deal with the Hiccup and Valka relations after the movie.
Summary: When did his hatchling get so wise? (Chapter Two discusses HTTYD2, so if you don't want spoilers, don't read that part.)
Hiccup's sword in HTTYD2 is befitting of a dragon trainer, especially one like Hiccup. But how did he find out about the Monstrous Nightmare saliva? How did he make the sword? Not without a few misadventures along the way.
I'd like to formally apologize for the last few paragraphs of repetitiveness and lack of details. I was excited but exhausted and you see the results.
Summary: Hiccup's fire-sword is a sight to behold. But how did he go about making it? The dragons know. At least one was there through every shout, curse, burn, and explosion that eventually ended up in the sword Inferno. Slight spoilers for HTTYD2.
As I'm sure you're aware by now, I had some issues with how quickly Hiccup forgave everyone. Why not show how Toothless didn't?
Summary: Hiccup forgives easily. But dragons can hold grudges to the death. So what does Toothless think about the man who shattered his hatchling's world?
Bread Making Viking
Oh come on. Do you really expect me not to nit-pick that quote apart? Think about it: Hiccup. Baking. It doesn't get any better!
Summary: There's a reason Hiccup asked if he could be a bread making Viking instead of a dragon killing one. HTTYD2 spoilers!
Status: Complete (for real this time)
Yeah, yeah, I know, stop adding details you're going to forget to write in later on... but in all seriousness, why are there only like, fifty stories for this couple? They need more love, damn it!
Summary: Blumiere and Timpani need some more love. So here's my contribution to the pairing that overcame an apocalypse!
Yet another one of the headcanons my friend and I made up. I actually had this sitting around for months... it usually just takes me a while to clean out my Documents folder!
Summary: Because admit it- we've all thought that hiccup would be hot if he wore glasses. Luckily, we're not alone. Astrid thinks the same as we do!
Return of the Void
This is why I haven't been posting many one-shots recently. Seventeen chapters long and a whopping 90,000 words, I feel as if I gave not only Blumiere and Timpani but Daisy the love they deserved. BRING DAISY INTO THE OTHER MARIO GAMES, NOT JUST THE SPORTS! Effective though they may be...
Summary: It's the end of the worlds... again. But this time, Blumiere, Timpani, and Daisy are along for the ride. How will this affect the events? Who is the mysterious "guy in green"? And why can't I sum up my own story? This story is done in honor of chuggaaconroy, whose Super Paper Mario Let's Play gave me the inspiration to write this. Enjoy!
I just really liked Magolor as a character and was really surprised when he turned out to be the bad guy (though I have to say that Chugga doing the demonic Elmo voice sort of took away from the situation, but was hilarious none the less). But knowing about the history of Nintendo and names, I did a bit of my own research late one night and found out that "Magolor" can essentially translate to "large story"... which is what I meant to write about, but instead I ended up with Kirby and Meta Knight friendship fluff. Which was okay in my books, so here we are. And what I mean by "second 180 degree personality" is a reference to Marx. As I said, I only know of him through word of mouth and the characterizations of him are different, so I have no idea which one is closest to the truth. Thus, he was not really included in the story except in passing mention.
Summary:What really happened in Return to Dreamland with Magolor? And how do Kirby and Meta Knight deal with the second 180-degree personality?
So one night I was kicked to the couch and I started playing Smash Bros. Brawl because, well, I was there and I could. I only recently got the game so really all I had were videos that were either too long for my attention span or had live commentary that I was paying attention to. In actual gameplay, however, I tried to look for the little things (as you tend to do when you finish up three or four incomplete files of a storyline). I may/may not have gotten a bit too into it and paid a lot of attention to Kirby's role, and thus this was born. I'm a complete sucker for Meta Knight and Kirby friendship/teacher-student relationship, so that's where those little bits are added in. Besides, it was, essentially, a war. Do you really expect it to be all sunshine and rainbows?
Summary:The Subspace Emissary has a pretty obvious story line... but what about the parts we missed? How did Kirby react to the world falling apart around everyone? Here's my take on it.
So many things went into the creation of this. Fluff is my favorite Kirby character other than Meta Knight, so I wanted to flesh him out way more than Nintendo has (or probably ever will). Also, I was waiting for something during school so I just made up a random Kirby comic. Little to no plot existed other than DreamLand was in danger and Fluff, for whatever reason, was in DreamLand and couldn't return to Patchland. And Maxim Tomatoes for Patchlanders work like Metamatoes for Dreamlanders. That's where the idea of Fluff attacking Meta Knight comes in, as well as Fluff calling Kirby "Kaabii", his Japanese name. Bits and pieces were taken from Kirby's Emissary and Magalor, as well as a tiny, inconspicuous reference to SilverWarriorWolf's "Kirby! Dreamland Chronicles". I also wanted to explain some things, like why Whispy is nearly always the first boss in Kirby. (Kirby lives just beyond the edge of his woods. Whispy's the first person he runs into, and because Whispy is tied closely to the balance of the planet, he's often corrupted quickly. Also, as a tree, he's not very versed in conversation.)
Summary: Prince Fluff is my personal favorite Kirby character… and is sorely lacking in love. So, almost two years since I've played through the game myself, I decided to write a little bit about my favorite puffball. (Er... favorite circle?)
Cheer Up the Skeleton 2k16. Seven prompts for seven days by teffyjeffy on Tumblr.
Written for teffyjeffy's "Cheer Up the Skeleton" prompts on tumblr. The only rules are that Sans has to be happy (at least by the end of it) and the only tears allowed are tears of joy. The first in a series of seven, Sunday's Prompt was "Waking Up".
Summary: Sans wakes up. Sun is shining, birds are singing- Wait.
Written for teffyjeffy's "Cheer Up the Skeleton" prompts on tumblr. The second in a series of seven (and the first one posted on time), Monday's prompt was "Games".
This can also be known as the fic where Sans mains Pikachu in Smash 4 and Papyrus mains Roy because reasons.
Summary: A slice of life with the skelebros, because nothing makes Sans happier than his brother being happy.
Part of teffyjeffy's "Cheer Up the Skeleton". Third in the series of seven, Tuesday's prompt was "The Outdoors".
Summary: As nice as sunshine is... the skelebros enjoy the stars more.
Part of teffyjeffy's "Cheer Up the Skeleton". Fourth in the series, Wednesday's promt was "Family". Inspired by this comic: sylphee. /post/135223041721/ tfw-depression-mucks-up-your-sense-of-time-resets
Summary: Sans's family is a lot bigger than he thinks.
Part of teffyjeff- you get the point. Fifth in the series, Thursday's prompt was music. Because seriously, it's Undertale. To not even have a passing mention of the soundtrack is blasphemy.
Summary: It's a sibling thing.
The Machine is Fixed:
Sixth in the series, this was Friday's prompt. As cool as creepy Gaster theories can be, and as fantastic as the "Sans is Ness" idea is, this is about cheering up the skeleton. So, return of the Dadster it is.
Summary: Well, that was unexpected.
The final piece of the series, this was Saturday's prompt.
Summary: It's been a great week, but just because something's ending doesn't mean it has to be sad.
Obi2k16. A series of seven prompts for Adrien/Chat Noir of Miraculous Ladybug by me. I actually have a reason for naming this series and you can see it here. If you're not interested, just skip down to where the text is bold again.
Okay so one of the questions I know I’m going to get on this series is something among the lines of “what the heck is this name even”, so I’m going to explain it here.
I’ve got a cat named Obi. I could pretty much stop the story here, but that’s not the only reason, so I won’t. Anyway, Obi’s a real life chat noir. As in black cat, not the character, cool as he pretends to be. She’s also the most cat cat we’ve ever had, but that beside the point. The real point is how she came to be our cat.
See, Obi’s name wasn’t always Obi (short for obsidian). When I first met her, she was Shadow. She lived on my best friend’s porch and was an outdoor cat because their parents couldn’t take her inside due to various issues. At this point we had two cats already living in our home, and Mom was reluctant to take in more. This was all fine and good for about three months – about the length of fall where I live. But winter here… well, last year it got down to I think it was -16 degrees Fahrenheit (-26.6 Celsius)? And that didn’t include wind chill. Long story short, Mom basically looked at the weather and said “dammit”. So we acquire Obi.
Again, I could end the story here, but there’s still more. Plus I haven’t exactly gotten to the reason I named this series after my cat other than very obvious explanations. So anyway, after a long period of trial and error (remember those two other cats I mentioned? One’s 18, the other’s 12 and thinks he’s a dog, and Obi is less than 2 years old), we had to get her declawed. Yes, we know declawing’s mean. No, we did not have another option due to several various personal factors you don’t need to know. Just trust me when I saw we really didn’t have another choice. Anyway, my sister and my mom go basically for a full on vet appointment, intending on getting her the shots she needed and getting as well as declawed. Anyway, they shave her stomach to fix her but they found a tattoo. That tattoo meant she had already had several procedures, including being fixed and immunized. No, I don’t know what the tattoo says exactly. Obi’s not nearly friendly enough with me to let me read it. But that’s not really what got to us. What got to us is what that tattoo implied:
Obi had a home before.
The question for a while was “do we have someone’s runaway cat?” Answer: unlikely. There’s nothing out there about a missing black cat and believe me, we looked. More likely thing is that Obi was abandoned, and did what she had to do to survive. She wormed her way into my friend’s dad’s heart, a tough thing for a cat to do since he usually hisses at them to get them to leave. He still visits her whenever he gets the chance. They’re adorable, really.
But… that kind of got me thinking. I can relate to Adrien in some ways – loneliness is something I’ve been dealing with for some time now – and just… well. I read a lot of stories. The most popular interpretation of Chat’s personality is Adrien’s real one, the one buried expectations and duty that can only come out when those are gone. Some of these have had a lonely Chat saying something about him being able to leave and no one missing him. Like, missing him because their friend/family member is missing but missing him because he’s an important public figure. Obi’s assumed story and Chat’s assumed emotions just… lined up. Plus the fact that she’s an actual black cat (and a bit of a shit)… well. I needed a name, and it fit.
And that is “what the heck this name even” is.
This is the first prompt in a series of seven, one for each day of the week. This prompt was made in response to the tag "#letAdrieneat2k16" and other variants.
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To Be Published: Fire Forged and Battle Worn (SSBB), Mysteries (A:TLA), and Guidance (A:TLA)