Author has written 16 stories for Pokémon, HuniePop, Puella Magi Madoka Magica/魔法少女まどか★マギカ, and Persona Series.
Hello, and thank you for stopping by my profile. This is where I'll be posting updates to the TrioPop series, Redemption's Fall, and other Pokemon Nuzlocke-related fanfiction.
TrioPop is a series of stories based on the HuniePop match-three dating sim. Each story centers around a group of oddball friends: Tiffany the cheerleader, Nikki the gamer girl, and Audrey the mega-bitch, exploring how their friendships are tested as they encounter the supernatural elements of the HuniePop universe.
Redemption's Fall is "based on a true story", in a manner of speaking. It's the written account of my Emerald Nuzlocke Run, with a few (a lot) of creative liberties in terms of setting, characters and events. I've tried to present the story so that all readers can enjoy it, regardless of their familiarity with the Nuzlocke Challenge. All you really need to know is that Nuzlocke pokemon can die, and every character is fair game for "offing", even my starter. Who survives is a mystery, even to me!
You can learn more about the Nuzlocke Challenge at the following link:
Desolation's Rise is a companion piece to RF, and illuminates the backstories of the Hoenn leaders met throughout the journey. Are they truly as despicable and corrupt as they appear?
I was originally going to sprinkle these "side chapters" throughout the main story but a round of re-reading I felt it was too jarring to pop in and out of the main narrative. So if you want to read the 'untold tales' that happen beyond Virgil's perspective, check this one out.
In Black and White: Veera's Dream is my winning entry to a fanart contest by DeviantArt artist Wasserbienchen. The challenge was to illustrate the dream of a pokemon from her fan-comic In Black and White. Wasser's comic depicts a Unova where pokemon are much like Earth animals - they can't talk, aren't anthropomorphized, and no one is quite sure what is going on in their heads. In keeping with that theme from her story, I chose to keep the dream of Veera the Lilligant ambiguous. Cheren, Bianca and protagonist White all try to interpret the pokemon's inner thoughts, but end up projecting their own ambitions, fears and hopes onto the little flower.
Be sure to give In Black and White a read. You won't regret it!