Author has written 5 stories for Code Geass, Justice League, Star Wars, and Star Wars.
Favorite Media/Literary Items:
- Code Geass (My favorite show, period. I wrote my first fanfiction in this anime's section, and will hopefully write many more. May its wonderful fandom never die)
- Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler (Honestly one of the best animes I've ever seen, though the majority of the fandom irritates me greatly)
- Gundam (most of them anyway, don't really like G-gundam)
- Soul Eater (after watching this, I've decided it's way better than Bleach)
- The Astonishing life of Octavian Nothing (Read it, it's very good!).Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Don't really like the movie though)
- Star Wars: Revan (I especially recommend this if you're a Revan fan)
- Star Wars: Darth Bane trilogy (for those who don't mind cheering on the Dark Side)
- Star Wars Episodes 1-6 (Yes, I like the prequels as well as the originals. Sue me)
- Dishonored (a very fun game, I highly recommend it)
- Darker than Black (why it doesn't get more attention is a mystery to me)
-Bleach (don't like it as much as I used to but the premise is good, and some of the characters are fantastic. R.I.P. Ulquiorra)
-Ghost in the Shell (this whole franchise is just amazing. It's a breath of fresh air from the usual anime stereotype, and anyone who's looking for something that'll actually get you thinking should really give this series a shot)
-Fate Series (this one holds a special place for me; not only is the premise and execution amazing but this helped me get through a rough time. Definitely worth exploring even if it does have a thick lore)
-Youjo Senki/Saga of Tanya the Evil (A wonderful series with a good anime adaptation to give it a boost. Definitely a different beast from usual, but highly recommended nonetheless)
"Dare to know!" - Immanuel Kant, Prussian philosopher
"Le tat, c'est moi." (I am the state.) - Louis XIV, King of France
"Ultima Ratio Regum." (The final arguement of kings.) - inscription on French cannons by order of Louis XIV
"First feelings are always the most natural." - Louis XIV
"Gentlemen of France, perhaps you would care to fire first?" - English officers at the Battle of Fontenoy, 1745
"We're in a war, damnit! We're going to have too offend somebody!" - John Adams, 2nd US President
"Let all brave Prussians follow me!" - Count von Sedgewick, Prussian General, his last words before being killed by a cannon ball
"...Two corpses, in one grave." - Gravemind, Halo 3
"I... I am a monument... to all your sins." - Gravemind, Halo 2
"Even Messiahs need to perform miracles if they are to be recognized. Therefore we need to perform our own miracle, don't we?" - Lelouch vi Britannia
"Oh I know what the ladies like." - Sergeant A.J. Johnson, Halo 2
"Sir, permission to leave the station."
"For what purpose, Master Chief?"
"To give the Covenant back their bomb." - Spartan 117 to Lord Terrance Hood, Halo 2
"The church will pray to God for the dead, the survivor has honor and glory." - Alexander V. Suvorov, Russian Generalissimo
"The bullet is a mad thing; only the bayonet knows what it is about." - Alexander V. Suvorov
"Stand by me, my brave grenadiers!" - Charles Lee, U.S. general, his last words
"The only ones who should kill are those who are prepared to be killed!" - Lelouch vi Britannia
"Thought I'd try shooting my way out." - Spartan 117, Halo 3
"I am Revan reborn, and before me you are nothing." - Revan, Dark Lord of the Sith and Jedi Master
"War is hell." - General Sherman, U.S. general
"These hands of mine have been dirty for a long time now Suzaku. Your coming here to face me now doesn't matter at all, hell I welcome it even. I mean of course you and I are friends." - Lelouch vi Britannia
"Everything which the enemy least expects will succeed the best." - Frederick the Great, King of Prussia
"Man is born free, yet everywhere is in chains." - Jean-Jacques Rosseau, French Philosophe
"Imagination rules the world." - Napoleon Bonaparte, French Emperor
"Men will fight for a colored piece of ribbon." - Napoleon Bonaparte
"If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the results of a hundred battles." - Sun Tzu, Chinese General
"Can't repeat the past? Why of course you can!" - Jay Gatsby, American Millionaire
"The lights are going out all over Europe. They will not be lit again in our lifetime." - Sir Edward Grey, British Foreign Secretary, on the eve of World War I
"You lowly being. Are you trying to defeat me with mere bullets?" - Zero, Nightmare of Nunnally
"Laws are like sausages. It's better not to see them being made." - Otto von Bismarck, first German Chancellor
"One day the great European War will come out of some damned foolish thing in the Balkans." - Otto von Bismarck
“Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes of a soldier dying on the battlefield will think hard before starting a war.” - Otto von Bismarck
"I'm nothing like you! You're a criminal, a psychopath; all you care about is destruction!"
"And all you care about you destroy." - Slade to Robin, Teen Titans
"A crown is simply a hat that let's the rain in." - Frederick the Great
"My people and I have come to a satisfactory arrangement. They say as they please and I do as I please." - Frederick the Great
"The greatest argument against democracy is a five minute discussion with the average voter." - Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister
"It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets." Voltaire, French Philosophe
"The absolute ruler may be a Nero, but he may also be a Titus or a Marc Aurelius; the people is often Nero, but never Marc Aurelius." - Antoine de Rivarol, French Writer
"Insanity in individuals is altogether rare - but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs is the rule." - Friedrich Nietzsche, German Philosopher
"It is the duty of a good shepherd to shear his sheep, not skin them." - Tiberius, Roman Emperor
"A room without books is like a body without a soul." - Cicero, Roman Lawyer and Philosopher
"Oh, Dearest Lord... I'm going to carve you up into little chunks and feed you to the dogs!" - Tanya von Degurechaff
Peace is a lie; there is only passion. Through passion I gain strength. Through strength I gain power. Through power I gain victory. Through victory my chains are broken. The Force shall free me.
- The Sith Code
The single greatest threat to humanity is ignorance. Our very survival hinges on the human capacity to learn of and understand ourselves and the world around us. Without knowledge we are simultaneously powerless to fulfill and inadequate for the responsibility that we as sentient beings have inherited. Ipsa Scientia Sotestas Est.
Jaeger's Modus Operandi: As a writer, even if it is as a hobby, it is both my moral and professional obligation to provide engaging and high quality literature to my readers. Therefore, when you read a story of mine, you can be assured that the utmost effort was put into making sure it is free of major grammatical errors and/or plagiarized ideas. The idea of an author is their property and is the product of their hard work and investment, and I will respect and acknowledge the effort that they put into it. That being said, from time to time parts of my stories will be similar to that of another author. I do this not to plagiarize but as a form of tribute, and am fully prepared and willing to give credit where credit is due.
While my stories will undoubtedly be inspired by the works of other authors from time to time, I fully believe that an author should try to be as original as possible when writing a story, so many of my works will either be new twists on old ideas, or more commonly completely new plot concepts that venture into uncharted territory, such as Equilibrium for example (Lelouch would make such an excellent Sith Lord, I fail to understand why there aren't more stories out there that explore this idea).
Addendum: When reading my stories, it should be noted that they do not reflect my personal beliefs. Granted, some of my values will inevitably bleed into what I write, but most of the time I write I'm putting myself into the character's mindset and viewing things through their eyes.
Story Ideas that I may consider writing one day. All ideas listed here are open to anyone willing to take a crack at them, just PM me for permission. Though even if one is adopted there is still the possibility that I will publish it one day. List is subject to occasional expansion.
Pride: "After the ELS War, I was lost and without a purpose. Peace is all well and good, and I'm not complaining that the fighting is over. But I am a warrior. The battlefield is as much a part of me as my own beating heart, and I live for the fight. To cross my blade with my equal in combat is for me the highest point of existence, a chance to show them my pride. Now here I am, in a strange new world with machines like the one I sit in now piloted by genetically enhanced super humans known as Coordinators. Their strength is truly immeasurable, as is their determination to win. But I wonder which will outlast the other? Their strength and determination, or my pride as a Flag Fighter?" - Gundam00/SEED crossover, slight AU from Trailblazer
A Second Chance: Anakin Skywalker died on the Death Star believing his journey had ended. Fate and the Force however prove him wrong when he is sent back to the past in the middle of the Clone Wars. He is determined to fix the past no matter what it takes. There's just one problem. He still wears the suit of Darth Vader and he isn't the only Anakin. The Chosen One will face his greatest challenge yet; thwarting Sidious' plot while at the same time making sure his true identity isn't exposed. It is a daunting challenge, but whoever said it would be easy? - Star Wars Prequel AU, time travel. Begins a few months after Episode II ends. Discontinued, rewritten as Sonderweg
Blood and Iron: For a hundred years the world has been at war. The Fire Nation's bloody march of conquest has left countless dead in its wake as it moves forward to plant its flag in every corner of the world. It is not the only nation with imperial ambitions however. The nonbender nations of Britain and France have forged their own empires in the Earth Kingdom relying on technology beyond even the Fire Nation's machines of war and the legendary skills and discipline of their nigh invincible armies. The peace between the three empires is tense as they swallow the Earth Kingdom's territory for themselves, each preparing for the inevitable war that will come with the fall of Ba Sing Se. The return of the Avatar means this war may arrive sooner than expected, and each nation must quickly adapt to the consequences of the Spirit of the World's return. The Fire Nation races to destroy the Avatar, while Britain marshals its mighty armies for the final conflict and France's Emperor Napoleon observes. Will Britain, the Lion of the South aid the Avatar in defeating the Fire Nation? Or will the land of Albion pursue its own agenda? And what of Imperial France, which looms in the North and is a wild card. Only one thing is certain. The war will not be ended by negotiations and treaties, but by iron and blood. - Avatar the Last Airbender AU with Britain and France as additional nations, one of my stranger ideas.
Divergence: The smallest of decisions can have the most devastating of consequences. A single twitch of a finger can send the world spiraling towards Armageddon. That is not the case here. In a moment of understanding, Rolo Halliburton spares Shirley Fennete at Ikebukuro Mall. He does not know it, but this simple decision shall change the course of history. - Code Geass AU, starts off at episode 13 of R2. LelouchxShirley
An Imperium of Man: Everyone knows how first contact went with the Turians. The war was not lost, but humanity was still absorbed into the Citadel because it was weak. But what if things had been different? What if humanity had not found the Prothean ruins on Mars? What if they didn't develop their technology around Mass Relays and Element Zero? What if the Turians encountered not the Human Systems Alliance, but instead they found... an Empire? - Mass Effect with elements of Star Wars, Imperial Humanity.
To the Stars: Laplace's Box has been opened, and among the changes this brings is the restoration of the Principality of Zeon under the leadership of Mineva Lao Zabi. For three years the principality recovers and heals, but there are still scars from the past two decades of violence. With the invention of an experimental FTL drive in U.C. 100, Zeon decides to leave the Earth Sphere behind in search of both a new home and redemption for past sins. Things go mostly as planned. Instead of a different planet the Principality ends up in a different universe entirely. One filled with alien races that use a technology known as Mass Effect... - Gundam UC/Mass Effect crossover. Some divergences from Unicorn.
A Knife in the Dark: He hated the shinobi system. It promoted nothing but greed, hatred, and war. The Hidden Villages play a grand zero sum game while the people suffer for their ambitions. No more. They want a war? He would give them war, war so terrible and so grand that it would stamp out the blood lust of the shinobi completely. And even if he had almost no chakra in his body, he would fight with all his might. Because he made a promise. And Naruto Uzumaki never went back on a promise. - AU, civilian!Naruto, alive Yondaime and Kushina. A political, realist, and manipulative Naruto.
A New World, An Old War: A variation of To The Stars, except instead of the world of Mass Effect the Principality of Zeon enters the Earth Sphere during the year CE 71, in the midst of the First Bloody Valentine War. Thrust into a new world with conflicts and hatreds all too similar to their own, Zeon must maintain the balance between neutrality in a blood-soaked era and expanding its own power and influence. By the time it is over, Azrael, Zala, everyone shall know the strength and resolve of the Nation of Space. - Obviously a Gundam UC/SEED crossover, some divergences from the UC timeline
The Spark of Change: Loiuse de la Valliere was not the best mage. She knew this, even accepted it within her heart, but refused to admit it to those who belittled and mocked her. For months now she has endured the sneers, the jeers, the whispers, the infernal moniker 'Louise the Zero'. No more. She was not the best mage, but by Brimir she would summon something great. Something to prove to these fools that she was just as noble as the rest of them. So on the day of the Spring Summoning, Louise puts her all into finding a familiar that would trounce all others. She gets one. It is not Saito Hiraga that is summoned, but an Ancient Dovah of Nirn. Louise's life, and all of Halkegenia, are about to change forever. - Familiar of Zero with an Ancient Dragon as Louise's familiar
Shadow Empress: Emily Kaldwin has achieved her revenge: all of those who conspired to take her throne have been disposed of in one way or another. The Void, however, is fickle. In her moment of triumph the young Empress falls through the endless dark of the Void, only to end up in a strange place. A world where Alchemy reigns supreme... - Dishonored 2/Fullmetal Alchemist crossover, Grey Emily
Sturm und Drang: The land of Skyrim is a harsh place, and thus produces harsh warriors, whether they were raised there or not. Enter the Dragonborn, fresh from his defeat of Alduin and at the height of his power, yet lusting for more; more adventure, more battle, more glory. Having been thrust into the middle of a civil war raging in the land known as Alagaesia, and he may yet get his wish... - Skyrim/Inheritance Cycle crossover
The Pursuit of Power: Louise Francoise has, for all appearances, failed her summoning. Filled with shame and self-loathing, she flees from the Academy of Magic and the judgement she feels she must face from her family. Lost in the wilderness, she is resigned to aimless wandering. That is, until she stumbles upon a ring. A ring which, while simple, is oh so Precious... Familiar of Zero/Lord of the Rings crossover
Ordinary Men: Many of the Empire's officers joined for glory and personal gain, only concerned with how they could enrich their own lives. Others, especially those old warriors from the days of the Republic, joined for love of their country. It is these men whose hearts weep at what has happened to the home they love. It is these men who will defend their country, whether the enemy comes from within or without. The Empire will be free. And it will be on their terms. - Star Wars, based off the German resistance movement in World War II.
A New Saga: Tanya von Degurechaff had (begrudgingly) become used to beings with delusions of grandeur meddling with her desires for a simple, comfortable life. She just didn't expect the empire she had begun to see as home being dragged along with her for the ride. Through a miracle (or whatever) the Germanian Empire and its White Silver find themselves in a new world teeming with creatures known to the locals as Grimm. These same locals also say the Grimm are a problem they have no true solution to; obviously none of their solutions are quite as effective as an application of Imperial firepower... - Saga of Tanya the Evil/RWBY crossover, will be a mixture of the LN and anime
Flight of the Eagle: Louise de la Valliere knew she wasn't a very good mage. Even with the best tutors growing up she still couldn't cast a single spell properly; the blasted rocks she used for practice could testify to that. Truly, most other nobles would be distraught at this state of affairs. This was just fine for her though. After all, even if she couldn't use magic she was still engaged to the Crown Prince of Prussia and the man who had stolen her heart. And Louise knew that even without proper magic, she and her Iron Prince had enough smarts between them to make it regardless. Now if only she could get him away from that flute... - Familiar of Zero with Prussia woven into the narrative. Or rather, the story of Prussia blowing the canon to pieces. Honestly something done for fun more than anything else.