Author has written 7 stories for Fairy Tail, and Naruto.
You could love me or not
Wow, I can't believe a certain somebody actually asked me to fill in my profile.
Well, guess it's time to reintroduce myself to the world.
Name: Real name's Mantas, but people here call me by my English name, Matt. Or you can just call me by my pen name. Whichever works.
Age: 19; birthday's on the 10th of January
A short description of yours truly: A hopeless cynic, is what I'd like to say. Lately I've been more happy-go-lucky that I'd like to admit, and that's scaring me. Otherwise I'm pretty much an asshole, if I go by what other people have said. I see bullshit - I call said bullshit out, spiced up with a few intricate sentences that would make your brain explode. That's basically it. Other than that, I believe I'm rather easy to talk to/get to know. I'm not judgmental, but if you go against anything I believe in I'll judge and bash the crap out of you. Did I forget anything? Probably. Meh.
What I like in writing: A clear depiction of reality. If you, for some awkward reason, want to catch my attention with a story, don't make it a goddamned Mary Sue fairy tale with excessive amounts of fluff. I'll burn it so bad you won't know what the fuck it is after I'm done with it. Reality should be pictured as it is - an unforgiving whore. Sure, it can have its moments, but don't overblow it. Also, multiplying said misery-inducing description and making it even darker works wonders. The characters need to be realistic, so much so that they should make me believe that they aren't generic pieces of shit like some of FT's characters are (I won't mention any names, but the people who know me on here probably know exactly who I'm talking about). The plot needs to be solid and decently explained. Plot holes are a no-go; they just ruin the overall experience. Sure, you can leave the ending in the air or something similar to that, but you can never, and I stress the word never, leave the journey to the outcome unexplained. Strong characters who can stand up for themselves and have a voice are one of my favorite aspects of a story, just please, don't make them invincible.
What I dislike in writing: Pretty much obvious; too much fluff, shitty characters, an unbeatable or otherwise known as Godlike protagonist, weak as all hell characters, harems, and stupid as fuck plot holes. One of these minuses are bad enough, but if I see a story which has all of the above I might have a damned heart attack. To add to that, using too much description isn't a good thing either; I don't need or want to know the position your character uses to place his or her ass on the lavatory, or the sounds he or she makes while taking a crap and what he or she experiences while doing so. Come to think of it, that might actually be quite an amusing read. I know some people who could make such a 'story' better than some of the 'stories' published on this site.
Some info you may or may not give a shit about: I live in Lithuania, which is more or less obvious if you know how FFnet's profile system works. A freshman in college, I'm a major in English, and I'll go ahead and say that I'm pretty damn good at it (self-proclaimed Grammar Fuhrer, teehee). I spend a lot of time on my computer, well, depending on how booked my schedule is, and what I do is either listen to music or just procrastinate through my homework. I'm a hopeless procrastinator, that shit ain't even funny.
Been a part of this site since 2012 (yet again obvious) and it's been almost two years since I joined. Shit, where does the time go? Funny how I have yet to finish any of my stories. Like I said, I'm a hopeless procrastinator. I write whatever I like, whenever I like. Sure, I do take to heart when people ask me to update something, but remember: I am not getting paid for this. You telling me to update something faster or begging me to write something won't always make me go all fuzzy inside and pick up a pen. That is, unless you want me to force it, which would turn it into a piece of garbage so large it couldn't even fit into the disposal unit.
Ads!: I've got a twitter account (for some reason I blame my oh so dear mentor grampa Kuroyagi for this) and it goes by Dauwz_Wins. So, If you ever want to know how well I'm doing, be it in writing or in general, just take a peek. Followers are welcome, if you are so inclined.
Okay, now I'm bored. I'll fill something else in later.
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