Author has written 33 stories for Mario, Sesame Street, My Little Pony, Pikmin, Pokémon, Littlest Pet Shop, Scooby Doo, Soul Eater, Fullmetal Alchemist, C – Control – The Money and Soul of Possibility, Sonic the Hedgehog, Legend of Zelda, and Death Note.
Even if this goes without saying, I feel it is necessary to mention this anyway: I do not own any part of any fictional work that these fan fictions are built from. All intellectual property belongs to their respective owners. None of these creative works are ever intended to be used for commercial, promotional, or otherwise dubious purposes.
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I am generally not a "details" person. I prefer a thrilling plotline over a poetic string of sensory details. I also have a tendency to add more characters to a story than I should.
I'm also not one to shy away from "testing" different styles or modes of writing, even in the middle of a story. Since I believe that works published here aren't really meant to be taken too seriously, so I'll often experiment with new ideas and test different waters. Because of the nature of experimentation, there will be times where I screw up, maybe to the point of becoming insulting. If so, explain your position to me. Nothing can be done in silence.
In dialogue, I like concise, fast-paced statements of generally simple emotions. The thought processes of characters, however, I try to fill with both conflict, irregularities, and complicated lapses of logic. What "drives" a character is important to me, even if they don't have a good reason for what they do. Thus, I like to play the devil's advocate, and find it difficult to do anything else. I will find a legitimate reason for every action, no matter how ridiculous or stretched it may seem.
If you have any suggestions on how to improve as a writer, I'm open to advice. The ideal way to do so is via PM, that way I don't unfairly receive more reviews than I've garnered from actual writing.
Oh and if you have a complaint, just check this video for my response:
I generally will read one-shots and short stories, mostly because they're less of a time investment. Also, I can't stand it when a good series of chapters start turning sour. I dunno, it's kind of a mental investment as well.
Unfortunately, I have to judge books by their covers, (not literally though) simply because there are so many wonderful works out there to read, and I don't have time to read them all.
If you have a really great story you've written, don't hesitate to send it to me. I always prefer to be sent something personally, rather than stumbling upon it.
Yes, I know that's what a summary is for. I just want to provide information on the fanfictions I've written beyond a simple summary. A short description is nice for drawing an audience, but this section of the profile will act as a means for selective shopping. In other words, I'm going to tell what makes a specific story different from any of my others, because I don't generally remain in a specific genre or community forever.
Dimentio's Lament (Paper Mario):
An extremely short fiction (Is fiction a noun? I hope so.) that looks into the chaotic mind of Dimentio, the psychotic jester villain. It doesn't exactly validate any of his actions, but gives another perspective on his evil nature. If you don't know who Dimentio is, this probably isn't the fanfiction for you.
Mr. Hooper's Funeral (Sesame Street):
This story has an unusual style, characterized by short, sometimes forced sentences. There are an unusually large number of paragraphs, with only a sentence or two in each of them.
The Shattered Fourth Wall (My Little Pony):
A rather creative look at My Little Pony fanfictions, purely for the sake of humor. The story includes flashbacks, dream sequences, author placement, and a whole lot of fourth wall breaking. I would highly recommend reading this, unless you avidly hate My Little Pony. If you do... uh... sorry.
Sounds Good on Paper (Paper Mario):
If you like Paper Mario, but don't take the series too seriously, this is the story for you. Although most of the characters retain their canon personalities, there may be few changes to some of the others. Just saying.
My Tiny Soldiers (Pikmin):
The summary says it all. This is a much darker story than what I usually write, so be wary ye of little heart. Its style is similar to Dimentio's Lament, so if you enjoyed that, you'll enjoy this, maybe even more.
The Last Radiant Night (My Little Pony):
This is what happens when an innocent TV show falls into the hands of the general populace. If violence solves nothing, how did Celestia win that battle against Nightmare Moon? She won through sweat, blood, and tears. All three will be shed. The story has some violent encounters between the two sisters. Some of it is rather gruesome. If you're into that, then by all means read the passage.
Necessity (My Little Pony):
This story is essentially a stereotypical human-in-Equestria gimmick... except with a twist. It contains violence, swearing, and some scary circumstances. It isn't always a friendly story about making friends. The fic is mostly about discovering the human's unfortunate past rather than his future as a pony.
Good Story (My Little Pony):
I'm going to say ahead of time: not for the faint of heart. I have purposely created an abomination for entertainment purposes. It literally tore my soul apart to write this. I tried to ignore grammar as much as possible while still making it at least readable. I think I did that, and it's hilarious. In short, this is extremely short and... strange.
Bad Story (My Little Pony):
An attempt to write exactly what the title says it is. I'm trying to make it so bad, that it is actually is funny. Don't read it if you actually enjoy good literature.
Balloon Graveyard (Pokémon):
This is a simple, non-rhyming poem about a little kid and a balloon. It's short, sweet, and to the point. If you read it, it won't be too much of a waste of time, but many of you might not like the child-like perspective that it gives.
Set Fire to the Pet Shop (Littlest Pet Shop):
An angst-y insanity-inspired ramble, this time from Blythe. Keep in mind that this was written when only three episodes were released, so there might end up being contradictions now or later.
Pokémon Haiku (Pokémon):
Haiku for every single first generation Pokémon. If that type of poetry annoys you (like it used to for me) avoid this like the plague. If you like haiku and you're curious as to how your favorite Pokémon is portrayed, then go ahead and read it.
Spiritomb's Invocation (Pokémon):
A little poem written in the style of a prayer. Generally Spiritomb's malignant nature, rather than his mischievous nature, is accented. It's slightly creepy, but altogether an interesting poem despite that.
I Wish I Were Dead (Soul Eater):
Based on Soul Eater's famous "Crona's poem" scene. It's simply my take on that unusual piece of writing. Oh, and please don't actually wish yourself dead. Thank you.
My Voice, The Echo (Fullmetal Alchemist):
Alphonse, once a boy, now speaks only through an echo. This poem explores that idea. Not much else to say here.
Specious Logic (Pokémon):
A story about three detectives searching for a criminal. It gets pretty philosophical, and possibly slow at times. Will / does contain violence. Currently on hold.
Genesect, as a killer, can only understand how to kill. Written to explore this idea, and maybe understand this confused and hurting mind.
My Face (Pokémon):
Poem describing Yamask's painless torment. As a ghost, it thinks about all it could have been, but never will be.
Discord's Chaos (My Little Pony):
"Random" with bitterness mixed in. It's not recommended for everyone, since it's not exactly "funny", but not really angst-y either. Very difficult to describe.
Ash Writes a Fan Fiction (Pokémon):
A brief and mostly-sedate crack fic about the cast of Pokémon characters. The story is intentionally written to satirize racism and other social issues. Recommended for those who enjoy that sort of humor.
My first sad story, really, so it's probably not very good. Told from the perspective of a little child, so its language and style reflect this.
Terra Firma, Aqua Regia (Pokémon):
A collaborative effort between XStrawberryDuckFeathersX and me. The link to XStrawberryDuckFeathersX's profile is here: http://www.fanfiction.net/u/4207991/
The style of this story is still very much in the air. As it is a two-part effort, the story may take any direction at any time. Thou hast been warned!
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Withering Legacies (Pokémon):
Following the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon style fan fictions, the story explores several themes including life, death, and the impact they make on our legacy.
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