Author has written 13 stories for Powerpuff Girls, and Happy Tree Friends.
My Powerpuff Girls Stories
Allies and Rivals Series
This series was started in November 2003 and was made before the episode The Boys are Back in Town was aired. So the characteristics of the Rowdyruff Boys in the series were developed solely from the episode The Rowdyruff Boys only and from what I can extrapolate from the characters of their counterparts.
The stories are in order:
Allies and Rivals
Allies and Rivals II: Commander and the Leader
What is Buttercup's Plan
Allies and Rivals III: Mind Games
All the stories above happened in the same universe.
High School Odyssey was an independent tale, but it's on permanent hiatus.
An Education For Power
This is my attempt to make a tale of the Rowdyruff Boys and their relationship with the Powerpuff Girls based on the new episodes. I decided to see if I could start another tale from when they were five, taking into account the episodes The Boys are Back in Town, Bubble Boy, Boy Toys, and Custody Battle, and write the boys with those characterizations in mind.
So many authors, including me in my Allies and Rivals tales, portray Brick as a genius, or at least very smart and on Blossom's level when it comes to brains. And I agree with that. Brick is smart, and is Blossom's equal in every way.
But if you watch the series, especially the later episodes, Brick's intelligence is not shown. In fact, he's portrayed as dumb who can't even spell.
This tale would bridge his development from the boy you see in the series into the intelligent ruff found in many author's tales. It focuses on why he wanted to be smart in the first place, and more importantly, how.
But it's not only Brick who would be affected, but also Boomer and Butch. His brothers would also gain smarts and intelligence from Brick's attempts to make himself smart.
How would that affect how the Powerpuff Girls see them?
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