Author has written 1 story for Fallout.
So up until this day September 14, 2016 at 6:50 P.M. CST I have never really felt the need to put anything up on my profile page. Sure I've had inklings and antsy sensations about actually writing anything for the profile, but I've never been one to write about myself in great detail.
I guess the first thing that I can talk about is my current story up on FanFiction/net.
In this case that would be Badger Company, a Fallout general fanfic that I pieced together slowly over years before actually writing a full on chapter for it.
It was definitely a labor of thousand moons, even though the first 20,000 words or so were written over the span of 3 days during one boring and lonely Spring Break a few years back, and then over 4 months of error hunting, polishing, rewriting, and agonizing over just posting the damn thing. Honestly it was one of the hardest things that I had done by that point in my lifetime.
After I that I sort of wallowed in the relief of finally having something else out there. I had previously posted 2 other Fics, but each was subsequently removed after a period of time, they just never felt right, even though that one Familiar or Zero Fic reached 3 Chapters and something like 15,000 words before I took it down.
And it's still sitting there in a folder, with the majority of the outline written out, individual chapter plannings, and little notes and tidbits to be added. But I haven'y really written anything else of substance for the chapters themselves.
The First One I posted...well I don't talk about that one.
So I'm sitting here wallowing in my own self-doubt in the back seat of a University Class while I wait for my class to start. I know that I should be focusing on my studies, but these feelings of doubt that revolve around my writing just sit there in my chest like a lead weight and the only damn way that I can ever seem to lighten that wieght os to talk to one of my writing buddies and just plan and joke and write down more tidbits and notes to be included into the stories...but after that initial euphoria of creation wears off, that weight only seems to settle down even heavier.
Maybe I'm in the middle of Depression and I'm just too damn stubborn to go see a damn psychologist. I know that with the way the Medical System is in the United States right now that I'd probably end up drugged up to my eyeballs and with my brain oozing out of my ears. And I've taken over 12 University hours worth of Psych. courses and talked to a few of my professors so I know probably better than most just what'll happen if I hire a Shrink.
I have literal folders and folder, document and documents, notepads, moleskins, journals just filled with ideas, ramblings and plotlines and yet I still find myself unable to do anything about it.
Even just sitting here and writing this makes me feel lighter, but I know that the moment I stop it'll all come crashing down again. So I've decided (for the hundredth) time that enough is enough and that i'm going to sit down and by God/Creation/or YPDoC, I'm going to get writing again even if just the inane ramblings of a University student barely out of his teens slowly going insane.
So fuck it all. I've been told relentlsy, and have used this piece of advice myself too many times to continue to call myself anything other than a hypocrite. Just start the damn thing than keep going until it becoems routine, until that outlet becomes an outlet once more and is no longer a source of backup and resentment that just goignt o fester and rot until great ideas are turned sour, hopes and dreams are left but poison in your system and then it's all just shit that comes pouring out when they cut you open...
Dammit All! Just another bedamned Gastro-Intestinal Analogy, Now I just need to show this to my old Anatomy Professor and he'd probably laugh at me for trying to mix literature and science.
So here goes nothing.
So that went well. Feels like a bit of that weight is gone now so Now I'll just be mentioning random tidbits of info as just yet another method of keeping a record for myself.
Harry Potter Series (J.K Rowling)
Inheritance Series (Christopher Paolini)
Jack Reacher (Lee Child)
GooseBumps [R.L. Stine] (Loved these as a child)
Other Lists of Books that I'll add in when I get home.
Anime Watched: in no particular order
All of Studio Ghiblie's Works (My favorite Childhood Movies)
Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed/Destiny
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn
Mobile Suit Gundam IBO
Mobile Suit Gundam 08th
Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Turn A Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
Gundam Build Fighters
Full Metal Panic
Girls und Panzer
High School DxD
Highschool of the Dead
Neon Genisis Evangelion
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Fullmetal Alchemist (Orig/Brotherhood)
Kill la Kill
Is This A Zombie?
Yu-Gi-Oh! (Original, GX, more...)
Attack on Titan
Chrome Shelled Regios
Sword Art Online
Ghost in the Shell
Aria the Scarlett Ammo
My Wife is the Student Council President
Date A Live
Dragonaut: The Resonance
Gate: The JSDF Fought Here
HyperDimension Neptunia: The Animation
Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in A Dungeon?
Oban Star Racers
Immortal Grand Prix
No Game No Life
The Chronicles of a Failed Knight
Testament of a Sister New Devil
Shakugan no Shana
Spice and Wolf
The Familiar of Zero
Yu Yu Hakusho
The Ambition of Oda Nobuna
Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox
Dance in the Vampire Bund
Kaichō wa Meido-sama!
The Big O
Cat Planet Cuties (Asobi Ni Ikuyo!)
As you can probably tell, my viewing habits are wide and varied, and that doesn't count all the anime still buried in my bookmarks folder, and the bookmarks that I have yet to watch.
Badger Company (Fallout 3)
This Story was quite a bit or a roundabout in its premise when I started to plan it out. First it started out with just 2 Main POV Characters and then evolved to 3, then to 6. And I thought to myself, Holy Shit, how the hell am I going to manage that? But I have bits and pieces for each character, and each character is based loosely on myself and my friends, I have a good basis from which to draw their personalities. I'm not saying that this is an SI Story, not at all. I actually wrote out over 18 character traits that I saw in myself and chose 2, just 2 to completely base the beginnings of my character upon, the same premise went into every one of the OC characters that were based on people that I know.
Now when it comes to the actual story itself, I had a basic premise from which it would be written, and then it wildly spun off into its own tangents and bits as it gained a life of its own through the outlines themselves. So the basic timeline is the fact that a good well filled play-through of Fallout 3 would take what? 18 Hours of gameplay?
Maybe I'm being lacking in my estimations, maybe more like 24-36 hours. Don't know can't check my Xbox right now. So looking at that time and comparing it to in game time I'll say that I would like t have the story take place over the course of at least 1 1/2 months and at most 3 months, with some one off events in the Main story taking up to a week to complete, and this is even counting all the DLC, which will happen. Well maybe not Point Lookout, I hated mucking about in Point Lookout trying to figure out what the hell was going on.
I wanted to write a more comprehensive view of the Fallout 3 Storyline. As a game character we can run through bullets and explosions willy nilly and just pop a stimpack and continue on slaughtering our foes and drowning the wasteland in their blood. But to someone that is actually in the wasteland for the first time from a relatively sheltered environment with limited outside exposure, and only what comes from books and movies.
Remember this isn't just the change of 5 more characters being added, its also about where these characters came from, their families for one, what they have left. After all no one is invincible in the wasteland, you can't just reload your last save, or charge into gunfire because you know that you have a better than average chance of coming out alive, and leaving nothing but chunks of gibblets and looted containers in your wake.
There are now 6 characters to head out into the Wasteland, that's 6 more guns to face the enemy, but they're also 6 times more likely to suffer an injury. They're going to be hurt, broken, fixed, trained, learned, and will come out the other side far differently than how they started out.
Right now they are pragmatic, hopeful, willing to trust, and compromise. How much of that will remain by the end of their journey remains to be seen. And with the way that the wasteland is structured and its long and varied history, its likely that their adventures will never end.
Slavers, Bandits, Raiders, Mercenaries, Politics, Wastelanders, Cults.
The Wasteland is a wide and varied place with so many different people and factions, even the ones that are formed without any official basis (by necessity).
(Intro Arc 1: Say Hello to the End of Your World-[Vault])
(Arc 2: Pt. 1 Welcome to the Wastes-[Wastes])
Umbra De Ciphra (Familiar of Zero)
RWBY base Idea
Destiny Base Idea
Familiar of Zero 2nd BI