Author has written 6 stories for Mass Effect, Batman, Warframe, and Avatar: Last Airbender.
I write. Is what I write any good? I'd like to think so, but that's up to you to decide isn't it?
Right now all I'm working on is my first fic, Archangel Ascendant, a pseudo Batman/Mass Effect fusion crossover which updates much slower than I would like and has way too much exposition for any sane reader to tolerate. While you're reading that, I'll be figuring out how to get a character from point A to point B without giving Point A's entire tragic backstory, and without taking seven chapters and ten thousand words to finally arrive at Point B, only to shockingly reveal it's been Point C all along. Maybe one day I'll also write a scene of dialogue that doesn't sound like a bad 80's cartoon.
Some ideas I have kicking around, but will probably never get around to because it would mean writing outside my comfort zone. I mean, just look at Conservation of Energy. Don't hold your breath for an update on that, one person who bothered to read it.
Archangel Ascendant: The Divine Comedy: After another long Omegan night, the Archangel receives a distress call from the prison ship Purgatory. Attached to it is a message addressed specifically to him, saying that if he does not reveal his identity within the next 24 hours, Omega and its eight million inhabitants will die. The inmates have taken over, and it's the Archangel's turn to play the great game.
What this is: Maybe the sequel to Archangel Ascendant, maybe a side fic, maybe just the overarching title for three more arcs I have planned out that will be included in the main story, I still can't decide. Will be divided into three acts, Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. First, three things to know: 1. I will not write this until I learn how to hold myself to a stricter writing schedule, 2. I will not write this until I've created a suitable rogues gallery for Archangel to face, and who knows how long that will take, and 3. Hot damn am I looking forward to writing this.
Other Suns: David Anderson was not happy when he was informed a press liaison had been assigned to cover the Normandy's shakedown run to Eden Prime. The journalist's name? A farmer's son, born and raised on the fields of Kansas, by the name of Clark Kent.
What this is: Superman/Mass Effect Crossover. Superman is found and raised in the Mass Effect universe, and has to deal with a galaxy not entirely comfortable with an immortal, invulnerable god raised by humans. I have no idea where to go with this, and if I ever started writing it I doubt I would get any farther than the first paragraph largely consisting of "And then he punched the Reaper. Again."
Paint the Stars Red (might go with a different title): In 18:48 Void, the peoples of Thedas discover a cache of alien technology on the world of Toth that opens up a new frontier. Nine years later, they discover they are not alone.
What this is: Dragon Age/Mass Effect fusion crossover. Replace eezo with lyrium, biotics with magic, mass relays with portals into the Fade, Ashley as a qunari, Joker as a very sour dwarf, and Shepard as a (slightly) insane blood mage, and we have our story. Interestingly enough, I haven't really seen anything like this, as most DA/ME crossovers usually involve just dropping Shepard in Thedas. I'm trying to go for something different. This idea is incredibly intimidating to me, because what really makes these stories stand out is the world built around them, and I mostly suck at worldbuilding.
Mass Effect: Quintessence: A thousand years have passed since the Shepard's sacrifice. Unity is lost, never to be found again. And in this dying galaxy, where the stars fade away and entire worlds burn in the name of endless war, Omicron has been given a mission. Whatever the cost, he will find the lost Earth.
What this is: A premise that strokes my creative muse in all the right places, enough so that I might actually motivate myself to write a chapter sometime in the near future. Drawing inspiration from the quite a few sci-fi novels and games. What's awesome about this is that I think this story has the potential to be both it's own setting and serve as some sort of quasi-Mega Crossover. The only trouble I'm having is with keeping the setting Mass Effect-y enough to still deserve the Mass Effect tag.
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