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Author has written 20 stories for LXG, Heartland, Inkheart, Sorcerer's Apprentice, 2010, Darren Shan Saga/Cirque Du Freak, Kingdom Hearts, Trauma Center, Fullmetal Alchemist, Book Thief, Library War, Last of Us, M*A*S*H, and Walking Dead.
"Life will continue."
-Erhard "CR-S01" Muller, Trauma Team
Hello there. If you're here, you've probably read a story of mine, or I've reviewed you, or maybe we've met on the forums. Maybe you've even just decided to browse authors and decided to click on the link with my name of a whim. Whatever the case, I'm glad that you found your way here, and it's nice to meet you. You can call me Bookworm, Story, or any variation thereupon. Really, whatever you want to call me is fine, as long as it isn't insulting. I've been on this site for going on two years, but I've been writing actively for more than ten. I am open to opinions, I have a tendency towards blaming only myself, and I am willing to meet new people and treat them with respect any time they are willing to return the gesture.
I won't tell you my name, or my age. To be honest, it's not just because of privacy reasons that I keep it secret. It's because I believe that we are all people, and to me, that means that statistics shouldn't matter. I'm not a fan of stereotypes, nor do I employ them. If you know me, I want you to think of me as I am, not as society says I should be.
I am agender, meaning that I identify as neither male nor female. My preferred pronouns are xie/xir/xirs or they/them/theirs, whichever is easier for you to remember. If you mess up my pronouns, it’s not a problem, nor will it become a problem unless you are clearly not trying and/or are not acknowledging the validity of my identification. There are many gender identifications beyond male or female, and they are all valid.
On this profile, you're going to find a variety of information about myself, my life, and my writing. The vast majority of it will not be relevant, likely, but I put it out there for anyone who wishes to know. On here, I will talk about why I write and what I write, as well as what I read. I will talk about my beliefs, the things that inspire me, and the music that I love. I will talk about my top ten canons, and the reasons why they are and always will be my favorite stories. I will talk about anything that I am inspired to speak of, truly, so this profile may become long. If you do not wish to read my ramblings, I hope you at least enjoy my stories or what I've said this far.
That said, a final warning before I segue into everything that I need to say. This profile will have my opinions on them. They will be as respectfully worded as I can make them, but I know they will still offend some people. If you would like to argue your point with me respectfully, I am willing to engage in a mature debate. But if all you have for a response is an expletive filled rant saying that I'm wrong with no logical content or intent of respectful discussion, I will not appreciate any PMs you may send to attempt to start a fight, I will respond saying so, and you will be blocked from messaging me. If this becomes a problem where you try to flame my stories as well, I will block you from my stories and sever all contact. I can respectfully disagree with everyone's opinions, and I ask that you do the same of mine.
With that out of the way, I begin. I hope you all enjoy the ride.
I feel that there's a question that has probably been asked a lot of times on this site, and I know I have been asked it several times myself: Why do you write? As an author and as a person, I feel as though I should respond to this, once and for all.
I write because I have to share the stories I breathe, and because I know how strong words are. In my life, if there's any one lesson I've gained, it's that words have strength, and that it can be used for good or bad. I myself have been brought down by other people's words, and I've dragged myself back up using my own. I have seen friends who have been through the same process, and I've seen relationships that go well and ones that end up dying because of words and nothing else. There is nothing stronger than them, and to me, the pen really is mightier than the sword. After all, a sword can only chop people down and end things, or destroy. But words? They can build things right back up too.
That's why I write. I know the power of words as much as anyone can, and I want to use them to make other people laugh and cry and feel something real in my stories. I want people to feel like they are not alone when they read my works, and I want them to know that there is somebody out there, and maybe even feel inspired to pass on that message to others. I write because I want people to feel what I've felt, to feel the emotions of people who exist only on paper, to enjoy their victories and mourn their losses and cry when they break down. I want to change somebody's life for the better, even if it is just one person, to have the effect on them that other people and their characters and their stories have had on me.
Often, my writing is dark. I write about tragedies and terrible things happening. I write about friendships and families and platonic bonds that are tested by dark happenings. I write characters with twisted and sad pasts. Heaven knows none of my original characters in original fictions have completely happy or flawless pasts. Some of them have pasts that are the absolute antonym of that, and are filled with tragedy. Why? Because if a character never burns to ashes, they can never rise.
To me, there is a very important story to be written in tragedies, and that is the story of how they are overcome. When a bone breaks, it heals stronger than it was before. When a character has their life and their mind absolutely shattered, then whenever they pick up the broken pieces, they are going to be stronger, even if they still have cracks and are no longer perfect. If someone is never weak, then they can never, ever be strong. But when a character has lost someone or something, has had their mind broken, has suffered losses and tragedies and a horde of Godawful things, then they can heal, and they'll be the stronger for it.
That is why so many of my stories are dark, or have an odd genre mix. I tend to write in the genres of Angst, Hurt/Comfort, Tragedy, Family, and Friendship. Usually, stories will be a pairing of the last two with one of the first three, because often, it is the friends we have and the makeshift families we create - or that the characters create - who help them to heal and grow stronger, because they cannot always do it on their own. The stories of recovery are among my favorites to write, and my favorites to read. Usually, if you find me meandering in a fandom or if you look in my favorites, those are the kinds of stories you will find me reading.
Platonic devotion is often a focal point for the messages of my stories. I feel that it is vastly underrated in a lot of fandoms by a lot of people, and that that is a fact which is simply tragic to me. There is a reason why. To me, it is as important and maybe even more important than romance, and few acknowledge that. I find it sad a lot of times that anytime two people are friends, there is the automatic assumption that they must be lovers. To me, it is very potent and very beautiful when two people are devoted to each other outside of a relationship. I hold firm to the idea that one does not have to be romantically involved with someone in order to be willing to die for them. I also hold firm to the notion that sometimes, people need the love of a friend and not the love of a spouse to help them work through problems and life.
I'm not saying that romance in and of itself is a bad genre. I'm saying that there should always be a consideration that there is more to a relationship and more to caring someone than simply wanting to kiss them all the time, or the physical relationship. There is a lot of emotional connections to be considered as well, and to me, those emotional connections are oftentimes better left as devoted friends instead of lovers. Not every time someone cares deeply for someone and doesn't wish to see them hurt is a sign that they are or should be lovers. Not every time that someone worries for another individual's sanity or safety is their worry based on romantic feelings. And not every time that someone cries for another person's death, or is willing to take their place and die instead does it mean that they are involved. At least, that is what I believe. You are all entitled to disagree with me.
Right now, I am working on a variety of stories, original fiction and fanfiction alike. I have several ideas for oneshots, and am soon to have about eight or more fanfiction multichapters that I'm working on in addition to five original fiction multichapters. Please bear with me if updates are slow.
With most of my commentary on writing and reading out of the way, I suppose now would be a good time to break off and head into the more controversial section of my profile, the section on the things I believe. This will include religious beliefs, my stance on homosexual rights and abortion, and some very personal views on life and its value and how the world could be made a better place, and why I still believe in humans. Please note that all information in this section is my opinion and my opinion alone.
Before I begin, however, I would like to take this opportunity to offer out one last comment. I ask that you respect me and my opinion, even if you do not agree. I will do the same for you, regardless of if I agree or not, and so I believe that the request for common courtesy is not out of order.
That said, I begin.
I will start with my religious beliefs. I am, technically speaking, a Roman Catholic. What this means is that I believe that there is a God, and that he gave Mary His son to teach us how to live, and that Jesus died for our sins and was resurrected three days later before he ascended into heaven in the hopes that we could be forgiven our sins. I know that to many, the religions of Catholicism and Christianity have also come to have an unfortunately reasonable connotation of judgmental. When many people think of Christians and Catholics, I know they tend to think of Bible thumping madmen who try to convert every single passerby they meet, hate all homosexual persons, condemn those who undergo abortions to hell, and judge or condemn anyone who is not just like them or does not adhere to their religion.
I know why we have that reputation.
I also know that I myself am not part of it. I believe in most of the teachings of the Bible, and the words in the prayers Our Father, the Apostles Creed, the Hail Mary, the Glory Be and the Nicene Creed. The teachings that are in those bits, I believe in. I believe that there is a heaven and a hell, and that how we live our lives determines where we will go when we die.
I don't believe that homosexuality is inherently a sin. I don't believe that anyone who is not an adherent to Christianity or who has ever had an abortion or committed suicide is automatically condemned to hell. I don't believe that anyone who is an atheist is damned.
There is a reason for these beliefs.
I believe that the true way in which we are judged on the final day has nothing to do with if we were white men or black, or if we were heterosexuals or homosexuals, or if we ever made a bad decision. I believe we are judged for how we lived our life or tried to. To me, if you are a good person, if you try to help others or care for them, if you have ever shown someone compassion or mercy, if you have any spark of something human to you, that is enough. If you love others as yourself, if you care for them, if you give a damn about someone who is not you, then to me, it doesn't matter if you believe in God or not, because you are a good person, and ultimately, loving one another is the teaching that Jesus was trying to share.
Which is why I don't care about what people are or what they've done, as long as I can still stand behind who they are at the end of the day.
In regards to my thoughts on homosexuality, I am an avid supporter of gay rights. I'm making my final statement on the subject here and now as to why that is, in the form of a forum post I made a couple of months ago.
"I do not understand what the big deal is about people being openly homosexual. I don't understand the excuse of it being 'unnatural', I don't understand the excuse of it being 'indecent', I don't understand the excuse of it being 'immoral'. Just because someone is kissing another individual of their same sex does not make them a freak, or an attention whore, or anything like that. Just because they have chosen to live their life in a different manner than most of the other members of the population, it does not in any way translate to them deserving society's scorn. If it is acceptable for a heterosexual couple to kiss passionately in public, to hold hands in public, to do whatever in public, then it should be equally acceptable for two males or two females or two people of any other sexual or gender orientation to do so. The same laws of courtesy should apply to all sexualities, in my opinion, without exception. (Then again, there could be some circumstance I can't think of which would excuse the favoring of one sexuality over another. Anything's possible.)
To those who say that it's being done for the purpose of gaining attention, I find that statement to be incredibly annoying. I'm not saying that the possibility doesn't exist for a few idiots to fake their sexuality for the purpose of starting a row or whatever, but to say that everybody who is not strictly heterosexual is trying to get attention seems to be a very close-minded point of view to me. Especially annoying are those who claim that, if someone does something that is actually indecent, it's because of their sexuality. No. I don't believe that morals are in any way defined by the sex or gender of the person you choose to love. I just don't, and I never have.
And to be fair, I'm not saying that everybody should worship people who are homosexual. I'm saying that they should be treated like people. I don't see any reason why people can't just get along. It's not like someone is trying to change someone else's sexuality and shove it down their throat, and if they are, I can admit that that is immature. I can agree that, if that person can't extend courtesy, they don't necessarily deserve to have that courtesy extended to them. But just because one person acts like that and is immature, it does not make it the characteristic of a whole group of people.
And just as my final point for why I don't understand the tensions, this is it: Everybody that I have spoken to, from any sexuality, from any racial background, from any gender or age or whatever, has all agreed that acceptance and a bit more caring and love would make the world and society a hell of a lot better place than it is now. If that's the case, then why is everyone getting so worked up because two men decided to publicly share their love? If clothes started coming off, fine. But because they kissed and did an action that would have been perfectly acceptable for a male and a female, it does not mean a ruckus needs to be raised. If society wants to claim that we need more love (Which I'm not denying - I think that if everyone would stop looking for reasons that other people are different and need to be judged, we'd all be a lot happier), then why do we consistently raise an uproar because someone didn't show 'the right kind of love?' I'm not saying that everyone has to support LGBTQIAAP rights or become bi or anything. But in my opinion, what we do need to do is stop the insanity of consistently judging people because they aren't showing affection that is exactly with our definition of the appropriate 'love'. All people of all sexualities need to just lay down the weapons, knock it off, and stop even thinking of sexuality and gender as being a thing, because it shouldn't make any difference in who we are, what we believe, or who we could be. We are not defined by our genders, or by the genders of those we love."
If anyone has a different opinion that they can respectfully and politely present to me, I will listen. But this is my opinion, and the way that I see it. Furthermore, this viewpoint extends also to all other aspects of the LGBTQIAAP community. There is more to a person than their sexuality and their gender identification, and you cannot fairly judge someone or a community based upon those facts alone.
In regards to my thoughts on abortion, I am relatively neutral. While I do not support it actively and think that it's wrong for people who willingly had sex to take it out on their unborn child and avoid reaping what they've sown, I feel there are several circumstances, such as rape, illness, or poverty to where abortion is a better alternative. For that reason, I do not judge those who have had abortions, and I do not encourage those protesting it. At the end of the day, it is the parent's decision, and they are the ones who will have to live with it.
But all this talk of death and life has brought me to one of my final topics in this section of my beliefs: My thoughts on humanity and life.
We're idiots. We're morons, and we make a ridiculous number of mistakes. We kill people and cheat and steal and lie, and we hurt others for our own gain. We are selfish, stupid creatures, and we break more than we will likely ever heal. We're in a perpetual contest to burn each other to the ground and see who's the last one standing. And yet, despite all of that, we still have hope. At the end of the day, the burned party stands up. At our worst moments, nine times out of ten, we're not standing alone. Somewhere in the world, amidst all the liars and cheaters and schemers, there still stand a select handful of people who care, who have retained their humanity even if the rest of the world has said 'screw it' in regards to being kind. Somewhere out there, there are still people who are compassionate, and still people who dream and fight for that dream and the hope that one day, it will get better.
We're such complex creatures, and there's not one of us that fits into a perfect box of good or bad. And for every day that we falter and night we spend in ruin, the next day we drag ourselves back up and try again. That's why I can't give up on humans. I keep seeing flashes of goodness here and there, and they remind me that not everyone out there is darkness, and as long as I have those lights to look to and remind me, I will never give up on humans.
A message from myself
This is my Song for the Lonely, and my message to every person who thinks that suicide is the answer.
Please, please don't. I don't know you personally. I don't know your life or your story, so I'll have to speak from the experience of mine, which is the experience of someone who has their own very extensive past with self harm and suicide wishes. If you think that no one will miss you, they will. If you think that no one cares, they do. If you think that you deserve it, you don't. And if you think that everything bad is your fault, it's not. I know this sounds cheesy, and I know that all of you have heard this a million times before and still don't believe it - I am the same way.
But the world is not ill because of something you've done. Friends don't always abandon you because you did something wrong, and when something terrible happens that you didn't stop, it doesn't mean that it's your fault. Life happens, and it will always continue to happen regardless of what you do. Don't think you are ever sparing anyone any sorrow by taking your own life, because I promise you this: We would much rather suffer with you than without you.
So please. I know it's hard, and I know you want to keep it to yourself because you don't think anyone's going to care, but don't keep it all in. If you are even thinking of ending your life, PM me. I may not be the best person in the universe or be able to offer the best advice, but I will listen. I know how it feels to be numb and blame yourself and want to end it all because you think it will do the world a favor, or that it’s the best way to relieve your suffering, or that it’s the kindest thing for all involved parties. I've been there, and even now, I spend a fair portion of my time in that mindset and in that dark spot. But at the end of the day, the only way the world will start getting better is if you help to make it better, and there is no way you can help the world if you are dead. Please, just remember that there are hotlines. There are people who care. Just find someone to listen and hold on to through the storm, because someday, it will abate, and you will survive.
"Just give it one more try, a Lullaby, and turn this up on the radio. If you can hear me now, I'm reaching out to let you know that you're not alone.
Let it be said that music is one of those things that I could not live without. I never go anywhere without it, I'm always looking for new kinds, and I love it. Music has helped me through many dark times, and has described my feelings so many times it's ridiculous, and while once upon a time it wasn't as important to me, now I can think of few things that are as important. I could no more live without music than I could live without writing.
I listen to just about anything, though I'm still not a fan of a lot of pop. I love metal music, though sometimes the language used is irritating, since I'm not a huge fan of the f-bomb and variations being dropped every fifth word, and I love instrumentals. With that said, here are some of my favorite songs and favorite artists.
Two Steps From Hell: Invincible (album), Love and Loss, Life is Beautiful, Archangel.
Audiomachine: The Tree of Life album. 'Nuff said. Also Phoenix Rising, Hundred Years War, and Triumph and Loss
Adrian Von Ziegler: Countdown, Fare Thee Well, Ethêlo-iêl, In Light and Darkness, Journey's End, Legend, Wolfblood, Where the Shadows Cannot Reach, Bound, Cliffs of Moher, Carpe Diem, Death Dance, Fallen, Unique, Silent Moon, Up You Go, Into Sunlight...
BrunuhVille: Eternal Forest, Tales from a Dead Poet (all three parts), Our Farewell, the Immortal Land, Celtic Love Song, Vampire Tales (Love, Blood, and Dust), Fable, Medieval Legends, Diary, Magic of Love, Dawn of Love, Heaven and Hell, Rising Sun, Dance with Dragons, Hopes and Dreams, Rebirth, Amin Mela Ile, Lumina, Tales of Ice and Blood…
Zack Hemsey: Open Spaces, See What I've Become, I'll Find a Way, The Home of a People, End of an Era
Yiruma: Love Me, Kiss the Rain, The River Flows In You, Remember, Because I Love You, A Walk in the Forest
Factor Eight: The Beginning
Nickelback, Within Temptation, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum, Framing Hanley, Thousand Foot Krutch, Avenged Sevenfold, Breaking Benjamin, Goo Goo Dolls, Nightwish, Black Veil Brides, The Narrative, Jamestown Story, Theory of a Deadman, Our Waking Hour, Plan Three, Trading Yesterday, He Is We, Enya, Blackmore's Night, Ashes Remain, Bon Jovi, We Are The Fallen, Three Days Grace, Hollywood Undead, The Narrative
Five Finger Death Punch - Lift Me Up, Far From Home, We Are The Fallen - I Am Only One, Paradigm, Black Veil Brides - In the End, Jason Walker - Echo, Jars of Clay - Waiting for the World to Fall, The Narrative - Eyes Closed, Thousand Foot Krutch - Welcome to the Masquerade, All I Need to Know, War of Change, Be Somebody, Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare, Hail to the King, Seize the Day, Far Away, Bon Jovi - Livin' On A Prayer, Theory of a Deadman - Lowlife, Meant to Be, Within Temptation - Paradise, Memories, Anything off of The Heart of Everything, Plan Three - The Soldier, All for Nothing, Trading Yesterday - May I, She Is The Sunlight, Bim - Stay in my Memory, Red - Let it Burn, Hymn for the Missing, Sixx A.M. - Life is Beautiful (Acoustic), Stan Bush – Dare, Lunatica - Who You Are, Poets of the Fall - Heal My Wounds, Carnival of Rust, Johnny Cash - Hurt, Hollywood Undead - Outside, Rain, Gravity, I Prevail - Blank Space, Lana Del Rey - Born to Die, Seether (feat. Amy Lee) - Broken, Taylor Swift - Breathe, Never Grow Up, Innocent, A Place in This World, Tied Together With a Smile, Wonderland, Imagine Dragons - Radioactive, It's Time, Demons, The Script - For the First Time, Hall of Fame, Flares, Exit Wounds, The Airborn Toxic Event - The Graveyard Near the House, Sarah Greene - The Parting Glass, Breaking Benjamin - Dear Agony, I Will Not Bow, Anthem of the Angels, Diary of Jane, Thirty Seconds to Mars - This is War, Hurricane, VNV Nation - Illusion, 10 Years - Wasteland, Starset - Carnivore, My Demons, Telescope, Ryan Star - Losing Your Memory, Paradise Fears - Spellbinding, Battle Scars, Yours Truly, Who You Are, Warrior, Senses Fail - Yellow Angels, Can't be Saved, Pearl Jam - Future Days, Sanders Bohlke - The Weight of Us, Of Eyes That See - Empty Shadows, Linkin Park - Leave Out All The Rest, What I've Done, Numb, Nickelback - Lullaby, Gotta be Somebody, Far Away, If Everyone Cared, Photograph, The Low Anthem - Lover is Childlike, Kutless - More Than it Seems, Fink - Looking Too Closely, Blackmore's Night - Castles and Dreams, Under a Violet Moon, Make a Princess of Me, Loreley, Diamonds and Rust, Sister Gypsy, Parachute - Kiss me Slowly, Forever and Always, Owl City - Fireflies, Sleeping at Last - Saturn, Shinedown - Unity, Through the Ghost, Nowhere Kids, Fall Out Boy - Alone Together, My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark, Centuries, Immortals
Pop Evil - Monster You Made, Goo Goo Dolls - Iris, Three Days Grace - Never Too Late, Lady Antebellum - Cold as Stone, Taylor Swift – Breathe, Mean Jamestown Story - Barefoot and Bruised, Blackmore's Night - Believe in Me, Goo Goo Dolls - Better Days, Black Veil Brides - Fallen Angels, In the End, We Are The Fallen - I Am Only One, Within Temptation - Forgiven, Final Destination, Taylor Swift - Innocent, Secondhand Serenade - Is There Anybody Out There, A Great Big World - Say Something, Five Finger Death Punch - Remember Everything, Lift Me Up, Johnny Cash - Hurt, Stan Bush - Dare, Owl City - Fireflies, Nickelback - Gotta Be Somebody
By Order of The Official Time Lord Registry,
Let it be known that on the date November 17, 2013,
bkwrmnlvnit gazed upon the Untempered Schism and saw time in all its infinite possibilities and eternity and went mad.
Xir chosen name is The Mirror, for how xie reflects the world and emotions of the universe around xir in all that xie is and does.
So it was chosen and so it shall be,
The order is stamped with the Seal of the Time Lords.
"Never trust a duck." - Will Herondale, Clockwork Angel, The Infernal Devices
"Sometimes you have to lose a piece to win the game." - Bes, Throne of Fire, The Kane Chronicles
"Would you let me bleed in peace?" - Millard, Miss Peregrine's home for Peculiar Children.
"My kingdom for an intelligent octopus!" - Hawkeye Pierce, M*A*S*H
"What a slut time is - she screws everyone." - Peter Van Houten, The Fault in Our Stars
"Got it memorized?" Axel, Kingdom Hearts
"As if!" Xigbar, Kingdom Hearts
"Who else will I have ice cream with?" Roxas, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
“I struggled for a long time with survivin’. And you- No matter what, you keep findin’ something to fight for.” Joel, The Last of Us
“Still here.” Aiden, Beyond: Two Souls
“You know, as bad as those things are, at least they’re predictable. It’s the normal people that scare me.” Bill, The Last of Us
“Listen, sunshine – the world doesn’t care. You stick your neck out, you are asking to lose your head.” Chloe, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
“We don’t get to choose how we start in this life. Real ‘greatness’ is what you do with the hand you’re dealt.” Victor Sullivan, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
“All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.” T.E. Lawrence
“Sic Parvis Magna.” (“Greatness from small beginnings.”) Sir Francis Drake’s motto
“Insanity is just a state of mind.” Hawkeye, M*A*S*H
“There are no innocent bystanders in Hell. War is chock full of them – little kids, cripples, old ladies. In fact, except for some of the brass, almost everybody involved is an innocent bystander.” Hawkeye, M*A*S*H
“The world goes on stupid and brutal, but I do not. Can’t you see? I do not.” Andi, Revolution (Jennifer Donnelly)
“I’m always finding humans at their best and worst. I see their ugly and their beauty and wonder how the same thing can be both.” Death, The Book Thief
“If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.” Jim Rohn
“Men must be free to do what they believe. It is not our right to punish one for thinking what they do, no matter how much we disagree.” Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad, Assassin’s Creed
"Wanting something does not give you the right to have it.” Ezio Auditore, Assassin’s Creed II
“We are all books containing thousands of pages, and within each of them lies an irreparable truth.” Clay Kaczmarek, Assassin’s Creed II
“It is better to have faith in something than none at all.” Connor Kenway, Assassin’s Creed III
“While men of courage write history of this day, the future of our land depends on those who are truly free.” Connor Kenway, Assassin’s Creed III
“Men dream. But dreams hold no value here. What was first the bright light of hope has now turned into a long night of captivity. Lost in the dark, we surrender our minds and forget who we are. But some of us have woken up. They remind us that we all have a choice. To stand, not kneel. To oppose, not obey. To live, not just exist.” Edward Kenway
“Sometimes standing against evil is more important than defeating it. The greatest heroes stand because it is right to do so, not because they believe they will walk away with their lives.” N.D. Wilson
Top Ten Canons
I’m sure if you know me from the forums, you’ve heard me mention this at least once in passing, so I figured I’d make a list of what my top ten canons actually are. The reasons for these being my favorites will be explained shortly thereafter, but in the meantime, I present the list itself in descending order.
1. Trauma Team
2. Zero Escape
3. Anything by NaughtyDog
4. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
6. Harry Potter
7. Shadowhunter Saga (Infernal Devices, Mortal Instruments, et cetera)
8. The Book Thief
9. The Walking Dead
10. Alice in Wonderland
Honorable Mentions go to Kuroshitsuji (particularly the Book of Circus), Inkheart, Kingdom Hearts, Revolution, and the Assassin’s Creed series.
*THIS PROFILE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS*
Please check back for more updates which are coming soon!!
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