Author has written 1 story for Higurashi/Umineko series, and High School DxD/ハイスクールD×D.
''All truths are fictions, all fictions reimagined truths.''
''Now, all fictions posit some sort of different world; every novel is on some level framing and positing its own actuality.''
''All fictions, even the trickiest, come not as tricks but as gifts. They may turn out to be tricks, but when they do, we no longer call them fiction; we have other useful names for them.''
''We all have stories, and they are all fictions. Once we realize this we can stop taking ourselves and our views so seriously, and start living more in the moment.''
''He says we are all fictions but that he believes in us anyway.''
''All fictions and generals depend on the logic of true narrative representations to obtain relatively determinate meanings.''
''All fictions are grounded in memory, though not necessarily the memory of the writer, but in some imaginary world, in which we are each other and the most intimate personal events link with those events furthest away and seemingly beyond our control.''
''If being unrealistic means having false content, then all fictions are unrealistic. So what is sought is some conception of being unrealistic, as this applies to fictions, on which some fictions are nontrivially unrealistic.''
''In all fictions, each time a man meets diverse alternatives, he chooses one and eliminates the others; in the work of the virtually impossible-to-disentangle Ts’ui Pen, the character chooses — simultaneously — all of them. He creates, thereby, 'several futures,' several times, which themselves proliferate and fork.''
''Maybe all fictions are authentic since they are a reflection of an author's inner self.''
''Dreams seem more like imaginings, or stories, or even daydreams, all fictions of a sort, or quasi-fictions.''
''The "ébauche" is, therefore, in the situation of not actualizing any fiction, but of powerfully containing all fictions.''
''Of course, we are all fictions, and that should make us feel tenderness for each other rather than contempt.''
''Perhaps we are all fictions, father, in the minds of God.''
''This is the misfortune of all fictions, written like fables, for the sake of one peculiar and single moral: is it quite sure that what seems moral to the author will be moral to the reader?''
Now I wonder where I got my profile name from?
Name: Surely not Barack Obama
Age: 22 (or am I?...)
Birthday: May 23rd
Birthplace: Montréal, Canada (and to all the English-speaking Canadians out there who would ask, yes Quebecois (or French Canadian), and no, not a separatist)
Weight: Have no idea. (oh wait, it's 210 lbs apparently)
Height: Don't know either.
Status: The Romance of (insert name here) is still on hiatus until further notice due to lack of popularity. More seriously, sadly and ultimely single.
General Description: There isn't much worth saying about myself - I'm generally quiet, a little shy, and prone to worrying and hesitating. I also have a few problems communicating and socialising - there are often times where I am unable to get my points across (something which irritates me), but more outgoing with people I know. Polite, one could say a bit too much (probably that Canadian climate).
If there is anything you wish to talk to me about, please drop me a PM and I'll try to get back to you as soon as I can. I take some time to get my messages together properly, so some of my responses may take a short while.
Ideas of Fanfics (not even planned, meaning, if one day I decide to finally move my lazy ass to write one, it would be one of those)
Familiar of Zero Fanfics:
— No More World to Conquer (Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero/はぐれ勇者の鬼畜美学 x Familiar of Zero) [It would be Saito-centric, and focuses on him going back to Earth after the (bad) end of his adventures in Halkeginia. Currently writting the first chapter, so you might hear of it soon]