Author has written 25 stories for League of Legends, and Pokémon.
About Me: A wageslave, more or less; at least I enjoy my job. I also enjoy reading, writing, playing video games and DMing a Pathfinder group. I read precious little fanfiction. I watch anime sometimes, but prefer to read manga. I don't watch television, mostly because I'd rather just watch documentaries and longform informative videos on YouTube.
Style: I default to leaning on dialogue, though a few people have told me over the years I should be working description more heavily into my prose because I am good at it. I try, but I have a fear of becoming verbose and so you may notice in many older works, and likely up to the present that my approach to describing the world can be rather spartan. That said, I do try to adapt my style to fit the work; I have few uploads that exemplify this outside of contrasting something like Duty with something like Heist or Apartment Life. War-torn psyches and playful lesbians, in other words.
I think this is born out of sucking up prose over the years that's been exceptionally varied. From the approachable world of Harry Potter to the cold idiosyncrasies of L'Etranger, the depths of visual fiction and looming horror in House of Leaves to the saccharine fields of countless yuri manga, and recently out into the endless expanses of the many worlds in Dungeons and Dragons, I've read a wide range of genres and found something in all of them I've liked and desperately wished to emulate, or perhaps perfectly replicate.
But I shouldn't do that, I should strike out on my own and instead take note of what worked, what I loved, and how I could pay homage to it. So I try to. I hope you like the results.
You'll have the easiest time following along with the Homunculus series if you read in this order: The Scholar's Folly (Second Autumn), The Errant's Hearth, Maison, Au Coup Par Coup, and Only Viridian.
Annabelle was a fun little exercise in giving a single picture life and meaning. Summer's End is a standalone work that has no bearing on the Homunculus series. Haunted has no real place in the canon either, and is instead a means to investigate eternal unlife. Only Viridian is on hiatus at the moment as I try to work through a variety of character conflicts I have about how to cap Taro and Kiyoko's developments.
If you want to add me on Steam to yell at me, my productivity, and my taste, my steam display name is below. If you're having trouble picking me out, it's a grayscale image of Akiyama Yukari.
Steam: fuwa fuwa
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Angry letters? My PM box is ready for anything you want to throw at it.