Author has written 100 stories for Digimon, Dragon Ball Z, Total Drama series, Spider-Man, Pokémon, Power Rangers, Yu-Gi-Oh, Bleach, X-overs, Yu-Gi-Oh GX, Ben 10, Avatar: Last Airbender, Beyblade, Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, Totally Spies, and Fairy Tail.
Decided to change my profile and tell what couples I like of three of my favorite animes I've thought about writing with couples i don't like and the reasons.
Couples I like
This if of couples i support
(Fairy Tail) Obvious ones like Nalu, Jerza, Gruvia, and Gale
Couples I like, but don't understand
These are pairings where i don't understand why they're paired up together, but I do find interesting
(Fairy Tail) Miraxus
The list continues on for both categories, but these are the main ones
Couples I hate
This is of couples i don't like and why i don't understand their pairings
their relationship is more like a brother and sister thing, they have so much in common it could be boring. I have nothing against them. It's not that i don't hate them, hate them I just don't think they're a good of a couple
At first I thought Rukia could be Ichigo's love interest, but after watching some episodes i get this vibe from yu yu hakusho where Ichigo is Yusuke, Rukia is Botan, and Orihime is Keiko. That and those two argue a lot.
Ulqulihime (or however that's spelled)
I just don't see it. I don't get why people think that one at all. The only moment i can think of between those two was right when Ulquiorra died and even after that Orihime still loved Ichigo. Also those two seem like opposites. What do they even have in common?
People have been giving me a little bit of a hard time with how I do my story writing here. They say i have no creativity or i should take some writing classes because your story lacks reality. Well let me say what I think about that. One, I plan on being a writer and creativity is who I am, I can come up with my own ideas. Two, this sight is called fanFICTION. You don't need some reality in your stories in my opinion, you can make it however you like because fiction means not real. You just need to be able to read between the lines.