Poll: OK, I'm planning on doing a real Fate/Stay Night fic but I need help deciding what Servant Class the main character should have. (Archer is a no-no.) Vote Now!
Author has written 7 stories for Kingdom Hearts, Persona Series, Sekirei, and Fate/stay night.
Hello Everybody! I finally managed to start writing fanfiction! Hope you enjoy!
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It would be nice to have some help and some volunteers.
Likes: Videogames, movies, pizza, and rainy days (Not T-Storms). Music-wise: Owl City (THEY ARE AWESOME!)
Dislikes: Paperwork, brocolli (I know it's immature), and Videogames/Movies with crappy or confusing endings that make me want to smash the T.V. or gamestation. (Ex: Bioshock Infinite and Persona 3 [SPOILER, it really pissed me off at the end. How could they just kill the Main character. I was shaking the game saying "WHY!WHY!WHY!WHY!WHY! OH GOD WHY!!!!!" The I tossed it out a window and bought a new one. Movie Ex: Looper)
OK, I'm back to my classes so I'll be too tired on most weekdays to write. So forgive me if I can only update on the weekends.
OK so since I'm creating this whole United Hunters Association organization for the role of major antagonists in Shattered Persona, I could use OC's that you guys might want to send in. Note: Just because you send them in doesn't mean they will automatically get into the story. If they do, they may be small fry who exist just to get beat up without any real mention.
Here is the format for Hunters:
Name (it can be one name or a full name):
History (optional. They don't really need one):
Choice of weapon (Ex: Sword, spear, magic):
Skills (do they specialize more in swordplay or magic?)
Special ability of weapon or spell (like does it have some sort of effect? If it's a spell, it can be a custom-made one. AND I DON'T MEAN THAT IT CAN SPIT FLAMES OR ANY OF THAT! NO SUPER WEAPONS! This is mostly if you want a custom-made spell):
Rank (what is their rank between 1 and so on, 1 being the strongest):
Favorite anime/manga/video games and my review of them:
Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
Overall Opinion: Good. Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere has quite a few interesting characters and a good storyline with a classical pervy protagonist. I like how they bring a supernatural aspect in a sort of futuristic world with tons of fighting! I really like this and I suggest it to those of you who like both fights and laughs.
Overall Rating: A
Overall opinion: It was OK. Felt A LOT slower than P2 cos of all of that day until full moon crap. Didn't like how only the protagonist could switch Persona. Made things really boring actually. I also disliked the dungeon system but at least it was easy to understand unlike P2 where sometimes you ended up having to run around for a few hours before you finally got a single hint on what you were supposed to do. It's playable, but not more than once or twice.
Overall rating: C
My overall opinion: Better than P3 in my opinion. None of that day-time, afternoon, and nighttime nonsense and it flows much more freely than P3 and the characters just aren't as boring...except for Aigis and Shinjiro. They are better than ANY of the characters in P4 cos their backstories are good and I just really like their personalities. If it wasn't better than P3, would it have gotten it's own anime adaption first? Answer me that.
Overall rating: B
My overall opinion: It's a fairly good story. A good Ichigo Kurosaki-like protagonist in a way. Good recurring or support characters. And it's definitely for demon-loving fans who like hilarious misunderstandings and at the same time awesome fights. I personally like the story although I've been meaning to get back into it but I keep on putting it off for some reason. At chapter 110 and so far I'm lovin it.
Overall rating: B
My overall opinion: I like the overall plot but I hate certain parts...the darker parts...people who've read the manga know what I'm talking about...why weren't those parts censored? I'll never know. Perhaps they decided it would be better if they made the story a dark version of Sword Art Online mixed with the darkest parts of Highschool of the Dead if it was unrated...well, more unrated anyway. If you're not one for death, gore, and sexual content (that's putting it mildly...it's not really consensual...you get it now? That's why I'm not saying it as a good thing. Cos everyone knows that when it's light-hearted/funny stuff like in Sora no Otoshimono or other stuff, it's not that bad and actually pretty hilarious)...then you somehow were tricked by a friend cos this is not really your kind o' story. Personally, I think the dark scenes are a turn-off, but they DO technically give you a bit of insight into a person's reasoning and mindset and decide whether or not you fear them or feel sorry for them and if you skip over them...wait. Why didn't I just do that?! Would've saved me a whole lot of mental scarring. This is some R-rated stuff here. Other than that, it's good. Solid storyline. They are consistent in all of their storytelling. Some of the protagonistic characters are pretty likeable. It's that plot that keeps drawing me back in despite all of the dark and downright should-be-censored scenes.
Overall rating: B
Overall opinion: I actually liked it. The visual novel more than the anime though. Cos in the anime, it didn't seem like they liked to stick to the real Fate route. The Unlimited Blade Works route movie was much more awesome. The flow was good and the battles were downright badass. Liked the ending of it too since I'm one of the people who like to ship Shirou and Rin more than Shirou and Saber. I just wished they skipped over the scene where Shirou was 'replenishing Saber's prana' rather than that weird dragon scene they did in the anime. Better to skip it then give some weird replacement. Cos we all got from the suggestive position Shirou and Saber were in that THAT was what would've really happened. The visual novel, my favorite routes was Heaven's Feel cos I actually ship Shirou and Sakura more than Shirou and Rin. Another thing, what happened to Zouken in the anime? He's never mentioned once. He appeared in Fate/Zero so why not in Fate/Stay Night anime with at least a cameo or something? Let us at least KNOW if he exists or not.
Overall rating (anime): C
Overall rating (visual novel): A
Overall opinion: It was very good!...so far. It has a likeable protagonist and supporting characters. It also builds upon that one tiny thought we've all had at one point or another of "what would happen if our life was kinda like a video game?". They also do well to take their time to build up suspense (this is debatable from person to person). They also do well to explain the main character's full abilities rather than leaving you to just figure them out like in Darker than Black (cos, as embarrassing as it is, it took me a while to figure out what Hei's real abilities was). It's just a believable scenario if one were to find themselves with video game character-like abilities.
Overall rating: B
Overall opinion: If I had to describe it in a single word. EPIC!!!! Fate/Zero is one of the greatest of Type-Moon's works. If you got a bottle of Epic Juice and mixed it into your Epic Chicken and then threw it into some Epic Pot that somehow made it taste EPIC, that would only be a fraction of how epic Fate/Zero is. This story goes back to tell the tale of the Fourth Holy Grail War which they told next to nothing about in Fate/Stay Night other than the fact the city got blown up. The only other fact they told was that Kiritsugu Emiya was a Master (if you don't know this already, you have no right to call yourself a fan!). Fate/Zero builds upon that and gives a much more serious vibe than Fate/Stay Night which seems to be bursting with fanservice-y elements. The best part about Fate/Zero that it goes around telling the story by switching the view around the characters, sometimes making it difficult who this story's really about. But that's OK. It makes up for that with its epicness. It doesn't waste any time being awesome and it explains quite a few things not present in the Fate or Unlimited Blade Works route in Fate/Stay Night. It also makes it quite clear who you hate and who you like right off the bat rather than the "EVERYONE BUT SHIROU IS A BAD GUY" thing they pull in Fate/Stay Night. While some of the Masters you want to give a good smack to the schnozz, their Servants you more feel sorry for. Other Masters you want to shout "YEAH! KICK THE OTHER GUY'S ASS" and cheer them on. As I see it, Fate/Zero is a Fate installment that kicks ass up to the point of the end where they practically say 'Sorry folks. We have a stupid little brother we have to take care of.' to open up for Fate/Stay Night which will never surpass Fate/Zero (excluding the Heaven's Feel route cos that was epic). If only they had done Fate/Zero first...no wait. Then we would be constantly comparing Fate/Stay Night to it and then no one would want to watch it...You win this round, Type-Moon. YOU WIN THIS ROUND.
Overall rating: EPIC A!!!
Is this a Zombie?/Kore wa Zombie desu ka?
Overall opinion: Loved it. Loved every bit of it. When you're not laughing, you're feeling all warm and fu-OK not really. It's funny yet it knows when to be serious. The protagonist, an undead closet pervert who has an odd fetish for girls with a big brother complex, is extremely likeable and sometimes pitiable for all of the crazy situations he gets in. Such is the life of a zombie. There are a few fanservice-y mom...OK quite a few moments and characters like that, but I think that's the point. At least it's not like Seikon no Qwaser...possibly my least favorite anime EVER! I will not go into this rant right now because this is a review for Kore wa Zombie desu ka?. The protagonist is still a really likeable fellow as are the leading ladies.
Overall rating: B
Overall opinion: Of course there's kinda pervy scenes, but in three words: It. Is. Hilarious.
Overall rating: H...FOR HILARIOUS! It's officially one of my favorite series ever!
Overall Opinion: Jeanne D'arc is most certainly unique. Taking on a turn-based strategy system, Jeanne D'arc puts an interesting spin on a historical war that was fought between the English and French. Demons, magical armlets, as well as Joan of Arc, the girl who claimed to hear God. All of these can be found in this amazing game. Historical figures become valuable pieces in this game of war, hatred, and discovery. The animated cut scenes aren't too bad either. It's one of the better games I've played, making it's way into my top 20 out of the hundreds of games I've played.
Overall Rating: A
Life Is Money
Overall Opinion: Life Is Money is an extremely suspenseful and mystery-filled story. When ten people with various reasoning join a contest for 50,000,000 yen, they find they have to survive ten days in a prison. But some people are not as they appear. The main protagonist is unsure who he can truly trust in a game where (as the title implies) life is money. The more who die, the more money each survivor gets. While physical harm against one another is prohibited, someone clearly has the intent to kill. Who will survive in the end? You have to read cos I'm not spoiling anything else. I found the ending mildly unsatisfying and left a few loose ends, but overall? I thought it was a good story. REEEAAAAAD IT!
Overall Rating: B (albeit barely)
Ratings and reviews that are too come:
Katekyo Hitman Reborn
Final Fantasy (depends on which ones thought)
So...yeah. IDEA BOX/Challenges:
Kore Wa Zombie Desu Ka?/Is this a Zombie?: Eternally Yours: Aster Irrichio's (Age:225 [looks 16]) family was cursed with immortality almost a millennium ago. His only two options in order to remove this curse: Bear a child and pass the curse onto him/her or find the immortal witch who once cursed his family. Now, armed with magic and a hatred that has run in his family for centuries, will he finally return to the world of mortality? Along the way he meets a beautiful vampire-ninja. Will this fateful encounter make him rethink his viewpoint?
Persona 4: Rebirth By Death: While searching through the Midnight Channel for the first time, Yu and co. find a mysterious, blue-haired boy unconscious. When they bring him back to their world, they learn there is much more to him than meets the eye. Aided by the boy with a death goddess talking in his head, will they learn the truth behind the Midnight Channel? Will Minato be able to learn the reason behind Nyx's hatred of humanity? A great battle lays down both of these roads. (I know it's up to the writer about what he does, but could you do me a favor? I don't like the Evokers. Could you write it without Evokers? I know I have no authority. It's just a request that you don't even have to pay attention to.)
Mirai Nikki/Future Diary: The Reaper's Diary: They say that fate is set in stone. In this case, it isn't. A new diary user is introduced into the game. The user of the Reaper's Diary, a diary that can predict when, where, and how someone will or can die. A threat possibly more dangerous than even Yuno Gasai (by herself anyway). Will he prove victorious in the end? What effects will his participation have on the final outcome? And why does his new stalker call him Ryo-chan?
Kingdom Hearts: Guardian of Hearts: When Natsu found himself washed onto the shores of Destiny Island, he had no memories, but he sensed a strange familiarity with a certain red-haired girl. Two years later, he is a basically average child along with his friends, Kairi, Riku, and Sora (bearing an intense rivalry with the last two). But soon he find their world tossed into the darkness and he must traverse the large maze of worlds in order to reunite with his friends. Along the way, will he reclaim his forgotten memories? (I thought about telling about the title right now, but then it'd spoil a lot of what I would've planned. If anyone decides to take on this story before I change my mind about writing it, I will be glad to tell you what the 'Guardian of Hearts' means.) Note: There is a chance I might do this, so get it while the offers good.
Persona 3: The Demon Tamer: It had been several months since he became the messiah/demon lord/guy-who-gave-demons-summoning-powers-to-the-government during the incident within the Yamanote Circle and Kazuya Minegishi is transferring to Gekkoukan High for his second year. He soon becomes involved in the battle between shadows and the group known as S.E.E.S. With his ability to summon demons be able to help S.E.E.S. finally rid the world of the nightmare known as the Dark Hour? But why do the others need a gun to summon demons? And why is there a guy who looks like him? What effect on the battle's final outcome will he have? (So yeah. Persona 3 and Devil Survivor crossover. Yep...I hope someone who is a fan of both games considers this.)
A New Survivor: Izuma Gecko. Age: 17. Occupation: DEMON TAMER. When Izuma gets trapped inside the lockdown, he will need whatever he can get in order to survive...even if it includes a device that summons the very demons he is chased by. But now, fighting beside his friends: a hot girl, an expert hacker, and a silent boy with headphones, he just might be able to survive...now that their peaceful days are over. (Devil Survivor with a new OC protagonist.)
The Dimensional Prisoner: Severely underestimated, Louise summoned forth her familiar. Little did she know, she would summon the most dangerous (half-demon) in the known universe. Known as the fire demon, the Dark Iblis, he was once sealed within the core of all worlds as punishment for his destructive ways. Under his new master, will it be possible to rein in his rage? What is the truth behind this demon's evil? Many truths and lies await him in this new world. Does he have the strength to find them? (So yeah. Familiar of Zero fic. Yeah, the OC will be totally kick-ass.)
Heaven's Feel: Redemption: Minato Arisato was given only two choices: Kill a friend or watch his friends die by a goddess's hand. Unable to make such a choice, he ran. He left all of humanity including himself to pay the price of his actions. After death, he had been taken into the Throne of Heroes himself to wait until he was to answer the Holy Grail's call to war. Now in a time far into the past, he gets one last chance to set things right. The one fight he must win to fix his mistakes: The Fourth Holy Grail War. Battles will be fought, bonds will be made, lives will be lost. Will the Wild Card stick to his morals at the cost of victory? Or will he sacrifice his morality to prevent the disaster he had caused? "Servant Saver at your service, Master!" (Fate/ZeroxPersona 3 crossover)
This is something on a more serious note.
If you find that I haven't updated in five months or more, assume I've met a horrible fate of some sort and will never be able to update again. If this happens, I give everyone permission to plagiarize my stories.
On a different note, I would appreciate it if people went to this address and signed the petition!
It's really important to me!!
See that girl you just called fat? She is starving herself. You know that girl you just called ugly? She spends hours putting on make-up hoping people will like her. That boy you just tripped? He is abused enough at home. See that old man you made fun of cause of the ugly scars? He fought for our country. See that young boy you just made fun of for always being sick? He has to walk home in the snow cause his family is too poor. That guy you just made fun of for crying? His mother is dying.
Re-Post this if you are against bullying. I bet many of you won't, Your life is probably not as harsh as theirs plus you're probably a douche bag.
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