Author has written 5 stories for Mass Effect, Fallout, Star Wars, Final Fantasy XIV, and inFAMOUS.
IMPORTANT UPDATE - May 25, 2019: To whom it may concern. In my last major Supernovas update, I said I would return when things were better. In the years since then, things have only become worse. So, so much worse. The end is in sight, however. I can see the proverbial light at the end of a years-long tunnel, and then I can finally begin to heal. Heal, and eventually, go back to writing my stories here on this site. I've made you all wait, and I'm sorry that I'll have to make you wait a little more. So... yeah. I'll see you guys when I'm back for real. Until then, Blindluck92 out.
I am Blindluck92
I have access to an enormous amount of fictional knowledge, and I figure it's time I do something with it.
If my stories seem strange, I would suggest having an understanding of the book series Pendragon, as I draw heavily from its theme of "territories".
Supernovas mentioned up to this point, their respective territories, and the video games they come from:
Cole "Kessler" MacGrath; Supernova of Conduit Earth; inFAMOUS series
A list of Uniques, as well as other "higher powers" that cannot be classified as Unique or Supernova (LIST CURRENTLY INCOMPLETE):
Robert "Bobby" Pendragon, Leader of the Travelers; highest authority in Solara; known as "Old Man Pendragon" by the Supernovas
Profile STILL under EXTREME reconstruction. No idea when I'll get finished. Upcoming attractions include:
A "pocket guide" to the Solara System and how jobs typically work.
Okay, so the pocket guide is taking longer than I'd like, so for now, I'm copy and pasting the important parts from various chapters throughout my stories:
In a past life, most Uniques had lived extraordinary lives and carried out feats that made them look like messiahs and chosen ones. Others were from territories whose Supernovas needed guidance but the circumstances were extreme, an example being Kessler, joining the Uniques as a means of atonement. Usually though, Uniques were individuals who had fought for a grand cause on their territory, thus it was no surprise when almost all of them shared a common theme: countless lives depended on every choice they made. And those choices were never easy.
Now killing bad guys is only half of a Supernova's job, however. The easy half, in fact. What could be harder than saving the world? Dealing with authority in all its obstructive shapes and sizes. Legitimate, corrupt, and everything in between, it doesn't matter. Supernovas are hated by governing bodies, corporate conglomerates, NGOs, and "the system" in general. Of course, the Supernovas don't exactly foster goodwill, but public relations take backseat to saving the world and protecting their own secrets. Shepard would have loved to call the Citadel Council out on their bullshit. Instead the Commander plays "good little soldier" for the sake of humanity. Not the Supernovas though! They'll speak their mind every damn time, and they can't be stopped. Governments would love nothing more than to control them or silence them, but it's not possible when they're teleporting, immortal, bunker-busting freaks.
A brief description of the Supernovas especially noteworthy for the current Mass Effect Job.
A rough definition of what qualifies for a Supernova and what doesn't. Look at it before asking "Is (insert name here) a Supernova?"
Take away gameplay mechanics, and tell me if the character is still superhuman. If not, then stop here. If yes, then take away all special weapons or armor that could be used by someone other than the character, and now tell me if they are superhuman without it. If no, then stop here. If the character's equipment responds only to that character, then you can ask me. Now, if the character's equipment isn't the reason they're potentially a Supernova, then strip them down to their smalls and put them in a room of normal people. If there is absolutely nothing different between the character and the normal people, then they are not a Supernova. If there is a innate quality that separates them (genetic, magic, mental, physical, etc.), then ask me if they are Supernovas. It's that simple.
A list of future projects, some of which I might actually start working on and even publishing sometime
I have no idea when I'll get it all finalized, but I guarantee it'll be awesome. And as you all have probably realized, I'm getting really bad at updating things.
Supernovas of Thedas - Coming
Live, Die, Respawn - A rough idea for a Destiny story with no (current) connection to my Supernova multiverse. (Author's Note: Sorry guys, Enkkidu and I are keeping this one offsite for now.)
Nuclear Winter Soldier - New story that I'm actually writing! Will update when mood strikes me, unlike the failed attempt at consistently getting Supernova chapters written (which is getting
Supernovas of the Old Republic - New story in the Supernovas multiverse, starting around the Tuchanka arc of One Way Flight and continuing past the Mass Effect Trilogy entirely. Primary Supernovas (known so far) include Delsin Rowe, Starkiller and the other Starkiller (aka "Fighting Unique" Galen Marek). Will involve the moderately-anticipated subplot of Strong-Novas and Void-Class aspects of the multiverse. More fun to write than anything else so far.
A Revenge Reborn - New Final Fantasy XIV: ARR story about revenge (obviously). Enkkidu convinced me to play it over the holidays. This story is about why it's really bad idea to piss off someone who kills gods on a routine basis. It's also really bad to put ten thousand mandatory fetch quests between said god-killer and whoever it is they want to kill.
And now for some quotes! Warning: PROBABLE SPOILERS AHEAD!
"And so we go." - Bobby Pendragon
"War... War never changes." - Ron Perlman
"I never cared about justice, and I don't ever recall calling myself a hero... I have always only fought for the people that I believe in. I won't hesitate... If an enemy appears before me, I will destroy it!" - Megaman Zero
"Nulla è reale, tutto è lecito. Requiescat en pace." - Ezio Auditore da Firenze
"Never experiment on species with members capable of calculus; simple rule, never broke it." - Mordin Solus
"ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL" - Harbinger
"Would you kindly?" - Bioshock
"A Man chooses! A Slave obeys!" - Andrew Ryan
"Thought I'd try shooting my way out; mix things up a little." - Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Spartan John-117
"Amonkira. Lord of Hunters. Grant that my hands be steady, my aim be true, and my feet swift. And should the worst come to pass, grant me forgiveness." *disappears into thin goddamn air* - Thane Krios
"Let's cut to the chase. I'm not telling you who I am. Yes, I know exactly who I'm dealing with. No, I don't want your money, I just have a few questions. And for god's sake please don't beg for your life!" - Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell
"Bring us the girl, and wipe away the debt!" - Everyone in Bioshock Infinite
"Jackpot!" - Devil May Cry
"Delta Squad is in your house, bitch! You hear that shit? All you grubby-ass bitches are going down! Like, way down! Dead down! So down you ain't gonna know which way is up! Your asses are gonna be crying to your skank-ass Queen, 'Oh Mommy, don't let the bad man hurt us!' Fuck you! We gonna whoop yo momma's ass! WHOO!" - Augustus "Cole Train" Cole's enlightening speech
"I'll kill you with my teacup." - Riddick
"Serve... Save... Slave... Slay..." - Fray
My personal one-liners:
"Don't be an ass, because then I'll have to be an ass back, and I'm much better at being an ass than you are." - A brief summary of my approach to life.
"I'm taking solace in the fact that Bioware didn't actually give me a choice." - My response to the end of Mass Effect 3
"Arrow in the knee or foot up the ass. Take your pick." - My warning to Skyrim guards
"I'm apologize, but you've clearly mistaken me for somebody who gives a shit." - Multiple times while playing Fallout, I say this.