Poll: For my RWBY readers, this is a pole that's being conducted because I want to create a team based upon the characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The top eight characters will be formed into teams. Further details of the story will be detailed soon. Vote Now!
Author has written 25 stories for Star Wars, Toy Story, Teen Titans, Mass Effect, Halo, Star Wars Rebels, Assassin's Creed, Mortal Kombat, How to Train Your Dragon, Frozen, RWBY, Metroid, Dead Space, Call of Duty, and Inside Out.
No story should be taken personally. They're just stories. I simply express what I think sounds cool and awesome. I hope that readers will find some joy in reading my stories as well. My writing style takes many lessons from English class, other Fanfiction authors, authors of books, and my imagination. I learn and make mistakes as all Humans do, and I'll take anyone's criticism and consider it. It is after all how I get better, as I am a self-taught writer of Fanfiction.
I believe that all people have a story to tell, but some just need some encouragement. Their first efforts may be very bad, but everyone has to start somewhere. And remember, the key to getting better is to keep writing. You don't get better until you invest hours of time into writing. I'd never be able to write what I do now if not for the practice.
For other future ideas I might do, look to the bottom.
NOTE: The stories under "Story Updates" are the ones I am currently working on.
Apprentice Meets Padawan - Ongoing as of Ch. 22
Leader and Warrior - Ongoing
Star Wars: Harbinger of Unpredictability - Hiatus (need to compile details)
The Frozen Khronicles - On hold (chapter in progress, but writer's block has stopped me)
I Found Something in my Enemy - On hold (need more ideas)
Arc-Angel - Ongoing
How to Train Your Hunter - Ch.7 in limbo/progress
One-Night Brand: Ongoing
A little bit about me:
Age: 19 (Prime year of my life. Get it? Eh? Eh?)
Occupation: College Student
Gender: Take a guess, because you've only got a 50% chance of being wrong.
My OTP's (because I think I should get them down and subject to expansion)
Master Chief x Cortana (Yes till the end!)
Kirito x Asuna (The only other anime I watch besides RWBY)
Qrow x Winter (It worked in my mind once I thought about it enough)
Buffy x Spike (It's freaky, but ultimately it's endearing to me)
Raven x Beast Boy (Hell Yeah!)
Favorite Bands/Musical Artists:
Three Days Grace
Fall Out Boy
Five Finger Death Punch
Favorite Video Games/Series:
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Need for Speed
Silence of the Lamb
The Godfather Part I
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
The Lion King
Toy Story (all three)
Saving Private Ryan
Raiders of the Lost Ark
How To Train Your Dragon (1 & 2)
Batman Begins/ The Dark Knight (Rising)
Anne of Green Gable
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
The Hunger Games
The Silence of the Lamb
(many more) ...
Bolded Characters are special to me
Steven Grant Rogers a.k.a. Captain America
Steve Rogers fits the classic boys scout role. He's truthful, kind, selfless, noble, and righteous, and in this world, is it truly ineffective or impractical to be these things? He's the Superman of Marvel, and he's a person few and far in between.
The Batman suffered the death of his parents, and in spite of everything wrong in his life, he has one code: never kill, no matter how heinous the crime or the criminal. Yet he lives with this underlying anger everyday of his life. That's truly impressive.
Galen Marek a.k.a Starkiller (Star Wars The Force Unleashed)
This kid went from dark-side assassin to redeemed Jedi. He's one of the few people in the Star Wars Universe that has come back from the dark side and truly embraced the light side. He stands as a symbol that even the worst people can be changed and made better.
Alex Mercer (Prototype)
John-117 a.k.a Master Chief (Halo)
He may not know better, but he stands as a savior to all of Humanity and given enough time, he could stand for the innocent, defending them at whatever cost, because it's duty that guides him, and duty is important.
A complex character, and yet not all that complicated when you look at what makes her who she is. She's a clone of someone, and like the person she was created from, she cares for the Master Chief like no other.
Jaune Arc (RWBY)
Though still just a boy with no training, he strives to become a hero. He's the guy that will likely go from rags to riches in terms of his combat training. His heart and mind are in the right places already. Let's just hope he lives long enough to make a mark.
Ruby Rose (RWBY)
She walks a fine line between bravery and stupidity. Her innocence is as much a wonderful trait as it is a crutch to her and her friends. Still, we'd all wish that we could be innocence. Innocence is bliss in a way.
Blake Belladonna (RWBY)
When everyone tells you you're a freak, you should fight back, hurt them back. That's not what Blake does. She wants equality and peace for all, even Humans who may or may not deserve that much. She tries hard to never antagonize because she knows it only makes thing worse.
Commander Shepard M/F (Mass Effect)
Garrus Vakarian (Mass Effect)
Morrigan (Dragon Age)
Morrigan is a woman who was raised differently, shown little compassion, but give her the chance, and she is more than able to be friendly, loving, and caring to those who would grant her the same things. Unlike her mother, she is not heartless.
Alistair (Dragon Age)
A man who has become part of many worlds. Ultimately, Alistair is all about taking responsibility, and though he may run away initially, he will always do what is best when he has to. He may not be a hero at first glance, but he is one.
Arcann (Star Wars: The Old Republic)
Darth Marr (Star Wars: The Old Republic)
Although not much is known about him, Marr is a man of practicality and reason, not letting anything and anyone prevent him from making decisions. Practicality might be seen as a dangerous thing, but it's better than having nothing at all as a guide.
Kuai-Liang a.k.a Sub-Zero (Mortal Kombat)
Hanzo Hasash a.k.a Scorpion (Mortal Kombat)
The truth about Elsa is that she just wants to be acknowledged as a person and not have her gift be seen as anything but who she is. How many of us feel the pressure of society everyday? Even more important, she wants to be with Anna again.
Forgive those that you call family, no matter how much they might hurt you. That is what Anna did, and believe me, a lot of people wish they could have as much undying loyalty and dedication to their family as Elsa did to Anna. When you're willing to die for them, you know they love you.
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III (How to Train Your Dragon)
From Viking disgrace to Viking Hero, Hiccup tells us that once we show people that there are better ways, they will have new reason to trust and believe in you. He also teaches us about responsibility and trust in those you care about. You have to believe in yourself.
Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad (Assassin's Creed)
This man has lived the life of an Assassin to the Nth degree. He's fought, bled, suffered, loved, learned, rebuilt, and understood. Knowledge and pain for Altair are one in the same. He sought to find the answers to everything in life, even though it was an impossible task.
Connor Kenway (Assassin's Creed)
He was born to a Native American mother and a British Father. Even against the world, against all odds, and against even his own family's wishes, he accomplished things to be proud of. Even when the world tells him to stop hoping, he refuses to give in.
Woody (Toy Story)
The man-toy that suffers a problem that many of us have at one point or another experienced, but like any person, Woody matures and grows as a character, and he becomes friends with the very toy he once hated.
Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)
An overall strange toy, but very loyal to his friends. He knows that you can't call yourself a friend to anyone if you weren't willing to risk the same things that they risked for yourself.
Joel (The Last of Us)
Is it selfish to want what was once lost to you? What was once precious? Joel deprives Humanity of a possible chance at being cured because Ellie became a second daughter to him. Joel teaches us that we're not all meant to make sacrifices for the greater good.
Isaac Clarke (Dead Space)
This engineer has been through a horror that few would even survive. His mind has been twisted and turned and played with, and his will is strong. When faced with choices, he makes the decisions that put his life at risk in order to save others.
Life has taken many turns for me. I'm now eighteen. If feels strange, and yet, it doesn't feel like much to celebrate. Now I''m off to college and adult life. Strange, but hey, I suppose lots of other people get those same feelings. I only hope I can make a name for myself.
A few things about the rules of writing that I follow. Some of it is subject to change, but some will remain and not change.
1) When someone says you can't do something, I take that as a challenge to try and do it. The only limits are the ones we set in our minds. Some people are really stubborn that things are simply one way and no other way can be done, and I pity those people. There are many ways. That being said, that doesn't mean there aren't rule to follow. The key is to know you way in and out of the rules before bending and changing them.
2) There are a few scenes that I draw the line at, and I think you all know what I'm talking about, so don't bother asking me what they are.
3) Sexuality isn't an obstacle, as long you're not trying to shove it in someone's face. Heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, asexual, it doesn't really matter which your stories have, as long as it tells a story. Also, when two intimate people are family in the original story, I get really uncomfortable about it because if the story tells that they're family, trying to imagine them as intimate is a very discomforting scene. My life mentality has been this: as long as two people love each other, then I have no problem.
4) When writing about intimacy, take them really seriously, unless it's really casual sex. When talking about this stuff between two people, you expect the two to be really close, connected, and bonded to each other. Ruining this moment is like a backhand to the face. I really don't think describing the exact size of someone's "assets" is really necessary. And another thing: pornography is not the same thing as sex. Need I say more?
5) Self-inserts and OC's are extremely difficult to do, and I have yet to find a story that does a really good job of telling a story with a writer's experience because often times, it's tailored to the author too much. Not a good idea. Unless you really aim to make a story in which you don't dominate the story with all-amazing abilities that you wish you had, I wouldn't do this one.
I've done it myself, and looking back on my work, I realized just how much I screw it up big time. Ah well, live and learn. I know now that I won't ever write OC's again until I can write all the existing characters well.
6) Extra-long paragraphs are a bit of a pain to keep track of, so try to make short paragraphs and try not to just add details for the sake of having a longer story. A long story does not always mean a better story.
7) It's a good idea to read from Fanfiction as well as from hard-copy books as well. Being really good at English helps as well. Improvement is always a good thing, and there's always room to improve whether we acknowledge that fact or not. Reading is like money for your mental bank. The more you read, the more you learn. I believe this truly.
8) Always pay attention to your readers. They support your work, so at least acknowledge them if you don't implement their ideas. I'm sure many of us write for pleasure, but some do so to please an audience as well. If you're that person, responding to reader feedback is critical to a successful story.
That being said, retain your own unique spin on the story. Everyone has a way to tell their story. Some are arguably better than others, but the point of a story is to be expressive of your own uniquely suited skills.
9) Those people who believe that they are superior because they of their preconceived notions of how to write are the people that I do not engage with. I let them think what they will of me. In the end, if most people acknowledge my work and want more, then the few that are trying to flame and demoralize me are of no consequence. Just remember writers, your work reflects on you.
10) (Arguably the most important) - When someone criticizes you without giving you ideas on how to improve, ignore them. When someone who doesn't have any work to show for themselves points out everything you did wrong, ignore them. When someone tells you that you suck, ignore them. Do you know why you should ignore them?
BECAUSE THEY ARE LOSERS.
The writers are the people doing the real work while these assholes think they can bring us down to their level by insulting what we do. DO NOT EVER get bogged down by those losers. Let them believe whatever they want, because in the end, you're creating and sharing and making other people happy, and that's what's most important. As long as you make most people happy, then who cares about those who don't like what you do?
My favorite kind of characters are the ones who become something that they never thought they would ever become, whether it be good turns bad or bad turns good, it makes no difference to me. Also, to those who are very sensitive about Good vs. Evil, I may be treading some fine ice regarding morals and opinions in my various story situations, but remember, just because I write about it does not mean I condone or support in any way. At heart, I am like anyone else, just a little too forgiving. If anything, I try to forgive people too much and approach many problems with my head, not my heart. Just a little reminder.
Also, I'm not afraid to express very explicit language in order to emphasize characters or prove a point, but I DO NOT swear for no reason.
As a write with commitments in life, some of my story updates can be rather sporadic, but I have at least two stories that I update on a weekly basis.
I'm open to writing in general. I'm not biased when it comes to what I write and how.
These are ideas that I come up with that I might use for future stories or for ideas later in current stories. They likely won't be touched for a long time, but the ideas are here, and feel free to give me ideas if you have any.
RWBY: Hunt the Truth
Huntsman and Huntresses are disappearing, never to be seen again. Suspecting a larger plan in motion, Qrow Branwen steals away the eight Divine Dust Crystals and bestows them upon eight chosen teenagers. Of course he realized these kids would not ever work as a coherent team. And maybe that's exactly what he was counting on.
Weiss is familiar with worship and idols. She is a Schnee after all. Everywhere she goes, people know here. And if they don't know her, they worship her like the blonde dolt. There is that one guy with the black hair and magenta eye and magenta streak. And he just so happens to be her partner.
How to Train Your Dragon/ Mass Effect Crossover: Race to the Galaxy
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III of Berk discovered hyper-advanced technology far beyond anything that the world has ever seen. He also is transported into the heart of the civilization known as the Citadel through a conduit. Unfortunately, the conduit is a one-way ticket, and that means Hiccup and Toothless are left to a galaxy that was not meant for them yet.
Mass Effect/ Star Wars Crossover: For Unity
The year is 3186, and the galaxy is now stronger than ever. The Reapers are forgiven for their past crimes, and discrimination has faded into obscurity. Now the Milky Way Galaxy faces a new chance for new knowledge as they unlock the technology to travel galaxies, and one is a galaxy erupting in civil war.
Mass Effect/ Star Wars: TCW Crossover: The Normandy Chronicles
Commander John Shepard narrowly survived the suicide mission into the galactic core, but now fate, or rather the Force takes a twist of fate and forces him into a war that was not meant for him or his squad, but one they must fight for nonetheless. Their team is put to a new test as they fight together as the drums of war beat. Welcome to the Clone Wars. Various Normandy pairings. AU One additional teammate.
Prototype/ Mass Effect Crossover: The Last of Us
Alexander James Mercer is the last vestage of Humanity. Having consumed over seven billion Humans, he now seeks to find atonement for his madness by using his knowledge and travelling to the stars. When he discovers a galaxy that Humanity never knew, he vows to protect this galaxy as he should have done with Humanity. Madness will not consume him again.
Halo/Mortal Kombat Crossover: When the Dragon Breathed Fire
While training Alpha Company, Lieutenant Kurt Ambrose identifies seven individuals with unusual and exceptional skills. Liu Kang, Hanzo Hashashi, Kuai Liang, Sonja A. Blade, Raymond Dent, John Carlton, and Kaeden Noel were all kids with special talents. Through some misgivings and many trials together, they formed Dragon Team, the most lethal and deadly of all the Spartan-III's.
Assassin's Creed/Halo Crossover: White Team
Out of all the Spartans teams in the SPARTAN-II program, White team is the most stealthy, subtle, and manipulative. Altair-001, Ezio-065, Connor-056, Edward-035, 017-Desmond, and 019-Aveline are trained in art of assassination and are equipped to take on missions that are suicidal even for SPARTAN-II's, and they are beyond ghosts, as their existence is non-existent. They blend where the other SPARTANS cannot.
Assassins Creed/Frozen Crossover: Ice Queen Meets Master Assassin
How does a queen who has only begun to re-embrace her emotions help a killer who has never used emotions for virtually all of his life? How does a deadly warrior who has only recently gained new powers help a young ruler who has only begun to control her powers to harness it further? How do two people who are worlds apart in many ways than one forge a strong connection that does not seem possible? Altair/Elsa pairing.
Dragon Age/Star Wars Crossover: The Power of the Dark Side
Galen Marek and Starkiller are one in the same, and when he is no longer in a galaxy where he knows, he memories of said galaxy no longer exist. With the training of both a Jedi and Sith, he sets out into an unknown and primitive world threatened by the creatures of the dark, and he is forced to be the reluctant savior or conqueror of this world.
Mass Effect: Loyalty
Cerberus died with the Reapers, but to ensure that their ideal lives on, they created one human, a perfect specimen, whose singular purpose is to keep the idea of Cerberus alive. Can a single human who was built to embody Cerberus hope to know the difference between a predetermined purpose or actions that define a person?
Mass Effect: The Epimetheus
When Commander Shepard activated the Crucible, the Reapers realized that the Catalyst had betrayed them, believed them to to ineffectual in finding the final solution, so in a final attempt to preserve themselves, they construct a final Reaper from the dead of the resistance of the galaxy. However, the Reaper is activated prematurely and is not completely free from the mind of organics, and now battles between its emotional side and its purpose: to preserve life at any cost. AU
Assassin's Creed: The Templar's World
The world is in a state of war. What is left of the democratic powers fight against the tyrants and dictators who would threaten to relieve the world of free will, but the new world will have to be maintained and watched, and only the Templar's best agent will suffice to serve as this Harbinger of order, structure, and purpose.
Dragon Age/Mass Effect: Tales of the Turian Vigilante
Once, I was a part of a race known as the Turians, but what happened to them, I have no clue. Taken in by adoptive Human parents and trained to be an assassin, I work to fight for the people. Profit is not the main goal, contrary to what many believe. As for my name, my name is Garrus Vakarian.
Mass Effect/Halo Crossover: Tales of the Zealot
A biotic Sangheili Zealot is groomed to the be the first Sangheili Spectre of the Citadel Council. He is everything a Zealot is suppose to be: trained, disciplined, brilliant, and deadly. However, he is different for one reason: he was raised by an adoptive family, a Sangheili father and a Human mother. Both cultures have shaped him into who he is, and neither race seem to fully accept him. AU Post-ME3 galaxy.
Mortal Kombat: Gods Among Us
From the souls of the dead, I was formed. I am Nihlus, the God of Death, the opposite of life. I can destroy lives with a single thought, indoctrinate others to my will, and from those I claim, who and what they are become part of me. I am a nation, and we are not understood by many. Yet with all of my power, I am a young child among legends, so I learn from the young through imitation and experimentation. MKX-Post
Mortal Kombat: The Netherrealm's Wrath
Liu Kang and Kitana, as they rule their new domain, train their legacy: their own son. A lifetime of training and discipline and purpose crafts one of the most skilled warriors of all the realms. Now at the peak of mind and body, he is sent out as the vanguard for the Netherrealm's goal of ultimate conquest of all people and all realms.
Prototype/ Star Wars Rebels Crossover:
Alex Mercer, saving Manhattan, has nearly lost all hope for a better future. Unexpectingly appearing in a galaxy ruled by a Galactic Empire only serves to fuel his preference to let the universe unfold without his interference, but a chance meeting with the Lothal Rebel will force him to reconsider what is worth fighting for, if there is anything left to fight for. M for gore, swearing, etc.
Killer Instinct: Embittered
Fulgore, once again destroyed by Jago with the help of Orchid, is rebuilt again, this time, with the intent to kill them both. Rebuilt to be even stronger than his previous two forms, the machine is dead set on avenging it's destruction, until it falters again, unable to kill Orchid. It's main purpose and it's mind now in conflict, Fulgore chances something not meant for him.