Author has written 55 stories for Wrestling, Mortal Kombat, Gears of War, Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil, God of War, Hitman, Batman, Star Wars, Deadpool, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Avengers, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, and Arrow.
Merry Meet and Blessed Be!
I, MissScorp, do solemnly swear to *try and* review all the fics I read, regardless of the number of reviews, its age, or anything else.
I have joined the review revolution.
You can call me Scorp (or Chief). If you are interested in following me, you can check me out at: Randonmess but you can also see me lurking around the Review Sub-Categories. In fact, if you are looking for some input or help with your story? Here's a good place to get it! If you are looking for a beta? The Reviews Lounge is an EXCELLENT place to look for one (you can even advertise for one!). Plus, we're all super sweet and nice people so don't feel like you can't join in on the insanity. We welcome everyone and like all fandoms :). You can also find me lurking around in the Review Lounge, Too forums (I am one of the RLt's mods). Commonly, I am here:
I am making a statement about Original Characters right here and now: I use them, I love them, they are part of the cast inside my particular stories. I feel there's a very bad rap against OCs on FFN, and that people tend to lump all writers who use them into one collective pot and allow their assumptions to discount a story because of it. Well, yanno what they say about assumptions, right? Seriously, here's my response to you OC phobics (and I'm gonna use the dominant fandom as my reference point):
Dick Grayson was brought in as Robin after Batman was an already established character. He was an OC when he first entered the fandom. Becomes a new main character and gains a huge following. We then get Jason Todd once it's decided to grow Dick up and move him off into his own life. Jason is another OC. He becomes Robin. Another new main character. People hated him because he wasn't fleshed out properly so he gets killed off. Enter Tim Drake. Another OC. He becomes Robin. Another new main character that is widely loved by fans. Enter Damian Wayne. Another OC. Becomes Robin. Another new main character that has amassed quite a little following. What's the pattern here? All the Batboys started life as...ORIGINAL CHARACTERS! So get over your OCphobia and give an OC a chance. You might find another Robin.
Also, not all OC's are Sue's. The term Mary Sue and Gary Stu is frequently tossed around and most people label all OC's that way. I freely challenge you to pick up anything from my Bat-arc and find my OC and call her a Sue. If you can manage to convince me she's a Sue, I'll give you a review. That's how confident I am in the character I have built.
Now, I'm kinda a pedant when it comes to continuity, even though I write out of order (because my muse is this little Bat-fairy with vampire fangs and demon claws and an attitude of we do what she wants). So for those who are like me and like to read things in some sort of order, this is how the collection's with more than one story in them break down:
Batman: The Family Exploration
Batman: A Christmas Present--(Complete)
Batman: Bedtime Story-- (Complete)
Batman: City of Fear-- (Complete)
Batman: The Joker's Revenge-- (Short-Hiatus)
Nightwing: The Bonds of Friendship
Red Robin: Skittles and Vanilla ice cream-- (Complete)
Batman: Odyssey-- (Complete)
Red Robin: A Birdie Alone-- (Complete)
Batman & Robin: The Past Revisited-- (Complete)
Redemption-- (flashback is set before Past Revisited)(In-Progress...ish)
Of Batman and Nightwing and Robin-- (Complete)
The Birthday Present--(complete)
The Red Nix Bunch-- (Complete)
Red Hood and Robin: Family Traditions--(complete)
The Harlequin's Request-- (Complete)
Batman & Robin: Inceptive-- (In-Progress)
Nightwing: How to Date a Nightwing-- (Complete)
Love and Bullets-- (Complete but due soon for overhaul because of events in Inceptive)
Heart of a Robin-- (Complete but due for an overhaul)
Robin: Martian Child-- (Complete)
Nightwing and Robin: Growing Pains-- (Complete)
*Robin: Noel-- Events of Arkham City occur within this story (Complete)
*The Harlequin's Revenge-- Events of the DLC called Harley Quinn's Revenge occur within this story (Complete)
Robin: Separation Anxiety-- (Complete)
I want to make a distinction that there are stories in the Arkham series which take place within the center of the videogames Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. They still are taking place above but they are different because WB had to come along and screw with the timelines. *sigh* Like I don't have enough confusion and complications?
The Asylum Incident (these are based upon events in Batman: Arkham Asylum)
1) The Harlequin's Regret-- (Complete)
2) The Harlequin's Love Poem-- (Complete)
3) The Temptation of Dr. Jonathan Crane-- (Complete)
THE TIES THAT BIND SERIES
I am calling this my version of the 52 Reboot. Everything that happens in my Arkham Arc? It never happens here. This is more AU base with a stronger influence from the comics. This story explores the idea of what life in general might have been like for the members of the Batclan had none of the events that occurred in the Arkham Series occurred with one incredibly big AU twist taken from the Batman R.I.P. comics.
Red Robin: A Birdie Alone*-- (Complete)
Red Robin: Family Ties (Complete)
The Birthday Wish-- (Complete)
Ballad of a Robin (Complete)
Bringing the Red Hooded Birdie home... (Complete)
The Crane Conspiracy
Because I have written a number of stories now with Dr. Jonathan Crane (Scarecrow) as the antagonist in them, it bears in mind that they have a sequence to them as well. That sequence is:
Batman: City of Fear (Complete)
The Infatuation of Dr. Jonathan Crane (Complete)
Batman & Robin: Inceptive (In-Progress)
Arrow (TV Series)
2) Loyalty-- (In-Progress)
3) Masque-- (Coming Soon to a FFN near you!)
Gears of War Verse:
I am of course drawing from the games and the novels here (I have only recently begun reading the comics and that tends to make the writing slooow). I personally am having fun with this story because I don't feel that we ever get enough information about Baird. I love characters that are complex and who have room in which one can expand upon and play with, so for me, ROTL has been fun to write.
Gears of War: Sacred Bonds--(Complete)
Gears of War: The End Game--(Complete)
Gears of War: Rise of the Lambent-- (In Progress)
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