Author has written 22 stories for Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Aliens/Predator, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Star Wars, Anthem, Fallout, and Avengers.
Cthulhu 2020! Choose The Greater Evil!
New State, Old Computer. Can you believe I'm running the internet through this thing with a wire? #CaptainCaveman!
Currently working on both JENNIFER WALTERS, AVENGER-AT-LAW Season 3 as well as a new story idea, SPIDER-KHAN. Progress will be slower for a bit since I moved but I haven't forgotten you all or my love for writing.
Stories I'm currently working on:
There are four main-stream Spider-Mans (Peter, Jessica Miles, and Gwen), several once-in-a-blue-moon ones (Peni, Noir, Anya, Mayday, Ham), and even some on-the-fence ones (the Venoms). So here's a brand-new one for you; Kamala Khan!
Bitten by a spider undergoing a medical trial to extract proteins and enzymes for medical research and pharmaceuticals, Kamala is now slowly evolving while juggling school, boys, and curfew. What's a fifteen-year old to do in a world that's suffered a failed alien invasion, a near American Government overthrow, and a prevented Major Extinction Event to do? Set within the MCU.
Jennifer Walters: Avenger-at-Law
Avengers? Meet the woman who will become the She-Hulk! Set in the MCU, I've AU'ed this story to 'substantial' as I introduce a post-Battle of NY view of the Avengers with a lawyer from SoCal (who is also the cousin of Bruce Banner). Earth-616, Earth-1610, Earth-1999999, and Earth-1218 have all been meshed and inserted to create a new form of Avengers... ran by a lawyer who proved Thor to be a God in a courtroom. Inclusions of both movie Avengers, Netflix Avengers, and comic Avengers, with some rather radical changes to a few such as a tech-savvy Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan and a badass version of Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl that doesn't involve the word cute at all.
Done with the War on HYDRA, bringing out all the stops, to include My Chemical Romance's "Black Parade"!
Hints, Allegations, And Stories Somewhat Worked Upon:
The Avengers: Disney Princess Edition
The Old World, 1888; Steam is King, we sail the seas in metal ships and float on dirigibles. And the depths of a French cave, a secret laboratory studying a brass lamp is absconded by a woman who would be Empress in her bid to take over the world, both above and beneath the waves! When seas rise and chaos looms, who does the world turn to? A national hero who was buried outside of time. A genius Frenchwoman powered by steam. A girl who is the host of nature's darker side. A headstrong Scottish lass with an aim to die for. A runaway Czarina with a black past. A woman of the sea armed with her father's trident. With black magic abound and Europe itself threatened?
No one's going to tell these ladies to mind their manners.
Mass Effect: Of Lions And Angels
Jane Shepard? Meet Sara Ryder: Milky Way. BFF's stuck in the first Mass Effect, where everyone has gotten an upgrade, both heroes and villains. Rather heavy AU with an emphasis towards FutureTech (along with hacking terms and future concepts), military tactics and jargon, plot, story, drama, and lots of smack-talking. Join an Engineer N7 and a Marine Corpsman along with the crew of the Normandy as I walk you through a reimage of Mass Effect where the Citadel is expanded, the Arc is visited, the enemies redefine evil, and family gets redefined. I'm working on developing unique concepts (Sara Ryder in the Milky Way, for one), expanding Mass Effect's technology (Jannie has drones and lots of tech candy), exploring a world barely visited (the Citadel gets an overhaul), and the missions are set at Doom's UltraViolence (because this isn't a walk in the park).
Updates are set at five times a month, generally the 1st, 6th, 12th, 18th, and 24th of a month so I can plug a five-chapter ARC and finish this monster of a story that might end up at about 120 Chapters/1 Million words!
I do apologize for the year-long wait for chapter 50, but real-life as well as JW:AIL came and kicked me in the ass. I just kicked back.
Currently on ARC XI: The SPECTRES Of Humanity
A Fox Amongst The Wolves (Developmental Hell)
Due to my previous laptop committing BSOD suicide, I lost something like 150,000 words on the current ARC Human Lives Matter, and about 50,000 in the next two ARCs, A Paragon Of Her Kind and The Third Unification War. I have rewritten... all of a chapter. It's hard to restart when you know you had great and can't remember it all (or close to a tenth of it). I will get to it. [No, probably not, considering I've used a quarter of my ideas in Of Lions And Angels].
A survival story in the Mass Effect: Andromeda game, the events are mired in the ice age world of Voeld where Commander Sara Elaine Ryder and TEAM PATHFINDER are currently working with Angaran Special Forces, the Heskaarl, to erode Kett effectiveness on Voeld. Yet when a routine mission involving taking down a normal communications outposts ends with the Pathfinders' shuttle being struck down during a fierce blizzard, TEAM PATHFINDER is divided physically as a rescue is mounted through the worst weather in Voeld's recorded history.
ARC I: Pathfinder Down is complete.
Currently on ARC II: The Perfect Storm
Sister Jane Shepard, Citadel Mormon Missionary
16-year old Mindoir colonist Jane Shepard has elected the Citadel as her stake-of-choice to become the first Mormon Missionary to the Citadel. A young woman in the Center of the Known Universe learns of new cultures, meets new people, and finds that she learns just as much as she teaches as faith is tested, goals are struck, and a world unlike any other is crafted as tensions run high amongst the species of the galaxy when an event that may lead to war brings a young Mormon woman to the realization that it's not just about the faith, but the work as well.
A Fallout 76 story with heavy plot elements of the main quest from Fallout 3, meshing with a young 19 year old woman from a Control Vault in search for her mother, the Overseer, after Reclamation Day. I promise plot, scorched, ghouls, bullets, survival, and a harrowing tale of a young woman's journey in a post-apocalyptic West Virginia.
Currently on ARC I: The Day We've All Been Waiting For
What happens when you make a reality show featuring police officers? You get COPS. What happens when you put CopShep in front of a camera with a rookie reporter and have her patrol the worst sections of the Citadel? You get a catastrophe. Meet Decantus/Corporal Jane Catherine Shepard, three-year C-SEC Vet of the Orlop Wards, Outer Tract, Zakera Arm; the highest crime-rate section of the Citadel. Joining forces with a rookie interactive reporter named Mike Greene, together they take a bite out of crime.
Season 1: Big Hit is complete.
Currently on Season 2: Armed And Dangerous.
Um... about me?
I exist on the Prime Material Plane. And I do the same thing every night; try to take over the world!
List of Author/Stories I Recommend:
SomethingProfound11's "Estrangement" - Surprisingly, we shared a lot of similar ideas about ME1 without any correspondence whatsoever. SP11 shows a good deal of inner-workings and clever insights that adds more to the story about the people on-board a ship than most ever even touch. A wonderful re-telling of ME1 (with a sequel "What Lives In The Dark" in the works currently!) that shows the efforts of a good author. Also check out "The Talk" for a good giggle or three as poor Sara Ryder gets a very sad case of the birds and the bees from an unlikely source in an unlikely manner!
Exodia-Girl's "Mass Effect" - A brilliant show of military tactics and personal effort for someone who has never served in the military, E-G can certainly put a reader into the personal boots of someone on the ground. Most certainly a Reaper-less AU, this TV Series-esque is quite different from the normal novelization and AU, crafting a rather unique story that doesn't follow the rules and instead forges its own creative path.
MosaicCreme's "The Lives And Deaths Of Commander Shepard" - This HUGE story (750k words) is one of the best 'novelization-that-isn't' stories that I've ever encountered. Using a creative 'redo' plotline, this story really pulls at the reader, going through the motions while leaving you guessing. "Targeted Interference" is also an interesting story that deserves a look as well. Don't try outsmarting her; she has like four degrees!
LogicalPremise's "Of Sheep And Battle Chicken" - This series has been going on for over 6 years, is on its third story, and has damn near FORTY addendums and stories for you to peruse in this grim-dark Warhammer 40k-esque universe where there are no 'good' guys. This series touches everything; behind-the-scenes, politics, even newscasts and legit interviews, while also including a whole host of realistic O/C's, entire histories of enemies, legends and pariahs, and a very dark Sara Ying Shepard.
DigitalHelix's "All In The Details" - Probably the only Mass Effect story that deserves the 'Futurized/Cyberpunk' category for an already Sci-Fi category, this acronym and technology-heavy story employs a view of the future that exceeds most anything you'll likely see in media; print or visual. While the plot itself adheres to the game faithfully, the true brilliance of it is in the way FutureTech is shown; it's far beyond anything I've encountered in a Sci-Fi story, though I'll fully admit I haven't read everything yet (not from lack of trying). This story is William Gibson-like in ingenuity and imagination, and is worthy of looking upon.
Chimerean's "Shattered Reality" - The most unique Self-Insert (in fact, it's a double Self-Insert with a duel-authored story!) I've ever encountered, even non-SI fans can appreciate this one. Intelligent, verbose, with wide sweeping references of RL memes and links, and a story where the SIs (both of them) aren't running around blasting shit like they're Special Forces, this story certainly starts in an unusual fashion in an unusual location, and blasts off in an unusual direction. Creative and unique, this story while have you boggled as it takes a leap into an unknown (and as far as I'm aware, still completely unique) direction.
Meytel's "The Spirit Of Redemption" - Quite possibly one of the longest stories in FanFiction (it sits at just shy of 3.5 million words), this 'started right after ME2' story is one of the fullest and most in-depth stories that holds broad arcs in plot and design, encompassing years of storytime, and a great deal of originality. Featuring unique enemies, ideas, characters, situations, scenarios, and getting a little bit of a grin at Meytel tried to outguess Mass Effect 3 before it came out (the Collectors were a predominate enemy in her version), this story sweeps most everything off the board. This story covers a great deal of future concepts, ideas, and fleses out a great deal on things like Batarian culture, cloning, hybridization, and boasts ideas that are rather jaw-dropping. Meytel spends chapters on ideas (and each chapter itself is generally 10k words) and really makes you feel like you are in the story's passage of time instead of jumping around from mission to mission. If you've got about a year or so to kill, certainly check this story out. 3.5 million words... that's a 4,000 page paperback novel.
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