Author has written 8 stories for Mass Effect, and Minecraft.
Hello, this is KingN7's profile! Yay you found me, I feel so loved I guess. Anyway, I'm a big fan of science fiction, like Star Wars, Mass Effect, Fallout, etc. I'm also a fan of fanfiction (wow surprising I know) and have decided to give back to this wonderful community after reading so many stories.
If age is important then I'll say I'm a 20 year old going to college for CS. I hope that makes me credible... I guess.
I haven't updated my stories in ages... I know, I'm a terrible person how dare I. Well, I've been going through a couple things, but rest assured, I haven't forgotten Tali or my stories. I hope to soon return and finish writing what I need to finish, and maybe even write more. We'll see, as I've been playing a lot of video games recently and such, but I need to finish my stories, I can't leave them to die until they are finished.
So far I have only written stories for Mass Effect/Crossover between Mass Effect & Minecraft.
Well, let's give you a little insight into my stories and why I wrote them shall we?
Just Follow Your Heart (my little baby :D): My first fan fiction, a re-imagined version of ME3's ending, while trying to keep the rest of the story's lore intact (from the start of ME1 to the Beam run is nice, perfectly canon. After that is what I shall re-imagine to 'fix' it the way I originally envisioned it should have been, to create my own canon that actually follows canon from before). My main goal of this story is to fix the problems of ME3's ending and have it at least make sense story wise, in effect give it 'Narrative Coherence'! Now that that's been done, I'll have to think about what future is held for the galaxy and the Normandy. COMPLETE (Though will be rewritten at some point)
The Secret Storm (my little baby part 2! :D): What happens after the events of JFYH? This is the story of Shepard, Tali, and the rest of the galaxy after the defeat of the Leviathans on Despoina. It's still in the works, but I hope you enjoy it when I'm finished. :)
Winds of Rannoch: A small one-shot I wrote while writing Just Follow Your Heart. I decided to expand on the scene on Rannoch, and finally get Shepard to say the three words he's always needed to say! Why'd I write this? It's simple really: It's heartwarming, and full of fluffy romance between Shepard and Tali... Which I like a lot and need to see basically any time I can! XD COMPLETE
Perfect: This little one-shot was made for a competition... And it makes me quite sad. It is my way of saying SCREW YOU SYNTHESIS and giving a scenario where the Indoctrination Theory rings true... And terrible things happen afterwards. Read it if you want to, but be warned it could be considered 'depressing'. One of the very few fics with Marauder Shields present; I'm quite proud of that. COMPLETE
With Great Excitement: DancyElcor236's Letter: Another little competition one-shot. My way of trying to be humorous I guess. I've always enjoyed Elcor, so why not try to write one? I think it worked out, in the end, especially since I wrote it so quickly! :D COMPLETE
The Point of No Return: This was written for a LiveJournal prompt. Apparently I like stabbing myself in the heart. :P Anyway, hopefully this is enjoyable in that horribly tragic way. But this scene, to me, is so much better than the alternative... COMPLETE
The Mine Effect: Everyone loves Steve right? Well, if the Normandy crashed into a random blocky planet called Minecraftia, you know the first person who should greet them is Steve! :D I wrote this for a competition and hope it's (eventually) heartwarming enough for the season! :) (Please note I will return to this story soon, and I'm sorry to anyone who is still following it for not updating. I just took a break and now Secret Storm has all my attention, but I will be continuing this soon! :D)
So there's my little self-analysis of what was/is going on in my head for each of my stories. If everything goes great this list will continue to grow, and if not people may be able to pinpoint what I did wrong I guess?
Oh, you're still here? Well...