Stormdragonrider
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Joined 01-06-14, id: 5438550, Profile Updated: 09-11-15
Author has written 3 stories for How to Train Your Dragon.

Hello, this is Stormdragonrider

Favorite color: Orange

Favorite food: On the fence. I'm a teenage boy, so I pretty much like food when there is lots of it.

Hobbies: I like to write, play cello, and fencing (which is sword fighting. It has nothing to to with actual fences...)

Favorite pet: I like cats, but if it were up to me, I would get a dragon (my parents won't let me)

Most used phrase: THIS... IS... PASTA!!!( Yell at opportune, or inopportune, moments)

And of course, favorite movie is: HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 (only slightly more than I like the first)

Fantasy is...

the combination of a writer's brilliance and a child's imagination

the place where you can show the world your magic

the place where anything can happen, and no idea is too crazy

the place where rules are what make them

the love of the inexplicable, and the joy you find in the impossible

the ability to dream

the ability to see without seeing, and show that vision to the word

the courage to try something never done before

the dedication and will to keep going, hoping for a happy ending

my love, my joy, and my passion

So come fly with me... into a fantasy.

Tips for writing fanfiction.

Here are a few tips I found are useful when I write fanfictions. I have learned these mostly from my experience (which isn't a lot) and so hopefully someone will find this helpful.

1. Write something you know that you would want to read.

2. Make a plan for the story, but leave it open to tweaks.

3. Use good grammar, spelling, and punctuation. It makes a difference (Though I make plenty of mistakes in this department :))

4. Make the story your own. If you find yourself copying lines word-for-word what characters are saying in the book or movie, then it's just a retelling, rather than something you made up on your own.

5. Use music to inspire you. I find it very much helps me get into the mindset of the scene if I can get an appropriate song playing in the background while I write.

6. Be prepared for reviews, both good and bad. Take them into account, don't let them discourage you, and be open to constructive criticism.

7. Most importantly, have fun! When you are having fun with your story, you write better, longer, and people will like the stuff you write more.

Stories:

Valka's apprentice

Riders of the Archipelago

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Riders of the Archipelago reviews
You've all heard of the Riders of Berk, but do you know the Riders of the Archipelago, the new generation of riders? Six Riders in training. Six Dragons. One Academy, and a whole world of new adventures. A sequel to Valka's Apprentice.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 10 - Words: 43,741 - Reviews: 63 - Favs: 18 - Follows: 26 - Updated: 4/17 - Published: 9/10/2015
Loyalty reviews
"That's what loyalty is, Throk. Doing what is best for those that... that you love. Even if they don't approve. Because sometimes they will fail, and they will need someone to do what they cannot. And sometimes you will fail, and if your leader truly deserves their loyalty, they will help you. True loyalty goes both ways." Takes place during Race to the Edge season 4
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,319 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 2 - Published: 2/26 - Astrid
Valka's Apprentice reviews
AU. Valka wasn't the only one to be carried off by a dragon. Cloudjumper brings in a young child one day, a child Valka decides to raise as her own. But years later, both of their pasts catch up to them. PS: OC ADMISSIONS FOR NEXT STORY ARE NOW CLOSED.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Adventure - Chapters: 43 - Words: 103,040 - Reviews: 244 - Favs: 175 - Follows: 182 - Updated: 9/7/2015 - Published: 1/17/2015 - [Astrid, Hiccup] Valka - Complete