Author has written 49 stories for Warriors, Lorien Legacies, Misc. Books, Kung Fu Panda, My Little Pony, Arrow, Gifted, Choices, and Misc. Tv Shows.
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I am Pinefur under A Sky Without Stars. (Moved to Black Nights)
I am Hickorystar under Black Nights.
I have not formally left the following forums, but they have since gone inactive.
I am Forestpaw of DuskClan. (Inactive)
I am Darkkit of The One And Only NarwhalClan. (Inactive)
I am Deerkit of The One and Only NarwhalClan Two Point 'O' (inactive)
I am Shadeflash/Oakclaw of ScorchClan. (inactive)
I am Timberfall of DandelionClan. (Inactive)
I am Hollowkit of LightClan/Birchkit of DarkClan. (Inactive)
I am Waterpaw of WritingClan. (Inactive)
I am known as Forest in Warriors: A New World. (Inactive)
I am known as Forest in A Game of Cat and Mouse. (Inactive)
I am a Snivy in Pokémon Island. (Inactive)
I was formerly Pantherpaw of FlightClan.
I was formerly Gingerpaw of Clan of the Sun.
I was formerly Breezepaw of CreamClan.
I was formerly Pinekit of DimClan.
I was formerly Pricklekit of ElementClan.
My Multi-Chapter Story Archive
In my time here, I have seen several stories featuring cats with powers who are rejected from the Clans for being different. So I thought, why not subvert this idea? Why not have a Clan of powered cats that look down on and exile the normal cats without powers?
However, despite the support for this story, I have chosen to discontinue it. I’ve grown dissatisfied with how I’ve executed it so far, and thus, am currently planning a rewrite, one with a storyline more concise and better thought out, along with other improvements. See “What Divides Us” below.
This story is my main focus at the moment. An AU of The Darkest Hour, this explores the idea of, “What if BloodClan won?” This is not a story of an alternate journey to the lake, but rather, where the Clans stay and try to drive BloodClan out of the forest, resulting in a war.
When I started this, i was not aware that this was a common story premise. However, I hope that I have come up with a new storyline for this idea that you’ll find satisfactory.
What it says. In addition to new ones, I may include rewritten versions of old one-shots. This collection will mostly consist of Warriors one-shots, but may also include one-shots from other fandoms.
The episode “Po the Croc” with a slight variation on it. Basically, the croc bandits are smarter. I particularly like that episode, so when i joined a contest (#KFPFRIEND16), this is the second of the two that I submitted.
This is definitely far from my best work, and I cringe when I look back at it. Still, I’ve never been a person to delete stories unless I genuinely don’t want people to read them. The choice is up to you.
My secondary side project. Essentially, a retelling of the first season from Andy’s point-of-view.
Forever and Ever Alone (Thanks a Lot, Buddy) - His name is Heronwing. He's loud. He's cocky. He's nosy. He's tactless. He's the cat others actively try to avoid. In short, he's the worst buddy (read: NOT best friend) that's ever existed in the history of the the Clans. And he's thing to get me a mate. If you'll excuse me, I think I'll go mourn the death of my chances at ever winning over a she-cat now. Post-TLH RiverClan AU - WARRIORS
What Divides Us - How many innocent lives have been lost at their paws in the past? How many dead because of their bias and scorn? There’s no way to count them all. No way to measure the blood spilled. But in the future? No matter what it takes, we will stop this. We may not have powers like them, but we will make them see. We, the strong, the survived, will make them understand just what divides us. Rewrite of Normal Cats Are Now Outcasts. - WARRIORS
Future: 2046 - My name is Connor Hawke. For fifteen long years, I have fought against Grant Wilson under the codename of Green Arrow. Now Deathstroke is defeated, and Oliver Queen is back, but the battle is far from over. In honor of my father, John Diggle, Sn., I promise: I will save this city. Follows up on Legends of Tomorrow's episode Star City 2046 - ARROW/LEGENDS OF TOMORROW/FLASH
Here are my personal favorites of my favorites. I understand that there's a lot, but I really think all of these worth reading, although which ones you'll want to read will vary depending on whether you're looking for humor, adventure (stories that I like purely for the storylines), the ugly sides of humanity, or things that can really get at the heart. (Sorry, my descriptions get vaguer later on. I'll get around to being more specific eventually, but there's only so much to say for some of them.)
This is one of the feelings one, for sure. I'm a big fan of Roy Harper (like, my favorite character) and, by extension, Colton Haynes. I just thought it was a really good exploration of what happens to Roy after he takes the fall for Oliver.
Right away, I want to make it clear that if you don't like stories that deal with sensitive topics, this is not the story for you, at all. It was a good read, but not a happy story. It deals with subjects like genocide and discrimination, and if you want a completely happy ending, don't read this. You won't get what you want. However, if you think you can handle it, then I encourage you to check it out.
As you can see from the description, this is about domestic violence. More specifically, how some people simply don't believe in it. This story explores further into that. I wouldn't call it a dark story, but it does deal with serious issues. It has no actual violence portrayed in the story, but there is plenty of discussion on violence that happens "off-screen."
A slavery story. This isn't as much as what it's like to BE a slave (although the first few chapters do center around it), but more about dealing with the aftermath and the scars, mental and physical, it leaves on you. If you're sensitive to things like this, as well as the character actually being a slave, this isn't for you.
We finally reach one that I favorited for the humor alone. If you read this, I guarantee you will enjoy it. The authors show each character so well, not ignoring some, not overly focusing on others (besides Sara and Leonard). Its amazing.
This is a good story about Spike growing up. Not only does it show the problems of outgrowing everything you have, but in later chapters, also explores the prejudice ponies and dragons have against each other. This is a mix of adventure and feeling.
This is another adventure-feeling mix. The uncommon point of view the author used might disorient you, but if you can adjust to that, it's really good. It really explores the main character's personality, although be warned that there is some more graphic scenes near the end.
Feeling, without a doubt. I was seriously impressed with this. The author was able to successfully describe three different reactions to death. That's not easy to do, I don't think.
Adventure. I just really liked the storyline, and the author is good at exploring the mental side of things too.
Adventure. Essentially, what I said above for Dust. This is a long read, so be prepared.
Adventure/humor, with some feelings mixed in. All the different characters each have distinct personalities, which I am incredibly impressed by. Nor are there just random background characters who don't even make an appearance. Most may not be overall too important to the storyline, but they're far from ignored.
I'll admit that it's been a long time since I read this, but I'm pretty sure it was another adventure/feelings mix. This is not a happy story, as you could probably guess from the summary, but I think it's one worth reading.
Adventure. I just thought it was a really intriguing switch-up from the canon version of events. This is currently a trilogy
Adventure/feelings. I think it's really well-written, but the ending is not all moonlight and mice. This also explores grief and moving on just a little.
Adventure. This takes a good look at the Dark Forest, and the bitterness they have toward StarClan. This is a darker story, with some not-so-pleasant scenes, but take a look if you're up for it.
Adventure. The storyline, the background, the characters, it's all very developed. This is a long read, and it's not exactly a joyful story, though it has uplifting moments.
Adventure, with some feelings. This is a seriously underappreciated story. This looks into more about coping with grief and how it affects relationships with others. I also just really like the writing and story. Please, check it out. I promise you won't be disappointed.
Feelings. I was seriously disappointed with how many loose ends Darkstalker left, and this helps fill in those gaps. Most of them are sad, though some are happy. It can help leave you with a better sense of closure after reading Darkstalker.
Adventure. It could also be loosely classified as a feelings story, though it's not so much as what is evoked in the readers as it is what the characters are going through. This is a darker story.
Adventure/feelings. Humor too, at some parts. This is actually a huge series. The first book deals the most with the aftermath of an abused foster child getting a better home, while the rest follow up more on the story. This also combines the comic and the movie backstories of the X-Men.
My Fandoms (italicized ones are my main fandoms or past main fandoms):
The Addams Family (Musical)
Arrow (TV show)
Born To Be Heroes/The Quantum Prophecy (Book)
Choices: Stories You Play - It Lives, Endless Summer, High School Story, Bloodbound (Game)
Companions Quartet (Book)
Five Kingdoms (Book)
Flash (TV show)
The Gifted (TV show)
Guardians of Ga'Hoole (Book)
Halo (Game / book)
Harry Potter (Book)
The Kane Chronicles (Book)
Kung Fu Panda (Movie / TV show)
Legends of Tomorrow (TV show)
Lorien Legacies (Book)
Magnus Chase and the Gods Of Asgard (Book)
Marvel Cinematic Universe (Movie)
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (TV show)
Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Book)
Pokémon (Game / TV show)
Ranger’s Apprentice (Book)
The Reckoners (Book)
Spirit Animals (Book)
Teen Titans (TV show)
Wings of Fire (Book)
X-Men: The Movie (Movie)
"I remember every story they wrote on my back. Bruises like words tattooed into my skin in blue and black ink. I remember every kitchen sink surgery where family had to stitch me back together. I remember every happily ever after that never came to pass. We didn't go to school in fairy tales. We went to school in all the gory details of a horror story while monsters made us victims of their comedy. We, the recipients of their punch lines, they hung insults around our necks like signs inviting anyone to join in. Their words were invisible ink that they tattooed upon our skin." — The Rhyme, by Scratch21
If you see someone being bullied, please, speak up. Get help. Do something. Don't just stand there. Make a difference for someone.
Repost this. Spread the word. Help do your part in ending bullying. Be cool, not cruel.
The boy you punched in the hall today? He committed suicide a few minutes ago.
That girl you called a slut in class today? She’s a virgin.
The boy you called lame? He has to work every night to support his family.
That girl you pushed down the other day? She’s already being abused at home.
That girl you called fat? She’s starving herself.
The old man you made fun of cause of the ugly scars? He fought for our country.
The boy you made fun of for crying? His mother is dying.
You think you know them. Guess what? You don’t...
Re-post this if you are against bullying.
This is a true story. All schools have a class clown, someone that gets on everyones nerves and that no one likes. There was one of these boys in this one school. Nobody liked him at all. He had no friends, the teachers hated him for his disruptiveness, and the students found him annoying beyond belief. He never seemed to care. One day, he had finally stepped on his teachers last nerve. What the teacher did was make everyone in the class stand up and tell the boy something they didn't like about him. As each of the thirty students stood up and said something about him they didn't like, he only sat and didn't seem to mind. All of the students did it. That day, when school was out, the boy went home, grabbed his dads gun, and shot himself in the head.
If you think that the teacher was to blame, and that what she did was morally wrong and completely shameful, copy and paste this into your profile. Then, if you would have been the one to stand up and say "I'm not going to do this" then add your username to the list.
You've reached the end of my profile.
What are you doing here?