Author has written 8 stories for Ranma, Sailor Moon, Doom, Bleach, Night Watch, Fallout, and Shantae.
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Progress status as of May 09, 2018: brutality continues after a too-long pause.
Entries are sorted by the time of last update. When I move something forward, I move its entry to the top. The chapter progress format is %Russian/%English.
Too Nice for Such Brutality: (is being written in English, then translated to Russian, in reverse of my usual practice) The Russian version is being published at Ficbook (see my profile there).
Ch.04 at 0/100
Dance, Dance, Rumble: Briefly paused as I got yet another plot bunny humping me.
Ch.11 at 01/0
Deliberately tiny chapters, planned length of ~70 K words.
Cheb's Game Engine: Nothing to see here yet, 200 to 300 man-hours away from an early alpha
The "final big rehaul before I can do the good stuff" is not moving forward at all. So far, made it work in Free Pascal 3.0.x, performed some tests on math performance -- and whoa, on Raspberry Pi 3 Carmack's fast rsqrt() sucked terribly when pited again honest 1/sqrt(). Is ARM that much of a beast or is x86 so hopelessly evolutionally stunted? Still, PC is 10x faster than RPi3)
I also decided to drop 64-bit support for now. There is something fishy with the compiler (not yet ready for 64 bits, it seems -- slowpokes of the world are appaled) so I'll limit myself to Win32/i686/SSE2 and ARMv7(RPi3), both 32-bit. The first one would run anywhere (including Linux, thanks to Wine) the second one is for bragging rights.
Crafting an unconventional portable computer out of desktop parts.
Stalled, gathering dust. Sigh.
Undisclosed 18-plus Original Fiction:
Frozen at 23 K words / 3 chapters. English only.
Will revive at better times.
Annulled Destiny II: Wild Wasteland:
Temporarily on hold until I finish DDR.
Ch. 6 at 03% / 0
Further world building: at 32%. Doing research. Making Fallout world deep. And meaningful.
Overall plot: at 35%
Final chapter at 5% / 0
Your Destiny Is Annulled v1.5:
AU sidestory 1 at 0%
This story's main selling point is unpredictability, with as little asspulls as possible. It's a Thriller/Adventure. Mind you, this is not a lemon and was never intended to be. I gave it the M rating because it sometimes skims the edge of safe territory, but mostly for occasional violence. As my inspiration came from various sources including DB & DBZ, this fic could get quite dark at times. Well, the life in general has its share of shadow -- you don't think that would faze Ranma, don't you?
Your Destiny Is Annulled: Deleted, see the newer version.
Sailor Ranma: DEAD.
Ch. 1 completed, withheld
This had to be my take on Fire's brilliant Sailor Ranko, my own version that was aimed to be fanon-free, based purely on the mangas, for both the Ranma and Sailor Moon continuities. Not just just randomly making things Darker and Edgier, no. I just used the SM manga setting, which is quite dark by itself (or should I say everything we are fed today is hopelessly watered down so the SM manga just looks dark in comparison?) The Sailor Moon most of you know wasn't created by Takeuchi Naoko, it's a heavily modified AU crafted by at least five different anime directors the most prominent of which is Kunihiku Ikuhara. The original SM fights nigh-Lovecraftian monsters and rivals DragonBall Z in its powerlevels. The Crystal stopped just befor things could get darker in the source material.
An Unsuitable Person: DEAD. I'm sorry. Bleach was great, but I grew disappointed with it and tired of it.
Russian translation for Mark MacKinnon's "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever": stalled after releasing the completed Ch.6.
Sailor Ranko: Dive into the Unknown: Removed due to a massive rewrite going out of control. Partly smelted and reworked into pieces of "Your Destiny is Annulled", mostly chapter 21 onward. Including some unfinished parts of it that were never released.
The Fatal Dream: On hold since 2008. I do want to continue it. If I only had enough strength.
Russian translation for "Just Add Water" by Rebecca Ann Heineman: Dead since 2007,