Author has written 32 stories for Halo, Metroid, Aliens/Predator, Mass Effect, Flash, RWBY, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Young Justice, Storm Hawks, Star Wars, Spider-Man, Avengers, Bionicle, Batman, Child's Play, Half-Life, Walking Dead, Arrow, Until Dawn, Legend of Korra, Steven Universe, and Overwatch.
News: I now have a Patr[e]on account, which this profile won't let me link to... just go to the site in question and search for hunter 139. Also, I have an account on Archive of our Own and Space under the same name, so you can find my works there as well.
IMPORTANT NEWS: I am taking a potentially permanent hiatus from fanfiction to focus solely on my original works in a series titled Beyond Reality. You can find it on , just search for the name Jeffrey Konkin.
Ok, a little info about myself:
Name: Why would I tell you?
Age: See above
Species: Human, I think
I have ADHD, and as you can see below, I have a tendency to ramble on and repeat myself, and I'll try to minimize that in my stories.
My favorite movie series: Star Wars, including the prequels (I understand why people dislike them, but I still think they're over hated... I'm going to get a lot of hate mail for saying that, aren't I?) and the original expanded universe, though the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming in a close second.
Favorite TV show: Young Justice, which is also home to my favorite pairing (which is odd for me, because I'm not often prone to shipping characters at all): Spitfire; Artemis and Kid Flash. Needless to say, I was furious when Kid Flash was killed (spoilers, btw), and I had already thought of several ways to bring him back 2 hours after I saw that episode. Having said that, there are a lot of stories here that did the job better than mine.
Favorite fictional character: It's a tough call but I'd have to say it's a three way tie between Darth Maul from Star Wars (I quite enjoyed the fact that the Clone Wars brought him back), Makuta Teridax from Bionicle and the Gravemind from Halo.
Favorite pairings: This is rare for me, since I usually go with canon pairings and I rarely care much about the romantic lives of these characters. However, there are some exceptions.
Wally West and Artemis Crock (aka Spitfire) from Young Justice (as mentioned above)
Barry Allen and Patty Spivot from the Flash tv series (they were just adorable together)
Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy from the Amazing Spider-Man movies (Until her death)
Daisy Johnson and Lincoln Campbell (aka StaticQuake) from Agents of SHIELD (
Jaune Arc and Pyrrha Nikos (aka Arkos) from RWBY (Rest In Peace)
Aerrow and Piper from the Storm Hawks (I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they were dating throughout the show's run)
Korra and Asami Sato (aka Korrasami) from Legend of Korra (what's not to love about those two?)
Peter Quill and Gamora from MCU Guardians of the Galaxy (they've grown on me)
Peter Parker and Michelle "MJ" Jones from the MCU Spider-Man films (tied with below as my favorite. If they break up/are broken up in the third MCU Spider-Man film, I'm gonna be pissed)
Barry Allen and Iris West-Allen also from the Flash tv series (Arguably my new favorite. What else can be said about a love that's spanned multiple universes, at least three timelines and outlasted death itself?)
Ted Mosby and Tracy McConnell from How I Met Your Mother (Fuck the TV ending, the alternate ending is the canon ending to me. And we still did not get enough time with those two together)
Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez from High School Musical (those two are just adorable together, helped by the chemistry their actors shared. Hopefully they didn't break up like their actors did)
Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable from the former (I mean, really? What else needs to be said? They've been inseparable for pretty much their entire lives)
Alex Chen and Steph Gingrich from Life is Strange: True Colors (Does anything else need to be said)
Why I came to this site:
I came across some rather good stories here while browsing through TV Tropes (good site, but really addicting) and found a lot of interesting and incredibly well-written fanfiction that drew my eye.
I have a lot of ideas in my mind for stories and I want to put them down for others to read. I especially enjoy crossovers in fiction and most of the stories I write will either be part of one massive crossover multiverse or will have the potential to be crossed over into this multiverse (Actually, the idea of the multiverse is my favorite philosophical concept, so expect to see that a lot). In fact this idea has been in my mind for years, Just to be clear though, I intend to have characters, factions, etc, cross over with other universes, with their technology, ideology and characterization fairly intact (though, they're all alternate universes technically speaking, of their originals), not to mention I do have my own original characters and factions (and I have self-inserts of myself more than once). Due to the ongoing nature of some of the franchises I intend to use, expect retcons, though I'll try to keep that to a minimum.
I also tend to research as much content as I can before writing, so I usually have a decent idea of what's canon and what isn't.
I'm just going to put a disclaimer out here now: I do not own Star Wars, Mass Effect, Metroid, Killzone, the Alien and Predator series, Bionicle, Halo, Red vs. Blue, Young Justice, Dead Space, Half-life, Portal or Titanfall. I'm not sure of I'll end up writing stories with all these franchises, but since they make up the core or core concepts of my Multiverse, I'll put the disclaimer in anyway.
My writing strengths
I have quite a few ideas on how to connect dozens of different fictional realities into one overarching one, and due to my tendency to research all of these franchises, I know exactly how they work and I have an idea on how they can fit together. I also prefer writing stories and perspectives that are, while not necessarily unimportant, more... inconsequential in the grand scheme of things.
My writing weaknesses
Even though I have good ideas (sorry if I sound a bit arrogant), I have trouble putting them all down into words, and so my stories tend to feel rushed or devoid of some details, and for that I apologize. I also have trouble writing realistic dialogue (or even dialogue in general), characterization, and the rule of "show, don't tell," which is part of the reason I tend to use the work of others as inspiration on solving these issues. Also due to my ADHD, I tend to jump from story to story quickly, meaning I rarely linger on any specific ideas, before moving on to something else. Because of all that; when I start a story, I actually don't know how I'm going to end it.
Things I like
Crossovers. If the above hasn't hammered it in enough, I absolutely love crossovers in many of their forms, though I do admit I have my own specific tastes when it comes to what franchise crosses over with what, and how said crossover is done. I especially love Halo/Mass Effect crossovers, and I enjoy seeing how the UNSC almost always trumps the Council and Reapers (technologically speaking), it's a guilty pleasure of mine. I also find enjoyment when superhero franchises cross into SciFi franchises like Mass Effect, Halo and Star Wars, especially when the superhero crosses over into their universe.
Things I dislike (aka Ranting time)
Having said that, there are quite a few things I'm seeing too much of from such stories. For starters, having one side gain more power or weakening another side for the sake of 'balance.' I get that you don't want the story to end too quickly because that just sucks up all the tension and drama, but if you're going to do something like that, then frankly that just defeats the whole purpose of the crossover; to see how one universe would match up with another.
Adding onto that, I'm not a huge fan of fusion fics, where such different stories are set within the same universe, because if both have their original backstories, then it can lead to some confusion. For instance, I mentioned how I'm a huge fan of Halo/Mass Effect crossovers, and I can usually put aside my suspension of disbelief for the sake of the story. However, there's always a nagging feeling in the back of my mind that makes the whole premise rather flimsy.
Specifically, how did the Reapers and Forerunners not notice each other? I would have to think that an advanced race such as the Forerunners would notice the systematic extinction of sentient life every fifty thousand years. And I would think the Reapers would have noticed the sudden extinction of all sentient life in the galaxy due to the Flood and the Halos. Now, I can accept that space is massive, and that they weren't infallable and could miss important details (hell, it's happened in the canon of both franchises), but since the Reapers spend the majority of their time in dark space, and the Forerunners built two Arks (which are at least ten times larger than planets) in dark space, I can't help but think that one of them should have noticed the other at that point.
As I said though, I can usually suspend my disbelief for those two franchises. For Star Wars/Mass Effect and/or Star Wars/Halo stories, I'm less forgiving if they take place in the same galaxy. Though frankly for all of them, it would be more reasonable for each franchise to take place in a different galaxy, or even a different reality entirely. That being said, I think the whole concept of Master Chief or Noble Six or whoever being transported to Star Wars or Mass Effect and going on a rampage is seriously overdone. I don't necessarily disagree that they would outclass almost everything in the new franchise, but it rarely changes the original story, when in reality, the changes should be rather different from the orginal path of the series.
As for what I dislike about superhero/scifi crossovers... where do I even begin? Let's start with my biggest issue with the majority of these types of crossovers on this site (or at least the ones that I've seen): specifically the fact that they usually take place on the superhero's world. Why is this an issue? Well, for starters, it really makes no sense when Master Chief or Commander Shepard or Starkiller or whoever, is the one to get transported back in time or to another reality where superheroes exist. Now, I know these characters are absolute badasses, but Marvel and DC characters tend to be on a completely different level. Even the weak ones like Batman are still more dangerous than these guys, and frankly, Commander Shepard would have little to offer for a collection of physical gods. Plus the circumstances that bring them to that world tend to be ridiculously contrived.
Frankly, I'm seeing few crossovers where superheroes end up in the scifi universe. It would be more interesting if more of this happened because A) superheroes regularly deal with interdimensional stuff, so it would make more sense if they were transported and B) they would be able to offer quite a bit to the new universe. Plus it would be really fun to read the reactions of people witnessing true superpowers for the first time.
My thoughts regarding the multiverse
People say that with an infinite multiverse, one life means nothing. My life means nothing. That’s certainly one way to view it, but I prefer to think of it another way: My life means everything. Everyone’s life means everything.
You exist in so many different forms in the multiverse, from an atom to God and everything in between. You have experienced everything. You will experience everything. Pain and agony, love and ecstasy, feelings and sights that you can’t possibly imagine.
Yes, not all of it will be good, and yes, you may not be the exact same person in every part of reality. The person that you are, specifically, will never get to experience even a fraction of what the multiverse has to offer.
But that doesn’t make your life worthless. It doesn’t make existence meaningless. All that means is that you will experience one piece of the multiverse to the fullest. And even if you never experience it yourself, you can take comfort knowing that every other version of you will go through their own unique life.
-OBITUARY FOR THE LATE MR. COMMON SENSE
Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why the early bird gets the worm; Life isn't always fair; and Maybe it was my fault.
Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge). His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6 year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.
Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children. It declined even further when schools were required to get Parental consent to administer Calpol, sun lotion or a band-aid to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.
Common Sense lost the will to live as the Ten Commandments became contraband; churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.
Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.
Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.
Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust; his wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; and his son, Reason.
He is survived by his 3 stepbrothers; I Know My Rights, Someone Else Is To Blame, and I'm A Victim. Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone. If you still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.
RIP We shall remember you.
If you agree with this statement, copy/paste this on your profile:
All authors are the gods of their own works, are they not?
We control the threads of fate and the rolls of dice.
We decide who will live and who will die.
We bind the innocent and malicious alike to our will, fully knowing the dark deeds to come, and for what? An entertaining tale? A moment of fame?
Truly storytellers are the greatest and most terrible of powers.
Most just don't know it.
Random Questions questioning the universe...
What if Oxygen was really poisonous and just killed us in 80-100 years?
What does water taste like?
If the person is waiting for food isn't the person the waiter?
Why is the pizza box square when the pizza is a circle but the pizza slice a triangle?
If a tomato is a fruit (which it is) isn't ketchup a smoothie?
Who put the alphabet in alphabetical order?
Why do noses run but feet smell?
If you drop soap on the floor, is the floor clean or is the soap dirty?
What color are mirrors?
Is the S or C silent in Scent?
What happens if I get scared half to death twice?
If two vegans are arguing is it called beef?
Why do your lips not touch when you say "Touch" but do when you say "Separate"?
Can a Crip donate Blood?
Can a Blood be Crippled?
Who knew what time it was when the first clock was made?
Isn't it weird we have a little voice in our heads? Like the one you used to read this.
How to really pronounce things...
Important life wisdom/My favorite quotes (some are paraphrased)
Reality is Overrated.
No idea who originally said that, but it's my personal motto.
Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then always be Batman.
Those are words to live by. So much so that I have it mounted on my wall (that's not a joke, I literally have it mounted on my wall).
Pilots will claim that landing an aircraft is the hardest part of their job. But that is simply not true. Landing a plane or a helicopter is so easy, anyone could do it. The difficulty depends on how many pieces you want it in.
Said by me
If everyone was always completely honest with each other, it would cause the collapse of human civilization.
Said by me
Sticks and stones may break my bones but first you've gotta throw them!
Said by the Nostalgia Critic.
A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.
Said by Agent K
It's a commonly held misconception that blind people can't drive... No, that's not true. Blind people can drive, just mostly into things.
Said by Jeremy Clarkson
[in response to the controversy around video games and real world violence]... and then the media starts asking the usual uninformed questions about whether there is any correlation between boyish pretend violence and the real world. Short answer; "No". Long answer; "No and go fuck yourselves, you ignorant, scaremongering cockbags."
Said by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw
You made a mistake, Karzahni. You see, I don't get nightmares, *Backhands Karzahni across the landscape* I give them.
Said by Makuta Teridax
Once, there was an ugly barnacle. He was so ugly that everyone died. The End.
Said by Patrick Star
When you spend every day fighting a war, you learn to demonize your enemy. To you, they're evil, they're subhuman. Because if they aren't, then what does that make you?
Said by Vanessa Kimball
[In response to being told he's gone mad with power] Of course I have! Have you ever gone mad without power? It's boring, no one listens to you.
Said by Russ Cargil
Offer one hand but arm the other. Wise, Shepard.
Said by Urdnot Grunt
Ladies and gentleman, tonight's entertainment is brought to you by random acts of violence!
Said by a CAT6 mercenary
There are two things that are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not so sure about the universe.
Said by (allegedly) Albert Einstein
I don't know what weapons will be used to fight in World War III, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.
Said by Albert Einstein
Evil isn't the real threat to the world. Stupid is just as destructive as Evil, maybe more so, and it's a hell of a lot more common. What we really need is a crusade against Stupid. That might actually make a difference.
Said by Jim Butcher, Vignette
[Upon being accused of cheating in a race] Yes, I did cheat. And if that had been a real dogfight, and I had been an enemy pilot, you would be too dead to complain. If you want to be better than me, you're going to have to learn to cheat better than me.
Said by Wedge Antilles
Do you know what is left when the light dies, Matoro? Darkness, only darkness. And I thrive in the dark.
Said by (Alternate Universe) Makuta Teridax
Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
Said by Terry Pratchett
To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism. To steal ideas from many is research.
Said by Unknown (I found the quote on the profile of Shadow Amongst Shadows, but I don't know if s/he said it or not)
Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die.
Said by Captain America
What belongs to you, but others use it more than you do?
Said by Edward Nygma and Amanda Waller
I've fallen a long way from the light and can never find my way back. But the darkness is not so complete that I can't recognize a monster when I see one.
Said by Brutaka
The world may end today. But until that happens, we are going to act as if it intends to keep turning.
Said by Nick Fury
You can't. Lock up. The Darkness!
Said by Zoom
Anyone who fights us is either stupid or on Saren's payroll. Killing the latter is business. Killing the former is a favor to the universe.
Said by Urdnot Wrex
Along comes Jesus with this wonderful, moralistic philosophy, about why we should be tolerant and understanding of our fellow human beings, and then we spend the next two thousand years killing one another, because we can't quite agree on how he said it.
Interview with Monty Python team
When Life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade. Make life take the lemons back. Get mad! I don't want your damn lemons! What the hell am I supposed to do with these?! Demand to see Life's manager! Make Life rue the day he thought to give Cave Johnson lemons! Do you know who I am? I'm the man who's going to burn your house down! With the lemons! I'll get my engineers to create a combustible lemon that BURNS YOUR HOUSE DOWN!
Said by Cave Johnson
Madness is like gravity. It just needs a little push.
Said by the Joker
[After being told the Circle of Confusion looks more like a triangle] Ok, fine. Triangle of Confusion. Rhombus of Terror. Parabola of Mystery! WHO CARES! JUST GET THE GODDAMN SHOW ON THE ROAD!
Said by Leonard L. Church/Alpha
It is an undeniable, and may I say, a fundamental quality of mankind that when faced with extinction, every alternative is preferable.
Said by Dr. Leonard Church
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.
Said by Benjamin Franklin
I believe there is intelligent life out there. After all, it has to be somewhere, right?
Said by Unknown
Don't make a girl a promise, if you know you can't keep it.
Said by Cortana
[After being told that he killed Cisco in an alternate timeline] Cisco, I'm so sorry.
Said by Cisco Ramon and Eobard Thawne
Her hero. How noble. Oh wait, you didn't stop JFK from being assassinated, or made sure Hitler stayed in art school, you saved your mommy. You missed her. And in a supreme act of selfishness, shattered history like a rank amateur. Turned the world into a living hell moments away from destruction, and I'm the villain?
Said by Eobard Thawne (Flashpoint Paradox)
I'll need some guys... Not these guys, cause, well, they're kinda dead.
Said by the Joker
I gave Caboose the rifle for about five seconds. What a busy day at the hospital that turned out to be!
Said by Emily Grey
You haven't truly lived until you've seen the world through the eyes of madness.
Said by Vezon
Good gets forgotten, evil never does.
Said by Hakann
As the friend said to the inventor of the feces-powered helicopter; This shit won't fly!
Said by Ben "Yahtzee" Crowshaw
[Talking about how satisfying it is to fight the SA-X in Metroid Fusion] It's like taking out the bogeyman from your nightmares with a sledgehammer to his face!
Said by Juan "Johnny" Ortiz
Oh, hey Omega. Welcome to my lightish-red head.
Said by Franklin Delano Donut and Omega/O'Malley
I've got a boner for murder!
Said by Sarge
We all have voices speaking in our heads. How else would we think?
Said by me
There are a thousand ways I could kill you right now. And 941 of them hurt.
Said by Makuta Teridax
There once was a gal named Oracle
Said by the Joker
Always the same, and now all this. No more stones. No more spears. No more slings. No more swords. No more weapons. No more systems! No MORE! No more superpowers. So much faith in their tools and their machines. YOU CAN FIRE YOUR ARROWS FROM THE TOWER OF BABEL, BUT YOU CAN NEVER STRIKE GOD!
Said by Apocalypse
[When asked if something he's planning is actually possible.] I never ask that question until after I've done it.
Said by Han Solo
We're not gods, we're men, who for whatever reason have been given extraordinary abilities.
Said by Jay Garrick
You kill one person, you go to prison, you kill 20 people, you get institutionalized, you kill 100,000 people, and you're granted political asylum.
Said by Unknown.
There are so many stories where some brave hero decides to give their life to save the day, and because of their sacrifice, the good guys win, the survivors all cheer, and everybody lives happily ever after. But the hero... never gets to see that ending. They'll never know if their sacrifice actually made a difference. They'll never know if the day was really saved. In the end, they just have to have faith.
Said by Epsilon-Church
Light can do a lot of things. It can illuminate. It can welcome. It can warm. As it turns out, it can also create laser beams that slice through protosteel.
Said by Takanuva
If violence doesn't solve your problem, you're not using enough of it.
I'm not sure who said that
I don't use the sins of others to justify my own.
Said by Quentin Lance
The best policy is shoot first, shoot later, and ask questions in hell.
Said by me, paraphrased from Chris Stuckman
You pick a house and we take care of the occupants *Screams of terror are heard* Darkseid Real Estate: Where good people die for good houses.
Said by Justice League Abridged
[After being told he's insane] I prefer the term 'creative.' Though in the end, I suppose there's not much of a difference between the two.
Said by Karzahni
So now you're just going to come up with some wacky scheme involving high explosives, giant spinning blades of doom, the odd violation of the laws of physics (fuck laws), several tons of express delivery packages (hell yeah), speaking of which, how the hell do you get all this crap anyway? I can't get a roll of toilet paper from HQ, and you get everything but the kitchen sink!
Said by Triple M and Willy
[Upon witnessing Wonder Woman's bracelets deflecting a bolt of lightning] ... There are so many reasons why that shouldn't have worked.
Said by the Flash
I guess I want it to be good because that's how the story is supposed to end.
Said by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw
We sit our blue opponent down at the table of peace, and work together towards a better world. A world that's made better, because we poison his food at that table, and stab him in the eye with a fork. Then we take all his stuff.
Said by Sarge
[After discussing eating living beings, animal or plant] I'm just pointing out our inability to cut ourselves off from causing pain. Being alive has a price.
Said by Bardan Jusik
If a tree explodes in a forest and no one was there to see it, was it still totally awesome?
Said by Sir Bill
They say money can't buy happiness, but what does poverty get you?
Paraphrased by me, original source is unknown.
“Critics who treat 'adult' as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”
Said by C.S. Lewis
You don't stop doing things you like just cuz' you think you're too old.
Said by Ichabod the Optimistic Canine
Make a Plan. Execute the Plan. Expect the Plan to go off the rails. Throw away the Plan.
Said by Leonard Snart
Stand in the ashes of a trillion souls and ask the ghosts if honor matters.
Said by Javik
I just got bored. Everybody out. [Torches store]
Said by Rick Sanchez
Prawn weapons seem to come in four types: Potentially lethal, lethal, unnecessarily lethal and Jesus Christ what did they fight that requires that much firepower?!
Said by me, paraphrased from District 9's TvTropes page
Of course it's all happening in your head, Harry. But why on earth should that mean it's not real?
Said by Albus Dumbledore
Maybe knowing the future will change the present, which will change the future.
Said by Barry Allen and Cisco Ramone, discussing the metaphysics of time travel
Look around you. I am the ground you walk on. I am the air you breath. No longer do I need to fight you to rule a universe. I AM the universe.
Said by Makuta Teridax
Let's check for a pulse. *shoots corpse several times* No pulse.
Said by Raleigh Becket
Why do a lot of complaints seem to be: 'why weren't the bad guys hyperprecognitive and why didn't they do everything perfectly and win?'
Paraphrased by me from someone on TvTropes.
[After getting a call from his past self, who scheduled a hostage exchange with his daughter (It makes sense in context)] I am gonna kick my ass!
Said by Damien Darhk
Folks, the more lopsidedly you have to stack the deck so that your side can win, the more that only underlines which side should win.
Said by cliffc999 discussing an issue in Vs Debates
[Discussing his online dating profile] I just said that I enjoy destroying the world to remake it in my image! Oh! I like trying new restaurants. *Points out profile age is 199 years old* Yeah, it wouldn't go any higher. Could you fix that?
Said by Damien Darhk
None of you seem to understand. I'm not locked in here with you. You're locked in here with me!
Said by Rorschach
Kind of like the idea of disrupting a tornado with a nuclear weapon; it might actually work, but...
Avernus discussing the merits of stopping natural disasters with man made disasters
They say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.
Said by Winnie the Pooh
"And there's inevitably some stupid, evil business/military guy who wants to harness the Aliens, and the more times this happens the more evil and stupid they get.
Said by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw in regards to Weyland-Yutani
He's from space, he came here to steal a necklace from a wizard.
Said by Tony Stark
[Upon being told he's mad] Thank goodness for that, because if I wasn't, this would probably never work.
Said by Captain Jack Sparrow
It's Cave Johnson. He doesn't really need a point, just the idea is enough. He may very well have strapped a toaster to those homeless peoples' backs, told them to run through a room made of sawblades, and called whatever came out the other end "science".
Said on Portal Headscratchers page on Tv Tropes
"Knowing the truth which is that nothing matters, can save you in those moments. Once you get through the terrifying threshold of accepting that, then every place is the center of the universe, and every moment is the most important moment, and everything is the meaning of life."
Said by Dan Harmon
"Your stories are everything to me."
Said by Uatu the Watcher
Important notice: As I said above, most of the work I've created will take place in the same crossover multiverse. Here's the current list of stories that do not take place in that same shared universe/multiverse ((?) means that I'm undecided if it'll remain separate from the multiverse):
Hope in a Flash
Steven Meets His Mother
Mass Effect: Bionicle Revolution
Comfort in the Night
Love in the Night
Chronicler 177 (2)
Michael Weyer (109)
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