Author has written 203 stories for Teen Titans, Kim Possible, Danny Phantom, Justice League, Charmed, Ranma, X-overs, Cartoon X-overs, Yu-Gi-Oh GX, 6teen, W.I.T.C.H., Code Lyoko, Totally Spies, Super Sentai, Legend of Zelda, Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z, Legion of Super Heroes, Sailor Moon, Martin Mystery, Kamen Rider, School Days, Shuffle!, Ben 10, Disgaea, DearS, Ai Yori Aoshi, Evangelion, Naruto, Green Lantern, Love Hina, Lucky Star, Higurashi/Umineko series, Red vs. Blue, Puella Magi Madoka Magica/魔法少女まどか★マギカ, Fate/stay night, Doctor Who, Angel Beats!/エンジェルビーツ, Anime X-overs, Ultraman, Seto no Hanayome, Rosario + Vampire, Steel Angel Kurumi/鋼鉄天使くるみ, Sekirei, Generator Rex, Familiar of Zero, and Ikki Tousen/一騎当千.
KAMEN RIDER CHROME.
New Message on 7th October 2013: Landed a job last month. Been doing OK for the moment. Anyway, just here to inform you that updates will come, just not very soon. I have new priorities now. However, that doesn't mean I won't still be writing. However, my career takes priority.
Anyway, speaking of writing, I know sometimes I tend to make series that have many, many chapters. I finished Kamen Rider X Green Lantern. However, it seems that due to length people would leave it since it drags on. Anyway, here's a thought. You know how Dragonball Z Kai eliminated the fillers from Dragonball Z. A similar thought occured to me. Maybe do a rewrite of my super long fics but make them shorter by eliminating all the fillers. Whaddya think?
28/10/2013: So, guys, I was wondering if I should separate the chapters of KRGL and Legacy of Cain and then upload them as separate arcs?
As for stories that have gone into indefinite Haitus. I will go back to them. It's just taking me awhile to get my mojo back, you know?
Well, that's all I wanted to say. Stay tuned, keep reading, and send me PM's.
Rosario to Kiva:
With a tribute:
Love Hina/Double Trouble:
Medals of Ikki Tousen:
Showa and Vampire: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/ShowaAndVampire
ZKD Vol I: Zodiac Titans (My first fic)
ZKD Vol II: Shadow of the Past (Sequel to the above fic. Lots of crossovers.)
ZKD Vol III: Lost Paradise (the final story of the trilogy)
Now with a Tropes Page:
Alive Again is a prequel.
There are also sidestories and oneshots linked to these fics.
Plus, I have a blog with exclusive stories there. Here's the link to the blog:
Ranma: Chronicles of Caucasus.
Hyper Dimension Wars.
Masked Rider Fang the First: The Demon Prince
Masked Rider Fang the Second: Yokai Academy
AGITO: Warriors of Creation
Advent Knights of Legend (I use a different version of my OC's. Now complete all 40 episodes)
Advent Knights: Trials of the Joker (on Haitus)
Ben 10 to Vampire (on Haitus)
KAMEN RIDER SHOWA Tribute:
KRS Tropes Page:
Kamen Rider X Green Lantern Tropes Page:
KAMEN RIDER DAYS SERIES:
School Days of the ChronoLiner Riders
Kamen Rider Days I: Ifrit VS Garoh
Kamen Rider Days II: Summer Break
Kamen Rider Days III: Cross Crisis
Kamen Rider Days IV: Eternal Darkness
And this one has a Tropes Page I just started:
If u read my fics, how about putting on these songs during the fight scenes?
The series opening song:
This is the Ace Forms theme song:
The theme song when Draco gets Jack Form and onwards:
Advent Knights: Trials of the Joker (the sequel to the above fic)
The series opening song:
When Draco gets his King Form and onwards:
The profiles of my characters used to be in this space but they were deleted because they could become spoilers and I don't wanna spoil anything. Sorry. If you want to know about my OC's, read the fics, okay?
My Deviantart Page link:
And a wiki I'm working on:
Also, enjoy the fics written by these writers:
Shadow Element 13
Reaper Lord of Death
Mask Rider Roy
They are in my Favorite Author's List.
I am also available as a beta/editor/muse for any fics that has Kamen Rider and/or Kamen Rider influences. It's a thing I like to do.
Some rules I found on someone's profile. Don't remember who, but they make sense
Fanfiction Failure Metarules for Writers
Things to look out for as an author to help you win more than fail at fanfiction.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #1-- Readers will absolute love a completed work but will invariably pick apart and inadvertently attempt to destroy it if given a hand in its creation. Be especially wary of open forums and chat channels in this regard as they usually have opinionated folks who haven't ever written anything or anything in nearly forever. Either have a healthy self image or screen your pre-readers carefully to avoid this failure.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #2-- The phrase "...that's just another excuse to (plot device)." indicates you are dealing with a person of below average insight as to how fiction is written. These people should not be allowed to influence your work in any way because everything is a means to an end and is therefore "an excuse" to achieve that end. For example; "...(plot device) is just another excuse to lock Ranma as a girl." This is an empty statement attempting to hide behind factual expertise; a bludgeon used by particular readers that don't get their way or don't approve of your plot. It contains no value beyond personal opinion and should therefor be treated as such.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #3-- There is no impossible in fanfiction. Every once in a while you'll run into that anal retentive plot nazi that will say it simply can't be done like that. It doesn't matter what 'that' is because 'it' simply can't be done and they are, of course, the foremost authority on such matters. Normally this advisement is made by people that don't know they're closet creativity thieves; people who don't realize that their favorite series usually has either plot holes you can drive a death star through or that same series has Lucky God martial Artists, Flying airships, and springs of drowned Asura-zebra-octopi-phoenix-yeti-bulls. Sadly, their disagreements usual come down to little more than opinion of what is in reality- say it with me -magical bullshit. As such, these people should be given as little creative share in your work as possible. All that said, there is a difference between the broken ideology of "can't be done" and the more realistic "shouldn't be done". Consult the Rules of Fanfiction Failure for a head start on those.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #4-- "It's been done before!" is never an excuse not to do it again. Some of the best works you will ever read in fanfiction "have been done before" and it's still amazing how these will be the first words out of reader's mouths when running an idea past them- even though they absolutely HAVE to know somewhere in the back of their mind that this is an empty statement, because half the fics they enjoy "have been done before". Don't take this one personally. It's reflex. Smile, nod and continue writing anyway with Rule of Fanfiction Failure #8 somewhere in the back of your mind.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #5-- Fanon is not a sin. That's right folks, its time to drop the rosaries and stop going to those cleansing ceremonies because contrary to what you have been led to believe, fanon is not the end of the world. What is the end of the world is not knowing the difference between fanon and canon. Even if you don't know, your readers will and there's a good chance that your fic will deserve the smack-down heaped upon you even as your pitiful cries of "no flames" go unnoticed in the fic summary. Fanon often personalizes a fic and can- and I stress can -make it better than the original source material, but like Fan Fic Failure #13, knowing what you're doing to canon before you rape it at the alter will make or break a fic.
Fanfiction Failure Metarule #6 -- Do what they tell you not to or shouldn't. Who are 'they'? They are the know-it-alls of fanfiction; even other authors. This particular rule is a close cousin to metarule #3 and has served me well over the years. They tell you not to put specific dates in your fic? Do it. They tell you that writing about X will only cause problems. Go for it. Not only will you set your work apart from theirs as unique, your readers will appreciate you tackling subject matter others are afraid to touch. Trusted prereader advice should always take precedence over this rule, but always keep it in the back of your mind. Asking yourself 'why' somebody advises against certain material is half the battle whether you take their advise or not.
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