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Author has written 16 stories for Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance/精霊使いの剣舞, RWBY, Ben 10, Young Justice, Kim Possible, Rising of the Shield Hero/盾の勇者の成り上がり, Total Drama series, Danny Phantom, Dragon Ball Z, My Little Pony, Fallout, Doom, Star Wars, Bleach, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Seven Deadly Sins/七つの大罪, Call of Duty, Star Wars, and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
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My Active Priority Stories:
050% Episode 23 Young Justice Watches Death Battle
040% Chapter 17 Ben 10: Justice Incarnate
005% Chapter 05 Danny Phantom: Ghostly Gamer
100% Chapter 11 Ben 10: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
010% Chapter 03 Phantom Son
010% Chapter 02 Star Wars: Slayer
050% Chapter 03 Star Wars: Legends Never Die
020% Chapter 05 Shield to Support
020% Chapter 02 Fallout: Modern Warfare
010% Chapter 02 Stairway to Heaven
Test Pilot Stories:
015% Chapter 1 Infamous X-Men
010% Chapter 1 A Champion's Return
050% Chapter 1 Fairies and a Phantom
010% Chapter 1 Crimson Slayer
010% Chapter 1 Captain America: Last Light
020% Chapter 1 Hell Hath No Fury
050% Chapter 1 Atomic Renaissance
020% Chapter 05 Shield to Support
000% Chapter 05 Shift of Focus
010% Chapter 03 Musically
010% Chapter 03 Remnant's Master of Shadows
005% Chapter 03 My Silver Beauty
005% Chapter 02 My Good Friend Buu
My Favorite Anime/Manga/Webtoons:
Shokugeki no Souma
To Love Ru
Okusama ga Seito Kaichou!
Mob Psycho 100
Naruto to an extent
Favorite TV Shows:
My Favorite Games:
Legend of Zelda
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Team Fortress 2
Dead By Daylight
My Pet Peeves:
1. Bad Ben 10 Crossovers:
I am sick and tired of the whole "I lost my family, so now I'm gonna kill myself" BS. It's been done to death. At least with Ben 10,000 Returns by Ashton Knight, Ben grows a pair and does something productive with his life. Ashton even offers a timeline and explanation since he or she made both series occur in the same universe. The only completed story that I can truly commend for the "I lost my family, so now I'm gonna kill myself" scenario is Ben 10: Unlimited by The Incredible Muffin. It was your story that made me love the idea of this particular crossover.
On a different note, there is so much plagiarism in the Ben 10 JL/YJ crossovers. Two stories had the same scenario with Wonder Girl, and one pretty much stole a kiss scene with Chesire from a DBZ/YJ crossover. For god sake people, if you are going to copy, at least cite the original work.
2. Black Holes:
For the record black holes do not lead to other worlds. Black holes are very large concentrations of matter with such a high gravity that light cannot escape it. It has an ever-increasing mass and can reach a near zero volume. What authors should be referring to as a tear in space and time is a wormhole.
3. Bad Female Characters:
I hate it when authors make the nearby girls instantly fawn over the protagonist where they practically wet their panties. I mean really. That just ruins the characters of the girls.
4. Grammar and format
If English isn't your first language you get a pass. For those who do have English as a first language, read over your work. I highly recommend Grammarly.
There are so many times where there should obviously be a comma to separate clauses.
Separate dialogue between different characters to help the reader know a change in speaker.
7. Crossover Characters Spill Their Life Story
People make the same mistake as many other crossovers. They have the protagonist, who just came to a new place tell his entire life story to the other characters. Why would they tell their life story in the first place? Who openly admits that they are from another universe/dimension. Secrets with slow reveal offer better drama and suspense to the reader.
8. RWBY Crossover Sins (Specifically Character from Verse A in Verse B/RWBY Verse)
Characters disappearing in a flash of light/teleported to Remnant with lack of believability
Using the Forever forest, but for the love of God, be original about it. I don't want to see any cliche bullsh*t about someone walking in on initiation and then joining Beacon.
Bringing them to Beacon.
Cliche romance tropes. (Romance becomes more important than the plot.)
The one thing that I hate about any crossover is when the main character bluntly reveals his backstory to others for no real reason. "I'm from another world/planet." I immediately leave the story if that happens.
9. Danny Phantom Sins
Overuse of the Ultimate Enemy in bad taste
Based on KTWizard
Thoughts on Crossovers:
I do prefer to write crossovers stories, mostly because I know they have the absolute most potential. I think this for two reasons.
1) There is no way anything you write in a crossover can possibly be construed as canon. People aren't going to say that "Master Chief never teamed up with Commander Shepard" because the whole point of a crossover is to combine two stories that are obviously their own tales but see how well the mend.
2) The opportunities are nigh endless. Yes, there are some stories that are just better than others, but you can combine almost anything with anything, kinda like shipping ponies!
I do have personal rules and pet peeves that I believe have to be followed for a good crossover story, however. While they are not set in stone, they aren't inscribed on sand either. They are guidelines that give you a lot of promise for your crossover, should you ever chose to write one. Or, just a general way to find the good ones, when you go searching. The rules are below.
1) The combination is fluid, not jagged
This may seem like a weird place to start, but just imagine if Louise from the "Familiar of Zero" summoned the Master Chief into Tristian. No matter the jokes you make, that wouldn't work. He's an already super-powered space faring marine that has guns, GUNS, and the skills to use them. At most, you'd get a few jokes about space travel and a bland story. A better combination that I've seen, Fate series aside, is with Assassin's Creed. The setting is very similar, bar the magic, but the differences are subtle enough that the characters still interact without focusing on every little difference. That's the key.
Any kind of crossover that you do has to be believable. This is easiest when you think of genres. Fantasy to Fantasy, Scifi to Scifi, those are clear. A bit of tweaking and you can get Star Wars and Mass Effect rolling. The same with Legend of Zelda and Lord of the Rings. The elements are all there, just a bit of combination questions and you'll be good!
2) Overpowered is Overdone
A very common trap writers fall into is having a single character come in and be overpowered in said universe. Sometimes this makes sense, other times it doesn't, but it never goes over well. You basically have a character in a universe with nothing to fear. I forget who said it, but the quote goes "Heaven is Boring, Hell is a Story." You need suspense to create a plot. Be it on the battlefield or speaking of politics, there has to be a sense that something could go wrong. Double the points if you write it as doing just that!
If characters are going to be overpowered, you have to justify them. Justify and THEN tone down. The solution? Either limit him or put him on the other side. You still have to be careful, as the sudden "they're evenly matched" doesn't make much sense if one character is described as being better than the other earlier.
3) Deviate, but don't Destroy
Quoting Zoom now, "Break the sound barrier and you get a sonic boom. Break the time barrier and you blow reality away." Basically, use the excuse of melded universes to change some things from canon. These changes keep readers from reading what can usually amount to fix fics, which only live for about a month after writing. Deviations are small changes, not extreme ones. Like, if you did a LoZ crossover, Link goes to the Zora domain first because it's close to him. Logical, different, and easy to follow. Destroying would be something along the lines of Zelda suddenly being evil and Ganondorf the good guy. That's a 'what if' fic by itself. Changing characters AND the story makes it hard to read a fanfiction. Don't do it.
My stories, as said, are focusing on Crossovers right now because I get the most enjoyment out of them. They can be bad, or can they, but that isn't to mean they shouldn't be attempted. I try and combine series that make sense or, at least, have enough similarities to make you believe they can be melded with a bit of metal and carbide smelting. Like LoZ to RWBY may seem extreme, until you describe that both are about kids trying to stop giant monsters from destroying the land they protect. That's not including the Faunus to Races of Hyrule, the Rupees and Dust, Health and Aura, Magic and... magic, and Sages and Maidens, the list goes on!
I like writing stories like this because they make sense. I won't write something like Bayonetta and Steven Universe because that's stupid. The two couldn't be more different and attempting to put them together is not only impossible but a mess. On the other hand, something like Bayonetta and Hellsing would make sense, as they are both dark, mature, monster/angel hunters with big guns, lots of tools, and a penchant to employ what they hunt.
But I hate Naruto crossovers to an extent. Over saturation and cliches leads to hatred.
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