Author has written 18 stories for Transformers/Beast Wars, David Eddings, Saint Seiya, Prince of Tennis, Haikyu/ハイキュー, and One Piece.
RANDOM PERSONALITY CRAP
Yo, Delta here. If you want to, you can call me Raiden or Beldarius, too - or any variation of the three. I use these nicks all over the Internet~ (If you see Death Goddess Raiden anywhere, it's most likely me.)
Before anyone asks, I'm a woman - I just have a tendency to choose ambiguous usernames... go figure. My real name is Elisa (not giving you my last name, I'm not that stupid), I was born on March 19th 1988 and I live in Finland (and no, we do not have polar bears, penguins or wolves on the streets and we do NOT live in igloos. ...That's Greenland.).
Anyway, I've been writing stories since I was around 12 years old. My first fandoms were Digimon and David Eddings, but in 2003 I got into Transformers. Then around 2006 my interest in Transformers waned, and I found my favorite anime - Saint Seiya. I have dozens of fandoms right now, but I don't have fics about all of them yet.
Just a word of warning. The first fics on my account are absolute shite. If you read those and decided I was a terrible writer, it's because I wrote those when I was a teenager and stuck in "Mary-Sue" -land. My fics only start getting good from "Misunderstandings" onwards (so, all in all, my Transformers and David Eddings fics are bad; "A Glimpse of Gold" is half-assed; and everything else gets a green light).
Anime: Japanese Transformers sequels, Ronin Warriors (aka Yoroiden Samurai Troopers), Digimon (only Frontier, Savers, Xros Wars and X-Evolution), Chrono Crusade, Tales of Symphonia, Tales of Eternia, Tales of the Abyss, Blade of the Immortal, Axis Power Hetalia, Valkyria Chronicles, Sakura Taisen, Uta no Prince-sama, Starry Sky, Katekyo Hitman Reborn, Fruits Basket, Saiyuki, Ginga Nagareboshi Gin, Ginga Densetsu Weed (despite DEEN's terrible animation), Prince of Tennis, Yowamushi Pedal, Trinity Blood, Violinist of Hameln: the Movie, Alice in the Country of Hearts (will likely move into top-10 once I actually WATCH it).
Manga: Zodiac P.I., The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross, Doors of Chaos, Prince of Tennis, Initial D, Saint Seiya (all series), Pet Shop of Horrors, Fushigi Yuugi, Saiyuki, Bus Gamer, Kuroshitsuji, Katekyo Hitman Reborn, Sakura Taisen.
Manhwa and pseudomanga: Demon Diary, Ragnarok (my favorite manhwa ever), Oblivion High (Finnish), Pantheon High (American), Return to Labyrinth (American), Aoi House (American).
Other interests: animals (mostly wolves), mythology, history, geography, astrology, astronomy, names and their meanings, cars and racing (drifting ftw).
MORE RANDOM CRAP
I have quite a few OCs in my Belgariad/Malloreon-based fics. I'm likely going to scrap a few since I was a teenager when I made most of them... the ones that are most likely to stay are Beldarius (i.e. Darius), Marina (Darius's dead wife) and their kids (Polmina, Poldina, Taran, Orion, Doroon and Arion); along with Darius and Garion's Mimbrate cousins Morgan, Mordred and Meriel; and the random new gods (...I completely forgot their names. I have to find them again. XD).
...I started writing an Elenium/Tamuli fic several years later. I'm probably never scrapping the OCs I have in that universe, least of all King Zethos since I love that guy. I also created gods for this universe; married couple Eran and Ciriel, an evil god called Alerion and a 'new' god called Gareth (he grows up among humans much like Eriond did in Bel/Mal). Btw, I reused Ciriel as a goddess in an original RP universe. Characters from that universe are some of my best to date~ Especially the villains. For example Gabriel was very fun but incredibly difficult to write. XD I mean, emotionless blank slate villains are tough, they're even harder to write than extremely psychotic characters! ...Another of my villains in that universe in fact was psychotic. Man, I miss his crazy.
Here are some fics I was writing before our old computer crashed and took them with it:
"Star Wars: Light and Dark" (I actually found an old paper with my OCs' names on it recently... I've been looking for it for twelve years!)
"Golden Sun: Uranus Sanctum"
"Digimon: The New DigiDestined"
I also have two original stories (not fan-fiction), but they've been stuck in "writer's block" for ten years.
"The Battle for Yreland" is based on high school kids who end up teleported to a parallel dimension of our world - this dimension, unlike the modern world, is magical and stuck in the Middle Ages (with some high tech mixed in, for example in the form of airships). The main character was originally Skye, but then the whole thing kinda switched around and Derek and Jonathan took over. Anyway, all the high school kids become sorcerers with one of six elements - Light, Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Void (each element has a skill unique to them; Light has telepathy, Water has healing, Void has immense but unstable magical power, etc.). The six elements in that world are very scarce as they've been at near constant war with Shadow Sorcerers, another faction that uses magic for their own gain. These Shadow Sorcerers are led by Donovan Moriarty - Donovan's grandfather started the entire faction decades earlier and took over the Kingdom of Dalriada and became its king. Donovan continued his legacy, sent his Sorcerers on a mission to massacre every royal family in the world, established Shadow Sorcerer governments in these countries and now rules practically the entire world.
"The Element Wars" is a story about the wars between the Elements. Dark vs. Light, Earth, Fire, Air, Water and Tree. I use traditional English, Celtic, Irish, Welsh and Scottish names for the characters, and all the names link to the element they possess. Every element also has a 'protector deity' whose powers the sorcerers can tap into - these deities are actual Celtic gods and goddesses: Eostre is the Goddess of Light, Bridget is the Goddess of Fire, Taranis is the God of Air, Amaethon is the God of Earth, Abellio is the God of Tree and Coventina is the Goddess of Water. The only one of these NOT real is Heolstor, the God of Darkness (heolstor is simply an Anglo-Saxon word meaning "darkness").
Hopefully you didn't get bored to death. If you dozed off, then I know I should never become a teacher (LOL).