Author has written 4 stories for A Nightmare on Elm Street, Final Fantasy VII, and Mass Effect.
I am Alan Tryth, Chronicler of the Elsewhere. I've devoted my life to recording the adventures and experiences of the Elsewhere Incorporate, recorded in the Elsewhere Universe books (under the norm name 'Michael James Wilbur', of course).
Upon learning that the Elsewhere Universe is just one among a countless number of other Universes, it was decided among the Dreamers that we would focus our efforts only on our own Universe. Every Universe has its own Dreamers, and we have our hands full enough dealing with the problems of one universe, let alone an endless number.
Despite that, however, the influence of the Elsewhere continues to spread. Tales of Dreamers such as One, Captain Morgan, Luck, and Melody slip through the boundaries separating the universes, and as the Chronicler of the Elsewhere, it is my duty to tell these stories as well, despite the fact that the very nature of these tales prohibits them being given an official Elsewhere Release.
A story is more than just a repository of pages, however; just because it can't be licensed doesn't make it any less real, or any less important. To that end, I shall use this profile to tell the stories that extend beyond the Elsewhere Universe. These stories will be known as the Crossroad Chronicles.
I-III - The first Entry (or rather, the first three entries) of the Crossroad Chronicles is the story of Finnegan Cresste, a repairman on a distant station in the Mass Effect Universe, set four-hundred years after the end of the Reaper War. (Entry I completed. Entry II and III in progress)
IV - The second Entry of the Crossroad Chronicles is the long-awaited history of one of the Elsewhere's most enigmatic friends, Mixe. (Collating background data for story formation)
V - The third Entry of the Crossroad Chronicles is the story of Armored Core pilot Jek Korins and his fight to protect the ruins of Earth from being annhilated by money and power-hungry corporations on the verge of making a catastrophic mistake. (Collating background and historical data for story formation)
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