Author has written 3 stories for Xiaolin Showdown, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and Card Captor Sakura.
:UPDATE March 7 2014:
It's been a while. I actually have more than one account but I only could access this one, I was too lazy to do the other one but this one is the 'newer' account anyway. If it wasn't obvious I have lost interest in a lot of my stories, lol, which I am really sorry for but unfortunately that is how my passion runs. I may or may not update, you never know, but as of right now the percentage of NOT continuing the stories on this account are pretty much 98%. I really dislike leaving things unfinished but if one loses interest or passion for what they once loved to do, it's not worth pursuing if it's not joyful as it once was. I will keep my stories up just in case there is that one or two people who still happen to come across or enjoy my fanfics, but ultimately I think this place will stay quiet. I appreciate all the support and kind words people have given over the years and I wish you all well and good luck in life.
Pen name: Is SaikoCho my real name? Of course not, but Saiko will do just fine :3
That's about as general as I will get. I really like reading, anime/manga, cartoons and obviously, I like to write. Type. You know. I'm a bit of a night owl so I tend to do my work late at night to early morning, if I don't have anything to do the next day. I love to sleep but I really don't get enough of that which explains why some parts of my story don't make sense or are just plain lame. I love green tea ice cream or tea in general. I bet no one can guess where I live though :x For now that's all I can think of... oh wait, one last thing...
Review my stories/story or send me an e-mail! If you really like my story, it would be nice if you would take the time to tell me, it really helps motivate me :) And I love getting e-mails, so if you want to talk to me about something that you don't want to say in a review, I'm all ears (er... eyes) I love making new friends :3
Project: Missing Pieces
Summary:The Xiaolin dragons seem to overlook Jack Spicer as a threat and think of him more of a joke as there are greater forces of evil to be concerned about. Jack Spicer is not one to give up and continues with his plans for world domination, with or without Wuya or any Shen Gong Wu. As everything seems to settle down, the Xiaolin warriors begin to feel a little homesick and decide that a quick visit back to their homes wouldn't hurt, but it seems Kimiko's going to have her share of problems as Keiko is thrown into the mix and their time of peace turns to chaos. Can a Xiaolin warrior really have a 'normal' friend? (From prologue)
Prologue: Kimiko loses physical and sentimental ties to her best friend and takes it out on her comrades. Jack decides to do a little shopping with a five-finger discount. Introduction to Keiko.
Chapter 1 (Thief in the Night): Keiko is sent on an errand late at night. Jack makes a visit to Tokyo, Japan. A new Shen Gong Wu is introduced just before another one goes active. Keiko meets the evil boy genius, informally, as another guest arrives on the scene.
Chapter 2 (Cat Got Your Tongue): Hannibal makes an offer to Wuya. Katnappé joins the fun as Keiko finds herself way in over her head. Something goes wrong with the Shen Gong Wu just before the Xiaolin dragons arrive. The fight at the Tohomiko skyscraper goes too far as Jack is pushed out the window!
Chapter 3 (The Morning After): The conclusion to the fight between the two thieves and the innocent bystander? Hannibal tries his offer on Chase Young. Kimiko and the others rest at her home for the time being only to find her troubles just starting. Keiko wakes up in the hospital to an unexpected visitor.
Chapter 4 (One Step Forward, Two Steps Back): Occuring in chapters two and three, a sort of interlude to explain what happened during the night after the Xiaolin warriors split up and before they ended up at the Tohomiko residence.
Chapter 5 (Caught In The Act: Revelations): Kimiko learns about the break-in and actually views the tape that incident, or at least part of it. She sends the others away without an explanation, telling them she will follow them later. Meanwhile, Keiko is still entertaining her un-welcomed visitor, Jack Spicer.
Chapter 6 (Lie To Me Part I: Hospital Break): It's in the title! Kimiko still can't believe that Keiko is the culprit and refuses to let them arrest her innocent friend. At least, Kimiko is pretty sure that she's innocent. Keiko follows Jack's instructions (sort of) in order to break out of the hospital. Katnappé shows how determined she can be after a blow to her dignity during her earlier botched attempt.
Chapter 7 (Lie To Me Part II): Keiko finds out she's a wanted criminal. Kimiko finds out where Keiko is being hospitalized, but she doesn't realized she's being followed.
Chapter 8 (Leaving On A Jet Plane): Keiko is persuaded to leave Tokyo for the time being and Kimiko is still searching for her. A new Shen Gong Wu reveals itself, cutting Kimiko's search short as she and her comrades meet with an unexpected (and unwelcomed) visit in a bamboo forest. Jack finds out Keiko isn't as useful as he had once believed.
Chapter 9 (The Truth Hurts): A short battle ensues over the new Shen Gong Wu, the Gaia Bou, between the Xiaolin warriors and... Wuya! Jack reveals to Keiko exactly who or what Kimiko is and puts more strain on their already shaky friendship as they witness the battle first hand, sort of. Then Wuya is kind enough to grace Jack and Keiko with her presence.
:Edit: August 1, 2006
Chapter 10 (Homeward Bound): In good spirits, Jack and Keiko pick themselves up and go on their merry way. Wuya and Hannibal have a little conversation and Wuya begins to question her own abilities (It has been 1500 years). Master Fung is troubled by the news and the warriors finally get a full period of rest. Jack's parents are having a party that seemed to slip Jack's mind, but being a evil criminal boy genius, it's hard to be up-to-date in his social life, or there lack of. And another vistor for Jack and Keiko.
Chapter 11 (Party Crashers): Kimiko has a dream, but is it a nightmare or a premonition? The boys well rested awaken and leave Kimiko to retrieve the new Shen Gong Wu in a snowy country. Keiko finds an friend in the person she would have least expected and she figures out just what she needs in order to clear her name. Of course Kimiko won't be too happy when she finds out she was left behind...
Chapter 12 ((Winter) Wonderland): Jack regains consciousness and tracks down Katnappé. Keiko makes an attempt to call for help, but ends up with the last person she ever wanted to hear from. Kimiko goes after the other Xiaolin warriors. Katnappé and Keiko make a deal and it seems to build up to a clash up in the snowy mountains!
Chapter 13 (?): Clash of the powers. Keiko and Kimiko finally come face to face... ?!
Chapter 14 (?): ...
In case anyone is confused, Keiko is not my original creation. She's a cannon character on Xiaolin Showdown, but only by name. Everything but her first name isn't cannon. Her last name is not really Nagatsuka, but it is whenever I'm using her in my stories! Her past, her physical characteristics, personality, blah, blah, blah, that's all my doing. Just so that we have that clear.
Later I'll probably put up some profile on Keiko once we get far enough into the story that I don't ruin anything, but the basics are that Keiko is Kimiko's best friend in Japan. Nothing more, nothing less. They talk via e-mail, cell phone, or any other electronic communication device. Maybe even snail mail? However Keiko is never shown in the series (and I hope she never is or else that kind of ruins my story :x Well, maybe it would be interesting to see her appear, but that's highly doubtful I half-hope?) except when Kimiko is on her cell phone and mentions her name.
Series: Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Summary: Imaginary friends have always had a more obscure existence. For Mac, they have become nothing out of the ordinary as he not only associates with them on a daily basis for more than a few years, he was also a creator of the one and only Blooregard Q. Kazoo. It's understandable that the concept of imaginary friends aren't foreign to him. A healthy, intelligent and inquisitive ten year old (now going on eleven) that he is, it wouldn't take long to realize there's something amiss, especially with Frances "Frankie" Foster, caretaker of the entire home for imaginary friends.
Where was Frankie's imaginary friend?
A simple question in itself, Mac realized that despite Frankie's willingness to take on the job to care for hundreds of imaginary friends, none of them seemed to be of Frankie's creation. Perhaps they were adopted? Frankie continues to give him the same answer, but Mac believes there may be something more to it. With the appearance of a new character, Foster's is thrown off balance while Mac and the others reveal the darker side to the possiblities of imagination.
Prologue (The Errand): With the patience that can only be gained by taking care of hundreds of imaginary friends for many years, Frankie answers Mac's question for the umpteenth time. And for the umpteenth time Mac finds the answer unsatisfactory. Other than that, nothing remarkable seems to occur, save for the teenager that appears as his temporary savior during a trip to the local grocery store.
Chapter 1 (The Teenager): Mac finds himself wondering about yesterday's incident and Frankie lends a somewhat friendly ear. With a few words of advice, Mac leaves to witness the challenge between Bloo and... Wilt?! Things seem to go downhill for Frankie as she is forced to do Duchess' bidding, get lunch and... catch a thief?
Too busy to actually post anything. Check back in a week or so :)
October 4, 2007
Is dying right now :( But I finally updated Missing Pieces homigosh. I bet everyone thought I gave up! Actually, I bet everyone gave up on that story... :( I wonder if anyone is still reading it? I hope so :x I swear, I will finish that story. I want to finish it :)