Author has written 5 stories for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Mass Effect, and Half-Life.
Edit: 6/29/2020, I now have a discord channel; the link is Pv2bv88 just remove the spaces because FF hates links to other sites.
Looking for talented Artist: At the moment I am poor, and regrettably I cannot afford to hire someone to do this; so if you do this you're looking at no profit beyond me promoting you're work and putting you on the map. I am looking for someone willing to do a comic adaption of certain sections of my Fan Fics. Not whole chapters or the whole fic, just certain sections that I feel would be better visualized; although I do have a certain art style in mind. Look up Operation Black Mesa Concept art, and you'll get an idea of what I'm looking for; and my main focus if Half Life: Entanglement so that works out perfect.
This is something I doubt will ever be fulfilled; but nothing ventured, nothing gained, so I figured it doesn't hurt to ask.
Writing Challenge: Anyone with some experience on is welcome to try this challenge, provided you inform me and consult me with it. This will be a Mass Effect Alternate Humanity First Contact Story; and this will be the backstory.
As I write this, I had one of the strangest Hearts of Iron 4 single player campaigns in my life.
I was playing Great Britain, I went down the "Form the Imperial Federation" part of the focus tree; and since I rushed it at the start, I was able to complete the focus and form the Federation by 1938. For those that never played the game, it means that all of the British colonies become a part of Britain itself; and in-universe it means all the colonies and peoples of the empire now get seats in parliament and equal rights. I guess I either had historical AI turned off and didn't realize it; or me completing that focus broke the AI, because after that everything went to hell.
See, the US had gone down the Democratic-Fascist part of their Focus Tree; and annexed Cuba, Panama, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Then it took the Pacific Corridor (the bit of land that cuts Alaska off from the Continental US), which I gave up because I was no position to stop them and I was admittedly fascinated to see how it went. Then it puppeted Mexico and all of the Latin American countries in between the annexed state of Panama and Mexico.
And then it capped it off by annexing the Philippians.
At that point, I had funded a democratic uprising; and the civil war triggered between the Authoritarian Loyalists (Communists, Fascists, and other such groups) and the Constitutionalists (Democratic-Republican faction), which the Constitutionalists won. And to top it off, they kept all the land they had gained from the Authoritarians and all the puppets as well.
Now then... the rest of the world.
The Soviet AI did the Great Purge too late, and ended up with Nikolai Yezhov and the NKVD overthrowing Stalin and killing him; before bringing Trotskey back. Then it was a series of musical chairs with the Soviets constantly getting Civil Wars between Stalin Loyalists, Democratic rebels, and Monarchists.
The Polish ended up doing the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and annexed all the Baltic states.
Germany did the Anschluss (annexing Austria); and then ended up rushing the Sudetenland Focus. Normally this wouldn't be a problem, as the AI normally folds immediately if its after 1938 (and I had gone spectator and set the Imperial Federation on AI, as I wanted to see how this played out); the only problem, is that since I had formed the Federation, the British AI had no reason to fear the Germans.
Adding to this, the French had gone Communist; and so funded Republican Spain during the Spanish Civil War. With the Italians actually losing to the Ethiopians, Mussolini got overthrown and was replaced with a new communist government so the Italians supported the Republicans; and the German AI threw in a few volunteer divisions, which immediately ate dirt, got encircled and died.
So the Communists won the Spanish Civil War, which was followed by purges of all the Catholics and their military leadership.
Well the German AI got denied the Sudetenland needless to say; and couldn't push the Czechs, and then a democratic uprising happened, which is an event that auto-triggers if the Sudetenland is denied; as in real life, the Abwer and much of the military were prepared to overthrow Hitler if the Allies backed the Czechs like they said they would. The Democratic uprising won, and Hitler was kicked out.
In Asia... well it actually went about the same as it did in real life; except the Panay Incident led to the US declaring war, and then immediately naval invading Japan. Needless to say, the Japanese lost and were quickly puppeted; while the Nationalist Chinese got Manchuria, and Korea was released as a free nation.
And Finally South America... well the Brazilians got an event where the Pope and the Vatican fled Rome because the Communists were preparing to purge them; and as such, they stayed Authoritarian-Non Aligned. But, it allowed Brazil to puppet the rest of South America.
Hoooof... yeah, if your brain is hurting you're not alone.
But this is the challenge, write a Mass Effect Alternate First Contact Fic; with this as humanities backstory. The main challenge of course, will be that this has to be mostly from the Aliens perspective; and you need to cover the repercussions of these changes, as I see each of the global Hegemon's not uniting but competing once we reach the stars.
You have the Authoritarian-Devout Catholic Brazil and its South American Sphere of influence.
You have the Democratic-Republic United States with North and Latin America and parts of the Pacific.
The Parliamentary Republic-Constitutional Monarchy that is the Imperial Federation, with India, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, and large Swaths of Africa under its control.
The Authoritarian-Democracy that is Nationalist China, and most of Asia.
And Finally, the Communist French allied with the Soviets (still going through severe internal strife), the Italians, and the Spanish; with the rest of Africa and most of the Mediterranean under their control.
If you're interested in this challenge; just PM, and we'll work something out.
I suppose y'all would like to know a little bit more about me? Maybe not but don't ruin my brainstorm.
I will keep my real name to myself, as I value my privacy a little bit too much. I will remain vague about my age, but I will say I'm out of high school, but still in collage. Brown hair kept in a military style cut; Currently I have a Henry Cavill styled mustache and stubble. I'm a short guy, only 5'7", and a lean build.
In contrast to my rather detailed writing style, I am a very quiet guy in real life. This is probably why I consider character interaction to be my main weakness, I don't talk much; I let other people do the talking for me. I've actually been known to go to a party and I was there the entire time and no one noticed me. They only found out I was there when the party was over and everyone shook hands with the host as they were leaving.
I suppose my favorite genre's are Sci-fic, and spy thrillers.
Tom Clancy is, and will always be my favorite author; he's the one I try to base my writing style off of. If you enjoy my stories, read his books. The Hunt for Red October is my favorite, so give that a read.
My favorite tv show is... huh... I like Supernatural, but only the first 5 seasons; so much so that I consider everything past season 5 to just be Dean dreaming about the possible adventures Sam and him will never have cause Sam's stuck in the cage with Lucifer and Michael.
I suppose I like the history show Dogfights since it talks about air combat throughout the ages. Most current TV shows I watch either don't interest me, or are filled with political charged bullshit messaging. I don't care what side you support or who you voted for, keep your politics out of my entertainment. I watch stuff to escape that crap, not have more of it shoved into my brain.
Favorite films... Skyfall, Steven Spielberg's Lincoln (which A House Divided Amongst Itself is very heavily influenced by.) And Peter Jacksons They Shall Not Grow Old.
What else... My favorite games right now are Rainbow Six Siege, Hearts of Iron 4, and War Thunder. I think my favorites of all time are the Half Life games, Portal 2, and Empire Earth along with its expansion The Art of Conquest.
I like Percy Jackson and the Olympians; Hero's of Olympus is kind of eh for me. I don't hate it, but its not as good as the original series. I liked the Kane Chronicles, but the crossover with Percy Jackson was kind of a disappointment to me. (If I had been Riorden I would've flipped the introductions. Have Carter meet Annabeth, and Sadie meet Percy first.) Percy's line about Sadie being essentially how everyone envisions Percy and Annabeth's daughter being did make me crack up, I must admit. But beyond that it didn't live up to the hype for me.
Oh yeah! almost forgot, I am building a airplane. Not like a model, but an actual functioning WW1 Fokker d.VII.
Out of all the aliens in all of the sci-fiction game I've played, I like the Quarians the most. They are essentially space gypsies/Jews, and they remind me a lot of dark sci-fic stories where mankind is stuck in a bad situation for survival; but despite all the universe throws at them, they survive.
I'm Roman Catholic, not devout, but I do go to Church every weekend and make sure I go to all the Holy Days of Obligation.
hm... I suppose all I have left to say is to go check out these authors.
-TashaMoon; Nice woman, VERY talented writer; if you like Percy Jackson, go check out her Into the Darkness series.
-Tech108; another very talented author; his story The Betrayed One, Is by far the best Alternate Percy Jackson Parent Fic I have read.
-Slipspace Anomaly; His Halo 5 AU novelization is everything I wanted Halo 5 to be, halo fans go read it.
-GrimGravy; his Rainbow Six Siege side stories add a lot of life to the normally bland story to Siege; go give his stories a read.
-Coeur Al'Aran; it is practically mandatory for RWBY fans to read his AU's. Relic of the Future is the best by far though.
You have any questions about my stories or me, either leave a review or shoot me a PM; I'll try my best to answer it. (I keep my phone muted, old habit from my ROTC days. Ugh, the amount of PT we had to do because some idiot forgot to shut their phone off...)
A teenage girl about 17 named Diane had gone to visit some friends one evening and time passed quickly as each shared their various experiences of the past year. She ended up staying longer than planned, and had to walk home alone. She wasn't afraid because it was a small town and she lived only a few blocks away.
As she walked along under the tall elm trees, Diane asked God to keep her safe from harm and danger. When she reached the alley, which was a short cut to her house, she decided to take it. However, halfway down the alley she noticed a man standing at the end as though he were waiting for her. She became uneasy and began to pray, asking for God's protection. Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness and security wrapped round her, she felt as though someone was walking with her. When she reached the end of the alley, she walked right past the man and arrived home safely.
The following day, she read in the newspaper that a young girl had been raped in the same alley just twenty minutes after she had been there. Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and the fact that it could have been her, she began to weep. Thanking the Lord for her safety and to help this young woman, she decided to go to the police station. She felt she could recognize the man, so she told them her story. The police asked her if she would be willing to look at a lineup to see if she could identify him. She agreed and immediately pointed out the man she had seen in the alley the night before. When the man was told he had been identified, he immediately broke down and confessed. The officer thanked Diane for her bravery and asked if there was anything they could do for her. She asked if they would ask the man one question. Diane was curious as to why he had not attacked her. When the policeman asked him, he answered, "Because she wasn't alone. She had two tall men walking on either side of her." Amazingly, whether you believe or not, you're never alone. Did you know that 98 of teenagers will not stand up for God, and 93 of the people that read this won't repost it?
Repost this if you truly believe in God.