Author has written 7 stories for Trigun, Final Fantasy VII, and Sherlock.
I think an explanation is in order as to why I've suddenly stopped writing anymore FFVII fics for the past year or so. I'd blame writer's block, but if I'm being absolutely truthful, I have to admit it's because I'm currently, hopelessly, hooked on another fandom-- the Batman/Superman fandom, to be exact. It's a fandom that I never imagined myself to be interested in, EVER; mainly because I've never been a great fan of American comics before, and the thought of two ruggedly handsome, heavily-built and muscular protagonists being romantically involved with each other is somewhat a lot less palatable than that of two androgynous-looking bishounen (which you can find in practically every anime/manga nowadays) doing the same. But all it took for me to change my mind is, once again, fantastically written fanfiction (I recommend that you start with Harmless One's 'Ten Things that Go Boom' and move onto any Mithen's fics that are hosted on livejournal. You won't be disappointed).
Anyway, I've decided to take down my Snaphots side-story 'Missing' because I think that leaving behind stories that I probably won't ever finish just creates too much clutter. Should I gather enough motivation and momentum to finish the fic one day in the distant future, I would repost it.
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I guess it has become pretty obvious by now that I have wandered away from the Trigun fandom and into that of Final Fantasy VII. The main reason for that is Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Very cool animated movie, though I never did finish playing the game. As a result, half the time I spent watching the movie was on working out who's who and why they're trying to kill each other. The movie piqued my interest in this fandom, but it had actually been the wonderful FFVII fanfics written by numerous talented authors who got me hooked.
One particular FFVII fic which I especially would like to recommend is 'A Long Hard Road' by TwigCollins. The author's profile page is as follows: http://www.fanfiction.net/u/17436/
I can't describe this fic adequately enough to do it justice, so I shall not even attempt to. You'll have to read it for yourself. And if you're anything like me, the thoughts you get after reading it would be: 'Dang, why hasn't this story been published as a book?' and 'This author deserves to receive royalties for this work.'
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The Trigun AU fics with the 'M' rating had been shifted to the C2 archive now that this website had made some changes.
This profile page will now serve as an extension of my 'Trigun Alternate Universes' C2 archive. I will be listing any Trigun AU fics I've come across in other websites down below.
Also, if anyone has suggestions of Trigun AU fics they've read that could be included in the archive, do email me and let me know. I know the list I have now is quite small, because I'm still new to the Trigun fanfiction community and it would take me some time to pick out all the good AU fics out there.
Take note that my idea of what constitutes an AU fic might be quite different from what some people might think. Hence the odd variety of fics you see in the archive.
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