Author has written 15 stories for Mario, Super Smash Brothers, Harry Potter, Fullmetal Alchemist, Resident Evil, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, Fringe, Legend of Zelda, Walking Dead, and Angel.
I am me. That pretty much describes me. Hi.
I have no fear of flames, so by all means do it, I'll probably interpret it as you liking me, because even though you hate my story you are willing to write about it. I appreciate constructive criticism. Anyways review, and tell me what you think about it! I will change things if you make good points! I'm not going to stop writing if you don't review, however it IS a fact I will take longer to make the next chapter if you don't.
Dagger of Foreboding is proceeding nicely, I really enjoy the depth of character I'm able to achieve and I think my take on Harry's difficult lifestyle is profound to the extreme. I sincerely hope everyone enjoys reading my story at least twice as much as I enjoyed writing it, so that you read it twice. If you read it once, but only enjoyed it half as much as I did, I would be forced to write the chapter again in order to make our levels of enjoyment fair and equitable.
OMIGOD I CAN'T BELIEVE I DID THIS. Five years since I finished Clash of the Smashers, and thought I would never return. I always felt bad about that, because I did leave the story so open-ended, but writing that story was hard and I couldn't imagine forcing myself through it again. Then, in the last month or so I was feeling unmotivated for my normal writing and opened up Clash of the Smashers and read it (on my fancy Kindle.)
I had made the mistake of reading the first half a few months before that, and my awkward writing and forced story killed what little motivation I had. The second half however, rekindled (hah, pun, because of what I was reading it on) my love of writing. While Clash was dumb and awkward at times, it was also earnest and fun and occasionally gloriously, stupidly epic. And I wanted to do that again. So here it is, Clash of the Smashers 2.
This was originally planned out, at least partially while I was writing the original, but I grew so burned out by the end I didn't think I'd do it. It's going to go through some changes, I'm a different person than I was five years ago, I like different things, and have different perspectives. But I still like exciting stories of chaos and adventure, so expect that, although unlike the original, this won't essentially be a boss rush turned into a story, no matter how well Shadow of the Colossus pulled that off, I don't have the same skills or desire to write 50 chapters of essentially constant fighting. So expect a more in-depth and complex story, and a way huger crossover. We are going well beyond Nintendo and Smash Bros here, and I honestly don't know when I plan on stopping.