Name: My username is Ememew, short for Emerald Mew.
Age (optional): 24.
Gender (optional): Female
Fiction background (optional): I’ve written original and fan fiction since I was a kid. They were probably about the quality you’d expect from a kid (the first I really remember is a rip-off of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit starring cute spider people . . . yeah, never finished that one).
The first Pokémon story I wrote (back when I didn’t know it was called “fan fiction”) was basically an idea for a Pokémon game I had. I made a full region (before I knew the regions were supposed to be based on real locations), a regional ‘Dex of about 195 original species, and the main antagonist turning out to be a cynical Legendary Pokémon who wanted to make humans and Pokémon equal by turning all the humans into Pokémon through the regional team’s genetic experiments. I tried to make my main character seem super smart by coming up with convoluted plans to beat the regional team’s main Jessie and James inspired duo when they were causing trouble in the town-of-the-day. The thing is that on some level, even I knew that these super “smart” plans were so over the top and unnecessary that I usually interrupted them with another character coming in and just beating up the bad guys first, leaving my main character as just a witness to the events. Oh, and did I mention she could inexplicably talk to Pokémon starting around chapter 7?
Thank goodness I didn’t know fan fiction could be posted on the Internet back then.
The first fanfic I wrote knowing it was called a fanfic was . . . a Twilight story.
Don’t look at me like that. It was for a Gender Theory class. My main goal in writing the story was “make Bella less annoying” and it turned into her discovering that she’s the descendent of vampire hunters and an uncomfortable moment when she and Edward realize that in a matter of seconds she has gone from being his natural prey to his natural predator. How this change in the power dynamic changes their future interactions is left to the readers’ imagination, but the implication is that it doesn’t end well (of course, nothing in that series began well, either). Then I had to review my own fiction – referring to the author in third person as though I was reading someone else’s work – and point out the high points and flaws in it while applying one of the “lenses” we’d studied in class to the story. That part was weirdly enjoyable.
The assignment also made me a bit more confident in my fiction writing and inspired me to write in fandoms I actually enjoyed. I also write some original stories, mostly written in graphic novel form, and a few flash fictions (For those who don’t know, a flash fiction is a fictional story written in 1000 words or less), though only the latter have ever graced the Internet.
Fandoms you write in: For the longest time, Pokémon was the only story/franchise that ever compelled me to write in another person’s universe. I’ve brainstormed ideas for other stories with my sister from different fandoms (like X-Men: Evolution, Avatar: the Last Airbender, and others), but in the end she’s the one who makes the final decisions on and writes those. I’ve really only felt compelled to write original fics or within the Pokémon fandom . . . until I started working on a Deathnote/Pokémon crossover.
Types Of Writing: I tend to focus more on fantasy/adventure settings and plots, as well as a bit of sci-fi. I have done a slice of life or two. I’d like to write mystery, but am not currently sure about my ability to write red herrings and the like well. My graphic novels are drawn in manga-style.
Strong Areas: My English teachers have often told me that my writing style and grammar are my strong suits. I also like to think I have a good imagination and that I am good at keeping the rules and limitations of the worlds I write in consistent.
Type Of Characters: I noticed that I often write about shy characters, so I have begun trying to work more confident characters into my work. When writing Pokémon, I tend to stick to the games as a base.
Completed Stories:Weak. In a one-shot set during Black and White while the player character is making her way to the League, Iris takes Bianca aside and tries to help her become stronger. Unfortunately, the two seem to be talking past one another. Can Iris convince Bianca that she can’t avoid her problems?
Mischief. A one-shot about the Ghosts of Lavender Tower after their home has been converted into Kanto's radio tower. What will they try to do to get their home back?
Current Stories: None posted at the moment.
Dark Aura. This is a sequel to Pokémon Coliseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness set in a different region that the rest of the Cipher organization is based in. Enter Kyle, a trainer who has been sent to Kayno in order to defeat Cipher once more, and Ever, a boy from Sandstone Town who has reasons of his own for wanting to fight Cipher. As the two travel together, Ever discovers that Kyle has a few tricks up his sleeves, and more than a few secrets . . .
[Currently untitled]. Remember the mention of a Deathnote/Pokémon crossover from earlier? Yeah, that’s in the works and might even be posted if I figure out how to make the first chapter not make me want to facepalm when I reread it a month later. That’s as much of a sneak peak as I have for now.
[I hate coming up with titles]. A story set in Sinnoh before the landmass was united into a single region. Before the days of Pokéballs and modern training journeys, people would prove themselves by befriending a wild Pokémon as their partner in a coming of age rite. Unfortunately the newest youngster to leave Snowpoint has not returned . . .
[Title?]. A alternate future in which Team Plasma won and now rules the Unova region. In order to be allowed to train Pokémon, [main character] hopes to be accepted into the ranks of Team Plasma – the only people deemed worthy of fighting alongside the creatures. But once she joins the Team, she begins to truly understand that what they are really interested in is not the betterment of Pokémons’ lives, but their own power.
[Seriously, I need titles?]. Inspired by the series Baccano! and its style of interconnecting stories about multiple “main” characters, normal and legendary Pokémon alike have their turns at taking center stage. Set (for the most part) in a world of Pokémon without humans in it, a seemingly ordinary occurrence and the reaction to it set off a series of events that may change the future of the Pokémon World and Shared World alike.
Writing Tips (Optional):Let the story sit for a while before deciding you’re done with it. Write it and wait a day or so before you go to edit it. Rereading with fresh eyes can help you catch errors you might overlook if you just skim over it again right away.
Don’t be afraid of completely rewriting something if it isn’t working. I know your first idea will feel like your best idea, but this is rarely true. Sometimes it takes multiple rewrites to get a story to work right. This can include dropping problematic points or tackling an issue in a different way.
If you’re bored enough, try reviewing your own work in the third person like I did for that school assignment I mentioned earlier. The tricky part is that you have to find good and bad points in your own work. It feels fairly weird to review your own work as an outsider, but it can help you catch flaws before you offer the story up to other readers. Again, this is something I only recommend doing if you’re bored enough, because it eats up more time than you might think.
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Fiction background: As to how I really began writing fanfics, All of it started from video games that I remember greatly. Legend of Legaia, Harvest Moon, Legend of Zelda, Madworld, Rogue Galaxy, and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon
Fandoms you write in: Just in the Pokemon base. but I did try one with Madworld
Types Of Writing: I'm more of a hurt and comfort and biography (writes stories from personal experiences) type of writer. But I love mingling with Identity Quests, Family, Romance and Friendship. But I'm ok using some dark themes like angst, death, and oppression. In general, I realm the best with PMD fics and Pokemon centered stories. I'm not a fan of human heroes in Pokemon Fanfics.
Strong Areas: I'm more of a mixed typed of writer. Sometimes third person limited but More for 1st person POV (tell that to Zelda and Pikachu)
Type Of Characters: I'm more interested with characters who had to face and overcome the standards of society and build one's character.
"My writer pal once burned my books. Only for her to love writing and reading like me." -Author Colas "I want to become the house of terror but it just gets too redundant. His writing passion gave me another view of the world." - Chandelure
A one-shot story about accepting differences and embracing them.
Genre: Family, Hurt and Comfort, Adventure, Mystery,
Summary: Welcome to Vitandes. A world populated by being called Tivanes. Beings that were believed to be the unexpected evolution form human beings who were unwanted and mistreated. Unlike the millions and trillions that lived on planet earth, these Tivanians never knew what a human was, nothing more than a rumor. Tivanians are beings that are free from the corrupted human beings of human life, society, and governance. It won't take long when a tivanian child bears a human soul was born. With a human father searching for his missing child, a philosophical destiny from Feli, and a looming gloom of corrupted greed, one family was called by Feli to heed them their destiny.
Spoiler:- Game Developer Project:
As for this story, this one story will also be my very first story that I will turn to a video game series of its own (I am a student in Animation and Video Game Development). This is inspired by real life experiences, Philippines, American, and Japanese cultures, and the following Video Games:
-Pokemon Main Series
-Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Series
-The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
-The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass, and Spirit Tracks
-Harvest Moon Back to Nature
-Legend of Legaia
-Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
-Assassins Creed Series
-Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon and Radiant Dawn
-Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Summary: A tale of one Family living on the mountains of Nomalia and ventures the world with their very unlikely child. A Jirachi. Behind the young family's peaceful scene lies a shadow seeking Jirachi's hidden enigma.
Author's note: This story is in general the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon of my original story series, Feli Chronicles. To be honest, every important character in Feli Chronicles reflects a certain Pokemon.
Summary: Jirachi normally would have forgotten about every pokemon and human that she befriended. but one particular human gave her a glimpse of what happened to those who loved her to the point of having her as their mate. Will she be able to recover from her hidden dilemma? One man may be able to help her. but will be be able to win her heart as his future mate?
Warning though. This Jirachi DRINKS blood.
Black Scizor (A Madworld, The Godfather, and Pokemon Crossover)
Genre: Crime, Mafia, lots of bloodshed, Family, Tragedy, Business
Writing Tips (Optional): Use your joys and sufferings in life to write your stories. I did just the same thing with my Feli Chronicles.Attachment 6676
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Latest introduced chapter:
Feli Chronicles Vitandes - Chapter 30: Veins of Flames Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Forgotten Life - Chapter 3: Hurricane of Foreshadowing
Spoiler:- See my other stories:
Age (optional): Too old for Pokémon, but who gives a damn.
Gender (optional): Female (I don't know why people keep thinking I'm a dude.)
Fiction background (optional): I began writing Pokémon fanfiction way back in the day when my mother told me to grow up and stop with the Pokémon crap. Not liking the fact that Ash was still ten, I needed him to grow up, so I started taking my beloved children's show characters and putting them in rather adult situations.
Fandoms you write in: Pokémon, and I've dabbled in Harry Potter, albeit unsuccessfully (I don't think people appreciated the fact that I wrote about Harry having PTSD.
Types Of Writing: I write very adult type stories dealing with the taboo. Since writing for the official Pokémon forums, I've had to tame my writing quite a bit, which is actually proving to be a challenge since I can't even say hell. But that's ok, cause it forces me to come up with stories that kids can read and enjoy.
Strong Areas: I like to think that I have an excellent way of making something grotesque sound beautiful.
Type Of Characters: I switch them up, I can write an angry hell bent on destroying the world Ash, or the lover of Gary Ash, who is calm and not quite girly, but just sort of laid back.
Completed Stories: I have completed stories on fanfiction.net under SpiralBreeze. My most popular was It Wasn't Supposed To Be This Way, which is an Ash Misty and Tracey story, where Misty is unbeknownst to Ash pregnant with his baby, and she is cheating on him (sometimes right under his nose with Tracey, who every one thinks is gay, because he's only ever had one girlfriend and a slew of non serious male "companions". My next most popular is The Researcher's Apprentice. And man does that story have a tale to tell. It began as a challenge on Pokémontcg.com, where I had to make it EXTRA squeaky clean to get by the mods. So, the mods never said ANYTHING about it. I even got away with Ash and Gary kissing. Then there is the R rated one on ff.net, where they can drink beer, and pet eachother, and curse. THEN, there is the all out smut on aff.net, because I just couldn't help myself.
Current Stories: Night in Strange House, it's the only story I'm working on now, even though I have people begging for a story called It Wasn't Supposed To Be This Way. It got banned from ff.net, and I haven't had a chance to edit it. Not only is it sexually explicit, but there is just so much going on betrayal, and cheating, and one person even yelled at me saying that I shouldn't have written about cheating because cheating destroyed her family and it's not ok. And? Don't like it, there is such a thing as the back button. Don't read anymore. Anyway, Night in Strange House is my return to true Ash and Misty romance novel writing, since I've messed those two up for two long now, there will probably be three versions of that by the time I'm finished as well.
Future Stories: Croconaw Monsieur which is a twist on a good old brothel tale, mixed with the movie "The Freshman", oh yeah and the Striaton brothers are involved with each other. I have many more, but unfortunately, my Mac is with my sister who is in grad school, I'm on my old iBook, which doesn't have my newer stories saved on it, there for I can't update on aff.net or ff.net.
Writing Tips (Optional): Proof read. Always, also read. I'm not just talking fanfiction here, I mean the classics. Time honored good old fashioned Brit Lit. I'm not kidding. There is a reason that the first fanfiction was of Sherlock Holmes. Great story telling point blank. Look at Rowling, she ain't no Homer, but she penned a great story. I think that's what keeps people coming back it's not necessarily how it's written, but WHAT's written. Except in my case, where I think people just want to read smut... but I'll get over that, one day.
It was perfect, beautiful, like something someone with an overactive imagination would dream up in her unfulfilled fantasies!
Fiction background (optional):
I've always been interested in creative writing, and I still have things I started writing from back when I was like seven.
Fandoms you write in:
Generally Pokemon, but I have also written for Final Fantasy, as well as having Digimon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Mortal Kombat, Dynasty Warriors, Monster Rancher and a boatload of other fandoms I've written for.
Types Of Writing:
I'm definitely a fantasy kind of guy. The real-life novel I'm writing at the moment as heavily fantasy-based. When it comes to Pokemon, I pretty much always do OT fic's.
I'd like to say my description, but I think the readers would really need to determine that. As for a weak point, it would be romance! I suck at romance!
Type Of Characters:
I love writing all kinds of characters, but I guess it usually involves a head-strong main character along with at least one outspoken/comic relief guy.
None I've always stopped partway in. I think the furthest I got was Totally Sinnoh, which I think got to like...17 Chapters or something.
Hopefully at some point, I'll bring something else on here, but as I said I'm concentrating on my real-life writing right now.
Writing Tips (Optional):
I'd honestly just say make sure you have fun with it, to make sure you want to always continue with it. Don't plan too far ahead, because that has stopped me a LOT before.
Fiction background: I always have crazy fanfic ideas running through my head. I have ever since I got into Pokemon. I got into writing in middle school where I wrote a series about an electric superhero named Shockboy. Then I began to (and still) write about another superhero Mutant Mike. I tried starting a few fics a little while back, but none ever really panned out. Now that I'm a senior and things have slowed down, I have more time to do things like write fanfiction.
Fandoms you write in: Pokemon. And some original stories that aren't on here (mainly Mutant Mike).
Types Of Writing: Most (if not all) of my stories are action stories with comedy and a bit of romance thrown in. Those are my favorite types of movies and shows, so therefore they're my favorite types of stories.
Strong Areas: Dialogue. I'm very good at that.
Type Of Characters: Confident ones. Low self-confidence has always been something that bothers me, and I don't like writing about characters that bother me. I also enjoy clever and witty characters too, because those are the types of people I like.
Completed Stories: Mutant Mike is a series, so there's multiple episodes completed, but since those aren't on here they don't really count.
Current Stories: "Stopping the Apocalypse" Tyler, a sixteen-year-old trainer, has returned to his home in Pacifidlog Town after four years of travelling the world, competing in League tournaments, and finally winning the Unova League. However, after his friends and he explore a mysterious, undersea chamber with a struggling archaeologist who asked Tyler for help, some ancient and seemingly-invicible Pokemon awake and begin wreaking havoc across the region. And Tyler is the only one who can stop them.
Future Stories: After I finish "Stopping the Apocalypse" I want to continue to write about Tyler's adventures. I really like his character and I want to continue to develop the relationships introduced in Stopping. Maybe a one-shot or short story series?
Writing Tips: Never stop writing. Even if you write something and hate it, just write it again. You'll improve if you stick with it.
Want to watch some funny videos?
Check out MandJTV, a channel where Raccoon Man, a hero nobler than any other, serves justice and does a few other ridiculous (and funny) things.
Writing Tips (Optional): Time to put a bunch of quotes from me!
"There will always be room to improve. Never stop improving!"
"When in doubt, always go to other writers. They might help! ... Or... Not... Might want to go to other writers if they aren't helping... Heh..."
"What's in the pond? Is it just water? Or are there fish, underwater grass, rocks, dirt, moss, and blood of a certain [character] that was just pounded into the water, mixing in with the water?"
"There is justice, and there is mercy. Justice is taking action upon the wrong-doer, doing the same wrong-doing to the wrong-doer. Mercy allows someone else take the justice being placed upon you, or having it held back ... How does this relate to writing? Well, you either have characters that have done wrong suffer, or you allow them to continue until a certain time the mercy will be no more for them, having the sufferer of their wrong-doing coming back for them."
"Have no fear while writing. Just write what you want to, and don't allow people to sway you from your original design."
"Be open to constructive criticism. Allow yourself to take some advice, while you take other into consideration. And remember, 'you stink' isn't constructive criticism."
"You have a choice. Either make a story that will be remembered through the ages or make a story that won't even be remembered five minutes after reading."
"Think about how you would react if you were the character. If you were asked out by the person you love a lot, would you freak out and say yes? Or would you say no and run off quickly? Or would you think about it to sort your feelings? Always think about the character and their reactions."
Well, that's all I'm writing tonight. Maybe I'll edit this post and add more later.
☆ Fandoms you write in: Pokemon, Slayers and my own fanmade FanFic: La La Land (Named after Demi Lovato's song).
☆ Types Of Writing: Romance, Comedy, Drama, Action and Friendship... Dark as well.
☆ Strong Areas: Thinking up ideas.
☆ Type Of Characters: Probably my favorite ones in the show. Pokemon is quite complicated to write about since there's a million characters in the show. In Slayers, it's pretty damn easy since there's only a few.
★ One-Shot: Make Tea, Not War (Xellos/Filia) [Colab with Winter Storm]
★ One-Shot: Quell Your Fears (Amelia/Lina)
☆ Fanmade FanFic:
★ One-Shot: La La Land: Hotel Madness!
★ Multi-Chapter: La La Land: Guardian of PiPa's Memories
☆ Writing Tips: Inspiration is everywhere, especially from yer dreams. So have a pencil and book with ye all the time xD or an iPhone like me. Also listen to music, that matches with the story ye write - it's helpful and don't get distracted. Concentrate. I tend to write backwards on full FanFics - I start at the end and finish on the beginning XD nya~
* means they're properly edited.
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Reason: Writer's block //_-;
Gender (optional): Female Biologically anyways~ xP
Fiction background (optional): I have been writing stories since the age of four, believe it or not. Obviously not the standard nowadays though! My teacher described me as having a "Strange fascination for the world of language." And that my capabilities were "Second to none." - Of course, I don't know if this is true or not, but I don't write because of this, just because I love it. It helps me get out of my head for a while and be in my own little bubble. Plus, I've always been into books and reading too, which has helped me to dream about writing one of my own (or even more) from quite a young age. I've also been messing around with a fictional character called Platy-Fox.
Fandoms you write in: Nowadays, it is my own original work I specify in (I always have mind you), but I write for Pokemon (Wishfulshipping and my own made-up shipping, Strawberryshipping - Chili/Ruby(OC).). I USED TO write for iCarly, Pirates of the Caribbean, even Penguins of Madagascar at one point... yeah, I went there. What a dark, dark place that was. But it was fun, and I regret nothing in the end. Phineas and Ferb also.
Types Of Writing: Romance! It's my main genre and always has been! Even when I was little, I would have Platy-Fox rescue the Bunny-Pus and they would live happily ever after, and blah blah blah. I also write Friendship, Adventure, Fantasy (DEFINITELY!), and, to some extent, Angsty type stuff.
Strong Areas: Creativity, Imagination, Vocabulary and Description. I say these because I've been told many a time by my reviewers on Fanfiction.Net... so yeah, it isn't really my input here. As for personal input, I'd definitely say the ability to make something out of nothing, since I do things called "100 Themes Challenges" and they often give me difficult-to-work-with topics, but I always manage.
Type Of Characters: Oh, I have all sorts! Here's a few bios of just SOME of my OC's. Here:
Name: Alice Little
Personality: Small, sweet, unintentionally outspoken. Determined when she is thrown into a difficult situation.
Likes: Sweets, rabbits, lava lamps and ribbons.
Dislikes: Bullies, the colour red, wet towels and sharp card.
Name: Ruby Cooper (I still use this girl frequently today - she is the Ruby in Strawberryshipping)
Age: 15/16, depends on the story I'm writing.
Personality: Mean, sarcastic, outspoken and stubborn. However, is sensitive, and a lot smarter than she lets on.
Likes: Music, Playing Guitar, People Playing With Her Hair and Scented Pens. Pineapple too!
Dislikes: The colour Pink, Dresses, Girls who think they're "All That", being accused of liking Chili (though she does).
Name: Robyn Parker *NOTE*: She is a human/fox type deal.
Personality: Happy, Outgoing, Loud and Reckless. Loves to have fun, but doesn't like people joking about her, even friendly jokes.
Likes: Correcting people when they're obviously wrong, drawing, studying and Literature. Books also.
Dislikes: People joking about her, open spaces, when people are laughing and she doesn't know what about, hair ties.
They're just three of the many! If I listed them ALL, you'd be here all year! XD
Completed Stories: Well, I have a couple of completed challenges on FFN. A Century's Worth of Memories, Flirtatious Tendancies, The Words That Fit, Simply Seddie, and a few more.
Current Stories: The Locket, but by God, I haven't updated this in God knows how long! People have been complaining about it too... but I just don't have the motivation to do it, despite having endless comments on it. >.<
I also have one I'm working on in my book that I'm calling: "And That's How It Happened...", which describes the tale of my childhood hero, Platy-Fox, how he came to be, what his motives are, how he got the job of being a hero and a lot more.
Future Stories: I recently (just yesterday actually) played a game called Limbo and completed it. The creepy, eerie setting persuaded me to write something about a little boy being trapped in an endless forest too - similar to the game, there are various tasks to complete in order to avoid death and such, but there will be twists, turns and differing characters too.
Writing Tips (Optional): Anybody wants to feed back, sure! I've been told to watch my sentence length a little sometimes... I never really pay attention to how long they are and sometimes people get a little lost. But I'm working on it!
Also, in the famous words of Dr. Suess: "Those who matter don't mind and those who mind don't matter." <-- I LIVE by this, and if somebody is judging how you write, then you definitely should too! Pay them no heed if the critism is needless and just there to be troublesome; that's how the best people come about.
That's all from me then!
Doctor: Don't be afraid to look ridiculous.
OI!! Lololokokooooooo!! Cat and I's cracky thing...~ ;D
Name: The Teller Why?: Because I tell things. Stories, mostly. Age: Definitely not a wet-behind-the-ears high schooler. I'd put myself somewhere in the 20s. Gender: Masculine. What? You didn't ask for my sex. Fiction Background: This is my first time writing fanfiction "fo' reelz." It's mostly to prove to myself that I can write fanfiction. Fandoms You Write In: P-O-K-E-M-O-N (Party!) Types of Writing: Outside of Pokemon, I write mostly slice-of-life stories (happy ending not guaranteed). Inside of Pokemon, I write journey/original trainer, with a tad more emphasis on the humans than the Pokemon, with shoutouts and references to the Pokemon anime, Special manga, main games, side games, and meta stuff you only find on the internet, with special rules that only apply to my in-universe. Strong Areas: I've been told I write natural dialogue conversations well and can write pillow talks like nobody's business. Type of Characters: Human. That is, someone with many strengths and weaknesses, faults and worthy attributes. Typically around the upper teens or lower 20s. I almost NEVER give out physical descriptions of my characters, leaving it up to the viewers to imagine them how they want. Current Stories: Happenings Between Goals (link in sig). Writing Tips: My magnum opus had an unsympathetic main character who didn't really grow up and learn to become a paragon to society in a matter of days or months (it's implied he never really sheds his cynicism). Guess what? That happens in real life. Just because something isn't a pleasant truth, doesn't mean you're forbidden to write about it. Here's another thing: be interactive with your readers. How? What I did was open a Q&A where readers could directly ask my characters questions about anything, and the characters would respond to the readers (really just me responding in-character). Readers loved that.
Credit for picture: "Emma" (littlebuster-k2); Credit for signature: 9dragonsbreed
So you should expect the truth from me. Only, you shouldn't expect it to be the truth you assumed.
Oh yes, and you should read my story Happenings Between Goals.
Age: 16-ish (ha)
Fiction Background: I really don't write much, really only just to get an idea outta my head, or when inspired by someone.
Fandoms: Pokemon, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Super Smash Bros.
Types of Writing: Adventure and MSTs
Strong: Grammar, Ideas
Character Types: Those that are not one dimensional, and not cliched.
Current Stories: Back to Basics, The Eye Sores of the Pokemon World (if that counts)
Writing Tips: DO NOT DRAG ON YOUR STORY WITH NEEDLESS DETAILS, GET TO THE POINT.
Fiction background (optional): I started in fifth grade. Like we used to have writing assignments and I wrote though. Then we had those in sixth grade which made me want to write more, then in seventh grade I was inspired by a one-shot, which made me write my first story in DeviantART. Some found it sad, although it's weak. I wrote more, and I realized that I have potential. So I wanted to write. I'm known as a writer in my classes, though most of my classmates never read it because of the "fandom" that I write about. Then I saw a person do a Flipnote series which made me want to write my original story, but when I wrote the latest one on another forums website, I get ripped off for it. But still I write.
Fandoms you write in: Mainly Pokemon, and a bit of Final Fantasy.
Types Of Writing: Adventure. I tried comedy but it comes off stupid.
Strong Areas: I don't know. Maybe plot?
Type Of Characters: About excited ones.
Completed Stories: Check "Completed Stories" in the FF section.
Current Stories: I'm rewriting a story. I put one story on hold but I might rewrite it.
Future Stories: I have no plans for one.
Writing Tips (Optional): Write for yourself, not for viewer's sake. Try your best.
Fandoms I write in: Since I've just started my fan fictions I've gone for a pokemon basis but I might start writing a mario pokemon crossover
Types of fictions: I make adventure stories and action
Strong areas: I don't know probably plot or settings
Types of characters: Dark and evil characters are easy for me
Completed stories: N/A
Current stories: The Legend of Darceus
Future stories: A sequel to The legend of Darceus
Fiction background (optional):Role-playing on Smogon social groups. Two things happened then. 1) I couldn't even direct RP's I owned in the direction I wanted, so I decided to go solo. Obviously, that meant Fan Fics. 2) Smogon's Social Groups began to rapidly die off. So I fled back to Serebii. (I had originally left it when Serebii killed the Social Groups a while back.) So I began writing, met some people, and it was all uphill from there.
Fandoms you write in: Pokemon
Types Of Writing: Journey, PMD, some romance, adventure, fantasy, etc etc...
Strong Areas: While I don't feel that one area is particularly better than others, I'd do have to say that I can think up pretty good story premises. It's following up on those successfully thats the problem.
Type Of Characters: Those that face conflict and have inner turmoil, but not to the point of insanity or to be unrealistic. I'm fond of everyday average characters doing great things.
The Gift Pokemon One-Shot
-A Marill and Marshtomp take a short adventure to find their depressed Eevee friend something to cheer her up.
The small Eevee came out to meet her. “Oh, hi Melody! Er, its a little late to go play isn’t it?”
“That’s not what I came here for. I’ve been seeing how sad you’ve been lately. I wanted to know if there’s anything Kyle and I can do to help.”
“Oh,” Shiloh sighed. “Its nothing, really. Its just that when you and Kyle go out into the ocean to play, I can’t go with you. And I don’t want to keep you and him from having fun, but I get bored all by myself. I guess I just don’t know what to do.”
Predestined Pokemon One-Shot
-The strongest trainer in the world (and she knows it) attempts to stop a god from doing what it wants to do. But can she change the course of fate? Or will destiny (or her arrogance) get the better of her?
A chuckling voice exploded in my head. “Foolish, mortal girl. You cannot beat me. You are weak. So fragile. I could destroy every cell, every atom, that makes up your being, all in an instant. Who are you to stop me?”
"I am Aeron, Champion of three regions! I’m the most powerful trainer in the world! I have trained with Alder, researched with Cynthia, and explored with Steven. I have tamed the seas and bent the land to my will. I have traversed through a prison in an alternate dimension and made the warden my prisoner. I defeated the King of Golems when it refused me access into Snowpoint Temple. I have gone toe-to-toe with titans and come out on top. It was all with one goal in mind. And now, here today, I will complete that goal. Because I will defeat you and stop your mindless destruction of people and Pokemon!" My voice was strong. I had practiced. And being a thrice-declared Champion packing superpowered heat tends to help one’s ego.
“You have too much pride, mortal. But... you are to challenge me anyways? Very well. Let us begin.” Arceus's wall flickered and the rainbow light poured into his body.
Through the Thunder and the Lightning Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Chaptered Fic
-An ordinary boy is transformed into a Pokemon by an unknown force when he is attacked by a legendary. Upon waking up in a new world, he becomes infatuated with a giddy (and sparkly) Emolga. Together they face hardship, loss, and great calamity; largely without knowing what's going on. After being threatened by legendary after legendary and a particularly insecure Raichu, they learn that something is happening in the world that could change the fate of existence. And they intend on stopping it.
"Shane, huh? Name's aren't too common, seeing as they're usually reserved for special Pokemon. Like your friend there. I bet she's got a name."
"April! My name is April." She had finally been able to stand on her feet, but she still looked in pain. I handed her another Oran Berry, which she nibbled on.
"It's her coloring. Seeing a copper-furred Emolga is a once in a lifetime chance."
"Oh, Lucario, I know I'm awesome, but come on." April grinned, her regular attitude cutting through her pain.
"The point is Shane, why do you have a name? You don't look any different than other Pachirisu. No offense, of course."
"Er, I can't really tell you...It isn't that I want to keep it a secret, but you would never believe me anyways."
A Different Kind of PMD Story (A Vulpix Tail) Pokemon Journey Chapter Fic
-A young man is about to get his butt off the couch (so to speak) and go on his adventure when red-haired girl literally falls into his life. The girl can't seem to remember anything at all except that she claims to be a Vulpix. She can't read English and, much to everyone's surprise, she can understand every word that any Pokemon says. On the antagonist side of things, N and Ghetsis attempt to fix their plans after both Reshiram and Zekrom turn up missing. Can Luke and Amy defeat Team Plasma and conquer the Pokemon League? Or will they fail to stop Ghetsis's Plan B and watch Unova fall? And what role does N really want to play in this whole scheme?
Amy walked into the room and started fiddling with her shirt. In the dark. With the door open.
"Woah there! Here, first learning opportunity: light switch," Luke said, and flicked the switch on the wall. Amy stared wide-eyed at the light bulbs above the mirror, but then averted her eyes.
"Ow, the light hurts. That's much brighter than a Luminous Orb."
Luke raised an eyebrow. "A what?"
"It's...well...Huh. I can't remember."
A Bad Kitten's Autobiography: How Vesh Became Ruler of Skyrim Non-Pokemon Chaptered Fic
-Listener for the Dark Brotherhood and part-time Dovakiin, Vesh describes the trials and hardships (In great detail) that he faced through his life starting with his execution.
To be posted when either TTL or AVT run their course.
Spoiler:- Teaser Excerpt:
Vesh slowly approaches that one's dwelling. In Vesh's right paw is a crooked, black dagger. In my other is a red and violet sphere of energy. I clutch the Magick as if it is real, and Vesh releases it. My form flickers and vanishes.
Vesh bursts the door open. The target screams, but then looks confused. This one does not see Vesh. She goes to close the door. I position myself behind her.
"Huh. Must of been-" This one doesn't get that far. Vesh grabs the top of her head with my left hand, my dagger at her throat with the other.
"The wind, Vesh knows," I finish irritably. Vesh runs the dagger across her neck rapidly, and she collapses. This one tries to speak, but only gurgles emerge. Her eyes go blank, the life essence bleeding back to where it came from. Vesh stares at his crooked, smiling reflection in the ex-target's growing pool of blood. Mission accomplished.
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A Through the Thunder and the Lightning Extra: Someone to Love Pokemon One-Shot Fic
-The story of how a Pikachu loses his girlfriend and how his quest to re-impress her lands him in the big house.
To be posted when finished.
Teaser Excerpt to come! Stay tuned!
Writing Tips (Optional): *phew* Well, I could probably go on and on, but I guess I have two tips for you:
1) ALWAYS accept criticism. Of any kind really. Take every piece of advice given to you with a smile. Remember, you don't know everything. A bit of modesty goes a long way.
2) Just write. Don't be worried about if your story is written well or if you have a good idea or not. Just write the fic down, look it over (or preferably, have someone else look it over), and post it. You never know how good you'll do until you try. Remember: You miss 100% of the shots you never take.
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Name: Meeker, but you can call me Meek if you're too lazy to type two letters. You can also be honest and call me Smartass.
Age (optional): 15
Gender (optional): Male
Fiction background (optional):I decided to write my own sexual fantasies, as nobody out there made what I was "interested" in. Sorry for making that joke, I couldn't resist. I once wrote a bit, but I lost favor in it. I remember seeing the cool banner in a guy's signature (we're now pretty good friends) wondering what the hell it was. I saw where it led and said: "Oooooh, it's a fanfiction..." I later saw the same guy in another thread, and I was really bored, so I gave it a shot. I was hooked, and decided to write again. I asked him for tips, and told him how I was inspired, and it's been uphill from there.
Fandoms you write in: Pokemon (Mystery Dungeon), S.T.A.L.K.E.R. (certainly in the future), and an original story.
Types Of Writing: Action, adventure, sci-fi, with hints of horror and comedy.
Strong Areas: Fight scenes, namely firefights/gunfights. I also feel that the characters I create can be pretty good too.
Type Of Characters: I like to create teams of all different nationalities and backgrounds. I do my best to make each one unique in some way. Showing various personalities clash, such as a hot-head and a sarcastic jerk. Having them have various unique conditions is fun at times.
Completed Stories: Not available, I'm too lazy to get off the couch and do something productive.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to the Rift Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Chaptered Fic
- After a walk in the forest gone awry, a teenaged boy wakes up as a Riolu in a world inhabited solely by Pokemon. In this new world, a movement of frontiers and new settlements has arisen, in which many Pokemon have taken to exploring to earn their daily bread. It is not long before one of the many rumors reach his ears, the legend of the Rift; an unexplored land said to be full of treasure, but guarded by unfathomable beasts. The temptation of adventure and loot is not easily turned down, and he wants a part of it! Will he be able to retrieve the goods, or will he die trying? But what if the Rift is a hoax? What if all of the risk reaching the land is for nothing?
Future Stories: A possible sequel to one of my existing stories. As of now, I'm keeping tight lipped about this stuff.
Writing Tips (Optional): Have the balls to propose your idea, and don't be afraid to talk over ideas with someone. If not for this, I wouldn't have gotten anywhere at all.
Make sure that you also have someone to check for any errors, such as plot loopholes, spelling, grammar, and so on.
Inspiration is something that can really help in the writing process. I find mine through music, games, books, other stories, and so on; but everyone finds it a different way.
Fiction background (optional): I've always written plots to, and imagined out stories in my head since I was a kid, but just a few days ago, I actually wrote a structured chapter for my first fic that I am currently working on.
Fandoms you write in: Just Pokemon for now, but I'm eventually planning on doing a Halo/Pokemon Crossover.
Types Of Writing: Um you mean genres? Action/Adventure, Drama
Strong Areas: Ummmm I don't really know. Maybe none presently, I don't really have too many reviewers so I don't know for sure.
Type Of Characters: All types lol, you outta keep a varied roster of characters in all your fics.
Completed Stories: None yet.
Current Stories:At the End of it All, a fic about all the trainers in the pokemon world having turned to zombies, and how the pokemon react to survive.
Future Stories: The Halo/Pokemon Crossover I mentioned earlier. There's lots of other crossovers I'd like to try as well. Also, a trainer fic in the vein of the anime, where the protag travels cross-region.
Writing Tips (Optional): Don't be afraid to write what you want, no matter how embarrassing it might seem.
Fiction background (optional): I have been writing stories since i was in 3rd grade, with simple fantasy stories involving my friends and me. Over time i started writing a couple fictions, but i usually lost interest in the certain story and trashed it/ put it in my archives. Now though i'm working on writing another fantasy trilogy that i'm hoping to publish in the near future, and i'm learning more and more about different types of writing, characters, and plot backstories etc.
Fandoms you write in: Pokemon mostly.. PMD as well.
Types Of Writing: Fantasy, drama, adventure, romance..
Strong Areas: Character development, definately. I love doing it, and it may just be my favorite part of writing.
Type Of Characters: I try to make characters with differing personalities, like in one story i could have one very calm and understanding character while the others have completely different motives and personalities. I usually make my characters dynamic, i'm not too fond of static characters though unless they play not too big of a role in the story. Static main characters are not my thing unless the plot is really dependent on the main character not changing at all.
Completed Stories: I wrote a shipping fic a while back called "The Bell." I'm not too proud of it because it was my first ever shipping fic, but i plan to remake it and/or create an entirely new fic based off of FerrisWheelShipping..
I am currently in the planning phase of all of my stories.~
Future Stories: I'm working on a chaptered fiction called The Dream World. It is about the Pokemon Dream World, but when humans venture into this world, it is opposite than the lifestyle they live now. Every human has a force called Potential, and it is the our version of Pokemon Types. The Dream World is a legendary Pokemon sanctuary, and pending upcoming attacks, the Pokemon train the humans in their specific Potential. (I'm still working out the kinks.)
Writing Tips (Optional): Stay true to your own voice, don't let anybody take you down because of your writing style.
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Fiction background (optional): I've been thinking up stories since I was nine or so, but the stories I actually wrote were about squirrels or dragons. I started thinking up Pokemon stories when I was 13, and I am EXTREMELY glad I never posted them, since they were really badly written. I ended up thinking up a story that I liked, but it's not getting written very well... I'm trying to improve on writing about humans, I'm really bad at them.
Fandoms you write in: Mostly Pokemon, but I've got a Kirby fanfic planned.
Types Of Writing: Honestly with all the fanfics I've got floating in my head it's nearly all of them. But I'll say with the ones I know I'm going to publish eventually, I'd say adventure, drama, romance, and action.
Strong Areas: Although I'm really bad at writing from the view of humans, I've written up parts of stories from the view of Pokemon and they come out much better for some reason. So writing in the view point of Pokemon and their interactions with each other. If I do humans it's pretty... Bad.
Type Of Characters: My characters vary. I really don't know how to put it.
Completed Stories: None at the moment...
Current Stories: Hiding The Hunted (Due to lack of interest, this story has been deleted.)
Samarra and her friend Rhiver are trying to figure out a project to do for school, after a man assigned their school with it. The man says the students with the highest grades get to go to Unova. While outside thinking about what Pokemon to do the project on, Dusky, Samarra's Banette, notices something in the distance. Samarra goes to see what it is and finds a severely injured Darkrai. The Darkrai is being hunted, a Pokemon of unnatural origins hunting it for it's master. Samarra attempts to hide the Darkrai while it recovers from its injuries. However, she's closer to the hunter than she thinks.
Probably a bit more of a "practice" then an actual good story, since it's my first one... It's most likely going to be unfinished before the second chapter, it's not keeping my interest.
Desert callings *Name change possible*
A story of a group of Cacturne. Plot of fanfic still in development.
Shattered Mirrors *Kirby fanfic* *Name change possible*
It hasn't been long since Magolor apologized for his misdeeds, and has become a close friend of Kirby's. Meta Knight has managed to realize he's no longer a threat, but a new threat soon awakens, when an enemy Meta Knight thought was dead returns, Dark Meta Knight. Dark Meta Knight isn't the threat, and is in fact asking his opposite for help. There are new threats in the Mirror World, Meta Knight has unleashed the biggest threat in the Mirror World, stronger even then Dark Mind. A being stronger than any known warrior.
Unnamed LunarEclipseShipping fic. *Details later*
Writing Tips (Optional): I may be new at this, but always remember to write something you're interested in. Unfortunately, I'm failing at that.
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Fiction background: I got into writing Fan Fiction when I one day thought. "I wonder if you could write a story about a series that's already out? Like, Sonic or Final Fantasy?" Then, I started to write my first Pokemon story, which turned into crap and failed epically. XDD I thought I could literally write epic masterpieces when I almost had no plot and I could wing it. Heck, I don't even think I had an ending. .-. But now, I'm writing an actual High Fantasy Epic. Which is truly going GREAT. I have my own plot, world, characters, and so much more. It's amazing what you can do with Fan Fiction, as long as it doesn't get out of hand. ;P Which is absolutely mandatory to have some 'rules' and realism in High Fantasy Epics. Which I made sure I had. And here I am, writing my epic tale and I enjoy it immensely. =) I can't wait to read it, when I'm one day finished and look back on it/reminisce about it when I'm in college... :') It's all thanks to my great and awesome friends here, if I never met them, I would have never thought of the idea for this High Fantasy Epic. They're what always keeps me motivated to write, even if I can be a little lazy. XD; I've also been into writing and telling stories my whole life. I'd like it to be my Profession. :)
Fandoms you write in: I write Pokemon stories, that have talking Pokemon as characters, but it's absolutely not PMD. <.> My stories also contain many elements, characters, and references from many different video game series/other series as well.
Types Of Writing: Well, I mostly write Romance, Adventure, and my favorite, Fantasy. Fantasy and Romance together are just... Omg... EPIC! X3 I'm also proficient in writing humor, especially with humorous characters. XD; Though, I don't entirely write humor stories, I can just add some good and understandable forms of humor to the story. ^_^;
Strong Areas: My strong areas are Character Development. I'm so good at it, that I'm very keen in writing fully-fledged, non-Mary Sue Bios/Backstories. I'm also really good at making canon characters not too OOC (Out of Character). What I usually do is read a lot about said canon character(s) and read some quotes they have/play the game their in (not the whole thing) and get to the parts they talk at and write it down, then define their personality. The same goes with TV Show/Movie Characters. I simply look up quotes said canon characters have/watch whatever episodes/movies their in and write down some notable things they say than, it gets me a feel of their personality allowing me to write about them~! But, I'm still very careful how I use canon characters and in which point of the story they show up in. Which is probably very obvious. ^-^;
Type Of Characters: I've made MANY characters, too hard to define a certain type. But all of them are Pokemon. So, I'll just show my favorite. :3 Though, I'm not going to show any back-story or extra stuff, just the person talking for themselves, their personality, and other notable things about them. My favorite character I've ever made is, Tori. She's an Umbreon. *Hands Mic to Tori* Beware of emoticons... >.>
Tori: Hey guys! It's me Tori. ^^ I'm 16 years old and I was born in the town of Miranda. I've lived there all my life; practicing White Magic and Healing Arts. That said, I'm a White Mage.
Personality: I'm a very caring, compassionate, bright, smart, and fun girl. I'm also very talkative, carefree, and I laugh at things that aren't meant to be laughed at. =P My sense of humor is weird, yet super awesome. I'm an epic optimist. D8 There are times when I can be impatient and somewhat oblivious. I'm one to ask a lot of questions SO GET READY TO BE BOMBARDED WITH QUESTIONS! I have a fear/phobia of Insects. DIE YOU STUPID, GROSS, INSECTS! I'm an extrovert. By that, I mean I'm a very outgoing and selfless person always willing to speak with anyone at any given time. ^_^ The only things that make me sad are talking about death, seeing someone hurt (badly), or if someone's hurting my friends. I'm also sarcastic at times. I sometimes have a low-attention-span too. ._... I'M SUPER MEGA RANDOM AND I YELL A LOT FO' YAYS, LAUGHS, EPICNESS, AND JUST FOR THE HECK OF IT! =D GET USED TO IT!
I'm also very supporting and helpful to others. ^_^ There are also those moments when I can be very caring (like I said above), when I don't act random. And.... I think that's it~! I hope that gave you a good view of my personality. If you'd like to know more, just send Leaf a PM. ^_^; Alright, back to you Leaf! ;D *Hands me the Mic*
Danke Tori. <.>"
Completed Stories: I haven't completed any stories. ._. ;^; SUE ME! /Mauled
Current Stories: My only current story is my aforementioned High Fantasy Epic, The Leafeon of Legend. This story has a lot of elements and characters from Final Fantasy and Merlin (2008), as well as other series. But mostly those two. The genre for it is: Romance, Fantasy, and Angst. I may add more here later, but I just hope I don't reveal any spoilers. ;^; This story also has it's own made-up world but has some towns/cities/places from other video games as well. ^_^;
Future Stories: I'm planning a few future stories, but I'll name those later.
Writing Tips: Never, ever let negative or destructive criticism get you down and/or destroy your sense in writing/your story. Always listen to your reviewers and read what they say. If it's good or bad, it could possibly help you in a number of ways~! =)
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