Type of Writing: Fantasy, Horror, Non-Pokemon
Strong Areas: Description, I would think. That is at least my favorite part of writing, reinforced by a strong vocabulary and my love of words. I suppose plot as well, as I usually delve deeply into its structuralization, oftentimes building bridges that may not even be crossed in the course of the story. I usually create histories and characters and places and events that have happened before the story (which may or may not even be mentioned in the writing) to make the world more real in my own mind. I've been told I have good flow, but that is rather subjective.
Weak Areas: Planning. I usually have in my mind points A, B, and C, sometimes find myself at a loss to fill in the gaps between those points. I also am not particularly known for the use of a lot of dialogue. My characters tend to have a lot of inner monologues, and I believe more can be said through an expression or an action than a spoken word.
Type Of Characters: Though I write characters of myriad 'types,' as it were, I suppose my favorites will always be the ones plagued with mental dilemmas. I find myself writing psychopaths, sociopaths, or flat-out psychologically defective characters with labyrinths of twisted thoughs and behaviors. Other than that characters may just have inner-conflicts which generally come to be more challenging than the main conflict of the story. I detest writing characters that are continuously happy, bubbly, et cetera. They annoy me in real life and do so in ficticious realms.
Final Fantasy Tactics
'After defeating the group of demons known as the Lucavi and preventing their plot from casting dark dominion over Ivalice, Ramza Beoulve, now a king, finds himself without purpose. With religious and political reformation swelling around him, the noble feels lost in the ebb of time. All soon changes when an unidentifiable being steals the Zodiac Stones, the instruments of the Lucavi, from his castle and begins to raise those Ramza had slain...
Now the young king must reclaim them once again, but all is not as it seems. Plots even more diabolical then before are set in motion, and Ivalice is no longer the target. Ramza must also resist the allure of Hell, the promises of power, and defeat his own demons that hunger to take control..
So begins the War of the Forsaken.'
None yet planned.
Writing Tips: Use a thesaurus.