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Joined 03-17-14, id: 970053, Profile Updated: 07-18-14
Author has written 1 story for Action.

Hello everybody! I am an aspiring writer of fantasy and fiction who wanted to be able to share his work online. I love reading, video games, drawing, writing (of course), the Internet, judo, roleplaying, and anime!

I am also a HUGE fan of Doctor Who! I am obsessed with it to no end! Classic Who and New Who alike, name a reference and I'll be sure to get it! Doctor Who will live on forever!

Now for some favourites...

My favourite movie is V for Vendetta. It's the absolute best film in existence! If you haven't seen it, you have automatically dropped down a full level of awesomeness.

My favourite book series is Lord of the Rings. Really, any of Tolkien's works are amazing.

My favourite video game is by far Earthbound (a.k.a. Mother Two). It's an amazing game. Great storyline, characters, humour, and music! Say "fuzzy pickles"!

You already know my favourite television show.. XD

If it's not clear to you already, I'm not good at writing. That's why I'm here; to improve my writing.

Writer's Block Status: Must rewrite everything I have written this summer due to a data loss...

Stories will tend to be updated every week (more like a month at this point...), unless I become busy with other things. This is perfectly possible as I am juggling a great amount of things during the week. Patience young Padawans.

And with that, I shall be off...


Crows of the Machine reviews
Ookami is an amnesiac who wakes up in a steampunk world. While searching for his memories he meets many people.. including the people who caused the amnesia. They are known as Corvi Machinæ and seek to use him in their experiments. The leader of the group, has another use for him however. He needs Ookami to complete a colossal automaton that may change the fate of the entire world.
Fiction: Action - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 4 - Words: 10,139 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 6/3/2014 - Published: 3/21/2014