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Windchaser


Author of The Conversion Bureau: Last Man Standing. Hoping to write more when time presents itself.

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  • 509 weeks
    The Long and Winding Road

    So yeah. It's been a while, huh? I can try and blame a vast multitude of things on why I haven't been doing really anything recently, but that'd only be half true.

    But making excuses for my lack of activity isn't why I'm here right now.

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  • 533 weeks
    Okay, maybe they weren't too exaggerated after all.

    11 days without power or heat. That's what that damn hurricane did to me. I'll see what I can put together because I haven't posted anything in far too long.

    Also the new eps were pretty good. Couple of interesting tidbits that I think hint at things yet to come.

    5 comments · 643 views
  • 535 weeks
    The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.

    I am alive, I do plan on resuming updating, and I think you're all swell.

    I'll be writing a short one-off for the Halloween event for the TCB group, similar to my Jersey Devil story from last year; just not in that same format. Let's see if these last two months haven't sapped my ability to write.

    8 comments · 609 views
  • 545 weeks
    LAST MAN STANDING SEQUEL BLOG POAST

    Yeah so remember when I said that I was going to work on that sequel to Last Man Standing as my NoPoWriMo entry? Lots of stuff came up that prevented me from feeling any kind of desire to write. At all.

    BUT!

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  • 547 weeks
    End of a story

    So Ten Days is done! I'll toss an epilogue up when I get around to it, but right now I'm working on the opening chapter to my LMS sequel. I was going to make it an awesome adventure story, but because my brain isnt working nice, I'm dropping that and taking it another route, something more localized and simpler. Something that'll pull me out of my comfort zone.

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Jul
26th
2012

Just a little something · 2:47am Jul 26th, 2012

Threw up some word vomit onto a google docs file. No idea if it'll turn into something more, but I felt like at least getting something down.

CLICK HURR

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Comments ( 6 )

It would be funny if the guy had AIDS.

Hmmm... vampires in tcb I assume?

Woah. I thought they drained love-like emotion. Blood, uh, seems worse. I'm guessing you've got an explanation for why, though.

Very terrifying, although the villain (this... is the villain... right? :rainbowhuh: ) could end up unnecessarily sexy. I guess there's a reason for that: it's something that it's a mask she's putting on, but I would Beware The Trope. If you have her cooing, draping herself over stuff and making kinky passes at the protagonists, it'll be a turn-off for a lot of the potential audience.

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She's a changeling. And the allusion to her being a vampire is from her needing to feed on human blood, since human emotions (especially when they're in a one night stand) aren't substantial enough for her. Ponies, on the other hand, she can feed from without needing to actually kill them.

Again, this is just a little experimentation piece I did for shits and giggles. I may use the ideas behind it later on.

251258 Ahhhhh I see; you're linking blood and emotion. That's an interesting conceit there, and it certainly makes for vampire changlings. What fascinating lore that would allow for! It certainly explains the fangs.

Also, it makes the second season finale retroactively over-awesome, because it has an army of shape-shifting vampires, led by their vampire queen, invading Canterlot for the sweet, sweet love of the innocent ponies that live in Equestria. During which, these six: :ajsmug::fluttershyouch::pinkiehappy::rainbowkiss::raritywink::twilightblush: beat the holes out of a horde of vampires. Then, one of them thinks to use the spooky powerful magic mind control powers of, you know, her childhood babysitter who is also magic royalty, to explode them away via the detonation of the mutual love she shares with her magic-shield-generating hunky military captain lover. For a cartoon aimed at 6ish-14ish year old girls, that is weirdly baddass, and, uh, ever just so slightly fetishistic. :ajbemused::fluttershyouch::pinkiesmile::rainbowhuh::raritystarry::twilightoops:

Seriously, though, if you were going to use this, you'd have my attention!

I like it. I like it very much. Especially the idea of having to drain blood instead of just emotions from humans given their lower ambient magic. Or something. I hope you do make use of this.

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