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Vast media fan, short story and epic yarn spinner. Look out for falling plot devices.

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  • 122 weeks

    So as the last blogpost said, I'm not DEAD. Really.

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  • 151 weeks
    Long Time No Update

    No I'm not dead, just really busy.

    My life's been going in circles lately and I've been incredibly busy IRL, offline and online, doing things here and there. Upheaval and what not.

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  • 179 weeks
    Thank you

    Thank you everyone who Favorited, liked and commented on A Perfectly Normal Response. I didn't think it would get that many favorites and likes, and in such a short period of time.

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  • 179 weeks

    I posted a fic called A Perfectly Normal Response.

    It's outside my usual vein of writing, so be gentle as it's a mature fic.

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  • 180 weeks
    Working on Stuff

    Still chugging along. Some of Project Remaster is coming along, other times I need to write a shortfic.

    A new fanfic is in the process queue right now called A New Beginning which is a crossover between Kamen Rider Gaim and MLP Season 1. Have fun.

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Equestria Girls Heisei Generations Series · 9:58pm Oct 6th, 2017

That's right, it still lives!

Because of the support of readers who favorite a fic as soon as it goes up, and inspiration running true, I've decided to continue the series in itself. There's another crossover planned, between Fresh Precure and Equestria Girls primarily. Which would make it technically one of the first few Precure crossovers on this site in itself! At least that I'm aware of.

That being said, the first story, The Dark Ring! Zero-san in Canterlot City is a Ultraman crossover, and as longtime readers will remember, Fourze canonized everything, from the omake net shows to the time Kengo and Yuuki got stuck in the Amazon.

I'll be working on crossovers, both Toei and western media, and fitting it in very carefully piece by piece. So I won't overwhelm myself.

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