Month: December 2013

The Best Characters Vol. 1

It’s some day of the 30 Day Geekgasm, and I’m going to talk about some epic characters. For the purpose of this post, I’m going focus on characters that are connected to a fandom. While I don’t doubt my abilities to geek out about characters that you may have not even thought to geek out about, I’m in a geek-community sort of mood. There may or may not be spoilers ahead, none of them remotely recent. 

I wish to be embraced by my fandoms.

And so, we begin.

Captain Jack Harkness

2606230-captain_jack_harknessThis wonderful guy is from Doctor Who. If you’ve been following this blog, you might find that I am compeltely in love with the show. I spent about three hours writing my Ode to Doctor Who. I bring up Captain Jack in that post, too. But, really, what I love about Captain Jack is that is good nature is not buried under his flirtatious personality. He is good and flirty at the same time. There is no conflict of interest. In fact, his goodness is often portrayed through his flirting. One top of that, he’s pansexual and it’s no big deal. He makes me laugh so hard and he’s so genuine, this is this one of those characters that captures your heart. He hasn’t been in the show since the fourth season. 



But, Moffat has discussed the possibility of a return. Mostly, I just want to see jack freak out over Clara. That’s all I want. I mean, he can’t die. They’re bound to bump into him eventually. Come on. Please. 

(This is going to turn into another Doctor Who post is I don’t move on immediately)




Perhaps I should change the theme to slightly sexually ambiguous men with guns. Crowley is a demon on Supernatural. Or, perhaps, he was. Admittedly, I couldn’t get through season six of the show because I love it so much and I couldn’t bear to watch it suffer. Nevertheless, Crowley is the best. He’s not good, but he is just so much fun. Every scene he’s in makes me laugh so hard. I believe my favorite was when he snapped an iPhone picture of him kissing Bobby. I could not contain my laughter. I even giggle just a little bit every time he calls Sam ‘Moose’. Basically, Crowley is a terrible person, but he’s helping the Winchesters and it’s played out in a way that actually makes sense, and is so funny I can’t even handle it. Crowley is my soul sister.

Captain Jack Harkness is, indeed, also my soul sister.  

Dr. John Watson

john-watson-sherlock6Speaking of sexually ambiguous men with guns. Okay, I couldn’t resist. But, for the sake of honesty, I don’t actually ship Sherlock and John because it weirds me out. There’s only so much I can handle. Also, I very stubbornly stick to the idea that two people are capable of being extremely close friends without getting romantically involved. But, you know, to each his own. 


I love John because he is perfect. That’s the only argument there is. Honestly, I wish I had a friend like John. But I imagine everyone does. I’m perfectly content with my John, though. My John is mighty fine. Just, you know, not the John. 

What is this? A SuperWhoLock post, you say? And not a Winchester in sight!

Let me know some of your favorite characters below, then proceed to have a lovely day. 



The Ending of Mass Effect

First thing’s first, if you don’t know how Mass effect 3 ends, and you don’t want to know how it ends, go away.

Moving on.

It’s day 17 of the 30 Day Geekgasm (probably) and I am to discuss something that I love that everyone else hates. And that, my friends, is the ending of Mass Effect 3. Bear with me.


I’m going to talk about Mass Effect more in-depth, as it is (by a hair) my second favorite video game series. For now, I’m going to focus primarily on the possible endings, which I will also discuss more later.

People who have played Mass Effect know that in the four possible endings to this series (destroy, control, synthesize, refuse) Shepard, the main character dies. I am going to argue for a moment why I think that’s a good idea.

Basically, it makes a ton of sense. With all you have to do, after all that you become the martyr, the  hero to the galaxy. you literally die saving the universe, and with everything going on, it would feel pretty freaking miraculous if you survived. It is Shepard’s final battle, and nothing else she does could possible top it. Her story is over, and she finally gets to rest in peace. I think taking that route is ballsy, especially in a role playing game, and I respect the shit out of it.

That being said, I would have loved a fairy tale option where you defeat the reapers and survive without killing EDI and the Geth. I think it’s not having that option that people dislike. Because in Dragon Age: Origins, perhaps my favorite bioware game, there are four possible endings the the main character only dies on one of them. Having that options peaks the curiosity much more than having only one survival option. Which is destroy all synthetic life in the universe. Of course, you have to play multiplayer or buy the app to be able to get enough power to survive.

My favorite ending is synthesis. For me, it makes the most sense and Shepard dying completes the epic. I don’t want  Shepard to die, and I can’t handle any romance goodbye scene. But it’s too ballsy for me not to love it.

Basically, while i would have liked to see more survival options and the option for that fairy tale endings, I kind of love that most of the options result in Shepard’s death, because that’s just what kind of war this is.

Good day, sirs.

Freakin’ Avatar


I do not geekgasm about Avatar. Avatar the blue people, not Avatar the air bender. The air bender is my absolute favorite. The blue people? Not so much.

Yet, I’ve found that the majority of people I talk to love this movie. And I can understand why. Almost.

A lot of it comes from how much I hate James Cameron. I think he’s a self obsessed asshole. That being said, he’s a brilliant visual director. One of the best I’ve ever seen. I wouldn’t mind his cocky-ness there.. It’s be annoying, sure, but generally well deserved. My problem with him is how uppity he gets about his stories, talking about them like they’re breaking bounds or something, when in reality they’re paint-by-number seen-it-before type things. I’ve seen his biggest asshole-ness coming from Avatar and Titanic. And I can’t handle it.

The story in Avatar is not original. I’m not saying it has to be, but he treats it like he’s the first one who came up with the idea of a soldier going to meets some native enemies and joining them instead of destroying them. Many people treat it like that, actually. I want to hit them. Because there is nothing revolutionary about the story in Avatar. The revolution is the imagery! The cinematography! Both are perfect. But it blew up into this giant, terrible, monstrous thing and James Cameron thought it’s be okay to give an acceptance speech in Na-vee.

And the rock they couldn’t find was called unobtainium.

Let me break that down for you. Un-obtainium. Un-obtain-ium. Freaking unobtainium.

I can’t even handle it.

And you know as well as I that I’ve reached the point of no return when I start complaining about the name of the rock.

Well. What did you think about Avatar? Yay or nay? Agree or disagree? Let me know, and have a nice day.

My Favorite Video Game

Why, look, another Geekgasm post! The prompt: My favorite video game.

I am something of a gamer. Most of my attention going to role playing games, or otherwise big-story games. I love The Elder Scrolls and Assassin’s Creed, L.A. Noir and Mass Effect, but my all time favorite game?


I love the whole series, in fact. Although the second game was not nearly as good as the first, I remain loyal to my favorite series. Here’s why.

The Story

No matter the execution, the story to each game is fabulous.

In the first game, Dragon Age: Origins, you become something known as a Grey Warden – warriors who use a taint in their blood to hunt Darkspawn. The Grey Wardens have been gathering to fight the Blight, the Darkspawn (led by a high dragon) attacking the surface and destroying everything in their wake. When the king is betrayed, and all but two Grey Wardens slaughtered, it is up to you and the other remaining Warden to gather an army, reunited your country, and stop the Blight.

One of the great things about this game, is you get to choose between three races: a human, an elf, or a dwarf. From there, there are six possible origin stories you could play through: a human or elvin mage, a human noble, a city elf, a dalish elf, dwarf noble, or dwarf casteless. Each is a unique story, and determines how many other characters will perceive you throughout most of the game. For example, if you’re in elf, when you’re at Ostagar (the Grey Warden camp) more than one person will assume you’re just a servant, which leads to some interesting dialogue. Or, if you’re a human noble, you have the option to take the throne. Stuff like that.

(The canon story: You are a dalish elf, you make Alistair king, and you die killing the Archdemon)


Origins also have some great downloadable content, my favorite being Dragon Age: Awakening. This story follows your Warden (or you could make a new character, if you like) after the events of Origins, as the new Grey Warden commander seeking to rebuild the Wardens. In this one, it adds layers to the Darkspawn story as the Darkspawn have begun to orchestrate ambushes, organized attacks that were previously unheard of. Some of them can even talk. And you have to get to the bottom of it. It’s really cool.


The second game, simply titled Dragon Age II, while questionable in its execution, also has a really awesome story. The story follows a voiced character, Hawke. There are way less options in this game, as Hawke can only be human and always have the same origin story and one of two possible endings (as opposed to four in the first game). But, unlike the first game (which takes place over about a year), this game takes place over seven years and segues into the larger issue for the entire series: The conflict between the mages (witches) and the templars (their keepers).

This game starts at about the same time as Origins. Hawke and his/her family is fleeing their home in Lothering (a town destroyed toward the start of DA:O). They are fighting their way out, trying to find somewhere safe, perhaps a way out of Ferelden. They manage to get to a ship, and find themselves in Kirkwall, a place that used to be a center of slave trade for the Tevinter Imperium (a country run by mages). In the first act, Hawke is poor and trying to find a way to support his/her family. They get themselves attached to an expedition into the deep roads (with the help of Varric Tethras) where they are trapped by Varric’s asshole brother. You fight your way out of the deepraods, and come out filthy stinkin rich. Act II is what really starts to set up the main conflict, although it is masked behind the conflict of the Quanari, a horned race in the world of DA. A group of Qunari are ‘stranded’ in Kirkwall, and you spend this part of the game figuring out what’s going on and enjoy an epic boss battle toward the end. We emerge into Act III, and you are the Champion of Kirkwall. The mage/templar conflict is getting way out of hand and you have to try some way to resolve it. No matter what you do, it doesn’t work and you have to pick a side. In the end, Hawke is either the leader of Kirkwall or a fugitive. The former doesn’t last, as we find out at the start of the game, Hawke is missing.

Oh yeah. The whole story of DA2 is told after the fact. Cassandra, a Seeker for the Chantry (basically, the main church which the templars answer to), brings in Varric (epic dwarven bard) to tell her what really happened around the Champion the Kirkwall so they can find him/her and attempt to stop the war that is about to break out. So that’s cool.

(Canon: Hawke is a mage, romance with Isabella, side with the mages)


This one hasn’t actually come out yet, but the gameplay looks beautiful and the story sounds awesome.

A cataclysmic event has plunged the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons now darken the sky, casting a shadow of terror over a once-peaceful kingdom. Mages have broken into an all-out war against the oppressive Templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos – your choices will forever change the Dragon Age.

In this one, it has been heavily hinted that you will meet Hawke and the Warden somewhere in the game, and you will have the option to play as a human, an elf, a dwarf, or a qunari (rumored). Also, Varric will be returning as a companion!

The Companions

In these games, you have a group of people who go with you and help you with these. these are you companions. You can build friendships or rivalries with them, do their personal quests and, in some cases, you may have the option to kill them, as only a couple of them are required.


These are most of the possible companions in DA:O. From left to right:

Oghren, drunken dwarven warrior. Leliana, bard, former assassin, former chantry sister (similar to a nun). Morrigan, apostate (mage who isn’t tied to the chantry – this is illegal). Sten, qunari. The Warden as a dwarf. The Warden’s Dog. Alistair, Grey Warden, former templar, royal bastard. Wynn, circle mage. Zevran, city elf, assassin. Shale, it’s kind of hard to explain what she is. She used to be a dwarf.

While you have relationships with your companions, they also have relationships with each other. For example, Morrigan and Alistair hate each other. Sten seems particularly fond of your dog. Zevran and Oghren have a beautiful friendship (by beautiful, I mean funny). Stuff like that.


The companions of DA:A. From left the right: Oghren, again (this time as a warden). Nathaniel Howe, the son of one of the bad guys in Origins. Ser Gilmore & Dog (I believe this is a mod for PC). The Warden Commander. Valenna, dalish elf. Sigrun, dwarf. Justice, a spirit from the fade possessing a corpse. Anders, a runaway mage turned Grey Warden.

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Companions for DA2. From left to right:

Fenris, former Tevinter slave hiding from his former master. Isabella, sexual pirate queen. Varric and his chest hair, dwarven bard. Aveline, former warrior in the Ferelden army, now guard captain in Kirkwall. Male mage Hawke. Carver, Hawkes brother (if Hawke isn’t a mage, the companions with be Bethany, Hawkes mage sister). Merril, former Dalish elf, blood mage (blood magic is illegal). Anders, except posssed by the spirit of justice and no longer any fun at all. Sebastian, prince of Starkhaven.

The companions are easily the best part of DA2. Their stories with each other and with Hawke are just lovely. Varric has a nickname for every one of them, and often meets Fenris or Anders (separately – they hate each other) for cards. If you don’t romance Fenris or Isabella, they’ll get with each other.

Many of them appeared in Origins or Awakening. In DA:O, you meet Isabella in the whorehouse in Denerim. She’s an old friend of Zevran’s. Merril appears in the first game if you do the Dalish elf origin, as she is the first to the keeper of the Warden’s clan. Anders and justice are, of course, in Awakening. Alistair, Zevran, and Leliana also have brief appearances in this game.

And we can’t forget the honorary companions.

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Sandal and Bodahn Feddic. Dwarven merchants who have appeared in every single one of the games so far. They are expected to return for the third game.

The Mystery

There are a ton of unanswered questions throughout this series, most of them revolving around something to do with mages. For example, after the events of the first game, Morrigan runs off. If you have the DLC Witch Hunt, you can go looking for her. When you find her, she alludes to the world being on the ‘precipice of change’, and gestures to an unnamed object which she had left you. Even in the second game, we do not find out what this object is.

Another mystery revolved around Sandal, the savant. He is a rune crafter, though he could not function on his own. The mystery surrounding Sandal is original brought up in the first game. When you’re fighting your way to the Archdemon, just before you find it, you find Sandal alone in a room full of dead darkspawn, and he is covered in blood. Upon question him, he just says “Enchantment” excitedly. Toward the end of the first act in DA2, you, again, find sandal alone in a room full of dead Darkspawn, with an Ogre frozen solid (i think this happens twice in the second game). When you question him, he will say “Boom!” Then, referring to the frozen Ogre, says “Not enchantment” and runs off. Throughout the second game 9since he lives in your house for most of the game) you hear his chanting strange things, and whispering about a mean old woman who leave him alone.

Perhaps the greatest mystery in the whole series surround Flemeth, Morrigan’s mother.


In the first game, Flemeth pulls the warden and Alistair out of the burning tower and nurses them back to health. She is the sole reason they survive, and even sends Morrigan with them to make sure they succeed in stopping the blight. But, *spoiler alert*, you find out toward the end of the game that Flemeth sent her daughter to perform a ritual that would get Morrigan pregnant with a child who had the soul of an old god (basically, the kid would be unreasonably powerful). And it is very clear that Flemeth wants that baby. Knowing how Flemeth has expanded her lifespan, if she were to possess the child once it were trained, she would be unstoppable. *End spoiler*. In the second game, she rescues Hawke and his/her family, and is the only reason they survive long enough to get to the ship that takes them to Kirkwall. When she re-emerges in the first act, the talks about the precipice of change and the things that need to be done while the world is changing. Knowing this, we can expect her to return for the third game. it is still unclear whether she is a good guy or a bad guy – it is more likely she is neither.

The Romance

I am a dirty sap. In both the first and second game, there are four romance options (well, four romances you can complete). In the first game, the options are:

2j4378o Alistair: Bastard son of the late King (and brother to King Cailan).  He is a human warrior, a grey Warden, formerly a Templar, and  just an all around good guy. He’s not one to stand up for himself  (you can convince him to start doing that later in the game), and  likes to make jokes out of things. You can only romance Alistair if  you are female. The conflict in this romance is, if you make him  king, he might not be able to stay with you. Also, he’s a virgin. This  is a very sweet romance.

Morrigan_profileMorrigan: Apostate, daughter of the mysterious Flemeth, Morrigan is headstrong and slightly rude. She’s not very good at interacting with other people, but will value the Warden more than anything else. She always stands up for herself, even when it’s unclear if shes being attacked. You can only romance her if you are male. Her major conflict comes after the romance, in that she tries to run away, but the warden has the option to follow her. The sort of relationship you have with Morrigan is almost reluctant, but hugely sappy (like the Alistair romance).

Leliana Leliana: Former assassin and lay sister of the Chantry, Leliana can be in  a romance with either a male or female. She will actively seek a romance  with a female warden if they become close, but certain dialogue options  have to be taken if a male warden wants to be with her. I have not  actually done this romance, but it is just as sappy as they others. They’re  all sappy, really. The thing with Leliana is that it’s a bit less like a soap  opera, growing into something that is quite lovely.

Zevran_the_CrowZevran: This is my favorite romance in DA:O. Zevran was raised in  a whore house until he was seven, at which point he was purchased by the Crows, a group of assassins. You meet Zevran when the crows send him to kill you, and he fails. You have the option to kill him or bring him along. Zevran is a ton of fun, so i recommend bring him along. he can be romanced by either a male or female, as if pretty open about it. In this romance, every step of the way if your choice. He doesn’t even kiss you without asking first, making the nature of your relationship entirely up to you. The conflict here is that Zevran had been taught to crush feeling like love, so he is extremely reluctant to open up to the warden. When he does,  it’s just perfect.

All of these characters (save for Morrigan) have cameos in DA2. Morrigan appears in the trailer of Inquisition. When makes me very hopeful that the romance options in the second game will make appearances in the third game. Every romance in the second game can be with male or female Hawke, but it doesn’t always make sense for me. The second game options are:

IsabelaDAII Isabela: Sexual pirate queen. he romance is reminiscent of Zevran’s romance  in that she is super sexual and reluctant to open up the your character. She is  very fun, enjoys what she does, and struggles with doing the right thing.  Somewhere inside, she is a good person. She does not agree with any kind of  slavery, losing payment by freeing a group of slaves she was supposed to  deliver to other pirates. She’s very headstrong and won’t let a man control  her, but it also very aware of her appearance and sexuality and how much fun  it is to use it. If you are friends with her or in a romance with her she will  attempt to save your life in the second act, even though she risks her own life  by doing so. This is, by the way, my second favorite romance in DA2. it  makes sense with a male and a female. Some more on Isabella: She has a thing for elves (I know that feel) and she gets around. She and Zevran had a purely sexual relationship when he killed her husband, and pursues a similar kind of relationship with Fenris if neither of them have been romance by Hawke. She also had an encounter with Anders before he was possessed. When you meet her in DA:O, you have the option to have an orgy with her. Some weird things can happen in these games.


Merrill: A sweet and innocent young dalish elf, obsessed with restoring the lost history of her people, and a blood mage. Blood magic has a lot to do with talking to demons and things like that. It’s not very smart. despite that bit, the romance with Merrill is adorable. She blushes every time you flirt with her, and stumbles over her words when you are present. She is very wise, especially later in the romance, and can become a huge comfort for Hawke. I did this romance with a female Hawke, and it felt very strange. The Merrill romance feels very natural with male Hawke, especially.

Andersedited Anders: The Anders romance actually felt more natural for me when I did it  with male Hawke. This romance is a completely unapologetic soap opera  sap fest, since Anders is off-his-ass insane. Since he let Justice possess him,  Justice was twisted into a spirit of Vengeance, and it became very unclear  where Anders ended and Vengeance began. but it’s kind of one of those  things where, if you flirt with Anders once, he’s completely in love with you.  he’s like a puppy half the time. Even after what happens in act 3, he will get  so excited if you decided to keep him around and can even be persuaded  with fight against the mages at the end . Which is big, because he’s a mage  activist. If you side with the templars at the end, you will have to kill him  unless you get him to help you. Which is very easy if you’re in a romance.  Because, again, he’s a puppy.

Fenris_closeFenris: This is my favorite romance in both of the DA games so far. Fenris is a broody elf with a fantastic voice and, oddly enough, perfect puppy dog eyes. He is an escaped slave from Tevinter, has a slightly logical aversion (animosity) toward mages, and has a nasty habit of crushing people’s hearts with his bare hands. Like Isabela (who is always at the bar when she’s not in your party) Fenris has a bit of a drinking problem, I think. When he needed to throw something, all he had is alcohol and he takes a swig first. He’s also very fun to talk to when he’s drunk. Because he, you know, smiles. He has no recollection of his past, as it was all wiped away when his master put those lyrium tattoos on him (they’re basically magic tattoos – they allow him to basically be a ghost on the battlefield and are constantly burning). He is very angry. Just, at everything. And he’s reluctant to let anyone get close. No matter what you do, he will leave you in the second act because he’s stupid (leave the romance, not the party), but you can get him back in the third act after the confrontation with his former master. The one word I would use to describe this romance: Passionate. Perhaps, very passionate.

I have beat both of these games multiple times, and in both games have had to get a second xbox profile to cheat the character limit. The third game comes out in fall of 2014, and it will likely cause me to flunk out of school. I will have no regrets.

The Fair Haired Child

It is day 14 of the 30 Day Geekgasm, and I am slightly ashamed from my lack of posting and the unfortunate truth that i started this in October and I have done a grand total of 14 days. Seeing as final are over and I have two weeks off from school, I plan to remedy that. Anywho, it’s time to bring it forth from obscurity!

The Fair Haired Child


I cannot tell you why I like this movie so much. (Actually, it’s a self contained episode of a TV show, but, you know, whatever). Perhaps the stop-go animated creep ass in the basement, the creepy cello player, or the part when I think I decided to love this movie: there is no fanfare when the man kidnaps the girl. He hits her with his car. It’s brilliant.

Here, have a synopsis:

A warlock couple abduct a young teenage girl to sacrifice her to a mysterious and evil entity as an offering to resurrect their long-dead boy.

And their long-dead boy is the cutie in the picture above. Basically, they’ve been trying to cement his resurrection and, in order to do that, they have to kill a certain number of people as sacrifice. So while he’s in sort of limbo-life, every night he turns into that ridiculous thing up there, with the idea being that he kills the people while he’s a monster. He does not enjoy this, and he likes the girl they throw at him. So a revolt occurs, shit gets really weird for a minute, and then he’s alive again.

It’s just wonderful.

I haven’t seen any other episode of this show, and i don’t feel like I need to. This one, at least, was on Netflix instant the last time I checked. Go watch it.


Comic Quotes

This is, indeed, another Geekgasm post. I’d like to share with you some of my favorite quotes from some of my favorite comics. Enjoy!

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The Sandman had gone to his grave without one grain of faith in the future. And the saddest part was… he was far from alone. With each passing day, hope for tomorrow has become more precious a commodity among every day folk. Still, I tried to keep the faith… and hew to the scriptures. According to the word of God, the meek would someday inherit the earth. Someday. But God never accounted for the mighty.

I love this comic, and I love all of the narration. There’s a lot to it. This one is pretty representative. And, I mean, come on. God never accounted for the mighty. What.

Red Son

I offered them Utopia, but they fought for the right to live in Hell.

This is utter perfection. And you know what? It just gets better.

Batman: a force of chaos in my world of perfect order. The dark side of the Soviet dream. Rumored to be a thousand murdered dissidents, they said he was a ghost. A walking dead man. A symbol of rebellion that would never fade as long as the system survived.

Anarchy in black.


I will not apologize for the size of this picture.

Go read this comic. Please.

Weapon X

Not really much to quote here. Have a picture!

This is basically the comic.

This is basically the comic.

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I’ve quoted The Crow before, and I’m going to keep quoting The Crow.

Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children.

Abashed the Devil stood and felt how awful goodness is.

Sergeant Albrecht: Move and you’re dead.
Eric: I’m dead, and I move.

The last one just sort of makes me laugh. I put some of the deeper ones in that other blog I’ve linked above.

So those are my quotes for the day. You’ll notice there is no Batman. Why? Because all his quotes get their own blog. Good day.


I have stumbled upon many a fanfiction in my time. Some of them are so bad I can’t even handle it, filled with pairings I could never ship, AU characters that may as well be called OCs and so many authors placing themselves in the story I momentarily lose my faith in humanity.

But some of them are really good. Or just crazy enough to work. So I’m going to pop over to and pick out some of the fanfiction, in no particular order, that I have called my favorite. Enjoy.

1. Blue’s Clues. Yes, indeed. Blue’s Clues. I couldn’t find it (I didn’t really look for it), but I swear to you this is true. At one point in my life, I found a Blue’s Clues fanfiction on this website. It was a love story between Blue and Periwinkle. There were two. One of them was smutty, because some people have severe mental problems, and the other one was slightly adorable and i don’t know why it isn’t it my favorites because i carried it around for like two hours making people read it.

2. Fly By Twilight. There’s this whole series of Twilight/Maximum Ride crossovers called Fly By Twilight, and I quite enjoy them. While, in the end, I don’t particularly love Twilight or Maximum Ride, there’s something pretty epic about that series. Like, that’s how you fanfiction, bro.

3. Star Pupil. This is a Glee one. Again, I’ve lost the majority of my original love for Glee (I will always love the first season, and the second season is good too) but I really like this one. It’s actually a very well written and totally emotional piece about Kurt and his mom, but with an action-y (and science fiction-y in the sequel) twist because I’m weird.

4. The Wicked One. This is one of my major favorites, a Teen Titans fanfic focusing on Kyd Wykkyd. he’s my favorite and I don’t know why. Seriously, when I originally watched the show I latched on to Jericho and Kyd Wykkyd even thought they really didn’t do much. Even though the sixth season was going to go into Jericho’s story but you know it’s whatever. Anyway. It’s a really cool look at friendship and what it really means to be a hero and stuff like that. I love it so much and dear lord there’s a sequel.

5. It Happened in the Village. Another  Twilight one. I think i enjoy reading Twilight fiction more than Twilight. A bit of a guilty pleasure. A lot of a guilty pleasure. Don’t judge me. This one follows the witch twins through their childhood in the 800s. it hasn’t been updated in a year, but I got 9 incredibly interesting chapters. It’s a really good one.

6. Destiny. Decisions. These two are also Twilight and they involve romance with Alec. That’s as much as I’m telling you because I’m already slightly embarrassed, but also honest. And, honestly, I like the idea of Alec quite a bit.

7. (im)Perfect. Because I’m a dirty sap. It’s Adventure Time. It’s about Marshal Lee and Gumball, because I appreciate them. So yeah.

7. Lifetime. Okay. My nerd is showing. This is a SuperWho fanfiction. Sorry, not SuperWhoLock. I can only handle so much at once. Anyway, this one is actually really cool because it mostly focuses on the 10th Doctor, and how he meets Sam and Dean (but mostly Dean) at different points throughout their  lives. They tend to meet out of order. It’s very well put together, and quite interesting. That chapter aren’t too long either. So it’s just really cool so far.

Yeah. Those are the fanfictions I like. I feel slightly naked. Goodbye now.