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YO! I don't write, but I do read. A lot. My fav list has almost every fic I've read, many of them not the best, but still caught interest. I usually review based on both emotion and technique.


"Anime taught me a lot of lessons, and gave me wisdom, simply because it gave moral points that my mind debated. Lelouch taught about peace, and what it takes to grasp it, what you may have to become, and the lines that blur. Aizen taught about God, and what God truly represents. Light and L taught about Justice, and what the line of it is. Madara, Pain, Naruto, they taught about human nature. All of these have made me and numerous others wiser, smarter. Anime isn't a waste of time. It never was." - KuriballFTW6

"To understand the female mind is just too troublesome and that the only thing more troublesome then trying to understand the female mind is the female in question you are trying to understand." - VFSNAKE

"You don't write traditional fantasy without first reading the likes of Tolkien, Howard, and Jordan. You don't write horror without reading King. You don't write crap without first reading Twilight. So it's best to wait until I read the work of a master before I start this." - Advent of Shadow

Some Interesting Things...

"Ah, force all students to drop out of highschool via means of evolving their individual persona beyond the capacity of the schools learning facilities forcing them into a self imposed self study that could easily consume the whole of their lives but at the same time causing them to become masters of their individual arts and ultimately making the world a better place and potentially destroying the public school system as we know it by creating an era of geniuses, now that is interesting." - Jonathan Hartis (based on Denpa Kyoushi)


Prologue (Poem)
When the war of the beasts brings about the world's end
The goddess descends from the sky
Wings of light and dark spread afar
She guides us to bliss, her gift everlasting

Act I (Poem)
Infinite in mystery is the gift of the goddess
We seek it thus, and take to the sky
Ripples form on the water's surface
The wandering soul knows no rest.

Act II (Poem)
There is no hate, only joy
For you are beloved by the goddess
Hero of the dawn, Healer of worlds

Dreams of the morrow hath the shattered soul
Pride is lost
Wings stripped away, the end is nigh

Act III (Poem)
My friend, do you fly away now?
To a world that abhors you and I?
All that awaits you is a somber morrow
No matter where the winds may blow

My friend, your desire
Is the bringer of life, the gift of the goddess

Even if the morrow is barren of promises
Nothing shall forestall my return

Act IV (Poem)
My friend, the fates are cruel
There are no dreams, no honor remains
The arrow has left the bow of the goddess

My soul, corrupted by vengeance
Hath endured torment, to find the end of the journey
In my own salvation
And your eternal slumber

Legend shall speak
Of sacrifice at world's end
The wind sails over the water's surface
Quietly, but surely

Act V (Poem)
Even if the morrow is barren of promises
Nothing shall forestall my return
To become the dew that quenches the land
To spare the sands, the seas, the skies
I offer thee this silent sacrifice

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