Every tale has an ending but the ending of one tale is only the beginning of another (Adventure) El Hazard: The Magnificent World.
Life is a battle against destiny. Can a young boy escape the past? Can a young woman become what she is not? Will a man be able to redeem a bloody sin committed long ago? When the origins of a mighty magician's power is revealed, can he keep his life, his sanity, or even his soul?
And caught in the middle, a woman who thinks she knows everyone's secret is about to be destroyed by her ignorance Original story.
Sora, Donald and Goofy are traveling between the worlds when they find their gummi ship being forced to an unexpected destination. (Adventure) Kingdom Hearts.
Kingdom Hearts Extra — The Hall of Lost Heroes
Welcome to Serenity University! The tuition is low, the credit cap high, the courses far-ranging, and the people are friendly there's just a catch or two, naturally (Comedy) Original story.
What were the secrets we all held..? What were the mysteries we all knew..? Let us tell you through our own eyes (Introspective vignettes) Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shattered Reflections
A Slayers/Ranma crossover that I wrote simply to see if I could do it with an acceptable plot device. To my surprise, it's actually quite good!
As for the rest Well, look at the two main titles and guess the rest. Watch Amelia hit on Ryouga! Shiver as Naga the White Serpent and Kodachi the Black Rose clash! Gasp as Ranma asks Xelloss a question, and gets a straight answer! Stand with one foot in a bucket and hop as the author laughs in amusement! This story's got it all! (Comedy/ Adventure) Slayers/ Ranma ½ crossover.
Shadowrunners need time off too, and when they want to go out for the night, they head for their favorite Bar and Grill for food, drink and stories you can't hear anywhere else. (Introspective) Shadowrun / various crossover.
What is the border between fantasy and reality? Are what we consider bedtime stories simply windows into another dimension? Are authors inadvertent gods, creating and destroying without ever coming to know that what they write of is real? That where they write of exists? That who they write of breathe even as they do? How true are the words printed on a page, or carved onto a stone tablet, or spoken to a audience enraptured by the verbal tapestry spun by the tale's teller? And what happens if just one thing, just one character, was to differ from what was recorded on those pages or stone tablets or listeners' memories? Would the rest of the story change too? How much would it change? (Adventure) Fushigi Yuugi.
A visitor from the future comes to Nerima looking for a cure to a botched magic spell, and promises that the cure will work for the Ranma cast as well. (Adventure) Ranma ½ / Original crossover .
Eight Months in Nerima
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