(Revised) Zako's Spy - Ch 1 (SDGF)
The Mechanical Doll
The sun shown brightly in the sky, clouds dancing around the golden disk. A gentle breeze blew by, stirring the sand around into the air. A man wandered the desert, a renowned scientist. A young robotic girl followed him, her lifeless sapphire-colored eyes staring at the sky blankly. No matter how perfect she seemed, something was still missing from her, but what?
"You have failed once again Zapper! I will not tolerate any more disappointment!" the Commander yelled at the leader of the Neotopia mission, his remote controlled lasers firing at the robot’s feet.
"I’m sorry sir! Those gundams ruined my plan, had this idiot and they not been there it would’ve worked!" Grappler explained, cautiously avoiding the lasers.
"What was that you piece of scrap metal?!!" Zapper retorted at the ally’s comment.
"Enough!" the Commander shouted to silence the bickering, "You two are incapable of taking Neotopia for the General. Neither of you wil
SDGF x WWII Theory
So, I'm sure everyone knows what happened in World War II (or so I hope). Three countries sought to pretty much take over the world with a single superior race, but were stopped by the Allies.
About a half a year ago, I was talking to ThisMechaJunkie (AKA: Kora) on some sort of chatroom (I think it was Facebook, I don't remember) about SD Gundam Force. If you don't know what SDGF is, it is basically a mecha anime using cell-shaded 3 dimensinal models. In the series itself are two sides: The Gundam Force and The Dark Axis. Both consist of allies from the three main dimensions mentioned in the series; that being Neotopia, Lacroa, and Ark.
This is when I had noticed something. With the Axis Powers, two of the countries - that being Germany and Japan - were extremely powerful. Germany had an amazingly strong military force and had hundreds if not thousands of people at disposal, no matter the age of the individual. Japan would never surrender, until the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a
A Christmas To Remember -SDGF Oneshot-
Snow fluttered around the city of Neotopia ever so gently, landing softly on the frozen ground without even the slightest sound. The Christmas season was anticipated by all, many eagerly waited for eve to fade into day with time's never changing pace. The ice Kitsune, Koorime Yuki, was especially happy for this year. Ever since Kibaomaru lead the Dark Axis into her small village and destroyed it, she was alone for the holiday. However, this year was different. After wandering around the different worlds for 3 years, she'd finally found others who had dealt with similar problems and that had befriended her. There was one person in particular she admired the most; the kind prince of the Terian Kingdom, Shikimi Mikuru. He had saved her from being killed shortly after she fled her village, even when she was a complete stranger.
"He's just so nice to me..." the kitsune muttered quietly to herself, lost in her own thoughts as she gazed out one of the many windows the S.D.G. base had, watchin
Bleach OC - Tenshi Minamino
Name: Tenshi Minamino
Age: Appears 16
Weight: 110 lbs
Skin Tone: VERY fair
Eye color: Dark Red
Hair: Silver, shoulder length, choppy, layered
Uniform: Basic shinigami uniform
Accessory: Black ribbon on the right side of her head tied just above her ear
Affiliation: Soul Reapers
Friends: Hanataro, Momo, Ichigo, Rukia
Crush: Hanataro Yamada
Enemies: Aizen, hollows, the Espada
Meaning: Sleeping Priestess
Appearance: A black ferret with silver eyes and a crescent-like mark on it's forehead
Human Form: Unknown (Will be updated later)
Personality: Strict, organized, calm, cold at times but can be kind when needed
Kage's Mary-Sue-Gary-Stu Test
Kage is only a little like you. He isn't really very cool: he blends into crowds, he hangs out on the fringes at parties, and wearing shades after dark makes him run into things. There's never been anything special about him that he could see; boy, is he in for a surprise. He's got no emotional scars to speak of. And he's gotten no slack from you.
In general, you care deeply about Kage, but you're smart enough to let him stand on his own, without burdening him with your personal fantasies or propping him up with idealization and over-dramatization. Kage is a healthy character with a promising career ahead of him.