The Living Force
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Date:2013-02-01 17:14
Subject:Medication Makes the World Go Fuzzy...
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Mood: silly

In which I am NEVER, EVER allowed to post or write stories while under the influence of medication.  Especially antibiotics.  I have no freaking idea what the hell I've written in the past two weeks.  The only coherent type of story I had written was mostly finished before I started antibiotics.  Luckily, I think it posted without the expectation of going off the deep end.  ^_^

-S.

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Date:2013-01-01 21:29
Subject:2013 New Year Resolutions
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Mood: amused

Goals to accomplish for 2013 in the fanfic world!

1. Post 2 new fanfics during the year
2. Complete either Leaving Earth or Dreamer of Fears by year's end
3. Start rewrite/outline process for an old unfinished/finished fic (pre-2007)

Probably adding more if I feel like it, but I think this will be a more sedate year than last year since I finished Apotheosis.

-S.

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Date:2012-12-31 23:40
Subject:2012 New Year Resolution Update!
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Mood: accomplished

So here's what I had for my 2012 New Year's Resolutions:

[Shadow Chaser's 2012 New Year's Resolutions:

1. Finish Assassin's Creed: Apotheosis before release date of Assassin's Creed 3 (TBA November)
2. Write two new fics for any fandom
3. Start the rewrite process for Star Wars: Lusankya
4. Have consistent updates for in-progress fanfics once Apotheosis is completed]


What I've accomplished this past year:

1. Finished Apotheosis, but did not finish before the release date of AC3 - partially due to bad timing with a hurricane/superstorm that hit my area and partially because I encountered a giant writer's block around that time.  I did however, end up posting the final chapter on the day of the "world ending" - Dec. 21st.  ^_^  [Status: Accomplished]
2. Wrote a one-shot fic for Sherlock and also started a fic for Mass Effect 3 because I hated the original ending.  I still dislike the DLC extended ending, but that's for other posts.  [Status: Accomplished]
3. Did not even get near this.  [Status: Failed]
4. Sort of?  Apotheosis was finished very late, so I don't know if this counts...  [Status: Semi-Accomplished]

-S.

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Date:2012-09-20 18:42
Subject:...Err...I'm back?
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Mood: busy

Wow, it's been a while since my last entry.  Went to Comic-Con this year, been having a massive writer's block, and generally catching up on video games before the next "season" of games comes out in the fall.  Will hopefully begin posting random thoughts and musings again soon.

-S.

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Date:2012-06-29 01:00
Subject:Updates!
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Mood: content

Health has been improving lately so I've gone back to writing fanfics with hopefully regular updates coming forth.  However, I will take at least two weeks off in July because of a special trip.  I usually don't make convention announcments until it's over (partially I don't like to be stalked), but I will be at San Diego Comic Con this year, not as a participant, but as a con-goer.

I may get time to write in fanfics in the hotel room while I'm there, but I'm pretty much thinking that I won't be.  I will however, be squeeing my way through favorite actors and voice actors and the like.  Tee hee.

^_^

-S.

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Date:2012-05-24 14:52
Subject:In other news...
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Mood: confused

I will continue that thread I was working on a few weeks ago - but in other news...

I know I've been slacking in the fanfic posting department - it's due partially to me working on costumes for San Diego Comic Con (2 costumes at once), real life getting in the way, Mass Effect 3 multiplayer (horribly addicted), and just discovering Gundam 00 for the first time two days ago.  The fanfic updates hopefully will come by this weekend - but we shall see...Gundam 00 is currently engaging me (even though I just finished Episode 5).  I kind of like Setsuna and Lockon, but then again, I do have a slight voice actor obsession (Shinichiro Miki does Lockon's voice!!!  Yay!!!).

Yeah.  I think I'm ready to wade back into the shallows end of the pool of anime.  Not quite ready to dive into the deep end, but the shallows may be a good place to get my feet wet.  My last one I saw was either Code Geass R2 or Season 1 of Kuroshitsuji...take your pick (and still utterly wigged out that Maaya Sakamoto did Ciel Phantomhive's voice).  So anyways, I decided to wade back into Gundam 00 purely for the fact that I discovered Tohru Furuya voiced a villain of all people in this series.  The guy does not DO villains.  The guy does heroes.  Amuro Ray, Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Kamen...you name it.

F---king Ribbons Almark.  :D

-S.

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Date:2012-04-19 17:58
Subject:Authors on Fanfiction
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Mood: amused

http://flavorwire.com/281936/abusing-the-people-of-westeros-famous-authors-on-fan-fiction?all=1

Next question: Where do I find a publisher for my up-coming novel that competes against five-million others?  Being a fanfic author myself, I find it as a way to improve my writing while I'm waiting for my stuff to be published.  That said, we shall see when I end up getting published.  But it is a way for me to improve as evident on fanfiction.net if you search Shadow Chaser.  Go see the horrible, horrible works of 2000-2003 and there is a marked difference after 2003-2006.  2007-present is my best work so far.

-S.

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Date:2012-04-19 17:51
Subject:Sherlock Season 2!!!
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Mood: silly

I've already seen Sherlock Season 2 when it premiered in the U.K. this past January, but that doesn't mean I'm not excited for the U.S. premiere.  Just found out it will start on May 6th on local PBS stations.  Woot!  DVD/Blu Ray is coming out May 22nd so double woot!

-S.

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Date:2012-04-16 01:31
Subject:The Start of Writing - Part 1
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Mood: awake

I was asked a question today: Why do I spend so much time writing?

Most of the people my life know I write for fun, write to relieve stress, write to generally give myself a mini-ego boost at times (any author, any, including fanfic or otherwise who tell you that they don't write for ego-boost is lying).  I also tell others that I write so I can improve and hopefully someday, someday publish a novel.  Whether it's in E-format or otherwise remains to be seen - but that's not the point of this post.

This got me to thinking how I started writing.  Before, my first "fanfic" or rather, "story" was a poorly conceived Mary Sue that had the hallmark of everything wrong in a story.  It was in Star Wars too, shortly after finishing reading the Young Jedi Knights series.  Anyways, I wrote that because I thought it would have been totally cool and awesome to be a Jedi fighting along side Jaina, Jacen, and the others.  Yeah...moving on.  I still have that story in hard copy and got a A- from class from it which was pretty good and gave me a boost to maybe continue writing.

My next step was a re-imaging of a Greek myth and it so happened that I had recently fallen in love with the TV series Young Hercules (yes I am dating myself at this point - leave me alone).  For that class, I ended up writing an 8-page MS Word story regarding Artemis, battles, and something about a war with lots of people dying left and right.  Dunno where that violent tendency came from - but I recognized that it sort of became my hallmark.  And also made me realize that I wanted to write intricate plots and visual battles.  My teacher gave me an A+ for that assignment and said that my beta and I (who had also wrote a similiar story but ended up killing all of the characters), had a future in writing.

By then, I decided that I was going to go write stories because I could and started to come up with plots I could use.  I mostly focused on "what if this..." and plots related to what if something changed or there was an alternate universe situation that could happen.  I ventured towards Ronin Warriors since it was a favorite when I first started.  Before that, I started to read fics and I'll admit, pulled a few plot lines to reuse as my own.  I was inspired by the whole "Next Generation" "New Generation" thing going on and had no idea what the difference was between Yoroiden Samurai Troopers and Ronin Warriors were.  I now have a deeper appreciation and like YST a lot more than Ronin Warriors.  I decided that I wanted a visual writing style and so started to try to write where one would "see" the weapon being wielded.

Here's where I highly recommend that one get actual weapons training or some kind of combat training, martial arts, anything, before writing any battles.  I look back now and the stories I wrote before I actually had martial arts training are so laughable that they're utterly stupid.  They're so "Hollywood" style that it's not even proper to stage a fight with what I had written.  But back then, I thought I was the shit.  I was so awesome as a writer and the praise given to me made my ego swell like a balloon.  No one, literally, no one flamed me or told me it sucked.  I kind of wish they did in hindsight.  It wasn't until much, much later, when I moved from Ronin Warriors, to Gundam Wing, to Escaflowne, that I realized, I had created a Mary Sue.  Ugh.  The bane of all fanfic writers.

So how did I realize that and what changed?  Part 2 coming soon...

-S.

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Date:2012-04-05 19:03
Subject:Bioware Releasing Mass Effect 3 Ending DLC
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Mood: anxious

Well, it looks like it's official:

http://blog.bioware.com/2012/04/05/mass-effect-3-extended-cut/

My thoughts: Err...yay?

At least Bioware proves they really care about the fans and feedback and that they have listened.  Now here's to hoping that it's not a rainbow-happy-puppies ending.  That would be utterly shitty.  The release date is summer 2012...and it's going to be free.  I'm glad that it will be free because I paid too much for this series to end like this.  I mean seriously all 3 Collectors Editions sitting on my shelf is enough for me to go broke.

In other news...I hope Ubisoft won't break my heart like they did with god-awful Assassin's Creed: Revelations' WTF-ery.  Almost everything (minstrel section not included) about that game just...was one big disappointment.  But I don't really care about that because of the knowledge that they will finish Desmond's journey in AC3 out in late October.  Oh...Avengers is out in less than month.  WOOOOOOT.

-S.

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Date:2012-04-04 12:59
Subject:Mass Effect 3 - The Ending I Finally Got
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Mood: satisfied

So I took my time with my 2nd playthrough of Mass Effect 3 (and subsequently did a 3rd playthrough - Renegade/Bad Choices at the same time) and finally finished it this past weekend.  I've also made sure that I did some multiplayer to boost up my Readiness Rating so when I finally hit the Cronos Station Mission/Priority: Earth missions, I was able to pretty much achieve a decent FMVs and ending (the one where Shepard lives after you Destroy the Reapers).

I have to say...I'm somewhat satisfied now.  I still don't like the endings that much, but at this point, I think if Bioware ends up tweaking the endings to the point of hearts and rainbows, I'll be pissed off even more.  The controversy surrounding the endings has blown way out of proportion in my opinion.  At least it's getting the media news it deserves, but just some of the rhetoric from both sides (those who think we are 'entitled' gamers, and those who think we paid too much money for a crappy ending) is enough to make me want Bioware to NOT release a DLC, but rather just issue an apology, that's it.

I mean, isn't that what fanfiction is for?  To create your own alternate universe head!canon where in your own world all is right?  I certainly think so and have written an alternate ending option to support my own head!canon.  I mean come on...think about it.  Fanfics were created so that people can get the ending or scenario they wanted.

Simple as that.

-S.

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Date:2012-03-13 11:48
Subject:Mass Effect 3 Thoughts/Review
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Mood: frustrated

The icon I used for this post pretty much sums up my feelings regarding Mass Effect 3.  I am two parts happy, one part kind of not amused.  Disappointed more like it, but I don't particularly hate the game.  I'm just...a little disappointed by how Bioware decided to end it.  Spoilers to follow if you have not finished the game for the whole damn series.  Will not be posting the rest of this under a cut because I want Bioware to hopefully stumble upon this.

I've always known that there was the option of some kind of "death" ending for Commander Shepard, that's Bioware's speciality.  But the fact that they created three "death" endings and pretty much nothing else (one of the endings at least has the option of Shepard living, but even that's subjective and I will get to that later in this post).  That's also how I see the Mass Effect universe - a dark place where survival is touch-and-go, but when you do survive, especially with all of the characters that you've come to love, it feels good.

Bioware has really outdone itself with this game.  I'm not going to rant about the Day One DLC like I did a previous post, but suffice to say, they've really outdone themselves.  The emotional content, the missions, quests, everything about the war with the Reapers and how characters react is spot-on for what I expect.  Every delivery of lines (exception is Diana Allers as I've come to find out in my 2nd playthrough) is well thought out, emotionally acted, and utterly perfect.  All of the betrayal, hope, and love that you've had for the characters, Shepard included, really comes full circle here.  The people that you feel closest to as Commander Shepard really do feel like comrades-in-arms or fellow soldiers depending on your play style.  I cried at certain parts (which I rarely do in video games, after all, it is a video game), because I did not see character deaths at certain points.  And then when there was the option for revenge, I gladly took it and had to pause my game to crow and run around the room screaming, "BOOYAH YOU FUCKING BASTARD!"

That was Kai Leng's death by the way that triggered that reaction.  And when my FemShep said coldly "That was for Thane you bastard!" as she stabbed Kai Leng, oh man, I was riding an emotional high.  Fuck yeah, that was for killing Thane, Kai Leng.  *coughs*  Anyways, I'm getting ahead of myself.  I usually play Paragon Shep, like to be the nice gal and all, but when that Renegade interrupt appeared...tee hee...all bets were off.

Anyways, the romance side quest really paid off for me - just seeing a three-game romance side quest come to its really heartfelt conclusion, not usually a big romance softie since I love my action, blood, guts, and gore, but just seeing it last for three games (and staying faithful to Kaidan for all three games), man, it was good to see that Bioware really put some thought into it.

Which makes me wonder how in holy hell did they drop the damn ball on the ending?  The end has three choices, all of them equally depressing, slightly understandable given the circumstances, but utterly cryptic at the same time.  I wanted a fourth option that said, "well, frak you, I'm going to just blow up the Citadel and this stupid weapon that obviously doesn't work Crucible."  I wish there was some more narrative regarding the Crucible instead of having to build it and send resources to it only to find out that all I got for my trouble through three games is which way I wanted Shepard to die.  I mean, Shepard lives in one of the endings, but you had to have over 4,000 points, which was not feasible unless one played multiplayer.

And...Bioware lied about that.  Well, Casey Hudson, but he lied.  He has said in countless interviews that it was possible to get the "golden" ending without multiplayer, but in my 2nd playthrough that I thought I would get extra bonuses if I imported a ME3 Shepard, it is looking like you can't get it without multiplayer.  Liar.  I think that disappoints me more than the depressing endings/lack of closure.  I mean, I like multiplayer and all and thought the co-op option was really great addition, but what if I wanted one of my Sheps NOT to have multiplayer?  I mean, I do have an offline account where my Sheps are sitting and waiting for their ME3 run, which means, they will not have multiplayer.  That's just bullshit.

Anyways, back to the endings.  I don't hate them, I'm just disappointed with the lack of closure.  Also, the weird scenario where Joker is racing through the mass relays to beat the destructive wave and ends up crash landing on the planet.  What bothers me about that part is that shouldn't Joker not be able to do that, I mean, he technically should have been in battle and not flying through hyperspace to outrun the destructive force.  I don't get it.  Also, there is no closure to the fate of the rest of the galaxy or crew.  I don't know if Bioware is planning to release more DLC, which I'm thinking that they might be, but the sheer fact that there is no text based closure, nothing to signify what happened to the rest of the Normandy's crew or the alien species that you've worked so hard to unify, is both jarring and disappointing.  For crying out loud, Dragon Age: Origins even had text based ending for every single one of the races and groups you've met as the Warden.  Even then you were able to import your game into a new DLC called Awakening, so there was no problem with the finality of the game.

It's my belief that if Bioware wanted to end Shepard's story, they should have at least had some kind of closure for Shepard's crew and everything he/she has done for the galaxy.  Not just leave us hanging with Shepard's death (?) and nothing else.

-S.

P.S. - I really like the music in the game though - very melodically sad, yet hauntingly hopeful.  Christopher Lennertz, not Clint Mansell, really outdid himself in some of the compositions (though I will give Mansell a great thumbs up for the track "Leaving Earth").

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Date:2012-03-10 17:29
Subject:Mass Effect 3 - The Ending I Want
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Mood: enthralled

Either Bioware was lying or there is some grain of truth to it.  Supposedly Bioware claims that you can get the "golden ending" for Cmdr. Shepard by not having to play multiplayer.  Well, I finished my first Shepard run-through this afternoon and I did not get the ending I wanted.

So, even the guide says that you have to re-import a ME3 Shepard playthrough and play it twice again to get the "golden ending."  The ending I want.

Let's hope that this is the golden ending.  Second playthrough commencing!

-S.

P.S. - Bioware really outdid themselves with this game - cinematically pretty, dialogue heavy, and action-packed.  Also, the romance and friend side quests/comments are beautifully scripted.  More on the review later...

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Date:2012-02-26 17:33
Subject:Fic Update and Misc
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Mood: devious

I've been horrible at updating Apotheosis in the past 3 weeks - mainly due to the ME3 demo coming out about 2 weeks ago and me finalizing my ME2 runs (including Insanity - which felt real good when I was done with it).  Anyways, I hope to at least finish a chapter and post it up by tomorrow before ME3 comes out.  Otherwise, don't expect any fic updates any time soon until probably late March or something.  Heh...

Starting March 6th I'm Commander Shepard and I'm taking back Earth.  Nyah, Reaper bitches...

-S.

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Date:2012-02-26 17:26
Subject:Mass Effect 3 - DLC - From Ashes
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Mood: apathetic

Honest to God, I actually don't really know how to feel about the latest news/reactions regarding Bioware's decision to release a Day One DLC called "From Ashes."  If you haven't heard by now, it features a very special teammate - one who is singularly central to the mysterious precusor race called the Protheans.

A Prothean teammate.

Anyways, the reactions from Bioware ranged from - this is available for Collector's Editions and you must pay $10 to download it if you get the Standard Edition of the game.  Then they said that the Prothean would have been featured already in some form of the game beforehand, just having this exclusive DLC is for the Prothean to become your teammate.

Okay...

Uh, if that is the case, doesn't that make this a cut-content from a game that's already done?  Which means, for every edition, including Collectors, we're overpaying by $10-$20 just so they can rip something out of the completed game before launch and say, "oh look, we now have DLC!"  I don't get it.

On the flip side, people like TotalBiscuit and others are saying that they're boycotting the game just because this has gone too far in terms of EA and/or Bioware wanting to make more money off of people.  I mean, I get their point, it is a little ridiculous, considering that several other Day One DLC for a host of Bioware games previous (ME2, Dragon Age: Origins, etc.) have had that, but they were free.

I get it and I see their point but here's my take: I've been waiting for this game since 2007 when Mass Effect first came out.  I've been waiting for 6 years to fight the Reapers.  At this point, I don't give a shit whether or not there's cut content or whatnot.  I've always gotten Collector's Edition for this series of games because that's what I started with.  Because I know Bioware has some nice goodies inside always and also little extras besides random DLC or whatnot.  Most of all, I want to know how it ends...and part of the influence is that I know my poor 360 is not going to hold out any longer.  I need to finish this game before my 360 craps out and I forever loose 6 years worth of saved files so I can see the multitude of endings in which 3 different Shepards played through to completion to see the decisions I've made.

In short: I DON'T CARE ABOUT THIS BECAUSE I WANT TO KNOW HOW IT ENDS.

To me, the story, even with a DLC add-on that adds the Prothean, yes the great mysterious race very important to the lore, oh yay, whatever - its the story, Shepard's story is what I want to know.  The details are nice, the downloading is nice, that's all fine and cool, but you can easily just go to the Mass Effect wiki or even TV Tropes in like 2-3 days after release date and find all the information you need regarding the DLC without having to download it if you're really that desperate for the story.  Now is it going to make a difference?  We'll see.  My offline account has 2 more Shepards that won't have the Prothean so we shall see.  Maybe my opinion will change then, maybe it won't.  The only thing that matters to me is that I want to know how Shepard's story ends.

-S.

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Date:2012-02-15 12:41
Subject:In Which I Probably Need a Mass Effect 3 Icon
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Mood: restless

If this is the only one I could get of "Shepard" - well, technically that's John Sheppard of Stargate Atlantis so it's a little different, but close enough.  Anyways...the ME3 demo was released yesterday by Bioware and I me being the geek that I am, played through it twice already.  Can't play multiplayer until the 17th since that's the general access date, but I really, REALLY, REALLY like the game mechanics so far.  The combat is still mostly similiar to ME2, but the A.I., - holy shit the enemy A.I. has vastly improved and now requires a lot more thinking and strategy instead of just popping up, blasting people, hiding back down.

Now enemies will try to flank you and take potshots whenever they can instead of just hiding from their cover and recklessly charging at you.  Also, different ammo and abilities have a better reaction to enemies who are attacked.  I swear I was enjoying watching the physics of an actual bullet from the assault rifle and shotgun stagger enemies or making them try to dodge the incoming fire I was pouring on.  So much that I think I died several times before I figured out that I had to change my ME2 combat tactics to a hybrid of ME2 and ME1 in order to successfully beat the enemies in this demo.

I've only played as both a Vanguard and Infiltrator and really liked the Vanguard's newest power, Nova.  Whereas a Vanguard usually just charged and knocked people off of their feet, Nova adds an extra attack right at the end.  You charge then hopefully had hot-mapped the Nova ability so that once you knock people off their feet you can instantly launch into Nova attack (which is a biotic slam to the ground) without any cooldowns.  Very sweet.  Spent lots of time teleporting around the battlefield.  Whee!  Also, the ability to wield any weapon including assault rifles (which had only been limited to the Soldier class) was quite handy.  Gave it an extra bit of firepower.  I can't wait to see if my Vanguard Shepard can wield a Sniper rifle too.

I wasn't crazy about the Infiltrator's new power, grenades, but it did come in handy more so than the Vanguard's up and front approach when battling the boss in the latter part of the game.  Oh, also I like the new leveling menu - much more variety to choose from and also it limits you in certain ways too so Shepard doesn't break the game with his/her powers.  Definitely looking forward to accessing the multiplayer component of the demo.  ME3 is shaping up to be really good...  Can't wait!

-S.

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Date:2012-02-13 23:07
Subject:Mass Effect 3's Diana Allers
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I'm sure those of you who have been following the latest Mass Effect 3 news know by now that IGN's Jessica Chobot is new Normandy crew member/galactic reporter Diana Allers.  She's apparently also supposedly romancable and I don't know what else she will bring to the team, but I have some serious issues with her as a character.

More specifically I have an issue with Chobot being Diana Allers.

It isn't that she is modeled after Chobot, I don't care about that at all, it's the fact that Chobot herself is working for IGN as a reporter/reviewer that is one of the internet's main reviewing sites.  I have some journalistic integrity issues with Ms. Chobot and her involvement with Mass Effect 3.  The conflict of interest is horribly high in this involvement and is almost a guarantee that ME3 will receive a high score if not a perfect score from IGN when they release their review.  They certainly did it to Mass Effect 2 when it came out 2 years ago - to the point where many in the fandom knew they had essentially brought the review.

I would like to pose Ms. Chobot a question - did you sell your journalistic soul (did you even have one to begin with?) just so you could have your five minutes of fame in the game?  Now I understand having an actress look-alike (ala Miranda Lawson's voice actress from ME2), in fact I don't care or mind about that, but having a reporter?! look alike, especially one who is part of a prominent gaming review site?  No way.

Too bad IGN does not uphold the standards of journalistic integrity.  This is probably the last straw for me regarding IGN - you have lost me as a reader and have lost a lot of your credibility when you allowed Ms. Chobot to voice and be in the Mass Effect 3 game.

-S.

P.S. - That said, I'm taking the first opportunity given to me to either boot her off the Normandy, kill her by "Reaperfication", not taking her as a party member, or punching her in the face.  Now where is that demo so I can do that.

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Date:2012-02-03 16:43
Subject:Sherlock - Season 2`
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Mood: indescribable

Dire need of any and all post-"The Reichenbach Fall" fanfics that are non-slash, family-oriented, H/C anything, everything.  My brain apparently cannot comprehend the awesomness that is the last episode of Season 2.  And apparently I need some kind of fic comfort from it.

This post doesn't even make sense anymore.  @_@

Oh.  I've also started writing my own post-Reichenbach fic.  Tee hee.

-S.

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Date:2012-01-28 18:54
Subject:Stuff...
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Mood: sick

Apologies in advance, but I've just been really, really sick the past week.  Got hit by two different bugs one right after the other (thankfully viruses instead of bacteria) and still am recovering from one of them.  When I wasn't lying in bed staring blankly up at the ceiling or sleeping like a log (I think I know how Sherlock feels when there isn't a case going on), I was probably spoiling myself silly on the episodes of Season 2.

Mental note to self: Computer work is not great when you're really sick...

So yeah, posting more about that when I am actually kind of sort of healthy...right now, back to bed.  Bleh.

-S.

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Date:2012-01-02 23:52
Subject:2012 New Year's Resolutions
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Mood: chipper

Shadow Chaser's 2012 New Year's Resolutions:

1. Finish Assassin's Creed: Apotheosis before release date of Assassin's Creed 3 (TBA November)
2. Write two new fics for any fandom
3. Start the rewrite process for Star Wars: Lusankya
4. Have consistent updates for in-progress fanfics once Apotheosis is completed

Happy 2012 peoples!  We may die on Dec. 21st!!!!!  :P

-S.

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