Loose Ends - COMPLETE

Title: Loose Ends (4/4)
Characters/Pairings: 11/Jamie, Amy/Rory (mentions 2/Jamie and 11/River)
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Doctor Who belongs to Stephen Moffat, Russel T. Davies, Sydney Newman, and the BBC
Summary: The Doctor reunites with one of his oldest friends, but there's some unscheduled history happening.
Chapter One )
Chapter Two )
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Mass Effect Trilogy Review

I finished the last game in the Mass Effect trilogy last night and it was the most epic, beautiful, enthralling game I have ever played. The personalization and freedom of choice as well as deep, engaging characters, and an incredibly detailed universe rich in culture and diversity, made me more invested in the outcome than any game I've ever played. Even more than most TV shows or books made me invested. Bioware created a world so easy - and so desirable - to lose yourself in and characters that grow and change with you so much that they feel like real people in your life and romances so tender and real, that long after you've finished the game, long after you've finished playing it through many times with all variables, it stays with you. For the rest of your life you'll occasionally stop and think, "Man, Mass Effect was great". It's and epic on the level of Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and Star Wars and will impact your life just as much.

Bad LJer and Mass Effect 2

I am, like, never on my flist anymore. I just do the occasional update and other than that I think this is just going to turn into a fic repository. I'm just out all time and when I'm not, I'm playing a game or on Tumblr. I understand if you guys unfriend me. I'll still come here to talk about stuff and if you comment on my journal I'll pop over to yours to return the favor, but I'm not a good LJer anymore.

Anyway, I'm finally playing Mass Effect 2. I'm trying to romance Garrus, but he is famously busy calibrating. I changed my Shep's first name from the default "Jane" to "Erin" Here's a screencap:

You can see she lost the scar she had on her right eyebrow that I decided she had gotten during the attack on Elysium. Resurrection tends to erase physical scars. She has some small new ones from being...well...undead to put it indelicately. 

She doesn't trust Cerberus, not a bit, but she knows the people on her crew have good intentions.

Here she is in her custom armor:


I play D&D now

I joined a Dungeons and Dragons group. My friend showed me how to build a character and I wrote a backstory for her. 

Name: Shannon Silverkin
Age: 21
Race: Human
Class: Fighter
Alignment: Chaotic Good

Strength: 16
Dexterity: 14
Constitution: 15
Intelligence: 13
Wisdom: 14
Charm: 10

Weapon: Longsword
Attack bonus: 5

Skills: Climb, Craft weapons, Handle animal, Intimidate, Jump, Ride, Swim

Languages spoken: Common, Abyssal, Elven, Dwarven

Attacks: Weapon focus, Power attack - cleave 

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Is it lame that I kind of like Google+ more than Facebook? I wish more people were on it. What about you guys?

Poll #1853510 Google or Facebook?

Which do you prefer?



So I'm writing a new novel

It's a detective novel, buddy story, rom-com with a twist. It will probably be a series. I really want to tell you what it's all about and give you the character bios, but I'm afraid to divulge too much information before I register a copyright. I really feel like I'm actually gonna finish this one. I have it more fleshed out than I did my children's fantasy novel. I just need a title for the first book.