History FanficRecs / UruseiYatsura

8th May '16 8:57:03 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''Synopsis'': AU Crossover Fic with Manga/MaisonIkkoku, Manga/{{Inuyasha}}, & Manga/UruseiYatsura! The land of Rumi was cursed when the Eternal Goddess Lum mysteriously betrayed her people 100 years ago. Can schoolgirl Shinobu, her teacher Godai, & widowed Kyoko now save it?

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* ''Synopsis'': AU Crossover Fic with Manga/MaisonIkkoku, Manga/{{Inuyasha}}, & Manga/UruseiYatsura! Urusei Yatsura! The land of Rumi was cursed when the Eternal Goddess Lum mysteriously betrayed her people 100 years ago. Can schoolgirl Shinobu, her teacher Godai, & widowed Kyoko now save it?
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11235990/1/Ryuunosuke-In-Bloom Ryuunosuke in Bloom]]'' by Delicious Gears
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* ''Synopsis'': Following the disastrous "date" with Shinobu, Ryuunosuke is desperate to get back in Shinobu's good graces. But when she finds inspiration from an unexpected source, she wins Shinobu's forgiveness and the favour of most of the female student body. But with every blessing comes a curse. Will Ryuunosuke pull herself together for the Mendou's grand Sakura blossom party?
28th Oct '15 5:07:35 PM fruitstripegum
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** There is a sequel [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/4225567/1/Across-the-Stars here]].
19th Oct '15 2:29:23 PM fruitstripegum
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/3068964/1/Beautiful-Darling-The-Lum-Chronicles Beautiful Darling: The Lum Chronicles]]'' by Ferngully
* Recommended by fruitstripegum
* ''Synopsis'': AU Crossover Fic with Manga/MaisonIkkoku, Manga/{{Inuyasha}}, & Manga/UruseiYatsura! The land of Rumi was cursed when the Eternal Goddess Lum mysteriously betrayed her people 100 years ago. Can schoolgirl Shinobu, her teacher Godai, & widowed Kyoko now save it?
18th Oct '15 3:01:57 PM fruitstripegum
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''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/268030/2/Urusei_Yatsura_The_Senior_Year Urusei Yatsura: The Senior Year]]'' by Fred Herriot and Mike Smith (some mature themes and homosexuality).

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''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/268030/2/Urusei_Yatsura_The_Senior_Year net/s/268030/1/Urusei_Yatsura_The_Senior_Year Urusei Yatsura: The Senior Year]]'' by Fred Herriot and Mike Smith (some mature themes and homosexuality).
6th Oct '15 2:46:45 PM fruitstripegum
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6650434/1/Free-at-last Free at last]]'' by pizzigri
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* ''Synopsis'': Very short story based on chapter 333 of the UY Manga. I wanted to explore a completely different point of view -an alternate universe, set 5 years in the future from the chapter timeline- remaining within the canonic continuum.
27th Aug '15 8:05:41 AM bigladiesman
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** While this troper enjoys some parts "The Senior Year" (especially the ones that 1) focus in the canonical cast instead of the OCs, 2) don't rely too much on the [[HoYay Les Yay]] factor and 3) have cinematic-like action) more than "Lum Gets Grounded", sometimes it feels more like a guilty pleasure than anything else. "Lum Gets Grounded" is, neutrally speaking, the best UY fanfic in English, hands down: true to the spirit of the original source, with lots of wisely measured character development (it flows like a breeze during the long narration) and fast-paced action scenes. A very pleasant lecture, this is THE must read FanFic for UY fans.

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** While this troper enjoys some parts of "The Senior Year" (especially the ones that 1) focus in the canonical cast instead of the OCs, 2) don't rely too much on the [[HoYay Les Yay]] factor and 3) have cinematic-like action) more than "Lum Gets Grounded", sometimes it feels more like a guilty pleasure than anything else. "Lum Gets Grounded" is, neutrally speaking, the best UY fanfic in English, hands down: true to the spirit of the original source, with lots of wisely measured character development (it flows like a breeze during the long narration) and fast-paced action scenes. A very pleasant lecture, this is THE must read FanFic for UY fans.
27th Aug '15 8:04:55 AM bigladiesman
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** While I enjoy some parts "The Senior Year" (especially the ones that 1) focus in the canonical cast instead of the OCs and 2) don't rely too much on the [[HoYay Les Yay]] factor and 3) have cinematic-like action) more than "Lum Gets Grounded", sometimes it feels more like a guilty pleasure than anything else. "Lum Gets Grounded" is, neutrally speaking, the best UY fanfic in English, hands down: true to the spirit of the original source, with lots of wisely measured character development (it flows like a breeze during the long narration) and fast-paced action scenes. A very pleasant lecture, this is THE must read FanFic for UY fans.

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** While I enjoy this troper enjoys some parts "The Senior Year" (especially the ones that 1) focus in the canonical cast instead of the OCs and OCs, 2) don't rely too much on the [[HoYay Les Yay]] factor and 3) have cinematic-like action) more than "Lum Gets Grounded", sometimes it feels more like a guilty pleasure than anything else. "Lum Gets Grounded" is, neutrally speaking, the best UY fanfic in English, hands down: true to the spirit of the original source, with lots of wisely measured character development (it flows like a breeze during the long narration) and fast-paced action scenes. A very pleasant lecture, this is THE must read FanFic for UY fans.
27th Aug '15 8:04:11 AM bigladiesman
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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make quite a bunch of fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers. However, they have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.

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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make quite a bunch of fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers. However, they have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends ends: [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.
27th Aug '15 8:02:59 AM bigladiesman
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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make quite a bunch of fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers, but still have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.

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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make quite a bunch of fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers, but still lovers. However, they have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.
27th Aug '15 8:00:21 AM bigladiesman
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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make all fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers, but still have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.

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** An epic saga that goes from the absolutely sublime - good writing, elaborate plots, lots of action and a new, quite original take on the characters of the manga - to the dowright ridiculous (the beginning of chapter 11 "Together The Outland" will make all quite a bunch of fans shiver: I mean, [[spoiler: in a very distant future, Lum and Ataru are still lovers, but still have [[HoYay BOTH a harem of female clones]] because they seldom see each other. However, only she and he can have children or something the matter. [[AllJustaDream Then it's revealed as a dream]], but with possibilities to be premonitory]]). It's a textbook on about what to do and what NOT to do in fanfics. It's still unfinished (this troper recieved feedback - on March 2014 - from one of the authors: he says they plan on continue it) and at the moment we are on the third important arc, with many open ends [[spoiler:Ataru and Lum first natural child being apparently dead, but in reality, unbeknowst to her parents. she just was sent to another dimension. As far as I understand, she's slated to return as an adult to watch her baby sibling being born and then be the main character, hence starting a new generation.)]]. At times you will love it and in just a few minutes you'll hate it. It's quite iconoclastic, and while I enjoy the harsh, macho and cruel anti-hero Ataru turns to be here, it feels out of place (he mellows over time). [[spoiler:I do not like Lum losing her trademark bikini, either, though it's soon revealed that Ataru has bought a whole set of sexier wardrobe for her]] *nudge** nudge*. As stated before, recommended for all fanfic-writer wannabes who want to know how to manage an story: what should be done and what should never be included in an epic saga. Herriot and Smith deserve all the praise while pointing out that such a huge story always comes ends up having some flaws.
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