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The Illustrious Crackpot
Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.
- Recommended by Future-Gamefreak
- The Illustrious Crackpot just has this talent of keeping everyone in character, no matter what the situation. I read her stuff and I just feel like I'm watching an actual lost episode of Camp Lazlo!
Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.
If I'm In Love, PLEASE SHOOT ME!
- Recommended by: youfeelingluckypunk27
- An Illustrious Crackpot fanfiction, in which Edward appears to fallen in love with the girl on which his Veronica doll was based. Could it be true? Or does he have feelings for someone else?
- Pairings: Edward/ Original character, some Laz Ed just for comedy.
- This is one sharply written fanfic tropes that really captures the characters' personalities (and their speech patterns!). It also gives us a good character in Veronica, whose main flaw is her naiveté. She knows so little about Edward yet is absolutely smitten with him. On their first meeting she tells him outright that she likes him. Edward's increasing panic over Veronica's crush and the fact that she resembles his most prized possession is awkward, hilarious and very believable. There's a lot of moments in this fanfiction that lead to some amusingly awkward moments, such as Slinkman's worry that Edward might be gay. It does get sort of serious, but rarely to the point where it feels like "a cheesy Lifetime movie". The amount of depth given particularly to Edward is believable and nobody goes out of character. In fact, despite the Ho Yay, there's nothing adult or sexual about it. It is a coming of age story about kids trying to sort out their feelings. It's kind of innocent.
All in all, give it a read.