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Hi! What's up? I'm Lala Stellune a.k.a. Kuzlalala, some person you might have met before.

Tropes in "1234" and other things:

I've also created:

Ok, I'm not sure what else should I put here... ^_^;

I think Montblanc's an Oranyan (male Tsundere), since the only person who he's gentle to is Marche, and that's in the ending. WOMG! I guess Montblanc is Marche's The Not-Love Interest, especially the I Will Wait for You scene during one of FFTA's commercials!

And if there's an edit that has to do with Montblanc, it would most likely to be me, OK? Since I lost my password and I don't wanna change my nickname! And now it's Kuzla3, just telling you.

Dear Page,

Why did I came across mental puberty after my official, physical puberty? You know that I'm liking Rami Malek and KAITO you know! Come on!

WARNING: Major spoilers ahead.

My Semi-OC Perseus Flynn

I made him for some Phineas and Ferb fanfic, the first one being What a Man. He's also the center character of Stories Of The Vanished Man. Semi because he's supposed to be the human version of Perry the Platypus before he's a platypus, and the biological father of Candace and Phineas. I just want to give tropes for him for fun, OK?

  • Awkward Father Daughter Bonding Activity: Perry just wants to spend one good time with his biological teenage daughter... including a puppet theater and watching Ducky Momo. Justified that Candace was acting like a child during the activities.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Phineas and Ferb almost accidently named Perry after Perseus in "Naming the Platypus".
  • Easy Amnesia: Candace in "If There Were Two People", caused by Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Youth-inator.
  • Flash Back Echo: In "Across the Second Memory", Phineas yelling at Perry made Perry suddenly remembered that he had experienced this before.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Perry towards Candace in "If There Were Two Odd People".
  • So Proud of You: In "The Post-War".
  • Tell Me About My Father: Sort of, in "The Post-War".
  • You Are Grounded: Linda grounds Candace in "The Post-War".
  • You Remind Me of X: Linda-2 towards Candace-2 regarding Candace and Phineas's birth father in "The Post-War".

It's a fanmade game for the Ivalice Alliance. It's not really created yet, so I'll put it in my own page. It's basically about a girl named Mira who travels from St. Ives to Ivalice.

Some fanfic for New Dynamic English, if you even care about it. It'll be released as a PDF, no promises. Yes, spoilers ahead.

  • All Just a Dream: Or illusion. The pendant is supposed to give hallucinations to the wearer until their death.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Max loses his arm while fighting a dragon-like beast in order to save Heap. He fell into depression as he felt he had gone through too much, but moved on and practiced sword-fighting with his left arm.
  • Another Dimension: Asdonsi is in a different dimension. In fact, Asdonsi is the name of a planet invaded by the villainous Glapagon.
  • Authority in Name Only: The Queen's considered as Glapagon's puppet, anti-Glapagon people say. Justified that she was forcibly crowned Queen when she was a little girl because her father got killed while her mother had already died when she was born.
  • Badass in Distress: One of the focuses in Catalonia is that Kathy and Karen should rescue Max from Bob's hands of being an eternal energy generator. Justified that while Max is definitely Bad Ass in Asdonsi, his body remains unconscious. After he wakes up he is able to use Magnus Opum to kill the monsters roaming in Washington.
  • The Chosen One: It's not Max, it's Karen.
  • Clingy MacGuffin: When Max tries to take off his pendant, the pendant literally threatens him not to take it off.
  • Damsel in Distress: Max's reason to be sent to Asdonsi is so that he can retrieve his daughter back.
  • Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: The sorceress who encounters Max prefers to be called "Sorceress", even in Asdonsi.
  • Four Lines, All Waiting: There are only two, which splits when Max gets transferred to Asdonsi. One is where it focuses on Max's adventures in Asdonsi, named Maximus. The other one, named Catalonia, focuses on Kathy learning about the Catalonian sword which she inherited from her father. Catalonia still has some focus on Max's pendant, as Kathy, Karen, and John Orwell learns about the history and motives behind the trinket. They all join once Kathy and Karen find Max in an energy generator.
  • Healing Factor: Even though Max is considered a nonmagical in Asdonsi, he shows this to the general when the general wants to know Max's magical powers. This is because Max only traveled to Asdonsi as an enhanced soul, and his physical appearance in Asdonsi depends on his physical appearance on Earth. This is also the reason why Max is able to grow his arm back by a month.
  • High Fantasy: Max in Asdonsi.
  • Ill Girl: Lauren died of a terminal disease.
  • I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin: Magnus Opum, the sword which comes from the pendant, is actually the King's sword. When the King was dying against Glapagon, he gave Magnus Opum to Sorceress which she later stores into a pendant and send it to Earth which is Glapagon's next Muggle-populated target.
  • Keet: Max is described as "upbeat and peppy", but he can be calm sometimes. Played straight with Heap.
  • Lady and Knight: Max becomes the Queen's personal knight to manipulate her to show him the path to Glapagon's head quarters.
  • Lotus-Eater Machine: Max's pendant is actually a tool which converts Max's desire into released energy. Max's pendant was supposed to kill him, but later Bob kidnaps him and inserted him into a preservative liquid so that his energy will never decrease.
  • Manly Tears: Max has done this twice.
  • Muggles: According to Sorceress, all non-magical humans in Asdonsi had their souls used as an energy source for Glapagon's machinery, so they're extinct.
  • Mystical Waif: Sorceress, formerly the High Sorceress. She becomes one of Max's mentors.
  • People Jars: Max gets to be in one in order for his energy to be preserved, making him an eternal energy source.
  • Posthumous Character: Max usually mentions his late daughter Lauren from time to time. Though it depends what defines death. Yes, Lauren is thought to be dead, but a sorceress appeared and told Max that Lauren's soul is still in Glapagon's hands.
    • Subverted that it turns out that Asdonsi might be an illusion created by Max's pendant, so yes, Lauren has been dead all along.
  • Ridiculously Average Guy: Max Wilson, at least that's what he said in the beginning.
  • Transformation Trinket: A pendant Max got transforms him into a knight by the end.
  • Urban Fantasy: Very apparent in Catalonia and the ending.
  • Washington D.C. Invasion: Being set in Washington, D.C., the release of Max has caused instability which summons tiny energy beings and a really big, thus invading the city to be theirs. This wasn't what Bob wanted, though.

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