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Stratadrake (sometimes abbreviated as "Strata") is a user who has been on the Internet for a few years (possibly more). Outside of TV Tropes, he currently resides on various sites such as deviantART and Fur Affinity, and has had experience on other sites and wikis.

Some trope articles I've written:

Most of these are videogame related.

Some tropes/articles I've hit with a sledgehammer: which I mean made significant edits to. (Not always good edits, but...)


Tropes and topics that I find interesting:


My own Troper Tales:


I joined National Novel-Writing Month in 2007. As of 2012 I've written six novels for a grand total of over 300k words (wow!). Since thereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability, so here's your Entry Pimp:
  • My 2007 Nano novel: 56,000 words about a species of symbiote. One half of which are the noble protagonists, the other half are Always Chaotic Evil. In other words, Puppeteer Parasite versus The Virus (good luck figuring out which is which), versus all the other animals who can't tell any difference between them. Most of it is uploaded to my deviantART account, including character drawings and sketches.
    • Followed up by a sequel in 2011, clocking in at 60,000 words.
  • Emerald Legacy: My 2010 novel; a 52,000 word story set in a world of wild Pokemon that is thrown into turmoil when two human trainers show up harboring ominous plans for the Darker and Edgier, Mon-eat-Mon world they live in. I've uploaded most of it (well, the important parts anyway) to my FurAffinity account.
  • In 2012, an adaptation/recreation of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers Of Sky. Had to skip a few middle chapters here and there but I did finish the Story Arc as a whole and set a new personal record of 70,000 words.

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