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I am phineas81707, and I tend to use that name a lot for consistency's sake (and not having to remember a bazillion usernames and the respective websites). I excel when it comes to writing, even though I am predominantly logically minded.

Works I have written include:

  • Whatcha Doin'?: A work about Phineas and Ferb's adventures as they grow older and have kids.
  • Garcia Shapiro Will Never Be Yours: A work where the world of Phineas and Ferb is revealed to be Phineas' imagination, and what the real world would be like is shown.
  • Rise, Artemis: A Kid Icarus story that works with the exact arrangements between Skyworld and the Forces of Nature, starring an angel who's more of the Forces Of Nature equivalent to Pit than Phosphora.
  • The Great Video Game Crash of 2013: Pac-Man attempts to destroy video gaming in a thirty year planned scheme of revenge. It's up to Mario, Luigi, Peach and Daisy to fight him off.note 
  • Welcome To Mother 3 World: A retelling of MOTHER 3, with a few liberties taken to provide a different plot.
  • Legend Of The Oina: Another adventure in the land of Nippon. This is where my Improbably Female Casts get immediately apparent: there are only two prominent men. One of whom dies, and the other is the Big Bad, and also more likely to be genderless anyway.
  • Harry Potter and The Cursed Summer: Two new students, Amber Granger and Darion Okima, enter the scene of Hogwarts. Although I took steps to avoid it, this was technically written by an eight year old, and may read like it.
  • Welcome To The World Of Pokemon: A collection of ten stories that are interpretations of the plot of the nine main games in the Pokémon series: Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Orre, Sinnoh, Unova, and Kalos, as well as one finale story.
  • The Power of Intelligence: Lisa Simpson is cast from her home, and adpoted as part of an advanced school, where she meets Phineas, Ferb and Isabella.note 
  • Tails' Worst Nightmare: Eggman grows wise to his failures, and takes note of who the real threat to his robot empire is. Capturing Sonic to get to Tails, he also has another evil scheme: the plan to create an army of super-powered robots!
  • Teen Idol Aino Minako, a one shot story featuring a collection of different canons of Sailor Moon. The story tells of how Sailor Venus joins the Sailor Senshi, but not the way any of the other canons tell it. It's hard to describe, but it's a little bit of everything.
  • Darkness Stole the Sky is a retelling of Ocarina of Time, with more emphasis put on developing supporting characters. Also, Link is a mute, but that's not much of a change except people call attention to it.
  • No Time At All is a sequel to the above, retelling Majora's Mask. It keeps the Hero of Time, and has a number of Call Backs to events during and even after Darkness Stole The Sky.
  • I Am Bowser, Hear Me Roar! is a Mario series story, told via an In-Universe narrator. The plot involves a Count Black (no relation to Bleck) trying to cause problems for Queen Toadstool. The story is intended as a celebration of the Year of Bowser, but also has celebration for Peach and the sport of Bowser-kidnapping-Peach.
  • Monado, Beginning of the World is a retelling of Xenoblade Chronicles. Most changes are minor Character Exaggerations (such as Shulk being a bit more Oblivious to Love, Melia being a bit more stuck-up, and Fiora being a bit more dead) with a butterfly effect, and the Faces have different names (no way I was using Black Face or Metal Face, and then I went for Theme Naming).
  • Fallen Princess is the Novelisation of Twilight Princess. This incarnation of Link is female, and is directly related to the Hero of Time.
  • Open Your Eyes retells the legend of Skyward Sword. In the incident at the opening of the game, Link was merged with his Loftwing, and becomes a demon called an Angel. Link's ability to fly may or may not have been a Game-Breaker.
  • Radiant Princess, and its sequel Highest Stakes,note  are novelisations of Fire Emblem Tellius. Largely written on the spur of the moment (as much as possible when it took about a month to finish), and to bring up my confidence with permitting shorter chapters. Not something I should be encouraging, but still somewhat necessary.
  • Back to the Present is Back to the Future, but with actual 2015 technology and whatever it was the Doc stole from further in the future. Quite possibly the only time my adherence to canon is actually helpful.
  • Deep Sea Storm is Wind Waker. It has its problems holding up to the Tellius pair, but when it gets going, it gets going.
  • Passing a Darkened Torch is a FireEmblem story set in the Pokémon universe, with all the cliches that brings.

Tropes that may or may not describe me:

  • Ambiguous Gender: Not just because it's something I actively avoid revealing... but because I'm not sure myself.
  • Apologises a Lot: You know, ever since Melia received her main characterisation, I've noticed a lot of traits I share with her...
  • Appointment Television: I was the person primarily responsible for the Sailor Moon Crystal recap summaries, and as such, I watched the actual show at 6:00pm where possible, trying to bend over backwards around everything else that happens to be going on. All to update This Very Wiki.
  • Asexuality
  • Asperger Syndrome
  • Attention Deficit Creator Disorder: I have a bit of a problem with this one. Half the reason that tracker might be out of date is because I struggle to remember when all of my stories started.
  • Beige Prose: The main thing holding back my own original novel.
  • Berserk Button: Crueltynote .
    • Also, timetables, deadlines, schedules... anything that requires someone to do something within a time limit.
    • Stupidity is also a big one. You wouldn't believe the amount of times Too Dumb to Live, Idiot Ball, and other similar tropes are the best words to describe my situations.
    • Here's an odd one: We All Live in America. Seriously, some of us don't. This sort of envelops patriotism as a whole, but I don't mind it as much when it's Played for Laughs.
  • Catch-Phrase:
    And that is why all my friends are girls.
  • Celibate Hero: After everything I've been through, I'm thankful that's all I've lost.
  • Challenge Gamer: The closest thing I could find about the sort of gamer I am. I am the last person you'd expect to ever play metagamey-tournaments, but the games I do choose to play, I try and learn as much as I can about them, and master them.
  • Characterisation Marches On: Some of my old original character related stuff (like, say, old conversations in the Smash project) does not reflect the current personalities of them. However, I'd probably have to redo them entirely, and I've got bigger concerns than that: it's not like Michelle is sticking to character anyway.
  • Depression: Ex-sufferer, thankfully.
  • Development Gag: Rather common in my stories. A large reason is that I don't recognise what has been Dummied Out within the story, but it isn't the only reason.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Some tales more tragic than others.
  • Does Not Like Men: Not the biggest fan of the Y chromosome, if only for how badly behaved they tend to be. Being a boy doesn't mean I automatically hate you, but it takes more work for me to like you.
  • Doing It for the Art: Par for the course as a fanfic author, but fanfiction does actually help me as a person.
  • Double-Meaning Title: To the point that I consider a title that doesn't fit this trope to be a weak title. (Applies to my works only).
  • Dulcinea Effect: I once met a girl this way. It took me two weeks to finally remember to introduce myself.
  • For Want of a Nail: I'm pretty sure the only thing that keeps me alive is my passion for writing stories... and I gained said passion by accident. I found a flyer for a Young Writer's Competition in a somewhat out-of-the-way place, and my passion was kindled that day.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: I didn't even notice until I gave this flaw to Melia Newhart.
  • Hype Aversion: Splatoon. Doesn't help that the game would be perfect as a family game (shooter for the boys, paints for the girls, and aquatic creatures for my maternal family) but doesn't have local multiplayer, making it virtually useless.
  • I Hate Past Me: A lot. Everything I value today, they had no idea about. Being reminded of them tends to make me quite annoyed.
  • Improbably Female Cast: A common feature of my stories.
  • Nightmare Retardant: Chugga's playthrough of Mother 3's Tanetane Island. According to Itoi, it's based on your loved ones being evil, which happens to pretty much be my worst fear. I doubt I'll ever take that scene seriously thanks to him.note  You can blame that for why the scene is skimmed over in Welcome To Mother 3 World.
  • Nom de Mom: Though, for (somewhat) obvious reasons, I can't actually use the names to prove the point.
  • Old Shame:
    • Harry Potter and the Cursed Summer: it is actually a story idea I came up with when I was eight. Despite the fact that I have since grown older and learned what made that story so bad conceptually, I still decided to write it formally.
    • And to a somewhat lesser extent, the Legend Of The Apostle series. Each installment was tiny, obviously amateurish, and filled with stuff that makes Cursed Summer look like a substitute for Harry Potter. That, and the Archive Panic and Continuity Lockout, are the biggest reasons it hasn't (openly) been put on any phineas81707 profile.note 
  • Orphaned Series: Hated to partake in it, but A Tale Of Two Geniuses is not getting finished. It got replaced, however.
  • Reviews Are the Gospel: A huge reason I was torn on whether or not to watch Pixels. Despite being told it was the Sonic Boom of movies, I found it Actually Pretty Funny.
  • Schedule Slip: Depends on your definition. I sometimes take a while to write stories, but don't ever tell me I had a schedule.
  • Stepford Smiler: My writing rubs off on the real me, so no matter how bad I feel, I'm always a riot.
  • The Tetris Effect: Among other things, I tend to refer to small units as either 'pixels' or 'frames', depending on if I'm measuring distance or time. It's more pronounced when it's hyperbole.
  • Truman Show Plot: Considering the fact that my best friend has had instances of Running Gags, Hammerspace, and Competence Zone occur in her life... if she's not the star of a reality TV show, I'm a... you're asking too much of my memory there...
  • Unusual Euphemism: Don't enjoy swearing. Never delphoxing did. But that doesn't mean I can't make fun of it, right?
  • Writers Cannot Do Math: Averted. Math is one of my best subjects.