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L Pphreek (this is the author's actual Penname) is one of the best writers that I have ever had the pleasure to stumble across in all my years of reading Fan Fiction. A primarily Vegeta-centric author, this author has shown an incredible amount of skill in her ability to provide a fun, entertaining story that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster as you read through her absolutely fantastic stories. My personal favorites of hers are "Homeless Boy" and "Rediscovering Honor", which are both Vegeta/Bulma stories and are quite simply the two best ones of that genre that I have ever read. Added Bonus that both of these stories are complete, so you can enjoy the story in it's entirety without having to wait for updates. "Homeless Boy" in particular is incredibly orginal and was an absolute treat to read. For any Vegeta/Bulma fans, or even just Vegeta fans, L Pphreek's works are a MUST READ!!!
1. Masterful Characterization: L Pphreek has a God-Given talent to portray the characters of the DB Universe in an accurate to canon, and most importantly, provide an enjoyable reading experience with every single one of them. There's never a character that seems "off" and all of them feel like they've been pulled directly from the world of Dragon Ball and right onto the page your reading. Her Vegeta and Bulma are legendary in the DBZ Fandom and she does an excellent job with every character from Goku to even Yamcha!
2. Versatility: This author has shown an incredible amount of versatility in her writing. From being able to write multiple characters/story types (in particular, her One-Shot "Domesticated" focusing on Yamcha's POV was absolutely phenomenal), to being able to write excellent scenes for any sort of situation. From heart-pounding action to being a Tear Jerker. From Warm And Fuzzy Feeling scenes in one chapter, to Darker and Edgier in the next, L Pphreek is able to masterfully range and is able to climb the gambit to write beautifully written scenes for any type of setting.
No author is without their flaws, and L Pphreek's Achilles Heel is the fact that at times, the pacing of the plot of Epic-length stories seems to be uneven and the combination of several Fluff chapters in a row could be tedious to read for a more "Action-Oriented" reader.
Overall: 9.5 out of 10. Absolutely fantastic author. One of the best out there.
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