Saturday, April 27, 2013

The Home Stretch

You will all be pleased to know that chapter 41 is almost done. I now have 10,578 words written, and suspect that I will only need about 2,000 to 4,000 more to finish the chapter. Then the Cursed Warrior arc will be complete, and we can move onto better things.

I have confidence that this chapter will be posted sometime today.

Now then, since I don't have much to talk about in regards to my fanfiction stories, I figured I might as well talk about other people's story. I have here a list of stories that I think many of you will enjoy, if you haven't already:

Naruto stories:

The Sealed Kunai: This is a pretty damn popular story. I'm pretty sure most of you have read it, but if not, here is a link to it. The Sealed Kunai.

Better Left Unsaid: Another Kenchi618 story. This one is a major AU from the canon, which makes it an incredible read as we don't see many of these done well. Better Left Unsaid.

Shinobi of the High Seas: An excellent story if you're looking for Pirates, Naruto, and mass amounts of property damage. Shinobi of the High Seas.

True Warriors Never Die: The only Naruto/Bleach crossover in which Naruto is an immortal ninja wandering the world that I actually like. All the other ones are... well, awful doesn't begin to describe them. True Warriors Never Die.

The Newest Challenger: Ever wonder what would happen if Naruto was sucked into a dimension with a hot fighting school girl, a rich snobby blond girl, a femme fatal with a love for cats and busty kunoichi with a penchant for being very blunt in her desires? Look no further. The Newest Challenger.

The Number One Hyperactive Knucklehead Master: What happens when you mix Naruto and Pokemon? I imagine you'd get something like this. The Number One Hyperactive Knucklehead Master.

Iga Naruto: This is one of the super powered Naruto stories. However, unlike most super powered Naruto stories, this Naruto fights with tactical brilliance rather than just plowing his way through enemies without a hint of subtlety. Iga Naruto.

Naruto Genkyouien: Quite possibly the funniest Naruto story in the world. It's a 'what if the Kyuubi was actually a loli and the attack on Konoha was not an attack. She was just chasing her tails' kind of story. Naruto Genkyouien.

The Good Left Undone: The only Naruto/Star Wars crossover story I've seen done really well. The fact that the hot alien chick with brain tails is in it has nothing to do with it. Really. The Good Left Undone.

The Art of Appropriation: This is a story that doesn't get enough tender love and care from readers. Basically, Naruto meets Yim Wing Chun (famous martial arts chick from way back when) and gets training from her and a few others. Lots of AU events in here. The Art of Appropriation.

A New World, The Story of a Lost Shinobi: Who knew that getting sucked up into Kakashi's Kamui would land him in Fiore? The only Naruto/Fairy Tail crossover that makes sense. A New World, The Story of a Lost Shinobi.

Harry Potter Stories:

Passageways: A very AU Harry/Bellatrix story. It's actually pretty good. Passageways.

Wizard Runemaster: If Harry ever ended up on Azeroth and gained a powerful harem of Knight Elves, Draenei, Dragons, and a Forsaken with ginormously large breasts, this is probably what it would look like. Wizard Runemaster.

Last Second Savior: A very fun story to read. And yes, this does feature Aayla Secura in it. Last Second Savior.

Rise of Arcane: An interesting story if you want to read those stories featuring a godlike Harry Potter fighting against other godlike characters. Rise of Arcane.

Sacrificial Second Chance: Time travel? Alternate Universes? Hot younger sisters? This is almost like The Empire Strikes back. What's not to like? Sacrificial Second .

The Pureblood Princess: Quite possibly the only Harry/Daphne story in which Daphne is NOT the 'Ice Queen of Slytherin' and instead a normal girl. The Pureblood Princess.

Well, I think I'll stop here. These are all good stories, and should keep many people occupied while waiting for others to update. Seriously, updates are coming in ridiculously slow these days.

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