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A ton of spoilers on little pieces of paper. Wrote them down before buying a comp. book. I may go with them or not:


Kabuhoshi and Gem power
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Integra, Athena, and Hermes
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Cosmic Ability
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Hades's Finest Servant:
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Eden and Fudo
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Dec. 31st, 2014 08:10 pm
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I am not moving, but I set it up. Entries and content here was imported.

About MGW

Jun. 5th, 2013 01:01 am
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Just making a sticky post and C&Ping from Wikia:

Master Gray Wolf, or MGW for short, is the pseudonym of an amateur writer born and raised in Michigan, United States. Her first online fanfiction was based on Pokémon; later on, MGW would get introduced to the anime/game Monster Rancher and would develop a fan-series that is still in progress. MGW uploads works on both and, and also ArchiveofOurOwn.

MGW is named after a character from the anime/game "Monster Rancher". In Japanese, his name is Gingiraiga (ギンギライガー, 銀ライガー, Silver Raiga); "Raiga" is what Tiger is called Japanese. In the anime, he is the younger brother of Tiger / Raiga and is one of the Big BAD FOUR (English version) or 『ワルモン四天王』 (warumon shitennō, Evil Monster Four Devas/Heavenly Kings).

MGW has a tendency to write action/adventure or comedic stories for mostly young adults and young children. However, an exception to this rule is the fiction series Seishin Ninjutsu Chronicle, where some of the stories contain detailed violence and non-explicit sexual themes. The themes of teamwork, friendship, morals, and justice are frequent. Furthermore, because history, geography, sociology, and politics are a part of the author's interests, MGW likes to incorporate such elements into her stories and mirror real-life as close as possible.
MGW also prefers creating short chapters of around 1500-2000 words or less, but may make exceptions. This is for the convenience of herself and proofreading.

MGW is a long time fan of Monster Rancher. She enjoys both the game series and the cartoon, and the name "Master Gray Wolf" is derived from an animal character from the series. She sees her two stories Howl of Gray Wolf and Tiger of Freedom as her signatures works, and they are mostly based on the Monster Rancher games.

MGW likes the military and so far has created stories set in battle. United We Soar reflects her love of the Air Force and airplanes; Heroic Blaze SolAka is her first Science Fiction (super robot based) series. She also likes history and mythology, integrating both into Stalwart Silver and Seishin.

MGW has ambivalent views on fanfiction. Majority of her own fanfiction works are based on video games such as Monster Rancher (Farm) and Pokémon, and widely uses the monsters from the games with little to no connection from the TV and comic series. However, she has expressed disdain for fanfiction, especially those of NC-17 (Lemon)/MA rating, saying that it can ruin her image of the fandom. She primarily focuses on Howl of Gray Wolf and its succeeding stories, and has decided against creating fanfiction in 2009. However in late 2013, MGW has decided to create short Saint Seiya FFs, deeply inspired by the fans of Europe and Latin America.

MGW has developed two stories about Digimon, but they were removed from One was possibly removed due to "original content" not derived from the animated or comic series. The remake of Pokefighters was canceled in 2011.
mastergraywolf: (Humph ^_^)
A ramble, expect grammar and spelling errors.

So I have a mafia story in mind, and I can't get the idea of sorcery out of my mind. I might as well stick with it.

As for a title, and idea for the crime war, a drug-like greed extends to obtaining magic.

Feb 2013 Details )
mastergraywolf: (Huh?)
I think Anonymous comments are allowed.

So, this is the little area for questions you want to ask me related to my works on and (will be linked from profiles). I'm not into answers personal questions since I don't think I have anything impressive to reveal.

Game-related questions, such as for Monster Rancher (Farm) are possible.

Comments are okay too.

At first, I thought "Try a FAQ?"? When is a FAQ demanded? Do I have to be popular? Is this egotistical?

Maybe this will provide a good connection.

IMO, I'm glad that there is a person or two reading what I uploaded. I am thankful, even though the old Howl of Gray Wolf was badly written and I think I'm far from being a good writer, since I'm confused a lot. I keep asking myself, "What constitutes good writing?"

I look back at some chapters and think, "that doesn't look right".

Also, if you get a ton of positive reactions, you'll have trouble handling the opposite. If I'm told to have awesome stories commonly, then that means I'll stay on that rhythm for a long time, thinking that it's correct. Recently, I'm schooled on grammar, particularly word choice and expositional redundancy.


Jun. 2nd, 2011 07:08 pm
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Hey, I'm on Twitter. Here's the link:!/mastergraywolf

This is the official Twitter account for me as the online author MGW, not -my- personal one.

News on stories: Having difficulty.
mastergraywolf: (Huh?)
New Blog theme. I like green.

Just an update on what I'm doing. My most developed pieces, meaning what I've been working on so far (taking the most of my focus and may be close to being finished), are:

  • First chapter of "United We Soar"

  • First chapter (out of maybe 3?) of the next Seishin story

In accordance to FictionRatings (or I'm attempting it), these are my thoughts on the ratings and genre:

- As a military fiction, "United We Soar" will be "Rated M" mainly for its "strong language" and "references to political, social and religious content" just to be on the safe side. There is also the mention of 9-11 (what psychological impressions will the story have?). Politics do play a role in the story's center conflict. The Middle Eastern "Religious" battles and terrorism are mentioned as well. Will America's reason for fighting seem justified to a reader? Aiden will question himself about that, also the use of nuclear power for weapons, what it means to be American (and patriotic). Also, religious views from Aiden and Claire; theroys of historical events from Aiden; stereotyping thoughts/jokes from Aiden, Steele and Ace. In other words, story may be controversial. I don't think the violence will seem that terrible, but that's still a long way. Sub-Category will be Action. The Genre(s) will be drama/sci-fi. (see below). UWS slightly takes place in the future. Also, The Main Squadron in the story are racially diverse.

- The Seishin story that is coming up, title undecided, is on the lighter side and may be either "Rated K+" or "Rated T". Sub-Category will be Historical. The Genre(s) will be Friendship, but 2nd genre is unknown.

What's taking long?
- Writing's block, and both are chapters for the two stories that I had the most problem with so far. Lots of research takes up a lot of my time too and I shoot for an interesting read. Also, sci-fi elements in United We Soar. Some technology used is fictional.

- I had been working on them because I was recently given a jump in enthusiasm, inspired by Japan's current tragedy and how they are facing it with all their spirit.

- Seishin Trouble: Japanese culture, function on social classes, basically writing it to make it believable. It will be short.

- UWS: Trying to really make sure I understand nuclear power and aircraft. Since aircrafts are complex, I'll try not to dig deep into it too much. The story was inspired by my long love of airplanes though.


Mar. 25th, 2011 04:05 pm
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It's 2011. I guess it's time for me to change the layout a little bit.


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