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Crack fics -my reason for living
While I occasionally write multi-chaptered fics, my forte is oneshots. I abhor writing multi-chapter fics and admire those who do write them.

I have cheatfics of Ivan and Yao that I cannot post here due to legal rights. Go here if u want to read them: xblkdragonx.livejournal.com/ta…

My tumblr: moon-over-water.tumblr.com/

About my fics:

1. If you see "Jao" it is basically Ivan saying Yao's name with a Russian accent. If you see "Yiwan", it's the Chinese pronunciation of "Ivan" in Chinese.

2. In my first few fics, I made Yao end his sentences with "aru" but I took it out after I found that it ruined many serious moments. So I'll only use "aru" in crack or humorous fics.

3. There is no consistency in my characterization of Yao or Ivan. They change from one story to the next. This is best shown in "Affectionate China" with Yao. I do this because I try to find personalities best fit for the storyline.

4. I make a point in calling Yao and Ivan "China" and "Russia" in my fics to make it obvious when they say each others' human name. Calling each other by human name is a form of intimacy in my head canon. When they suddenly revert to call each other "China" and "Russia" then it is showing distance or dislike between the two characters. The only exception to this rule is my AU fics in which I strictly use human names (First Beyond Reason falls under AU btw).

5. For making Yao and Ivan OOC, I do it on purpose. For one, it's hard writing a serious fic with their canon personality. And secondly, I do not want to offend the Chinese or Russian readers. I have read too many angry reviews on other fics and unhappy blog entries on how foreigners treat their nation, to know what not to write. I also feel that there is no one "true" personality for Ivan and Yao. Each person/country view Hetalia differently. Japanese will differ from Americans, Russians from Chinese.
I got a question that sorta pertains to Rochu, but mostly the difference between Japanese and Chinese mythology in regards to the red string of fate.

From what I know, the Chinese version is that two destined lovers are connected by the string of fate which are bound to their ankles. I've seen countless Chinese dramas, movies to not know it. The Japanese version has it where it's tied to their pinkies.

So my question is, do the Chinese fans when they write/draw RoChu, do they follow the Chinese or Japanese version? I haven't seen too many Chinese RoChu fanart that has the red string of fate, so I was wondering.

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GiusyRevenge Dec 24, 2013  Student Filmographer
MERRY CHRISTMAS
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:iconxblkdragonx:
Merry Christmas to you too~ Hope all your wishes came true this year :D
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GiusyRevenge Dec 25, 2013  Student Filmographer
thank you ,the same for you...
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Explosion245 Dec 14, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
awww!! I love your icon so much!! its adorable!! ;w; and your crazy fics too! >w<9





aw man now i want a flower too ;w;
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:iconxblkdragonx:
Thanks! I wish i knew who made the icon, but I don't >____<. And haha, I'm happy to hear you like my weird fanfics.

And here ya go! :iconflowerplz:
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Explosion245 Dec 21, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
yayy! :D

and dy are aweomse
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:iconthunderbolt3000:

Your icon is the best thing ever :,DD

I LOVE IT <3~

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:iconxblkdragonx:
What are you saying, your icon is cute too! 0v0)b
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:iconskyelves:
I  tagged you
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