1x2/2x1 is perfect, and that’s all I have to say. |
3x4/4x3 - I generally tend to look at this pairing as a back up for 1x2x1. Trowa and Quatre are a very well matched, cute pairing, just not as much so and Heero and Duo. I sometimes find them to not have enough problems to be interesting.
5x? - Wufei has been paired up with just about everyone in the series, and thrown into a wide variety of threesomes. As long as he doesn't get paired up any of his fellow Gundam pilots it really doesn’t matter to me who he ends up with. Wufei is a very versatile boy. ^^
As long as those pairings are generally left alone, any other pairings are in a neutral zone. As a matter of fact, Trowa and Quatre can get mixed around a little, and I most likely won’t mind. The only pairing that is a *must* is 1x2/2x1. If Heero and Duo are ultimately with someone else, I won’t read it.
This has to be one of the things that really gets to me, and causes me to stop reading something. I’m sure Heero could be unsure of his feelings, but that does not mean he will break down and cry (I don't mind if he cries, it's more of what he cries over. If he thinks Duo is dead or something, then it's a serious thing and that's okay. I don't like it if it's just something like "Duo doesn't like me. I'm heartless, stupid, a killer, etc.."), or will be so unaware that he gets beat up by some school bully. Heero is *not* a sniffling school girl. This completely contradicts his personality, and unless he gets some drug that makes him that way as part of a plot, I will not read this.|
If the main idea of a story is Heero and Duo going to some sex school willingly just to learn some games for the bedroom, or basically just some sex story with a master/slave theme, it’s not something I’m likely to read. I don’t want to read something that just has the characters having sex, there needs to be a plot along with it. (don’t get me wrong though, lemon and lime is always a good thing when it’s with a plot)
Hm, when I first went online to look into the GW fandom (about three years ago), I was perfectly fine with Relena as a character. Sure, I thought her a bit loopy, standing on a cliff and yelling for Heero to kill her and what not, but I generally thought her to be an okay character. After spending much time reading fanfics, visiting sites and such, my opinion of her started to slowly shift over to heavy dislike.
I went through a stage of thoroughly disliking Relena for awhile, then I watched the series again, and doing my best not to consider all of stuff online I had seen, I realized I still didn't really think that badly of Relena. So I have come to the final conclusion that Relena isn't nearly as bad as she is made out to be, and that I had been swayed by popular opinion.
How Relena is written into a fanfic usually doesn't matter much to me. Since I've read so many fics with Relena written as inconsiderate, bitchy, whore-like, dense, and the "bad guy" in general, I've gotten to the point where I can accept that no problem, and enjoy the fic just fine. I think though, that for a fic to be more deep/realistic Relena has to be written with a decent personality, more accurate to one she has in the series. Sure, she's Heero-fixated and physically a wimp, but to put it in cheesy anime terms, she has a 'good heart'.
*coughs* I will now take this time to start running from any disgruntled Relena-haters...
- 1x2/2x1, 3x4/4x3
- Romance/sap with some angst mixed in
- Lime and lemon with a plot
- PWP lemons
- Justice/Honor obsessed/ranting Wufei
- Girly pilots
- Original characters as the main character
Right, that's about it I think. ^^;
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The whistles blared, the wheels clattered, and steam shot out from the braking mechanisms of both trains as they tried to slow down, but Heero had picked a spot far enough inside the tunnel that the effect would be minimized, and the wind force enjoyed to its full extent. It was perfectly calculated, a perfect mix of security and excitement, of serenity peppered with shots of adrenaline. Heero leaned forward, and at the exact point in time where each of the two trains shot past them on a different side, creating a miniature cyclone to which both boys were purposely oblivious, he pulled Duo even closer, and kissed him.
--Bridlewood Manor by Mitsugi [Mitsu Gallery]
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