The Idol of Mizek Kai

After years of shunning her late father over his beliefs about the supernatural, Lara Croft’s adventures on Yamatai have shown her just how wrong she was. Desperate to make amends and to restore his good name Lara follows in his footsteps to seek out magical artifacts to show the world her father was right all along.

She has set her sights on the Idol of Mizek Kai, a mysterious relic from a long forgotten kingdom. But she is not alone in pursuit of the Idol and must race against time to find it first. But what will happen when she does? What mysterious powers does the Idol possess?

As Lara writes to her father to help chronicle her adventure, she is about to find out…

Team Harmony vs. Team Romione

A story between whatweareafraidof and Rihaan (myself), as we yell at each other about fictional characters, not about the amazing magical environment that they’re in, but about their relationships.Harmony (Harry/Hermione) vsRomione (Ron/Hermione). Why is Ron bashed so much in stories? Why can’t he be treated like the honourable friend he is(n’t)? Let’s find out.

A Dark Lords Rising

The Dark Lord made a very different choice on Halloween of 1981, and with it he may have brought the very destruction to the light that they so rightfully feared. Now Harry is growing under the training of Lord Voldemort in order to avenge his parents deaths to the proclaimed leader of the light… Albus Dumbeldore.

My Immortal

My Immortal is the most famous, notoriously bad fan fiction ever written. Based very loosely in the Harry Potter universe and featuring the blatant Mary-Sue protagonist Ebony (or often times “Enoby”), it reads like a detailed list of everything a fanfic author could ever possibly do wrong, only taken to exaggerated, horrifying extremes.

Written by super-tard Tara Gilesbie, My Immortal was originally posted to FanFiction.Net sometime in 2006, but was subsequently deleted by the FF.Net staff after causing a severe drop in the site’s collective IQ. In fact, the fanfic is so unbelievably bad that many refuse to accept that it’s real, insisting that Tara was only trolling and that the story is really a parody.

Regardless of the author’s intent, My Immortal remains one of the most cringe-worthy, unintentionally hilarious, so-bad-it’s-good pieces of literature the internets have ever shat out.