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Ranma Fanfic of the Year was a series of posts by Taleswapper in which they detailed their picks for the best Ranma ½ fan fiction of the past year. The awards began in 1995[1] and ended in early 1998.[2]

Description[]

Suddenly inspired to express my thoughts on stories I have enjoyed reading, I put together the following list of my favorites and tried to describe why I like the stories so much.[1]

Notes[]

  • Taleswapper also made quarterly posts for the best of the preceding three months.
  • Awards listed alphabetically by author rather than by placing.[1]
  • The "fanfic" year runs from October 1 through September 30.[3]
  • Based on works of fan fiction posted to RAAC.[3]

Awards[]

Overall 1995[]

Hall of Fame Inductees[]

1996[]

1st Quarter[]

2nd Quarter[]

3rd Quarter[]

4th Quarter[]

Overall 1996[]

  • Thy Inward Love - by Richard Lawson
  • Normal by Roy Rim
  • Nightshadow - by Shannon M. Richmeyer
  • Autumn - by Joseph Palmer
  • Tales of Ranma & Nabiki - by McKinley Morganfield
  • Remind My Heart - by Stephanie A. Gonzales
  • Sunrise[4] - by Nicholas Leifker
  1. Overall winner.

Hall of Fame Inductees[]

  • Stepping Stones - by Benares
  • Ranma 0.5 - by Darren Demaine
  • Summer - by Joseph Palmer

1997[]

1st Quarter[]

2nd Quarter[]

3rd Quarter[]

Mea Culpa[]

This was a list of stories that Taleswapper had "been all set to include [in previous quarterly postings] but could not find the inspiration to write a worthwhile appreciation."[6]

1st Quarter (October-December 1996)[]
2nd Quarter (January-February 97)[]
3rd Quarter (April-June 1997)[]
4th Quarter (July-September 1997)[]

4th Quarter[]

Overall 1997[]

This year, the top placing stories were awarded a "Golden P-chan", while the overall winner (Hearts of Ice) got a "Golden Ranma-chan".

  • Flambe! - by Bridget Engman
  • You Can Never Have Too Many... - by David Johnston
  • Orange - by Joseph Palmer
  • Reflective Snapshot - by Michael J. Noakes
  • Thy Outward Part - by Richard Lawson
  • Poison - by Susan Doenime
  • Hearts of Ice - by Krista Perr

Hall of Fame Inductees[]

  • Wicked Garden - by Stefan Gagne
  • Nightshadow - by Shannon M. Richmeyer
  • Daigakusei No Ranma - by David Tai, Paul Gallegos, John Walter Biles, & Jeffrey Paul Hosmer

FFML Posting History[]

RAAC Posting History[]

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