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The German flag. Also is Hans von Hozel's avatar on Fanfiction.net


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 "Hallo there, my name is Hans von Hozel.

I like to write stories to make an improve of my English.

Please read and enjoy! :)"

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 "I had idea when one day, I going in Berlin. Suddenly, everything in English! I could not understand it. It was like it in another language, so I make English and do stories in it. : D" - Hans von Hozel

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Hans von Hozel is one of many writers on Fanfiction.net, though his fics have since been taken down from the website. Probably the most notable thing about Hans' collection of fics is that he had a fic for just about everything. Well, maybe not everything, but chances are if there's a huge fanbase (e.g. Twilight), there will be a fic for that sooner or later. Although, the plot might not have to do with the storyline at all...

You can find a steadily-building archive of his work here.


Hans von Hozel's works provide examples of:

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 "One day, Naruto was sit on a beach.

It was many suns in the sky.

Suddenly, Vegeta!" - Naruto

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 "LOOK!" shout Fans, "THE BEATLES ARE MAKING A STEALING!"

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    • He also thinks that the plural of "broom" (which he consistently spells "Brom", and uses as if it were a name) is "bromine". "Brom", however, is German for "bromine" he seems to have the two confused. Bromine just so happens to be a periodic element; an odd thing to get confused with a broom of the sweeping kind