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That's right, not even Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace can hold a candle to this Super Smash Bros. fan Christian's saga. Back in 2013, Christian had written at least 3.5 million words with 28 chapters. Today? Now he's up to 4 million _words with _220 chapters!

Christian's fanfic, The Subspace Emissary's Worlds Conquest, is based on the popular Nintendo game, but in particular, it was the North American launch of Super Smash Bros. Brawl that inspired the uber fan to pen his own world involving the characters.

He also admitted that he started writing this fan fiction to help him practice his English-writing and speaking skills. Originally from Mexico, he came to America with enough English to help him through classes but wanted to use what he was learning in class to help create his stories.

So if you're a fan of Super Smash Bros. too, or you just want to see how the heck he fit over a million words in one story, make sure to take a week or two of your time and get reading!

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