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Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from (Recent Donor)nerfherder
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Huh!?! The Earth was under a quarantine?!? Yeah, I can totally see that!
Comments from author:
Well, we know that the relays are shut down because the Reapers do it on their way out. But... look at it from Liara's perspective. You have a people hidden away behind a series of closed relays that the Protheans studied. And they're violent, possibly invincible, and warred with the supposed goddesses of asari legend. It's as good an explanation as any.
Review By [(Recent Donor)nerfherder] • Date [17 Oct 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from DarthTenebrus
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I must confess to a lack of knowledge concerning the Mass Effect franchise, but several factors seem to have clued me in as to the identity of the Prothean race; are they humans?
Comments from author:
The Protheans are this insectoid humanoid species that died out roughly 50,000 years before when this story was set. They became aware of a cyclical cycle of destruction and began nurturing chosen races in conjunction with a cryostasis program. The idea was that they would hide a breeding population away, sacrifice the rest of their species, and then those chosen few would arise and reestablish their empire with new subject races. The asari we see here are one of the most manipulated races, while humanity was closely watched and possibly tweaked while in their caveman stages. The cryostasis program failed and so the Protheans aren't relevant really to the present day of Mass Effect or this story, but their effects are still felt. Such as the massive database they left behind on the asari homeworld.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [15 Oct 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from raxadian
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Now that's a good first impression.
Comments from author:
Illyria is a consummate diplomat.
Review By [raxadian] • Date [15 Oct 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from fanreaderonetwo
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So you are crossing at least some elements from Mass Effect into your fic?

http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Codex/Aliens:_Council_Races
Comments from author:
Well, based on the timeline of Earth becoming starfaring in Star Trek, we're already going to see some massive ripples. Here, the asari had to come looking for humans because they bypassed the mass relays and therefore the First Contact War. What other changes there may be? Time will tell. For all we know, the turians evolved in Klingon territory...
Review By [fanreaderonetwo] • Date [15 Oct 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from MarcusRowland
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I have no idea of this latest crossover, but it looks interesting.
Comments from author:
Mass Effect is a series of... RPG Shooters, as odd as it sounds. Borderlands and Destiny are similar; most of the focus is on running and gunning, but there is serious storytelling, multiple character classes with distinctly different gameplay, plot affected by your choices, et cetera.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [15 Oct 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Blue Marble" from Hecatonchires
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Illyria ftw :)
Comments from author:
I love writing Illyria just because she's so out there in comparison to the mentality of other characters be they human or alien.
Review By [Hecatonchires] • Date [15 Oct 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Treason Season" from DarthTenebrus
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A ten for the sudden clue-in. Devious minds, whether great or not, oftentimes do think alike. About this T'Liu, though. ..just who is she, that Drusilla ( just what is Dru's Starfleet rank by this time?) can just casually say back...to Sunnydale...and Los Angeles? Gotta be Cordy...or Faith.

That got you your ten as much as the Treason Season session did. Kudos.
Comments from author:
I may have to revise that sentence if you're seeing things like that... it's nothing more than T'Liu having been a previous feeding partner under the same agreement as Jhamel. She feeds Dru in order for information; being a Vulcan and all, her innate curiosity makes it an adequate exchange in her mind.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Sins of the Daughters" from DarthTenebrus
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Oh...crap. Never suffer a threat to the ship or crew to live, unless Captain's orders dictate otherwise.

-Drusilla's Law Number One.

Drusilla's First Prohibition states that a vampire must never venture out into the sunlight. Another of Drusilla's Prohibitions is that a vampire must never drink Orion blood, as it is a powerful narcotic as well as a hallucinogen.

Here endeth the lesson.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Klondyke" from DarthTenebrus
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Loved Dru's little monologue there. So what's the effect of Andorian blood on a vampire's system? Vulcan blood, which is copper-based and thus the reason for the green hue, has the effect of stabilizing the mood of a vampire under extreme mental duress. Just what is the difference between Andorians and Aenar, though?
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Anomalous" from DarthTenebrus
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So...a vampire in Starfleet. Not exactly the most novel concept, as I've seen stories that have Spike as a starship captain, but there it is.

I expect Drusilla's middle name, then, is Juliet? Odd, that, since Ms Landau is an American actress. Ah well, she pulled it off nicely in the original series. One wonders if there would be a series made featuring Drusilla, possibly documenting her own struggle through unlife and a possible means of regaining her sanity and maybe even her soul.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Yummy Sushi" from fanreaderonetwo
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"Also, K'Eshtan the Vulcan is Dawn. After all, 2153 is a bit too long for a human to live, especially since there was a nuclear world war."

****

Another asked the question, with no answer, Was Dawn reborn on Vulcan?

If she was, how did she retain or get back most or all of her human memories?

Or did she survive as a human, and somehow (presumably magic) got turned in a Vulcan, complete with a very influential family.
Review By [fanreaderonetwo] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Treason Season" from raxadian
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Will you write an spin-off about Dawn the Vulcan?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "This is My Crew" from raxadian
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Yes very lovely, I think the reason why the first chapter had so many reviews it was because it had Dawn in it, will we see her again?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Romnomnomulan" from raxadian
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Oh, will Dru keep her new pet?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sins of the Daughters" from raxadian
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Well, I wonder if Spike is still around?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [27 Jul 14] • Not Rated
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