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Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from krycekov
Review:
This is one of my favorite HP crossovers. It sums up Dumbledore and the wizarding world perfectly. Your Wesley is flawless.
Review By [krycekov] • Date [25 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Acherlyn
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To tell the truth, I have never liked Dumbledork...the manipulative bas***d and the coward, sending kids out to fight a war that he should have taken care of the first time around.....

I have ALWAYS loved Wes, and you have confirmed my ever love for Wes.....Thank you
Review By [Acherlyn] • Date [13 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Frogsareevil
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Loved it - never liked Dumbledore anyway.
Review By [Frogsareevil] • Date [12 Apr 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from PrincessTai
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Oh, Dumbledore that manipulative f-er. I do like the man, I do but damn ... I just loved the process, I was waitin for the realiation but then I realized that he did know what Wesley meant. He was playing delibaretly dumb and I loved that as well. Oh, Dumbledore, you don't play politics with a Watcher. Especially not one of Wes or Giles caliber. I felt it could have been a bit more smoother, but that could be just me, since I secretly think Dumby is, ... let's not get into that. Either way, I was prickling with anticipation. Like, smack him down Wes! I liked that part a lot.

I so believe that Dumby would have used the Imperio. He was such a "all for the greater good" guy, so called greater good. And I sort of agree with Wes logic. Well, really agree with it. Slayer's do fight worse. And they REALLY could have taken the DE's if they had a better tactic, but then again, they had to worry about neutrals, which always throw things. Not to mention the Order were as bad as the DE's in kissing leader arse, except without the ambition. And I think fewer members.

I think though that equating Voldie to what they fight isn't that easy as, throw magic and kill the dude. Or else Dumby woulda killed him. Prophecy aside. But I totally get your point and I totally enjoyed this :-D
Review By [PrincessTai] • Date [11 Mar 09] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Kristal
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Hm, I swore I reviewed this before but now that I recommended it, I see that I did not! Well! This was amazing (as you probably well know). I love it and brings the reality in... well, the reality that is the world of magic and slayers! I read fanfics and definitely wonder the same thing- apocalypse and Voldie... hm... tough choice! :P Yup! Great job! Keep writing!
Review By [Kristal] • Date [3 Mar 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from umino
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I agree with you. Wesley kicks ass!
Review By [umino] • Date [19 Jul 08] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from banner
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OK, THAT worked. I've never understood the "send a Slayer to protect the Boy Who Lived," either - for one thing, is she now authorized to kill people? Who is going to train her to detect poisons in his food? Is she going to be able to discover that his broom has been sabotaged? Slayers need lots of physical activity and violence - not easy to find in a school. Body Guard is not an unskilled position, and she has no training in human threat assessment or cult psychology. I could go on.
After the Slayer Activation, there were a lot more slayers, but I doubt they EVER has any to spare for personal protection. If they did, they'd be tasked with protecting heads of state.
Review By [banner] • Date [6 Jul 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from (Current Donor)Ironbear
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*roflmao!* Good for you. And good for Wesley! ;) Wes is right: the Beast, Aneglus, the Beast's Master, and that "putting out the Sun" thing kinda outweighs Voldemort and his fifty followers - not to mention that a Slayer's not really cut out for a magic war.

Enjoyed the story. This is one of the first Harry Potter/Angel/BtVS crossovers I've really liked.
Review By [(Current Donor)Ironbear] • Date [9 Feb 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Noclaf
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Hazah, 10 points to you for sound reasoning.
Comments from author:
Heh, yeah. ^.^
Review By [Noclaf] • Date [23 Dec 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from purrfus
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Congratulations on the 2007 COA nomination.

I know this is in the Wesley catagory, but the first read through I focused on the way you portrayed Dumbledore as the evil, sneaky, manipulative b*****d that he is.

Then I read it again and was really able to focus on and enjoy Wesley as more than a match for him.
Comments from author:
Hah, yeah. I squealed like a young girl when I saw the COA nomination. (Sad but true.) I know my Dumbledore is a bit strong, and he dominates the story, but Wesley's character has always been somewhat understated. It fit him better, you know?

I'm glad you liked it!
Review By [purrfus] • Date [10 Dec 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from CrystalOGrapher
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Interesting. I found this story via JediButtercup's rec. I firmly believe that Dumbledore was a manipulative old coot; Imperio might be stretching it, though. I think I'll go have a look at your other stories, now.
Review By [CrystalOGrapher] • Date [18 Nov 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from MBelasko
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Great fic, and I totally agree with Wesley's assesment of the situation. Out of curiousity do you think muggles with firepower would do better against the Death Eaters ? Be nice to see a couple followers run into season 4 or 5 Wesley, AK may kill with one hit but so does a shotgun blast against a robe.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the review. I honestly think that the Protego spell, a wizard's basic protection, doesn't work against most corporeal objects, just other spells. As a result, shotgun beats wizard, hands down. Then again, bullets won't do you any good if you've been imperio-ed. It just depends on the muggle's agility and the wizard's stupidity. (They seem to regard muggles in the way we regard small, fluffy puppies: "aww, aren't they *adorable*." I don't think they're aware that puppy has claws, fangs, and nuclear capabilities.)
Review By [MBelasko] • Date [5 Oct 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from arkeus
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Good work :-)

As you said, if the Slayer has no immunity to AK and no magic, she might get rid of a few DE by sheer acrobatics and dodging, but she will do far more good on La or an Hellmouth.
Review By [arkeus] • Date [13 Aug 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Starbright
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I really liked this. Wesley (in any season) definitely wouldn't have sent Faith off to England, so I was thrilled to see you have him stare down Dumbledore like that. And not to belabor the point, but there isn't much a Slayer can do against a wizard/witch. What's Buffy/Faith/Angel/Spike supposed to do? Spin-kick a magic spell out of the air? Please, people! And way cool of you to point out that Voldy only has like two dozen minions wreaking evil, lol. :)
Review By [Starbright] • Date [13 Aug 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Tea and Threats" from Neviditelny
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AWESOME!!!!!!!

Go you for such a badass Wes!!!!!
Review By [Neviditelny] • Date [12 Aug 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
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