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Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Zeviz
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I like this series of stories. Thanks for writing them.
Review By [Zeviz] • Date [20 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Javian
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Fun story.
Review By [Javian] • Date [24 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Gideon
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Nice to know that O'Neill values the work that the Slayers do even if he doesn't know they exist :) I think it is a mistake to pretend they don't know anything. They could leave a request for involvement if the Slayers ever come across anything similar again, maybe even on an informal level between Buffy and Riley. And ignoring any info the Council may have in the archives is shortsighted too. I had hoped Riley would convince them otherwise, but it is all too realistic that the govt would err on the side of more secrecy :(
Review By [Gideon] • Date [27 Jun 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from serenityselena
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interesting ^__^
Review By [serenityselena] • Date [29 Jan 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from FireWolfe
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I really enjoyed this piece. In fact I like all your stories for the most part. I had a great laugh at ther BSG2003 works. That is saying something as I loathe the series in general. I love your style its crisp and clear. I am hoping for more in this series and perhaps in The Muggle Way. It is to good to be left hanging in both cases. While this is a great one shot so much more could be done with it.

Anyway thanks for the fun stories and I hope you can write more soon.
Fire
Review By [FireWolfe] • Date [7 Nov 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from leelaa
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Hammond once again wondered just how exactly he’d been talked into taking this job. He remembered General Babcock saying something about a quiet retirement posting where little to nothing would ever happen. He really needed to think of an appropriate way to thank Rob one of these days.
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SNORT. LOL.
Good one. Heehee.
Review By [leelaa] • Date [5 Oct 10] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from leelaa
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Superb.
Review By [leelaa] • Date [10 Feb 10] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from SpacedCadet
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I thoroughly enjoyed all the stories you've done in this series so far...and hope you do more!
Review By [SpacedCadet] • Date [25 Jul 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from (Recent Donor)Mari
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The concept of this series is great; I can see Riley and crew stuck in the middle. Bits that particularly struck my fancy: "What did Giles say?” . . . “Trust me Wills,” Buffy said. “Even you would have been bored by this lecture. By the end even Dawn was starting to fade out.”. This felt so, so true to the characters. I also liked the Dr. Ambrose thing, since I can definitely see Walsh reassigning someone who believed a little too much of the mystical aspect.
Review By [(Recent Donor)Mari] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Satori
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HEY! QUIT COPYING ME!

Quite a coincidence aint it, you doing a BTVS/SG-1 story also about Seth and also entitled Jurisdiction...

EDIT:

Yes, but you used the same title I did, which is why I noticed. If you found someone writing a story with the same name and same general topic as your story, within two weeks of your own piece, you would take notice too. Quit whining, I haven't accused you of plagerism. I'm merely less than pleased with the coinciding titles... it's hard to get one's work read when a better known author writes a piece with the same name, fandoms, and twist. Wouldn't you be upset if someone else eclipsed your efforts?

And for the record my story is NOT a stand alone. Its the first in a planned longer series of "not-utterly-cliched ways of having SG-1 meet BtVS"
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I hope you mean this statement as a joke. Otherwise you are accusing me of plagiarism and that really is serious. I work hard to try and bring a somewhat unique take on crossovers and do not appreciate being accused of copying or stealing

As to the specific charge

Yes we have the same title and it’s a Stargate story about the Seth episode.

1 – There at least two other stories on this site alone that re-write the Seth episode:

Gods of Chaos and Chase amongst the Stars

Both of them were posted before either of our stories were posted. So I guess we’re stealing from those authors. Or more likely ‘Seth’ makes a good crossover point for BtVS and SG because it’s set on Earth and there’s a natural reason for the Slayers to get involved.

2 – The Title

Again there are other stories on this site that have Jurisdiction for a title (do a search). Second I picked the title because it fits the situation. Riley and Sam are faced with an area of overlapping Jurisdiction between the Council and the SGC and have sort their way through the dilemma.

3 – I did not read your story prior to posting my own. Having read it now there are significant differences in the situations. In your story the Scoobies are not even involved where as in mine they discover Seth first. In yours SG-1 is still involved in taking down Seth where as in mine SG-1 is sidelined. Your story is a standalone where as mine is part of the larger series. There are other differences but that’s all I need for now.

Please do NOT EVER, even as a joke, accuse me or anyone else of copying or stealing an idea.

It is NOT funny.
Review By [Satori] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Marcel
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I love this series... but I still believe you should have made it one story. A *long* one :) I can't track it this way. Oh well.
Review By [Marcel] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from Clee
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Both sides have their secrets. I thought the Council's reaction was appropriately measured. Slipping your SG5 and the slayers in fitted well.
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Not really. Buffy and CO. would have never left any fuctioning weapons for the military to get their hands on behind. Willow's spell would've either rendered them totally inert or fused their internal working componets ala the Next Gen transporter trick. By the time the SGC realized the weapons were basically duds, the Council would've been gone.

Remember, the New Council would be a lot more devious and underhaned in their dealings than the SGC would ever be because the Council's world view would've affected by their past dealings with both demons and humans who couldn't be be trusted whatsoever.

Quite frankly, there's no way Sam and Reiley would agree to pull what they pulled on them, because they know what Buffy and her friends have been through,and what the pricce would be for doing so. They simiply aren't that stupid.
Review By [Clee] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from mymatedave
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Just read the whole series, really like it. So many xovers have all the Scoobies instantly let in on the SGC program, nice to see that classified actually means something for once.
Review By [mymatedave] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from MarcusRowland
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I seem to have missed some of the earlier stories - interesting series, and a good take on slayer / Stargate crossovers.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Overlap – Jurisdiction" from (Current Donor)MaxGSandeman
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Both sides have their secrets. I thought the Council's reaction was appropriately measured.
Slipping your SG5 and the slayers in fitted well.
Review By [(Current Donor)MaxGSandeman] • Date [29 Sep 07] • Not Rated
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