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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from FifthHorseman
I am curious why Oz? In both your stories you have killed Oz, I understand Mary's motivation and can see the parallel to canon. Dean's reaction makes no sense unless Oz is a killer, then it fits canon. Problem is your use of Oz, is basically non-canon, if you trying for canon, why not both story lines?

Simply using the female werewolf Verca?? whatever her name is, would fit and make both story lines fit canon, giving Dean and Sam sister instead of a brother makes as much sense and will do little to change the story in fact it would improve the drama/angst of the story.

I feel you have the supernatural characters down pat if the qualification's I made are correct, the BtVS character you have used feels wrong in the context that you have used.
Comments from author:
Thank you for the imput.

I don't know why Oz. I go with Dean's interaction with werewolves in the episode "heart" of season 2. That was what that fic's reaction was based off of.

I completely forgot about Verna (the female werewolves name) and your totally right, I should have used her Instead of Oz. Thanks for pointing that out! And for the complications. I may rewrite this one to have it be Verna instead of Oz because it does make more sense, now that I'm thinking about it.
Review By [FifthHorseman] • Date [6 Jan 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Mcspender
Beware of a mother's revenge, It is veeeery painful.
Why do I get the feeling that, maybe... the most dangerous Winchester was Mary, not John?.

See ya!!
Comments from author:
Thanks for reviewing!
I always think that the most dangerous person in any family of men would most likely be the woman. Expeshilly when facing something that had destroyed their family.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [5 Jan 08] • Rating [10 out of 10]
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