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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from BillieBog
Review:
Really great story. Love to read what comes next--with all our heros dead??

Thanks so much for sharing
BB
Comments from author:
Thanks so much for commenting!

Don;t you dare feed the bunnies. They've been little buggers.
Review By [BillieBog] • Date [1 Jun 08] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Dragonelf
Review:
::Feeds the plot bunny::
Review By [Dragonelf] • Date [29 May 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from CPTSkip
Review:
Holy frakking hell! Now that was a frakking cliffy! Talk about your lady or the tiger endings. Nice job.
Comments from author:
Yay! You got it!

Thanks for commenting.
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [29 May 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Past Donor)morgyair
Review:
Well done! May we have more??????
Comments from author:
Thank you!

I have a plot bunny on the back burner for a different take, but no more for this particular one.

Thanks for reading!
Review By [(Past Donor)morgyair] • Date [28 May 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Moderator)Ava
Review:
You know I adored this but I feel the need to reiterate my previous comments. I loved the concept of Kennedy being the last Slayer standing. She always seems to get the short straw in fics and I liked that you allowed her to shine if only briefly.

The idea of a Terminator's exoskeleton denting the scythe is as dark as it is nifty. The very thought of something outside the supernatural being able to affect it makes perfect sense to me. I mean if we go by the balance concept that Joss seemed to favor at times in the series the very activation of all the potentials might have been the action that triggered the weakening of the scythe - and I'm probably reading too much into your story. *blushes* I tend to do that.

I also very much enjoyed the fact that the Scoobies didn't save the day. They didn't sweep in with their spells and powerhouses (IE Willow, Faith or Buffy) and manage the to avert the apocalypse one last time. Nope, this time they lost and damn if that wasn't satisfying. Nicely paced, well timed character death and you ended the world. I liked it!
Comments from author:
*hugs! Thanks. You got it right away. All of it. The original idea was much darker and more sinister, but i simply didn't have enough time to write it before the challenge. I've saved it for later. I think you'll like it as well.

On the Scythe: as I mentioned to Jason, My thoughts on the the Slayer's weapon was that the material(metal) it was made out of was the same material used for the endoskeletons plus the mystical element added by the guardians. I just didn't have the time nor inclination to write up that part. Maybe I will later, or maybe incorporate that into the evol dark fic sitting on the back burner.

And just think, if the Scoobies had stayed out of it, Dawn's essence wouldn't have been that last nudge the computers needed for sentience...
Review By [(Moderator)Ava] • Date [28 May 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from angrymonkey
Review:
Kind of depressing, but neat.
Comments from author:
Hey there!

Thanks for reading. I had a few wibbly moments writing it.
Review By [angrymonkey] • Date [28 May 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from JasonBarnett
Review:
Not a bad concept, but I don't believe it. I think the scythe should be able to cut through something like that.
Comments from author:
You certainly have a right to your opinion, but that's the way my mad little plot bunny hopped.

If I'd had the time or inclination, I could have expanded it to explain that the material used for the endoskeletons was the same as the Scythe minus the mystical element, which is why the scythe was merely damaged, not destroyed.

Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment!
Review By [JasonBarnett] • Date [28 May 08] • Not Rated
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