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A Storybook Romance

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Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from MavenAlysse
Review:
Bravo.

Well crafted.

Thank you for sharing.

-MavenAlysse

::sigh:: I love "The Princess Bride" ::deep sigh::
Review By [MavenAlysse] • Date [22 Jan 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
Review:
LOL!

Loved it!
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [22 Jan 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from ChiVayne
Review:
Hah, Spike went from mostly dead to all dead. But unfortunately Miracle Max's advice doesn't hold true - no clothes to go through for loose change.
Review By [ChiVayne] • Date [21 Jan 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from DofEire
Review:
::helpless giggles::
Review By [DofEire] • Date [21 Jan 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from (Current Donor)Speakertocustomers
Review:
Very entertaining. There are, however, a couple of errors. Spike would not have the 'tugging at his forelock' reflex; someone whose mother was attended by the Queen's physician could not possibly be lower class. He might bow but that's it.

Also a rapier through the heart can't kill a vampire. Only wood can do that. Westley should either use an improvised stake or else a decapitating slash.
Comments from author:
You're in the middle of an alley about to take your latest victim and then you're hectored in the same tone of voice you received in your infancy from your nanny instructing you that it's never an offense to behave too deferentially to your betters.

You WILL grovel.

Also, wooden stakes work, true, but so do magical objects. What else would you call a rapier that changed due to Chaos magic from a length of painted plastic into a deadly weapon, held in the hand of a person who was brought to life by the same magic and had the reputation of defeating any foe he faced with his sword?
Review By [(Current Donor)Speakertocustomers] • Date [21 Jan 09] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "A Storybook Romance" from CPTSkip
Review:
Lol! Great Helloween story. I especially liked Vampire Of Idiotic Demeanor. I actually felt sorry for Spike for nearly a nanosecond. But who was Wesley?
Comments from author:
Westley, not Wesley. Also known as the Man In Black, a couple of centuries before Smith and Jones teamed up. Greatest swordsman of all time. Buttercup's beloved. Cary Elwes played the role in the movie.
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [21 Jan 09] • Not Rated
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