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Review of chapter "A night to remember" from Gideon
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Good story, a bit confused in parts because of the wrong words in the wrong order but I got the idea most of the time. I'm assuming that they missed Angel's heart because he isn't dust but that has got to hurt. And now that Harmoney has taken out the spellcaster rather than the focus of the spell will the end result be different? Will more or less be retained?
Review By [Gideon] • Date [2 May 11] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "A night to remember" from scmbpinto
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This is the second story I have seen like this. Yours is good but there are some things that makes it difficult to read. For starters you have formatting and grammar errors that could be easily seen if you read it through again before you post. Also you have 40k facts that do not exist. I am better at that so I'll try and point them all out. First off there is no Machineseer, your original idea of Enginseer does exist though. If you do not want that then just make here a Genetor or Artisan. Also I don't know why the Sister of Battle would hate the Mechanicus; be cautious and wary, yes but hate for someone that idolized a fascet of the Emperor, not likely.

Next is Xander, Black Templars have no rank called Paladin. He could be a neophyte, Sword Brethren, The Emperor's Champion, or possibly a Castellan. If Space Marine hit a normal human in the face, that person would be dead at best.

The rest is pretty small stuff: the Adeptus Sororitas is NOT a Chapter like the Space Marines have, it the Militant arm of the Ecclesiarchy. And a bolter is shoots mass-reactive rounds, thus Angel would be in pieces that turn into dust if he was shot in the chest at point blank range. Last thing that stood out is that their melee weapons are not called energy weapons (though that is what they are), they are called and always referred to as Power weapons. So power sword, power axe, etc.

Other than those it is an interesting story because the only other one like it did not involve anyone other than Willow Buffy and Xander. Keep it up.

For references on 40k go to the lexicanum, just look it up on google. It will have, pretty much, everything you need.
Review By [scmbpinto] • Date [24 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A night to remember" from Wormbait
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Well Sunnydale will be a lot quieter of a town while they try to sort themselves out, since hey just took out a good chunk of the population.

Not quite sure about who's what as I never played the game, but most of them I can figure out. Willow has me stumped though.

Looking forward to seeing where you go with this.

Well done and thanks for sharing.
Review By [Wormbait] • Date [23 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from Frardowin
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Wow a space marine who isn't a smurf acting like the lap dog of an inquisitor.

And he is one of the Space Marines who ignore the codex in regards to chaper size.

I laughed at that.
Review By [Frardowin] • Date [23 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A night to remember" from eriktheviking
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Well written confusion of the possessed in a strange world.
Review By [eriktheviking] • Date [22 Apr 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "A night to remember" from DarkMuse
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Boy, with the memories of these Warhammer characters and the knowledge that they slaughtered a bunch of children, I don't think suicidal depression would be out of character for some of the scoobie crew.
Review By [DarkMuse] • Date [22 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from SamDragon
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Lots of dead children in this one.Will be interesting to see what you do with it next.
Review By [SamDragon] • Date [16 Apr 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from eriktheviking
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A great version of Halloween especially with Ethan the Geek and the varied cast from W40k.
Review By [eriktheviking] • Date [16 Apr 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from SCIfilover
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I give you a score of 10 over 10 for this chapter. I have to say that you have done something I never though possible, you have caused me to pity the demons of the BTVSverse. You have what sounds like a monodominant Inquisitor, a Black Templar Space marine(they are mad religious, xenophobic crusaders. Worse than other IOM zealots), 2 Karskins, a Vindicare assassin , a Sister of Battle(another mad religious zealot) and a tech-priestess in BTVSverse. The demons are in for a world of hurt and purging. But now you have entered a new phase of this story as to how does this night affect the group. It will fuck with their heads completely, lets face it the demons of BTVSverse are babies and the characters of Buffy have western morality and absolute morality as their way of looking at the world, especially Buffy. The people of WH40k are in our moral sense EVIL, all capital letters for emphasis, seeing as they are religiously intolerant, totalitarian, fascist, killing millions to protect billions and fanatics, I don't just mean the IOM but all factions. For example: Buffy willl have in her head the memories of a person who tortured and executed people and probably ordered planets to be Exterminatused.

There is a story called "The Open Door" - the link: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4320933/1/The_Open_Door. this story at chapter 16 and 17 details the aftermath and thoughts of the Buffy, Willow and Xander after wearing the costumes of WH40k characters and how it affected them.

I have on my laptop several warhammer 40k RPG books that has excellent fluff about the Inquistion, the Space marines, the Sisters of Battle and so on as well as the equipment and skill they have. I want to e-mail you these pdf's so that they can aid you in your story, if you want them. Does this story include the StargateVerse?
Review By [SCIfilover] • Date [16 Apr 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from swordstars
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nice, i hope you keep going with this story
Review By [swordstars] • Date [15 Apr 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from Omegaprime
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Oh, CRAP. I forgot that Ethan used a Chaos god and those guys REALLY don't like people using anything that has the word Chaos in it so Ethan is in major trouble.
Review By [Omegaprime] • Date [15 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from Xovervore
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This is sure a "bloody" story. Either the spell won't end, which would create a bizarre situation; or it will take a bit longer than in canon, but it will be ended somehow (possibly by Ethan himself!). If and when it does end, they will be truly horrified by their actions. It is an original approach to have the characters retain their actual names, but with its own logic because they did not choose prior identities before the spell occurred.
Review By [Xovervore] • Date [15 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from AlphaBeta
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Very nicely done. Similar but bigger then the story where Xander went as the God Emperor and Buffy and Willow went as Adapt Sisters, I think. Anyways, please update soon.
Review By [AlphaBeta] • Date [14 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from CrystalBlaze
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They are going to REND him, SHRED him, PSYK him into quivering painfilled wobbly bits, THEN they will let him die.

And given he called on a CHAOS God to do it? They're gonna be extra vicious about it!
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [14 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prolog: It was one sunny October day..." from Kaleidofox
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Sorry I didn't put this with my other review...

But I was thinking, if Ethan is a "chaos mage", how exactly are the characters going to respond to /that/? I am thinking not so good.


And I actually think Buffy fits Inquisitor, as she is the one who tells them how to get stuff done, and Joyce, while the parent figure, isn't a leader, more of a protector if anything, so she would never fit an Inquisitor.
Review By [Kaleidofox] • Date [14 Apr 11] • Not Rated
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