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Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from agnar
Review:
Haha awesome! Aside from Xander being *very* tired and in need of constant rehydration, I think the second spell casting came off much better for the Slayers. At least in Xander they can be sure he'd put their needs and safety first, unlike any remnants of the old watchers.
Comments from author:
When considering future management possibilities against the track record the Watchers Council has established, pretty much anyone who is not a convicted serial killer would look like a definite improvement. ;-)

Glad you enjoyed the story.
Review By [agnar] • Date [15 Mar 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
Review:
LOL!

Well at least they'll have some fun and get the job done.
Comments from author:
True. So very true. ;-)
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [5 Apr 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
Review:
Yeah, that's about what I expected to happen. Buffy is not a good role model for anyone.
Comments from author:
True, but Faith's not exactly the Girl Scout model, either. ;-)
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [5 Apr 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from superfan
Review:
I Can only use a word in Hebrew to describe how I feel about this: GADOL!!!

It means something between Great & Awesome.

Just, GADOL.
Comments from author:
Thanks. I've never been reviewed in Hebrew before. Cool. ;-)
Review By [superfan] • Date [7 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from LordSia
Review:
... On one hand, it's funny, in a cracktastic way.
On the other hand, with Xander as the Dictator of an army of Slayers (AKA "His Girls"), I can see the "eternal" war against the Darkness coming to a rather abrupt end, within the next decade or two.
Comments from author:
Yes, with Xander's influence on the Slayers, I can easily see vamps and other predatory demons, as well as malicious magic-users, rapidly becoming extinct species. ;-)
Review By [LordSia] • Date [3 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from CPTSkip
Review:
Lol! Much funnier than part 1. Of course Willow's vow would only last until she wanted to do something spectacularly stupid, I mean magical. Like Saving the Yeti or something. Just saying.
Comments from author:
Oh, you're just saying that because it's true. ;-)
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [2 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from FariaLyton
Review:
And what happens when Buffy and/or Xander asks (read: forces) Giles to try and "fix" things, "maybe" by using his own image? Ripper!Slayers?

Edit: While no one *sane* would want any more magic, we are talking about Buffy here. And Xander would get desperate around the time he started getting friction burns.
Comments from author:
I really can't see *anyone* letting *anyone* attempting any more magic with regard to the Scythe, after having seen what has happened already, can you?
Review By [FariaLyton] • Date [1 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from JasonBarnett
Review:
"Yep, that pretty much sums it up, doesn't it?

I noticed that throughout the series, despite her allegedly impressive intelligence, Willow actually didn't do much actual thinking or analysis and/or evaluation when it came to any sort of social interactions with either her friends or other people.

Instead, she pretty much just accepted and then regurgitated most of Buffy's statements and generally followed them without any real thought as to whether they actually were good or bad.

The primary examples of this would be the re-souling curse she used on Angelus and the Empowerment which activated all Potentials.

The first example was referred to as a curse for a reason - it was EVIL!!! It pulled a soul out of heaven and imprisoned it alongside a demon, without any regard for whether the soul taken was actually the one responsible for the actions the gypsies were seeking revenge. Doing something like that would/should mark that tribe as worthy of extinction, and preferably as soon as was possible.

The second example was nothing but hypocrisy on Buffy's part, since she had doe nothing but complain and piss and moan throughout the series about how unfair it was that she was Chosen as the Slayer, and then she turns around and inflicts that fate on every other Potential out there. Hypocrisy is the mildest description I can think of to use.

So, yes, Willow screwed the pooch BIG TIME here!"

we don't know that a vampire's soul goes to heaven. It could easily be stuck in some sort of limbo. It's probably easier to believe then both a random clan of gypsies and a demon in the desert have access to both Heaven and Hell to randomly pluck souls out of the ether. Because of course they'd have no idea whether a vamps soul was in heaven or hell when they tried to curse them.

Also Buffy whined, but she still fought. Plus of course as potentials they were already targets to the First Evil so she did give even the ones outside of Sunnydale, the ones in Sunnydale accepted the deal, if say the First had started sending Bringers again.
Comments from author:
I agree with pretty much everything you pointed out. ;-)
Review By [JasonBarnett] • Date [1 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from mountainelements
Review:
It's pretty easy to understand how Willow thought of the 2 older Slayers from the first chapter, but I'm pretty lost about the second chapter. Is it that instead of becoming like Xander, the Slayers focused on him foremost? The part about all of them sharing his bed was pretty creepy, considering how young most Slayers are and how Xander is in charge of them.
Comments from author:
Well, you can take the chapter any way you want, actually. That's the beauty of fan fiction. ;-)

I've had readers ask me about interpretations of some of my stories that had never even come close to what I had intended.
Review By [mountainelements] • Date [1 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from Gideon
Review:
I think that can be counted as a pretty good fix. Xander managed to stay alive for a long time on the Hellmouth so their survival instincts will be good. He hates vampires with a passion so no problems there - except for Angel and Spike :) And we know he would take care of the Slayers very well because he cares about them a lot! Of course he will die of exhaustion within the month if has has to satisfy a Slayer every night!
Comments from author:
Well, a lot of people would think that the new focus is an improvement over the previous situation. Unless they're the one who's suffering from exhaustion. ;-)
Review By [Gideon] • Date [30 Jun 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from Omegaprime
Review:
OUCH, poor Xander. But Willow should warn him when she does her spells.

Keep up the good work.
Comments from author:
Actually, Willow should warn *everyone* when she does any of her spells.
Review By [Omegaprime] • Date [30 Jun 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from Mcspender
Review:
Poor poor Xander, and yeah, Willow really sucks at magic :P.
See ya!!.
Comments from author:
Willow did have a tendency to not pay complete attention to the details of some of her spells, so something along those lines shouldn't really surprise anyone.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [30 Jun 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Gideon
Review:
To be fair even though Faith is bad and Buffy is worse as a template, Willow didn't really have any other options did she? Or maybe she could have tried to make them all like Kendra? How boring. At least they are not all like Kennedy!
Comments from author:
Very true, more Slayers like Kennedy would be BAD. ;-(

At the moment, that's all I have. ;-)
Review By [Gideon] • Date [20 Jun 11] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Scorpio
Review:
*snerk* I know this is supposed to be dark. Lots of dead girls out there. Still, sorta funny.

I just find it amusingly ironic that the girls that mimic Faith (aka the slut, according to Willow) are the ones that might actually turn into good slayers if properly trained and the girls that mimic Buffy (aka the good slayer, according to Willow) are the ones spreading thier legs to demons. Maybe next time Willow will realize that her schoolgirl judgments about people arn't actually that realistic and are instead based on her own jealousy and insecurity.

It's about damn time she grew up and got the hell over it.
Comments from author:
Yep, that pretty much sums it up, doesn't it?

I noticed that throughout the series, despite her allegedly impressive intelligence, Willow actually didn't do much actual thinking or analysis and/or evaluation when it came to any sort of social interactions with either her friends or other people.

Instead, she pretty much just accepted and then regurgitated most of Buffy's statements and generally followed them without any real thought as to whether they actually were good or bad.

The primary examples of this would be the re-souling curse she used on Angelus and the Empowerment which activated all Potentials.

The first example was referred to as a curse for a reason - it was EVIL!!! It pulled a soul out of heaven and imprisoned it alongside a demon, without any regard for whether the soul taken was actually the one responsible for the actions the gypsies were seeking revenge. Doing something like that would/should mark that tribe as worthy of extinction, and preferably as soon as was possible.

The second example was nothing but hypocrisy on Buffy's part, since she had doe nothing but complain and piss and moan throughout the series about how unfair it was that she was Chosen as the Slayer, and then she turns around and inflicts that fate on every other Potential out there. Hypocrisy is the mildest description I can think of to use.

So, yes, Willow screwed the pooch BIG TIME here!
Review By [Scorpio] • Date [10 Jun 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Wolflady
Review:
I don't know why you labeled this as Dark, it's hilarious! And the real kicker is that the whole thing is driven by Willow's subconsious attitudes. She obviously thinks both of them are a part of ho's.
Comments from author:
Yep. ;-)
Review By [Wolflady] • Date [10 Jun 11] • Not Rated
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