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Review of chapter "Playing the Harp and a Discussion" from VillageOrchid
Review:
Okay...

1. Did something happen to Miss Honey? Or does she work for the watcher's council?

2. Whose watcher's council is this -- the "new" one of the "old" one.

I think that you have a start for this, but not enough reason for Buffy to be there and context for why they are talking.
Comments from author:
1: Miss Honey does work for the Watcher's Council.

2: This is the new Watcher's Council.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [22 Oct 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Playing the Harp and a Discussion" from WolfWriter
Review:
Willow would go into babble mode, and faint from the lack of oxygen to her brain.

She'd also look to, if not adopt Mathilda as a little sister, at the very least become her mentor.

Xander would say all sorts of things about her former parents, and maybe hit it off with Miss Honey.

Giles would more than likely be his competition for Miss Honey.

Dawn would love to have another smart kid to learn dead, dusty languages with.

Andrew would have a future geek to guide to adulthood.

Heck, if you brought Methos or the other Immortals into this, they'd be all over this kid like syrup on a pancake!
Comments from author:
Those things sure do sound all well and good. Plus, I can see Giles and Dawn going over languages with Matilda, and Andrew asking her how she is able to move objects without even touching them, too.
Review By [WolfWriter] • Date [22 Oct 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Playing the Harp and a Discussion" from Harry
Review:
Sweet story! And I agree with Buffy: Matilda and Red SHOULD meet up! Those two could spend much time talking about anything and everything.!
Comments from author:
Thanks. :) Glad you like this oneshot, too. :)
Review By [Harry] • Date [22 Oct 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
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