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Xander and Yet ANOTHER Demon

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Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from normanK
Review:
Thanks great story.
Review By [normanK] • Date [2 Sep 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sam and the Corpse" from DarkKing
Review:
If drinking pig's blood means that Harmony has pig's blood in her veins/arteries, does that mean that if she tried to "turn" somebody that the result would be a pig vampire?

Maybe a "pigpire?" Or "vampig?"
Comments from author:
:D :D I think you could easily convince Harmony of that.

I think it's amazing that Joss turned Harmony Kendall into a much more interesting character by killing her. Shows like 'Dead Like Me' took a character and killed her and put her in much more interesting settings, but Harmony actually turned into a more interesting character.

Buffy and Xander: Harmony? Harmony has *minions*? (they both laugh)
Review By [DarkKing] • Date [15 Aug 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from batzulger
Review:
I love this Xander. Easily my fave Xander based story on this site.
Comments from author:
Thanks! I like Xander. Well, I like pretty much all the characters. I even like some of the villains.

I admit it, I loved The Mayor too. He was such an amazing combination of Ward Cleaver and Saruman. "You know what you need to cheer you up? Miniature golf!"
Review By [batzulger] • Date [10 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Sam and the Hok’tar" from Dayloc
Review:
While I am enjoying the story overall, the internal monologue from Carter and Xander is somewhat aggravating and is making them seem really stupid. Absolute certainty is the sign of an idiot.
Comments from author:
I've certainly met plenty of idiots who lived under the 'absolute certainty' banner 24x7. But almost every Master Detective in fiction does the absolute-certainty bit on a regular basis. (They may be wrong on occasion, but that does not stop them from trotting out their deductions and being certain they are right the very next time. Look at Sherlock Holmes!) And Carter has done it in canon and then proved herself right.
Review By [Dayloc] • Date [29 May 14] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from lateVMlover
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This was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed your vision for the future Scoobies. Forgive my ignorance, but can you tell me what hok’tar means? Thanks!
Comments from author:
Hok'tar is a Goua'uld word that combines the Goua'uld words for 'advanced' and 'human'. Nirrti is the one most associated with this, since she was doing it on Hanka (Cassandra Fraiser's homeworld) and managed to give Cassie the power to control magnetic fields (but at the 'party trick' level rather than the Magneto level) although it also nearly killed Cassie. Nirrti also did it on at least one other planet that we know of, pretending to 'cure' a plague and instead messing with peoples' DNA. She managed to get several types of mutations that came with superpowers and/or body horror. She was hoist by her own petard when she got one with enough telekinesis to be able to break a Goua'uld's neck. Oops.
Review By [lateVMlover] • Date [13 Apr 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from Edman
Review:
Good story.
Comments from author:
Thanks! And thanks for taking the time to drop me a review. If you really enjoyed it, you can give me a recommendation too.
Review By [Edman] • Date [12 Apr 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Xander and the Whole Megillah" from DieselDriver
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So how good of a Betelgeuse does Xander do when he says "Showtime"?

OMG! That would be a crazy crossover.
Comments from author:
I wonder if anyone has ever written a Beetlejuice/Buffy crossover with Xander going as Beetlejuice for Halloween?
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Jennifer & the Debriefing, Part V: Summers" from DieselDriver
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Regarding you a/n... The longer the better as far as I'm concerned. I love your writing style and am now re-reading this because it's likely better than anything I'll find on the site with a couple of possible, just barely but possible, exceptions. To paraphrase someone I'm sure, May you live long and write much.

BTW, I purchased "Tenjin" the modified version of the anathema story from your compatriot, and it was almost as good as the original fan fiction. I have to wonder if you could do the same. I would certainly buy any fiction book I knew found, if you were the author.
Comments from author:
Thanks! And thanks!
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Jennifer & the Debriefing, Part II: Sunnydale" from DieselDriver
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This is a beautiful display of the problem of people reaching a completely wrong conclusion from having almost all of the information but not quite and not being prepared to think outside the box they have been programed in to. Boxes are nice if they fit ALL the facts but not so much if you get new facts. Quantum mechanics still drives scientists coo coo sometimes. People still think of atoms as little teeny tiny solar system like things when an electron is a wave or a particle depending on how you look at it. Schroedinger's cat is alive, or is it? You have to look and see and Looking alters the outcome.
Comments from author:
Well, have they reached a wrong conclusion yet? Sunnydale really is the worst foothold situation on the planet. It's just not a Goua'uld situation.

And I was pleasantly surprised that the text my teenager's school is using for the *easy* sciences course actually portrays electrons and electron shells fairly accurately.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Xander and the Medical Exam" from DieselDriver
Review:
Earplugs definitely help with the noise of an MRI but you better not be on the stout side or it gets downright claustrophobic in there. Heh, my hands would not fit any place except on my belly and the backs of my hands and my elbows just touched the inside of the tube. I managed by taking a dose of muscle relaxant (soma, aka flexorile) about a half hour beforehand. I was quite relaxed and it still bothered me. If there'd been an earthquake I'd have died there unable to get out.
Comments from author:
It helps being 'petite' or at least not big and tall.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Sam and the Hok’tar" from DieselDriver
Review:
To answer Sam's last thought in the chapter, I think that they would be in for a very rude shock.
Comments from author:
I think a 'very rude shock' doesn't quite capture it. :D
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Xander and the Evil Colonel" from DieselDriver
Review:
This is about the third chapter in a row I've finished while laughing so loud it bothered my wife.
Comments from author:
Then my work is done! :D
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from meteoricshipyards
Review:
A lot of fun and very enjoyable. Loved the misunderstandings early in the story and the leaps to (correct) conclusions later in the story. And plan H was hilarious and unexpected.

I do hope you write another sequel to this (I am reading the scenes).

If not, thank you for an enjoyable story (which I stayed up _way_ too late reading :-) and good luck with the rest of your creative endeavors.

Tom A.
Comments from author:
Thanks for reading and reviewing! (Recommendations are good too. :D )

I planted half a dozen possible sequel hooks (some more blatant than others) in the story and its 'sequel' but my muse is just not interested right now. I won't say I'll never write a sequel. I said that when I finished "The League of Extraodinary Women" (which also has BtVS and SG-1 crossovers in it) and I ended up writing two sequels. So far. My muse is not a kind or gentle muse.
Review By [meteoricshipyards] • Date [14 Feb 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Jennifer & the Debriefing, Part V: Summers" from Zeviz
Review:
These are my favorite kinds of scenes in crossovers: the scenes where characters from different "world" try to understand each other's stories.
Comments from author:
Thanks. The pieces fit together. It's just that the jigsaw puzzle you end up with makes no sense. :-)
Review By [Zeviz] • Date [31 Jan 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue – Two Months Later" from sdavidm
Review:
Characterizations were excellent. Xander/Anise-Freya was hilarious. Writing was very good as well. It's quite long for a fic in which very little happens though. Feels like a great opening for a longer crossover, which you've hinted at in this last chapter. I hope you do it! Given where in the timeline of each verse you started, the plots are very open ended. That can be good and bad, but I think you could do it justice.
Comments from author:
Thanks for reading and reviewing!

Right now, my muse isn't interested in one of the many sequel hooks I planted. But you could try and motivate her by giving me a recommendation... :-)
Review By [sdavidm] • Date [18 Oct 13] • Not Rated
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