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Review of chapter "Chapter Thirteen" from DieselDriver
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That was a fun little romp, that said;

Something is bound to go wrong at Ria's wedding. Someone will say one of those phrases, "What could possibly go wrong", "How hard can it be", "This'll be a piece of cake"... There are a lot of possible jinx phrases.
Comments from author:
Ria's wedding is... different.

Let's just leave it at that, for now.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [2 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Seven" from DieselDriver
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To forgive, really forgive, is one of the hardest things there is to do. Which is why Christ's words on the cross are so wonderful.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [2 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Trial One — London, 1860" from DieselDriver
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OMGosh! Fixed point in time. Yep! Maybe it's a different Drusilla, hah, fat chance. I remember when Rose saved her dad and how that screwed things up.
Comments from author:
I love the Drusilla story. Poor Seo! She tries so hard to be the hero who saves the day, in this story. But sometimes, you've just got to let things happen the way they happened. Like you mentioned, with Rose saving her dad.

And then there's Buffy, who knows how it all should happen and hates it...

I'll just go ahead and say, by the way, that the Doctor is a genius for sending Buffy along to instruct Seo on this stuff. The obvious candidate to teach Seo to time travel would be Jack, since he's the one with the experience and time agency training. But the Doctor has realized that Seo doesn't need facts and knowledge, like Jack could give her -- she wouldn't pay attention to it, anyways! What Seo needs is someone like Buffy, who can show her about sacrifice and hope and real-life situations in which you can't always save everyone or be the superhero who always saves the day.

Besides. We know, although Buffy doesn't, that she made that speech about not killing the Master. I think the Doctor would consider that all the proof he needs that Buffy's the right person to teach Seo.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [2 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Introduction" from DieselDriver
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So this got me thinking, whatever happened to his other daughter? What if they met somewhere? Hmmm. Who do I know who writes well enough to think up and tell that story??? Hmmmm.
Comments from author:
Keep reading, and you'll see her, soon enough. ;-)

Yeah, I didn't put Jenny in at the start because I heard some rumors that maybe she was coming back for the 50th anniversary special or something. Since she didn't, though, I thought, "Well, if they didn't bring her back, then, they never will!" So I wrote her in.

She appears for the first time in "The Totos and the Vanguard." From that point on, Jenny will be a main character. In fact, I'm thinking about writing a whole season that is the Doctor traveling with Jenny and Seo. Mostly just because I really like the interaction between those three.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [2 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Thirteen" from Letomo
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Very interesting ending to the story - but how did Buffy hear about the 51%? I thought only Romana and the Doctor knew, and it's not something he passed along a whole lot. Or is that from an upcoming story, set in the past? Or did I just not remember that tidbit getting passed along?

Didn't throw me out of the story, just inspired more curiousity.

And, I'm remembering that a lot of family lines can change names, so his destruction of the Sumpters line would likely have been limited anyways.
Comments from author:
Buffy mentioned, in Paradox, that the Doctor had told her about the 51% thing. Probably, since Buffy was in high school at the time, it came up because Buffy wasn't amazing at school, and the Doctor was trying to make her feel better about herself.

(Something along the lines of, "Well, if 51% can make me a Time Lord, then 51% can let you pass maths. Now, if you don't mind, there's a planet to be saved and it's not even lunch yet!")

As you say, yes, there's probably a lot more Summers decendents out there. But there's something kind of romantic about the idea of a lost heir.

It's like with the Russian royal family, and all those rumors and stories about the missing Anastasia, whom was rumored not to be dead.

And, of course, the Sompters heir will wind up being significant too. If I ever get around to writing those stories.
Review By [Letomo] • Date [26 Sep 13] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Thirteen" from Mcspender
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I really liked the final trial, Halstor's showed Seo that sometimes, the worst monsters are the human ones. The ones who claim that their hands are clean of blood, sitting in a throne of skulls.
A binary steam bomb, nicee, veery nice. It wasn't a very big boom, but, there's was a veery nice payoff for that boom =D.
So, a Sompsters survived, nice =)!. At least Buffy knows that her kin are around in the future =).
Cool fic, see ya!!!.
Comments from author:
Oh, thanks! I'm glad you liked it. I think it's a very nice little story, on its own, but the problem is it's right after the Drusilla story, so it just comes out flat. I wish I knew how to write stories as powerful as that Drusilla one all the time, but I don't.

I just try my best.

Yes, there really *is* a legendary Lost Sompters heir, who survived Halstor's slaughter and then disappeared from his radar. I'm planning to write some stories about the whole thing, at some point in the future. (Actually, I'm wondering if I can write stories that involve no copyrighted characters, and then publish them for Kindle. I've got some kind of cool ideas for some kids' books, and I don't need to explain the origins of the characters -- it'll be my little secret with my fanfic fans. I just need to figure out what age to target.)

(Maybe I'll even bring in Alison. And some of my more popular original characters from this series.)

So look forward to that!
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [25 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Twelve" from CaptJohnHart
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This guy Halstor sounds like a combination of a mob boss and an antique collector. I guess his "acquisition" process brings new meaning to the Human Resources department.
Review By [CaptJohnHart] • Date [24 Sep 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Twelve" from Mcspender
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Oh Joy, mercs, even in the future they're still a bunch of trigger happy cowards.
And the goal is set, and knowing Seo's, this will end either with a Biig Boom, or a veeery strong Electromagnetic pulse :O.

Cool chapter, see ya!!!.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [23 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Eleven" from Mcspender
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So Halstor think he can order people around??. Let's how long last that against someone like Buffy.
Cool chapter, see ya!!!.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [22 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Ten" from Mcspender
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So Halter Top, I mean, Halstor's boy is behind the accident??. Let's see what he really wants.
Cool chapter, see ya!!!.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [20 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Trial Three — Twirlfeen, 3392" from Mcspender
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Hoooly Carp, I think it's time to get creative :S???.

Cool chapter, see ya!!.
Comments from author:
Time for Buffy to take charge and figure out what to do!

Go Buffy!
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [20 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Six" from Letomo
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"Since you arrived in this universe, Dawn has become fluent in, like, three different languages, even though she couldn't learn a foreign language to save her life, before."

I like this story, but this line bugged me. A lot. Because in the TV show, that is one of Dawn's gifts. She taught herself Assyrian so she could study up on a text (Cause she didn't know there was a translation). So, ascribing that to Seo's presence feels sort of off to me, broke me out of the story.

Otherwise a good story, but thought I'd share that.
Comments from author:
Ah. Damn. You know, I totally forgot about that.

Might need to change some stuff. Shuffle things around. I think I have a way to fix this (it's tricky, because I actually have another story in which Dawn is struggling to remember high school French, but I think I can dismiss that by explaining that Dawn was good at French when she started the class, then purposely flunked it after finding out she was the Key to spite Buffy. That sounds pretty Dawn), but I'm going to have to wait until I'm not sick anymore to write it, as my head is really foggy right now.

Then again, Buffy almost always underestimates Dawn anyways. But you're still right, I should go back in and edit that line. The fact that Dawn managed to become fully fluent in 3 brand-new languages over a year's time is still seriously impressive, even for someone good at picking up languages.

I honestly feel like both Seo and Dawn enhance each other. In a later story, you'll see that Seo is able to learn languages that Dawn already knows insanely quickly, and I think that Dawn has the same thing with languages Seo knows.

But, yep. Need to fix.

Thanks for bringing to my attention.
Review By [Letomo] • Date [19 Sep 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Trial Two — Virginia, 1701" from CaptJohnHart
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Great line, I can just see Seo kicking a rock.
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:-)
Review By [CaptJohnHart] • Date [19 Sep 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Trial Two — Virginia, 1701" from Mcspender
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Well, at least Seo found out that Angel truly regrets what he did, and about this chapter... very intriguing premise, veery intriguing.

Cool chapter, see ya!!!.
Comments from author:
Seo has learned the most important lessons: You can't save them all, even monsters can change, and you should always forgive those who are truly sorry for their crimes.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [19 Sep 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Trial Two — Virginia, 1701" from Cutiepie
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I don't know if it is why you wrote this one, but I cracked up over that line of, "You never let me kill the Master." I can just picture the pout that accompanied it. =D
Comments from author:
Yep! Ten points!
Review By [Cutiepie] • Date [18 Sep 13] • Not Rated
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