Large PrintHandheldAudioRating
Twisting The Hellmouth Crossing Over Awards - Results
Rules for Challenges

Symmetries - From Pandora to Panem

StoryReviewsStatisticsRelated StoriesTracking
Review of chapter "End Game" from alexceasar
Lovely job, more please cannot wait to find out how it will go from here
Comments from author:
I have no plans to add to this story. But many thanks in showing interest in a continuation. By the way, you left your review on the penultimate chapter. Dud you know there was a short epilogue after? I say just in case you're interested.
Review By [alexceasar] • Date [3 Apr 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Prologue" from FireWolfe
I really enjoyed this story. It is so different then most and the cross was completely unexpected yet worked really well. I not a huge fan of the Avatar movie but in this case it fit well. I could see the characters as living beings in all cases. I am still sad about Rue but there really was no choices in that because of the rules. In any case it was great. I hope you keep coming up with such works.
Comments from author:
I always really regarded this as a niche story that only a few people who like both HG and Avatar would like. So it pleases me to receive a positive comment from someone who is not a great fan of one of the fandoms. My many thanks for the review.
Review By [FireWolfe] • Date [3 Apr 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from DarthTenebrus
The title says it all...

Well done.
Comments from author:
Thanks for all your reviews and comments. It's greatly appreciated. :)
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [3 Apr 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Mutes" from DarthTenebrus
A great job with blending two stories into one exciting tale of the future and future history.

Ladies and gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to present the winners of the 74th annual Hunger Games, Katniss Neytiri Everdeen and Peeta Tsu'tey Mellark!
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [2 Apr 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Transference" from DarthTenebrus
Ooooo....some asses are gonna get kicked Na'Vi style!

Now where is Jake when they might just need a little bit more than Tsu'tey and Neytiri?
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [2 Apr 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Prologue" from CrystalBlaze
I keep thinking of the wrong Pandora.

It's my love of Borderlands 2.

(still, can you imagine some of the crazies you can play in that game winding up in the Hunger Games?)
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [1 Apr 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Revolution" from DarthTenebrus
Excellently done, I've enjoyed your use of descriptive language and your comparisons between one life and another, between the Na'Vi of Pandora and the humans of Earth and Panem. I wonder at the accuracy of the scene with Tsu'tey and the girl child, because it's been some time since I watched "Avatar", and I don't recall such a scene. Was it during the destruction of the Omaticaya Hometree or the Battle of the Tree of Souls?
Comments from author:
Thanks for the review. The death of the Na'vi girl is not part of the Avatar canon. I completely made it up for this story. I decided not to specify a time frame. In theory, it could have happened any time; e.g After the final battle, after the attack on Hometree or even during the attack on the school before the movie. Each one could explain Tsu'tey's behaviour in the movie.

However, I really add an author's note at the end if the chapter to say she is not part of canon to make it clear.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [31 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Reflections" from DarthTenebrus
I imagine this chapter is something of a discussion on the nature of life and death, the vital question that we all must answer near the end of our lives. From the perspective of Peeta, life, as precious as it is, eventually must be let go of when one's time comes. Preparing himself to die in the arena has given him the ability to do so with ease, but the activation of the Na'Vi DNA within him, and the subsequent awakening of his Na'Vi ancestor Neytiri, has given him an unknown resolve to go on living for the sake of one that he loves dearly. His preparation to allow himself to pass on has given him time as well, time to wonder if in fact the image of Neytiri is a living being sharing space within his consciousness, or if perhaps it is simply rampant fancy brought on by the effects of the tracker jacker venom. And if indeed Neytiri is real, and not merely a figment of a venom-induced imagination, then the nature of life, essentially what life is, must be called into question.

Can the soul live on in the body of another? Can two souls, two identities each distinct and separate, share the same body without the sanity of either or both being called into question? When the body does eventually die, then what happens to both souls?

As Peeta Mellark converses silently with his Na'Vi other, these questions must certainly be discussed as a matter of course. When the answers to those questions will eventually come will be determined in the next several hours. ..

From Neytiri's point of view, the answers to those questions would be simple. Certainly she could give him her interpretation, and perhaps it would matter to Peeta how she answers those questions, but for her it would call up the question of identity. Is she truly Neytiri? Is she truly alive in the sense that she understands life, and where is her place in the cycle of life as Eywa set forth? Could she still or more easily communicate with the All-Mother in this state? Or is she really another aspect of Peeta's consciousness, and the true Neytiri is in truth no more?
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [30 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Taronyu" from FireWolfe
This is a very different story and I am really starting to enjoy it. I hated Rue was killed so easily she seemed like a decent little girl. I look forward to seeing more soon.
Comments from author:
Thanks for the review. With regards to Rue you may be slightly disappointed as to how things turn out. But we'll see.
Review By [FireWolfe] • Date [29 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Tracker Jackers" from DarthTenebrus
I know if I'd seen someone as fantastical-looking as a Na'Vi of Pandora's moon then I'd wonder whether or not I'd been stung by tracker jackers...
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [26 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
StoryReviewsStatisticsRelated StoriesTracking