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Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from ColonelPeroxide
I don't know yet what to think of it but it looks promising so I'm waiting for more. Cheers.
Review By [ColonelPeroxide] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from draconis
Did this have an earlier version with a different crossover? Seems familiar...the digging her way out of her grave part to be confronted by a foul-mouthed misogynistic vamp stood out.

Definitely looking forward to the rest with this Stargate perspective. Vamped Goa'ulds? Not good for the universe.

and...just to be annoying...vampire Goa'ulds raises some intriguing questions/thoughts (if you like that sort of thing):

IF it's just the Goa'uld symbiote that is "vamped" (made undead), but the human stays alive but simply remains "suppressed by the Goa'uld" as per canon, does that mean the "vampire Goa'uld" can walk in the sun? What an advantage that would be! Does the still living human body have a reflection? Does a stake have to be driven through the Goa'uld symbiote's heart? (e.g. staking the human host in the heart would kill the host (and it would NOT dust) but the vamped Goa'uld could just take over another nearby human body).

I'd think a "dusted" vamp symbiote could NOT be revived by a sarcophagus?

When a human host body is 'vamped' is the Goa'uld symbiote soul also replaced by a demon? If so, does it take TWO demons (one for the human host body and one for the symbiote body)...or do they remain independent in the host body and continually compete for control of the human host body? Can an already "obviously" soul-less Goa'uld even be possessed by another soul-less demon (in other words, is there anything to replace?)? If Goa'uld symbiotes don't have souls, do Tok'ra symbiotes have souls? If so, does that mean souls are genetic? (per canon, the Tok'ra symbiotes have genes encoded from 'Egeria' and that seems to be only diff from Goa'uld symbiotes.)
Comments from author:
Yup! Good memory. Originally, it was an La Femme Nikita crossover years ago but by the time I got half way into it, I realized the LFN world didn't at all fit within the storyline, which was WAY more supernatural than LFN. Thinking back on it, it's so obvious it wouldn't have worked, but eh, I was still learning. Anyway, I stopped writing that story and couldn't come up with a resolution back then.

Over the years, I kept going back to this story and wanted to finish but I couldn't find a crossover world to merge it with (I considered Supernatural, X-Files, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Earth2, others), so it sat in my To Be Written pile until this year, when I began re-watching Stargate a few months back. Only the set up will ring true to its original format, though details and arrangement, and a lot of grammatical corrections (note, I still have issues with proofreading, that may never change, sorry), have been changed. The story-line is completely different so whatever you remember, don't remember it!
Review By [draconis] • Date [21 May 14] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from djhardim
By the looks of things, Buffy is in an alternate reality, possessing the body of her counterpart, who was turned prior to death.

The question arises, why didn't the Scoobies cremate her body, or at least drive a wooden stake through her heart before they buried her?
Review By [djhardim] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from Turak
Huh, interesting, I guess original timeline Willow screwed up the resurrection spell in season 6?
Review By [Turak] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from (Current Donor)wizathogwarts
Your descriptions of Buffy's experiences might have a few flow issues but are still good enough to be understandable. Considering Buffy's situation, conveying confusion has been successful.
Keep writing, it's obvious this is an AU and I'm very interested on how Buffy is a vampire in an alternate SG universe.
Comments from author:
I think some readers took her POV as incoherent rather than someone waking up to a world that is different but at the same time, no idea what has happened to her, or why. Thank you for recognizing that!
Review By [(Current Donor)wizathogwarts] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 1: Knock, KNOCK, Knockin' On..." from burmafrdnow
to be blunt this is a mess. Not going to bother with it anymore.
Comments from author:
Wow. So helpful! Thanks ;)
Review By [burmafrdnow] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 2: Are You There God? It's Me, Buffy…?" from (Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood
Huh. Trying to figure out how SG1 really figures into this so far, but I await future chapters.
Comments from author:
Thank you, stay tuned!
Review By [(Current Donor)JanessaRavenwood] • Date [21 May 14] • Not Rated
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