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  1. solovino
    December 5th, 2008 08:43 AM
    solovino
    Of course I considered it. The thing is, for a perspective of Scyther anatomy and fighting style, your work introduces a much more natural and consistent one than I could find in other sources. And let's not talk about the anime . This is not my only source, but still, its the best so far.


    I'll take the summer to reread your work again. It's just a soooo goooood story.

    Bye!
  2. Dragonfree
    December 5th, 2008 07:26 AM
    Dragonfree
    Hm, thank you. Glad you enjoyed it.

    Actually, it took exactly one month to complete. It was my work for National Novel Writing Month, which revolves around writing a 50,000-word novel during the month of November alone. Then I edited it, naturally, but that took only one more month or so. So yeah.

    It's not particularly sensible to use my work as a basis for "research" about Scyther, though, considering I'm not really sure there is any fact at all in it (it's all just random details I made up from nothing that don't necessarily make that much sense). :/
  3. solovino
    December 4th, 2008 12:22 AM
    solovino
    Hey, I just happened to land upon Fall of a Leader while looking for information on Scyther for my fic. I have to say I loved it, a very interesting story and the POV of Scyther were the things I enjoyed the most. It took you almost a year to complete, if I recall correctly, and it's simply a great story.

    But I feel, don't know, maybe bad, about there not being reviews for the later chapters. Not even oneliners :D Oh well... since the thread expiry date is long due, I'm VM'ing you this. Partly to say, again, that I truly enjoyed your work. And that I'm going to use it as a basis for research, if you don't mind.

    Bye, and congratultions.

    PD: yes, I read it entirely on one night. Just couldn't unhook from it. Something that rarely happens. I'll take some summer time to reread it deeper.

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