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Old April 20th, 2013 (1:29 PM).
Cutlerine Cutlerine is offline
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Originally Posted by c1234321 View Post
I love this. I love all of this. I don't have much to say about this though.
That's OK. I'm just glad you're enjoying it.

Originally Posted by c1234321 View Post
Halley, though she still irritates me beyond belief, is hilarious. I love her quote about teenage anxiety. That was beautiful.
Good! That's the sort of angle I'm aiming for with her - obnoxious, but funny. Good to know my shots are landing somewhere near the mark.

Originally Posted by c1234321 View Post
I love N. I love how he speaks, how he acts, just how he is. He is still my favorite character, and I love how he interacts with the others.
Glad you like him, though I'm really not sure why. Reading back what I write, I never see anything particularly special in N; he's a bit weird, but that's all.

Originally Posted by c1234321 View Post
Everything is moving so fast. It's beyond belief. I feel like just a minute ago they were having an innocent gym battle when Teiresias attacked them. This is incredibly fast-paced right now. At least to me.
I see. Interesting - other people have expressed the opinion that very little's happening. In a way, I suppose both they and you are right at the same time: sometimes it seems that not much is happening, but every time you look back you see the past is actually quite distant.

Originally Posted by c1234321 View Post
I only have one question though. Either I forgot or wasn't paying attention, or it hasn't been revealed yet, but who is Weland? Apart from that just spectacular. If not for the interspersing of Pokemon here and there, I would forget this was a fanfiction. Beautiful work.
Weland his His Undying Majesty, King of the demons. Ezra explained all about him in his first appearance, and he's been referenced quite a lot by him, Teiresias and Harmonia since.

And as for the rest... Well, I don't see that there is much of a difference between fanfiction and a regular novel, really. It's not like anyone should put less effort into fanfiction just because it's based on a set of ideas that originally come from somewhere else. Fanfiction at its core is a celebration, after all - a celebration of everything the author loved about their source material - and a celebration deserves all the effort that author puts into it.


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