Date: 08/17/19 04:11 am Title: Chapter 6: A Girl in Armour
Whatever happened seems to be randomly selective in what it affects. There is no rhyme or reason as to what works and what doesn't. The laws of chemistry no longer seem to be fixed. There is absolutely no reason firearms shouldn't work. .Something out there is arbitrarily deciding what works and what doesn't. This reminds me of a story I read about a group who are the first to travel to another star system. The laws of physics were no longer applicable on Earth. A universe should be consistent with with its laws. That should be the way here. That means some being is playing with them. That being must be eliminated.
Date: 08/10/19 04:37 pm Title: Chapter 5: Burning Sky
Hey Vale, you said before that on site reviews were good, so im doing my goddess bound duty! Honestly though, i love your writing style. Captivating and eloquent, polished and engaging content. The emotions of the characters are identifiable and relatable, sometimes almost too much! Keep up the writing and never forget that we are all cheering for you!
Author's Response: THANK YOU!!
Date: 08/02/19 05:12 pm Title: Chapter 4: The Bathtub That Didn't Explode
I had no idea how much i needed more of your writing. This story looks amazing and i cannot wait for more. ugh my work has me out of town for ten days at a time and because of TG's weird new internet setup I cant access the page when away. So, this was a huge breath of fresh air to come home to, thank you. Also cant wait for more Pellan and Falling Over
Author's Response: Falling Over soon! I've also uploaded it to Scribblehub for those who can't access it all the time. The rest of my stories will be going up there at some point too. Thank you so much for reading my stories!
Date: 07/30/19 10:30 pm Title: Chapter 4: The Bathtub That Didn't Explode
I've been reading on Patreon, and it's very interesting so far. It's cool having a third universe, likely linked to your broader multiverse given the mechanism of change (spontaneous global reality distortion).
I really like how you went for realism with the ammunition here, too. It seems that the laws of physics have changed slightly, screwing up sensitive mechanisms like ammunition and electronics.
Still, as long as they stay consistent, I can't see technology staying stagnant for more than a year or so. Tests will be done, numbers will be reestablished, and designs will be adjusted to work in the new reality. In the short-term, though, all the existing tech is screwed.
Author's Response: You're saying that like a huge portion of the world's population isn't going to starve to death in the next few years :P
Date: 07/30/19 04:12 pm Title: Chapter 4: The Bathtub That Didn't Explode
Oh wow! I love where this is going (as usual with your stories ;). Is this part of the Kammiverse ? And your writing, it's just sooo good, it flows so naturally, I'm just immediately sent to a world of imagination by your words :)
Date: 07/30/19 02:38 pm Title: Chapter 4: The Bathtub That Didn't Explode
Hmmm they definitely have an advantage with all the cool stuff Fiona has, and until Elph learns how to use her magic Fiona will most likely be taking the lead for the moment.
Thank you for the chapters, can't wait to read more of this wonderful new story
Date: 07/30/19 02:16 pm Title: Chapter 3: Breaking and Fashioning
Im surprise the gun with the man didn't go off, guess guns are obsolete and knives and baseball bats will be the new go to weapons. Also I chuckled at the stupidity of the group of people raiding the electronic store, won't they feel like idiots when they actually take a look around and realize there is no power for electronics to even work with.