Date: 02/19/20 04:08 am Title: Chapter 1: The Obelisk
Ryn and Grace are so cute and wholesome and gay! Also, considering that Ryn can create any plant she wants, repeating crossbows are good idea, since historically, when the ancient Chinese used repeating crossbows, they would poison the bolts, since each bolt would not do very much damage on its own.
Date: 02/08/20 05:28 pm Title: Chapter 13: My Grove
So in this setting l, would a necromancer just be a mage with lots of mushrooms, those flowers that smell like rotting meat, and cordyceps fungus (the one that turns ants into zombies) in their garden? Also, I agree, bunnies are really cute. Also, if you want an overdose of cute and fluffy, look up the Siberian flying squirrel or one of those videos of ginypigs popcorning on YouTube.
Date: 02/08/20 09:20 am Title: Chapter 13: My Grove
Did I skip a mention of bunnies in the story? I don't think I did, but your referring to bunnies so often in the closing notes is making me second-guess myself. Maybe I'm the bunny, given how confused you have gotten me.
Loving the magic system... It balances into sci-fi-ness quite fittingly. You have also given yourself a large space to create flowers in. It is always disappointing when someone effectively says that you can't do anything beyond the known spell list. You are not running into that any time soon.
Author's Response: Thank you! And the bunnies thing will come up later, I just really like buns. They are so cute!
Date: 02/06/20 11:40 pm Title: Chapter 12: The Nameless Garden
I'm enjoying this, although I didn't expect it to veer into fantasy after the scifi start. I also appreciated the Ringworld and Halo references.
Speaking of an entire town being whisked away in time and space, have you read the 1632 series?
Date: 02/04/20 04:24 pm Title: Chapter 9: The Right Kind of Goop
This story has some incredible imagination behind it. These first nine chapters have just made me super curious about all sorts of things!
The dynamic between our heroine and Grace is great. I really like how you've shown it.
And this new development is so weird! In a good way. Is this the outside of the ring? That feels the most likely to me, but what do I know about your imagination?
I am kind of in the same boat as other people, but I'll try to say it all politely: you have gone and gotten me invested in so many characters already, and now you are so cruel to make me involuntarily invested in another? How shall I ever survive reading more stories?... Yeah, I too would like to see the conclusions you have intended for all of your works (and if you don't know them yet, then the endings you will intend eventually), but I have also seen you do a very good job at keeping on posting chapters for all your unfinished tales. I think many readers on this site have been burned by great stories, unfinished, and last updated five years ago. You aren't the problem, though.
Date: 02/03/20 11:48 pm Title: Chapter 9: The Right Kind of Goop
You're doing an amazing job with your writing and you deserve to be able to take your time and write as you wish. I personally believe we're lucky enough to have you sharing your stories with us. Truthfully I honestly dont mind what story you write, or when it comes out, because I'm just glad we get to read and enjoy your works. I know I joke about "needing moar" and it's just me trying to show my excitement, I'm sorry if I've ever caused otherwise. I'll change how I leave reviews so that you hopefully won't feel pressured like you have to post something. Thank you for sharing your stories with us and again I'm sorry for ever pressuring or bullying you to write more.
Also great chapter and thank you for it.
Author's Response: Don't worry at all, enthusiasm for my stories keeps me going. TBH the more reader interaction and just generally gushing comments I get, the more I write haha. it's a pretty direct feedback loop and I really like it. Thank you so much for enjoying my work!!!!!!
Date: 02/03/20 11:09 am Title: Chapter 1: The Obelisk
It’s a great start,I like your work, but u never finish a story. I’m not sure I should read anymore.
Author's Response: Who says I'm abandoning the old ones? I finished Trouble book 1, I finished Kammi Kettu. Witch is on hiatus until Trouble 2 catches up up with some plot reveals and I was literally writing a Falling Over chapter when I checked the reviews. I need to swap stories every now and then until I find the old ones interesting again, because otherwise I end up hating them like I did with Pellan. So I mean yeah, you can whine like this and stop reading, or you can respect me and the way I do things. Other authors take weeks or months to get a single chapter out anyway, so what are you complaining about?