|Reviews for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Chosen|
| Guest 7/2/12 . chapter 2
ive read this series 4 times now and still like it just as much as the first time, very nicely done.
| vampire luverxoxo 1/18/12 . chapter 6
ive been meaning to ask are you gonna pair buffy with anyone likeobi-wan or wait till she gets home and use angel or spike?
| jason 1/20/11 . chapter 4
just wanted to say
Nejaa Halcyon is the grandfatrher of Corran Horn i forgot his son name but its in the (i,jedi) book and yes that is its name
| The Talk Of The Town 5/1/10 . chapter 3
Y'know, funny you mention the RAW homecoming in chapter 3 of Attack Of The Chosen...I was actually there. Great show.
| Stiehl 11/29/09 . chapter 10
This episode really surprised me at several points, I must admit, but none more than the revelation that Willow had, 1. Gained Force-sensitivity and 2. Joined with the Sith. The loss of her arm was also well done, and the "mirrored injuries" (e.g. the scar and cybernetic arm) thing between her and Anakin is morbidly amusing.
Buffy is good for a sister to Anakin, unsurprisingly, as she is used keeping impulsive people in line; hell, she WAS one of those impulsive people until she got more experience as a Slayer.
| razberry1 9/29/09 . chapter 10
awesome! I knew Willow would go to the dark side as soon as Buffy gave Mace that warning at the end of episode 1. I've always liked when characters go evil for some reason.
| Marcus S. Lazarus 5/6/09 . chapter 10
THAT could have gone a great deal better.
It’s a good thing that Anakin didn’t kill those Sand People, of course- the last thing we need is him becoming more ‘in touch’ with his darker instincts, ESPECIALLY with ‘Darth Traya’ to deal with-, and Shmi’s survival is certainly encouraging, but the fact that Willow’s gone evil on us is certainly NOT something to be enthusiastic about (And that was BEFORE she destroyed Buffy’s arm).
Why is it I have a sneaking suspicion that Palpatine arranged that ‘meeting’ with her old master she mentioned here...?
I have a feeling that to say things are going to get ugly in the later confrontations is a SERIOUS understatement!
I wasn’t certain about Buffy’s reaction to the collar when Dooku first put it on, but in the end it made a certain sense; no matter how strong she is or how far she’s come since then, some old ‘habits’ are hard to break (Plus, it gives Faith a chance to give BUFFY a pep-talk; what’s not to like about THAT?)...
Plus, hey; your exploration of the family dynamic between her and Anakin remains interesting, if nothing else (Particularly the height-related comments; people really didn’t seem to discuss that area that much in the show that I recall).
In general, the only real problem I have with this story is the heavy use of “Firefly”-themed references (Particularly with Buffy and Anakin speaking Ancient Corellian/Chinese); they don’t really seem to add anything to the overall plot- apart form that gag about “It may be a dead language but Master Yoda was around for a few birthdays before the funeral”- and in the end seemed more like a bit of gratuitous ‘fanwank’ than anything else.
Still, the twist with Dark Traya helps to make up for that; I am DEFINITELY looking forward to seeing where things go from here!
| Waith Shadow 7/23/08 . chapter 10
This story is a great ep. 2 I loved it all were to start 1) I loved the changes Buffy went through, starting in the last chapter of ep. 1 and ending her as when she was a slayer she used her anger and hate, giving her power but losing control in combat, to a Jedi if she did that she could become a living monster, the brush with the Dark Side shows just how real that danger is. 2) I loved the way you tie in Willow problems from the show with the Star Wars Universe problems to make a totally believable fall to the Dark Side.3) The Family dynamic between Buffy and Anakin was top of the line. And 4) I Loved having Mace as her master, great addition.
| Starfury 5/25/08 . chapter 10
I feel I must point out that the ships on the ground at the end of episode 2 are NOT Victory class star destroyers. The Victory class is not capable of atmospheric entry and planetary landing, as it is designed to operate solely in space. The ships you see the clone troopers marching into at the end of the movie are, in fact, the Victory's predecessor, the Acclamator-class cruiser.
| Boris Yeltsin 2/1/08 . chapter 4
These Star Wars/Buffy fusions are pretty good.
Why did you need English to Chinese translations?
| Taeniaea 1/24/08 . chapter 10
| Lalaith Quetzalli 1/8/08 . chapter 10
I so knew this was gonna happen. Ever since the Council refused to take her as a Jedi. Like you said, Willow proved in the series what's she's truly capable of. And I mean before Tara, when she resurrected Buffy using dark magic and then got addicted to the magic, jeez, she even used it against Tara! On the other hand, she also came back from all that. Will she come back this time? And what will happen with Anakin? Will he fall? Guess it'll be easier and faster to gain those answers through your third episode, I'll be going there right away.
Good fic by the way!
| rocks and glass 12/27/06 . chapter 10
damn. i saw it coming, but still, darth willow. and no xander.
should make the next story, which i plan on reading now, very interessting.
good story, and a nice surprise with robo-buffy.
| Raiining 1/23/06 . chapter 10
That was beautiful.
I am blinking away tears.
Give me a moment.
Okay. Damn. DAMN! That was good.
:: grin :: Reading on!
| Raiining 1/23/06 . chapter 9
Okay, so I expected evil Willow. But not this. DAMN!
Okay, through my shock. On wards! Up wards!