|Reviews for Firefight|
| geekychic1999 5/18/13 . chapter 18
I love you
| Polos Elite 5/18/13 . chapter 18
Oooo...That was unexpected...
But YAY! They're Saved...hopefully...you're probably going to do something and kill either Strolli or Digger...
*sigh* oh well, I'm just going to have to wait and see huh...
Dang Cliffhanger...Now to wait for the Epic Conclusion!
| Jess Marylin 5/17/13 . chapter 18
Hallelujah! Help has finally arrived! And poor Stolli... I hope he's okay!
| Eregnar 5/17/13 . chapter 18
I hope there will still be another chapter? Some falling action and wrap-up?
| laloga 5/17/13 . chapter 14
Poor Fitch! I hope he makes it out of this okay! Great job conveying the emotional intensity of Fitch's peril in the opening scene - I really felt Jud's fear. Jud's thoughts on Fitch were sweet, as was his "gruff" treatment, disguising how relieved he really was: . "Come on then, rookie," Jud said. "Enough of the lazing around." :P
This was fantastic: *A lump grew in Ril's throat. The clones weren't supposed to doubt: they were soldiers. Or maybe the situation really was that bad.* Goes to show how much she's come to trust them and rely upon the can-do attitudes of the clones.
Loved Ril's moment of anger and how it spurred the clones to action. They've been through so much since arriving on this world, in a sense it feels like they're only working for survival, so I think they needed to be shaken out of that mentality a little bit.
Ooh...stealing a seppie ship? I'm excited to read about it! :D
| LongLiveTheClones 5/17/13 . chapter 18
The ending was so good! Although, of course, you could STILL do an epilogue for us insane readers who just lovvvve this story and want one more chapter with Jud. I love the last few lines:
"CT-58/2571. 35th Legion. Typhoon Company," Jud said.
"And the rest of the company?"
Jud swallowed. "We're all that's left. Permission to dock?"
The other clone turned aside to consult with someone outside the holoemitter's range. Then he turned back to Jud, his stance softer. "Permission granted, Typhoon. We've got your back. Come on home."
They are so bittersweet and remind you of how much the clones have been through. Really brings everything full circle. So sad, though, to remind all the clones that have died.
Great job with all of the suspense throughout this chapter. It really feels like they are not going to make it when they find out that the cruiser has been destroyed. What a blow! Feels just like the TV series, where they are always blowing up cruisers. (So sad when you think of how many clones are onboard when they are blown.) (Sigh.) And, then they get caught in the tractor beam! love how they go to each other for their final moments. The loyalty is just terrific. And, then they get rescued at the last moment! Just a great chapter. I read it twice!
| Kelana-ti 5/16/13 . chapter 18
Noooo! Don't kill one of them! It's Digger, isn't it? D: *sniff* I hate it when clones die. This is going to be a long week...
Awesome chapter, though. Fun to see all that from Jud's pov. Glad they finally made it.
| SerendipityAEY 5/16/13 . chapter 10
Love seeing Jud take the lead, finding a way to do what has to be done although I love seeing his struggle through it - it gives his character such depth and feels real. Love Ril's solution at the last second! She's on top of it! :D
Love the descriptions of them escaping through the pool! Especially the green of the armor in murky water and the sense of impending panic. Gasp! I almost had to hold my breath myself.
**Permission to breathe heavily…" Jud blushed at his own absurd command as snorts of suppressed laughter started to fill the air.** This was adorable XD Love the glowing moss! The picture you painted was beautiful. Great chapter
| impoeia 5/14/13 . chapter 17
Wow, when things go wrong they really go to haran, don't they? Love the action sequence in this; fast-paced, a little disjointed, so as to feel like a real eye-witness account, but not so disjointed as to be unclear. And writing it from Ril's point of view was great. Not only does it make me die of curiosity to know what happened, but seeing this scene from a civvie's point of view is interesting. You usually get the soldier's point, but with Ril, the impressions are different, more raw. Like her nausea when dealing with Stolli's wound. This is clearly out of her element, while the clones would know how to deal with the situation quickly and efficiently; just like Stretch did. And it's great to see the civvies get a bit more proactive in all of this. Like with Pani taking charge in trying to get Fitch to safety, or Wesak taking over guard duty for Durd. I'm particularly impressed with Cera actually fighting back. There's more to her than tears and leaning on Wesak for support. Just goes to show you that in times of need, people can surprise you.
Durd, by the way, was wonderfully devious and evil. From the time he fights with Ril up to his rather callous remarks about the clones. Perfect Durd. I don't know why, but he always strikes me as even a worse villain than Grievous, maybe because Grievous actually does have a grudge, while Durd does this out of some kind of sadistic pleasure? Ah well, whatever the cause, he's the perfect villain for this story.
And now you have me biting my fingernails and fretting over Digger and Stolli. And will the heroes get away from that troublesome planet? Where's the promised backup? And who is "the company"?
| Windpheonix 5/10/13 . chapter 17
The plan may have gone awry, but the chapter was awesome. Dont worry about the action, it was very clear. I just hope the guys are going to be alright, loved the way Ril reacted it was very believable.
| Polos Elite 5/10/13 . chapter 17
Oh Noes! Digger and Stolli! I Hope they make it...and what is this Company you speak of?
Friends for tea? are the clones throwing a party?
I guess i'll have to see in the Next chapter!
Loved it and can't wait for more!
| LongLiveTheClones 5/10/13 . chapter 17
Ah, should've known the plan would go awry. Things seemed to be going too perfectly. (sigh) Great action sequence. Very easy to picture. Like the way the other clones would not leave Jud behind when he went down. They have come together as a team. They would make a great set of commandos. :) They have come through on this mission and I hope they all make it to the end.
| Eregnar 5/10/13 . chapter 17
Duh Duh Duhhhhh!
| Jess Marylin 5/10/13 . chapter 17
Digger and Stolli... oh no! I hope they're okay! Fitch too!
And the 'company' is only going to make matters worse...
| impoeia 5/10/13 . chapter 16
Well, it seems the commandos are getting some rivals. Loved how the guys managed to pull together and get the better of Durd. Just goes to show you how far manly, clone grit can take you. The more I read about Jud, the more I can't help but feel that he is made for life as an officer. He's smart, determined, concerned for his men and doesn't get placid during a mission. And he thinks things through, like with checking for a second entrance to Durd's prefab building. I wonder if he'll ever realize that he makes a pretty good sergeant?
That last line, though. Jud just totally jinksed himself, didn't he? I wonder what the clankers, or Durd, might have up their sleeves?