|Reviews for From Beyond|
| HeWhoShouldn'tBeNamed chapter 31 . 8/13/2020
Its 5 am and my gf just punched me for laughing so hard to wake her up on her day off.
| Asumodeus chapter 18 . 8/2/2020
Seriously so fucking dumb. Cardin gets a free pass no matter what he does, just get fucking boring to read when the bully has what is basically deus ex machina on his side. No punishment what so ever for anything he does.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 47 . 7/31/2020
Neo bought Cinder's underwear?
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 44 . 7/31/2020
Wait...why is Neo threatening to do what she was already in the middle of doing a valid threat?
That's like a serial killer telling you to do what they say or they will kill you, while still holding an axe to your neck.
Either way you still plan on not letting them accomplish their main goals, the only difference is that with one choice you actually help them do more stuff and with the second you don't.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 42 . 7/31/2020
Wait, between Neo and Jaune, which one was evil again? Heheheh.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 41 . 7/31/2020
And now for the world championship Mime-Off and Charades competition.
| Jt chapter 72 . 7/31/2020
This is a great story. I do like the fact that it didn't end up a tragedy. It was light hearted a lot but also very serious. I really like the slow changes you could see in Blake
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 39 . 7/31/2020
Wow, that was some really not good advice.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 32 . 7/31/2020
Pffft, asking RT to have good writing in their interesting world is about as high of a bar as asking the same of Rowling.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 30 . 7/31/2020
Well, at least Penny is less likely to be rapidly disassembled now. Maybe.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 28 . 7/31/2020
I hate it when people contradict themselves for the sake of power balance/The Plot.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 27 . 7/31/2020
Okay, glad that they, finally, are looking into what Jaune can possess. And it only took mild embarrassment over a school dance instead of anything important like a person with no sensations trying to interact with the world or reconnect with his family.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 24 . 7/31/2020
Okay, no complicated electronics.
What about a stone carved statue of a person.
Just as inanimate as a bear and, logically, just as unable to move, no matter what material it is made from. It's not like a teddy bears cotton stuffing is "strong" enough to move it around, so any excuse about the stone (or wood, or plastic if you really have argue against mass) being too heavy would be illogical, since the stone legs would clearly be strong enough to hold the statue up and are therefore strong enough to move it.
And, once again, this is all for arguments sake that just because a person is unable to get the full range of sensations as everyone else, such as smell, touch, and taste, does mean they should be considered dead or not worth the effort of getting them a better quality of life.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 23 . 7/31/2020
I mean...if he can possess a teddy bear, why not a doll with fingers or a robot (preferably one that isn't already occupied by a soul). The only thing stopping him from being alive again is having to strict of a definition for "alive".
Even just being in the bear and communicating only through writing or typing is better than most disabled people's existences.
| The One Who Reads Too Much chapter 8 . 7/31/2020