Reviews for Something For The Pain
yungboi chapter 2 . 1/8
You gotta write more of this stuff, this was very good! Please keep it up.
Ranma-sensei chapter 1 . 8/24/2017
As always, this little piece is exceptional. Aside from the odd error, it is very clean, and the story is sweet without being sugary, especially with Asuka's slow acceptance that she might kinda be feeling a little attracted to the idiot maybe.

Sorry for still not reading up on the newer chapters of YMNRA, but I sorta didn't find the time and a desktop PC yet.

Keep it up,
ZeroStrider chapter 1 . 7/22/2016
I like that. I just finished watching End of Evangelion and I kinda needed something "light" like this. She sounds just like Asuka... Overall good job!
SPDudley chapter 1 . 3/14/2016
I really liked this story, it's not often you see a SxA fix that doesn't drift into OOC territory and the author keeps both characters true to form. Yes, it's subtle but well done and fits right into the original tv series storyline. Good job.
7thManiac chapter 1 . 3/13/2016
Aww, that was cute. Now I need to go to finish Catalyst!
TripleF chapter 1 . 3/6/2016
GAH, the saccharine levels are way up! Nurse, insulin, quick!
just kidding XD

Generally, a pleasant read. Asuka shaking seemed a bit too much too soon, but doesn't detract. The scene with Pen Pen was cute, but could've been taken a bit further as comic relief, perhaps. The following dialogue with Misato could've also been used in a Misato smugly patting herself in the back for getting Asuka to watch over him instead of her, etc; on the other hand, it's a good thing that didn't happen since that sort of characterization is a bit overdone. There could've also been a bit of a laugh with Asuka using instant soup and then embarrassingly trying to justify it all to Shinji.
But none of this really matters, since this work of yours is cute. Thanks for sharing it with us. :-)

A few minutes after Asuka lied down in the couch with him, Shinji opened his eyes. Shuffling as inconspicuously as possible, just to check her level of awareness, the apparently-ill boy smirked, light reflecting off from his eyes (despite not wearing any glasses and facing the back of the couch), slightly miffed that he didn't have room to entwine his hands in front of his face, and murmured: "All is proceeding as planned."
Guest chapter 1 . 3/3/2016
That was pretty great. Loved reading this