|Reviews for Robert's Rebellion|
| jean d'arc chapter 2 . 10/2/2017
That's one thing I never liked about Ned. He talks a lot about honor, but he lacked honor on too many occasions. This is one of those occasions: he judged Jaime and condemned him to a life of mockery without considering the circumstances or even bothering to ask. None of the Starks are good when it comes to justice. They judge and execute based solely on their own assumptions: Ned, Robb, Jon, and even Sansa, Arya and Bran when they killed Baelish (oddly enough apparently Catelyn is the only Stark who belives in Justice and would grant her enemy a fair trial...)
Looking forward to your next update!
| Will 0'the Wisp chapter 1 . 9/28/2017
There aren't enough Robert's Rebellion era stories on this board, less still that are well written. And this got off to a really strong start. I particularly liked the part dealing with the aftermath of the battle, the dead but also the prisoners and the mopping up of the dregs of the Targaryen army. Nice work and looking forward to more.