|Reviews for Under the Five Moons|
| LordFrieza chapter 1 . 7/22/2013
Just re-read this again... I forgot how amazing it is.
| boxtel chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
Trigun Under the Star Time finds in the Desert Planet a Supernova. Nova , which means new, was once a name astronomers gave to what they believed were bright new stars in the sky. However, trigun villagers, after studying these celestial objects they found they were not new stars at all. Just Star Time? The outbursts were actually the spectacular results of one star transferring its masses and powerful energy to other stars. Vash Stampede was inside a "STAR TIME" Ship traveling in the Desert Planet and the energy from the star cause the explosion on the surface of the sandy lands. For Vash the Stampede catastrophic and explosives ended the massive stars that were released from the energy moments later. Light walked with Vash the Stampede and it was "STAR TIME" who brought him back from ten billion years of life back to the villagers of Trigun. Milly and Meryl were waiting for him. Far into the distance, they both say a man with a long fire red coat walk, with long-spiked up blonde hair and sea - green eyes that you could loose yourself in. It was Vash the Stampede alright coming towards the bar once again.
| l.B.A.W.l chapter 26 . 7/18/2011
I just loved this! One of the best fics I've read on here especially for a next gen one. In held togother nicly and the canon characters all IC and the ocs also..well it all flowed together so well. It really had the 'Trigun' fell to it.
| BrazeRancor chapter 26 . 8/21/2008
Totally Fucking Awesome! Speechless! Spechles! I only thought that Knives' end was a little anti-climatic.
| Thief-King chapter 3 . 11/22/2006
“That’s my seat, bitch!”
That made me giggle. Great chapter.
| Thief-King chapter 2 . 11/22/2006
I love how you put the little speeches at the end of the chapter. It's just like the TV show. I'm lovin' this!
| Thief-King chapter 1 . 11/22/2006
This is good. I had put it on my list of sotires to read and I was looking through them and this happened to be the first one. I read a bit of the first chapter and was dragged in the rest of the way. I will read the next chapter and tell you my thoughts. Bravo, author. Bravo.
| Shinigami-chan chapter 26 . 6/28/2006
this was a great story. i little long winded at a couple parts, but i really did love it!
| Alaena Night chapter 8 . 5/17/2006
Great chapter, and a good portrayal of Vash and Wolfwood. Yay, I like seeing a bit more of Wolfwood the priest, though he's still pretty ruthless.
I absolutely love the line about property damage! Things like that are the small kinds of things that make a story great. I love Calamity, too! )
There does seem to be a bad formatting problem, though. The indents didn't work and so everything is spaced too far apart, the transitions from place to place barely noticeable. It may be best to edit this. Anyway, good work!
| Alaena Night chapter 5 . 5/14/2006
Whoa! I'm loving this! I can't wait to see what will happen when Jeremiah finds his that his dead old man is in fact not dead but still very old. I am dying to see everyone meet up again! Good job with this chapter.
| Alaena Night chapter 4 . 5/14/2006
LOL! Very good job with this chapter. I like the "preview" for the next one. That really is a good idea. It's really weird imagining a red gun. (Is it really red? Like...red metal?) Anyway, I'm really enjoying this, and the characters are being developed more and more. I'm definitely going to read on.
| Alaena Night chapter 3 . 5/14/2006
Good work! Again, some minor typos were here, but I still liked this very much. I'm really starting to warm up to the daughter and son of our old favorites, but I am also very, very eager to learn what happened to all of them.
The end of this one was very interesting, and though it didn't seem to fit with the normal Trigun scheme of events, I liked it all the more for that because it was so unexpected! I'll see you in the next chapter.
| Alaena Night chapter 2 . 5/14/2006
More good work! I love the "next episode/next chapter" sort of things at the end. They remind me of the series. The way you tell them carries the same voice, too. Good job! I found quite a few typos, but this was still absolutely excellent. Keep up the good work, and oh my gosh! The Gung-Ho Guns are still at it?
| Alaena Night chapter 1 . 5/14/2006
I was fortunate enough to find this story, and I am so glad I did! The tone of the story is good so far, and I'm really liking where this is going.
Your description is really good, and so is the humor. I'm sorry if I'm rambling. I'm really sleepy but I couldn't go without giving a review, and that's definitely a plus. You have a wonderful, wonderful story here, and I am very eager to read on.
| Regina Raptorum chapter 26 . 10/7/2005
Let me just say that I love this. You caught the style and tone of Trigun perfectly. It was a wonderful epic, and I like the way that it was a similar plot to the original series. And for bringing Wolfwood back and allowing him to meet his family, you deserve cookies. The Flock is a damned creepy organization, by the way, as I'm sure they were meant to be. I'm also glad, that in the end, many of the villians got the chance at redemption. (Not gonna say who, just in case someone reads the reviews before they finish the story, but you know who I mean.) The second generation kicks ass as much as the first did, if not a little more. Again, you rock muchly.