|Reviews for Through Time and Back|
| Sven Vollfield chapter 18 . 6/26/2013
Ok, this was interesting. More that expected. Awesomely written!
| Sven Vollfield chapter 17 . 6/3/2013
I have read all the improved chapters. Should I continue or wait?
| Sven Vollfield chapter 15 . 5/29/2013
You are very skilled in writing, I'm really impressed.
| Sven Vollfield chapter 13 . 5/15/2013
I like Taki a lot!
| Sven Vollfield chapter 12 . 5/14/2013
Undead... how I hate the undead...
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 16 . 5/13/2013
Aeon! Seeing as, or well if I recall right, he is your favorite character, he made a very good entrance. Though, I doubt Astaroth died from the fall. If anything, he may simply be injured. Though I'm interested to see what happens with Link and Aeon.
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 15 . 5/13/2013
That gamble seems rather fatuous. I cannot stress that enough, though I do like it. Or I may be borderline insane myself...who knows...though a giant lizardman would be rather interesting to see in-game. Aeon vs. Lizardman with both bearing very different attacks which the only one in common would be the fire-breathing. Ah, it would be interesting. Though way to go for unintentionally killing the beast Sohpitia; because if it were not for that strike, I do believe they would be screwed. I say that because the beast was rather intelligent-It did after all stare at the ice after it deflected the arrow in disbelief which shows immense intelligence as well as for the fact that it bears its human (assuming things with Fygul and all) memories. Nicely done.
| Guest chapter 14 . 5/13/2013
Ah Charade, how you were awesome in game and only available as a NPC in III, lest one used an Action Replay or Gameshark... I honestly love the battle scene with it. Though also, Yun-Seong and Seung Mi-Na are still different as well. Despite following the name change, do which you prefer as... well, Namco honestly should not have changed their names mid-flow. Though good work as always.
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 13 . 5/12/2013
A caring and sympathetic Taki is a rare and always a pleasant thing to see due to how she has been trained to retain her stoic if not callous persona. A facade if you will. Along with her frustrations to normally attain what she can and desires with immense ease it is also realistic that this method of attaining information let alone anything will not work on everyone. Though at the end I visualized Siegfried's terror and thought of how I would react in that situation-sadly I don't think I would have run fast enough...though nicely done.
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 12 . 5/12/2013
Undead...decapitate, and then dismember them. Easiest way to rid yourself of the problem. (thinks of zombies) I could use some of that medicine though. I'd love a good long sleep. Yet, very well written as always. Also, I can sympathize with Siegfried's stubbornness, yet, most people actually choose to retreat from what causes them pain instead of dealing with it head-on. All-in-all, he is not weak (in this case) he is simply human.
| Sven Vollfield chapter 9 . 5/11/2013
Going nice! Your have quite the skill to write.
| Sven Vollfield chapter 4 . 5/11/2013
Wow! I'm impressed...
| XiaoWing chapter 31 . 4/21/2013
Really loved it
Thank you for this great story :)
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 10 . 4/7/2013
I slightly feel the urge to shout: 'Sieg and Taki!' but I will refrain from doing so. Though she has every right to be suspicious after a child could detect her with ease. Link on the other hand, heh, poetic haha. It did sound slightly poetic. Mardok, it makes me think of Tekken's Marduk. Lol, nicely done.
| Lyrical Disparity chapter 9 . 4/7/2013
Ah, the brotherly/friendly pact. After he asked 'promise me' I thought damn, forced promise. Though it truly shows the background of how each of them have learned their swordplay, where a young Siegfried, which actually seems fairly true, fought learning hatred and no restrictions even while sparring. Link on the other hand sparred but would never aim to cause injury or even taunt his opponent.
Always a pleasure to read Icy.