|Reviews for Elementary, My Dear ObiWan|
| Guest chapter 30 . 10/6/2021
This is the good stuff. I'm happy I didn't ignore it due to the concept being so dang silly. You deserve a 9.5/10 for this, author.
| Guest chapter 24 . 10/6/2021
That's kinda lame, author. It's not too terrible but we'd have been better off without it.
| Guest chapter 8 . 10/6/2021
A crossover this silly has no business being good, author. But you did it.
| Guest chapter 3 . 10/6/2021
Shouldn't there be marks on dead guy's throat from the obvious Force choking? That's a telekinetic thing, it does physical effects.
Nevertheless I like this fanfiction. This particular crossover sounds like it'd be very dumb but it's really well written so far.
| robbiepoo2341 chapter 30 . 11/22/2020
I just want you to know that I go back to this fic all the time. I discovered it ages ago, and whenever I'm in a funk, it never ceases to cheer me up. I must have read it a dozen times by now, and it never gets old. The writing is superb, the meshing of worlds is genius, and Mrs. Hudson never, ever stops being the best. dang. Jedi. ever.
Thank you for being a consistent light in my life. This fic has brought much-needed joy as I come to it again and again in the hellish year.
| SeleneBoxer chapter 30 . 9/16/2020
This is excellent! An unusual crossover done well, and I'd like to see Maeve in action again.
| Guest chapter 5 . 2/15/2020
That last sentence though. Imagine an AU where The Old Republic actually made first contact with Earth. Or New Republic. Legends baby, Legends.
| Leicontis chapter 24 . 4/19/2019
I was wondering if Mrs. Hudson would turn out to be a Jedi ever since Watson mused on her dislike of guns, and you certainly dropped a good number of hints since then. Nicely done.
| SigningSiren chapter 30 . 6/3/2017
Such a great story. It's comforting to know that Sherlock's deductive reasoning transcends this planet. I had a feeling it would be something simple, like an earth bullet, that would end up being the key to stopping Derry.
I didn't anticipate Mrs Hudson and MacEiver being upset with Holmes. He did wait until after they had tried to reason with Derry and he had nearly killed everyone. I'd be curious to know if they were all 'exiled' to this planet, as Qui Gon said. Are they all in the Jedi witness protection program or have they all done some questionable things in the past? If the latter, their determination to turn Derry back and Anger at Holmes makes more sense.
I loved Watson's sign off at the end. Leave it to him to find something philosophical about these fantastical events. And with those dreams, and his belief in luck, perhaps he has a bit of force sensitivity.
Pitch perfect story. You captured Doyle's writing style wonderfully and somehow made this unlikely pairing flow naturally
| SigningSiren chapter 26 . 6/2/2017
I feel like I missed something. Was I supposed to have seen them find the holo message?
Strange that the Jedi would be so relaxed
| SigningSiren chapter 25 . 6/2/2017
Interesting turn of events. Very good pacing.
| SigningSiren chapter 24 . 6/2/2017
Mrs Hudson! I love it.
Great bluff with Sherlock playing he was in despair for Watson's benefit. At first I figured that he was acting, then you fooled me when Watson dismissed the possibility. It's great that Sherlock can still outwit everyone. Now I'm going over what Qui Gon told Holmes earlier and trying to figure out how he deduced the Jedi's 'real reason' for being here
| SigningSiren chapter 21 . 6/2/2017
IVs would be feet fascinating to Watson. Good for him in at least creating the possibility of escape
| SigningSiren chapter 20 . 6/2/2017
"Control emotion, don't kill it." Maybe the Jedi do have something they can learn on this backwater planet. Perhaps an apparently emotionless person like Holmes is the best to give them that lesson as they are more able to relate to his way of using emotion.
Interesting idea that someone who strives not to feel emotion could be more likely to turn. I guess, without understanding of love, we could turn into logical sociopaths
| SigningSiren chapter 19 . 6/2/2017
So, Holmes is Right, there is a traitor. It is fun to see someone not in awe of Moriarty, even if they are from another planet