|Reviews for Devil's Dance|
| shugokage chapter 20 . 2/1
Amazing story great job!
| Tarix chapter 20 . 12/25/2014
| Hercules8 chapter 6 . 7/15/2014
Nice story! :)
| Guest chapter 15 . 7/2/2014
When did Tara come in
| DiscordDraconequus chapter 20 . 5/5/2014
With the name Super Ultra Violet, I was expecting Alastor to show up.
| vampireharry the 2 chapter 20 . 3/6/2014
I love this! I hope you'll continue it eventually!
| Deus-Ex-Machina chapter 20 . 11/27/2013
i'm guessing this story is dead... it's too bad, as it's a great story.
| Illuviar chapter 9 . 8/10/2013
| Illuviar chapter 7 . 8/10/2013
Nice one :D
| Illuviar chapter 3 . 8/10/2013
Great work so far!
| Illuviar chapter 1 . 8/10/2013
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/28/2012
having a scene where xander kicks warren's tail before he can shoot buffy would be fun. results: buffy not hurt, tara alive, willow not going evil and one very smashed up warren. by the way, i loved what you did to parker.
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/28/2012
i like everything except two things: 1: you killed spike. while dante is cooler than spike, spike is still worth keeping. 2:dante himself should show up. of course, you could have dante show up at the very end and have him and xander kick some serious tail (although dante would have to be the tougher of the two even now). alternatively xander could go bad. buffy certainly is worried that he will. if he does, it will probably take dante to bring him down. if they end up fighting, don't kill dante. he's way too cool to be killed by a walking halloween costume. i notice you're making reference to xander losing his powers as well as occasionly giving in to them. you are clever. you've set up multiple ways it could end. i think you should finish glory though. have devil-xander smash her up with force edge instead of buffy doing it with olaf's troll hammer. i reckon showing the son of sparda to be superior to "great glorificus" as the scabs call her would be quite satisfying. NOTE: please try to bring spike back. while not as cool as dante, he makes the series more fun.
| rockon5002 chapter 1 . 7/2/2012
Ebony & Ivory are both M1911-style handguns chambered for the .45 ACP round, and boast a plethora of customized features:
Both pistols have been modified with pivot-style triggers as opposed to the 1911's usual straight-pull trigger
Both feature custom sight systems; Ebony uses a set of target sights, while Ivory uses a pair of combat sights
Both feature ported muzzle compensators that reduce recoil and counteract muzzle flip. Both barrels are extend through the compensators and are ported to match the cuts in the compensators.
Both use custom slides that have been noticeably thickened and reinforced along the slide travel rails and around the chamber and firing mechanism. The result is a slide that bears a resemblance to SIG-Sauer's M1911 line.
Rails have been bolted to the forward portion of both frames. These rails are used to hold the compensators in place.
Both use double-stack magazines with slam-pads.
Both have gold-plated magazine releases, hammers, safety switches and triggers.
Ebony features a hooked, two-handed trigger-guard, while Ivory uses a more traditional rounded trigger-guard.
Both weapons use ergonomic wood grips which are inlaid with portraits of Victorian women; as befits their names, Ebony's is dark-haired, and Ivory's is fair-haired.
Ebony's Ejection port is located on the left side of the weapon, as opposed to the right side (as Ebony is meant to be used left-handed, this causes spent brass to be ejected away from Dante.)
In addition, several customized features are inconsistent between the various games:
In the original Devil May Cry game, Ebony utilizes an extended safety latch and a ring hammer. Ivory uses a standard length safety latch and a spur hammer. In later incarnations, both feature spur hammers and standard length safety latches.
For Devil May Cry 3, Ivory's frame and slide are both completely left-handed, with all of the controls being mirrored from their normal positions.
The inward-facing side of each weapon's slide (Ebony's right and Ivory's left) is engraved with "Ebony & Ivory" in a cursive script along with the unique design of piano keys, further alluding to its name. The outward facing sides (Ebony's left and Ivory's right) are engraved with a dedication to Dante which is explained in Devil May Cry Volume 1 to be from Nell Goldstein:
For Tony Redgrave By .45 Art Warks
Oddly enough, this engraving also appears on the Luce & Ombra, a similar set of pistols belonging to Dante's father which the Ebony & Ivory are modeled after.
| EK12 chapter 20 . 6/2/2012
If... If you still could, will you update this story? Please?