|Reviews for Bloodstained Diamonds|
| Mollyscribbles chapter 1 . 10/13/2007
I've been reading through your sonnets, and while they're all quite awesome, this one blew me away. The sheer depth you've brought to such a simple game - awesome.
| Ember Nickel chapter 1 . 10/1/2006
| LostFairy chapter 1 . 9/21/2006
before i start, this is worth two reviews because it's from me and queenboris. queenboris ses: this story is actually quite good and i think its worth more than two reviews. so keep on updating and we'll keep reviewing ;) i never thought id see the day when id be reveiwing a video game. i say: that was actually really good. why did you decide to write a poem on that? lol. actually really deep. well done.
| Livy chapter 1 . 8/13/2006
wow that was amazing very well developed i loved it.
| Todd B. James chapter 1 . 5/26/2006
Sweet. First review.
Awesome sonnet. Somehow, you made the Legend of Sol-tar [/Aqua Teen reference] seem like an epic worthy of a Braveheart-esque movie. The suits denoting their role in the kingdom was brilliant. I've always wondered what significance they held, and I suppose this is as satisfying and entertaining an explanation as I'll ever get.
The way you ended it was brilliant, too. All the cards are on the stacks at the end, therefore they are all equal. "Noble or common, all dried in the sun," is a perfect visual of both the battlefield's aftermath and the Solitaire endgame.
As with all of your video game sonnets, awesome work. Keep it up. I want to see what you'd be able to do with Pinball. _