|Reviews for Changes in a Time of War|
| Guest chapter 26 . 8/11
This is probably my favorite fanfiction work to date!
| JuliusCorvinus chapter 30 . 7/21
Thank you for writing Changes in a Time of War
| omh666 chapter 29 . 5/22
That whole lightning and necromancy thing is such an awesome concept. Though, to be fair, I always play as a lightning caster, or a necromancer if they're available in games, so maybe I'm just bias. But to combine the two like this chapter does... so cool.
| omh666 chapter 28 . 5/21
"So what's the problem?" Namach asked. Rahkesh shifted and the vampire's dark silver gazed sharpened. "Rahkesh, what species is this tree?"
"Uh well…" Rahkesh trailed off best just tell him. Namach's eyes were starting to get unnerving. "It's a Dyalnos tree."
In her office Nvara spun around just in time to watch the hills on the far side of the valley turn to solid ice.
Hahahahaa! I love this sort of chapter ending. Fantastic way to tell exactly just how big of an explosion there was, without having to write the whole thing.
| omh666 chapter 27 . 5/21
Unfortunately, far too few people could be trusted with creating a world the way they want it. So manypeople would try to remove conflict completely, failing to remember or realize that conflict is what breeds growth.
| omh666 chapter 26 . 5/21
That music magic was pretty cool. I also love this part here:
"No. But I'd be careful what you eat or drink for the next month. And beware of anything with fangs." Rahkesh said, "or you'll wind up with orange hair
that you have to grow out because the color change is permanent."
"Orange is okay." Nic said after a moment's reflection. "My enemies will be too blinded by how horrible it looks on me to actual defend themselves." He
grinning in as diabolical a manner as he could manage, which wasn't very.
"Tell that to Daray. He'd probably believe it enough to color himself pink."
"Pink is not the color of a vampire." Nic intoned in a perfect imitation of Daray's voice.
| omh666 chapter 25 . 5/20
Insecurity is almost always interesting to read. That poor warrior being insecure about the tougher ones around... Hmm.
| omh666 chapter 24 . 5/20
Aah vampire silliness. Pride goes before a fall, and poor apprentice vamp there... oomph.
| omh666 chapter 23 . 5/19
There's tiny details that I catch the second, third, and so on time i read through your stories, but for the most part, I actually do follow most of your plots. They're well defined, interlaced, and fleshed out. Huge thanks for writing this fiction and for posting it here for us to read, even if it hasn't been finished.
| omh666 chapter 20 . 5/17
I dearly adore these three fics of the series. Even if the third one was never finished, I still enjoy reading every published chapter of it. I still hold out hope that one day, there might be more, no matter how unlikely.
| omh666 chapter 19 . 5/17
Death dragons. What could actually worry big bad, ancient vampire... and has a link to death? The damn death dragon elves.
| omh666 chapter 18 . 5/16
"It is very interesting that of your dominant animal forms, one doesn't survive for any longer than it takes for the storm that created it to burn out,
it is completely spawned by wild magic and weather events, and the other barely survives in the wild and was originally created by humans experimenting
with toads." Namach said.
Indeed, very interesting.
| omh666 chapter 17 . 5/16
Another concept of the bloodmagic. I dearly love bloodmagic. Every version I've ever come across of that branch has been interesting.
| omh666 chapter 16 . 5/16
I really do enjoy how you have the animal forms actually doing something to the characters even in their human form. Harry's thunderbird refusing to be defeated melding with him, or his fondness for electrocution. And now, we've got his serpentine form lending him a movement affectation and territorial instincts.
| omh666 chapter 15 . 5/16
This has always been one of the more interesting rituals. The concepts each had a point, they pulled in historic events from throughout the rest of the story, and just... fantastic chapter.