|Reviews for One Lousy Joke|
| vandevere chapter 1 . 7/17/2011
Please forgive me for coming so late to the party, but I've only recently become acquainted with NWN2, and as so many other reviewers have already said, Sand's voice was utterly perfect, as was Casavir's utter lack of humor...
I think casivir telling a joke might very well signify that the apocalypse is nigh...
| Jackaroo chapter 1 . 3/30/2011
I loved this.
In hindsight, however, it is not wise to eat and read at the same time.
| frostnight chapter 1 . 2/28/2011
A wonderful story to read and a lifesaver during a boring day at work. I really love how you managed to capture Sands personality and I hope and wish that you will continue writing more stories about nwn2!
| Methinks chapter 1 . 3/31/2010
Just re-read this for the umpteenth time and finally just felt I absolutely had to let you know that this is by far the best one shot I've ever read. Sand in the game is cool. Sand in your stories is absolutely amazing.
Anyways, read it, loved it, please write more. Cheers.
| escapeFWpills chapter 1 . 12/4/2009
This was very funny and in character. I actually laughed out loud in several parts which doesn't happen often. :)
| sisterpatrick chapter 1 . 4/14/2009
This is brilliantly done. Your Sand is perfect, and the timing couldn't be better. I love how you've kept his research methods at the forefront of his mind while he has a parallel conversation with the KC. My only problem is, I work in a library and have been snarfing my own laughter...I think my sinuses have imploded. What an hysterical story. Excellent!
| callalili chapter 1 . 8/3/2008
This made me laugh so hard my mother came from all the way across the house to give me a funny look. Great story, great characterization of Sand (always how I imagined him!), and awesome dialogue.
| slef chapter 1 . 7/26/2008
LOLOLOL! So cool!
| CrayonMentality chapter 1 . 6/10/2008
I hurt myself laughing, this is brilliant.
| Falco chapter 1 . 1/20/2008
Beautiful. You use perspective expertly in creating Sand's wry inner voice. The story is balanced and hugely entertaining, just like the elf himself. I think you write Sand better than the actual NWN2 writers did - unlike them, you keep up his flow of sarcasm without it ever seeming strained. I wish I could write half so well as you.
| stellaria11 chapter 1 . 11/29/2007
This is excellent. You have Sand's 'voice' down pat and the comment about dressing up as a Wendersnaven made me laugh. It's a pity there are so many fics about the terminally boring paladin and not the bitchy, world-weary elf. So this is refreshing.
| Cro-Magnon chapter 1 . 11/26/2007
I saw that this was in my favourites list, but I had been remiss in reviewing it.
I think I'll echo what ryoushi-x said: "I loved the dialogue you gave Sand. I could hear him perfectly in my head and that's how I know it's character-perfect speech." That's my benchmark as to perfect character depiction too: those scary voices in my head. In your case, they rang true.
A great read that also made me smile, chuckle and laugh at times.
| ClicktoFree chapter 1 . 9/1/2007
I think I cracked a rib laughing too much...' XD
| Archangel Beth chapter 1 . 7/5/2007
*giggle* I don't even know that pack of characters, and it's still amusing as heck. Pointy ears!
| Estelindis chapter 1 . 6/14/2007
What a wonderful piece of writing! You got Sand perfect: what he said, the way he said it, timing, etc. Wonder what joke he'll suggest to Casavir... ;o)