|Reviews for Gothic I: Trouble|
| o.Ellena.o chapter 1 . 11/11/2015
I played only Gothic II: Night of the raven but I think I can understand your story :) I truly like it, especially the way of storytelling - very interesting, which sounds like some bard tale, almost legend.
| Artistya chapter 1 . 8/26/2013
Wow... this is some rhyming skill you have! The nameless hero shall be rewarded, and now, he'll FINALLY have some rest... not. -D
| anon chapter 1 . 8/22/2013
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/19/2012
This was impressive, and put a huge grin on my face :D
Fast paced and silly from the beginning till the very end, when someone does not feel like replaying the whole game again, they should read your poem, bringing many fond memories.
I would add some more description to the 4th Focus Stone (with Gorn and Snappers), something about "Snappy the Snapper" being cleaved in two by a friend's Huge Axe would be great :D
"Stealing the Ham" moment was epic, and cracked me up
Good Job indeed!
| The Nameless Stranger chapter 1 . 6/1/2012
hehe our Stranger leads a tough life. I see...XD
Cute poem,nice lines,although it should have had more than the discription of gothic 1.
good job ;)
| Tawariell chapter 1 . 5/26/2012
That was awesome. I can't rhyme for shit.
| Velvet Aura chapter 1 . 5/16/2010
It's good. You're very talented. :)
| Johnny97 chapter 1 . 10/17/2009
This was the best poem I have ever read.
But it needs more then said.
I tell you to make another one.
Cus it has to be loved by someone.
I say to you go make another.
So Gothic and funnyness can find each other.
He he great poem.
| MourningSoul001 chapter 1 . 10/22/2007
you like to write poems huh? That's mega sweet. But I have a one thing for you to keep in mind...I LOVE IT! K, that made no sense oh well. Keep up the good work, and I'll continue to read some of your work _
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/2/2007
I remember this game, and the second one! Haven't played the third one. Nicely done!
| darysha chapter 1 . 4/13/2007
I liked it :) Great poem, it really represents most of the trouble in Gothic I.