Reviews for Unforgiven
Randomness from Boredom chapter 1 . 11/28/2007
Wow...O.o Impressive. That was...emotional and lovely (which I really, really like) XD You play MapleStory?

And uh, I don't think someone who kills werewolves would be using a Maple Soul Singer (unless it's ME going into training on strong monsters without remembering to change my weapon that I used for display or for other reasons...yes, I can be oblivious to that. I actually tried to kill a Cellion with a noob sword once 'cause I forgot to change my weapon after dressing up like a noob. Enough of that.) yeah.

Just what level are these characters? What are their names? How do they look? A description of that could be a great addition.

This is so well written and touching in a way. That part about the wolves coming reminded me of a song called '7 Days to the Wolves' (know it?) and at the time I clicked on this, I was listening to a song that kinda fit the mood..D. Loved it.
Kal Ancalas chapter 1 . 11/28/2007
Bloody hell.

Thank you for putting in 3,197 words what I have felt on so many countless occasions.

You described everything perfectly, with just enough description to completely draw the reader in and make him/her actually feel the emotion, something 99 percent of the writers here (including me, unfortunately) have yet to do. I won't say that I was moved to tears, but I must admit, it touched me in places I normally don't like to be touched (take this as a compliment, please).

Tiny nitpicky detail: Someone with a Maple Soul Singer probably wouldn't be able to kill werewolves at that level of proficiency (unless maybe the bastard had Ice Charge and a godly pair of gloves) but that in no way detracts from the story, almost complements it to some degree.

Oh, and one side note: I don't know why, but reading a description of a Shinkita being jammed into someone's face at high velocity made me feel fuzzy inside. Maybe that's just me.

My sincerest congratulations, and go forth knowing that you have managed to restore my faith in the human race.