|Reviews for God's Mercy|
| Yugioash chapter 1 . 5/18/2011
That's pretty good
| Wishi-chan chapter 1 . 8/19/2010
I love how you hint at little bits of back-story for Minato, Jiraiya and Hiuzen; it creates extra depth and interest in the characters for me. I felt that you were kind of hinting that Minato was TRYING to hide/keep back his true nature, but in the end just gave in. This could be really interesting if you decided to develop that idea a little more, maybe? Also, I LOVE Sandaime - he's so human, not nearly as noble as he wants to be, yet still a good man. It bridges the gap between a man who would care for the child of his enemy and the man who would banish a child to a world he knows very little about. Also, the slow realisation of Minato's mind games with him, and his true intentions - chilling.
| Cedevita chapter 1 . 8/12/2010
A cute story (excluding the crazy Minato) with a nice ending. I like how Naruto had a home in the end.
But I'm not sure I like how Sandaime wanted to kill the baby Naruto only to kill Minato as well. I know he didn't kill him in the end, but he wanted to before he realised Minato was a crazy bastard who only wanted to spill innocent blood.
I also understand Kushina, why she was running away. She's just abandoning her child. But I can't blame her, she must have thought the child will be as man as Minato is/was.
All in all, I do like it.
| PhreshxxxBear chapter 1 . 8/11/2010
Interesting character you made Minato out to be. Insane and cruel.
| Megii of Mysteri OusStranger chapter 1 . 8/11/2010
Your writing just keeps getting better and better. I always love seeing Jiraiya related to Naruto in some way or another.
It was interesting reading Hiruzen's reasons for not killing Naruto. Not quite as noble reasons as I have previously imagined, for a Houshukage viewed by many as something of a softy. It feels as if he's still battling with Minato in some way, even though they are not. I also just adored this line:
"Hiruzen backed away, disgusted, then turned away from the kit whose cries for its mother's milk still echoed throughout the cave."
I'm not sure why that wowed me the way it did, but wow. A simple, yet powerful sentence there. Fantastic job.