|Reviews for Blackadder: The Pureblood Years|
| Dark-Prince-of-Clowns chapter 3 . 10/5/2020
I thought Blackadder ALWAYS got out of his trouble?
Haven't seen the end of all the series tho, I admit.
But you COULD have made him actually try to help Voldemort, and accidentally killing him and being hailed a hero and made minister. Lol
(Remember that episode he ended up accidentally killing his...king, was it? When he was running late for that battle. And somehow he got a promotion or something.)
Blackadder have the Devil's luck.
That aside, brilliant story! You managed to keep everyone in-characters, which is nothing short of impressive!
Please write an alternate ending option tho! Lol _
| Bartholemeow chapter 2 . 5/11/2019
That's an insult to the state small animal of Texas...
Prepare to be slapped silly with court hearings!
| Bartholemeow chapter 1 . 5/11/2019
Hilarious, absolutely hilarious.
Wizard black Adder sounds strikingly like the actual person; you aren't related to him by any chance?
*excellent British accent*
Oh... crap. Forgot to turn you off.
| Guest chapter 3 . 9/20/2017
London Knight .
Very funny . Would have liked to see Baldrick accidentally destroy Voldemort , when a 'Cunning Plan' backfired ... but still brilliant .
Half-Blood George Prince - the moronic cousin of Snape played by Hugh Laurie - appearing would've been a good twist as well ...
LK out .
| Inspector Spinda chapter 3 . 10/24/2015
Regarding the ending, I wouldn't complain if only something else happened first. If you had only had them escape and then Lestrange meet them and kill him later, that would have been better. Because if Lestrange didn't come, they would have been stuck there forever, get what I'm saying? This seems more like a last episode than an arc. Maybe that was your intention, but it was nevertheless, sort of unforfilling because not much really happened. That being said, the stuff that did happen was very well handled, and I commend you on that.
| spacecavy chapter 3 . 8/25/2015
Ahaha! It's hard to find obscure crossovers that are good, even harder to find good obscure crossovers that are complete. You ticked both boxes and got the characters right. Loved it!
| tricorvus chapter 2 . 6/1/2014
Oh god, I love it, I love it, I love it!
| tricorvus chapter 1 . 6/1/2014
I love Blackadder with all my heart (don't worry, my husband knows this), my mind (what mind?) & so- (oh wait I think I sold that to Santa before I cured my dyslexia) - nevermind.
This is great, I'm dancing
| Susan M. M chapter 1 . 8/9/2013
You've captured the style of Blackadder perfectly.
| ChloboShoka chapter 3 . 1/25/2013
I'm planning on writing a Blackadder crossover myself so I decided to take a look at some fics to get some ideas and inspiration, and I have stumbled across yours. I must say that I think you have done a fantastic job. It read and feels like a real episode because of the pace and the wonderful writing. I thought it was a really great edition with Bellatrix and Edmund's little romance thing going there because it made the ending really great. It was a sad ending for Blackadder, but I thought it was a perfect way to end the story. Baldric was awesome in this story and I found it funny when he seemed enthusiastic about going to Azkabam.
| WearerOfCapes chapter 3 . 10/30/2012
This is brilliant, so unique and weird and hilairious. It's different from anything else I've ever read. Nice job :)
Much love x
| lazyguy90 chapter 3 . 5/28/2012
Haha, very nice. Well done on this.
| AJK200001 chapter 3 . 2/6/2012
Just like an episode of Blackadder!
Some of the H.P. Characters I imagined would be played by the other Blackadder Stars.
Fudge: George (Hugh Lauriey)
Percy Weasley: Kevin Darling (Tim McInnerny)
and Bellatrix: Queenie (Miranda Richardson)
I thought that maybe the "Row your boat" part would be like in the series though.
"Row, Row, Row Your Punt, Gently Down The Stream, Belts Off, Trousers Down, Ins't Life A Scream, WOOF!"
| LWJ2 chapter 3 . 2/24/2011
Wonderful! You got Blackadder down to a "T".
Please write a few more.
| Tindomiel chapter 1 . 2/8/2011
Brilliant comedic writing, especially Edmund's treatment of Baldrick. I could see it played out in delicious cruelty, and the matter-of-fact way it is written adds to the comedy.