|Reviews for On Dead Ancestors and Predestined Fate|
| Silver Fang 101 chapter 1 . 3/1
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/14/2013
Daemon seems to be that kind of person who won't leave you alone and will always be there at the worst times
| Crazed King chapter 1 . 8/29/2013
| Anime Kat Reaper chapter 1 . 8/4/2013
Nice, and Deamon calls Tsuna insolent? I would have ignored the ghost until he left or fully made himself visible and put the test on hold.
| kage kitsune no yami chapter 1 . 6/20/2013
Wow, this really is good. Great even :)
| Jazebeth chapter 1 . 3/30/2013
I'm a bit confused here...
Daemon were trying to guide Tsuna in fine mafia boss in his own way but suddenly the topic changes into him (Daemon) didn't kill Giotto on his time...
so I was thinking... "Why they need Vongola Bloodline in the first place?"
| dark-dreams-of-love chapter 1 . 2/4/2013
God. Reborn didnt have to utter a single word and he still spoke volumnes xD loved it! Amazing!
| pinkus-pyon chapter 1 . 11/8/2012
| BlizzardXIII chapter 1 . 11/3/2012
Hahaha I loved this! Is this a one shot though? I loved how Daemon Spade was being such a pompous ass to Tsuna. He's actually rather cute in a twisted, self absorbed kinda way. Hahaha. And I randomly pictured the first gen singing 'The old men's dead and gone, dead and gone' from the song Dead and Gone by TI Hahah. I really enjoyed your story!
| A Midsummer chapter 1 . 10/4/2012
Ahahaha, I can definitely imagine that blatant favoritism of Primo-kun.
Daemon being a total pest in the middle of an exam? pfft. For some reason, the humorous situation sounds plausible.
"We are but fragments of memory, not souls." A figment then. That sounds interesting...a mere record of independent conscious thought. Not really living but existing.
-shakes head- Heh. I've always liked the concept of Reincarnation and Rebirth. It goes hand in hand with my infatuation with Time Travel.
The last bit was pure crack. The tunafish snapped? oh my.
| uchiha-sakura193 chapter 1 . 3/16/2012
so that's why tsuna destroyed the rings. LOL
| nina chapter 1 . 2/20/2012
woohoo this is wonderful! Is this a one shot? I hope there is more chapter..
| Alia Inverse chapter 1 . 12/23/2011
I especially loved Knuckles extreme preach, and the relationships between the first and tenth generation seemed very natural...
I'm not following the anime, but this made me want to check the Primo Family Arc!
| Sleepy Mangos chapter 1 . 12/18/2011
Wonderful! I love your characterizations of Tsuna, and the Primo Family, especially Daemon. This very much felt like it could take place in either the manga or anime, and fit in with the over all story. I look forward to reading your other works! D
| feriket chapter 1 . 12/12/2011
This has to be one of my favorite fics for many reason. Daemon's and Tsuna's voices are spot on, and I love how you write Tsuna. There are parts of Tsuna's POV that are particularly hilarious:
"On second thought, perhaps it was better that he didn't get to meet the more volatile of Primo's Guardians for his own welfare. He had enough people trying to kill him without adding dead people to the mix."
""I am going to make Vongola the most loving, compassionate and friendly Family the mafia ever had," Tsuna declared, right off the bat, with a poisonous glint in his eyes that belied the idealistic words, "in fact, I'll make a charity group out of Vongola when I become boss." "
are some of many examples. I enjoy reading Daemon's and Tsuna's humorous interactions. However, one thing stands out to me the most:
"But Daemon-san," the brunette carried on, steady conviction communicating from his entire posture, "I'm not you. I… cannot care for an organization more than I care for my friends. Vongola's continued existence is important, but…but my friends' welfare always comes first. If being the next Vongola boss means my friends' lives will be in constant danger…then I don't really want the title."
This portrayal of Tsuna is completely accurate, linking nicely with Tsuna's declaration of 'not yet' rejecting the Vongola, and it perfectly contrasts Daemon and Tsuna. Moreover, it highlights the key to the conflict between Giotto and Daemon. The scene with Daemon and Giotto right after this reinforces the contrast you had been building through Daemon's and Tsuna's conversation, and even though it's shorter than the scene with Tsuna, it is no less intriguing.
I adore this characterization of Tsuna because it fits right into the canon, explaining much of Tsuna's motivation in the manga/anime. The fic is engaging, and I'm looking forward to read more from you.