|Reviews for The Obsidian Dawn|
| jigentou chapter 13 . 3/5
I must say I just started reading this yesterday and I'm loving it. The story is well written and has a nice background to each of the characters. The best part is that you are slowly developing the characters and not rushing things. It actually seems possible for this to happen especially how you threw in the bronze flight dragon Hora in there. Really enjoyed the story far and from the reviews it seems like I will also enjoy what is to come.
| Amortal chapter 61 . 2/23
Awesome story, like seriously awesome. Its so rare to find something in the warcraft section that holds quality besides of course Frostblood by Poicephalus. I spent three days reading this and I was amused throughout it all so thank you for the hard work that went into this. Please update soon because I look forward to more.
| Boogerbug chapter 61 . 12/1/2013
Noooooooo, need moooooore!
| OMAC001 chapter 61 . 9/26/2013
Interesting. Its getting a little confusing to me. I hope the situation resolves itself.
| coincidencless chapter 61 . 9/21/2013
Welcome back! Samia was lucky to have the decoy Purge the Scarlet Crusader.
I love how you write Wrathion. How aloof and above-it-all he is. He reminds me very much of how another fanfic writer writes Pariah from the prototype series. So above it all. And scaring the children away with the 'curse', how kind of him.
Welcome back, you're in the home stretch!
| The Lady Genevieve chapter 61 . 9/20/2013
Not to be dramatic or anything, but I think I've mentioned before how, when authors vanish off the face of the earth, the worst possible scenarios filter through one's mind until one is absolutely sure their beloved author has been kidnapped by a gang of mutant, flesh-eating gerbils on flying pirate ships, bound to be sacrificed by Mola Ram screaming "Kali maaaa!"- ahem. Recomposing self in three... two...
Welcome back, lady authoress of awesome writing powers. The chapter notification made me ever so happy (though the fact that I cried might have been some residual devastation and heartbroken-ness from that John Green book I just devoured). Yes, TOD is probably as tragic as aforementioned book, but alas it brightened my day to read through... and reread... and reread again. And now review. Or try to review. I just wanted to gush with happiness, so here I am, gushing.
With oodles of happiness.
Until next time, Dusty (or do I call you Iceworth now? I need that cleared up before the next chapter so I'm not awkwardly trying to figure out how to address your goddess-y authoress self).
| Shinkicker chapter 61 . 9/19/2013
Oh, nice to see an update! I see your Wrathion is as slippery as the one in game (as power obsessed to). Still I can't decide if I like him or hate him - the eggs were switched weren't they? Also, was that a hint of Old God influence I saw speaking to him? It's been a while since I read this story, but I can't help but think there is a massive misunderstanding going on here, outside Old God interference (even with that I'm a little confused who is corrupted and who isn't any more, haha). I like Samia, she has the worst luck, she just needs a good hug. Curious to what the new well is like. Samia can sense corruption can't she now, so she should be able to tell if anything is wrong with the whelp right? Unless she is unknowingly corrupted herself... Was that rogue an imposter SC member?
Needs more Onyxia/Bolvar!
Thanks for posting!
| ABitterPill chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
Honestly I'm not sure if I should believe if Wrathion is actually the "Black Prince" or not. He's very full of himself and while he says the Old Gods haven't touched his mind, how could he know for sure? Hell, it could even be in the Old God's game to have him THINK he's pure when he in reality is not. the Elements actually listened to Samia this time when before they seemed disturbed and she was luck if she could call on them, so the elements listening says Something is helping her commune with them better and it likely isn't the Old Gods, particularly those of earth since Therazane isn't aligned with the Old Gods as of cataclysm.
Only about six chapters to the end? That makes me kind of sad... I am hoping things can change some from the "canon" of Wrathion's story arc and that Nalice will be able to survive. She still had that poor baby whelp with her when she fled Northrend. I hope it's still with her as well and has survived. The story is marked as Drama/Romance, not Drama/Tragedy after all. There has to be SOME form of light at the end for the Obsidian Dawn and Onyxia and Bolvar, right?
Maybe I really am a hopeless romantic at times.
I don't mind waiting for updates. This story has always been an absolute pleasure to read and I eagerly await each one... even if some of them make me sad. This story is one of my favorites.
| reality deviant chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
good to know you are not dead.
| S.R.457 chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
| Victorules chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
I sense some Song of Ice and Fire influence in the writting. Also, maybe children wasnt the best name if you only really spoke about Wrathion.
I know how life can get in the way of personal projects, but this is still a job well done.
| Guest chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
YOUR BACK! This is getting realinterestin now:D
| Casanovan chapter 61 . 9/18/2013
Yay you're back! That's good news about the story progress. I wonder what the decoy will be like? Anyway, another awesome chapter. I just hope we get some more soon :)
| Zuhani chapter 60 . 9/13/2013
I keep rereading this story again and again and it still manages to bring tears to my eyes at so many points. *sigh* Everytime I see I got mail I pray it's an update. :D Great work, one of the best things I've ever read.
| peachycupcake chapter 60 . 8/22/2013
I have to say, your plot is one of the most, if not the most amazing one i have ever seen. There are plenty of good, published works out there that can't hope to be compared to your story. You incorporate your story into the wow lore very well, and you also tell how intricate the story actually was compared to what is told in WoW lore.
Long story short, Great Story D