|Reviews for When Couslands Collide|
| Lynn Pintel chapter 1 . 2/22/2012
THIS IS AWESOME! Omg, I loved the Fergus-Alistair-Malcolm banter!
"Really," said Fergus, "explain to me how the universe can decide to give me a brother in one reality and a sister in the other, and yet they're both still as mouthy as a desire demon."
I laughed so hard! Thanks for the many lols!
| naomis8329 chapter 1 . 11/3/2011
A wonderful story and one I loved and laughed heartily over. Some things I don't understand as I haven't read 30 Dragon and In Peace we Lie and will now have to lol.
I found it highly enjoyable and the way everyone felt about the situation and just "got along" was brilliant.
Thank you for sharing it was a treat.
| Leeirane chapter 1 . 9/19/2011
Oh my, that was hilarious! I loved Alistair is still Alistair, no matter what. Wonderful story.
| Arcadian90 chapter 1 . 9/7/2011
Oooo... colliding AUs. Fun.
| ChampionTheWonderSnail chapter 1 . 9/7/2011
This is soooo great! My head reeled with so many Theirins and Couslands in the one spot and I almost expected someone to wheel out the barbecue and set up some cricket stumps. The thought of Flemeth doing this for her own amusement is just brilliant and having Malcolm and Liadan and Elissa back again was such a joy.
Perfect that the children seemed to take this in their stride far better than the adults.
Fantastic response ladies!
| Suilven chapter 1 . 9/6/2011
This was just fantastic. Reading about these characters together was just so many degrees of awesomeness. I love the children together, with Ava's teasing of Cael being my favorite.
There are too many little moments that I enjoyed in the awkwardness and catching up on the events of each others' universes to list them all, but I liked Malcolm's reaction to the living Leliana, Alistair and Elissa's reactions to the other Alistair having married Anora, and, as always, Morrigan. Love her.
My favorite lines of the whole thing (making me laugh out loud) were:
Malcolm raised an eyebrow, surprised and slightly grateful to know that he wasn't the only father who occasionally had to smite their mage child. "When your kid gets hit with a smite, does he nap for hours?" he asked Aeryc. "Mine does."
"Are you kidding me? If I tried to smite Kern, Morrigan would wear my testicles as earrings." Aeryc watched as Morrigan, contented with the safety of her child, wandered away to speak with the other women. Then he said, "Yeah, he does. Offensive parenting, I like to call it."
Great job, you two!
| Anya Fira chapter 1 . 9/6/2011
Haha That was great! The ending makes me want another chapter or a sequel.