|Reviews for Saruman of many Devices|
| cutrupi124 chapter 14 . 8/6
Please please please please please please continue
| rabio chapter 14 . 8/1
Amazing story! Just read it all in a day.
Is it still alive?
Either way, thank you very much!
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/30
You cant just abandon this work of art
| Guest chapter 14 . 7/13
Really well done, I'm still hoping for more
| Jwsponky chapter 14 . 7/5
An amusing story, though I admit I am unfamiliar with the book series you borrowed Central from... I also wonder how long it would be before Central gave Saruman the blueprints for flamethrowers...
| ulfark chapter 14 . 6/20
ok through out this entire story i kept wondering why the bloody hell Saruman gave up such a huge advantage?
yes the gundabad orcs had a prototype of his more advanced isen rifle but that's no reason to hand out their design willy nilly. simply telling them how to make them makes a negligible difference for the battle at hand since they simply don't have have the infrastructure to mass produce them in sizable numbers.
Both Gondor and the elves should not have been given the weapons without at least a pledge of fealty or vassalship. even optimistically Saruman should have gotten horribly disproportionate trade deals out of them. they were literally up against a wall and he had the magic bullet that could make it all go away.
it seems like central brainwashed him into being a good guy with a emphasis on technological advancement and not welfare. cuz it won't be long before they are warring with each other using rifles after the mordor orcs are all dead.
i kept waiting for the hammer to drop on the western people when Saruman would apply the pressure but instead he's been a white knight throughout. he is not desperate enough for help against Sauron to need their help. even with the mordor orcs copying his tech he is still ahead and outpacing them to boot. he could simply siege important areas and wait for his tech level to rise until numerical superiority is worthless AKA automatic magazine rifles, tanks and airplanes. Though even with Central giving him the blueprints to everything isengard is still advancing way too fast to be believable.
i was hoping for saruman to at least let his nominal allies absorb some blows to diminish their strength so he could lord over them later on more easily. kinda like how Europe was completely dependent on america for both rebuilding and military support.
oh well still a fun and entertaining story. i would ask for a bit less emphasis on the Central Observe routine to show information dumps and more emphasis on the relationships and name recognition of individual orcs. i recognized most but there were simply too many to keep track when they seemed interchangeable at points.
| Krulla Chief chapter 10 . 6/4
Can't believe I'd forgotten you'd used the LoTR Battle Game Named Nazgul by the money vampires in story.
| ATP chapter 14 . 4/17
| Denubis chapter 14 . 4/9
This is an excellent excellent story. My compliments.
| geistklempner chapter 14 . 2/2
Please continue this? *puppy dog eyes*
| Arcane Howitzer chapter 14 . 1/27
Bravo, good sir! This is the kind of story that makes me cackle like mad! I hope to see more of it soon.
| Andrew chapter 14 . 12/14/2016
I was very happy to see more of this. I really enjoy the story and the level of detail in your battles. I'm looking forward to more.
| frustratedmind chapter 2 . 11/4/2016
This is a masterpiece. Great work.
| RHJunior chapter 1 . 10/25/2016
better option: Red brass, an alloy of copper, zinc and tin used in older firearms rather than iron.
| Dragonheart51 chapter 14 . 9/24/2016
Great story. I hope we get a big battle between Sauron and Saruman. Let Sauron get a taste of an Army Corps and it's firepower. Or even a whole army.