|Reviews for Trail of Echoes|
| Guest chapter 4 . 5/24/2016
Revan's going after Meetra? How's that gonna work? I feel like its gonna kinda mess up the second game.
But let's see what happens.
| Guest chapter 3 . 5/24/2016
God seeing who is now my all time favorite Star Wars character reduce to this is depressing...
| Guest chapter 2 . 5/24/2016
Ah the ending to the first game.
The droids get a medal though.
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/24/2016
I look at your Revan's Shadow story. I enjoyed it. And now let's see how this one is.
| Guest chapter 24 . 4/2/2015
Evidently this review is years late but praise must be heaped anyway:
The most important thing I feel you've done here (and in your previous kotor work as well) is stay completely true to the characters we know and keeping the personalities distinct, particularly Carth, with his occasional stammer and generally low key attitude. What you've done with Meetra though is still your crown jewel for me. I read her in here and I get pumped to play kotor 2 only to get 5 min in and it just doesn't have the zest you give her. The sardonic edge, the hardened survivor.
Also your sense of storytelling pace could be one of your greatest strengths as a writer. Often times it takes literally thousands of words before someone can get their story going, you manage to layer on intrigue with Revan's flooded memories which lead into the plot to find Meetra which acts as a vehicle to have one last character driven adventure with this group. It all unfolds very well and that's specifically because of how you've layered the action.
To end on a point of improvement-which I am guessing was probably due to real life obligations-the story you have spends a long time driving towards this notion of a Revan/Meetra reunion. The idea of that is what gets the ball rolling and in a lot of ways is a promise to the audience. So it feels a little abrupt and emotionally unsatisfying that Revan calls of the search and things quickly wrap up. Again, probably due to real life constraints rather than you not contemplating this but worth mentioning.
Amazing work, look forward to reading more of your stuff.
| Behzei chapter 24 . 4/6/2013
i like it,
it bridged the time very nicely, and for the sake of Star Wars, I hope Revan is not dead for good ... he wasn't actually killed in SW:TOR ...
I really would like to see him back some day.
| Shebali chapter 24 . 12/18/2012
This story helped me to get over the disaster that was TOR: Revan, so thank you.
| Guest chapter 20 . 12/9/2012
Yay living it! Thanks for updating! Keep it up!
| Ragecandy chapter 24 . 12/8/2012
I really liked your story. You got the hand of Revan's fall/sacrifice, which I think is one of the most interesting element to a character that I've seen in Star Wars. And I thoroughly enjoyed the moments with the Ebon Hawk's crew, especially HK-47, Canderous, and Jolee. The time when Revan walks out of the council room, disabling the guards' weapons as he goes and making Canderous laugh, will stick with me.
Thanks for a really good story. I haven't read Revan, but I know that this story at least deserves a place in memory. If not that of Lucas Arts, when that of Star Wars fans and fans of good writing, good philosophy, and good adventure.
| Above the Winter Moonlight chapter 24 . 12/5/2012
Very good story. I liked it a lot.
| Above the Winter Moonlight chapter 13 . 12/5/2012
Very good story so far.
| Lui chapter 21 . 12/1/2012
Wow, very cool, loved it
| Guest chapter 19 . 12/1/2012
It seems like your really downgrading Revan in this fic. In the other one, he was becoming exponentially more badass but now he seems a lot sillier, less wise, and less interesting. I get it that he's not Darth Revan anymore but he should retain at least a little bit of his larger than life aura
| Codawren chapter 18 . 11/27/2012
awsome keep going
| Lui chapter 17 . 11/24/2012
It's great to see you get going again, the absence of updates was starting to worry me