|Reviews for Circles|
| Guest chapter 26 . 2/28
Yes the Arthurian legend should have taken place in the 6th century. However, the romantic, idealized Camelot most of us are familiar with first appeared in the 10th or 11th century on the form of poems and ballads. But considering it isn't actually real, I don't think anyone will be too torn up. I personally might have set it a few centuries earlier though, considering the 15th century would be about the time Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
| ChickInBlack chapter 14 . 1/26
Doesn't "Festus" mean happy in some language? Like Ancient Greek or Latin?
| Anon chapter 19 . 1/22
Thor could help out with Malchior and Rorek! :) Afterall, he's had some expirence in the sibling rivalry department with Loki! :)
| micah chapter 14 . 11/9/2013
| summer chapter 1 . 9/12/2013
so good its my tenth time reading this story and just woundering how can i sign up for this site email me at () thanks very much
| Guest chapter 15 . 7/22/2013
hey well ur a great writer and I think u should write lots lots more
| Guest chapter 56 . 7/19/2013
Okay, hi! I know it's been a while, but I was just wondering... um, Knots? Any time now? Please? Near future? Fangirls need a sequel!
| Guest chapter 3 . 7/1/2013
sorry butt that's not malicore it's another character malicore doesn't have those powers
| Raven A. Evans chapter 56 . 5/21/2013
Longest story I've read, but it was SOOOO VERY worth it‼. Thank you for such a great story and I hope you have the sequel up soon!
| Guest chapter 31 . 4/28/2013
The official Arthurian legend is a nightmare. The backstory takes place a little after the fall of Rome, but nobody's exactly sure when. There's a whole mess with King Arthur and Queen Guinevere's coffins being unearthed and placed on display in England, but there's only a theory those are the actual King and Queen. There are records of a King named Arthur who drove out the Saxons, but then you have to get into all that Mordred/French/Lancelot/Celtics/Saxons/Mordred Army killed Arthur, except there are tons of differing versions, so yeah. Don't bother trying to keep a strict timeline, just try to make the story medievally realistic.
| Guest chapter 20 . 4/28/2013
Melvin, Timmy, and Teether are so sweet. I liked the " You Have kids!?" joke. How old is Raven, precisely? I don't think the comics ever mentioned that.
| Guest chapter 16 . 4/28/2013
Nevermore was one of my favorite episodes ever! I'm so glad you watched it. Plus, being able to design your own mind is the best magic ever! Seriously, If I had that chance, I'd make a swimming pool, and an elegant castle, and a labyrinth filled with books on every corner...
| Guest chapter 10 . 4/28/2013
You have something wrong with the creation myth Time(Chronos) ate his six children because Promethus prophesied that a child of his would overthrow him. Except Rhea, Chronos' sister-wife, got angry that he'd swallowed his children whole, so she replaced the youngest one, Zeus, with a rock, and gave him to Chronos to swallow. Rhea hid Zeus, and when he was old enough, Zeus started an army full of all the people Chronos threw into Tartarus for not worshipping him. And Zeus sliced up his dad into five million pieces and threw them all into Tartarus. Same thing happened with Chronos' father Uranus(Sky) except Gaia(Earth) decided to hand her son a silver sickle and say "Kid, your dad's thrown all my kids into the pit of eternal torment because they weren't pretty enough. Go slice him up". Interestingly enough Aphrodite, goddess of love, was born from three drops of blood falling off a certain piece of Uranus' anatomy that Gaia requested be cut off. Hell hath no fury... And probably the Muses weren't too bad immortals. Goddesses of music and the arts, right.
| Guest chapter 7 . 4/28/2013
Technically, Malchior belongs to himself. Anyway, Rorek doesn't exist in present day, so his wishes are null and void. He owns nothing, and Raven owns Malchior's book, which Malchior's soul/spirit/uh what? happens to be enclosed within.
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/28/2013
If this were Facebook, I would Like this story. Nuff said.