|Reviews for The Hero Who Loved Me|
| CN7 chapter 6 . 10/21/2013
| CN7 chapter 4 . 10/21/2013
Hahahaha "probing Uranus"
| CN7 chapter 3 . 10/21/2013
This was such an interesting dip into Miranda and Oriana's past. I love how you demonstrated her escape, and her overwhelming confidence when she spoke to the Illusive Man-one of the most powerful humans in the galaxy no doubt. Every sentence of this chapter kept me on my toes. And their reunion was spectacular. Haha Oriana got all flustered.
| CN7 chapter 2 . 10/21/2013
I love the tone of voice you use as Miranda dictates the events. It's just so...her. And oh my gosh the part with the hammerhead! I'm dying!
| warfolomei chapter 4 . 8/10/2013
This was... interesting. Long space travel does affect the mind apparently.
| warfolomei chapter 3 . 8/10/2013
Very well done, especially the flashbacks fitting with what we know about her. That family reunion seemed to be beyond awkward. Only Jack is missing from the picture now.
| warfolomei chapter 2 . 8/10/2013
That last bit about hammering everyone... was very entertaining.
| warfolomei chapter 1 . 8/10/2013
This is actually quite good. Some new ideas and insight into already familiar setting. I even like her innervoice, which was always a major problem in other works. Let's see if you can keep this up.
| Meshakhad chapter 7 . 7/9/2013
I just read the whole fic in one go.
It was beautiful.
| O-Mega Lead chapter 7 . 6/26/2013
I really enjoyed this fic; especially bringing to light and bringing up the klepto nature that Shepard shows. When playing through, I always went out of my way to poke around and look for things once I got into it; I just never considered if from an outsider's perspective, nor the constant talking to crew members. I found myself laughing quite a bit at Shepard and Grunt's gung-ho charging of all the geth and in general, I found this to be a very enjoyable story. I was even surprised at the annotations. I generally hate them for destroying continuity (having a marked, emboldened number in the middle of standardized text has that effect), but for the most part (besides the songs-on all levels), they added to the story. Especially this chapter's (12). That showed the character development, and showed a marked difference from her early days, both Lazarus and the 'then' segments of Ori's rescue. Which brings up the other small misgiving I had: I wished for a bit more character development, as far as Miranda's mind, especially since it was from her viewpoint. There were huge gaps where large leaps were made. Not all that bad generally (writing everything would be boring, but in one or two cases, it seemed more like to get to the end and finish the story rather than as a normal or natural break, and I thought a bit more development or explanation would have improved this. Regardless, I enjoyed this story a lot, as well as the chapter titles (hinting at the problems as challenges to be faced and overcome). Easily a 9/10, if not better (but I'm too lazy to get into decimals). Will definitely have to take a look at more of your work sometime. :) Excellent job.
| Guest chapter 7 . 6/15/2013
An idea for a title for the sequel to this that you should totally write:
"The Hero I Loved".
| NarwhalWarlord chapter 7 . 4/13/2013
This the end?
| Rathias chapter 7 . 3/5/2013
| Sithslayer69 chapter 1 . 3/3/2013
Nice easter egg from Star Trek. Data's creator.
| Guest chapter 7 . 2/10/2013
So I'm of the opinion that instead of "The Hero Who Loved Me" being 'complete' it should be continued with your writing of Miranda's take on "Lair of the Shadow Broker", "Arrival", and Mass Effect 3. For you see, your writing of Miranda's take on Mass Effect 2 was awesome. Therefore, a continuation would surely also be awesome.