|Reviews for Doom: Repercussions of Evil Repost|
| Shiny Silver Eevee chapter 1 . 3/10
ZOMG, BAST ENDING EVAR!
| What even chapter 1 . 1/22
YOU WILL BE KILL BY DEMONS
| Anonymous chapter 1 . 12/11/2013
| Fellblood Morgan chapter 1 . 12/5/2013
I'll break the mold and say this is bad, but it's so bad it's good. Of course, I may be the demons...
| ThanosofTitan chapter 1 . 11/5/2013
Nietzsche pales in comparison to this
| Joncis chapter 1 . 10/31/2013
Fucking priceless. "You are the demons" is such a perfectly bad way to end this.
| Random Guy chapter 1 . 8/29/2013
"But then the ceiling fell and they were trapped and not able to kill."
I really didn't see that one coming, the best fanfic plot twist ever!
| 6GunSally chapter 1 . 8/2/2013
I was floored by Joson's insight at the last...
You are the demons.
| crankyman7 chapter 1 . 7/27/2013
Truly the most profound work of fiction I have ever read. It's insights into the human condition are as deep as they are mesmerizing.
Until that memorable final moment, I had underestimated this work, considering it to be a mere piece of action adventure escapism. It was only then, when John became a zombie, that I realized the true genius of this piece. Peter Chimaera intended the demons that John Stalvern's war with the demons was a device that served as a symbolic representation of every man's struggle with his own inner demons. We as men push on, determined to crush all who stand in the way of our life's ambition. John Stalvern was this way. But clearly, he had a dark streak within him that he was determined to ignore. His father foresaw his son's being corrupted by his own inner darkness if he pushed ahead blindly, but alas! his son would not listen. John Stalvern was emotionally unprepared for the battle and in the moment of truth, his soul was laid bare as what it had become- black, vile, corrupt. John had become as evil as his foes, and his transformation into a zombie served thematically as a representation of his final, immutable transformation into a servant of evil.
John Stalvern's story is a warning to us all not to let ourselves be destroyed by our own flaws, but rather to combat them actively so as to be fully prepared when we are tested. This lesson cements this story's place in the canon of classic literature. Doom: Repercussions of Evil is a masterwork of the highest order, it's insights rivaling those of William Shakespeare, and it shall endure when all the cheap, worthless pulp novels sold in retail stores have been forgotten.
| WHEY chapter 1 . 7/18/2013
Well. Here we can conclude that there is a complicated story line with Immaculate detail provided to describe the personalities and backgrounds of these immersive and well constructed characters. Loljk it's shit. I mean what.
| Quicksilver chapter 1 . 7/1/2013
The Greatest fan fiction ever made. It has restored my faith in contemporary literature and humanity.
| Guest chapter 1 . 6/21/2013
| mertio23 chapter 1 . 6/9/2013
| The radio chapter 1 . 4/27/2013
No, John. You are the demons
| Boop-be-poop chapter 1 . 4/18/2013
Tv tropes sent me here.