|Reviews for Borderlands 2: The Series|
| WitchL0v3r chapter 20 . 3/2
I...I almost cried.
| WitchL0v3r chapter 19 . 3/1
Brick... ; ;
| WitchL0v3r chapter 7 . 2/28
| Zimexus chapter 20 . 2/18
This was a fantastic story. Suspense, death, plot twists, and the occasional humor from the vault hunters. The chapters were long and always left me wanting more. And I think that you set up the ending for a sequel. So please do that. Please. Do. It.
| Marceos chapter 20 . 2/10
Very impressive story, and an enjoyable ending. Will it continue with a new storyteller (since Marcus can only pull so much out of his ass, lol) or will it be left open to interpretation? That's the beauty of endings like these, and I'm glad I found this story :)
| Captiosus chapter 20 . 2/9
An enjoyable read, and an impressive ending.
| WolfNoise chapter 20 . 2/9
AWESOME ENDING! I loved this story but part at the end with Marcus kinda confused me. Anyone care to shed some light? Also confused about why it went back to before jack died.
| Lord Revan Flame chapter 20 . 2/9
I love this story so much
There's a sequel right?
Please have a sequel!
| BlandGardener chapter 19 . 1/15
Oh guys, if you interested I started a poll on my profile asking which Borderlands character you thought was best represented in my story. I thought it would be fun to see where some people stood and I was just curious what some people thought.
| InvincibleBearsRapingChurches chapter 18 . 1/3
You should totally do a zer0 face reveal. Even if its like his mask gets broken in battle or something.
| muSU1 chapter 18 . 1/1
Awesome! Keep at it.
| muSU1 chapter 17 . 1/1
Awesome action packed chapter cant wait to read next one. Uy
| muSU1 chapter 7 . 12/7/2013
Brilliant story. Keep at it.
| Golden Gecko chapter 6 . 11/30/2013
I have to say, I am amazed at how many sub-plots you've got going here. I like all of them too. I've actually lost count.
I didn't like the near total absence of violence and action in this episode though. A little bit of fighting would have been nice. Even if it was just a random scrap with a few bandits or something. It wouldn't have done much for the story but I still think one should have been somewhere.
My favorite part has to be the introduction of the vet. It always nice to see somebody sticking up for the creatures of Pandora. Even though they are killers, I think its lost on many people they are about the most innocent things on Pandora... Pandora being what it is.
I'm just wondering when Sir Hammerlock is coming in to this. I'm sure when he does, it'll be awesome.
| Golden Gecko chapter 4 . 11/25/2013
Ah, good. Finally got through the very first episode. Now I can give a proper review.
So here's some of the things I noticed that were not so spectacular. (Yes, I used that word for a reason.) Some of the grammar to me is a little offset but, around here on FF, who's isn't? Next, I think the big action scene you had in part 3 of Episode 1 was a bit choppy and not very well formulated. While written very well, it seemed not to flow. That might be because of the lines and the way you sectioned it off. One paragraph did not flow into another. It would have been nice to see the word 'meanwhile' or, better yet, some spacial awareness. Such as describing the particular spot the action was taking place aside from another battle. That way you didn't have to use lines and the reader could just take it all in, giving a much more overwhelming experience.
Now, with all that said, those minor complaints are the only things I saw wrong with any of this true gem! All the characters; all of them, were captured to the letter. I was thrilled to see that you had captured the BL2 hunters' personalities so astutely. Not only that, but the side characters as well. The only one I think that was a bit off was Scooter. Not terribly but I just don't think you had him "dumb" enough. That's a personal take though. The addition of intros was also very crafty and the words you used... I don't think I have seen better in BL fics. You truly outdid yourself on those. I laughed and smiled at each and every one. I could also go on-and-on about how well each character interacts with the other and how they react to the story unfolding.
Speaking of story, you kept me intrigued throughout. Not only having another vault, apparently underwater; which drives my mind to dark, Chuthulian places, but also this new Hyperion. One much more organized and with a more common, attainable goal: Get off Pandora! That, to me, brings up a whole stew of wonderful, 3-dimensional villainy. Won't go too far into that as I want to see how the story folds out on its own. I love the way you also handle exposition. Exposition is a very hard thing to control. Much like description it has a will all its own. You don't want to bog the story down with it but, at the same time, you don't want to undercut it either. You want to give just the right amount so that the reader can stay glued to the coming reveal or the upcoming fight or twist.
In conclusion, if there was ever a BL2 series, this would have to be it. So far, it has been a joy to read and a thrill to see a good, continuing series on the Borderlands of Pandora. I think this goes without saying but keep it up. Your character building and story structure are all marvelous and I cannot wait to read the rest.
By the way, if I may make a suggestion. Start naming your episodes. Its helpful for both reader and writer. It acts as a point of reference. The parts are okay to stay numbered. In fact, parts need to be numbered but the episodes need some titles. So, later on down the road, you're not saying to yourself, "Ah! What happen in episode 28?!" You can say, "Oh yeah Episode 28: Rabid Skags. That's where Brick got a new skag puppy." A title helps in the memory department a bunch and the reader can also remember a little better too. So, if they stop reading, for whatever reason, they can come back and go back to a point in the story where they might remember an episode. In short, it puts faces to the ever-developing story.