Haunting and beautiful and sad all at once. I pity Gr√É∆í√ā¬≠ma, and I pity √É∆í√Ę‚ā¨¬įowyn for being haunted by him. Gr√É∆í√ā¬≠mais tragic, although he isn't blameless in being so. I can see the innocent, sweet game becoming a darker expression of Gr√É∆í√ā¬≠ma's desire for √É∆í√Ę‚ā¨¬įowyn, and it is chilling. Not to mention that your prose is spectacular - I highly enjoy the way you write. I have never heard of Edelweiss or R√É∆í√ā¬ľbezahl, but I would like to look them up now.
Author's Response: Yes, he is tragic... Thank you very much!
Ooh the irony! Such a lovely, innocent, beautiful story. Very sad in that it hints at what will come when the innocent fun fades with time and Shadow. Nicely written; I especially like the subtlety. Excellently done. I feel as though I must go read the original though, although I'm sure that I'll prefer this version. Quite beautiful.
Author's Response: Thank you! *bows*