I love this story, amazing plot. God, the "Into the Fire and UnCanon" chapters can make one's eyes bleed.
I'm still at chapter 31; by the way, ten points for me yay! I knew it was a Vorlon, I am a huge Babylon 5 fan.
“Cheers!” Lister cried out: From Red Dwarf?
Just read chapter 31, I have seen the Lister note, sorry
As always this story is amazing, I have been waiting for a new chapter. I supposse this chapter take us closer to a very special point, when Imrahil meet Loti: Will he recognize her and how will he react if he does? Faramir reaction is a good preview of that.
Eowyn character is incredibly well developed even in just her first appearence. It reflects a woman used to give orders and she won't take shit from no one. Aragorn is a curious type, somehow awkward but I like him. And Eomer, Loti and the rohirrim as always are simply authentic.
I am not sure if this is my first review, I found this story when there was a lot of chapters already written and at that moment I read it. Either way from now on I will leave a review for each chapter. I hope to see a new one soon, please do not leave this incomplete.
PS: Sorry about my english, I am from Spain.
Author's Response: Well, hello! Your english is very good, so don't worry. I know Americans who write worse!I'm still writing but the next chapter needs to be carefully plotted since we're meeting several new people and setting up some minor plot points, so it's kind of been a chore. Eowyn is actually exhausting to write. She's so domineering, she just demands the attention in every scene. Aragron is so stiff in the books. Almost a charicature. Frankly, I don't even know what his motavation is. The movie version of Aragorn is compelling. the book version is not. Purists don't like to hear that but it's true. We won't meet Imrahil for a while and I think people will be upset with that. When we do meet him it will be dramatic. We will meet Amrothos in the flesh though. I'm not sure if people will like him or not.