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||[May. 23rd, 2013|08:09 pm]
Sorry for the delay in responding -- I've been out of town for a few weeks.
SUCH DELIGHT IN YOUR REVIEW. *ROLLS AROUND IN IT* Thank you so much for taking the time to say such fabulous things. <33
Worldbuilding -- yessss, we love world-building here. We have been known to spend literal hours discussing teeny minutia, just because. I'm really pleased the details are having the intended effect, and the world feels rich. :D
From Here On Out -- Katsuko and Raidou are SO FUN. I have yet more delight that they made you laugh, but you caught the underlying depth in their relationship, too. That's something that GM and I are hoping to expand on later.
Raidou does seem to have a penchant for inspiring trust into people
N'awww, that's fabulous to hear. <333 Glad you enjoyed the intro to him and Genma, too. It's a fresh new world with a new take on them both, and we're still finding our feet with these new versions of them. It's been an interesting challenge to get to know them again, and find out how they slot together as teammates.
Something that really caught my attention was the fact Raidou got as worried as he did during Kakashi’s jutsu trick.
Hah! Good catch. That's something that's going to come up again later.
Then, Ryouma punched Kakashi and didn’t lose a limb for it. The subtle changes in Kakashi’s character from FL to here is some of the most interesting, to me. He’s still very much Kakashi, but his personality seems a few shades lighter (though still full of depth, I have to say.)
Excellent! That's what I was hoping for. His background here is very different from Leaves (though Obito is still a constant), but there's significantly less trauma in his immediate past, which changes things quite a bit. And you're right -- his ability to hold a (semi) civil conversation is a big difference, and a positive step.
Heart-pounding -- EXCELLENT. :D
Genma and Raidou’s teamwork was flawless (when Genma was radioing back to base, all I could think was “He’s still mother-medic.” And it made me smile a lot.)
Additionally, I haven’t had any troubles following the POVs. When the action got heavy, I do recall taking a second to reread a sentence to keep myself on track, but nothing jarring. I have to say, the flow between all of your writing is seamless as far as I’m concerned: smooth and unbroken as a quiet creek, and it is a delight to read.
Oh good. That is splendid to hear. Thank you so much for saying so! This whole review was really delightful to read. Thank you so, so much for taking the time to share it. I really look forward to hearing any further thoughts you have. <333