Date posted: 7/16/2001 10:31:25 PM
I thought this was a great character study of Veers. Hard as nails and very devoted to his ideals.
Date posted: 7/18/2001 9:04:10 AM
I thought your story was well written. The only negative comment I have about it is that the Alliance probably was not in control of Coruscant during the timeframe of your story, so I don't think they'd want to ship Veers to Imperial Center. But other than that, very good! :-)
Date posted: 7/18/2001 8:11:44 PM
I really liked you use of imagery,I admire your writing style
Date posted: 7/21/2001 6:24:20 PM
nice short piece, well written, might i add. Just a few arguable deatils regarding the continuity but otherwise great.
Date posted: 7/25/2001 7:36:05 AM
The writing style was quite good, but I didn't think it was very interesting. It seemed to me it was just a circular argument where Leia was trying to be diplomatic and Veers was being stubborn. There wasn't much development (which I guess is the point) and nothing much really happened.
Author: Belle Bayard
Date posted: 7/28/2001 3:23:57 AM
Belle Bayard's Comments:
Excellent story with outstanding charactization. Always rather admired Veers for his loyalty to the Empire, misplaced or not. Despite his reaction to Vader's unmasked head (even the back of it), he managed to maintain his professionalism and I can see him just as unyielding as this.
Date posted: 7/29/2001 7:04:18 PM
Very well written. An accurate, in my opinion, portrayal of a very committed soldier of the Empire.
Date posted: 8/7/2001 10:55:46 PM
Umm, Belle ... that was *Piett* who saw Vader's head, not Veers ...
Author: Sam McConnell
Date posted: 8/21/2001 10:43:18 AM
Sam McConnell's Comments:
I loved how realistic Veers was. I could realy see into his mind. I also liked how he refused. It was all very interresting.
Date posted: 9/19/2001 1:56:19 PM
it is a nice story.i liked it `cause Veers is one of my favourite impies.glad to see he survived.i think it would also be good if you write what happend to him later. was he executed,gone to fight on Thrawn`s side, defected...
keep up the good work!
Author: Rogue 8
Date posted: 9/19/2001 7:47:23 PM
Rogue 8's Comments:
possibly the best fanfic out there!
Date posted: 10/11/2001 10:07:27 AM
A great story involving two of my favourite characters in the SW universe.
Can you do more with Veers ?. I think you've got a great grasp on him, similar to Zahn's grasp on Grand Admiral Thrawn.
Well done, :)
Author: Impyrial Scrybe
Date posted: 2/12/2002 9:57:49 PM
Impyrial Scrybe's Comments:
This story is a fine portrayal of the true strength of the Imperial character.
Date posted: 4/28/2002 9:14:52 AM
Nice to see one of the few Imperials who was good at his job stand by his princaples...your Good Inari
Author: Helen Vader
Date posted: 5/19/2002 8:52:49 AM
Helen Vader's Comments:
I'm absolutely in love with this story! A very impressive portrayal of an Imperial officer. Cold, hard and dedicated to what he thinks is the right cause. A worthy adversary, somebody we can respect even if we don't agree with his views. And how I like your writing style... A wonderful job, I'm so glad that you've written this!
Date posted: 7/13/2002 5:13:57 AM
This wasn't bad, but was far from excellent in my opinion. The story was well told and the characterization of Veers was well done, but it was much too short and nothing really happened. Not a bad story though.
Date posted: 7/15/2002 5:32:21 PM
Umm, Belle ... that was *Piett* who saw Vader's head, not Veers ... <<
Actually, it wasn't Piett either. Piett's eyes are slightly sunken in. The officer's who saw Vader's head, weren't. It has to either be Piett's second in command or General Veers. My bets on General Veers. No way Piett could run back to the bridge and be next to Ozzel in the time Vader dismissed the officer and called up Ozzel. Originally though, it was suppose to be Piett who saw, according to Lucas.
Anyway, Inari you know what I think of this ficcy. You know I want to know what happens next and I'm certain everyone above me wants to know what happens next.
Inari Icewalker, whom I've had the greatest honor to read more of her fics, portrays her Imperial characters enviously well. Whether it be Grand Admrial Thrawn, Grand Moff Tarkin, or General Veers. She knows how to make these characters stand out, make you love them or hate them, and wish you could do the same with yours.
My hats off to you, Inari! *salutes*
Date posted: 8/1/2002 8:05:38 AM
It's been one year now since I submitted this fiction, and I just wanted to stop in and thank all of those who have read it, and left comments for me. Feedback is extremely helpful, and it helps me get ready to write Part 2.
Thanks to everyone for the support and encouragement!
Date posted: 5/3/2004 6:59:17 PM
Veers is one of my favorite charecters in Star Wars(along with Piett).I really Enjoyed this fanfic.I always wandered what happened to Veers after TESB.Anyway,keep writeing!
Date posted: 8/6/2004 11:46:37 AM
A nice, short, portrayal of Gen. Veers. Veers has always reminded me of Caesar before he marched on Rome.
Author: Jason the Wookie
Date posted: 9/7/2005 10:22:45 PM
Jason the Wookie's Comments:
I liked it, the detailed discriptions paint a vividly real series of events in ones mind.
Date posted: 11/26/2007 7:44:49 PM
>Actually, it wasn't Piett either. Piett's eyes are >slightly sunken in. The officer's who saw Vader's >head, weren't. It has to either be Piett's second in >command or General Veers. My bets on General Veers.
Did anyone here actually watch the same movie I watched?
It's Piett who saw Vader's scarred up head. Good grief.