Date posted: 7/31/2007 4:21:45 AM
Date posted: 8/2/2007 6:21:57 PM
Very good! I can so imagine Quigon doing that sort of thing!
Author: Loves Anakin
Date posted: 8/7/2007 8:08:04 PM
Loves Anakin's Comments:
I can see Qui-Gon doing something like this, but what I can't see is Dooku putting up with it.
Date posted: 9/8/2007 1:38:56 PM
Date posted: 9/10/2007 6:37:38 PM
Wonderful! You captured the essence of Qui-Gon (though I too have doubts that Dooku would have put up with the "pets".)
Date posted: 9/15/2007 6:03:54 AM
Oh, this was good! I'd really like the story to be longer, with more story line.
Merely as an idea, I always thought Gui Gon liked pets, what other reason would there be for making a big, noisy and somewhat messy collection of Kenobi-Binks-Amidala-Skywalker?
Date posted: 9/30/2007 12:34:39 PM
You know this story makes me smile.
I like Dooku's rationales (rationalizations?) and how they suggest that he's not really that sorry to find a reason to give in. Considering he tamed (okay, mind-controlled) a greater krayt dragon as a Sith, I wonder if his tastes in animal companionship had changed or if he leaned toward the large and dangerous already -- maybe he would have been fine communing with the rancor if there had been room? ;)
Date posted: 4/18/2008 5:33:11 PM
Well I don't know what Dooku would do with all those critters, but I know I enjoyed the story greatly. Well done :)
Date posted: 8/20/2011 8:46:53 PM
Very well done. I'm not sure why some can't imagine Dooku allowing Qui-Gon to keep the pets; when I read this story, I saw a well-characterized Dooku decades before he became a Sith Lord. He felt like a younger, Jedi version of Dooku.
And of course, that's just spot-on for a Padawan Qui-Gon.