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Author: Lau-ra Anu
Date posted: 8/27/2002 8:25:44 AM
Lau-ra Anu's Comments:

Excellent!!! Very well done, and a great idea!

Author: JediJizz
Date posted: 8/27/2002 8:32:37 AM
JediJizz's Comments:

I think that this is really well written and manages to maintain interest through the unique style in which it is written. This is a really nice piece of FanFiction.

Author: Clutch D'Rofab
Date posted: 8/27/2002 10:04:11 AM
Clutch D'Rofab's Comments:

This was a lot of fun to read. Just one small item, I don't think the Jedi Temple was ever referred to as the Jedi Academy on Coruscant.

Author: BarrissOffee
Date posted: 8/29/2002 9:09:23 AM
BarrissOffee's Comments:

Not bad at all, I think there should have been alittle more Jedi stuff in there, but pretty good over all.

Author: Jenos  (signed)
Date posted: 8/29/2002 11:47:39 PM
Jenos's Comments:

This was pretty nice...even down to the "click here"s...although it sorta ended a bit abruptly for my liking, it really needed to be padded out a little bit more. Still good stuff, though.

Author: ferret
Date posted: 8/30/2002 9:21:47 AM
ferret's Comments:

good story! I liked it a lot.

Author: Shane
Date posted: 8/31/2002 9:07:06 PM
Shane's Comments:

Good story. I particularly enjoyed the parts I wrote.

Author: JediMaster41589
Date posted: 9/15/2002 1:47:46 PM
JediMaster41589's Comments:

excellent story. Well written from the media POV

Author: Kitt
Date posted: 9/18/2002 1:56:29 AM
Kitt's Comments:

A good read, I enjoyed the 'Citizen Kane'ish style. It's always fun to read something a little different.

Author: Nova
Date posted: 11/7/2002 8:40:15 AM
Nova's Comments:

I didn't understand why the Jedi weren't JUMPING to go to New Maadrik. I thought that they were trying to get more Jedi to help keep peace and order, and, judging by The Fight For Truth," that one Jedi Apprentice book, they would go just about anywhere to scoop up Jedi recruits. And how can this baby not have Force potential when he uses telepathy, telekinesis, etc.? Good format, but a lot of plot holes.

Author: Jedishampoo
Date posted: 11/7/2002 9:03:19 AM
Jedishampoo's Comments:

Thanks for your insightful comments, Nova. Ooh, I finally get to use my own comments forum for a reply.

1- the Jedi didn't necessarily know about the baby, because the bureaucracy between them and New Maadrik (still not a member of the Republic) didn't inform them. They were busy with their own Jedi-ish concerns.

2- Hmmm...I still haven't decided if the child did indeed display telepathy and telekinesis, or if that was a delusion of the parents and family, blown out of proportion and taken by the New Maadrikans as a crusade because of the tensions surrounding joining the Republic. And maybe the baby was indeed Force-sensitive, but Qui-Gon lied because it would have been unfair to the child to bring it to the Jedi temple under those circumstances. Who knows? I don't. :)

Author: Aunecah_Skywalker  (signed)
Date posted: 12/27/2002 9:17:08 PM
Aunecah_Skywalker's Comments:

Wonderful. I absolutely hate writing newspaper clippings or other such journalistic articles because I'm terrible at them, and you have me fully in awe. It felt as if I was really reading this from a newspaper (newspad).


Author: Destiny
Date posted: 12/28/2002 1:51:21 AM
Destiny's Comments:

This was a very well-written story. It was written with a humourous intent, and it succeeded very nicely. I think the funniest line in the whole story was in the letter that Chancellor Valorum sent Mace Windu, just after he expresses his fear that the frenzied press may cast a shadow over the Republic's intent:

"This makes me unhappy.
I ask you, Mace Windu..."

You can just feel this poor chancellor's desperation as he watches a seemingly simple problem spiral into something infinitely more complex and "headache-inducing", to quote the brilliant author of "The angels of Lego".

Author: SudenKäpälä  (signed)
Date posted: 2/9/2003 7:35:15 AM
SudenKäpälä's Comments:

Hihi... i'm not really into these kind of (humour) fics, but i read this one a few days ago and it was *quite* hilarious! ;-) very original concept, and of course very funny.

Author: Kyia Kenobi
Date posted: 6/5/2003 6:33:59 AM
Kyia Kenobi's Comments:

Ohhhh really good idea and well written!!!!!!

Author: DarthIshtar  (signed)
Date posted: 4/30/2005 12:16:51 AM
DarthIshtar's Comments:

I KNEW IT! that was hilarious!

Author: JediRogue
Date posted: 6/28/2005 11:17:23 PM
JediRogue's Comments:

Very, very clever! I am in awe of your creative genius...

I loved Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan's reaction to the media!

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