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8/2/2010 c1 37Lady Of The Semicolons
Wow, my story got recommended... and it helped inspired this? I'm incredibly flattered.

I liked this. It does offer a plausible explanation of why Kuja spared Zidane when it would have been so easy to just dispose of him. I really liked the story" Zidane "read" and the fact that he asked Kuja for a bedtime story. Cute, yet also sad and a bit tragic.
6/30/2010 c1 12yamina-chan
A nice Story and well written. It also stays true and close to the characters personalitys. It's something that could have happened.

Also, for some reason it inspired me; gave me an idea for an other FF9 story.

I thank you for writing this and sharing it ^^
6/13/2010 c1 CClaret
This is absolutely beautiful. You are such a fantastic author, and I LOVE the way you portray Kuja & Zidane.

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. : )
3/30/2010 c1 12andersmilk
This is an exceptionally exquisite piece, and I'm rather glad I happened upon it. It brings a whole new unseen depth to one of my favourite Final Fantasy characters of all time.
1/13/2010 c1 19Anzer'ke
Utterly utterly beautiful, all that was left unsaid about them in the game is made perfect here.

You are quite amazing.

Peace out and Rock on,

1/6/2010 c1 25TheLadyPendragon
This is wonderful insight into Kuja's character and beautifully written. I like this deeper side of him. ^^ Grear job. Poor Kuja, though. D:
10/18/2009 c1 6Niwaki
10/9/2009 c1 44Lucrecia LeVrai
A beautifully written, touching story. I liked the subtle way in which you described Kuja's growing affection for Zidane.

*adds to C2*
10/9/2009 c1 13aragon asten
aww... pure love. I almost had tears at one point.
10/5/2009 c1 16Myshu
Huh, quite a handy little plot guide! Thanks for the link.

Anyway, I adore the way this was structured. You worked well to make the "six ways" theme fit, and at the end it had an ironic and beautiful twist. And every time it wasn't anything dramatic or overtly powerful that 'defeated' Kuja; it was always the little things.

Lots of good lines snuck in there, too, such as Kuja's correction about birthplaces and homes, the line about 'blood and flames', and Kuja's perfect characterization in the opening sentence.

Ahaha, Zidane 'reading' that book was priceless (ugh, how can kids be so aggravating AND cute at the same time?) The 'bedtime story' was the sweetest thing. You always have the neatest ficlet ideas.

A very nice diversion that ended on a poignant note!

Thanks for sharing.
10/5/2009 c1 Laguna Lionheart

*sniff, sniff*

So sad! Excellent writing, as usual!

(I'm in a bind, tho. I forgot my password!)
10/4/2009 c1 14Caitlyn-4479
This was so beautiful, I love how you've done it. I could really imagine that was exactly what happened when Kuja dropped Zidane on Gaia. Brilliant :D
10/4/2009 c1 2Lonely Citadel
Oh, this was beautiful, and tragic! I love it! And, yes, other than yours, Life on Terra is quite possibly one of the best FF9 fanfics out there.
10/4/2009 c1 2Ageant
I just wanted to leave a review telling you how much I loved this story. It adds a much deeper relationship between Kuja and Zidane and manages to interview into the ending without seeming forced. I applaud you. Great work!

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