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2/14/2021 c1 Guest
Division better do something to stop Percy because fighting against Ryan is a horrible mistake since. It is ironic since Ryan has created similar to Divison.
4/21/2018 c1 thatonecorellian
Funnily enough, I just finished reading the bear and the dragon again, I read this though, and begin to laugh, Ryan says he’ll call somebody, and I’ll be damned if that doesn’t mean Clark and or Chavez.
6/2/2016 c1 Talon5Krrde
More please!

This is the start of a very interesting story!
6/11/2014 c1 1OBSERVER01
Love this
12/17/2013 c1 31Eemas91
You know, this is so crazy that it's already awesome! XD Enjoyed reading it!

The Crossbow arc has always been my favorite Nikita arc :D
7/22/2013 c1 1Innoxious
I don't know if it's just me, or if it's because i haven't read the books in a while, but the following was fairly confusing/muddled to me, making me re-read it a few times to make sure i got it:
"However, following the murder of Jack's own VP and close friend Robbie Jackson during that his bid for election as the first black President by a white supremacist, Kealty had somehow managed to win the election; since Jackson had been running a good twenty points ahead in the polls, this had essentially been by dint of being the only noticeable candidate left, as all the other candidates had been pretty much in single figures."
-I don't know why i had so much trouble with it, my thought process went something like; why/how is he running for pres if he is Jacks' VP still? From your last paragraph Jack had only just become the President after the lawsuit thing so what happened to him? Then I kinda stumbled over 'the first black pres by a white supremacist' because i guess i was caught up in my earlier ponderings and forgot that back at the beginning you were referring to his murderer... Anyway, i hope you don't mind, and feel free to ignore it, but i went ahead and made a quick draft/changed it around to something a little more straightforward (for me anyway).

Following Jacks term, he endorsed his former VP and close friend Robbie Jackson in his bid for election as the first black president of the United States. President-elect Robbie Jackson was a good twenty points ahead in the polls, while his fellow candidates had just single digit approval ratings. Tragically, however, he was assassinated by a white supremacist essentially leaving Kealty, by dint of being the only noticeable candidate left, as the next President.
7/7/2013 c1 1Oloryn
Intereting start. I'm very interested in seeing what follows.
6/2/2013 c1 erik
A cracking good scene setter.
4/22/2013 c1 29Boris Yeltsin
Very interesting idea. Love your wiring stylke BTW.

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