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Review:water_lily43175 says:
...yeah, again I find it weird that Jennifer is 'Riley' in the narrative when it's her point of view, especially given that Katie is referred to as Katie.

Whoa ... the whole keeping count of defeats thing? I kid you not, I have that same type of thing in my first war fic. Except that captures are rewarded more than deaths. That is so freaky, haha. Great minds think alike?

Ack. I knew I had a bad feeling about Wilson's family!

That's ACTUALLY horrendous.

Thanatos ... he is INCREDIBLY deep! To the point that it's almost ridiculous, except it's NOT. And I LOVE that he's so complex. Even the fact that he recognises killing is evil, is something. I mean, all Death Eaters see killing as necessary, but I guess in different ways, and this is the far more restrained approach, but even then I just love that he's got that depth! I mean, he's far from perfect; he's a Death Eater, he kills people without too much of a problem, but ... yeah. It's too easy to make all Death Eaters the same, to make them all Bellatrix-like, so yeah, I love his character, in an odd way.

Author's Response: ...why IS Katie referred to as Katie here? Why did I do that? Maybe because she's Katie in the books so it seemed weird to... I don't know what I was thinking.

I got the idea of the 'kill count' thing from WW2 (and later, but that's where the idea came from) pilots keeping track of their kills. And a little bit from a scene in Battlestar Galactica where pilots have an argument about the idea. But it's such a cool idea, so we totally cool people should totally harvest it. I wish I'd devoted more time in this to the issue of the Lions killing people, but I could probably write a whole story about the Lions and I can come back to the topic later.

I am... not GLAD this scene is horrendous. But it's definitely the most horrid thing I've written, so it ought to hit hard, and so it is good I have succeeded in that.

Thanatos is deep. And a hypocrite. And evil. I am glad that he's compelling, though!

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