lol, gandalf and dumbledore are both there, but saruman becomes tyrannus Report Review
Well...I'm impressed. This was interesting and it made me laugh. However, I did find a hole that I don't think has been addressed yet. Saruman the White became Saruman the Many-colored in the books. You did an awesome job of blending the stories!!! Report Review
I rather loved this story. It was remarkably well written and didn't seem forced at all. Report Review
us again! yes, it would seem that a dead Saruman becoming darth Tyrranus would pose a bit of a problem. BUT: Saruman is a maia, and they have been known to be "sent back" by the valar(powers that be) OR he may just have sneaked out of the after life, and come back to torment Middle Earth another day. Report Review
THIS. IS. EPIC. but dumbledore shouldnt have obliviated mace and yoda. doesnt fit the story. other than that, its great! From the self-proclamed queens of little known LOTR trivia, there is nothing , and we mean abosoloutly NOTHING wrong with the LOTR part of the story,Star wars ,aaahh, lets say it's not our strong piont , so we can't judge you on that. For HP ONLY Dumbledore was slightly out of character. All the villains were in character though, which is really what matters anyway. VILLAINS ARE AWESOME! Report Review
As a true Geek, I find that this was an entertaining fic.
I must say however;
1 Saruman is dead, killed by Wormtongue. Of course the movie leaves this most important factor out.
2 The Sith have a rule called the Rule of Two(one master and one apprentice). You don't have two possible apprentices, you have 3 (Maul is here too)
These are the only other complaints that were not fully answered (IMOHO) Report Review
Wow cool story
very original but it worked well
Check mine out plz
Higgins Report Review
So Voldemort can't apparate from Eastern Europe to England, but he can make it from Earth to a galaxy far far away? Also, Star Wars is set "A long long time ago" and it was released in the seventies, OOTP takes place in the mid nineties, there's hole #2.
Here's #3, Saruman was removed from his position of leader of the Order in Two Towers. Another thing, a Sith Lord is said to only have one apprentice at a time, yet in about a day Palpatine manages to go through three. And, hole #5, Yoda knew Darth Tyrannus, he used to be a Jedi. If there are any flaws in my logic I invite you, or anyone else to show them. But until then I shall laugh at your pitiful knowledge of Star Wars.
Other than the flaws, the story was fairly well written with only a few errors and none of them were that bad.
So, to sum up, kudos on the writing, but shame on the Star Wars plot lines.Author's Response: Very good; i'm glad you've looked at it with such depth. Points 1,4, and 5 are simply 'fuzzy' areas, however: Rowling never held down the limits of Apparation to rules too strict (not to mention Voldemort had a tendency of destroying previous impossiblities in the Wizarding world); a Sith Lord is recommended to have only one apprentence, but Sidious was always looking for someone better to replace his most current one; we never said Yoda didn't know Saruman/Tyrannus (if anything we point at it as he knows Gandalf from times previous), but in AOTC he was clearly surprised to find him a Sith.
Now, as far as #3 goes, a Wizard's power is in his staff. Gandalf removed Saruman from head of the Order, but here he says he's the 'Self-proclaimed leader', meaning Saruman goes by the title simply on his own basis.
Your second point is clearly very true. None of these stories are in the same time period -- LOTR and SW possibly, but HP is way off. However, because that hole is so obvious, we assumed people would by-pass it as a criteria to avoid any sort of time traveling wizards, or something similar.
But still, i'm glad you liked it. Also, my SW knowledge goes a little further than it may seem, haha. Report Review
Not bad...could use a little more detail on the battle parts of it. It read a little too quickly.
Nicely written Report Review
Very,Very,Very,Very,Very good, You are very good.COOL! Report Review
is vader ever gonna come in??? haha i'm a big star wars geeky fan. hahaha no offense. this looks interesting...Author's Response: Haha, no, this is before the first SW movie. But I do sort of foreshadow Vader killing Sidious by what Gandalf says about trusting your apprentice (I don't know if that counts). Thanks, i'm glad it intrigues you. Report Review
Wow. That was interesting I could never have thought of such a consept. Where was harry??Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. But Harry is, unfortunately still in school (it takes place during the 5th book). And he isn't told anything because he's sort of shunned from any Order activity in that book. Report Review
I love it. fear the following dark and the summoning dark. mr.shine, him diamond. what is a Black Ribboner - are they still vampires? are we defined by what we eat? drink, she hissed in correction. is it good or not - less death all around, but how do you define yourself? what about the old-style ones who lived basically ok w/ humans. but the situation has changed.Author's Response: Haha. Well, thanks for the comment. :) Report Review
nice! i liked it =D its perfect cause my three favorite movies/books just happen to be lotr,harry potter, and star wars!
thanks for doing this! great job =D although it might have been a tad better if it had had more lupin and sirius in it! but just a sujestion...
again, awesome. 100/100
~EstellAuthor's Response: Thanks. And i agree; i think I got a little too far into Legolas and Maul that at the end of it I had no time for the Deatheaters and the Order before going to back to Dumbledore. So I might consider adding onto it. Report Review
Just the name of this makes me smile. Anyway, I liked how it was able to fit into all the stories - I didn't detect any holes. cool!Author's Response: That's good. I really tried to make it so that it followed all three stories perfectly (that is, without changing what actually happens in any of them). I'm pretty sure I didn't miss anything. Report Review
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