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Reviewer: M C Pehrson Signed [Report This]
Date: 24 Mar 2015 07:13 Title: Valdyr

Lovely, forceful prose. You have a wonderful grasp of the Kiingon mindset. And I loved the way Valdyr acknowledged her uncle's mentoring. "...Without him I would be nothing."



Author's Response: thank you most kindly. Sometimes my Klingon (and Vulcan) speech gets stricken by Star Wars prequel speak (what someone called weird Chinese/syntax stuff). But Klingons are high opera, high drama so it sort of figures I suppose. thanks again for your comments. :)

Reviewer: jespah Signed [Report This]
Date: 24 Mar 2015 05:17 Title: Valdyr

Ah, he did right by her, Kamarag did. And so did Kor, I suppose. Valdyr was thrown into the deep end by Kamarag, but to be accompanied by Kor meant that there was some endorsement to her mission to Earth. The chancellor, too, saw it as a good idea, The need to survive can squelch pride (or at least it should). Directly due to her actions, the people of Q'uonos live to fight another day.



Author's Response: Yes, I dare say I give Valdyr much more credit than most but the early/mid-24th Century always feel murky. That era of the Enterprises B & C. Had to think on the fly what she could do and I figured that Kor would be about. DS9 said he was ambassador to Vulcan at some point, I assumed he would carry some weight. My thanks for reading :)

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