Some memories aren't lost forever; they simply become part of the background.
That was beautiful. Thank you for this wonderful fic. Favorited, Watched, Everything. Well done sir or madam. Well done.
I like it. A very serious and well-crafted story springing from a common, everyday item that most people forget was even there. Clever. This was a really touching story. Congrats.
This was very well done. I noticed a few typos here and there, but overall, I found it to be an enjoyable experience. Your characters were spot on, the character arc was wonderful, and it had very real emotions running through it. In other words, well done.
Poor Dashie. Fantastic story.
Never have I expected a story with that title. *upvote*
That was an insanely touching story. Thanks for that.
Awesome. That about sums it up.
Came for the pun.
Stayed for the feels.
Very emotional, very heartwarming, and spot-on characterization. Thank you for writing this.
This was beautiful. I'm not sure what I expected coming into this one but it certainly wasn't you playing my heartstrings like a guitar. Feel good man tears were shed. excellent work my friend.
Its... its beautiful. *snif*
Wow, I mean just wow. This is beautiful. This made me cry. More than when Chopper died in AC5. More than those ASPCA commercials. I loved this so much. This is true art. I still find it amazing that simple words on a screen, arranged in such a meaningful way, can cause one to well up with emotion, and not fear to let it out.
As a source of light humor, if you search manly tears have been shed into google images, it's half pony pics.
Wow. Bravo. Just.... Bravo...
That was beautiful.
Fuck, I'm about to cry... MEN DO NOT CRY... M-Men do not... *weeping and sobbing*
I thought this was going to be a My Little Dashie spinoff, but this was much better.
Also I'm pretty sure there's a thing called a "walk" for horses. It's slower than a trot.
That was beautiful. This is just as sad as My Little Dashie. Bravo!
This was a fantastic story! Well done!
>>931652931652 More than when Chopper died in AC5?! HOLY SHIT! I gotta read this!
See for yourself. And find a box of tissues. And a towel.
Chopper's death made me wipe out every last Yuke in that mission. WITH ONLY THE GUN!!
I was soo pissed! Chopper made up about 80% of the radio chatter during missions and when he died, all of the missions afterward were all quiet and felt like it was missing something. That's why I was equally pissed to find out that Osea never finished the invasion. At that point, I didn't care.
Should have taken Cinigrad...
That's all I have to say about that.
So if that game could do that to me, then I wonder what this story brings to the table. I can't read right now, I'm on my lunch hour but I'll get to it.
Without your comment, I probably would've just bypassed this story...just saying.
Thanks, I feel the same way. I actually threw my controller and broke my TV the first time I played. Still get the feels after playing it for the 45th time. That game has the feels man. I've actually tried to put my plane under his more than once to see if anything changed...It didn't help. Have a nice lunch!
I got sad when some people mention AC/MLP crossovers because Rainbow Dash is my favorite and she reminds me of Chopper. Their personalities are very similar if you think about it. By the way, I suggest that you read some of those crossovers here.
There are 2 of them are are awesome and unfinished. Both of them have the same amount of chapters and are both at the same part in the story. Almost like twins but the authors have never met. That's pretty funny if you ask me.
And by the way, the musical scores in that game and the briefings were top notch.
Both briefing songs, Wardog (the song), Ice Cage, First Flight, Scinfaxi, and The Unsung War were my favorite.
Hell yes! Music makes the scene, plus it helps you ignore the boring process of flying long distances on escort and recon missions. Personally, I liked some of the music in AC4 batter, namely Agnus Dei (Megalith).
The way you used the fan reminded me of "Pinkie Pie Watches Paint Dry" except that this was more serious. I loved it, very emotional. Didn't cry, but came damn close and this is a memorable story for sure.
You know how people give their stuff names? Dashie should name her fan.
Number One Fan?