Description: Spike seeks consolation in the stars, only to also find it in another gala-goer.
Highly interesting.You gave me a delicious taste and left me begging for more. Good job.I don't really have anything bad to say about this fic. Maybe someone else will, but for me, I highly enjoyed it.Thank you for the read Chistery.
It reminds me just a bit of the Piper at the Gates of Dawn. It's an experience; I'm not sure I entirely understand it. I'm not sure I'm supposed to entirely understand it. I enjoyed it.
I think the ideas were too large for the work; it didn't do itself justice. Still an extremely good read, though.
The beginning was a bit odd, Spike looking for booze? The dragon first comes off as an elitist of sorts joking about how a dragon can be friends with a pony while inexplicably attending one of the largest gatherings of ponies in existence. It was well written and the ideas were good but I don't think it quite came together, interesting read regardless.
Good read, I must say that the Red One seemed oddly familiar to me.
This was...I don't know what to say actually. The writing, the character of The Red One, it was all almost Tolkien-like. Take that as you will.
@BrianI tried to write just a strange encounter for Spike, with an all-too-old dragon. It turned into this, and I'm still not certain how much content I should tack on.If you want to know the vein I was thinking in, look up the short story "Promises Kept, Promises Broken."
As much crap as Spike has to put up with, it's nice to see a story where he isn't so alone in the world. It's an engaging concept that deserves expanding upon.
This was... very, very good. Exquisite, even, I'd say.More, please?
I really enjoyed reading this. Incredibly well-written. Good job.
Eh, I like the themes and descriptions in this story, but the writing stumbles over itself at times. The beginning and end don't feel like they belong to the rest of the story; that took me out of the story, and it was hard for me to get back in.'Sides that, I enjoyed it.
Life is short, so pop up your collar and party like it's 1999. Again.Also you once more transport my sense with your delicately detailed descriptions.
Great short story. Loved it!