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Xanfor

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« Reply #40 on: 06-11-2006 16:20 »
« Last Edit on: 08-04-2006 00:00 »

Ok, everyone, I'm back, and this time, I'm axing not what I can do for you, but rather, what can you do for me. People are saying this is a fairly good fanfic, but what I want to know is what makes it a good fanfic. I did what I think is a very good job on this one and I don't want to spoil it by writing a bad sequel. Any tips?

Xanfor: Now all of you: Get lost.
PEEL: Aww...
(Silence)
(PEEL walks away sadly)
(Pause)
Xanfor: *sigh*
PEEL: Yay!
Xanfor: Wha-!?
(PEEL jumps on Xanfor)
Xanfor: Ahh! Stop! It's my 20th TOTPD! Get off! I hate you! I hate you all!

Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #41 on: 06-11-2006 17:41 »

Well, the original storyline, the characters from the alternate universe you brought to us to love and cry for if and when you decide they die, the in-depth desription of the characters, what they feel, how they look. That[/i] is what makes it a great fanfic.
wongasta
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« Reply #42 on: 06-11-2006 20:55 »

wow holy shit, i just read half of the first part, and everything i read is coming to my imagination...

i would animate this in flash only if i hav the voice acts... lol

excellent work!
Venus

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« Reply #43 on: 06-23-2006 03:10 »

I'm embarressed that it took me this long to actually sit and read this story. Specially since you read and review mine. I really really liked it. Although it was sometimes a little confusing, i'd sometimes miss the change between the universes. But i loved the overall story. Shipperific!
Xanfor

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« Reply #44 on: 06-25-2006 08:11 »
« Last Edit on: 09-01-2006 00:00 »

Thanks for your review, Zoidy, and also your's, Venus. Sorry if I disappoint you at all with the next announcement:

Ok, attention, everyone! Due to the extreme shippyness planned for later segemnts, I had to remove some from this one, especially that date scene in the middle. There had been pretty much no buildup for Leela to make a decision of that magnitude. So, I rewrote it. Here is the edited version so those of you who read the story don't have to scroll back:

And apologies to the other shippers out there, but of course, other shippy parts had to be modified slightly as well for the sake of realisim. But don't worry. In the next movie, when Leela tries to go back to being 'just friends' with Fry, she- Oops said too much. So anyway, I'm off. Gotta work on the next fic. I've already got several songs picked out to be used (such as 'Forgiveness' and 'You Were Meant For Me'), several scenes and punch lines worded out, and some JBERGES-quality science puns. Of course, anything concrete that I just said (such as the songs) is subject to complete and utter change as I go through my wild mood swings.        wink

Arkan

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« Reply #45 on: 06-25-2006 17:43 »

Aww, I love that scene! Shame it had to be cut, but at least we got to see it.  love
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #46 on: 06-25-2006 17:56 »

You cut that out why? Man, I guess sometimes you have tough breaks like that, but hell, if it made it to the thread for our shippy eyes to feast on, then I'm good with it.  love
Xanfor

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« Reply #47 on: 06-25-2006 19:03 »
« Last Edit on: 06-26-2006 00:00 »

I didn't cut it out, go see! I edited it! It's still there, it's just been rewritten to be more realistic! Don't hurt me, please!   wink

That spoiler-encased thing up there is the edited version so you don't have to scroll back.

PCC Fred

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« Reply #48 on: 06-25-2006 19:13 »

I finally got around to reading it today, (although it's still better than the two years it took me to read JBEGRES' fics)...

Anyways, I thought it was great for the most part, although like Venus I sometimes got muddled as to what universe they were in.  Your writing's funny, the canon characters were true to character and the non-canon ones well developed, and I really liked the ending.  Oh, and the idea of time in Philip's universe moving at a different rate to time in the 'real' universe - fantastic!  smile

Self-Promotion Time - Have you read my fic yet?
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #49 on: 06-25-2006 20:37 »

Fine then, you edited it.  tongue Anyways, I don't care what you did to it, it's great. Yours goes on my top five list. SoylentOrange's also fits in the top five. I've got three, two more capturing ones to go... For now, I'll even add PCC Fred's fic. You're much welcome Fred.  wink
Xanfor

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« Reply #50 on: 06-29-2006 16:03 »
« Last Edit on: 08-11-2006 00:00 »

I confirmed something here. Nothing important, I was just stalling for time. So ignore this post. Please.

Arkan

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« Reply #51 on: 06-29-2006 19:00 »

How did you confirm it, if you don't mind my aksing?
Xanfor

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« Reply #52 on: 06-30-2006 06:42 »
« Last Edit on: 08-11-2006 00:00 »

What the heck is Zoidy talking about down there \/ ? :shifyeyes:

Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #53 on: 06-30-2006 11:36 »

Bart's middle name is Jo-Jo. Cartwright said so. I read it or saw it a while ago.
Xanfor

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« Reply #54 on: 07-06-2006 09:29 »
« Last Edit on: 11-23-2007 00:00 »

Did anyone get what I was spoofing in that scene where they find out Fry's middle name? Just wondering... (I steeled myself on that. Every scene had to have a spoof, or it got kicked off the board)

And by the way, why has no one gotten on to me about my spelling of Phillip's name? Or the obvious inconsistency regarding parallel Bender (henceforth known as 'Bender R'), Nibbler and the planet Eternium? Of course, I'm leaving them all, the first one because, well, where would the humor be without the spoofs, the second one because I'm right ('Phillip'), and the third because I'm lazy, I'll probably find a way to explain it and I'm way too busy on a creative spurt in the sequel.

Which is all I really came to say. (I'm stalling for time, you see...)

(Right now I'm writing a starship battle scene, complete with drunken robot engineers and cranky old country doctors calling in on the intercom telling the captains how to run the ship.)

I love writing.      wink

And just for kicks, I might post a theatrical trailer here later. You know, if I hit a writer's block again.

Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #55 on: 07-06-2006 21:43 »

Yay battle scene! I  love you, Xanfor. You know just what I love. Violence  big grin I had a trailer for the Sipmsons movie.

"You've known him for almost two decades.
You've loved him for his stupidity, and now he's taking over the theaters!
"Hey, beer me"
The Simpsons Movie" Well, it was something like that... I forgot it  hmpf If you need help, just feel free to ask, and we can work something out here.
Xanfor

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« Reply #56 on: 07-07-2006 08:38 »

No, no, my fic! Hands off! (Whack, Slap)  laff
I'll tell you what though. You go write another chapter of your Anthology and I'll include an extra hand-to-hand combat scene.  wink

TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #57 on: 07-07-2006 08:52 »

I keep intending to read this, its just too freaking  vast. Curse you Xanfor. *Shakes fist*
Xanfor

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« Reply #58 on: 07-07-2006 08:57 »

You keep doing that.  wink The next one may be longer. Or shorter. I'll have to see when it's ready. But I'm pretty sure it's not going to be the same size!

Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #59 on: 07-07-2006 16:02 »

*shakes hand* Deal  big grin I was almost done anyways, I just ran out of steam. I shall more than come up with the end chapter. It might be a couple of days, since I stopped because I was stuck on what to put...
Xanfor

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« Reply #60 on: 07-07-2006 20:28 »

Thank you, Zoid(y). And for everyone else, here is a short parody of a ballad I wrote. I've posted it in the shipper thread and the poetry thread, but I think it's good enough to post here in my main fanfic thread. Hope it keeps you occupied for a while... 'Cause I might be gone a while...
(Working on fanfics, wink wink, nudge nudge, say no more, say no more!  wink )

The Ballad of PEELified Shippers

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale,
of the fans of a hopeful love.
That started from this modest show
of which we can not have enough.

About Fry, who is not the smartest man,
and Leela, who's brave and sure.
For whom the people of which we sing now,
joined a three hour forum, a three hour forum.

The going started getting rough,
Our dreams were twist and tossed.
If not for the courage of this group of fans,
the 'Ship would be lost, the 'Ship would be lost.

The show's once again setting ground on shore, on cable nonetheless,
with Venus, and the shippers, too,
Hopeless, and Shiny,
PCC Fred,
Xan, Arkan, and Prof. Zoid!
Are here on Futurama's PEEL!

Now this is the tale of our union,
we're here for a long, long time.
We have to make the best of things;
it's an uphill climb.

The Shiny and the Venus, too,
will do their very best
to make details of this peculiar 'Ship
obvious to the rest.

No doubt, no dispair, no depression,
we're as happy as can be.
And unlike for distrusters of romance,
the truth is plain to see.

So join us here when you can, our friends,
you're at least sure for a smilet,
as we count down to the show's return,
the secondary pilot!


cecilia_ploot*

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« Reply #61 on: 07-09-2006 04:22 »

noice poem sir from whatzit land
 just kidding, im really tired
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #62 on: 07-09-2006 16:00 »

Welcome to this humble thread, oh cecilia_ploot*. Enjoy our good times, our bad times, and Xanfor's crappy writing skills. (I kid, I kid... wink)
Xanfor

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« Reply #63 on: 07-10-2006 05:32 »
« Last Edit on: 10-10-2006 00:00 »

And that fight scene is gone! (I kid, I kid...   wink )

And now, due to various forms of blockages, including writer's, I have another parody of a theme song. And I do so hope Kryten isn't the only one who gets it... That would make us the nerdyest nerds here.

This song has been edited out. Please read this instead.

LoveForFry

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« Reply #64 on: 07-10-2006 16:11 »

Great story..and some nice songs too. smile
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #65 on: 07-10-2006 17:45 »

Uhh, sorry to disappoint you, but seeing as how I am not the kind of person that sits and watchs absolutely anything and everything, I do not know what the parody is from....  roll eyes Well, I am slow sometimes....
Xanfor

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« Reply #66 on: 07-14-2006 06:08 »
« Last Edit on: 07-14-2006 06:08 »

@Zoidy: Hint, hint!



Like I said, Kryten would get this...

Demeter

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« Reply #67 on: 07-14-2006 07:09 »

I really really liked this! Hope too see a sequel, of course  big grin

Latye too jump on the FF train, but ah well :P
Xanfor

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« Reply #68 on: 07-14-2006 07:17 »

It's never too late to hop on the FF train! In the meantime, I hope my poetry helps ease the mood. If anybody actually gets the British Sci-fi references! *sigh*

Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #69 on: 07-14-2006 20:52 »

Uh.......This is a stupidly long long shot...Dr. Who? (I told you I sucked at this...)
Arkan

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« Reply #70 on: 07-15-2006 14:09 »

...Red Dwarf, right?
Even though I don't watch it myself...
ClonedWizard

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« Reply #71 on: 07-19-2006 05:06 »
« Last Edit on: 07-19-2006 05:06 »

If there is one thing I like just as much as time travel, it is alternate/parallel universes.  I realize I'm a month behind in reviewing, but... the thread has been posted to in the last few days and you said that it was never too late to hop on the FF train.  I really enjoyed the plot, the jokes, and the promise of more.  Based on the preview, I'm really looking forward to Movie 2.  It looks like there is more (alternate) universal goodness to come.

Edit: Whoa, I'm a Crustacean!
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #72 on: 07-19-2006 16:05 »
« Last Edit on: 07-19-2006 16:05 »

*slowly yells like Sarge* Xanfor!!! *stops yelling* Where is the rest of your story? You haven't updated it in a while. You make me very sad.   cry

Edit: Here's a quote that may or may not be in the Anthology I'm writing:
"Leela, now that I've lost weight, there's less of me to love physically, but mentally, there's never been more..."
[Leela cringes]
 It may have to somehow end up in the sequel to Master Kidnappster. Maybe I can make this thing into a full blown trilogy.
Xanfor

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« Reply #73 on: 07-20-2006 19:48 »
« Last Edit on: 08-14-2006 00:00 »

   (The One With Turanga's Awakening)
   (written by Intendant Commander Xanfor)

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   She opened her eye abruptly. Instinct called for her to instantaneously awaken and place her dagger at the neck of the nearest person. However, her first glance around took about point zero six seconds and revealed the only person in the room to be Phillip. She sat up cautiously, still heavily weakened. She knew that she hadn't been taking care of herself for the past year, but she had no idea that the damage she had been causing herself had been so severe. As she looked around again, she paid more attention to the sleeping form of Phillip in the chair beside her bed. She sighed quietly. He must've stayed by her side all night. And after all she had done...

   She carefully listened to try and determine what the sound was that had awakened her. She closed her eye so she would be able to concentrate. Somehow the sight of Phillip was causing her mind to wander more than usual. After a few seconds of listening, she was able to make out the sound of footsteps, papers rustling and various exclamations of seemingly fluctuating lengths that seemed to follow the same syntax. The sound that had woken her up, though... That had been a clicking sound. She carefully lifted herself out of the bed and quietly tip-toed over to the large Gothic arch window.

   She found a small latch on one of the squares of glass that the window was composed of, so she reached out and clicked it open. She walked through the opening out onto a balcony. Suddenly she had a flashback. This was the same building she had first worked in on the surface. So she must be in that parallel universe after all, because she knew for sure that nothing like this existed anymore on her Earth.

   That meant that Phillip had told her the truth. She took a quick glance at the morning sun rising in the water, and then glanced back though the opened window at Phillip. She had to suppress a giggle. Normally she would have felt an annoyance that he was sleeping after she had awakened, but this time, she realized that she actually had no reason to do so. And she quite probably never did. She smiled at him. She would show him. She would make sure that he knew how sorry she was.

   She turned back to face the morning sun. She walked up to the railing and looked down. A few stories below her she saw another balcony. This jogged something in her memory, and she backed away from the railing. Sure enough, instead of a flat rail holding the bar up, there was the letter T. She turned to her left and started walking forward. Space, E, X, P, R, E, S, S. After this there were several regular rails, then a P, L, A, N, E. She stopped walking to think. T Express Plane? Oh, wait, that T was supposed to go at the end of the 'plane', so it would be... Express Planet. No, that wasn't it. Of course! She looked back along the other half of the railing she had yet to reach. Yes, the exact same thing was on that side as well. She had read it wrong. She remembered now. Planet Express.

   She resumed her walking and made her way to the part of the railing just to the right of the X. She leaned over and looked down. The ground seemed further away than she thought it would be. Hovercars made their way across the road, next to it, over it, and quite possibly, she presumed, under it as well. She glanced up at the city. Being from the sewers, she was quite used to extremely high towers. Such things were necessary to hold the ground up. But what she was not prepared to see was the fact that these towers weren't holding up anything at all. She stared in wonder at the sky. She had seen the sky before, oh yes, but it was still quite a sight for her eye. She had spent most of her life either under the surface or inside a spaceship. The last time she had seen a sky like this was forty-three years ago. Yes, she had used to become rather mesmerized by silly things like that. Then again, so had Phillip. She wondered if he still did. She hoped so.

   She looked across the street at the nearest similarly sized building. It had glass windows, the kind that act like mirrors when you look at them the right way. She stared at it, willing for her eye to go out of focus. Sure enough, when it did, she saw a reflection of the red building. She could see herself, the lettering in the rails, and side of the hangar and the entrance. The entrance... That must've been what woke her up. She looked around for some way to verify her theory. Wait, someone was coming... She crouched down instinctively in order to avoid being seen. She leaned closer and saw that it was her counterpart. Leela, she was called. She smiled as she remembered where Phillip usually called her that. She got back up and leaned over the railing again in order to watch her counterpart enter the sliding doors. When they closed again, they made a small clicking sound. Bingo, she thought. One sound identified.

   She glanced back up at the sky again. Phillip had used to enjoy staring out into space and at the stars. She used to think it was stupid, and yet, she'd always end up joining him. She wouldn't have admitted it before, and probably never would to anybody except him, but she actually enjoyed it. Just as she found herself enjoying this sky now. Not that she found either the sky or the stars particularly interesting, but she believed that the reason she enjoyed it was because he enjoyed it. Twenty-nine years ago she never would have admitted this. But after Janice's birth, something had just clicked inside her. She realized what had happened. She loved him. She loved him and she had been denying it the entire time. Yet even so, as time went by, she found herself growing closer and closer...

   She made a note to tell Phillip about all her thoughts later. He deserved to know what she had been really thinking. Like when she said she had to get married in order to evade the 'law'. That was when he first confessed that he loved her. She agreed to have him as her consort not only because of the low chances of betrayal, but also because of an emotion she was totally unaccustomed to: Pity. When she ordered him to kill Ms. Wong, he couldn't disobey, and yet, when she saw the grief she had caused him, she felt another emotion: Guilt. She tried to ignore it, and yet she couldn't, for the biggest and most obvious sign of infatuation was the reason that she had given him that order in the first place: Jealousy.

   So all these emotions had pulled and tugged on her for years, and she was always attempting to explain them away as something other than their underlying real cause. Until Janice came. Then she realized. All her other obsessions... They didn't matter anymore. All she could think about was this little bundle in her arms, the one that had very nearly been stillborn... Her child. No, no, not her child, their child. Her's and Phillip's. That was all that mattered.

   She heard another clicking sound. She looked back over the railing to see who had entered this time. Ahh, Amy's counterpart. Funny. Her Amy never would have worn anything like that. She listened closely again. She heard the intricate sounds of gears coming from a presumed invention on the floor underneath, and also the snores of the presumed inventor of said invention. Her memory wandered again, this time back to when she had been carried out of the room by the security detail. She remembered that moment as though it were yesterday. Now she knew that the look on Phillip's face was one of severe shock and disbelief, but back then she had fooled herself into thinking that he had planned the entire thing in order to overthrow her and become emperor. She had been a fool. Phillip had even come down to her cell to try and explain to her the error that had occurred. He had tried to explain to her that he would try to get her off the hook. But she wasn't about to allow herself to be fooled again. Not a single communications station had ever failed aboard her ship before, and she wasn't going to believe that one had then either. She shook her head in shame. She had been a fool.

   Another clicking sound startled her. She looked down to see an owl setting off the automatic doors. The opening of the doors startled the owl into fluttering straight into the dumpster on the side of the building, where it found the complete remains of an apple pie and half a Buggalo steak Bender had classified as 'too edible to eat'. The owl's squeals of joy upon finding this newfound meal reminded her of something. It reminded her of a sound she had heard several seconds after the door had closed on Phillip's depressed face, twenty-eight years ago, on that fateful night. She tried to place that sound in her mind, but to no avail. Unlike the click of the doors, this sound was something that defied any of her explanations. And that made her feel insecure.

   Several thoughtful seconds passed before she decided to return to her searching later. She tuned her ear in again to the sound of the gear-driven mechanism in the laboratory below. She listened to it for a few seconds. It was like clockwork, click, click, click, click... That reminded her, how long had she been out here? She walked partway around the balcony so she could see the sun again. By now the sun had risen completely over the water and the air was beginning to warm. She decided that she should return to her bed. After all, she had no idea what the plan for today was, but whatever was going to happen, she wanted to be a part of it and well rested. She walked over to the window she had crawled out of and and crawled back in. She reached over to relatch it and succeeded in doing so.

   The click of the latch caused Phillip to stir. She quickly walked over to him and put her hand on his hand. That always used to calm him. Sure enough, it did this time as well. She stared at him for a few minutes, lost in thought. Finally, smiling and with a sigh, she turned back to her bed, which she could now recognize as a pull-out couch. But a rather nice one at that. On the small coffee table next to it she noticed her knife. So Phillip hadn't taken it away from her. He did still trust her. That almost brought a tear to her eye.

   As she got back into the bed, it suddenly hit her how tired she was. She and Phillip had been up late last night talking. Really talking, not the formal rank chitter-chatter that she'd been forcing them to use for the longest time. Couple talk. Relationship talk. Lover talk. And yet she had only said less than a hundredth of what she had wanted to say. She felt as though she loved him even more after last night. Now she was actually beginning to learn about him. A fresh start. Everything had worked out beautifully. They had so much to catch up on...

   And her daughter! She had missed her daughter's entire childhood. She had much to catch up on with her as well. She thought about it from the bright side. At least they could go on shopping trips right away. She did feel guilty about missing everything, but Phillip had assured her not to worry, and she was more than relieved that he understood how it must feel. Besides, it wasn't like she'd never have a second chance to be a mother.

   She smiled at Phillip as she laid back on her pillow. She reached up and stroked his gray hair out of his glasses. It was a mess. She had no idea how it got that way. How did he ever survive without her? She shook her head, closed her eye slowly and allowed herself to rest.

   It was then that she suddenly recognized what that strange sound had been, twenty-eight years ago. It had been the sound of Janice's soft crying.

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Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #74 on: 07-20-2006 21:45 »

Xanfor, I love you.  big grin The owl's sound told me immidiately what the sound reminded her of. It's that the character, this time being Leela, doesn't figure it out that gives suspense. The whole "missing the childhood" bit reminded me a lot of how Morris and Munda Turanga missed Leela's childhood, at least directly. (They still got a hint of it because of all those flushed pictures newspaper aricles and various letters of course.)
Xanfor

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« Reply #75 on: 07-25-2006 21:34 »
« Last Edit on: 10-14-2006 00:00 »

Only one review? Well, I know it's not particularly shippy but still, it's one of the most emotional things I've ever written! Oh well. Now, I'm here to bump my thread, no, not with fanfics, no, not with updates, no, not with random bumps about how names are spelled. Nope. Just a good old fashioned teaser trailer for my next movie in the trilly-thingy. Also, I've added an index to this thread in order to make up for some of the n00bie-type confusion I created on the previous page, and a very subtle detail has been altered in the previous long fic, during the Nimbus bridge scene. Once you find it, confound your mind trying to figure out what it means! Or, you can just wait for me to finish the next movie of the trilly-thingy. (Of which I am currently on line number four hundred and sixty one) Also planned to be revealed in the next movie of the trilly-thingy, the true rank of an intendant commander, a hint as to the event in the past that differentiated the two universes, and a very funny pun: 'Handsawing radiation'! Very funny, right? (And if you don't get it, see if I ever quote Shakespeare to you again...   wink )

PCC Fred

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« Reply #76 on: 07-26-2006 08:48 »

I don't get it...  confused

Okay, sorry I didn't review this before now.  Truth be told, somehow I managed to miss seeing the update until ten minutes ago.

Anyways, I liked it.  Being about a different Fry and Leela, it's not shippy in the conventional sense, but that doesn't negate the fact you've done a fantastic job describing this Leela's depth of feeling for Philip, and the way in which she's spent years trying to rationalise denying those feelings.  It's shippy, but a different kind of shippy.  smile

And I can't begin to praise your attention to detail in describing sights, sounds, buildings etc.  I'm usually feeling sumg if I can describe a person/object in more than one adjective, so reading your stuff is mind-blowing.
ClonedWizard

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« Reply #77 on: 07-26-2006 15:31 »

I enjoyed that last part, though I was a mite confused at first.  I expected more time to pass between the two movies, so I assumed Phillip and Turanga would be back in their own universe.  Thus the confusion when they weren't.

I'll admit, I laughed out loud at the topology jokes/puns in the teaser trailer.  I am patiently waiting for more.
Xanfor

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« Reply #78 on: 07-26-2006 15:50 »

Thank you, ClonedWizard. Sorry for the misunderstanding though. Although you did just remind me of another edit I need to make... Anyway, I had actually planned to have the next movie start on the morning just after where the first movie leaves off. However, I just couldn't explain in a script how Turanga really felt, so I kind of wrote that prose story so all would be understood, and I'd be free to write the next script right where I intended. And I'm glad you got the topology puns. I'm pretty sure you won't be disappointed with Part II, because I'll including a good depth of parallel universe phenomena. And of course, a must for all parallel universe fic fans: A hint of as to why these two universes are different... Incidently, I think you would enjoy William Shatner's mirror universe saga, which is based on the 'Star Trek' episode 'Mirror, mirror'. It's what I spoofed mainly in Part I.

And PCC Fred. I was just going to read your fanfic. Excuse me while I do so. In the meanwhile, allow me to tell you how I appreciate your opinion. I've never really thought of myself as 'detailed' before, but it is a good trait in a writer... And now I have self-confidence! Da da-da da! I was aiming for it to be emotional, though, and your review satisfactorily convinces me that it is so. I thank you. (Bows)

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« Reply #79 on: 07-26-2006 15:59 »
« Last Edit on: 07-26-2006 15:59 »

 
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Truth be told, somehow I managed to miss seeing the update until ten minutes ago.

yeah same here.  Weird because I even checked this thread a couple of days ago.

Anywho, great update Xanfor.  You've taken shippy to a whole new level   smile.  Really nice imagery too.  That's always the hardest part for me, transfering the picture I've got in my head into words on paper.  Adding bits like the click of the latch or the reflection of the building in window glass across the street was a nice touch.

edit: one of these days I'll learn to use the '/' key instead of the '\'
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