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 Post subject: Reviews of The Answer
PostPosted: Sun May 6, '12, 4:05 am 
Hello,

You may use this topic to share your thoughts regarding The Answer by tilinelson2. When reviewing, try to go into detail about what you enjoy or feel could be improved in The Answer. Both praise and constructive criticism intended to help tilinelson2 in future endeavors are encouraged. Please refrain from making non-constructive comments.

Please keep your comments in this thread on the subject of The Answer. If you would like to discuss another writing, please do so in that writing's review thread.

Thanks,
Fringes of Algo Staff


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 Post subject: Re: Reviews of The Answer
PostPosted: Tue May 8, '12, 6:39 am 
Beautiful story tilinelson2. Powerful and sad in the beginning as she decides her fate and then changes her mind and an uplifting ending.

:clap:


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 Post subject: Re: Reviews of The Answer
PostPosted: Tue May 8, '12, 11:25 am 
Thanks, SS1. In fact, the story is a bit drenched with symbolism, and (spoiler about the symbols. I recommend those who didn't read the story to not read this part before) her decision was not much of a choice, for she is not very popular in the less popular game of the series. Unlike the purple-haired girl (Nei), the brunette who shares the same fate (Alys) or the girl who looks like the first (Rika), she is hardly a fan favorite. She is even overshadowed in her own game by Mieu and 3rd gen characters, so not even her creator (Ozaki) cares about her (her latest PSIII works are never about her). So, she was fated to eventually be forgotten and drown in the ocean of forgotten things (the candles being people who still remember, gradually forgetting).

However, there is a crazy man somewhere (you know who :p) who is completely in love with her and will carry her in his heart through eternity (she is not only his favorite character, but the personification of love. She looks different in the end because that man always sought to "find his Maia", and Maia blends with the woman he loves). Ultimately, her spiral grows towards the infinite because Maia became more than a character, but love itself.


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 Post subject: Re: Reviews of The Answer
PostPosted: Thu May 10, '12, 6:37 am 
lol, on the crazy guy. Actually, I think he's quite sane and madly in love which is wonderful! Enjoyed reading your response above.


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