Reviewer: anath
Date: 11/23/07 17:19
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Oh, that was great! So good and so sad. The Founders are described in a perfect way.

Author's Response: Thanks so much! :)

Reviewer: dumbledorefluertwins
Date: 04/01/07 11:17
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Beautiful! You gave such fantastic descriptions and you captured the emotions of each Founder wonderfully! I loved the whole colour thing at the end! It really makes you think!

Author's Response: Yes, it does make you think, doesn't it? ;) Thanks for reading and reviewing!

Reviewer: Starmaiden
Date: 02/03/07 15:24
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Wonderfully done. This piece is short, simple, but heart-wrenching at the same time. The colour theme is woven in nicely.

Quick note: Your spelling and grammar are excellent, which is a major plus. You did make one mistake here, though:
Rowena wiping her fogged classes
I’m guessing that’s meant to say “glasses”.

I like how we see from each point of view – Helga, the affectionate, Rowena, her mind and heart both confused, Godric, betrayed by his brother. But my favorite is Salazar’s.

I had never really thought about what he would be thinking after he left, or if I did, I would have figured mere pride, and ambition. You’ve humanised him well, and it’s interesting how he’s able to admit his mistakes.
Friends do not beg friends to change their opinions on matters. Friends should support you and always be there. Friends should not desert each other…

You also summarise their history without letting it get in the way. Helga runs through a quick set of memories that cover their time together and Salazar’s departure, and the three of them trace their growing-up and time as friends. Salazar finishes by thinking about their individual traits and how it all sort of fell apart on them. Good job of not allowing the recap to become the story.

All in all, quite nice. Great job!

Author's Response: Wow, what a great review, thanks so much. I'm glad you liked it, particulary Salazar's part. Oddly, his was the easiest to write of the four. I will fix the error right away; you're right, it is supposed to be glasses. :P Anyhow, thank you for reading!

Reviewer: Pussycat123
Date: 02/03/07 7:18
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Hey, I liked this. I usually can't really be bothered with Historical fics (I prefer Maruader Era) but I thought I'd meander over here and see what I found.

And it was good! It captured emotions really well, and it made you wonder what would have happened if they had all stayed together, and instead of going on about WHY he left them, it was all about how they felt ...

Because what does it matter why he left, right? Well, yeah, like I said. It was really good.

Author's Response: I'm glad you decided to branch out and come see some Historical stories. :D I usually don't read many Historical fics either, actually, but when you get a good bunny you got to run with it.... Anyhow, thanks for reading and leaving this nice review! :)

Reviewer: HorcruxHunter14
Date: 01/19/07 18:24
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

This is beautifully written; I loved it.

Author's Response: *giggleblush* Thank you! :)

Reviewer: mock_turtle
Date: 01/19/07 2:05
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

just to let you know, I haven't read your story and I don't favor historical fics, as a rule. That said, I am completely in love with your title and will read the fic right away!!

Author's Response: *giggles* Well, I'm glad the title has you intrigued! :)

Reviewer: hermy_loves_ron
Date: 01/18/07 21:44
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Great story! Nice take on what happened...and love the title.

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you liked the story, and the title too! :)

Reviewer: DogLover4Life
Date: 01/18/07 19:56
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Wow. Salazar was still. I've never actually thought of it that way. I should try to make this review make sense. I've still always had the cliché' notions about all of the founders but this piece has changed my entire opinion. Salazar still had a heart and a brain; he wasn't corrupt. He was just... Different?

Author's Response: No, Salazar *in my opinion* wasn't corrupt; just very set in his ways and ideas (and pride most likely got in his way as well). I'm flattered that my little story managed to change your impressions of the founders. :) Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: xMBx
Date: 01/18/07 15:47
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

WOW!!! great story!!! I loved how you captured each charecter's responce so well. This is deffinitly going on my favroites list!!!I cant wait to hear more from you.

Author's Response: Hee hee! Thanks so much for reading, and for leaving such a kind review. And, as for hearing more from me, I do happen to have other stories posted... /shameless plug ;)

Reviewer: Starlight23
Date: 01/18/07 14:19
Chapter: Green is Not a Primary Color

Oh my God, where are the reviews?? I loved this story and I thought it was really creative. The fact that there wasn't any speech in it must have made it somewhat difficult to form such a good one-shot, but that didn't seem to stop you!! Very good. Keep it up! ~Bonnie

Author's Response: My writing is often very dialogue driven, so this was somewhat of a challenge for me. I'm glad you think I pulled it off though! :) Thanks for the nice review!

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