Review for The Wizard on the Edge of Forever

The Wizard on the Edge of Forever

(#) grookill 2009-04-22

Good chapter.

Folks may say that it was cliched but it pretty much matches up with the experience I've seen others go through.

The fact that the Bat'leth is blooded is going to have some significance. I've been reading Seel'vor's stuff recently so my mind is a bit twisted, so therefore I wonder if that because it was Kim's blood on the blade that means (by Klingon custom) that Harry and Kim are married...

Good luck with the first chapter of Starfleet Academy! Hopefully he'll make some new friends there and face the new challenges with them.

Author's response

Yeah I know about that off to the military experience. I did 20 years in the Army. While I didn't go through that exact same thing that Harry did, A pair of girls that I did know in High School did decide on their own to take me out to dinner the night before I went.

As for the Blooded Blade, I'm still not sure what I am going to do with that. Yes it is siginifigant to the klingons, but I own a sword that the metal itself is discolored by blood being on the blade and I know where and when it happened. (Gallipoli,1915) So at this time, I'm not quite sure what to do with that little bit.