Date: 11/15/2020 7:11 AM Title: Kodos
Hi, just found your series of these 3 stories the other day. I have enjoyed reading the first 2 stories and just got to the 3rd one and realized it was not finished. I want to read it bit it looks like you have not finished the story. I do hope you will finish so I can come back and finish up your series.
Date: 06/26/2013 8:53 AM Title: Kodos
WOW, THAT WAS FAST WITH THE 3RD PART. VERY HAPPY TO READ IT. CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE. XOXOX
Hey, great to see you here! :) Thank you! xoxoxo :) I plan to possibly write McCoy's wedding next, and have many ideas for things after that.
Date: 06/26/2013 3:09 AM Title: Kodos
I like this so far!
As for a prompt, I have had a plot bunny in my head for months about a telepathic attack on Jim where he is mentally stuck in Tarsus, and Spock Prime has to get him out since he is most familiar with his mind (which leads to romance). In your story, it could be Spock Prime who gets attacked (lets face it, Jim has suffered enough) and is stuck in a hellish period in his life (probably moments involving Kirk Prime, but I'll leave that up to you). Sarek and T'Pau then need to enlist younger Spock's help since they are of the same mind. Maybe that could segue way into a realization of his origins by Jim.
Speaking of which, there has to be a point where Jim discovers relationship between his older self and Spock Prime. It would definitely cause conflict, but it also has to come at a point where they trust each other enough to know there was no sexual undertones. Stiil, I cannot imagine Jim having positive feelings about it at first. I was a bit surprised McCoy accepted it so readily (although I can't really remember if he knows about the romantic aspect or not).
Keep up the great work!
Lol, yeah, Jim has suffered enough! Though I feel it is unrealistic to have him skipping the metaphorical rainbows at this point, I do plan to have things pleasant for him for awhile. :) Spock is keeping his identity from Jim for two main reasons: he doesn't want Jim to be worrying about Nero on top of everything else, and he doesn't want Jim to think is he merely being loved for who he looks like. His reasons for not saying anything to young Spock are more nebulous; mostly he's concerned about interference I think. (My characters have minds of their own. Half the time they don't cooperate with what I want them to do) So I planned on having Spock tell Jim about Nero when he turned 18, since he'd be moving out and stuff. And I did plan on having young Spock find out first about everything, but not the specifics of how. I was thinking vaguely of him entering the Jellyfish, but your way might be better. I shall think on it. :) As far as McCoy, I did leave things rather vague, didn't I? He received quite the information dump, then got distracted afterwards, plus Spock mostly blocked that part of their relationship from him. But, bits did leak through, enough for McCoy to piece together later, if he cares to. And he will, lol. Thank you for reviewing!
Date: 06/25/2013 8:34 PM Title: Kodos
Hey you are very fast...
I just read the last Part from part III and now the new series part. Thank you.
Good beginning - to close the old part and open the new: all along: Family.
Thanks! After I finished Famine I realized I never said what happened to Kodos (beyond being tied to a chair by Solkar) so I thought I'd better start with that. Glad you're still with me for another sequel! Feedback keeps me going full steam ahead! :)