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Penname: Rysler [Contact]
Real name: Member Since: 31 Oct 2005
Membership status: Member
Reviews by Rysler

Summary: Which tree are they in? The one with the bear under it.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: Aiden Ford, Carson Beckett, John Sheppard, Rodney McKay, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: Action/Adventure
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 2790; Completed: Yes
Updated: 30 Aug 2005; Published: 30 Aug 2005
Reviewer: Rysler (Signed)
15 Feb 2006
This was great. I second what everyone else has said--adreneline, scientist-catching, _Teyla_. I loved that you called the creature a panda at one point. Favorite lines... "I nearly died in a hideous, painful, and humiliatingly Neanderthal way." Hee! "If I had a jet pack, we could fly." ::cackles:: And the last line...Rodney's trepidation, John's planning. So very them. Wonderful to read a story where everyone's in character.
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Summary: Rodney has HAD. IT. Spoilers for 2x1-2x4.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Rodney McKay, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: Humour
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 982; Completed: Yes
Updated: 30 Aug 2005; Published: 30 Aug 2005
Reviewer: Rysler (Signed)
15 Feb 2006
Very cute and believable, and this'll become part of my brain canon for that episode arc. I laughed myself silly at "Adrenaline." Your Teyla vooice is wonderful.
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Summary: Aftermath of a mission gone wrong.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Rodney McKay
Genres: Angst, Character Study, Drama, Established Relationship, Hurt Comfort
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 3328; Completed: Yes
Updated: 07 Feb 2006; Published: 07 Feb 2006
Reviewer: Rysler (Signed)
08 Feb 2006
Oh, I enjoyed this. A good, solid whumping, a painful recovery, vivid realism. Brutal. And you hit some good emotions, especially McKay's fear. I especially liked the ending paragraph, where the somewhat hokey fractal talking became chaos, and you gave Rodney that little push. I agree with the first reviewer that seeing the aftermath of Rodney's break would be intriguing, but just imagining it is intriguging, too.

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. Fractals can be amazing mathematical pictures, so I tried to build a story up around that concept.
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Categories: Orphan
Characters: None
Genres: None
Warnings: None
Chapters: 0 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 0; Completed: No
Updated: 31 Dec 1969; Published: 31 Dec 1969
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Reviewer: Rysler (Signed)
27 Feb 2006
I love this. It's good to see an "aliens made them do it" story that isn't angsty. This is such a happy, revealing moment for Weir, who we never get to see. Teyla and Ronin are lovely and layered in their friendship and attraction. The descriptions of Teyla's beauty, and Weir's lust for her, are particularly good. Things seemed in character. This was a nice read. Thank you.

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
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