Reviewer: King Baka Signed
October 31, 2009
Chapter 4: Letters in the Attic.
Sesshoumaru and Rin always got along, except for that one time? What the hell is that one time?! I have a feeling I'm going to find out sooner or later.
I like the depth you went into with Sesshoumaru's children; we see that Sesshoumaru is not a perfect father. Miroku and Sango's children and backstory too. But I hope you don't expect me to keep track of all these people! Are you trying to fry my brain?
It's pretty impressive that Inuyasha and Jaken helped Rin give birth. My last thing was back in chapter 2 you said, "He knew that she was strong, but she wasn't capable of surviving the loss of a baby by herself." You can imagine my eyes bugged out a little at that. Author's Response:
*snickers* Yeah, you'll find out about the one time in a few more chapters. It'll do even more in-depth in this next chapter I'm working on. And no father is a perfect father; they all have their strengths and their weaknesses, and they have their favorites. It just happens. And, no, you won't have to remember all these kids; really only Aiko, Sesshomaru and Rin's oldest, and Kaoru, their youngest, make anymore appearances.
I won't say anything on Sango and Miroku's kids. That'd give too much away. XD And why'd your eyes bug out at that? He's not calling her weak, if that's what you're thinking; it's just that when a woman loses her child, it can really eat away at her spirit, and Inuyasha knows this. He figures that it's his duty to help her get through it. Which he does. :D