Reviews for My Willow

BY : Eagleblaze


  • From saxman66 on November 19, 2020

      I actually think there's quite a lot as Tara has stated a clear interest in some sort of relationship - you don't give a present like that without meaning - at least unless your a ruthless and amoral manipulator and while she's a vampire I don't think that's the case in this story.  In return Willow has made a very clear sign she's attracted to Tara in turn. 



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  • From saxman66 on November 11, 2020

      Well Tara's falling deeper.  Willow is starting to feel attracted or at least some friendship. 



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  • From saxman66 on November 07, 2020

      Interesting.  Both Willow and Tara are starting to bond, albeit that Tara is reluctant to admit it,  She does however realise that - provided she can keep her location secret - it gives her some protection against Buffy and the gang,  Both of them are dancing around all the problems of he relationship and it is interesting that Tara is realising that her behaviour is totally off for a vampire. True Spike cared for Dru but I think its about the only case in the Buffyverse where a vampire without a soul seemed to have such a reaction.  Looking forward to seeing how this is going to be resolved.  Ideally without any major characters dying.



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  • From saxman66 on November 05, 2020

      Interesting and very good insight into Tara's uncertainty.  She may have used the love word but she doesn't understand yet its hitting her hard.  One very confused vampire. ;)



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  • From saxman66 on November 03, 2020

      I think that may depend on how far Willow and Tara goes and also the exact circumstances when a choice has to come.  If Tara is attacking one of her friends, possibly especially Xander she's likely to oppose her.  If the gang are attacking Tara she could well go the other way.  OTL Willow went dark when Tara was killed.  Whether she develops her ability as a mage here and how fast I can see her reacting strongly if people she cares about are threatened but I think it will depend on whom she sees as threatening the other. 

      On the other hand Tara is here a vampire and the master of others, all of whom are regular killers so that is going to he hard, if not impossible for Willow to accept.  Of course Tara could simply turn Willow but she may be reluctant to do that, at least initally.

      The best option for me is for Tara to have her soul restored as Angel did, ideally without the same limitation on the curse/spell that does it.  However that would be rather unlikely I suspect.

      One other complication is that no matter how much Tara is feared by her subjects if she's seen too much going 'soft' in her treatment of Willow its likely to provoke some unrest. 



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  • From saxman66 on November 02, 2020

     

      Well this is going to be an interesting relationship to put it mildly.;)  Tara as a very powerful and dominant vampire/mage but still strongly attracted to a largely unmagic Williow.  Williow could well end up attracted in return but then how would she live with herself while Tara and her minions are feeding off other people and a threat to her friends.  Ultimately she's going to have to take a side, which will be even more important if she starts developing her mage capacity herself.



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  • From saxman66 on October 29, 2020

      Well still with your two favourite characters but a very interesting twist.  Sounds like Tara definitely feels something for Willow, who is a lot more vulnerable here as nothing like as strong.

     

     A bit surprising that a character with Tara's background could become a dominant vampire so quickly, to the point that she can successfully order her underlines to let all the Scooby Gang go having them at their mercy.  Is she still an active mage as well as what being a vampire brings her more power?



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