TheDocTrier

Variation of Pascal's Triangle; See Personal Site / About Me for Details



Recent bookmarks

  1. Public Bookmark 2

    Words:
    27,078
    Works:
    2
    Bookmarks:
    2

    20 Dec 2022

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Copy of my comment on Part 2:

    I saw you post this (The Librarian Series) in /trash/ and it was a fun quick read. My only comment would be that Red gave me some serious stranger danger vibes with the "I barely know your name; you show up unsolicited at my door; let's walk alone down a side street to your car so you can drive us somewhere." But, I obviously had meta-knowledge from the tags which diffused some of that tension. If I had read this story with no meta-knowledge, I may have dipped from the story early on thinking it was going to turn into some dubious-consent fetish story (no hate on people who like that sort of story, but I usually nope out). Anyways, like I said initially, this was a nice read and helped to give Marty some much appreciated narrative detail.

  2. Rec 32

    Tags
    Summary

    In the aftermath of the Nighthowler Incident and Dawn Bellwether's arrest, Zootopia's political leaders institute free counseling and support services to those suffering from assorted emotional and psychological traumas stemming from the many attacks. The Nighthowler Incident Therapy and Education (N.I.T.E.) sessions are meant to help all mammals--both predators and prey alike--find resolution together as they come to terms with what happened to them and the pain they caused each other. Dr. Melanie Leuca recounts during her own counseling session with her therapist what happened to her and the mammals she served at the latest N.I.T.E. class... and how it stands to change the city's future completely.

    Zootopia is owned by Disney, yaddy yada... you know the drill.

    Series
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    143,878
    Chapters:
    23/23
    Comments:
    487
    Kudos:
    200
    Bookmarks:
    32
    Hits:
    8619

    09 Aug 2022

    Bookmarker's Notes

    [MY COMMENT]

    Oh my, oh my. I seem to have immersed myself into a Lord of the Rings sized fic once again. And once again, no regrets. Unlike most people in this fandom (it seems), I am always longing for more fanworks that focus on OCs. It's not because I have an active distaste for the prior characters, it's just that they attract a bunch of tropes I find very distracting (eg using specific phrases that were not originally catchphrases).

    Now, we must move on to the well deserved praise.

    This fic was great, all 143,878 words of it (pardon my exaggeration). As has been alluded to in other comments, the concept presented here and it's execution will forever taint my mind (in a good way). I can no longer read another fic about the side cast without actively suspending my disbelief that your therapeutic story did not take place. That's how natural the concept is: my internal canon and personal experience with other works has been permanently altered.

    I am excited to see what the other entries in this series hold, and your other works more generally. However, I have the softest spot in my heart for Sadie, so hopefully I'll see a bit more of her story. Which brings me to my final point: this fic is like a gateway to so many potential stories focusing on each member of the side cast. It's absolutely remarkable! Reminds me a bit of "Pack Street" in that way (especially given the light focus on food and diets).

    Thank you for providing this wonderful piece to read while looking at the Yosemite Valley (over very precarious Internet support),

    Michael

  3. Rec *

    Tags
    Summary

    This story follows a single bunny mother and a tiger, from the moment Judy sees them on the bus. It explores the difficulties they face in an increasingly hostile city as pred/prey tension rises in the wake of the savage attacks.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    36,609
    Chapters:
    11/11
    Comments:
    423
    Kudos:
    1429
    Bookmarks:
    328
    Hits:
    30567

    27 Feb 2022

  4. Rec *

    Tags
    Summary

    Wannabite: Noun. slang. (Also “wanna bite”) Pejorative for an individual belonging to a prey species who demonstrates predatory characteristics, or who desires to be a predator.
    Contrast predator analogs: grassbiter, grinder.

    The story of Remmy Cormo, the only sheep on Pack Street, a predominantly predator-inhabited slum neighborhood.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    210,586
    Chapters:
    35/?
    Comments:
    620
    Kudos:
    2358
    Bookmarks:
    235
    Hits:
    127743

    17 Oct 2021