out of the the fanfics I read all had some mistakes.
prey: the hellion would have kept moving and not sanding in place (that's what I'm inturpitating levitating as)
Konfrontation: Johnson would not do "speak of the devil and he shall appear" but more like "speak of the deamon and it shall appear" and instead of "I swear to kod" more like "by the krater good"
Mision final: really good but the the dark eldar would have bombed the place flat having control of the skies and mandrakes would have killed the leaders and the elite guard in the center or at least killed most of them.
Something of a newb at manipulating TvTropes, but managed to set up a page, add a picture that captures some of the comic's spirit and add a few examples, but it still Needs More Love.
For those interested, it can be found here: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Webcomic/EATATAU
And he probably means when it was mostly slapstick humor - which there hasn't been a lot of lately. Of course, people who prefer drama over comedy probably enjoyed the Drow Arc more than the early funnies.
I liked the dramatic story, but did kind of miss the funny non-sequitur strips.
Then again, the Drow Arc DID give us too many Crowning Moments of Awesome to count.
Re: dark eldar pyro
I don't want to sound bitter, but Darius is right. The authors of the fics don't share your opinion.
I'll admit I probably should have come up with something a little more Chaos related for the 'Speak of the devil thing' (I wrote 'Konfrontation'), but I stand by my belief that Skraat would say something regarding a god (Or in hindsight, 'gods') instead of greater good. Kroot are just mercenaries for hire. They don't seem to actively share the Tau's beliefs. And being a fairly primitive species, it's safe to assume they have a form of tribal faith in god, gods or other deities. At least in my opinion, based on what little information GW have published about the Kroot.
Not trying to stirr up a fight here, but if you're entitled to say something about my work, I have the same right to talk back.