|Reviews for Angels of the Storm|
| Guest 4/18/13 . chapter 64
Wow, freaking unbelivible story! Great writing and plotting, you captured the essence of a space marine much better then almost any other crossover I've read. Also great ending, at least now we know a space marine can indeed reproduce and feel the good feels. If there's a ME4 please tell me you'll bring these guys back?
| United Systems Navy 2/27/13 . chapter 65
I am too tired for a full review right now, so I only have these few words for you.
Though it is different from the actual franchise in characters and set pieces, the principles and execution remain the same, or should have remained the same. This story is what ME3 should have been.
| Korraganitar the NightShadow 1/29/13 . chapter 65
This was an epic and amazing fic, and a better send off than ME3 gave the series... i have to wonder though, have you ever considered continuing the universe? Most notably in my eyes would be the possibility of dimensional conjunction between your MEverse and the 40kverse... how do you figure that would end?
| writinginreverse 1/4/13 . chapter 20
Best. Line. EVER.
*mumbles* this week...
| Martenzo 1/3/13 . chapter 1
I thought I had seen the epitome of badass when I finished reading Hammerhand. And you outdid yourself, Colonel. Malleus was far more badass than Shepard, not only as a warrior, but as an inspiring leader. He had his flaws and they weren't just ignored. They were actively brought out in Chapter 55, in my opinion the most thrilling chapter of the story. The adaption of Imperial elements (Mechanicus, Commissariat, Kasrkin) into the Mass Effect galaxy felt very believeable. Adding to the realism, the Mass Effect universe also changed the Astartes, though the effects were more subtle.
Toward the end of Hammerhand, and at the beginning of this story, I fully expected Malleus to pull a straight-up military coup and establish a war-time dictatorship, possibly with the support of Admiral Anderson and General Suvat. And what's more, I could see Malleus giving a speech that convinces the bulk of the Mass Effect galaxy to see the necessity of this emergency dictatorship in the face of the Reaper threat.
All in all, the crossover, unlike so many others, did not just feel like an excuse plot to have Shepard and Astartes/Inquisition/Whatever kicking Reaper ass together. It felt like something that could concievably happen, considering the nature of the Warp as well as the Imperial ideals burnt into the Astartes' psyche.
| WildCard-Yes Man 12/11/12 . chapter 65
One last reveiew from me. Fallout Equestria is still bigger in word count that this story :D
| WildCard-Yes Man 12/11/12 . chapter 64
May I just say what an hounor it has been to read a fanfiction of as high calliber as this. Thanks for a great story :D
| WildCard-Yes Man 12/11/12 . chapter 60
... Wait what was the binary message?! NEED TO KNOW D:
| WildCard-Yes Man 12/11/12 . chapter 51
Dawwwww... That's adorable... In a horrible post apocoliptic way :D
| WildCard-Yes Man 12/4/12 . chapter 47
A rock going 99.9c would cause a planet to crack... this is going to be interesting...
| WildCard-Yes Man 11/28/12 . chapter 22
Screw these new Comissars. Get Ciphas Cain in there! Because when Ciphas Cain is around you're going to win, no matter what!
| WildCard-Yes Man 11/27/12 . chapter 7
So Morinth was a witch... that makes a scary amount of scence actually...
| Marcus-343 11/16/12 . chapter 65
i just finished reading both and i have to say that this was some of the best reading material that i have came across, damn good job with both
| Axcel 11/6/12 . chapter 1
Indocrinated Astartes? Impossible; the Reapers indoctrination is infinately weaker than Chaos's. Mostly because chaos has the weight of an entire dimension backing it. So an Astarte won't fall to Reaper mind stuff.
| Apocalyptian Scribe 10/19/12 . chapter 65
What about dem chaos space marines
would have been awesome to see them