|Reviews for Clash of Federations|
| Chris Adair chapter 30 . 2/2
This is really good. Can tell that slot of effort had gone into it.
| aDarkOne chapter 29 . 12/20/2013
I hope this story is still alive.
| aDarkOne chapter 30 . 11/18/2013
I wonder what the heck the Empress's 'god' is?
| aDarkOne chapter 24 . 11/17/2013
Yes T'Pol, Captain Archer is a hypocrite (and often a dumbass).
| aDarkOne chapter 11 . 11/16/2013
The Vulcans from this era kind of remind me of the asari from Mass Effect.
| justjoe chapter 1 . 8/4/2013
B5/ST is my favorite crossover scene. I've read most of them and really tried to read this one, but couldn't. The concept is great, but my main problem is Enterprise. I didn't like the show, but tried to look passed that for the story.
Archer never had a strong command presence and that is evident here. Someone who can be the anchor for the story. As it is, there is all of this activity going on where I feel that I am wondering from place to place without a base. Earth and humans are too broad and none of the characters were really that compelling.
So I think that the story suffers because the characters aren't strong enough to carry the narrative, which left me bored. I haven't had this problem with any of the other better crossovers.
| Shadownight1389 chapter 30 . 5/31/2013
Hope to see an update soon. Still following the story.
| Sora with an S chapter 30 . 5/20/2013
We are all stuffed...
| Lerris chapter 4 . 2/13/2013
This is not bad so far, but this behavior seems inconsistent with minbari honor. I would have expected them to talk a little once the vulcans came.
| bogus1 chapter 13 . 9/2/2012
In this story, you made Delenn hold the Smart Ball while Archer and Starfleet hold the Idiot Ball. As much as I despise the latter, that's actually canon with that travesty of a show Enterprise. The real problem is that Delenn in B5 canon is mentally weak and she's incapable of putting together an argument. There's lots of people SAYING Delenn is some great leader and bowing before her and revering her, but the truth is that the moment she's faced with any kind of challenge at all, she is contemptible.
The Inquisitor was right about Delenn: "What a sad thing you are. Unable to answer even such a simple question without falling back on references, and genialities and what other people call you. Have you nothing of your own? Nothing to stand on that is not provided, defined, delineated, stamped, sanctioned, numbered, and approved by others? How can you be expected to fight for someone else when you haven't the faintest idea who you are?"
And it's absolutely true. Delenn is NOTHING. Except she's not sad or pathetic at all, she is contemptible.
| Guest chapter 30 . 7/15/2012
Long wait but worth it. A bad guy chapter this time around complete with Q/Kiu. I hope it doesn't take so long for the next chapter. As the Minbari war heats up the Romulan war cools done just a bit. It sounds like the Romulan empire might be a little bigger then it was in cannon and much more threatening. Hopefully we don't have to worry about Space hippies infiltrating Starfleet or at least get to see the EA maintain discipline in the ranks.
| JJ Rust chapter 4 . 7/11/2012
Very good chapter. Good, exciting scenes with the battle between Enterprise and the Minbari cruisers. I thought you did an excellent job with the debate by the Grey Council on whether or not to go to war with the Vulcans as well. You really captured Delann's sense of isolation as a little island of sanity in a sea of insanity and war lust, where those around her don't want to think, just kill anyone or anything connected with the humans in any way, shape or form.
I do think the opening battle scene felt a little too distant, more telling than showing, and could have benefitted from having a POV character to let us feel the hits on the ship and the chaos of battle.
Still, very enjoyable chapter. Keep up the good work.
| UNSC ODST chapter 30 . 6/12/2012
Nice to see that this story isn't abandoned! This is one of the best Star Trek/Babylon 5 crossovers, especially since it is Enterprise-era. The plot is elaborate and well crafted, with the writing well done and a smooth read. Please keep up the great work, can't wait to see how things change; the plot thickens.
| JJ Rust chapter 3 . 6/10/2012
Good chapter. I like the way you presented the characters' views of the different races. G'Kar's thoughts really stood out, especially having his eyes opened to Sheridan's loyalty to Earth, and his thoughts on how the Narn act like abused children lashing out at others was very telling. Well done!
One typo I spotted: "more here in the home has to go well, John." It seems there are some words missing.
Keep up the good work.
| shadownight1389 chapter 30 . 5/31/2012
Glad to see this back. Saw your thread update on spacebattles. I have reread the story and was wondering when we would see the fruitation of starfleet & EarthForce tech colaboration. Also are you going to give h
Earthforce more credit, they are a large military (including large ground forces) with a great combined arms doctrine. While I can see starfleet neutrilizing the anti-alien bias in the earth alliance. Shouldn't the EA make starfleet have a more realistic outlook and realize the military option is necessary at times.
Hope to see more soon