|Reviews for Encounter At Dawn|
| Guest chapter 35 . 10/28
Dunno what's more hole ridden, the plot... or your "English". You must be American...
| varganan chapter 16 . 10/24
Beckettnek túl sokat jár a szája.
| varganan chapter 3 . 4/12
Why was it necessary to reveal the Asgard beaming technology to the Colonials and Cylons so early?
| Guest chapter 35 . 3/29
I have enjoyed your take on this very much. Thank you for your work. Good job.
| Guest chapter 20 . 3/27
I can't tell, is Shepherd dead?
| CyberianGinseng chapter 16 . 12/24/2022
Maybe I missed it in the story and they got it, but wouldn't they need SGC or IOA authorization to divulge any information about the ATA gene to the Colonials? Otherwise that's a big security risk to take on people who've been hostile more than once since the story began. I know they've taken bigger security risks in the series, but also they make a show of at least pretending that security is important to them.
| CyberianGinseng chapter 13 . 12/23/2022
Yeah. I'm pretty sure that the limited range of BSG's ftl is due to the fact that they only have light speed limited sensor technology and telescopes. That's where the uncertainty in the calculations come in at. They have to use information that's outdated and then make calculations on orbital mechanics before they can decide a safe place to jump. It has nothing to do with the drive itself. With the real time long range sensor technology in Stargate that can examine a star system light years away RIGHT THIS MINUTE this problem is completely eliminated. Calculations would be incredibly simple even with Galactica's obsolete computer tech. So once Stargate Command outfits the Battlestar with Asgard sensor tech, not to mention Mark II naquadah generators, then the Battlestar's range and speed is significantly increased far over and above what even the Cylons had.
| CyberianGinseng chapter 2 . 12/22/2022
Don't recall about the fighter craft, but Galactica had artificial gravity, so I'm not sure if g-forces would be a problem. However, that's just a nitpick. You also had some spelling errors. "taken on bored" instead of "taken on board," for example. Need better proofreading.
More serious is Weir, and more importantly Sheppard, would insist that Cally be under constant guard considering that her people were hostile and opened fire on them without preamble. There's no way she'd be alone with Beckett to even make it to the door, let alone grab a scalpel.
| machadoricardojoseleiva chapter 9 . 9/12/2022
Em 1* Lugar: O Poodle Jump TEM ESCUDOS ENERGETICO, não pode ser danificado por tiros de canhão de 20mm dos Vipers nem pelos tiros de Plasma de baixa potencia dos Dardos. 2* PONTO: A Naves Espectrais NÃO TEM ESCUDOS, eles tem um Casco Orgânico espesso e que se "cura" rapidamente, tornando-se necessário MUITO PODER DE FOGO PARA DESTRUI-LOS.
| leylinjan chapter 4 . 3/8/2022
five sixths is more than three quarters ;)
| Guest chapter 29 . 1/8/2022
It would be great if you had a better command of the English language, I mean,I've spent the last 29 chapters interpreting words you've would be an excellent story barring also must be fairly thin skinned to be attacking those who leave negative comments,so sorry,not all of us can be fawning sycophants.
| Russ chapter 35 . 10/2/2019
The story line is well thought out and I enjoyed reading it. I'm looking forward to the sequel.
| JOHN0713 chapter 1 . 2/15/2019
I read the whole story and it’s very good.
| camp1500 chapter 35 . 2/2/2019
Very good ... I look foward to the sequel.
| JOHN0713 chapter 35 . 9/15/2018
I enjoyed it very much..