|Reviews for A Tale of Two Sixes|
| Guest chapter 7 . 7/5/2014
I find it hilarious how the Lonewolf dude is complaining about too much homosexual stuff when the author says at the start this is FEMSLASH. Just don't read gay stories Lonewolf if you find it offensive, it aint Rocket Science...
I would never have put BSG's Six with Seven of Nine, but it is so obviously a perfect match once I have read this story.
Just wish it had been longer. Kudos to the author, and thank you very much for writing a very well thought-out and enjoyable story.
| NorJC chapter 7 . 4/17/2014
Nice ending to the story. Thanks for finishing it.
| LoneWolf1968 chapter 7 . 4/7/2014
Not enough ship to ship action and TOO much drama and homosexuality. SPACE BATTLES! But that's just me I guess...
| EvilTheLast chapter 7 . 3/29/2014
It was a great story.
| Quester1036 chapter 7 . 4/23/2013
Interesting take on the cross-over. Looking forward to what happens next.
| Guest chapter 7 . 8/27/2012
Glad to see you were able to finish this. Working on a dead tv show can be tough on the
| HEALER chapter 7 . 7/9/2012
I totally enjoyed it and I hope there's a sequel somewhere...
| Tri-Emperor of The Twilight chapter 7 . 2/19/2012
| Thyatira chapter 7 . 3/7/2011
Six? Paired with Seven of Nine? Six? Nine? 69 femslash? Subtle. Heh, it was funny though.
I enjoyed your characterization of all the chars, even though I found it impossible to reconcile your rather (socially)innocent take with the sultry, dulcet tones of the only six I really got to see(Caprica). Sadly, I missed a lot of that show, an oversight I have yet to fix.
A note on the tech side, while a Federation ship would be able to pinpoint the missiles at first, BSG ships canonically uses electromagnetic radiation as ECM. EM radiation is a phenomena that is one of several methods that severely hamper Fed sensors, leaving transporting and pinpoint accuracy on that small a scale impossible(don't worry, Galactica wasn't using ECM so they could still port out the sixes).
BSG ships actually do use a shielding system that seems to be every bit as effective as ST (if not more, since they don't rely on phase coherency). Of course, this shielding seems to be a property of their armor instead of a projected 'bubble', so it isn't as noticeable.
It is accurate that people from the Fed would equate no visible shields and nukes with a more primitive tech base, but they'd likely get a surprise once the cylons figured out their systems. There was at least one episode where hackers took over Voyager, and they have that silly 5-digit remote override code.
I guess my complaint would be that the fic is too short to integrate the two universes effectively, but you were obviously wanting a more concise, char driven story(a feat you succeeded at), so I don't really mind. I'm a physics major, in case you were wondering. Figuring out the science of the shows I'm watching is downtime for me(seriously, calculus will kick your ass if you let it).
Thanks for the new favorite. I'm rather picky and never add one unless it is complete or dead. Later.
| ljbrown1 chapter 7 . 11/28/2010
That was pretty good.
I look forward to more stories.
| ljbrown1 chapter 4 . 11/28/2010
I really like the way you write this story.
| ljbrown1 chapter 2 . 11/28/2010
Hahaa he hee
| axel100 chapter 7 . 11/13/2010
What the hell happened to her shoes? Hah! A great, if rather understated, way to wrap up an action packed chapter. I am curious as to what technology Janeway would be willing to part with, especially given the nuances of the prime directive. Unfortunately, Caprica gets away, but there's an even bigger bitch out there that hasn't put in an appearance yet. So who runs into the Borg Queen first?
| AlbertG chapter 5 . 10/3/2010
Okay, have you given up on this?
| Dark Vizard447 chapter 6 . 8/2/2010
AWESOME! I love Star Trek/BSG crossovers.