|Reviews for One Purpose|
| Flamingcheesepie chapter 4 . 1/27
Lol. Also, Bosh'tet is the equivalent of idiot for Quarians.
| HecatonchiresLM chapter 4 . 9/25/2013
| EoP chapter 4 . 9/13/2013
Good story, though it feels a bit blocky. It doesn't "flow" well at times, meaning some things are too sudden when you seemed to be heading in a different direction, or were nonsensical to me the reader. The characters are "in character" though. The whole Shepard blaming Chief was a bit hard to swallow. When contacts come, you take cover. Chief took a step further, and drew fire off of his teammates. That would allow the teammates to not get pinned down in the firefight. I mean, you said there were some 180 mechs? Even if only 20 were there, that's a lot of guns aimed at you if you decide to peek from cover. Getting pinned down is the worst, it means you can't do jack unless you wanna get shot. So grouping together in that situation was probably the worst thing to do, since the Atlas would had had time bought to deploy the missiles without getting shot at by three by the normal Fenrir mechs. Shields allow you to peek from cover a little and all, but really are you going to risk it? Chances are the shields will fall and you'll die if enough of those 20 shots hit you.
I'll rely on you for the MAC stuff, in the end it doesn't really matter. They might had mined the minerals from it from "useless" planets, but even then it's unsure. The Forerunners probably fabricated materials from near nothing, hard light protected Chief from a nuclear explosion point blank and they could make whole rooms out of pure hard light. That just speaks levels of their ridiculous nature.
But technologically on Halo Tier, I would put Council as Tier Three or Two. They rely so heavily on Zero, that it's their source for even artificial gravity. They cant manipulate metals at the molecular level even, the Silaris is simply made out of better stuff than Titanium and squished together by Mass Effect. They've come to lose the innovation needed to have some important Halo tech like terraforming and AI. The Covenant War actually forced Humanity to jump from Three to Two in terms of Tier. I'm not really sure if Protheans were Tier One, the example being Forerunners and Original Humanity. I would say no though, since being on that level implies they could had created the Citadel on their own, and we all know that's not true. The Leviathans are obviously Tier Zero, but at a more biological than technological ability. They accelerated life biologically and made AI technologically, so it goes to show the natural evolution of Technology is making AI, all other civilizations short cut and stagnated because of the Reaper cycle.
| Jason123456 chapter 4 . 7/21/2013
interesting story sorry to you stop writing
| BenRG chapter 4 . 6/17/2013
Rule #1 for surviving in the galaxy - If someone is uninvolved in your business, let them stay uninvolved. You have no way of knowing if you'll survive ruining their day. That Asari /might/ have realised that just before John used her face as a ketchup sachet.
| BenRG chapter 2 . 6/17/2013
I've no doubt that Miranda will be drooling at the SPARTAN-II bio-enhancements and will be literally tripping over herself to send these to The Illusive Man.
| TheJoe241 chapter 4 . 4/7/2013
Its a great idea i just wish that you will update the story soon.
| J.E.P 1996 chapter 4 . 3/24/2013
Have you died?
Or have you forgotten?
| BRG9327 chapter 4 . 2/19/2013
Great fic, please don't abandon it.
| NoGutsNoGlory chapter 4 . 12/21/2012
Naw your writing is much too good for that.
| Lazurman chapter 4 . 9/14/2012
Phenominal work! Can't wait to read more!
| Skipper311 chapter 4 . 7/30/2012
I hope this isn't dead.
| Commissar Critical chapter 4 . 5/21/2012
Did you copy this from somewhere and change the chracters and scenarios?
| Felixia chapter 4 . 3/23/2012
y'know, I found it refreshing that your Spartan-117 was all like 'we come in peace' and also shared UNSC technology with Sheppard, but this easygoing attitude does not explain just WHERE did you get the notion that John-117, man who was ranked Petty Chief and led all the other Spartans as a TEAM leader would be so gung-ho lonely wolf and go off on his own without regard for the team he was in. Granted, he must have been used to other set of abilities from his subordinates, but that's just ridiculous.
You just lost me. I must say that your Chief is just too OOC for me to take. Bye.
| Angry Santo chapter 4 . 12/3/2011
Good story, good pacing, a plausible reason for a Spartan to be in the ME-verse. And good grammar. I must say, this is quite good.
I do think you have managed to catch the many social Faux pas that a Spartan would cause. They really do not know how to act around people (mind you the S-III had a little bit more practice, but the Chief sure as hell didn't).
The only thing I disliked about your story so far, is the lack of a 'next chapter' button, keep up the good work.