|Reviews for The Price of Unity|
| TheBobcat18 chapter 1 . 9/11
Wow... what an incredible intro. The dialogue caught my interest and held me there. This is a great concept and I look forward to reading more!
| A Connoisseur chapter 8 . 4/28
As I was trying to say, I know this is ok and likely abandoned. However the empire despite its faults was for a Human much better than the perceived benevolent Republic. Although the Republic did not participate in slavery directly it none the less did little to nothing to stop it. In fact, the UNSC and Galactic empire have so much in common, human centricity I wonder why no one has seen that they would likely be allies.
| A Connoisseur chapter 7 . 4/28
I know this is old and likely abandoned, but the Galactic Empire I a lot less evil than the so percieved benevolant republic
| jacksld850 chapter 7 . 10/20/2015
Minor nitpick bit your Super MAC yields are inconsistent. In one chapter they go just under half the speed of light, in anther, they're going 20000 km/s (20000/300000 is less than 10% c) also it seems like you're going back and forth on whether they're gigatons or teratons.
| BottomKek404 chapter 1 . 10/12/2015
The author is ded not big souprice
| Zues Killer Productions chapter 20 . 4/11/2015
Well...I think the Empire has just fucked up.
| Slayer 10321 chapter 7 . 10/9/2014
CHRIST! YOU ADDED DEAD SPACE YOU CRAZY BASTARD!? SWEET LORD! I applaud your insanity and am looking forward to your story eventually updating!
| DamionKenley117 chapter 7 . 6/29/2014
... What the hell. Some of those incident centers goals are terrifying. What the hell are they expecting? What are they guarding against? What is the aberration?
| Guest chapter 4 . 5/6/2014
Strangely this is dull...
I feel like I'm reading this because I have to and not because of interest and curiosity like I wished it should have been...
| WildCard-Yes Man chapter 1 . 5/4/2014
Star wars civilizations are their 2. They are absolutely no where close to forunner levels of tech.
| Guest chapter 7 . 4/19/2014
Is it just me or is this story getting a bit scp
| Lay Down Hunter chapter 20 . 4/15/2014
It's been a long 1 to 2 weeks, bah ha ha ha.
| Samuel chapter 19 . 2/11/2014
Hey well I hate to say this but your logic for this story doesn't fit it's good but if you actually research the unscs only official new ship you will realize that they had better shielding than the covenant before the Great War ended and just look at infinity it can ram a covenant ship with shields the only ship I know who did that was the Iroquois in halo fall of reach and even then the ship was practically dead after also the unsc could make a nova bomb which could destroy a planet in a month whilst it took the empire 20 years to make a super weapon with the same if you whatch Star Wars the clone wars and the original trilogy you will realize that Star Wars ships in comics are said to have shielding but after whatching them I've decided that that's either a lie or the shields are shit
| Samuel chapter 7 . 1/30/2014
I love the centers although I would like to know the weapon specs in future chapters
| EffervescentNova chapter 2 . 1/26/2014
I couldn't even finish this chapter it was so daft. Sangheili Spartans? Nonsense.
Halsey was not the origin of the Spartans, she was merely the coordinator of the Spartan 2s. The 2 should've been the first clue. The augmentations required can only be used on Humans, by definition. Even then the pool of candidates was so small due to the specific requirements of the program, though oddly in the books there are females in the program even though their morphology and genetic code is vastly different, (having a completely separate chromosome), the idea that you could do the same thing with Sangheili is ridiculous. Second, Spartans were built to be both indomitable and incorruptably loyal. Sangheili are loyal to, you guessed it, Sangheilios, not Earth, not the UEG, not UNSC or ONI, ONI would never sanction such a project, indeed they would actively and ruthlessly oppose it. (They were also to old to be chosen in this way and belong to the same creche which runs against the idea of selection).
I can't read anymore of this, I can tell it's going to be a very uneven and almost random story. In the first two chapters you've just randomly altered the Halo universe and Humanities motivations without plausable explaination. The same goes for the Sangheili who aren't very Sangheili like in their speech or behavior.