|Reviews for A Technological Singularity|
| PatrolAllThots chapter 15 . 12/1
Really fucking shit the interactions are just garbage what is this, EXTREMELY drawn out, not exciting at all, way too much fucking pointless dialogue that serves no purpose.
I give up.
| PatrolAllThots chapter 14 . 12/1
WALLLLLL OFFF TEXXXXXXXXXXXXXT!
Seriously i can't read this shit, also it takes 14 goddam chapters to actually get to the first contact, i just skipped everything before hand.
| darklight66 chapter 22 . 9/8
interesting story im curious to see how the mass effect galexy reacts to the borg
| Guest chapter 9 . 8/17
Getting kind of silly tbh.
| LordGhostStriker chapter 4 . 8/13
Oh god, Thurgood is a pot head spokesman.
| KE12 chapter 22 . 6/12
Well I've enjoyed this unique story, and hope you finish it some day. Cheers for the read.
| Annoy mouse chapter 12 . 3/19
I hope you actually use transporter duplication of stuff. Building and cloning nearly instantaneously from raw resources and energy should definitely be exploited.
| Annoy mouse chapter 9 . 3/19
Really confused. I mean, I get that you want the Borg complete with random cybernetics hanging off them, but at least have the 'public' drones looking photogenic and appealing.
It's not that difficult and they aren't that alien that they cannot grasp this basic aspect of human manipulation.
Going 'Full Borg' just seems silly. You could have the public concerned because there are leaked pictures of modified worker drones behind the scenes, where appearances don't matter, but at least the public ones should be appealing visually.
Same with with emotions. Emulation isn't that hard, they have the memories and brainpower and there are already decent models of emotions, facial expressions, vocal ranges, etc
You could have it that they simply don't bother when not in public, and this freaks people out.
| Annoy mouse chapter 10 . 3/19
A hivemind, nanobots, fusion reactors, a space elevator, quantum supercomputers, a colony on the moon, and they couldn't just spin the ships to simulate gravity until they got 'gravity manipulation'?
Frankly I expected Mercury to be partway assimilated by now with the beginnings of a Dyson Swarm.
Wondering why, since they have nanobots that can do brain surgery and body repairs, he's frail at all.
Repaired body, implants, exosuit, etc
| Guest chapter 22 . 1/8
... wow read chapter one then read this...is it even the same story? Your obsessed with charecter dialog thats for sure but at least there used to be a point to it and the unending conversation at least had a point and made sense...now its just boring filler crap! Write a different story instead of butchering the once o one you first started! Borg my ass a bunch a talking pathetic noobs
| Blackholelord chapter 22 . 12/4/2016
I want to say one thing, so much time was focus on the past, that it became to much originality that you lost control and interest. I had always figure out that you will likely abandon this story. As I read it, I had this feeling at the length of time it was taking for the background, which could have been written in Codex, it caused me to believe that you would never finish it. When I first got this feeling, it was by the third chapter long ago. I kept following it and hoping that you would wise up and move to the good stuff. But when the First Contact War came about, and the time you were spending on writing it, I knew this would be likely abandoned. I am not sure when you started writing, were you in school or collage, but I bet that life got to you, heck new games could have done the same thing. This is my last review for this story. It was a good idea, but the background was overwhelming that it got boring, not something I would place in adventure category.
| Greatazuredragon chapter 22 . 11/28/2016
Very nice story so far, great work.
| Greatazuredragon chapter 18 . 11/28/2016
How dare the Turians invade Ba Sing Se! Don't they know?
"There is no war in Ba Sing Se." ;p
| Greatazuredragon chapter 9 . 11/28/2016
Oh God. I laugheted so much reading this!
| Greatazuredragon chapter 3 . 11/28/2016
Really interesting story so far, good work.