|Reviews for The Mission Stays the Same|
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 21 . 12/27/2020
Cat has comms? She told a cat to run off but to pay attention to comms? What?
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 20 . 12/27/2020
Using the word retarded? Lame. Not even world building, just useless words used to fill some space.
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 19 . 12/27/2020
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 18 . 12/27/2020
Your betas suck ass. You suck ass. You wrote Thane like a totally different person he might as well not be Thane anymore. Rename him to ‘shit’ or something. Then the fucking cat again man, Jesus fucking Christ, you goddamn furry fuck. This story is a bunch of mindless dribble. Seriously, I can see why you abandoned this story. Hot garbage mate.
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 16 . 12/26/2020
A fucking cat? Really? This shit boutta get lame as hell
| Fiction Terrorist chapter 13 . 12/26/2020
Yeah this story is kinda shit but I got nothing else to read right now so fuck you
| Bearmauls chapter 7 . 12/20/2020
That is an interesting development with Jack. I hope it doesn't draw too much story focus, though.
| Bearmauls chapter 6 . 12/20/2020
Kinda sad there wasn't a scene of Gallardi being surprised/curious about biotics. It would seem different to what he's seen of psykers.
Also, couldn't anybody go out in a vacsuit and remove the Cerberus logos? Don't need a full drydock.
| Bearmauls chapter 4 . 12/20/2020
Shepard seemed a bit... unconcerned with the fact that an alien she just met was obviously reading the minds of those around her.
| Samuel Warshaw chapter 28 . 12/8/2020
Dude, totally awesome, only problem is update times, I just wish they were more frequent. Otherwise, completely epic.
| A MNE POHUI chapter 28 . 12/7/2020
cant wait for the suicide mission. i'll play space marine dawn of war quotes while reading it.
| john777 chapter 27 . 12/6/2020
| Guest chapter 23 . 12/6/2020
I ship Maeteris and August
| gods-own chapter 28 . 12/6/2020
good chapter, can't wait for more
| Axccel chapter 28 . 12/5/2020
The power packs are lost technology. The Mechanicus can build them and scale them but even back in the Great Crusade they had no idea how the things work. They somehow absorb ambient energy of any kind to produce more energy than they absorb, do not produce more than their capacity, never lose charge, and never wear out from the charge itself causing degradation but can from sheer age degrading the materials. It's basically techno-sorcery in a potentially literal way. This is also why the Mechanicus gets pissy when soldiers use them as emergency grenades (even though instructions for it are in the Uplifting Primer).
Also, keep their grubby alien appendages off of man's holy wargear. Especially with how the Citadel government treats its members throughout its shitty history. They're the epitome of parasite, the Flood should take notes. I mean, yeah when the Reaper thing happen then sharing the tech would be better than extinction or worse, Reaperfication, but at this time the Citadel doesn't believe the Reapers exist and so will blissfully abuse any weapons they get without belief that it could cause future problems.
It's amusing that the Farseer is bothered that she wants to help. At this point she's the Eldar equivalent of going naked and slathering herself with mud and leaves to dance around a fire going "ooga booga!" Such a barbarian.
Speaking of Eldar, in the lore the War Mask is what makes them mindlessly cruel assholes (we can assume that for Farseers, it's their skills boosting their already astronomical egos to genuinely psychotic levels, same with Warlocks). The thing about the War Mask is that the lore goes into saying the Eldar are actually an extremely kind and sympathetic species who care deeply for all life. The War Mask makes them the complete opposite of that and it's almost unheard of for any non-Eldar to encounter an Eldar who is not wearing a War Mask (or is a Farseer or Warlock, who are just super assholes). Eldar psychology cannot handle harming other beings and the stress of combat without a War Mask or else the experiences risk twisting them a-la Dark Eldar. Basically, the experiences are so horrible for them that they snap and go full Joker on the Gotham that is the 40K galaxy. Some Eldar have peeked behind their War Masks and been utterly horrified by themselves.
Yes, in true 40K grimdark fashion the happy-kind-loving-"I want to make everyone happy"-while-also-being-hot-as-fuck species...are the most cold blooded kill-happy species of the setting's "sane" breeds. Because their own goodness is so strong that they'll break and become torture-happy maniacs without their War Mask. As a result, they don't do any good in the galaxy and are just another faction of mass-murdering monsters to add to all the rest. And in delicious irony, it makes them murder-happy maniacs instead of torture-happy maniacs. Yay. But since the trade-off that they're not another population of Dark Eldar is worth it. Extra irony that this means their leadership, which are the Farseers and warrior Exarchs, are largely super egotists and insane murder-monsters leading a bunch of My Little Ponies: Space Elf Edition hopefuls around the galaxy to kill people. This also means that invasions of Craftworlds means the invaders are killing tons of saint-like beings because the murder-monster ones are their only experiences. And Warlocks then apply a form of War Mask to the populace so they can fight as Guardians, all but proving the public view of the Eldar as true.
Talk about damned if you do, damned if you don't.