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Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from Hawke
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I've read this whole thing from chapter 1 book 1, and I have enjoyed every minute of it...please update soon...
Review By [Hawke] • Date [20 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from Celestrail
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Good chapter as always. Please update soon.
Review By [Celestrail] • Date [5 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from CPTSkip
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I just finished rereading all of Book 2 that you've written. Whoo whee, what a great story. Your logical extrapolations of both the X-COM game's and the Star Gate universe's technology is mind boggling. And just nifty. Thank you for continuing your updating. Nice bit of foreshadowing about even worse enemies to show up when the United Worlds finally kick the Snake's, Lego's from Hell, Space Vampire's, and all the rest of Humanities' enemies collective asses. Terran Empire? It has a nice sound to it. Then X-COM and other military units could become Imperial Legions or even Imperial Marines. I think Jack would have an orgasm if he became an Imperial Admiral in the Imperial Terran Star Fleet. Lol!
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [8 May 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from sdavidm
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Great part. I think you're making great use of the tech found in the SG universe, better than the show did anyway. The phasing tech in particular has tremendous advantages, as you demonstrate in the Wraith battle.

Curious hint about the "greater threat" that the Alterans scrubbed from their database. I never understood why they would do that. Surely knowing and understanding such threats is the only way to prevent their resurgence.
Review By [sdavidm] • Date [4 May 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from draconis
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Great update! Thanks.

And the general-case Tok'ra arrogance/prejudice is thus confirmed. The Tok'ra want a subservient/slave host every bit as much as the Goa'uld...only instead of forced to be a host, they volunteer to be a host based on ignorance, and the Tok'ra will mould the 'simple' hosts.

At least the Goa'uld are honest about it.

Has anyone ever raised the possibility of creating and using 'blank' human clones for Tok'ra hosts? I don't know if that would actually be consistent with canon or whether the host has to have some set of language/etc skills already in place to be useful. But from everything I've seen about Goa'uld/Tok'ra, they can run the body even when the host is unconscious/asleep.

So as long as everything is "working" that suggests that a matured (but not yet educated/moralized/socialized) clone should work for them...and they wouldn't be bothered by that "pesky" human influence. Kind of like Clone Troopers in Star Wars?
Review By [draconis] • Date [4 May 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from eriktheviking
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Another mega update with great action and the phase cloaked ship hiding inside the moon was pure genius. Kudos to you.
Review By [eriktheviking] • Date [3 May 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from misterq
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Awesome! I was wondering when the next installment would come and it did not dissapoint.
Love the Wraith Queen channeling Admiral Akbar, all the new tech waiting to be integrated, and can't wait for Janus' face when all the hive ships he's been so afraid of have been taken care of. And hopefully, they won't thing of doing a colony drop - trying to ram Atlantis with a few Hive ships, although given their disposable tech nature... It's nice to see Nirrti finding useful work that she enjoys. Someone needs to vivisect those pesky aqui-aliens. Too bad Repli-Carter can't be trusted enough to ally herself with Earth in exchange for raw material and a crack at new tech... unless, that is, she's sneakily setting up her 'allies'. :D
As to what lies in phase shifted space... whoa... is it the Old Ones? The progenitors to the aquatoids? The litinious Ori? The upbeat Orz 'fingers'? Inquiring minds want to know. Great job!
Review By [misterq] • Date [3 May 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from AlphaOmegaProtocol
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Awesome!
VR training ftw, and intars are a nice touch too. Wraith totally got frakked! :D I'm interested to see what will happen with the Asurans as they're my favorite faction/race in SG.

So is there going to be a third book/series then or do you just mean that in further chapter updates?

Hope you're able to update soon!
Review By [AlphaOmegaProtocol] • Date [3 May 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from Dragonelf
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I am glad that you got inspired to update this story and I think you did a good job with the new chapter.

By the way will we see anything from the Stargate Universe series in your story?

::Gives the plot bunny a slice of Apple Fritters::

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Review By [Dragonelf] • Date [3 May 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Nineteen" from Arekanderu
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Poor Wraith. They just can't catch a break. . I am beyond happy that you are updating again. I can't wait for the next chapter
Review By [Arekanderu] • Date [3 May 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Eighteen" from LeoNielson
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I know that the @$$hole Asgard don't show up until Season 5, but with the Aquatoid's pushing the Wraith, I don't think it's out of bounds to throw the Pegasus Asgard into the fight. The one we saw outside his/her/its armor had an implant in his head - you could use that to say that they have the same techno-pathic abilities as their creators.

Also, I know it's way off in Season 3, but I was wondering what will happen to the Tria - the Aurora-class ship rigged to go 99.9% the speed of light in the Season 3 mid-season two-parter 'The Return'. Please tell me that the X-COM folks aren't going to leave a perfectly good starship floating in intergalactic space. With the resources possessed by XSGCOM it shouldn't be too difficult to repair the hyperdrive - Ancient Hyperdrives were supposed to be the best in the known universe.

Just some thoughts.
Comments from author:
The Pegasus Asgard (Vanir) will be showing up sooner than in canon and The Tria will be salvaged.
Review By [LeoNielson] • Date [18 Apr 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Eighteen" from Sdarian
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This has been another awesome story. I'd have to say that both this and the previous story are the best SG stories I've ever come across. Great job on them!

I'm really looking forward to reading more of this. Keep up the good work!
Comments from author:
Thanks :-)
Review By [Sdarian] • Date [14 Mar 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Eighteen" from Questara
Review:
Well its been a couple of months since the last update, and since, I just started season 2 of sga I figured i'd reread this. Hope to see more soon, and I love your space battles.
Comments from author:
Hope you like the latest space battle then :-)
Review By [Questara] • Date [12 Mar 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Eighteen" from Ravenwing
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Fantastic story, and an incredibly well thought out cross over, especially with things like psionics. More of a stargate person myself, and personally, I always wanted to see Earth start an alliance of all the human worlds to rival the goa'uld.

If I might make a suggestion, perhaps have Earth sell the BC-303 plans to other advanced human worlds? Part of the problem is that Earth just doesn't have the shipyards to build as many ships as the goa'uld. The 303 is much more powerful than any Ha'tak, and doesn't include all the Asgard upgrades that the 304 does. Earth would still be a generation of warship ahead, could probably leave a small contingent on their allies' ships, and Humanity could build a fleet that could smash even the Ori Cruisers with ease. Even have the thing be a surprise, as if this has been happening for some time, give the other worlds time to build the ships, and deploy them in the big replicator-earth-ba'al-System lords battle I can only hope is going to happen!
Comments from author:
Avengers are more cost-effective really (more to come on that).
Review By [Ravenwing] • Date [21 Jan 11] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Eighteen" from LordBilbanes
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This has been a good chapter. I like how well the good guys kicked the Wraith's asses. What I am really looking forward to finding out is what will come from Loki's offer to ally with Earth and what exactly he is offering to obtain said alliance.
Comments from author:
X-COM would tell Loki to get stuffed. Too much history.
Review By [LordBilbanes] • Date [15 Jan 11] • Not Rated
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