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UNSC vs REBEL Alliance: The Fight (part 1)
    U.N.S.C. vs Rebel Alliance
A Halo vs Star Wars Fight

So how would this fight between these two armies begin? Why would it begin? Whose fault would it be? Should we create an opening text crawl? And who would fire the first shots? These are the type of questions we needed to ask when preparing a fight like this. Setting up the cause for this fight would help determine its outcome. 

We imagine the UNSC would be in the midst of conflict with the Covenant and this war spreading throughout our galaxy. This would eventually spill into a new galaxy, the Star Wars galaxy.
The Galaxy would be currently embroiled in its own conflict, the Galactic Civil War. For while none of the factions at war were aware of the other and UNSC/Covenant would keep its war isolated to the UNKNOWN REGIONS. These regions having been uncharted by any major faction thus far would seemingly conceal b
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UNSC vs REBEL Alliance: Ground Vehicles

"A military vehicle is a type of vehicle that includes all land combat and transportation vehicles, which are designed for or are significantly used by military forces. Many military vehicles have vehicle armour plate or off-road capabilities or both.A broad definition of the term may include naval vessels such as destroyers and military aircraft such as fighter jets & medevac helicopters. Under the Geneva Conventions, all non-combatant military vehicles such as field ambulances and mobile first aid stations must be properly and clearly marked as such. In theory under the conventions, such vehicles are then legally immune from deliberate attack by all combatants."-wikipedia
One of the most essential components for either of these armies is its utilization of vehicles. Whether for reconnaissance, assault, transport, or destruction, any vehicle can provide its army with a much needed advantage in battle. For this category, we
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UNSC vs Rebel Alliance:
Units, Troops, Soldiers

Jumping from weapons to infantry, the choice as to which faction receives an edge relies on such critical factors like combat tactics, battlefield experience, dominance, and training. How would terrain play a factor? Would it at all? Would one faction work in one environment better than the other? 

Lets start with the UNSC. These Marines and Special forces units bring in a ton of experience and training. A rugged and diverse assortment of well equipped and well trained men and women, one of the Marine Corps' most notable conflicts was fighting a losing war. 
If you want a real life equivalent to the UNSC, you really should look at our modern day armed forces. Soldiers that are trained for war, ready for battle, and can be deployed at a moment’s notice to any part of the world. 
Marines are an infantry force taske
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UNSC vs Rebel Alliance: Weapons
UNSC vs Rebel Alliance

All data, research, and claims made in the prelude and analysis were done so from a non-bias nor will any prior existing prejudice influence or impact the results of this match. I do not own the rights to either HALO or STAR WARS.
It all started with two legendary characters summoned from the depths of myths and epics…
Armed with their tools of war, these two warriors rewrote history…
Then, the heroes and villains from the pages of fiction were brought to life…
Their weapons, armor, and skills tested to see who would win a battle to the death…
All of which culminating in a war between two of the biggest franchises in media today.
Star Wars
Both of these franchises helped redefine modern culture toda
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X-Men Vs Avengers (films)
Which does it better?

It seems like you can't go the average interval in between  breaths without hearing the the words “Superhero”, “Comic Book”, and "Live-Action-Movie” in the same sentence. What started with as a novel (Novel… lol) concept has easily become one of the most profitable cash grabs for studios across the map sense the advent of sliced bread. With three major comic books companies vying for world supremacy and legions of fan boys ready to commit seppuku at a moment’s notice, one would think this has gotten a bit out of hand.
At the heart of all this, we have Marvel the home to such memorable characters as Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk, and Iron Man. Such marketable characters have taken their place in our current generation and for most of us, we
learned to enjoy them despite the occasional Age of Ultron and the entire Thor Franc
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Assassins Creed vs Dark Brotherhood
You know, I feel like I needed to tweak the previous image a little to show everybody my plans for the Assassin's Order versus the Dark Brotherhood.
Personally speaking, I hate seeing people who simply post random Death Battle ideas pitting two or more characters that have nothing in common. Ideas, whose sole purpose are for page views but with very little effort put behind the fight itself. The same people who post 50 ideas week but never actually do anything.

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UNSC vs Rebel Alliance 

Part II

Rebel Alliance vs UNSC by DarkSpartan1000

And now… we’ve seen the Rebel Alliance and U.N.S.C. square off multiple times throughout the galaxy and at this stage of war, the only way one side would obtain absolute victory is through the almost unconditional surrender of the other faction. After almost six years of conflict, the galaxy is ready for this crisis to be over. Both armies are exhausted after years of war and can see that the end is in sight. After combing through all intercepted Rebel data, U.N.S.C. High Command decided on one last assault. An attack to capture a high valued Rebel Target. 

Mustering whatever units and forces they can gather, the U.N.S.C. planned a massive invasion of the planet, Alderaan…

Stationed on the planet itself, a large band of Rebel Forces prepare to escort several of its most prominent leaders

Bail Organa, senator of Alderaan and one of the founding members of the Rebel Alliance is considered to be a high priority target. Without his wealth funding the Alliance, many presume that the Rebellion would have ended long ago. Garrisoned on his home world is a large fighting force of Rebel troops and pilots. Should the Senator be captured, the Rebel Alliance will be cut off from any financial support and would collapse soon after. Like the Battle of Hoth, the Rebels will be on the defensive. 

Factoring everything into this fight, I'd say that this would be a decisive battle for one faction. 

A long time ago...
In a galaxy far, far away...


Intergalactic chaos has spread throughout
the galaxy as the military might of the
UNSC clashes with the fierce determination of
the REBEL ALLIANCE in a war of the ages. 

Devastation runs rampant on every planet.

After six years of war, both armies have
endured the worst in conflict with almost
no end in sight. Yet, in one last valiant

attempt at ending this conflict, the High

Command of the UNSC has decided to 

strike the planet of Alderaan.

Garrisoned on the planet, stands a large band 

Rebel forces. Armed and vigilant, these soldiers

unknowingly arm themselves for the battle to

decide the fate of the Galaxy… 

It was about eight in the morning when the UNSC ordered a small fleet of Kodiaks to set up a series of artillery barrages in the event they are needed against any opposition. The Rebels had no idea of this attack until this very moment. One of the scouts failed to report into command earlier that morning and could have easily reported the UNSC’s impending attack to the Rebel forces. 

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On this morning, more than 15,000 men and women of the UNSC’s 17th Marine Division were dropped onto the planet of Alderaan. Their tasks, storm the Aldera Royal Palace, halt any of the Rebellion’s Operations in the system, and capture any of the Rebel High Command.

“With these Rebels, no one seemed like they could actually lead a squad of troops with any effectiveness. They were a group of wild cards, each one with their own goals in combat.”

It never mattered whether they had any intel or knowledge of the local militia, security, or armies the planet may have had… 

What mattered was they should be prepared to for whatever they may face.

Comprised of almost three thousand Marines, the first troops to hit the planet had to be landed by the countless dropships known as Pelicans.

Between the landing zone and their target was almost fifty five miles of dense undergrowth, twenty four miles of hazardous mountains ranges, jagged cliff-sides, and frigid terrain. Past the ordeal of Alderaan’s peeks, valleys, and mountains, there stood fifteen thousand Rebel soldiers with an unknown number of day and weeks (if not months) of whatever defenses and traps the Rebellion had set up.

For the Rebellion, they would be faced with a trained and experienced opposition.

“There was a lot going on at that battle. Naturally. Its damn near impossible to remember it all as it actually happened. It all blurs together but I do remember one moment… A couple of us more experienced guys were teaching the ropes to some of these new guys. 
I say new because these little nerf herders couldn’t be older than fourteen. We had taken these new recruits out for some early morning target practice out in the jungle and we were about four or five miles out from the city.
It was very hot that morning… so after about an hour or two of target practice, you know, we’d be decide to cool off a bit in the shade and we just got the point where we stopped practicing and started chatting.
And on a day like this it was easy to be distracted. Beautiful day, hot… but beautiful. For almost a split second I forgot we were in a war and at that moment, my mind had shifted from these rumors of this UNSC military force and the Empire, to getting back to base for a quick shower and some fresh food. That was a mistake. That was always a mistake.
So as we began back to base, one of the new guys hopped up on this fallen wall and did a little balancing act walking while heading down the path. Then I heard this faint booming sound.
It was kind of like this very faint… pow… pow… pow.
And then I realized that we were under attack. I turned to the others and shouted that we were under fire. And about that time, this one shot hit this old tree about 30 meters away from us. The wind must have swayed the shot because we should have been dead. That or it was a warning shot.”
“After the first blast, I knew I was wounded, nothing too bad but I’d need a medic at some point. This happened within first few moments of the battle. The next thing I knew I was being dragged towards one of the first line of barricades. When I snapped back into reality, I found myself propped behind these walls with a blaster in my hand. And I could see about 20 feet away this one dumb droid just screaming.
It was this Protocol Droid. I shouted for it to take cover, but by that time this huge blast landed a perfect shot on it. Wasn’t hard to miss. It was -laughs- it was an eyesore to be sure.”

The Kodiaks had launched a preliminary assault on the outer defenses of the city. A few shots from these massive artillery cannons partially leveled the city’s walls, sending multiple Rebel soldiers through the air. The explosions soon left several holes in the city’s perimeter for the UNSC to send their troops through. The Sargent Major overlooking the battle had the Kodiaks to stand down and cease fire. The blast had already caused damage to the residences of the city and the risk of collateral losses prevented them being utilized any further. Instead, he ordered the first wave of troops to make their way to the city.

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 As the UNSC deployed the first wave of Elephants towards the city parameter. Designed to safely transport troop,s the M313 Elephant was, tasked to deliver armed personnel, equipment, and various light vehicles to and from the frontline. Heavy, slow and bulky, these massive transports had to cover a distance of roughly five miles. Armored or not, these colossal carriers slowly carried each a payload of roughly twenty five of the UNSC’s finest across the terrain of Alderaan.

But months, if not years, of preparation on the Rebel Alliances part was about to be put to the test…

“The Elephant stopped right there. Must have hit something pretty big in if stopped our ride and soon the doors would open and I’d get glimpse at the world around us. As the doors slowly opened lowered, I remembered that we were at least two-hundred yards from these ruins and we needed to get closer. At this distance, we’d have to act fast and take cover. These Rebels would have dug themselves into the ground and we needed to buy ourselves as much protection as possible. I told the driver, "Try to get us in further." He screamed he couldn't. That man had more guts than all of us but at this point, he couldn't get us moving. With a sigh I shouted for him to get the doors opened now and that we’d have make it on foot.
We had been trained for years to watch our step when getting off the Elephant, less we get run over by it. But with the beast stuck, we were allowed the brief lapse in protocol. So as we charged out of the front, I remember looking off to my right and seeing part of Bravo Team in one of hose Troop transports about seventeen meters away next to us. It just sped past us and a I could see, maybe seven guys piled into that Warthog. I managed to catch a brief whiff of a Sweet Williams Cigar and I knew that Staff Sargent Mike Simmons was on it.
He’s was a good friend. That ‘Hog’ must have been about about thirty feet away from us when it took a direct hit. With the world moving so quickly, I couldn’t recall if it was a rocket or mine. I couldn’t help but shout out loud, “There goes the neighborhood.” It was humid, unbearably humid, I felt like I lost thirty pounds in the the first moments of running.
I was one of the last ones off the Elephant and I remember checking to see if I had a full clip in my rifle. And I did. So I checked my pistol and I did… I was stalling and I knew it. I then caught the sound of the driver yelling  at me to get out and close up the Elephant. I took a single step outside when without warning, a blast threw me out into the open. I looked back to see this fireball shoot up some 30 or 40 feet through the air, tearing into our ride. Then I heard the screams of the driver warning me to get clear. A fire broke out below and smoke poured out of the gaping hole torn by the flames. As I ran, I could hear the Elephant’s horn bellowing.
Running through the terrain wasn’t really anything new for us, we’ve run the drills. We were trained for this. We all were. But it felt like stepping onto the first blade of grass painted a target on everyone because then the Rebels hit us with everything, turrets, mortar's, lasers, and just… everything. Terror just… hit me as I gazed horrified at the burned and bleeding… frantically rushing and in running I forgot what was going on. Until I saw someone not that far away.
At the time I didn’t care who it was I just was happy to see someone. I tried shouting at him and I thought he heard me. He turned his head in my general direction and I began to move towards him. I was stumbling through the dirt and mud, I didn’t even notice the blaster bolts that nearly hit me. But I was a few meters away from the guy when he began walking away. I called to him. I never got his name nor did I get a look at his face. It must have been some kind of land mine because he was there one moment and… -sighs- he then was all over the place. past me trying to get away from the blinding fire and smoke. I realized I was all by myself. Despite all the shouting and gunfire, I was alone.”

The Rebel ground forces would now began to unleash a barrage of artillery and mortar fire towards the approaching UNSC Elephants. Slowly, but surely, this first wave plowed through the terrain, making their way towards the city. Most of this wave would have been dealt severe damage from any anti-vehicle encampments or mines. Most of these transports wouldn’t make it past the city’s outer defenses, instead they would become burning heaps of twisted metal left on the battlefield. 

To add to the resistance facing these transports, the Rebel had also dispersed a large number of anti-vehicle land mines. A single mine didn’t stop an Elephant, but with the combined firepower of the turret emplacements, this made the massive vehicles nothing less that slow moving targets. 

Rebel turret fire would have made any major advancement almost impossible for the first few waves of UNSC ground forces. The more experienced gunners would have been able to repel any incoming UNSC marine troops charging from behind cover. However, reports of turret overheating was quite common amongst the more “trigger happy” recruits.

Before long, UNSC troops of the first wave were forced to take shelter in the burned out wreckages of the Elephant transports. Casualties of the first few waves of these troops were going to be quite staggering in the initial moments of battle.

This was done so as to inflict maximum damage towards any outside threat before they could breach the city limits. The Rebellion’s resourcefulness would be put to the test. While they weapon placements weren’t the state of the art gear used by the Empire, the Rebel’s had to rely on what was available to them.

"You don't talk of about death or dying... especially when you know you were charging into war. You don't talk about the things you may miss in your absence, even if it was a joke.
By never addressing these thoughts, we felt that we'd never have to be confronted with them. So in the Elephant, we just sat there. Keeping our thoughts to ourselves and pretending the worst would never happen."

In the midst of the city, almost two miles from the front line stood one of the Rebellion’s massive anti-air turrets. Hidden, for the most part from, enemy’s scanners the crew of this massive weapon received word that they were to be on high alert for any signs of UNSC air-craft. If any were to be spotted, they were to be shot out of the sky. 

"I was one of the fortunate ones. I have my training. I have seen war. I was ready to fight once again. Blaster Rifle in hand, because those turrets weren't quite my style, I saw the UNSC forces mobilizing near the wreckage of those massive transports. Those massive, clunky, and slow moving transports. I imagine that quite a few of those transports became the final resting place for a number of them. Those troops unable to get out, that is. I actually tried ordering my men not to fire on those who were struggling to get out of those burning vehicles. 
Wether or not they heard me, I guess I will never know. Personally, I think they did ignore that order. A bunch of new recruits ready to kill in the name of a cause."

For the most part, the Battle of Alderaan began as primarily a ground campaign. While the UNSC did have the means to level the city if they needed to, the Rebellion had set up a defense grid of anti-air turrets. The UNSC’s slower moving aircraft would have been easy pickings for the Rebel troops. A small group of Hornets would have proven this the hard way. With their ships plummeting onto the streets below, the UNSC would be forced to find a way into the city and disable those defenses. To do this, they needed to get their troops past the heavy concentration of turret fire they where being dealt.

Unwilling to risk civilian casualties, the Sargent Major in charge ordered all Kodaiks to stand down. Faced with two choices, the Sargent was being forced to make a hard call… They would need to call in to hold out until the anti air turrets were destroyed.

“On that morning, none of us expected that the UNSC would have reached Alderaan. Sure, they hadn’t any reason to invade the planet the way they did. To my knowledge, Senator Organa’s ties to the Rebellion were a closely guarded secret. Yet that very morning, very early that morning… I started hearing these faint explosions. I asked the guy next to me, “What’s going on out there?” He shrugged his shoulders.”

Almost a half hour into the siege, the Rebellion began its own counter assault with by deploying several of their combat speeders. These fast and nimble vehicles began to pick off any UNSC troops hiding within the wreckage. Other speeders began firing upon the Elephants that remained functional. Before long, the burning hulls of the massive transports were engulfed in flames.

This was something the UNSC planned on. While the cost and loss of life was disheartening to be sure, the bulk of Elephant’s armor provided the UNSC ground forces a chance to close in on the city’s outer limits. Despite the comms. being a mess the Sargent in charge was able to get through to his ground forces. Fifty two marines managed to make their way inside the city limits. Armed with whatever they managed to carry, it would be on these troops to help change the tide of battle.

For the time being, the troops that made it that far into the city were going to be on their own. Any heavy vehicle assault would have been made impossible for the time being as the burning remains of the Elephants would make navigating the debris field impossible for the time being.

By this time, it would be safe to assume that the entire city would be on full alert of the UNSC’s attack. Because of this, alarms and emergency sirens would ring out to all civilians, alerting them to evacuate the city (if able) or seek shelter. People that fled their homes made their way to major locations throughout the city. Schools, businesses, even the palace was used as shelter. Those that stayed, did so at the risk of their own life. Some even began to take up arms and stormed off to aid the rebel forces. Though passive in philosophy, there were those that knew what needed to be done.

Minutes later, distress signals from the planet made their way to the rest of the Alliance Fleet whose cruisers and ships had been scattered throughout the galaxy. An attempt on their part to fend off against any UNSC threat. Though the calls were heard and it leadership was informed, they could not jeopardize the entire fleet by having it gather in one place. Bail Organa knew this. 

He knew that he would need to evacuate the city, board a ship, break through any of the UNSC fleet currently orbiting the planet. It was the only way he could ensure that the Rebellion could survive. With this in mind, he would give the order to all Rebel pilots to begin preparing their ships and ready themselves for deployment.

Back on the streets, the UNSC troops had multiple targets they would have been needed to be neutralize. Objectives like destroying any anti-air turrets they could, mop up any opposition they may face, avoid civilian causalities… But above all else, capture Senator Bail Organa. These troops would have to divide in order to complete these objectives. 

The sheer dedication and over all resistance encountered in city streets would surprise many of the UNSC ground forces, especially, the troops not as accustomed fending off civilian targets. In terms of sheer military brute force, this wasn’t a fight for them. This, for many, would be a psychological conflict and would be the same type of up hill battle most of these Marines would have endured with the Insurrectionists.

The civilians were similarly surprised by the behavior of their new enemies. When confronted by the civilian militia, the UNSC Marines did not fire warning shots or back away in order to avoid harming civilians or insurgents, but instead kept fighting until the enemy was destroyed or driven off.

For almost half an hour, neither side made any progress against the other at the front lines. Rebel heavy armor clashed with the likes of the UNSC for domination of the battlefield.

"There was blood. Blood everywhere... These weren't the type of weapons we trained with. Nothing like this existed in our universe. These weren't blasters that we were faced with by any means. Just so much blood. The Bacta packs were running low. We weren't prepared for this aspect of war. I wasn't prepared... for this. To watch the life in someones eyes just bleed out onto the street. Nothing I could do. There was nothing I could have done accept hold her hand as she died in my arms."
-Rebel Alliance Field Medic

Dialogue filler by DarkSpartan1000
-An untranslated account from an unknown Rebel Soldier

All hope on the UNSC front seemed to be a halt until word reached command that one of the Anti Air turrets had be taken offline. The entire squad had been lost in the process but this opened a gap for air support to drop some reinforcements in that area. So command wasted little time in seizing this opportunity.

The following was taken from an audio log of a fallen UNSC soldier

To my loving family, after five years spent so far from home, it pains me to say that I will not be able to return.
Our plan was to take the planet of Alderaan and ensure we could halt these Rebels from gaining any advantage. This is our last chance at ending this war. After years of watching my friends die around me, it was time for this war to end.
I hope my being here gives everyone an inexpressible and undeniable sense of love and pride to know that I fought at the end of this conflict.
My squad was tasked with destroying one of the anti-air turrets, keeping our air support at bay. The charges have been set, and it is on my conscience to know that I could change the very outcome of this war. 
I prey that these words can come as those of assurance that my life was given for a greater cause and that I am looking at my destiny without any terror of death. 
Even now, I feel the strength of a thousand men in knowing this life, my life was served in the greater good and, that for my sake, you must try your best to drown any your sorrows in such pride and satisfaction. 
Please remember, how proud I will always be to have had of such a wonderful family, and always keep my little Laura’s future in her best interests. Tell her how proud her father will always be of her…
In this galaxy, I’ve heard talk of something called the ‘Force’. Some kind of energy that lives in every living creature and person in existence. Something that connects us all or something like that… 
My personal belongings will all be sent to
you. I trust you will know what to send to Mom.
May God bless you and be kind to my little Laura, as well as those whom I love so well… and may the force be with us…

With the anti-air guns disabled, the UNSC was able to drop much needed reinforcements within the city limits. 

Amidst the chaos and confusion in the atmosphere above Alderaan, UNSC cruisers and Frigates had already engaged in a fierce battle with the local Rebel Fleet. Prior to the siege of Alderaan, the UNSC set its fleet in hopes of blockading the planet in case ground forces were unable to capture their target.

“We thought it was the Empire. When the alarms started going off, we all thought it was the Empire and that somehow they had found us. Little was really known in those first few minutes, at least to me. I was told to get my pilot suit on and that I was going to lead Rogue Squadron against whatever had entered Alderaan’s space.”

Wedge Antilles recalled his role in the Battle for Alderaan.

Launching multiple squadrons into the outer atmosphere of Alderaan, Wedge realized they were faced with a daunting challenge. Multiple frigates and UNSC cruisers had occupied the skies high above the city, with no sign of Rebel back up or reinforcements in sight. For all these pilots knew, the Rebel fleet was on the other side of the galaxy. A few starfighters versus the UNSC. The Squadrons divided themselves, spreading out in order to engage the UNSC fleet.

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“One ship, just one ship was standing between us and the end of the war. Our job was to make sure this one ship didn’t leave the planet. Easier said than done… we had to navigate these burning city streets, falling buildings, mass panic, and hostile fire. Practically raining cats and dogs, but on fire. Burning pieces of houses or apartment buildings.”

-Former ODST Edward Buck

“My whole team had been divided throughout the city and if what I ran into was any indication of what the rest of my guys had to fight through… basically we were knee deep in debris, blaster fire, and shit like that. 
We had to be scattered throughout the city because we’d be running the risk of having the entire squad in one place. One target versus six different targets dispersed in the midst of hell. Our primary objective was to take capture the Senator before he could escape. However, if we had any opportunity to aid our boys or make life a living hell for the rebels, we were more than welcomed to do so. As long as it didn’t slow us down too much.” 

Just as the large scale space battle took place in the skies up Alderaan, one of the UNSC cruisers descended in to the lower atmosphere of the planet. Before it took up arms against any of Rebel Rebel fleet, it was to complete quite possibly, its most important contribution to this war. In the midst of chaos, it managed to deploy a couple dozen drop-pods down to the city streets far below. In each drop pod, a single ODST unit. After deploying these special forces, the cruiser returned to the battle in the skies high above it.

With large numbers of Rebel ground forces dispersed throughout the city, these Helljumpers had one task. Prevent the Senator from escaping. Even in the crowded roads, these soldiers hadn’t a moment to waste. Each had to race against the clock towards the location of Bail Organa. However, despite the chaos and confusion, these soldiers were not lost.

“I don’t know why it was the Rookie that was given the A.I, he didn’t say much about it at the time but whatever he did, he did it fast. Before long, we had a location. Twenty miles south-west from our current location.”

After years at war with the Rebellion, the UNSC utilized the brilliance in the its AI systems. Data, languages, messages, and codes that would have taken other armies decades to hack, took on a few hours for advanced minds of these Artificial Intelligences. This is very means the UNSC used to find Alderaan.

“When we formed up after running for what seemed like an hour. Checking our ammo supplies and fortunately we were still good in that area. Mostly commoners and civilians, nothing too bad. As we came closer and closer to the hanger and… it was a fortress. This was our destination because of all the fortifications that surrounded it.”

The hanger was fortified, the type of defenses that were used to protect someone or something important. No sign of the senator just yet, but the squad had a visual on his ship. Radioing to command, the ODSTs were given the order to take the Senator’s vessel. Bail wouldn’t be able to flee the planet as long as the UNSC fleet was in position. Wait for reinforcements and prepare to storm the hanger.

“The squad had reformed inside the palace’s hanger. Just the seven of us. We’d charged through the inner workings of the Rebel infrastructure, firefight after firefight. We knew our job was to capture the Senator. Bail Organa was his name. Within a matter of seconds, all power to the hanger had been cut. With the lights extinguished, we pulled open the doors and made our way in.”

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“It was dark, Fortunately for our heads up display, things weren’t too much of a challenge. It was… weird… to see the rebels scrambling about, trying to get the power reset. We just walked right by them without a word or a single shot fired. Silenced or not, we couldn’t take the chance of blowing our cover by a stray bullet bouncing off a wall, hitting an explosive canister or something that doesn’t kindly to small arms fire. So the challenge was on us not to make a sound or give away our position. 
Which was really difficult because the way some of these aliens looked… or smelled, almost warranted some reaction from the gag reflexes.”


High above them, a battle raged on between the two factions. The few, but proud, members of Rogue Squadron were tasked in clearing an opening for Bail’s escape. However, with few star fighters, this battle became increasingly more and more difficult. With each passing moment, that possibility grew fainter and fainter.


Bail Organa stared at the hologram projection of his beloved city. Watching as the UNSC slowly moved into the city streets, pushing the Rebel forces back, further and further. He feared this was a battle he could not win. As much as he didn’t want to admit it, he knew that he needed to get off planet. Both he and his daughter. The two of them were crucial to the Rebellion. The Senator then looked at another screen showing the status of Rogue Squadron pilots. Their shields were holding up, for now at least. But they need help.

He turned to one of the communications operators and told the man to broadcast a message to the Rebel Fleet… 

His message was brief, for he was short on time. The message was direct and to the point. But the message asked for hope, for the Alliance to do what needed to be done. If they were to fall here, then any chance they had against the UNSC or the Empire would be lost.

The Senator gave his message…

He then looked to those around him, the young, the brave, the reckless, and the wise. Amidst the madness, he gave them the order… 

“Inform all ground forces to buy us as much time as they can. Once I am clear, begin a full scale retreat. We have fought well today, but we need to ensure that there will be a tomorrow for this great rebellion.”


Soon after, a portion of the Alliance fleet would exit hyperspace. Multiple frigates and a command ship or two. Acting without orders, these Rebels arrived to aid in the desperate last stand of the Alderaan forces. Upon the arrival of the Alliance's fleet, the commanding admiral ordered all squadron leaders to report in then assigned them duties; Red, Gold, and Rogue Squadrons were to attack the UNSC fleet and its fighters, while Green Squadron was ordered to clear a path for Bail's escape. Using several of their Y-Wings, Gold squadron begin bombing the UNSC fleet. Unable to repel these blasts, the UNSC was dealt severe losses in these attacks.

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Before long, the reinforcements the ODSTs were ordered to wait for, finally arrived. They found themselves a fight with whatever the ODSTs didn’t finish and their backup. But despite the best efforts on the part of the Rebel Alliance, they were loosing ground. Loosing ground, loosing men, loosing momentum… loosing control of the city.

Within moments, the UNSC forces had closed in on the hanger the ODSTs had reported. Brief flashes of gunfire lit up the darkened building, making its way to the docking bay to find it... empty. The Senator had taken off.

Bail Organa and his daughter could only look back at the war zone that had engulfed their city. Below them, the sights and sounds of war continued throughout the rest of the day, spilling into the night...

“I was among the last line of defense for the palace. Well, myself and my men. We had dug ourselves into this last stand because we needed to buy the Senator as much time to escape as we could. I gripped by blaster tighter than I thought I could and we were waiting. 
There was no sky… only smoke. It was unbearable to the senses to be where we were, at that time. As I drew this deep sigh, I saw this building crumble before us and this massive tank come turning down the corner towards us. I gave the order to fire.
We managed to take that tank down, but soon came another. So we began firing on it before it could hit us. Then came another one… we were firing everything we had. Suddenly, felt something splash against my face and then the guy to my right just slumped to the ground. I’d never seen blood like this before… I’d never seen a person’s head do that before.
I never knew who that kid was, he was still so new. Just some recruit with it a giant gaping hole in his head. No look of terror on his face. No look of shock or surprise… just blood.
I looked back up and saw that those tanks were closing in on us. This massive barrel pointed at my face. I knew we were ready to die right there… But thats when, out of the corner of my eye, I caught a glimpse of hope. The Blockade Runner… It had taken off, we had done our job and succeeded. I told my guys to stand down. No sense in any of us dying at this point. We laid down our arms and prepared for whatever faced us next.”

-Unknown Rebel soldier.


Safe aboard the Tantive IV Blockade Runner, Bail Organa let out a heavy sight. He could only watch and hope that the lives lost would be worth it in the end. That the with a UNSC defeat, the rebellion would be one step closer to victory.

He escorted his daughter to her room, placing a kiss on her cheek. "We did it," he said to her. "We did it."



A massive explosion shook the ship to its core

Bail looked up, his ears ringing… the world around him was an inaudible blur of madness. He tries to pick himself up and make his way out of there. Another explosion rocked the blockade runner and he soon realizes that the blasts weren’t coming from laser fire outside… it was coming from on board the ship. His ship. With his mind racing, he manages to pick himself up and open the door to his quarters. The crew were scrambling about, trying to contain the fire.

He took a gasp of air and began to holler out, “LEIA! Where are y—“ the pain of a blunt instrument struck his face, throwing him to the ground. “Father!” he heard his daughter cry back to him. Slowly he looked up…

He saw his daughter, guns pointed at her by these solders in black armor. The smell of smoke emanated from someone in the group. A smoke, not of something on fire, but something else. A cigar…

A man stepped from the group with the source of the smoke burning from a lit cigar in in his mouth.

“Senator Bail Organa?” He said taking the cigar from his mouth flicking some of the ash off of it. “Hows about we talk about ending this war?”

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After a long, grueling, and gruesome war… the UNSC has emerged victorious. After factoring both canon and non-canon sources, it was quite clear from the beginning… this was going to be  an uphill battle for the Rebel Alliance.

True the Rebels had vehicles with either superior speed or armor at their disposal. But is should be noted that a lot of these were just scavenged ships or whatever they Alliance could afford and weren’t as easily replaced. The UNSC, however, had a means to create, produce, and maintain the vehicles for its army. Vehicles that were designed using the latest in technology and weaponry.

The Rebel’s utilizing blaster type weapons may have seemed like a game changer at first, but in truth, it wasn’t anything the UNSC hadn’t faced before in its war with the Covenant. The UNSC would have been more equipped and prepared in treating blaster fire. Whether this would be in the armor they’d use or treating any plasma or blaster-based injuries. 

Basically, the blasters the Rebels use weren’t all that different from the weapons the Covenant would have used. While still effective, the UNSC weapons were a lot superior in almost every way. And on the flip side, the Rebel Alliance probably wouldn’t have had anything to treat the injuries the UNSC weapons would have inflicted. Rebel Troops would have experienced a significant portion of losses on the battlefield as result of bullet wounds that were unable to be treated.

And with an army that, for the most part, is unable to utilize armor, the Rebel ground forces would have suffered greatly on any particular battlefield. This isn’t to say that the Rebel’s wouldn’t have put up a fight because they would. The Rebel’s would have to rely on numbers in order to compensate for large casualties throughout the galaxy. Which they were able to achieve. And considering that there weren’t any real restrictions on any new recruits, the Rebellion would have been able to refill and replace their ranks in time.

That said, I find it extremely problematic that this fighting force to enlist and induct children in to its ranks. This would have provided some form of psychological boost to those that were so young. Lets face it, if you were a child being recruited into an army, being given a lethal weapon and told to kill the enemy, those children are gonna feel invincible on the battlefield. This is a practice used throughout history and even to this day. Its almost the literal analogy of giving a monkey a loaded gun.

When looking at the total number of casualties from the entire span of this war, the Rebel Alliance would have suffered massive losses. More than the UNSC on almost every front.

The wide variety of species that had allied themselves with the Rebellion would be more than discerning to the UNSC. With the addition of races like the Wookiees or Mon Calamari, the UNSC would certainly be at a disadvantage in any diversity category. However, this isn’t a social justice diversity matchup. And in terms of ground combat, it wasn’t anything the UNSC hadn’t fought before.

Even the Sector Forces would have given the UNSC a run for its money for a while before it would be eventually defeated. 

Also the UNSC would have been at a huge disadvantage in space combat. The Rebel Alliance’s ships, while not state of the art, did have shielding to protect against a lot of the UNSC’s attacks. To compensate for this, the UNSC would have had to utilize greater numbers in order to compensate for this. The UNSC may have had warheads that could destroy a Rebel Cruiser, the HAVOK tactical nuclear weapon with 30 Megaton Yield… An extremely devastating weapon if there weren’t any other options, but when considering the its destructive force, such a weapon would cause causalities on a massive scale. The type of weapon whose usage one would need a full scale evacuation of all civilians in the blast zone. Something the UNSC wouldn’t have been able to accomplish in this unknown galaxy. But it would definitely serve as a deterrent for any military force they may have faced. 

The Rebel Alliance may held an advantage in several major factors such as:





Factors that provided psychological boost their forces needed for combat. The Rebels had the more driven army with a stronger resolve to fight. They had the spirit to fight and never backed down. This can be a very dangerous trait on the battlefield, something that easy could turn the tide of battle for any army. The Rebels were a dangerous force that should never be underestimated… which proved to be the Empire’s undoing. Underestimating the potential threat this seemingly disorganized army was capable of doing. In short, Empire’s greatest weakness was its own ego or hubris (I love that word)

It was this same hubris that led to Britain’s defeat at the hands of the American Colonies in the War for Independence… or that led Hitler to suffer a horrendous loss at the the Battle of Stalingrad… and the eventual defeat of Napoleon. What these armies all had in common was that they thought they knew their enemy, they thought the battle was theirs. This confidence, this hubris… led to their defeat. Just like the Empire’s loss at the hands of the Rebel Alliance.

However, it should be noted that some of the most important victories for the Rebellion were the result of sheer luck or as a result of some extreme oversight or design flaw on the Empire’s part (the destruction of both Death Stars). A factor the UNSC would be less inclined to rely on. 

Most importantly, the Rebels managed to defeat the Empire by using hit and run style, guerrilla warfare tactics. Something the Empire really wasn’t prepared for.

However, this wasn’t the case for the UNSC who had faced off against rebel fighting forces before (i.e. the Insurrectionists) and as a result, gained the training and experience needed to combat such a threat. Hell, the UNSC used these same types of hit and run tactics in their war with the Covenant. Where the Rebels had the morale and some psychological advantages over the UNSC, the UNSC pretty much held the advantage in every other major factor:







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The two most important factors being, Training and Experience. THIS is what gave the UNSC victory in the long run. The Rebels ‘may’ have had an advantage with better ordinance, vehicles, and aircraft… but none of that really mattered because the vast majority of the Rebel Alliance lacked any type formal military training. It didn’t matter how many troops the Rebel Alliance had nor how outnumbered the UNSC were… the UNSC had what it took confront this threat, they have faced insurmountable odds, they have combated the unorthodox methods of insurrectionist and rebel tactics, they have the knowledge to adapt to its enemy’s tactics, a means to counter almost anything the Rebels could have thrown at them, and the resolve to never back down. 

Would this have been an easy fight for them? Well… yes and no, the UNSC would suffer losses and defeats, especially considering that they are strangers to a different galaxy. A lot to take in, a lot to adapt to… not every alien wants to kill you. The same could be said if the Rebel Alliance found its way into the Halo Universe.

So, with their only major advantage in space combat, the Rebel Alliance… with vastly inferior weapons as well as an un-trained and inexperienced army, just couldn’t stand up to the military prowess of the UNSC.

If I were to repeat this simulated war between the Rebels and UNSC a hundred times, I feel it would be safe to say that of those battles… the UNSC would have emerged victorious almost 75% of the times. 

The Winner is the the UNSC

    U.N.S.C. vs Rebel Alliance

A Halo vs Star Wars Fight

So how would this fight between these two armies begin? Why would it begin? Whose fault would it be? Should we create an opening text crawl? And who would fire the first shots? These are the type of questions we needed to ask when preparing a fight like this. Setting up the cause for this fight would help determine its outcome. 

We imagine the UNSC would be in the midst of conflict with the Covenant and this war spreading throughout our galaxy. This would eventually spill into a new galaxy, the Star Wars galaxy.

The Galaxy would be currently embroiled in its own conflict, the Galactic Civil War. For while none of the factions at war were aware of the other and UNSC/Covenant would keep its war isolated to the UNKNOWN REGIONS. These regions having been uncharted by any major faction thus far would seemingly conceal both wars from each other for quite some time.

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The reason for the fight being brought to the Star Wars Universe, is because the Rebels, like most guerrilla armies, usually fight on familiar terrain. Plus, we know the UNSC and Covenant have been known to colonize other planets, thus expanding their reach into uncharted worlds.

The UNSC could have arrived in this galaxy and discovered the vast differences in resources and environments enough to set up outposts on some on these worlds. The Covenant, on the other hand would have looked at these new worlds and saw fit to recruit some of its inhabitants to its cause, killing any humans they may come across.

Whether or not these two actually succeed in these endeavors is besides the point (at least for now).

Several months after entering this new galaxy, the UNSC would slowly make its way into the known reaches of space. Their presence would be the talk of rumors amongst the systems in the OUTER RIM.

Meanwhile, the GALACTIC CIVIL WAR would have already been raging on for quite some time. The Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire would have experienced both its shares of victories and losses by this point. The Rebel Alliance would have amassed its own fighting force from across the galaxy with a naval and ground fleet to boot. Unlike the UNSC, the Rebellion would befriend and ally themselves with whatever planet they may need. 

This was a stark contrast to the UNSC’s policy of seemingly establish an outpost and expand their reach in the surrounding area.

At some point in the expansion, the UNSC found itself caught in the crossfire of both the EMPIRE and the ALLIANCE. 

This started a ‘Mexican Standoff’ on a galactic level. Being a wild card in this galaxy, the Empire nor the Rebels knew how to continue for the time. This stand off lasted around several weeks and what would break this tension would set the stage for the largest war ever recorded.

It is here that we begin this fight, with an attack that launched thousands of warships and sent billions of soldiers to their death… 

The stories of one the greatest Intergalactic Wars… told by those who fought in it and inspired by stories and accounts of those who have actually served.

“It wasn’t us, nor the Rebels, nor the Empire that ended this standoff. It was the Covenant. Naturally it was the Covenant. They attacked this planet called Lothal. While they didn’t destroy the entire planet, they did ‘glass’ a portion of it. When the Covenant launched this surprise attack, it caught everyone off guard.”
-Fleet Admiral Lord Terrence Hood

For many years, Lord Hood was the de facto leader of the UNSC, a flag officer of the UNSC Navy, Chief of Naval Operations, and the Commanding Officer of the UNSC Home Fleet.

“All of our efforts were then focused on aiding the survivors of the attack. We were strangers to this new galaxy and, unfortunately, we brought our problems along with us.”

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Feeling responsible for the Covenant’s attack on the planet, the UNSC stationed several warships to aid in the relief effort for its citizens. And not long after, the Covenant had began its vicious crusade against the Empire and its citizens. 

At this point there wasn’t a war between the UNSC and the Rebel Alliance, though both factions had spread across the galaxy in an attempt to establish some firm hold on a particular area. The UNSC would establish temporary outposts on certain planets while the Rebels would always remain on the move. Also the Empire has not intervened with this conflict as they seem caught up in their own conflict.

You see, the UNSC was locked in a war with a galactic threat known simply as the Covenant. And now the Covenant had turned its sights against the Galactic Empire.

“It actually made sense… from what I understood about this Galactic Empire was that they were the anti-covenant. Everything that the Covenant stood for, the Empire was out to kill.”

Not long after the Covenant’s onslaught and glassing of Lothal, did scattered reports of their fleet appearing on inhabited planets. Not every sighting was accompanied by reports of death and destruction as the Covenant were searching to add to their numbers. While some yielded to the radical ideals of their forces, other planets as well as species resisted.

Notable planets included: Kashyyyk, Corellia, Dantooine, Felusia, Geonosis, Trandoshia, Kalee, and Naboo.

In order to quell any chances the Covenant had at a potential uprising, the Galactic Empire, under direct orders from Emperor Palpatine, stated that any government that is believed to be associated with the Covenant were to be branded as traitors to the Empire.

At first, this antagonism against the Covenant started debate within the Rebellion if they should align themselves with the diverse alien fighting force. Some argued that the attack on Lothal was merely an attack on Imperial structures carried out by an army unfamiliar with the galaxy. Others stated that such actions were far too radical for their cause and would undermine everything they (the Rebellion) had achieved. 

“We had our reservations at first in asking this Covenant to aid in our fight against the Empire. We did not know that their fanatical ideals were to rival those of the Empire. Any attempt to side with them would have cost the Alliance more than it could afford. Their ideals would endanger everything the Rebellion would had aspired to become. And once we learned of their true intentions, we had no choice but refrain from any alliance with them.”
-Mon Mothma 

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Throughout its history, the Covenant had always been eager to add any new species to their faith. The requirement being that the species need only pledge allegiance to its Prophets as their supreme leaders and to adopt the Great Journey as their religion. In essence, each one of these species were enslaved by the Covenant, forced to live a completely different way of life. 

Anyone who defied this, the Covenant would do everything in its power to have their entire culture and history erased. Leaving a vast array of planets and systems burned and turned to glass.

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This religion, when paired with the fanatical hatred of the human species, made the Covenant one of the greatest threats to the Empire. While it was never public confirmed nor denied, many suspected (and down right believed) that the Galactic Empire was a xenophobic system. This made the Empire, and its citizens, the perfect enemy for the Covenant.

“At the time, we saw the Covenant was our problem and we more than willing to aid this Empire in any efforts of defeating them. So we actually flew representatives to a planet called Coruscant to personally offer the Emperor our aid in that war. So they met, not only with this Emperor, but with the entire Galactic Senate to publicly pledge any form of support that we could offer. In hindsight, this was a horrible move on our part, we had no idea that this Empire was at war at the time.”
-Lord Hood

By publicly offering their aid to the Empire in fighting the Covenant, a large part of the galaxy saw this as the UNSC’s attempt at establishing some form of alliance with the Empire. This created a divide in the galaxy’s outlook on the UNSC. While some saw this as a collaboration of two great armies for the greater good, others saw this as a union of two military forces with too much power.

In a few days time after the UNSC had proposed a joint effort in defeating the Covenant Fleet, Emperor Palpatine stepped before the Galactic Senate and an entire empire and declared:

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“To my dearest of citizens of this civilized galaxy, today, we draw near a new frontier of discovery and uncertainty. Across the span of thousands years, our Republic… our Empire has become the crowning achievement of civilized beings. We have become the envy of those worlds and lives less civilized than our own. We stand together as the greatest union of order and peace in any universe. But there will come a time when those… less civilized will unite and conspire against our very way of life. These recent attacks on our homes have set a clear target on those who wish to be our enemy. We have bested the Separatist threat, we have stopped the Jedi insurrection… this Covenant shall be no different.”

After this statement, Palpatine refused any aid offered by the U.N.S.C., opting to end the Covenant with the full force of the Imperial Army. However, this information was never made public. So to average citizen, the UNSC was in an alliance with the Empire. Whether or not the Emperor did this intentionally is subject to debate to this very day. But for a time, the UNSC had a chance to finally gather supplies and request much needed reinforcements.

“You know, it was nice not to have the Covenant out to kill us for a time. It gave us time to resupply our inventories.  The quiet was nice while it lasted. Even a bit unnerving at times. You’d get moment were you wanted something to happen.”
-Benjamín M. Nùñez 

Apparently, the UNSC wasn’t the only one using this time to their advantage. Throughout the galaxy, the Rebel Alliance was also using this to gather new supplies as well.

“With something keeping the Empire at bay for a time, we were able to rebuild parts of our army. We added new soldiers to our cause. Recruiting was at an all time high for us and things weren’t that bad for a time. Which meant we knew it wouldn’t last. It’d never last.”
-Wedge Antilles 

Three weeks after the Empire declared war on the Covenant, the UNSC continued its relief effort on Lothal. The effort was grueling on everyone. Then on May 20th, everything changed once again in the galaxy.

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“The locals called it Empire Day, the day the Galactic Empire was founded. At least thats what some civilians told my squad.  We didn’t know anything else aside from that. So we just shrugged our shoulders and went about our day until our shift was over. A long day patrolling unknown streets on some new planet. The last thing I remember was there was a parade startin’ up in about an hour or two and there was cute blue skinned girl that had been checking me out all day.”
-Oliver Bennett
“We (my squad) were on watching the skies with several engineers roaming around, they were doing their stuff while we did ours. Our job was to keep air traffic clear for the time being and to keep any locals away from our cruiser. And every so often a kid or two would try their luck but… we we just sent them home. So we did this until about 4:00 in the morning when we were relieved for the time. SO after a quick shower, I turned into my bunk. We were provided rooms from a local innkeeper. We were stationed on this planet called Lothal. About 8:00, I was awoken up by explosions and these blasts which sounded a lot like gun fire. And about a minute later, a siren began ringing out to everyone. I began throwing my gear on and began waking up anyone I could.
Around 8:30, the blaring of the radio again cried out and it was at that moment, we realized that this wasn't just some drill. Something was happening, this was something real and any preparations we were in the middle of was immediately shifted into overtime.
The radio announcer again and again repeated: ‘This is not a drill, please advise: all citizens to keep off the streets. All UNSC personnel do not use the public transportation systems. Repeat. This is not a drill, please advise: all citizens to keep off the streets. All UNSC personnel do not use the public transportation systems… ’ An instant later, the private communications systems rang and the voice at the other end told me to grab the rest of my squad and to make our way back to the ships as fast as we possibly could.
Outside, we could see that some of the local security forces were ordering civilians off the sidewalks and to clear the streets. Aliens and people were headed inside the nearest building. Even if it wasn’t their home, they were forced inside. And the roads were filled with all sorts of debris. I was crammed onto the back of one of the Transport ‘Hogs’ along with six other men and we were hauling ass for the docking bay. I can remember shouting for the driver to slow down because, you know, none of us would be of much service to the UNSC dead, let alone having a flipped Warthog stop us… but, uh… he didn't slow down at all.

As we approached the space port, we could see these huge columns of smoke just rising from somewhere in the distance. We felt that some of the energy supplies had been bombed. On arrival at the dock we learned that our ship, the UNSC Pearl Harbor, had taken severe damage from some explosion. I could see these huge gapping holes in her haul so she must have been hit by something hard.”

-Benjamín M. Nùñez 

The attack was a devastating surprise to the UNSC that left almost a hundred dead.  An unprovoked attack that could have been a lot worse.

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“It wasn’t the nature of the raid that unnerved high command, it was the damage it had sustained and where it sustained it. If it were simple damage to the haul, then they wouldn’t be that scared because it had been landed. It could be fixed and whatever was missing could be replaced. This wasn’t what scared everyone. No… what frightened everyone was what could have happened had everything gone wrong. If these Rebels had damaged the ship’s core. You see, the Pearl Harbor light cruiser was this… massive ship… well over 1000 meters long, which meant it required a lot of power to fly.
So to provide this power, the Pearl Harbor was outfitted with a Fusion Reactor. The name of that alone should raise a flag or two because what we were doing was creating energy the same way a star would. The only way we had to control this ‘star’ was allowing it to release some of this pressure through several ventilation ducts. These ‘Rebels’ managed to destroy one of these vents from a stray shot. That’s where everyone on Lothal got lucky.
If these rebels were somehow either lucky enough or stupid enough in destroying these vents, then that pressure would have nowhere to go.  Once these were destroyed, the reactors would began to go critical, resulting in temperatures of over 100,000,000 degrees. This was hotter than any part of the Earth’s sun. The core, the surface, any part of the sun
And the resulting thermonuclear explosion would have been large enough to rip Lothal a new ass roughly… over three hundred kilometers wide. According to my understanding, this was what destroyed the first Halo ring.”
-Chief Engineer of the UNSC Pearl Harbor
 Jim Higgins

The attack and raid on Lothal was a surprise, not just towards the UNSC, but for the Rebel Alliance. It wasn’t the direct order of the Alliance to raid this UNSC outpost, instead, it was a Rebel splinter cell that had formed off world. 

“It was only days after the attack that this name had been spread throughout the ranks to who was responsible for this. What intel we had at the time was very limited but everything kept pointing us at one name. Someone named Saw Gerrera.”
-Benjamín M. Nùñez 

Behind closed doors, Saw Gerrera had been contact with a fighting force known as the Insurrection. With the two factions fighting against their own oppressive regime, it would have been more than natural for the extremist views of one to influence and, eventually ally itself with another. With Insurrectionist’s knowledge of the UNSC fleet, a planned series of attacks and raids were set in motion with the Pearl Harbor being on the first of many. Within a few days after the attack on Empire Day, this group would have publicly taken responsibility for the incident. The Rebel Alliance… 

“Saw’s tactics have always been extreme enough that him being branded a terrorist by both the Empire, and the Rebel Alliance seemed almost fitting. He was face that represented the dark half of the rebellion and it was used as propaganda to prove to the citizens of the Empire that all rebels are terrorists. If anyone would have launched this war against the UNSC, it would have been him. Anything that reminded him of the Empire or acted like it, he’d would set out to destroy. Because of this, we (the Rebel Alliance) were to blame. This UNSC was now coming after us because these extremist attacks.”
-Crix Madine

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“We knew we were not responsible for the attack on Lothal, nobody in the Rebellion would have dared to act so heinously. We knew that we being framed for this attack and in order to prevent any further loss of life, we needed to confront this UNSC publicly. However, to publicly deny these actions would risk exposing us and those who followed our cause. Ultimately, we were conflicted as to preserve our cause.”
-Mon Mothma

In the days following the attack, all UNSC personal were on high alert, as was the rest of the galaxy. 

Emperor Palpatine used this attack as another further damning accusation against the Rebel Alliance its terrorist ideals, however he didn’t offer the UNSC any form of assistance. This was either due to his current conflict with the Covenant forces, or maybe because he wanted to see how formidable the UNSC could be as an ally to his Empire. He would have need only to watch as the conflict unfolded and make sure everything fell into place. Whether or not he knew the truth behind the incident is irrelevant.

Relations between the Galactic Empire and the United Nations Space Command had begun to deteriorate and, in about a month, any talks between the UNSC and Empire had halted. However, this also provided the UNSC a greater degree of freedom… at least to some extent.

While the Empire wouldn’t aid the UNSC against the Rebellion, it wasn’t going to stop them in engaging the Rebellion should that moment arise. Its citizens could help if they desired to do so. 

“At first, the feeling was that morale was really good. Nobody complained in any way nor did we have any reason to do so. We were confident we could win against whatever they could throw at us. And every day we had these reports of successes from through out the galaxy. Nothing major, a successful raid, setting the UNSC back by a few weeks. We were stalling them until we knew how to stop them. We felt that with everyday, we advanced further towards this goal.”
-Unknown Rebel soldier

The UNSC would spend weeks researching and tracking down every major lead they managed to uncover in their new pursuit of the Rebel Alliance. What once started off as largest standoff in intergalactic history soon became its largest game of cat and mouse however, in this game, it seemed like the mouse was alway two steps ahead of the cat. In an attempt to track the Rebellion down, the UNSC divided its fleet so as to explore the different systems throughout imperial space.

It wouldn’t be long until the UNSC would have a chance at retaliation for Lothal. That chance would come several days later when the UNSC light cruiser The Huston received an tip that a rebel garrison had been stationed on the planet of Dantooine. Unable to signal the rest of the fleet, the cruiser and its crew decided to take the initiative.

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Within an hour of arriving to the planet, the UNSC had mobilized a ground force of almost 900 men to storm the rebel compound. After nearly three days of monitoring the surrounding area, setting up defenses, and intercepting any local communications, the UNSC ground forces began to move in.

“We tried to keep as low a profile as we could. On a planet like this, we really had to. It wasn’t like the loud booming cities we heard of. It was quiet. Very, very, very quiet. We had to move several hundred men, set up an outpost, do all sorts of stuff with out making a noise. Despite this, we did have a few local farmers watching us at a distance.”
-Pvt. H. Simmons

“I wasn’t one of those too close to the compound so I can’t tell what happened. I don’t think anyone really knows what happened.”

At this moment the Fleet had received the transmission from the Huston. Command almost immediately ordered all ground forces to stop and wait for further orders, but by then it was too late. The marines had breached the compound.

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Blaster and gun fire erupted and during this one-hour skirmish, five UNSC marines were killed when an improvised explosive went off and more than a dozen injured. Almost two hundred trained soldiers of the United Nation Space Command descended on the compound.

“At this time we had a large crowd of on lookers just watching us. I remember watching parents holding their children. Mothers crying, people horrified at what was happening. My only thought right then and there was that I was hoping that we were doing the right thing.”

Nearly an hour after shots had been fired, the siege was over and the ground forces had been given the order to stand down. 

“It wasn’t until after they started carrying out bodies that we had received word that we were to stand down. I didn’t fire my gun a single time but, uh… we were moving the bodies out of the compound and I remember thinking ‘these are awfully small people,’ and about five minutes later I hear one guy shouting out that there were kids in that compound.”

The UNSC tried hiding the gruesome sight from any onlookers but before long, word got out. Like a virus, news from planet to planet, system to system. When this information would reach Emperor Palpatine, it is said that the halls of the Imperial palace echoed with his cackling laughter. 


“Children… They were all children, every single one of those ‘Rebels’ was a child. No older than maybe twenty. The youngest being around twelve, maybe thirteen. Children of multiple species and types and colors. All but four of them were dead.”

When the news spread off world, many saw this as the UNSC’s retaliation to the attack on Lothal. Fifty three dead children, four injured. The UNSC High command condemned the actions of the crew and ground forces of The Huston and was prepared to take responsibility for the massacre but by then, it was too late. 

“It didn’t take long for news of the Dantooine tragedy to reach us. We were actually among the first to learn of the aftermath and right then and there, I knew we were at war.”
Wedge Antilles 

So we’ve seen the chain of events that has now unfolded into a war between the UNSC and Rebel Alliance. The Rebels becoming an easy target to blame for, what could be perceived as, terrorist actions and the U.N.S.C. being seen as military power with too much authority over civilian life. Much like the Empire versus the Covenant, this war would have become the inevitable match-up. 

However, unlike the Covenant versus the Empire, these two armies have prior experience in fighting an army like there current opposition. The U.N.S.C. has waged a forty war with the Insurrectionist Forces (which were basically comprised groups of individuals who rebelled against the United Earth Government) while the Rebel Alliance was formed to combat the Galactic Empire (a well trained and disciplined fighting force with a means maintaining its army).

In their respective histories, both the U.N.S.C. and Alliance Rebel where faced with an overwhelming opposition and challenges. Both suffered countless losses, in battle and in casualties, but refused to surrender. Because of this unyielding resolve, they both managed to overcome all odds and defeat their foes in the end.

We know what these forces are capable of on the battlefield through the trials and triumphs of battle, but now they will be put to the test to help decide the fate of the galaxy.

In this war, its important to note that the U.N.S.C. would, more time than not, be on the offensive. Through its prior engagements with the Empire, the Rebel Alliance would not risk an all out assault on any particular target or planet. So the Rebellion would have utilized more Defensive tactics while incorporating small-and-run tactics. Any conflict in the initial stages of this war would have been nothing more than small skirmishes.

This would play to the Rebel’s advantage as they are renowned for type of tactics and would have proven more than difficult for the U.N.S.C. who, in response, would be forced to spread its forces throughout the galaxy. 

On the surface, it would seem like neither army is making any headway in this conflict but, in actuality, this was draining the U.N.S.C.’s resources.

“It wasn’t cheap to send weapons and ammunition to every part of the fleet. It took time and it took resources, neither of which we really could keep using like this.”
-Staff Sergeant Marcus Banks
“And sometimes these Rebels would hijack our ships delivering supplies. It was like some kinda game where every three times we make a move, two of those moves turn out to be roadblocks. This pissed a lot of us off.”

Despite setback after setback, the UNSC was making great progress in translating all the data recovered from the Rebel compound on Dantooine. Any data that wasn’t lost entirely would had been scrambled and would take a team of professionals years to translate. Again, time not being on the U.N.S.C.’s side in this fight. The Alliance thought it had done a thorough job of wiping all information from the compound, however the U.N.S.C. had something the Rebels couldn’t have prepared for. An A.I.

“What would have taken a room of eggheads months to decode, one A.I. did in less than a day. While the information was salvaged, a lot of it was lost or was to damaged to recover. But what we recovered where a list of planets. Systems that the Rebel Alliance may be stationed upon. Either that or these were planets of great importance to them.”
-Lord Hood

The planets included:

Yavin 4
Polis Massa

Putting the two armies side by side, its was clear that the Alliance's ground forces were woefully outmatched in numbers of troops, vehicles, and warships. So to compensate for these disadvantages, the Alliance utilized Guerrilla Style tactics  Striking the enemy at his weakest points, destroying enemy morale, and outsmarting enemy commanders.

These same strategies were applied to defensive operations as army units were often tasked to provide cover while important Rebel assets escaped. By doing this and other temporary holding actions; the Rebels extended defensive battles would slow down any U.N.S.C. progress.

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This was evident at the first major battle between the U.N.S.C. and the Rebellion on the planet of Naboo. A battle that was to be either a make or break outcome in the U.N.S.C.’s campaign. In order to capture its capital city, Theed, the U.N.S.C. deployed several massive cruisers to the planet’s surface and before long, their forces had moved into their positions by midmorning. Shortly there after, they began there march across the Great Grass Plains, 40 kilometers from Theed.

“What the Invasion of Theed stood for was our chance to finally hit an actual target in this war. We had something that couldn’t flee from us. This was what we were waiting for.”

Before long, rebel scouts sent word to the Queen of Naboo and the any Rebel forces began mobilizing the cities defenses. The Rebel strategy was to hold off the U.N.S.C. as long as possible. until civilians and the Rebel Leaders could get off word. TO do this, the troops and ground fleet were scattered throughout the city as well as setting up defense outside the city’s walls.

“This was something we weren’t ready for, at least not this suddenly. I mean we had outposts set up around the city, but we only had a few hours to mobilize any defenses.”

Tactically, the Alliance Army would fight as a combined arms force. They would be utilizing whatever infantry, artillery, armor, scout units, ground transports, and air support. Reflecting the Alliance Army's way of fighting, most Rebel vehicles tended to be lighter and faster than their any of its opposition. With whatever aid they could muster from the Naboo security forces, the Rebel garrison began to fortify the entire city.

By sunrise, Naboo's capital of Theed was immediately locked down. It wasn’t certain who fired first but the morning was only greeted by the sounds of cannon and gun fire. Decorative testaments to architecture were blown away by the barrage of tanks at the U.N.S.C’s command.

Once the morning sun had risen above the horizon, did the Queen of Naboo and the Rebel Leaders stationed on Naboo realize this impossible fight before them. Not long after, these rebel leaders were evacuating as many of their personnel as possible. The Queen, however, elected to stay behind. To rally any troops and hold back the U.N.S.C. as long as possible. 

This was to be a courageous, but futile decision on her part, as the U.N.S.C. cleared a path through any Rebel opposition. Shortly before noon, five marines managed to locate and capture the queen. Despite her valiant determination, the Queen had lost, and the Naboo forces peacefully surrendered shortly after.

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“I was one of those five men who captured the Queen. She was standing there in her throne room, looking out at the city. I approached her and told her that ‘we weren’t the bad guys here.’ She looked at me and, I have to admit, I fell in love with her right there. It was only then that I looked around and saw how truly beautiful this city was. I felt horrible for destroying  any part of this city.”
-Gunnery Sargent Kyle Reynolds

Wars have rarely ever decided in a single, shift, and otherwise decisive skirmish. When one comes equipped for combat and a desire to come out on top, one battle would never satisfy the very base desires to achieve an absolute victory. The point where two opposing forces meet on the field of battle, face the other down, and begin the systematic disposal of countless ways and practices of life. When confined to the limits of a single point of time and space, such conflict seems almost irrelevant. A single city, an island, continent, or even a planet, conflict would seem like nothing.

However, this was not the case. This wasn’t a single battle. This conflict wouldn’t be decided in a single skirmish. Under the worst of extremes, two forces have and meet on the field of battle and will continue to do so until absolute victory had been achieved. This wouldn’t be confined to the boundaries of a single city or planet.

Like a fire, this war would grow. And these two forces would clash on multiple fronts across an entire galaxy. With one army bringing sheer Military might to the conflict. The other relying on the unorthodox to achieve victory. Between these two factions, their origins are forged in conflict and turmoil. And now, the first battle had been fought. The first of many… Naboo would mark the first major battle between the U.N.S.C and the Rebel Alliance.

Wars have rarely ever decided in a single, shift, and otherwise decisive skirmish. When one comes equipped for combat and a desire to come out on top, one battle would never satisfy the very base desires to achieve an absolute victory. The point where two opposing forces meet on the field of battle, face the other down, and begin the systematic disposal of countless ways and practices of life. When confined to the limits of a single point of time and space, such conflict seems almost irrelevant. A single city, an island, continent, or even a planet, conflict would seem like nothing.

However, this was not the case. This wasn’t a single battle. This conflict wouldn’t be decided in a single skirmish. Under the worst of extremes, two forces have and meet on the field of battle and will continue to do so until absolute victory had been achieved. This wouldn’t be confined to the boundaries of a single city or planet.

Like a fire, this war would grow. And these two forces would clash on multiple fronts across an entire galaxy. With one army bringing sheer Military might to the conflict. The other relying on the unorthodox to achieve victory. Between these two factions, their origins are forged in conflict and turmoil. And now, the first battle had been fought. The first of many… Naboo would mark the first major battle between the U.N.S.C and the Rebel Alliance.

The spanning horizons of battle can tell countless stories of the same war. The accounts of pilots, infantry, engineers, and medics, all caught in the line of fire. All their stories will help paint a picture of a galaxy at war. Tales of survival, desperation, loss, greed, glory, carnage, and war…

Two months following the Invasion of Naboo, the U.N.S.C. and Rebel Forces would clash on another major battlefield. However, to use the term: ‘battlefield,’ one would only be using it in a figurative sense. This was because the next major fight took place on the massive planetary gas giant known as Bespin. Located in the vicinity of the Anoat system, Bespin was a barren and isolated part of the galaxy. Its layers atmosphere were a rich source of the rare Tibanna gas. With only a select few landing zones, this battle couldn’t be decided on the streets of its hovering cities, but amongst the clouds and skies themselves. The Battle over Bespin was to be one of the deadliest arial conflicts in the U.N.S.C. and Rebel Alliance war…

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A skirmish that would cost the lives of almost a hundred and fifty men and women…

Once the U.N.S.C. arrived to the floating oasis of Cloud City, the five carriers began launching its massive arial fleet in hopes of locking down the city. Tasked with eliminating any Rebel threat, command saw fit to deploy nearly fifty Hornets, thirteen Falcons, ten Hawks, and five Vultures. 

It wasn't long after which, that the Rebel Alliance would its presence known.

“What caught us by surprise wasn’t the firepower they hit us with. It was the speed. They hit us hard and they his us fast. One moment, sensors showed nothing… the next, we were being surrounded on all sides by ‘blaster fire’. It was like waking up to a storm of neon and plasma.”
-Sargent Steve Tankman. U.N.S.C. ‘Hornet Pilot’

When the Rebel forces clashed with the U.N.S.C. above Bespin, the Alliance did so with an astounding display of speed. The likes of which the U.N.S.C. wasn’t immediately prepared for. With a barrage of attacks from both the T-47 airspeeders and several V-Wing airspeeders, the Rebels had the advantage of speed on their side. Adding the initiative factor made this a devastating ambush on the U.N.S.C. aircraft. As a result, the first few minutes of combat saw the massive marine casualties.

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Whatever form of early confidence that the U.N.S.C. had in its offense were quickly shattered as suddenly, they were forced into taking a defensive strategy. Had they been ready for such an ambush, they could have repelled this Rebel offensive. However, the Rebels were too fast to hit (at least, at first), easily passing through the offenses of the U.N.S.C. enemy fighter attacks was quickly shattered. Losses were high.

Within five minutes, four Hornets, ten Falcons, two Hawks, and two Vultures were destroyed.

“I wasn’t there. I was all the way across the galaxy fighting my own battles. What I knew of the mission was that losing the Tibanna gas mines was a main priority and that the U.N.S.C. could at Bespin."

-Wedge Antilles
“A lot of guys were nervous about any conflict on Bespin. Understandably so… It wasn’t what the U.N.S.C. could bring to fight us. No, it wasn’t that. What I believed scared a lot of the new pilots was Bespin itself. If you were shot out of the sky and your ship didn’t explode, you’d just keep falling. Its called Cloud City for a reason. No telling how long someone could plummet to their death.”

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“When the Rebels hit my Hornet, I remember a lot of shaking. Trying to maintain altitude after being hit by so much at once was an insane task. But that was my first instinct. Alarms were going off in the cockpit, lots of noise. Even after I regained control of the craft there was the sound of someone screaming. 
This was an odd thing, nothing in the Hornet could make a sound like that. Then I realized that the sounds of screaming where coming from my comm system. One of my wingmen had been hit. Hit and tossed off the side of my Hornet. The screaming was the man falling to his death. Very few things haunt a man. I sound like a crazed war veteran, but that screaming still keeps me up at night. I could turn the comms off so I had to listen to a man fall to his impending death at terminal velocity.”
-Sargent Steve Tankman. U.N.S.C. ‘Hornet Pilot’

On Bespin, its important to note that, while most of the layers of gas were poisonous, there was a 30 kilometer thick habitable layer known as the Bespin Life Zone. Falling to one’s death most like ended once the victim or individual left this zone. Under the toxic gases and increased pressure of the atmospheric layers below, death for any human was eminent.

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Hovering there, what remained of the UNSC arial squad were faced with to choices: Either stand the ground and face the Rebel’s second wave of fighters, or they could pull back to their cruisers. Unwilling to lose anymore men on this mission, Command issued the remaining fighters to retreat to the safety of their ships.

In order to buy the remaining ships time to escape, the three remaining Vultures served as protection for the lesser armored aircraft.

With the mission failed, the guns and cannons of the the AC-220 Vulture gunships readjusted their targeting systems and locked onto the returning wave of Rebel fighters. Suspended in the air by a series of ducted fans visible near the rear of the aircraft, these three ships fired at the advancing enemy the second they were in range. 

The advancing Rebel ships may have been able to easily pick off the lighter armored craft of the UNSC, but the Vultures wouldn’t be taken down too easily.

“I heard after the fact that some of our pilots willingly engaged the U.N.S.C. again. They were ordered not to. I guess that’s the problem with accepting any Bantha or Nerf herder in to a military force. They can be taught to fight, but sometimes we never get around to teaching them to stand down. The first wave was just lucky to have caught them off guard. But they shouldn’t have reengaged. I wouldn’t have.”
-Wedge Antillies

The trio of gunships would unleash a barrage of missiles, bullets, and rockets, ordinances of any type were aimed for the returning Rebel fleet. With their targets locked and their guns loaded, the Vultures allowed the Rebel ships to get within striking distance. 

Within the mere seconds of contact, the blaze of guns and missiles erupted from the three ships, targeting any rebel craft they could. A last stand versus a suicide charge. When the noise and explosions were over, only a few rebel ships remained operational.

The incident over Bespin became the first large scale aviation skirmish in the intergalactic war between U.N.S.C and Rebel forces. What was to become the first of many encounters with some being more grizzly and devastating than this. If anything, the initial months and laters years proved that the Rebels knew how to hit a target when they would least expect it. Something the U.N.S.C. would have quite some time to adjust to... 


-Hello and welcome to the special presentation of the U.N.S.C. vs Rebel Alliance War, I am the Narrator and with me we have Bruce, the writer and researcher for this whole-entire-project. We’ve just seen the beginning skirmishes and attacks in the all out war between two factions, starting with a U.N.S.C. victory on Naboo and the the defense of Bespin by the Rebel Alliance. Bruce, this is a large fight you’ve undertaken between two very massive franchises, where did you even begin?

Rebels engage UNSC forces above the planet of Tatooine. After a brief skirmish, the Rebel forces disable two UNSC cruisers. Later firefights broke out in in the streets of Mos Eisley Spaceport. Eye witnesses report casualties on both sides.

- The first thing I needed for a fight like this were references. I wanted references, lots and lots of references. To tell this fight from the perspective two or three soldiers would have been absolutely insane for me to undertake. So to help get started, I looked at the stories from across history. There were stories and accounts from soldiers in Vietnam, World War Two, World War One, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, you know, all these events I used as sort of a guide and outline to this fight. Hell, I even referenced the events of the Wacko siege as part of the build up to this fight.

—Shortly after the Mos Eisley Siege began, rebel forces as well as small bands of armed local civilians managed to shoot down three D77-TC Pelicans. The resulting conflict emerging became an operation to rescue and reinforce any of the surviving the crew and passengers of the downed transports.

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-Well we’ve got quite a few questions for this fight, mostly pertaining to content you did and didn’t include for this fight. Questions from fans as well as from myself, you know, just clarification stuff and all that stuff.

The fighting on the streets of the Mos Eisley raged on for almost fifteen days. The importance of the planet was due to the trade routes under the control of the notorious crime lord; Jabba the Hutt. With both factions fighting for favor and access to these trade routes, the ever increasing body count continued to rise with each passing day with neither side making any major progress. Reports of local scavengers looting the bodies of fallen soldiers were later confirmed.

-So right now, we have this war going on between these two armies… completely different forces when you look at them both. How do choose what battles to play out and which ones to cut?

—The Battle of Mos Eisley Space Port resulted in U.N.S.C. losses of 84 deaths, 56 wounded, and three Pelican survivors being taken prisoner. Total Rebel Alliance casualties range anywhere between 112 and 130 troops, with around 45 civilians dead as a result of crossfire. To this day, historians have yet to determine with side emerged victorious…

-Well the thing is that I’ve been working on this for months now and at this point, I am ready to move this along and be finished with it. All the while, covering what needs to be covered and exploring the relationships these two armies have with one another. So a lot of the ideas I originally set out to write won’t make into the final project. At least not the way I intended. So the fights that take place are the ones that, I feel, set the frame work for the overall war.

UNSC marines ambushed on the astroid planet, Kessel. Despite the overwhelming odds, the small task force of Flamethrower units; U.N.S.C. Hell-bringers including Alex Grant, Kyle Simmons, and Sargent Wilco Stevens, were quickly able to turn the tide of battle and force the Rebel Troopers to surrender. Considered a small U.N.S.C. victory, previously mentioned Hell-Bringers would be later commended for their bravery in the heat of battle. The Rebel Troopers were detained but were not harmed.

-Bruce you’re using air and spacecraft but I don’t recall you doing a prelude or analysis of those vehicles categories. What’s going on with that? Where you planning on omitting that part of the war because thats a lot of content to cut from a project like this. Especially considering the whole Star Wars part of this fight.

—U.N.S.C. sent a small team of scavengers and engineers to Raxus Prime. Tasked with finding some way of reverse engineering any parts of Hyperdrive technology to aid in their campaign in this new universe. Small factions of rebel sympathizers monitored their activity but never engaged the forces in combat. U.N.S.C. technicians were unable to reconstruct the Hyperdrive Technology.

-As I said, I’m doing this all by myself. I’ve tried outsourcing some of this fight to different writers, but nobody accepted the offer. So to do the prelude or analysis of this category would have taken me about another month to have put together and all written out. I say a month because there’s just so much content to cover and with college classes as well as my job, its very difficult to always find time to do stuff like this. It isn’t easy writing exposition.

—Rogue Squadron engaged U.N.S.C. ground forces on the bridge world of Cato Neimoidia, Fearing the risk of collateral damage, U.N.S.C. forces were refrained from retaliating against the Rebel Air Assault. Rebel Ground troops with the assistance of local militia detained the U.N.S.C. troops. Decisive Rebel Alliance Victory.

-And why would it have taken so long?

—Almost two years into the UNSC/Rebel Alliance conflict and the war has shown no sign of ending. In the Outer Rim Territories, U.N.S.C. forces stationed on the industrial planet of Fest were caught off guard by a joint assault from both Rebel Troops and the SECTOR FORCES that where organized on the planet. This was to become the longest, deadliest, and bloodiest fight in the entire war.

-Because there is so much to cover in that final category. You’ve got these massive space cruisers, countless variations star fighters, these bombers, anti-aircraft, anti-infantry, transports… theres a lot to analyze, summarize, and compare. Especially coming from Star Wars.

—Five days into the Siege of Fest, casualties have risen to over two thousand with a large percentage of the dead consisting of SECTOR FORCES units. Every attempt made by the UNSC forces at evacuating from the planet had been met with disaster. Unable to escape, the nearly seven hundred men and women of the UNSC Apex of Proclamation Cruiser were forced to hold off against nearly ten-thousand SECTOR FORCES.

-But in summary… right here, right now… which faction would have gotten the advantage in aircraft / spacecraft? And why did things turn out this way?

—After twelve weeks of constant conflict, the fighting on Fest finally ended when the combined onslaught to the SECTOR FORCES and Rebel Alliance finally overwhelmed the remaining UNSC forces. Despite being a tactical victory for the Rebel Alliance, the casualties suffered on their part far exceeded any predicted outcome with more that seven thousand soldiers dead and another thousand injured.

-Well, there is a lot to respond to in such a short frame of time, but in summary… better aircraft; U.N.S.C.. A lot better variety and this would allow for more options on their part. While they may not be as fast as the Rebellion’s air fleet, just looking at everything advantages that good ole military know-how can bring to any fight would certainly change the course of any battle. Whether its being able to repair units while on the field of combat, dropping troops behind enemy lines, or leveling entire forests, the U.N.S.C. has the aircraft designed to get the job done…

-I’m sensing a ‘but’ here.

—While inbound to aid in the defense of a Rebel outpost on Alaris Prime, a small contingency of Wookiee warriors went missing. Later investigations would determine that the U.N.S.C. were not responsible for this incident. Evidence indicates that the Wookiees where shot down by a Covenant anti-air cannon. No bodies were recovered from the debris of the transport.

-But… when looking at star fighters, this is where the Rebel Alliance shines. This is because the Rebels have a faster fleet that is capable of taking this fight from space to the atmosphere of almost any planet. The U.N.S.C. does have ships that could do this, but they don’t have the numbers of the Rebel Alliance. And to add to that point, the Rebel Alliance ships are a lot easier to deploy for battle. Same can almost be said about their aircraft.

—A temporary ceasefire was issued between a small band of UNSC forces and Rebel Troops on the planet of Orion IV in honor of Remembrance Day. The Rebel Holiday was enacted by a small group of Rebels despite orders to attack a nearby UNSC outpost. The small garrison at the UNSC outpost agreed to a temporary ceasefire with the Rebels and both factions used the day to honor their fallen comrades.

-I can see how that would make a huge difference on the battlefield. Looking back at the first Halo game, I remember the Longsword at the of the game being quite a large craft and something that massive would make for an easier target. Final question, the lore and continuity of both Star Wars and Halo is always changing so there’s a lot of new additions to each franchise always coming out. Should anything major come out in the near future, would you change the outcome of this fight between both factions?

-In short, no. I say this because it really shouldn’t matter whether or not a new blaster was issued, or a new starship were unveiled. Whenever I do a match up, I stand by its outcome. A lot can happen in a one on one fight, but in this match up, I'm factoring thousands (if not millions) of soldiers, technologies, planets... a lot of stuff that could change the tide of battle. So this is where I turn to history or look for real world examples.

-I can assume that the UNSC would be the equivalent of the modern day armed forces. But what would the Rebels be based off of?

-Mostly guerrilla or any unconventional army. The first things that come to my mind: The Irish Republican Army (IRA), the Lord's Resistance Army, Khmer Rouge, The Viet Cong... not in a literal matter but in the way they operate. These aren't established armies but they are still formidable nonetheless.

-So with that all said, I’ll turn the microphone over to Bruce as he wraps up this segment.

-Thanks, we’ve seen the Rebel Alliance and U.N.S.C. square off multiple times throughout the galaxy and at this stage of war, the only way one side would obtain absolute victory is through the almost unconditional surrender of the other faction. After almost six years of conflict, the galaxy is ready for this crisis to be over. Both armies are exhausted after years of war and can see that the end is in sight. After combing through all intercepted Rebel data, U.N.S.C. High Command decided on one last assault. An attack to capture a high valued Rebel Target. 

Mustering whatever units and forces they can gather, the U.N.S.C. planned a massive invasion of the planet, Alderaan…

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Stationed on the planet itself, a large band of Rebel Forces prepare to escort several of its most prominent leaders off the planet.

The U.N.S.C. cannot initiate an attack like this again. With their resources depleted and fleet scattered across the galaxy, this is an all or nothing fight. They won't get another chance at this and should they fail, they will have no 
choice but to surrender. In this fight, the U.N.S.C. will be on the offensive... 

To be concluded...


UNSC vs REBEL Alliance: The Fight (part 1)
This fight was so large in scale, I couldn't get fit it all into a single entry. So enjoy part one of the definitive war between Halo's UNSC and Star Wars' Rebel Alliance.


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Ideas range from movie posters to political statements. I am always open to feedback. I will speak my mind, sorry if it may offend anybody.

About 95% of all my digital work is done using Gimp.

If you have any questions, need any advice, or if you just need someone to talk to, I'm almost always available.

I believe...there is potential in all of us to make a difference in the world... through our actions and attitudes... from lives that we aspire to live... through our own choices.... through our own consequences... we shape the world.

My name is Bruce Fitch, and I ask: "What do think?"


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sturkwurk Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
Gameboy081 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 17, 2017
Are you doing Xenomorph vs Zombies 2? Because you said that on a preview for a next different battle right. With new Xenomorphs from Alien Covenant and Mortal Kombat X Xenomorph. Also with great likable characters in Alien Covenant that you might make a battle about them.
DarkSpartan1000 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I might... I start project but sometimes never finish them and this may happen. I am working currently working on: UNSC vs Rebel Alliance and this is gonna take huge chunk of time. But I were to do a Zombies vs Xenomorph 2... I'd need up the ante on both factions.
Gameboy081 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017
Oh so that means you will do it but not right now. Okay I get it and yes can't wait for your other battle to come. Keep up the good work 
Badork11 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2016
Quick question; what happened to super mutants vs Las Plagas
sturkwurk Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015
I'm the admin of DB-Writers-Unite and, before I let you in, I have to read a battle of yours and it has to ring right with me.

Another thing I have to ask is this...
If I let you in, do you promise to respect your fellow writer(s) and their wishes/works? Will you be open to taking constructive criticism and leave room for improvement? And, most importantly, will you try to keep your cool and try to sort things out if things go awry?
DarkSpartan1000 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And I'll be happy to answer.

-I have nothing but respect for writers because... I'm a writer myself. Its easy to write a Death Battle. To write a GOOD Death Battle is a challenge. Again, I have nothing but respect for my fellow writers. 

-As an artist, criticism is a must. If I don't get feedback, then I'm not sure if I'm doing a good job or a bad one. Basically I'm open to any feedback.
-As for improvement, I will say that I honestly believe I push the boundaries of Death Battle a bit more than most do. I always try and find a new way of writing each battle. A few examples being:

--Chris Redfield vs Leon Kennedy
--Death Battles generally are between two characters from two different franchises and take place in an unspecified setting.
----First off, this fight was between two characters from the same franchise (Resident Evil)
----The fight itself took place during a specific moment in a specific game (Resident Evil 6)
----The two characters actually do fight in a warehouse at one point in the game but the fight was never finished.
----So I created a death battle in that scenario to see who actually would have won that fight.

--Tiber Septim vs Jarvan IV
----Latest fight
----This one featured an army on army fight

Also I plan on doing a spin off series of Death Battle that will focus on squad based battles. And as sign of faith, I will let you be the first to know the first few FIREFIGHT match-ups

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers vs The Female Furies (DC Comics)

Delta Squad (Republic Commando) vs Delta Squad (Gears of War)

Suicide Squad (DC Comics) vs Thunderbolts (Marvel Comics)

U.S.S. (Resident Evil) vs O.D.S.T. (Halo)

-And to answer the final question... sometimes. It depends on what the other person may have said. However it would take a lot to make me lose my cool.
DatorVitae Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much for the watch. :D (Big Grin) 
Mutitus Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2015  Professional Writer
I'm glad that you enjoyed my report on Gardevoir.
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