Captain Chopper: Hacker, call for reinforcements, there are to many of them!
Hacker: On it sir. *Gets on radio with Ben*
Hacker: (Radio) Ben, we're going to need some reinforcements, about 3-6.
Ben: You're only gonna get 3, the others are protecting the citizens at the district in LA.
Hacker: Well, come anyways.
Ben: We're coming.
The 4 were still holding off the aliens outside.
But an alien was about to get to the elevator...
...but before it could, Ben came out of the elevator, and killed him with his gravity hammer.
The 7 people of The Resistance were holding off well, but not the other 3...
Griffin, Max, and Skullface are protecting the citizens in the district.
Skullface: These grunts are easy, yet annoying.
Griffin: There's an Elite, Max, let's take em'!
Max: Got it.
Griffin: I'm out of ammo!
Griffin gets out his secondary weapons.
Skullface: Suicide grunt!
Skullface jumps over the pool to avoid the stickies.
Then he gets up.
Skullface: That was close, Griffin, call for reinforcements!
Griffin: Our comlinks are dead, we can't call for reinforcements, now what?
Max: We have to think of something!
There's a whole wave of covenant and the other aliens, and your comlinks are dead. What do you do?
The choices are for Timmy Sterkel, and M G.
A: Stay and hold them off until reinforcements come.
B: Help escape with the citizens to a farther place
C: Hold them off until you can get the comlinks fixed
Ok, this was a little better. Pics were less blurry. You got up close with a few characters, good. you're still shooting about the figs, though, as if the reader is some godlike figure looking down on everything. I'll be honest. Your CYOA is like all the others out there. There's nothing, really, that makes yours stand out. Sorry, but that's the way it is. HOwever, you can MAKE yours stand out. The problem with CYOAs is they don't tell the story properly, and spend too much time managing what their characters want to do. I'd spend a little more time on taking pictures. If you have a tripod use that. Imagine you're watching a movie. Every single shot is up and behind the action and the character. Pretty annoying to watch, am I correct? In addition, write it out more! Use a script. Halo 1 was the best of them all because I cared what happened the Chief. Here, I don't know if I should care if someone gets killed or not. I understand you're managing a lot of people and trying to write a story from a bunch of different people's suggestions, but it could be better.