History Anime / MassEffectParagonLost

14th Aug '16 7:19:35 PM FearlessSon
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* WeirdnessCensor: Heavily in effect due to Shepard's discoveries being covered up by the Council. Most characters are incredulous about the existence of the Reapers, the Collectors and the true reason for the Prothean's disappearance, with Treeya lamenting that her mentor, Liara, has ruined her career by becoming a "conspiracy theorist" ever since she ran off with Shepard. At the time, [[TheWorldIsNotReady the official story published by the Citadel Council]] was that Sovereign was a unique Geth dreadnought, and not an ancient machine come to usher in an apocalypse for organic life.

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* WeirdnessCensor: Heavily in effect due to Shepard's discoveries being covered up by the Council. Most characters are incredulous about the existence of the Reapers, the Collectors and the true reason for the Prothean's disappearance, with Treeya lamenting that her mentor, Liara, has ruined her career by becoming a "conspiracy theorist" ever since she ran off with Shepard. At the time, [[TheWorldIsNotReady the official story published by the Citadel Council]] was that Sovereign was a unique Geth dreadnought, and not an ancient machine mechanical EldritchAbomination come to usher in an apocalypse for organic life.
14th Aug '16 7:18:44 PM FearlessSon
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* WeirdnessCensor: Heavily in effect due to Shepard's discoveries being covered up by the Council. Most characters are incredulous about the existence of the Reapers, the Collectors and the true reason for the Prothean's disappearance, with Treeya lamenting that her mentor, Liara, has ruined her career by becoming a "conspiracy theorist" ever since she ran off with Shepard.

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* WeirdnessCensor: Heavily in effect due to Shepard's discoveries being covered up by the Council. Most characters are incredulous about the existence of the Reapers, the Collectors and the true reason for the Prothean's disappearance, with Treeya lamenting that her mentor, Liara, has ruined her career by becoming a "conspiracy theorist" ever since she ran off with Shepard. At the time, [[TheWorldIsNotReady the official story published by the Citadel Council]] was that Sovereign was a unique Geth dreadnought, and not an ancient machine come to usher in an apocalypse for organic life.
14th Aug '16 7:08:56 PM FearlessSon
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* ImpaledWithExtremePredjudice: Messner, who is too busy [[KickTheDog kicking Vega while he's down]] and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech taunting him as a dumb grunt]] that he doesn't think it's a bad idea to get too close. Inevitably he does, and Vega buries a combat knife in his stomach.

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* ImpaledWithExtremePredjudice: ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Messner, who is too busy [[KickTheDog kicking Vega while he's down]] and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech taunting him as a dumb grunt]] that he doesn't think it's a bad idea to get too close. Inevitably he does, and Vega buries a combat knife in his stomach.
27th Apr '16 12:54:46 PM Vorpale
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* EyepatchOfPower: Brood wears one.
9th Feb '16 4:59:12 AM PF
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** Adding to this case is the fact that Anderson, who is potentially the human councilor at this point (as the attack on Fehl Prime would seem to have to fall in during the course of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', so the debrief would not likely be long after, still well before the events of the book ''Retribution,'' where Anderson resigns from his duties on the Citadel), is seen wearing an Alliance uniform.

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** Adding to this case is the The fact that Anderson, who is potentially the human councilor at this point (as the attack on Fehl Prime would seem to have to fall in during the course of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', so the debrief would not likely be long after, still well before the events of the book ''Retribution,'' where Anderson resigns from his duties on the Citadel), is seen wearing an Alliance uniform.



* SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler: Vega sacrificing the colonists to save Treeya.]] As noted above, [[spoiler: Vega ultimately made the wrong choice due to the intel he gathered was useless.]]

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* SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler: Vega sacrificing the colonists to save Treeya.]] As noted above, [[spoiler: Vega ultimately made the wrong choice due to the intel he gathered was being useless.]]
9th Feb '16 1:17:53 AM outlander2012
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* AGoodWayToDie: Brood invokes this, thanking Vega for freeing him so he could at least die a warrior's death as a krogan should.
* AintTooProudToBeg: Messner desperately begs Vega for his life [[spoiler: in exchange for the data on the Collectors. When Treeya reveals he no longer has it, Vega leaves a sobbing Messner to be torn apart by Collector reinforcements]].


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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Clearly Messner was dumb enough to believe [[spoiler: that the evil aliens melting down humans to grow a new Reaper were just going to let him walk away once [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness his use to them]] was at an end]].


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* ImpaledWithExtremePredjudice: Messner, who is too busy [[KickTheDog kicking Vega while he's down]] and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech taunting him as a dumb grunt]] that he doesn't think it's a bad idea to get too close. Inevitably he does, and Vega buries a combat knife in his stomach.


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* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: Essex's last words ([[spoiler: having been impaled by a Collector General]]). Also doubles as a PreMortemOneLiner
-->'''Essex''': Collect '''''THIS''''', you bitch!
30th Jan '16 8:13:42 AM SithkingZero
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10th Dec '15 9:43:28 AM PF
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** The Citadel, orbiting a planet which looks similar to Earth. This was before the final battle in ''Mass Effect 3'' [[spoiler:where the Reapers moved the Citadel to the Earth's orbit]]. In addition to this, Sovereign's corpse looks pretty much in one piece, despite being blown to bits at the end of Mass Effect 1.

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** The Citadel, orbiting a planet which looks similar to Earth. This was before the final battle in ''Mass Effect 3'' [[spoiler:where the Reapers moved the Citadel to the Earth's orbit]]. In addition to this, Sovereign's corpse looks pretty much in one piece, despite being blown to bits at the end of Mass Effect 1.the original ''Mass Effect''.
10th Dec '15 8:07:27 AM matruz
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** The Citadel, orbiting a planet which looks similar to Earth. This was before the final battle in ''Mass Effect 3'' [[spoiler:where the Reapers moved the Citadel to the Earth's orbit.]]

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** The Citadel, orbiting a planet which looks similar to Earth. This was before the final battle in ''Mass Effect 3'' [[spoiler:where the Reapers moved the Citadel to the Earth's orbit.]]orbit]]. In addition to this, Sovereign's corpse looks pretty much in one piece, despite being blown to bits at the end of Mass Effect 1.
10th Dec '15 5:55:38 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Sovereign looks pretty much in one piece, despite being blown to bits at the end of Mass Effect 1.



*** More specifically, Vega mentions his recommendation for the N7 program was dated the day the Reapers hit Earth, while here, he receives it after his debriefing with Hackett and Anderson.
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