History FanFic / ProtocultureEffect

12th Jul '17 4:53:15 PM SithkingZero
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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them.

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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to who only started caring about the Sentinels and is one war once it behooved them to do so, instead of the reasons for the Cold War between them.reigning in their attack dogs.
12th Jul '17 3:57:48 PM SithkingZero
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* HumansAreWarriors: Humans (and eventually the rest of the Sentinel Alliance) are the first ones since the Krogan to attack Turian Space directly, and fought them to a standstill for three years.


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** This is a tradition that humans seem to have taken to with a gusto. Pure Zentraedi are extinct, having bred so thoroughly with humanity. Ashley is part Praxian, and has a higher than normal percentage of Zentraedi in her gene code. One of Shepard's grandparents was an Invid.
** Both Tali and Liara show interest in Shepard.


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* NoBiochemicalBarriers: The invid have this, as Shepard jokes. Turians, on the other hand, do ''not'' have this, and as such spends part of a chapter getting his stomach pumped after eating the wrong type of food.


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* RealityEnsues: Just because a planet is Earth-''like'' does not mean that every detail about it is the same. Shanxi has eight percent higher gravity, which is fairly significant if you're trying to do complex maneuvers like [[ItMakesSenseInContext suplexing an alien fighter.]] The end result is both of their fighters destroyed and partially buried in the ground.
11th Jul '17 7:22:00 PM SithkingZero
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* CurbStompBattle: The first fight between turian fighters and veritechs did ''not'' go well for the turians. Most battles in ''Blue and Red'' are told from both perspectives. The first fighter battle had to be all-human simply because there ''weren't'' any turian survivors.

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* CurbStompBattle: The first fight between turian fighters and veritechs did ''not'' go well for the turians. Most battles in ''Blue and Red'' are told from both perspectives. The first fighter battle had to be all-human simply because there ''weren't'' any turian survivors.survivors left- only one survived the initial fight, but was killed later in the war.



** Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels Alliance took to the field was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentraedi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't really be trusted to be objective anymore.

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** Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels Alliance took to the field was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though thought we were were. This was due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentraedi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't really be trusted to be objective anymore.


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** Turian Admirals and Naval personal were feeling this way after a few squadrons of fighters, in the course of a battle, completely rewrote the book on fighter combat for the Citadel Races, slaughtered all but one Turian fighter, and heavily damaged several ships. Thankfully, this one-sidedness is alleviated once the mehrkuri fighter is brought into production.
16th Apr '16 7:14:25 AM Dechstreme
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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels Alliance took to the field was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentraedi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't really be trusted to be objective anymore.

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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. them.
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Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels Alliance took to the field was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentraedi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't really be trusted to be objective anymore.
16th Apr '16 7:11:58 AM Dechstreme
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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels alliance was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentradi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't be trusted to be objective anymore in hindsight.

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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels alliance Alliance took to the field was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentradi Zentraedi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't really be trusted to be objective anymore in hindsight.anymore.
14th Apr '16 4:29:57 PM Dechstreme
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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels alliance was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentradi due to using similar tech bases.

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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels alliance was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentradi due to using similar tech bases. And to add insult to injury, they never bothered to verify the accuracy of the intel from the Turian Hierarchy for themselves, who would later take it as a matter of pride to win the war and couldn't be trusted to be objective anymore in hindsight.
14th Apr '16 4:20:20 PM Dechstreme
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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them.

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** The Sentinel Alliance doesn't like the Citadel Council, though, for their handling of the Relay War. When the conflict was only between the humans and the turians, the Citadel (in the Alliance's eyes) did nothing to try to halt the war so long as the turians were "punishing an upstart race." But as soon as the rest of the Alliance took to the field in an invasion of a turian colony, the Citadel scrambled diplomats to try to secure a peace with this new interstellar coalition of species. This unfortunately gave the Citadel the appearance of a callous and uncaring group of bureaucrats to the Sentinels and is one of the reasons for the Cold War between them. Not helping their case is that one of their stated reasoning behind starting negotiations when the rest of the Sentinels alliance was because since the humans were cooperating with different alien species, they could in fact, be reasoned with, instead of being ruthless barbarians like they though we were due to misidentifying humanity for old School Zentradi due to using similar tech bases.
12th Apr '16 9:21:59 AM Dechstreme
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* HoldingBackThePlebotinum: Something always keeps happening that delays the adjustments and upgrades of Shepard's personal Veritech, which in turn, delays it getting deployed.

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* HoldingBackThePlebotinum: HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: Something always keeps happening that delays the adjustments and upgrades of Shepard's personal Veritech, which in turn, delays it getting deployed.
12th Apr '16 9:09:51 AM Dechstreme
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* HoldingBackThePlebotinum: Something always keeps happening that delays the adjustments and upgrades of Shepard's personal Veritech, which in turn, delays it getting deployed.
5th Dec '15 5:02:15 PM SithkingZero
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