History Fanfic / MassFoundations

19th Feb '17 6:47:22 PM NordRonnoc
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** The Courier called the Collector in the fourth chapter a [[Film/{{District9}} prawn]], insulting its appearance.

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** The Courier called the Collector in the fourth fifth chapter a [[Film/{{District9}} prawn]], insulting its appearance.
19th Feb '17 6:43:25 PM NordRonnoc
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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Feron expressed doubt about the Courier's origins, even after ''the Courier himself had asked about how biotics work''. This was lampshaded by the Courier and Liara. Eventually, he relented after the Courier showed his memories to Liara in a mind-meld.
11th Feb '17 3:22:11 PM Doug86
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Nord has also written a SpinOff called All the World's a Stage. The [[Creator/PeterCapaldi Twelfth]] [[Franchise/DoctorWho Doctor]] has been brought to the Franchise/{{Fallout}} universe after receiving a distress signal. He sets out to investigate, meeting up with Jocelyn Song, [[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} the Lone Wanderer]]. The title references the well-known phrase from Theatre/AsYouLikeIt. Time will tell if additional references to Shakespeare will be made. He has advertised it'll cross over with another setting, which is revealed to be the [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] universe]]. It can be read [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11715058/1/All-The-World-s-a-Stage here]]. Like his other works below, you can also find it on WebSite/SpaceBattles and Sufficient Velocity [[https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/all-the-worlds-a-stage-doctor-who-fallout-spoiler.363547/ here]] and [[https://forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/all-the-worlds-a-stage-doctor-who-fallout-spoiler.23816/ here]] respectively.

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Nord has also written a SpinOff called All the World's a Stage. The [[Creator/PeterCapaldi Twelfth]] [[Franchise/DoctorWho [[Series/DoctorWho Doctor]] has been brought to the Franchise/{{Fallout}} universe after receiving a distress signal. He sets out to investigate, meeting up with Jocelyn Song, [[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} the Lone Wanderer]]. The title references the well-known phrase from Theatre/AsYouLikeIt. Time will tell if additional references to Shakespeare will be made. He has advertised it'll cross over with another setting, which is revealed to be the [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] universe]]. It can be read [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11715058/1/All-The-World-s-a-Stage here]]. Like his other works below, you can also find it on WebSite/SpaceBattles and Sufficient Velocity [[https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/all-the-worlds-a-stage-doctor-who-fallout-spoiler.363547/ here]] and [[https://forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/all-the-worlds-a-stage-doctor-who-fallout-spoiler.23816/ here]] respectively.



* WeirdCrossover: What ''All the World's a Stage'' turns out to be. [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] crosses over between VideoGame/{{Fallout}} and Franchise/DoctorWho.]]

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* WeirdCrossover: What ''All the World's a Stage'' turns out to be. [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] crosses over between VideoGame/{{Fallout}} and Franchise/DoctorWho.Series/DoctorWho.]]



-->“What’s the matter? [[Film/ApocalypseNow Don’t you humans like the smell of napalm? Or is it too early in the morning for you?]]”

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-->“What’s -->"What's the matter? [[Film/ApocalypseNow Don’t Don't you humans like the smell of napalm? Or is it too early in the morning for you?]]”you?]]"
6th Feb '17 3:21:34 AM NordRonnoc
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[[folder:''A New Day'']]
* BlindDate: Luke and Natalie sets this up for Eric, who's been bitter lately. This has him meet Garrett Pitt.
* [[DifferentWorldDifferentMovies Different World, Different Games]]: While Eric was browsing the Extranet to find out about the Mass Effect universe's counterpart of his family as well as its consistency, he found out what games Creator/BioWare had been doing, lasting 28 years from 1995 to 2023. They've released a third game in the Franchise/BaldursGate series called Black Hound. It was obvious they never released Mass Effect. Meanwhile, Franchise/DragonAge was in development at one point but it ended up being too expensive much to make, so it was shelved. VideoGame/JadeEmpire received a sequel on the Xbox 360. Instead, there was the SFX franchise, built on similar premises to Mass Effect. [=BioWare=] had also collaborated with Creator/ObsidianEntertainment on to create some sort of a modern spy RPG called Everything or Nothing, which sounded like VideoGame/AlphaProtocol.
* DoubleMeaningTitle: The prologue, Arrival. Not only does it refer to Eric and his family arriving at Bangkok, it also refers to Eric's arrival to the Mass Effect universe, two years prior to the [[VideoGame/MassEffect1 events of the first game]].
* DreamSequence: Occurred in the fourth chapter. Eric's dream consisted of the FacelessMasses save for people he personally knew, all ignoring him. Then he went to a tunnel, with [[SinisterSurveillance large security cameras watching his every move]]. The dream ended with everything going dark.
* {{Flashback}}: Seems to be this fic's stable, which starts at the beginning of some of the chapters. So far, they expand on Eric's past, shaping how he is now, and mirrors present events.
* HolidayInCambodia: Eric and his family visited Bangkok, Thailand, then Angkor Wat in the prologue until Eric stumbled upon the artifact at the after-mentioned temple.
* VacationEpisode: The prologue starts out as this in [[{{UsefulNotes/Thailand}} Bangkok]] and [[{{UsefulNotes/Cambodia}} Angkor Wat]]. See the above example.
* RealityEnsues: C-Sec discovered a good part about Eric when he arrived at the Mass Effect universe. How did they find out? By looking at his ID card. See SureLetsGoWithThat below for more. Also, because of his circumstances, it was implied he was under surveillance, though we don't get much beyond that. After Eric got his credentials, C-Sec brought him in to question him. When they found out he was clean for the most part, they let him go.
* ShoutOut:
** In the [[HolidayInCambodia prologue]], Alphonse and Eric namedrops VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds and VideoGame/BioShockInfinite during a brief discussion about the many-worlds interpretation, as well as VideoGame/FinalFantasyX on another topic.
** Also in the prologue, when Eric and his family arrived at Angkor Wat, Garcia and Alphonse joked about encountering the head-tossing snakes from VideoGame/IllusionOfGaia at the temple.
** Eric often calls his brother [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Al]]. The similarity stops there, as Eric's brother is older than him.
** Natalie mentioned [[Fanfic/MassesToMasses Ian Shaw turning an elcor serial killer to C-Sec]] while picking Eric up, much to Eric's and Natalie's bemusement.
** The second chapter's title, "I'll Carry You Home Tonight", is lifted from {{Music/Fun}}'s We Are Young.
** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Guts]], albeit one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's description to the Dragonslayer is similar.
-->In the warrior’s hands was a two-handed sword, though it was too big to be called a sword. It was massive, thick, heavy, and far too rough. Indeed, it was a heap of iron.
* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Natalie told Eric that she and the other analysts at C-Sec came to a conclusion that, because of the circumstances of his arrival to the Franchise/MassEffect universe, he either came from the past or from another universe, which wasn't far off to begin with. Naturally, Eric accepted that as the answer.
* {{Squee}}: Eric's reaction to jumping through the mass relay while riding on a passenger liner, much to Garrett's annoyance.
* TrappedInTVLand: Like the [[FanFic/MassVexations other]] [[Fanfic/MassesToMasses series]] that inspired this fic, Eric was transported to the Franchise/MassEffect universe.
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* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Happens to Nightmare in a non-lethally. Turns out Missy has given him a fake orb as part of a prank, albeit one with collateral damage from a string of seemingly unrelated events.]]

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* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Happens to Nightmare in a non-lethally. Turns out Missy has given him a fake orb as part of a prank, albeit one with collateral damage and a good number of casualties from a string of seemingly unrelated events.]]



** In the epilogue:
-->[[spoiler:'''Three Dog''']]: [[Film/JohnWick ''People keep asking me about our intrepid friend, and I really don’t have an answer. Yet. But y’know what? I’m thinkin’ she’s]] [[LargeHam BAAAAAAAAAAAACK!'']]





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[[folder:''A New Day'']]
* BlindDate: Luke and Natalie sets this up for Eric, who's been bitter lately. This has him meet Garrett Pitt.
* [[DifferentWorldDifferentMovies Different World, Different Games]]: While Eric was browsing the Extranet to find out about the Mass Effect universe's counterpart of his family as well as its consistency, he found out what games Creator/BioWare had been doing, lasting 28 years from 1995 to 2023. They've released a third game in the Franchise/BaldursGate series called Black Hound. It was obvious they never released Mass Effect. Meanwhile, Franchise/DragonAge was in development at one point but it ended up being too expensive much to make, so it was shelved. VideoGame/JadeEmpire received a sequel on the Xbox 360. Instead, there was the SFX franchise, built on similar premises to Mass Effect. [=BioWare=] had also collaborated with Creator/ObsidianEntertainment on to create some sort of a modern spy RPG called Everything or Nothing, which sounded like VideoGame/AlphaProtocol.
* DoubleMeaningTitle: The prologue, Arrival. Not only does it refer to Eric and his family arriving at Bangkok, it also refers to Eric's arrival to the Mass Effect universe, two years prior to the [[VideoGame/MassEffect1 events of the first game]].
* DreamSequence: Occurred in the fourth chapter. Eric's dream consisted of the FacelessMasses save for people he personally knew, all ignoring him. Then he went to a tunnel, with [[SinisterSurveillance large security cameras watching his every move]]. The dream ended with everything going dark.
* {{Flashback}}: Seems to be this fic's stable, which starts at the beginning of some of the chapters. So far, they expand on Eric's past, shaping how he is now, and mirrors present events.
* HolidayInCambodia: Eric and his family visited Bangkok, Thailand, then Angkor Wat in the prologue until Eric stumbled upon the artifact at the after-mentioned temple.
* VacationEpisode: The prologue starts out as this in [[{{UsefulNotes/Thailand}} Bangkok]] and [[{{UsefulNotes/Cambodia}} Angkor Wat]]. See the above example.
* RealityEnsues: C-Sec discovered a good part about Eric when he arrived at the Mass Effect universe. How did they find out? By looking at his ID card. See SureLetsGoWithThat below for more. Also, because of his circumstances, it was implied he was under surveillance, though we don't get much beyond that. After Eric got his credentials, C-Sec brought him in to question him. When they found out he was clean for the most part, they let him go.
* ShoutOut:
** In the [[HolidayInCambodia prologue]], Alphonse and Eric namedrops VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds and VideoGame/BioShockInfinite during a brief discussion about the many-worlds interpretation, as well as VideoGame/FinalFantasyX on another topic.
** Also in the prologue, when Eric and his family arrived at Angkor Wat, Garcia and Alphonse joked about encountering the head-tossing snakes from VideoGame/IllusionOfGaia at the temple.
** Eric often calls his brother [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Al]]. The similarity stops there, as Eric's brother is older than him.
** Natalie mentioned [[Fanfic/MassesToMasses Ian Shaw turning an elcor serial killer to C-Sec]] while picking Eric up, much to Eric's and Natalie's bemusement.
** The second chapter's title, "I'll Carry You Home Tonight", is lifted from {{Music/Fun}}'s We Are Young.
** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Guts]], albeit one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's description to the Dragonslayer is similar.
-->In the warrior’s hands was a two-handed sword, though it was too big to be called a sword. It was massive, thick, heavy, and far too rough. Indeed, it was a heap of iron.
* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Natalie told Eric that she and the other analysts at C-Sec came to a conclusion that, because of the circumstances of his arrival to the Franchise/MassEffect universe, he either came from the past or from another universe, which wasn't far off to begin with. Naturally, Eric accepted that as the answer.
* {{Squee}}: Eric's reaction to jumping through the mass relay while riding on a passenger liner, much to Garrett's annoyance.
* TrappedInTVLand: Like the [[FanFic/MassVexations other]] [[Fanfic/MassesToMasses series]] that inspired this fic, Eric was transported to the Franchise/MassEffect universe.
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25th Dec '16 6:05:58 PM TheBigBopper
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** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[{{Anime/Berserk}} Guts]], abet one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's description to the Dragonslayer is similar.

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** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[{{Anime/Berserk}} [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Guts]], abet albeit one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's description to the Dragonslayer is similar.
23rd Dec '16 3:29:52 PM NordRonnoc
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Recently, he has released a series of lore entries for each entry in the series called... the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Mass Foundations Codex]], which expands on the lore unique to the series as well as any setting the fics use. You can find the codex [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11955163/1/Mass-Foundations-Codex here]].

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Recently, he has released a series of lore entries for each entry in the series called... the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Mass Foundations Codex]], series, which expands on the lore unique to the series as well as any setting the fics use. You can find the codex [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11955163/1/Mass-Foundations-Codex here]].
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12th Dec '16 11:39:51 PM NordRonnoc
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* AlternateUniverse: See TheMultiverse below.



* TheMultiverse: The bulk of the series' setting. It has several characters travel from one universe to another in some capacity. In most cases, they seem to be one-way trips. [[AllThereIntheManual The Codex]] has described the Multiverse as a complicated thing.



[[folder:Redemption in the Stars]]

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[[folder:Redemption [[folder:''Redemption in the Stars]]Stars'']]



[[folder:A New Day]]

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[[folder:A [[folder:''A New Day]]Day'']]



[[folder: All the World's a Stage]]
* ApocalypseHow: Of the Multiverse Annihilation variety by the orb, as claimed by Nightmare to the Doctor.

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[[folder: All ''All the World's a Stage]]
Stage'']]
* ApocalypseHow: Of [[spoiler:Of the Multiverse Annihilation variety by the orb, as claimed by Nightmare to the Doctor.]]



** Several to the [[Series/DoctorWho show itself]], including the Doctor recalling meeting [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E2TheShakespeareCode Shakespeare]]. He also demonstrated the concept of bigger on the inside to Jocelyn with two boxes, much like [[DoctorWhoS14E5TheRobotsOfDeath the 4th Doctor's explanation to Leela]].
* ChronicHeroSyndrome: In ''All the World's a Stage'', the Doctor and Jocelyn went to the [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] universe]] to investigate the cause of the Ania in the Fallout world. Instead, they found themselves defending an early 17th-century Hungarian town against a hoard of [[spoiler:Malfested]]. This has brought the attention of [[spoiler:Patroklos, Nightmare, and Siegfried, though each of them have their own reasons]].

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** Several to the [[Series/DoctorWho show itself]], including the Doctor recalling meeting [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E2TheShakespeareCode Shakespeare]]. He also demonstrated the concept of bigger on the inside to Jocelyn with two boxes, much like [[DoctorWhoS14E5TheRobotsOfDeath the 4th Doctor's explanation to Leela]].
Leela]] about how the TARDIS was BiggerOnTheInside.
* TheCameo: [[spoiler: Three-Dog fills this role in the epilogue. Going by his dialogue, it's implied the Brotherhood has taken him off the air, but he manages to find a way back on somehow.]]
* ChronicHeroSyndrome: In ''All the World's a Stage'', the The Doctor and Jocelyn went to the [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] universe]] to investigate the cause of the Ania in the Fallout world. Instead, they found themselves defending an early 17th-century Hungarian town against a hoard of [[spoiler:Malfested]]. This has brought the attention of [[spoiler:Patroklos, Nightmare, and Siegfried, though each of them have their own reasons]].



* RotatingProtagonist: The first chapter of All the World's a Stage goes exclusively from Doctor's perspective. After taking care of the Ania, it switches between his and Jocelyn's for most of it.
* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Happens to Nightmare in a non-lethal way. Turns out Missy has given him a fake orb as part of a prank, albeit one with collateral damage from a string of seemingly unrelated events.]]

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* RotatingProtagonist: The first chapter of All the World's a Stage goes exclusively from Doctor's perspective. After taking care of the Ania, that, it switches between his and Jocelyn's for most of it.
* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler: Jocelyn faces one when the Malfested are attacking the Hungarian village. Earlier, she's met a child whose parents are looking for him. Either she rescues the child from a burning-down mansion, leaving the guardsmen vulnerable, or help the guards, which would lead to the child's death. Fortunately subverted, as reinforcements arrived, allowing her to rescue the child without abandoning them.]]
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SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler: Happens to Nightmare in a non-lethal way.non-lethally. Turns out Missy has given him a fake orb as part of a prank, albeit one with collateral damage from a string of seemingly unrelated events.]]



** The DynamicEntry above? The Doctor's remark resembles what Merlin said to Arthur when Arthur crashes into his house.

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** The DynamicEntry above? The Doctor's remark resembles what [[Disney/TheSwordInTheStone Merlin said to Arthur when Arthur crashes into his house.house]].



* SiliconBasedLife: The Ania in All the World's a Stage, being described as made of glass. The Doctor says they're microorganisms taking form upon contact with any solids, both crystalline and amorphous. He also describes then as dangerous predators, able to rip apart anyone in mere seconds.

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* SiliconBasedLife: The Ania in All the World's a Stage, Ania, being described as made of glass. The Doctor says they're microorganisms taking form upon contact with any solids, both crystalline and amorphous. He also describes then as dangerous predators, able to rip apart anyone in mere seconds.


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** And in the fourth part:
--->[[spoiler: '''Missy''': “''Oh, he’s not the most reliable sort, I imagine. Can’t really trust him, with that Dalek mindset and all.''"]]
--->'''The Doctor''': ([[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe sighs]]) “[[spoiler:Missy.]] I shouldn’t be surprised it was you.”
11th Dec '16 3:54:48 PM NordRonnoc
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* DreamSequence: Occurred in the fourth chapter. Eric's dream consisted of the FacelessMasses save for people he personally knew, all ignoring him. Then he went to a tunnel, with [[SinisterSurveillance large security cameras watching his every move]]. The dream ended with everything going dark.
* {{Flashback}}: Seems to be this fic's stable, which starts at the beginning of some of the chapters. So far, they expand on Eric's past, shaping how he is now, and mirrors present events.



* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Natalie told Eric that she and the other analysts at C-Sec came to a conclusion that, because of the circumstances of his arrival to the Franchise/MassEffect universe, he either came from the past or from another universe, which wasn't far off to begin with. Naturally, Eric accepted that as the answer.



** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[{{Anime/Berserk}} Guts]], abet one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's discription to the Dragonslayer's similar.

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** The second chapter's title, "I'll Carry You Home Tonight", is lifted from {{Music/Fun}}'s We Are Young.
** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[{{Anime/Berserk}} Guts]], abet one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's discription description to the Dragonslayer's Dragonslayer is similar.


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* SureLetsGoWithThat: When Natalie told Eric that she and the other analysts at C-Sec came to a conclusion that, because of the circumstances of his arrival to the Franchise/MassEffect universe, he either came from the past or from another universe, which wasn't far off to begin with. Naturally, Eric accepted that as the answer.
* {{Squee}}: Eric's reaction to jumping through the mass relay while riding on a passenger liner, much to Garrett's annoyance.
8th Nov '16 10:37:16 PM NordRonnoc
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* RealityEnsues: C-Sec discovered a good part about Eric when he arrived at the Mass Effect universe. How did they find out? By looking at his ID card. See SureLetsGoWithThat below for more. Also, after Eric got his credentials, C-Sec brought him in to question him. After they found out he was clean for the most part, they let him go.

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* RealityEnsues: C-Sec discovered a good part about Eric when he arrived at the Mass Effect universe. How did they find out? By looking at his ID card. See SureLetsGoWithThat below for more. Also, after because of his circumstances, it was implied he was under surveillance, though we don't get much beyond that. After Eric got his credentials, C-Sec brought him in to question him. After When they found out he was clean for the most part, they let him go.


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** Natalie mentioned [[Fanfic/MassesToMasses Ian Shaw turning an elcor serial killer to C-Sec]] while picking Eric up, much to Eric's and Natalie's bemusement.
** The protagonist Natalie's playing as in [[FictionalVideoGame Redeemer]] is a DistaffCounterpart of [[{{Anime/Berserk}} Guts]], abet one [[DemonicPossession possessed]], wielding fire-based powers as a result. Even the description of her sword's taken word-for-word from the series' RunningGag. With that in mind, a demon-possessed knight-like character with fire powers also bears a DistaffCounterpart resemblance to [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]. Even the wording of the sword's discription to the Dragonslayer's similar.
-->In the warrior’s hands was a two-handed sword, though it was too big to be called a sword. It was massive, thick, heavy, and far too rough. Indeed, it was a heap of iron.
5th Nov '16 10:16:43 PM NordRonnoc
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** In ''All the World's a Stage'', Jocelyn Song, aka the Lone Wanderer, is female and half-Asian and half-black. She comes off as a more traditional hero, one who is kind and even-handed, compared to the other protagonists, though haunted by her [[MyGreatestFailure percieved failures]].

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** In ''All the World's a Stage'', Jocelyn Song, aka the Lone Wanderer, is female and half-Asian and half-Asian, half-black. She comes off as a more traditional hero, one who is kind and even-handed, hero compared to the other protagonists, though she haunted by her [[MyGreatestFailure percieved failures]].


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* WeirdCrossover: What ''All the World's a Stage'' turns out to be. [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]] crosses over between VideoGame/{{Fallout}} and Franchise/DoctorWho.]]
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