History Literature / MassEffectAscension

2nd Dec '16 10:49:34 PM Xtifr
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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe, written by then-lead writer Creator/DrewKarpyshyn. Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.

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'''''Mass ''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' Ascension'' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe, written by then-lead writer Creator/DrewKarpyshyn. Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.
15th Nov '16 4:11:16 PM KhadgarBill
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* FantasticRacism: Most obvious in Pel, yet present throughout. Sets up some conflict within Cerberus, between those ideologically motivated for a better future for humanity, and the racists that believe in human dominance.

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* FantasticRacism: Most obvious in Pel, yet present throughout. Sets up some conflict within Cerberus, between those ideologically motivated for a better future for humanity, and the racists that believe in human dominance.



* [[TheSociopath]]: Golo, as seen in the tropes above and below that apply to him. It's especially noticable as the quarians have a reputation for being, almost psychologically, very communal with each other.

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* [[TheSociopath]]: TheSociopath: Golo, as seen in the tropes above and below that apply to him. It's especially noticable as the quarians have a reputation for being, almost psychologically, very communal with each other.
15th Nov '16 4:10:19 PM KhadgarBill
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* OffscreenVillainy: When Lemm confronts Golo about the fate of the Cyanid, Golo reflects to himself, [[LackOfEmpathy without a hint of regret or remorse]], that "...Over the past decade (he) had done ''dozens'' of acts that might cause another quarian to hunt him down in search of vengeance. [[ButForMeItWasTuesday There was no point in trying to guess which one had set off this particular young man]]."



* OverrideCommand: Two codes need to be entered simultaneously to defuse a bomb in the finale.

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* OverrideCommand: [[TwoKeyedLock Two codes need to be entered simultaneously simultaneously]] to defuse a bomb in the finale.



* SoftSpokenSadist: [[spoiler:Golo]] sounds like this in the audio version of the book.

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* SoftSpokenSadist: [[spoiler:Golo]] Golo rarely even raises his voice, at one point when another quarian insults Golo [[TranquilFury he doesn't say a word and smashes their faceplate]]. sounds like this in the audio version of the book.book.
* [[TheSociopath]]: Golo, as seen in the tropes above and below that apply to him. It's especially noticable as the quarians have a reputation for being, almost psychologically, very communal with each other.



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28th Jun '16 5:31:54 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Badass}}: The quarian pilgrim Lemm Shaal develops into one during the course of this book. He was setup by Golo to be captured by Pel, but suspects a trap and manages to not only break himself free from the trap ''but also rescue Kahlee, Hendel and Gillian in the process''. And he also manages to almost single handedly decimate Pel's squad.



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28th Jun '16 5:28:09 PM manofwarb
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* {{Badass}}: The quarian pilgrim Lemm Shaal develops into one during the course of this book. He was setup by Golo to be captured by Pel, but suspects a trap and manages to not only break himself free from the trap ''but also rescue Kahlee, Hendel and Gillian in the process''. And he also manages to almost single handedly decimate Pel's squad.


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* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Magnificently demonstrated by Lemm Shaal nar Tesleya.
28th Mar '16 5:22:32 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe, written by then-lead writer Creator/DrewKarpyshyn Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.

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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe, written by then-lead writer Creator/DrewKarpyshyn Creator/DrewKarpyshyn. Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.
28th Mar '16 5:22:21 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.

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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. universe, written by then-lead writer Creator/DrewKarpyshyn Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.
30th Jan '16 8:53:18 AM SithkingZero
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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe.

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'''''Mass Effect: Ascension''''' is a novel within the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. Set between the first and second games in the series, it follows Kahlee Sanders, who works at the Ascension project.
20th Aug '15 3:38:15 PM Vios
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6th Mar '14 5:31:45 AM tropelion
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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:The Illusive Man's]] carefully composed façade slips when [[spoiler:Grayson quits Cerberus and tells TIM not to go after Gillian, Hendel or Kahlee or he'll tell the Alliance vital information that would cripple Cerberus]]. The Illusive Man expresses visible and audible frustration and anger over this. Given how composed he [[spoiler: usually]] is, that's saying something.

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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:The Illusive Man's]] carefully composed façade slips when [[spoiler:Grayson quits Cerberus and tells TIM not to go after Gillian, Hendel or Kahlee or he'll tell the Alliance vital information that would cripple Cerberus]]. The [[spoiler:The Illusive Man Man]] expresses visible and audible frustration and anger over this. Given how composed he [[spoiler: usually]] is, that's saying something.
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