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14th Dec '16 12:56:36 PM Xtifr
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'''''Mass Effect: Deception''''' is a novel written by William C. Dietz set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''.

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'''''Mass ''Mass Effect: Deception''''' Deception'' is a novel written by William C. Dietz set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''.
15th Oct '16 8:27:43 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Kai Leng takes this to absurd levels. [[spoiler:He kills the most powerful human biotic in the galaxy ''[[ImprovisedWeapon with a toothbrush]]''. Keep in mind that Kai Leng is a completely normal human (at least relatively so) who just had both of his legs shot, and has to move around with a cane.]] Speaking of which, he also kills a guy with a jump kick, even though it's previously established that he's crippled.
23rd Jul '16 10:29:58 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Kai Leng gets two mercenaries to help him steal Grayson's body. He traps one of them in a containment device to act as a decoy, prompting the other {{genre savvy}} merc to demand payment up front. He complies and kills that merc a few hours later.

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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Kai Leng gets two mercenaries to help him steal Grayson's body. He traps one of them in a containment device to act as a decoy, prompting the other {{genre savvy}} merc to demand payment up front. He complies and kills that merc a few hours later.
28th Mar '16 5:11:07 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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The novel is the only ''Mass Effect'' book not written by Creator/DrewKarpyshyn, and contains many continuity errors which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.

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The novel is the only ''Mass Effect'' book to not be written by Creator/DrewKarpyshyn, and contains many continuity errors which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.
28th Mar '16 5:10:17 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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'''''Mass Effect: Deception''''' is a novel set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''.

The novel contains many continuity errors, which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.

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'''''Mass Effect: Deception''''' is a novel written by William C. Dietz set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''.

The novel is the only ''Mass Effect'' book not written by Creator/DrewKarpyshyn, and contains many continuity errors, errors which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.
21st Aug '15 4:56:38 AM PF
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* IdiotBall: After already losing Nick on the Citadel, Kahlee decides it would be a good idea to let an emotionally unstable Gillian go outside for a spot of fresh air after she's announced her intentions to kill the Illusive Man. Three seconds later she's missing too. The novel does point out this was incredibly stupid thinking on Kahlee's part.
** Aria uses next to none of the security she used in previous books/the second game. Luckily for her, Kai Leng has forgotten about the advanced tactics he used in previous novels as well.
* IGaveMyWord: After one of Aria T'Loak's banks is hit by the Grim Skulls, she lets one of their captured mercenaries go after the merc tells Aria who really killed her daughter. When Aria later confronts the same merc in the Grim Skulls' medical bay, she has her transferred to a hospital, her reason being this.

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After already losing Nick on the Citadel, Kahlee decides it would be a good idea to let an emotionally unstable Gillian go outside for a spot of fresh air after she's announced her intentions to kill the Illusive Man. Three seconds later she's missing too. The novel does point out this was incredibly stupid thinking on Kahlee's part.
** Aria T'Loak uses next to none of the security she used in previous books/the second game. Luckily for her, Kai Leng has forgotten about the advanced tactics he used in previous novels as well.
* IGaveMyWord: After one of Aria T'Loak's Aria's banks is hit by the Grim Skulls, she lets one of their captured mercenaries go after the merc tells Aria who really killed her daughter. When Aria later confronts the same merc in the Grim Skulls' medical bay, she has her transferred to a hospital, her reason being this.
20th Aug '15 3:39:15 PM Vios
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26th Oct '14 2:29:07 PM GrantMK2
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* ForgotAboutHisPowers: After having used an elaborate sensor suite and multiple-member strike teams to accomplish his goals in previous novels, in this book, Kai Leng camps near a door with a vase to piss in so that he can keep a sniper rifle trained on it.
26th Oct '14 2:28:20 PM GrantMK2
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23rd Aug '14 4:58:12 PM MCanter89
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'''''Mass Effect: Deception''''' is a novel set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''. The novel contains many continuity errors, which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.

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'''''Mass Effect: Deception''''' is a novel set in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' universe. It chronicles Gillian Grayson's attempt to avenge her father's death at the hands of Cerberus in ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''. ''Literature/MassEffectRetribution''.

The novel contains many continuity errors, which Creator/{{BioWare}} has promised to correct in subsequent editions.
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