History MassEffect2AntagonistsAndNpcs / CouncilSpace

30th Jun '16 3:37:03 PM Anddrix
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** Also the reason why the decision regarding the Collector Base in ''2'' is such a BaseBreaker. Some fans believe that utilizing technology built upon the horrific mass-murder of countless innocent people is an abhorrent idea, especially since it would also mean continued cooperation with Cerberus. Others agree with the Illusive Man's argument that since the Reapers haven't been defeated by a long shot, they need to use all the resources and help they can find, and that studying the proto-Reaper and how it was built could provide a critical advantage in the fight against the Reapers. [[spoiler: Though the third game kinda renders the argument moot since he and a good portion of Cerberus wound up indoctrinated because of their "unrestrained" methods in studying Reaper tech, and this will end up happening regardless of the decision Shepard made.]]

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** Also the reason why the decision regarding the Collector Base in ''2'' is such a BaseBreaker.so controversial. Some fans believe that utilizing technology built upon the horrific mass-murder of countless innocent people is an abhorrent idea, especially since it would also mean continued cooperation with Cerberus. Others agree with the Illusive Man's argument that since the Reapers haven't been defeated by a long shot, they need to use all the resources and help they can find, and that studying the proto-Reaper and how it was built could provide a critical advantage in the fight against the Reapers. [[spoiler: Though the third game kinda renders the argument moot since he and a good portion of Cerberus wound up indoctrinated because of their "unrestrained" methods in studying Reaper tech, and this will end up happening regardless of the decision Shepard made.]]
27th Jun '16 11:56:35 PM Eagal
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* FanNickname: There are some who call him... [[FunWithAcronyms TIM]].
27th Jun '16 11:56:04 PM Eagal
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* AntiVillain: Type III. [[spoiler: When he first shows up, at least]].

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* AntiVillain: Type III. [[spoiler: %%* AntiVillain:[[spoiler: When he first shows up, at least]].
27th Jun '16 11:55:46 PM Eagal
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[[WMG: The Illusive Man, AKA [[spoiler:Jack Harper]]]]

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[[WMG: The Illusive Man, AKA [[spoiler:Jack Harper]]]]Jack Harper]]
14th Jun '16 4:31:58 AM Juicehead_Baby
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** His real name may qualify as well. [[spoiler:He shares his surname with former [[UsefulNotes/CanadianPolitics Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper]], whose administration was notorious for its xenophobia and lack of transparency.]] WordOfGod claims this was a coincidence, though.
4th Jun '16 2:09:01 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: When asking what the humans have done for any of the other races, a salarian replies that he likes their food in a reference to ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian''.

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* ShoutOut: When asking what the humans have done for any of the other races, a salarian replies that he likes their food in a reference to ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian''.''Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian''.
27th May '16 10:54:35 AM eliaskelham
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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. In some ways the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, and TIM himself becomes indoctrinated and by and large plays into the Reapers' hands. However, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise, and ultimately [[spoiler:''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' leaves it up to you to decide whether or not his plan to control and harness the Reapers is a good idea.]]

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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. In some ways the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, and TIM himself becomes indoctrinated and by and large plays into the Reapers' hands. However, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper Reapers by surprise, and ultimately [[spoiler:''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' leaves it up to you to decide whether or not his plan to control and harness the Reapers is a good idea.]]
27th May '16 10:51:20 AM eliaskelham
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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. In some ways the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, and TIM himself becomes indoctrinated and by and large plays into the Reapers' hands. However, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise, and ultimately the [[spoiler:''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' leaves it up to you to decide whether or not his plan to control and harness the Reapers is a good idea.]]

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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. In some ways the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, and TIM himself becomes indoctrinated and by and large plays into the Reapers' hands. However, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise, and ultimately the [[spoiler:''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' leaves it up to you to decide whether or not his plan to control and harness the Reapers is a good idea.]]
27th May '16 10:48:14 AM eliaskelham
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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. While the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise. Whether TIM would have eventually be successful or not may never be known.

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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. While In some ways the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, and TIM himself becomes indoctrinated and by and large plays into the Reapers' hands. However, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise. Whether TIM would have eventually be successful surprise, and ultimately the [[spoiler:''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' leaves it up to you to decide whether or not may never be known.his plan to control and harness the Reapers is a good idea.]]
15th Apr '16 2:31:57 PM Contevent
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** Another argument among players about the decision about the Collector station was based on the theme of ''earning'' your advancement. Some may see preserving the collector base similar as uplifting themselves with tech they don't "deserve" like the Krogan did thanks to the Salarians, with disastrous consequences. Others tend to argue that the galaxy is on the brink of annihilation and humanity needs to take risks. While the game favor the first argument, after all the Mass Relays are specifically an impossibly clever trap that begins with giving Species the Mass Effect technology, TIM's breakthrough in Horizon does seems to take the Reaper by surprise. Whether TIM would have eventually be successful or not may never be known.
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