History MassEffect3 / TropesEToK

26th Feb '17 10:57:48 PM Sumatris
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** The M7 Lancer, obtainable with the ''Citadel'' [=DLC=], is ''the'' weapon of choice for all power-dependent classes. It may look like the humble M8 Avenger assault rifle but boasts vastly increased damage, good accuracy, very high ROF and a cooldown-based ammo system that frees you from worrying about running out of clips. Most importantly, it's ''extremely'' lightweight; even a halfway upgraded Lancer is barely heavier than a basic pistol, and a fully upgraded one allows even Adepts - the class with the lowest weight capacity - to equip the Lancer and a second, more specialized gun while keeping the full 200% cooldown bonus. Sentinels can use it, run around with Tech Armor (which seriously debuffs cooldown times) and still spam [[StuffBlowingUp Flares]] (base CD: 30 seconds, the longest of any biotic ability) every 5-6 seconds. Oh, and it arguably has [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the most epically noisy report]] of any automatic weapon in the game.
22nd Dec '16 11:05:19 PM ImpudentInfidel
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*** To get the best outcome [[spoiler: where ''every'' possible race survives and even thrives you have to have kept Wrex, the rachni queen, Legion, Tali, Thane, and Mordin alive, get Tali exonerated, and convince Mordin to save the Genophage research. Several individual companions also live or die in this game based on if you did their loyalty quest in the second game or not.]]
28th Nov '16 3:03:39 PM DimensionalShambler
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* FiveRoundsRapid: It's no surprise defeat is certain when all the races of the galaxy seemingly rely on small squads of infantry with small arms fire to fight against the skyscraper-sized Reapers. Flashbacks even show the Protheans doing the same thing. The heaviest ordinance we see are some APCs and light choppers.
20th Nov '16 2:51:12 AM SeptimusHeap
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* GratuitousNinja: Cerberus Phantoms are described by the official site as "Goddamn ninjas on speed!"
20th Nov '16 2:50:34 AM SeptimusHeap
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Cerberus Phantoms are described by the official site as "Goddamn ninjas on speed!"
** The N7 Shadow and N7 Slayer multiplayer also count.
19th Nov '16 12:19:20 PM Hadjorim
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* FiveRoundsRapid: It's no surprise defeat is certain when all the races of the galaxy seemingly rely on small squads of infantry with small arms fire to fight against the skyscraper-sized Reapers. Flashbacks even show the Protheans doing the same thing. The heaviest ordinance we see are some APCs and light choppers.
18th Nov '16 7:49:28 AM Solicitr
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*** Further moral disorientation is caused by [[spoiler: the fact that the activation station for the Destroy option, the one urged by the honorable, true-blue Anderson and even "enacted" by his avatar, is colored Renegade red, while the "Control" option urged by the ruthless mass-murdering Illusive Man is tinted Paragon blue.]]

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*** Further moral disorientation is caused by [[spoiler: the fact that the activation station for the Destroy option, the one urged by the honorable, true-blue Anderson and even "enacted" by his avatar, is colored Renegade red, while the "Control" Control option urged advocated by the ruthless mass-murdering Illusive Man is tinted Paragon blue.]]



* KilledOffForReal: AnyoneCanDie means ''anyone.'' Unavoidable deaths (provided they survive to, and appear, in this game) include [[spoiler: Legion, Morinth, Thane Krios, Donnel Udina, the Illusive Man and David Anderson. If War Asset levels are not high enough ''everybody'' dies in the ending. Shepard dies in most endings, with ''one'' potential survival if certain conditions are met.]]

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* KilledOffForReal: AnyoneCanDie means ''anyone.'' Many characters including former squadmates can be killed over the course of the game depending on choices Shepard makes, or even choices made in the previous games. Unavoidable deaths (provided they survive to, and appear, in this game) include [[spoiler: Legion, Morinth, Thane Krios, Donnel Udina, the Illusive Man and David Anderson. If War Asset levels are not high enough ''everybody'' dies in the ending. Shepard dies in most endings, with ''one'' potential survival if certain conditions are met.]]
18th Nov '16 6:43:03 AM Solicitr
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***Further moral disorientation is caused by [[spoiler: the fact that the activation station for the Destroy option, the one urged by the honorable, true-blue Anderson and even "enacted" by his avatar, is colored Renegade red, while the "Control" option urged by the ruthless mass-murdering Illusive Man is tinted Paragon blue.]]
7th Sep '16 2:41:38 PM PlasmaTalon
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* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: When Shepard enters [[spoiler: the Geth Consensus, Legion or the Geth Vi alters his/her perceptions so that they can make some sense of it. Turning the Reaper code remover into a gun, and replacing all the Quarians and Geth shown in the historical images with the modern ones Shepard has seen.]]
22nd Jul '16 4:39:42 AM Sabrewing
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* GuestStarPartyMember: You can use your surviving crew from ''1'' and ''2'' inside of the Armax Arsenal Arena, provided you earn the bronze stars to unlock their permissions.

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* GuestStarPartyMember: You can use your surviving crew from ''1'' and ''2'' inside of the Armax Arsenal Arena, provided you earn the bronze stars to unlock their permissions. Also, Wrex is a fully functional party member all throughout the ''Citadel'' DLC's events.
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