History MassEffect3 / TropesSToZ

24th Jun '16 3:34:15 PM Tahaneira
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* SoLastSeason: There were gradual updates in Multiplayer with new character classes that eventually made the original classes practically obsolete. In particular was the N7 Earth update, where each were human special forces with incredibly brutal powers for each category, and the last one Reckoning, which includes unexpected characters like a Geth Juggernaut (essentially one of the boss enemies in Multiplayer), a female Turian and Alliance Infiltration unit that can revive itself as a power.

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* SoLastSeason: There were gradual updates in Multiplayer with new character classes that eventually made the original classes practically obsolete. In particular was the N7 Earth update, where each were human special forces with incredibly brutal powers for each category, and the last one Reckoning, which includes unexpected characters like a Geth Juggernaut (essentially one of the boss enemies in Multiplayer), a female Turian and Alliance Infiltration unit that can revive itself as a power. Averted with the baseline human Engineer and Adept; with their ability to set off tech or biotic combos on any enemy very quickly, they remained top-tier characters throughout all updates.
24th Jun '16 2:16:39 PM KJMackley
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* SoLastSeason: There were gradual updates in Multiplayer with new character classes that eventually made the original classes practically obsolete. In particular was the N7 Earth update, where each were human special forces with incredibly brutal powers for each category, and the last one Reckoning, which includes unexpected characters like a Geth Juggernaut (essentially one of the boss enemies in Multiplayer), a female Turian and Alliance Infiltration unit that can revive itself as a power.
10th May '16 9:08:27 AM val
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*** What makes Legion's sacrifice that much more senseless was that the upgrades it gave the Geth were what doomed them all. Without those upgrades the Geth were barely at VI level intelligence and thereby could have been ignored by the Quarians if Han Gerrel could have been restrained. It was the prospect of the Geth becoming more intelligent that spooked the other Quarians to want to attack them. Furthermore, those upgrades were why the Catalyst targeted the Geth. Without them, the Catalyst might have ignored them as just a set of VI level programs.



*** What makes Legion's sacrifice that much more senseless was that the upgrades it gave the Geth were what doomed them all. Without those upgrades the Geth were barely at VI level intelligence and thereby could have been ignored by the Quarians if Han Gerrel could have been restrained. It was the prospect of the Geth becoming more intelligent that spooked the other Quarians to want to attack them. Furthermore, those upgrades were why the Catalyst targeted the Geth. Without them, the Catalyst might have ignored them as just a set of VI level programs.
10th May '16 9:07:40 AM val
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* SenselessSacrifice: Two of them are possible:

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* SenselessSacrifice: Two of them are possible:SenselessSacrifice:


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** The Tuchanka decision is made completely irrelevant in one of the endings. No matter what choice was made about the Krogans, [[spoiler: in the Synthesis ending all Krogans, just like all other species, are turned into some higher life-form.]] Therefore both the option of Shepard sacrificing [[spoiler:Mordin]] to stop the risk of a possible Krogan war of conquest if it turns out they can't limit their overpopulation, and the option of [[spoiler:Mordin]] sacrificing himself to cure the Krogan are rendered completely moot.
8th Dec '15 12:19:14 PM erforce
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* ShowWithinAShow: [[RunningGag Blasto the Hanar Spectre]] eventually seems to have had [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyK8nopOwqs a full blown radio drama]] made about him. Inspired by LethalWeapon, no less.
** And you even get to star in Blasto 7 with Javik. [[HilarityEnsues What happens during filming cannot be described in words alone, so]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7aMcqbPdq0 here's]] the link.

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* ShowWithinAShow: [[RunningGag Blasto the Hanar Spectre]] eventually seems to have had [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyK8nopOwqs a full blown radio drama]] made about him. Inspired by LethalWeapon, ''Film/LethalWeapon'', no less.
** And you even get to star in Blasto 7 ''Blasto 7'' with Javik. [[HilarityEnsues What happens during filming cannot be described in words alone, so]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7aMcqbPdq0 here's]] the link.
5th Oct '15 3:59:33 AM manofwarb
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*** What makes Legion's sacrifice that much more senseless was that the upgrades it gave the Geth were what doomed them all. Without those upgrades the Geth were barely at VI level intelligence and thereby could have been ignored by the Quarians if Han Gerrel could have been restrained. It was the prospect of the Geth becoming more intelligent that spooked the other Quarians to want to attack them. Furthermore, those upgrades were why the Catalyst targeted the Geth. Without them, the Catalyst might have ignored them as just a set of VI level programs.
24th Aug '15 2:02:58 PM Jasin_Moridin
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** You also can't reload in that segment, so the extremely-damaging one-shot Krogan pistol that's ridiculous levels of overkill against what you've been fighting if you're a good shot... Isn't enough.
1st Aug '15 2:44:54 PM Campbellitus
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* SummonBiggerFish: Plan A for dealing with the Reaper destroyer on Tuchanka is a two-pronged assault by krogan armor and turian fighters. Plan B? [[spoiler:Using the maw hammers to summon Kalros, the "mother of all thresher maws." It actually works better than they'd hoped: instead of merely distracting the Reaper, Kalros outright ''kills it'']].

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* SummonBiggerFish: Plan A for dealing with the Reaper destroyer on Tuchanka is a two-pronged assault by krogan armor and turian fighters. Plan B? [[spoiler:Using the maw hammers to summon Kalros, the "mother of all thresher maws." It actually works better than they'd hoped: instead of merely distracting the Reaper, Kalros outright ''kills it'']].''eats it!'']].
13th Jun '15 7:41:14 AM manofwarb
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** This difference is glaringly exposed during Priority Tuchanka where the Krogan warriors get bogged down by a bad road having not planned a proper route to the op area, causing a timed coordinated air ground assault typical of organized soldier organizations, to fail.

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** This difference is glaringly exposed during Priority Tuchanka where the Krogan warriors get bogged down by a bad road having not planned a proper route to the op area, causing a timed coordinated air ground assault typical of organized soldier organizations, militaries staffed by soldiers, to fail.
13th Jun '15 7:38:57 AM manofwarb
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** This difference is glaringly exposed during Priority Tuchanka where the Krogan warriors get bogged down by a bad road having not planned a proper route to the op area, causing a timed coordinated air ground assault typical of organized soldier organizations, to fail.
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