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18th Feb '14 1:07:03 PM Lightning4119
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* Problems, though - there is already a Cerberus analogue - Phoenix, under the command of a slightly...different Illusive Man and with a former GDI commando as one of their top operatives (presumably a parallel to Kai Leng). They have the same goals as Cerberus and also tend to have bleeding-edge technology and weaponry. Also, every time there's a Tiberium War, both sides come back stronger, but on the other hand, keeping the human race divided would have been useful - while GDI prepares for actually running the galaxy and keeping things stable, Nod can focus on their own expansion and prepare better for the Reapers by not giving a damn about what GDI or the rest of the galaxy wants.

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* There's also a Nod ship captain named Aldis Rawne, presumably after Tiberium Wars's Rawne. Looks like The Legendary Insurgent survived Tib War 3 long enough to have kids. [[CrazyAwesome Or maybe that Avatar pilot bore his children...]]

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* Unlikely. As seen in Eagles Fall, her grandfather still surrendered at Shanxi, but there is an alternative to Nod or GDI. Ashley could easily have joined up with Phoenix in the interests of keeping humanity strong and dominant in the galaxy.

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* Kane seems to be less focused on forcing Shepard to do his will and more manipulating her into doing so through controlling the circumstances around her instead of her directly. It's stated he regards her as a pawn, and with this being [[ManipulativeBastard Kane]][[MagnificentBastard we're talking about,]] he's far more likely to have her working towards his goals without even knowing. On the other hand, nobody knows what those goals are. Ascension ''could'' involve "melting everyone down to make a Reaper".

[[WMG: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlertSeries Allied and Soviet technology from the Great World War II]] will play a key role in defeating the Reapers.]]
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[[WMG: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlertSeries Allied and Soviet technology from the Great World War II]] will play a key role in defeating the Reapers.]]]]]]
18th Feb '14 12:54:12 PM Lightning4119
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Correction by OP
In Chapter 14, Shepard gets a load of nightmares from the Tacitus, giving her visions of death at the hands of Reapers, Scrin, and ''Protheans''. There's been links between the Tacitus and Scrin, suggesting that the Tacitus was either trying to warn her about the Collectors, or that the Tacitus was highlighting the various enemies of the Scrin: the forces hostile to all advanced life, other Scrin (source material suggests that the various factions don't get along very well), and Protheans, who have been established as militaristic and imperialistic.
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In Chapter 14, Shepard gets a load of nightmares from the Tacitus, giving her visions of death at the hands of Reapers, Scrin, and ''Protheans''. There's Collectors. There have been links between the Tacitus and Scrin, and later chapters have suggested a link between the Protheans and the Tacitus (Shepard now has some sort of connection to Prothean tech and Prothean instincts). The Scrin have been hostile to virtually all life that isn't them, suggesting that the Tacitus was either trying to warn her about the Collectors, Collectors and Reapers, or that the Tacitus was highlighting the various enemies of the Scrin: Scrin or Protheans: the forces hostile to all advanced life, other Scrin (source material suggests that the various factions don't get along very well), and Protheans, who the Protheans (known to have been established as militaristic and imperialistic. imperialistic) or Collectors (servants of the Reapers).
26th Dec '13 11:36:15 AM Zaptech
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In Chapter 14, Shepard gets a load of nightmares from the Tacitus, giving her visions of death at the hands of Reapers, Scrin, and ''Protheans''. There's been links between the Tacitus and Scrin, suggesting that the Tacitus was either trying to warn her about the Collectors, or that the Tacitus was highlighting the various enemies of the Scrin: the forces hostile to all advanced life, other Scrin (source material suggests that the various factions don't get along very well), and Protheans, who have been established as militaristic and imperialistic.
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In Chapter 14, Shepard gets a load of nightmares from the Tacitus, giving her visions of death at the hands of Reapers, Scrin, and ''Protheans''. There's been links between the Tacitus and Scrin, suggesting that the Tacitus was either trying to warn her about the Collectors, or that the Tacitus was highlighting the various enemies of the Scrin: the forces hostile to all advanced life, other Scrin (source material suggests that the various factions don't get along very well), and Protheans, who have been established as militaristic and imperialistic.imperialistic. [[WMG: Thane and/or Nihlus will end up fighting Shepard]] Thane is heading to investigate Feros, where [[spoiler: the Thorian]] resides. Nihlus is going to the Thorne system. The Thorne system has [[spoiler: the derelict Reaper]]. This will ''not'' end well.
21st Sep '13 10:54:35 AM Meshakhad
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* Also just as the current Havoc is in fact the sixth in his line, the current Emily Wong is in fact the sixth in a great line of investigative reporters.
9th Sep '13 1:09:56 PM Lightning4119
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** As to who may rebuild Shepard... there is of course one faction in the Tiberium universe that has mastered cybernetics...
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** As to who may rebuild Shepard... there is of course one faction in the Tiberium universe that has mastered cybernetics...cybernetics... [[WMG: The Scrin fought the Protheans]] In Chapter 14, Shepard gets a load of nightmares from the Tacitus, giving her visions of death at the hands of Reapers, Scrin, and ''Protheans''. There's been links between the Tacitus and Scrin, suggesting that the Tacitus was either trying to warn her about the Collectors, or that the Tacitus was highlighting the various enemies of the Scrin: the forces hostile to all advanced life, other Scrin (source material suggests that the various factions don't get along very well), and Protheans, who have been established as militaristic and imperialistic.
20th Jul '13 11:34:26 AM Lightning4119
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* {{Jossed}} as of Chapter 14.
5th Jul '13 5:52:17 AM Viira
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[[WMG: The Scrin are this universe's [[MassEffect2 Collectors]]]]
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[[WMG: The Scrin are this universe's [[MassEffect2 [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 Collectors]]]]
17th May '13 9:51:57 AM JackTheHammer
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* The cliffhanger end of chapter 13 might hint at this: the Battlemind's final attack ended up pulverizing Shep's lower spine - to say nothing of her other injuries (and the obscene amount of stimulants she was pumping herself with to stay on her feet after losing an arm), the compound effect of which has resulted in her heart giving up and flatlining.
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* The cliffhanger end of chapter 13 might hint at this: the Battlemind's final attack ended up pulverizing Shep's lower spine - to say nothing of her other injuries (and the obscene amount of stimulants she was pumping herself with to stay on her feet after losing an arm), the compound effect of which has resulted in her heart giving up and flatlining.flatlining. ** As to who may rebuild Shepard... there is of course one faction in the Tiberium universe that has mastered cybernetics...
23rd Apr '13 7:23:38 AM amitakartok
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The story has already been introducing plot elements from Mass Effect 2 much earlier. It would fit, especially considering how rapidly the story has been flying off the rails. Whether or not she will be rebuilt, and who will do it (Nod? Phoenix? GDI?) is up in the air, though.
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The story has already been introducing plot elements from Mass Effect 2 much earlier. It would fit, especially considering how rapidly the story has been flying off the rails. Whether or not she will be rebuilt, and who will do it (Nod? Phoenix? GDI?) is up in the air, though.though. * The cliffhanger end of chapter 13 might hint at this: the Battlemind's final attack ended up pulverizing Shep's lower spine - to say nothing of her other injuries (and the obscene amount of stimulants she was pumping herself with to stay on her feet after losing an arm), the compound effect of which has resulted in her heart giving up and flatlining.
14th Dec '12 5:35:13 AM Zaptech
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* WordOfGod all but confirmed it regarding Anastacia Telfair, who is supposed to be a direct descendant of Sandra Telfair and Alexander Karrde from ''Tiberium Wars''.
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