History Webcomic / MarauderShields

1st Jul '16 3:41:43 PM nombretomado
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''MarauderShields'' started out as a brief {{parody}} {{webcomic|OfTheGame}} hosted on Website/DeviantArt by user [[http://koobismo.deviantart.com/gallery/ koobismo]]. It stars the eponymous "Marauder Shields", a {{memetic|Mutation}} and {{fanon}}ical EnsembleDarkhorse from ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' that originated as a random [[{{Mook}} marauder]] which is the [[FinalBoss final enemy combatant faced by the player in the entire trilogy]]. While the comics themselves are rather episodic, and focus on different characters every so often, there is a story arc present throughout the series, with every character contributing, knowingly or otherwise, to Shields's quest to save [[PlayerCharacter Commander Shepard]] from the [[BaseBreaker controversial]] [[EndingAversion endings]] of ''Mass Effect 3''.

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''MarauderShields'' started out as a brief {{parody}} {{webcomic|OfTheGame}} hosted on Website/DeviantArt by user [[http://koobismo.deviantart.com/gallery/ koobismo]]. It stars the eponymous "Marauder Shields", a {{memetic|Mutation}} and {{fanon}}ical EnsembleDarkhorse from ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' that originated as a random [[{{Mook}} marauder]] which is the [[FinalBoss final enemy combatant faced by the player in the entire trilogy]]. While the comics themselves are rather episodic, and focus on different characters every so often, there is a story arc present throughout the series, with every character contributing, knowingly or otherwise, to Shields's quest to save [[PlayerCharacter Commander Shepard]] from the [[BaseBreaker controversial]] controversial [[EndingAversion endings]] of ''Mass Effect 3''.
3rd Jul '15 12:27:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In Episodes #10 ("Spectres") & #13 ("The Queen"), Commander Bailey can be seen sporting a sexy eye-patch, resembling the one worn by one [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Saul Tigh]], who was played by the same actor as Bailey (Michael Hogan).

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** In Episodes #10 ("Spectres") & #13 ("The Queen"), Commander Bailey can be seen sporting a sexy eye-patch, resembling the one worn by one [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined [[Series/BattlestarGalactica2003 Saul Tigh]], who was played by the same actor as Bailey (Michael Hogan).
17th May '15 1:28:52 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In #23 ("Dominoes Will Fall"), the Virmire Survivor is leading Special Task Force [[{{Halo}} 343]]. The Codex entry at the end of the comic also references a special shock trooper program known as the [[{{Halo}} Helljumper project.]]

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** In #23 ("Dominoes Will Fall"), the Virmire Survivor is leading Special Task Force [[{{Halo}} [[Franchise/{{Halo}} 343]]. The Codex entry at the end of the comic also references a special shock trooper program known as the [[{{Halo}} Helljumper project.]]
6th May '15 5:13:29 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[note]]reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' and ''3''[[/note]].

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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} [[Series/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[note]]reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' and ''3''[[/note]].
7th Apr '15 12:41:46 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In #34 ("[[GrecoPersianWars Thermopylae]]"), [[spoiler:[[DarkestHour with Commander Shepard MIA, the Citadel Beam disabled, and the last of Hammer forces in London collapsing under renewed Reaper assault from across Tower Bridge]]]], the Virmire Survivor and Special Task Force [[{{Halo}} 343]] plan to detonate explosives across London [[InvokedTrope to funnel the overwhelming enemy forces into a bottleneck where the 343 is entrenched]]. [[spoiler:With only a part of the 343 still combat effective, it looks like [[HeroicSacrifice all they can do is buy Hammer time to regroup, with their lives]].]]

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** In #34 ("[[GrecoPersianWars ("[[UsefulNotes/GrecoPersianWars Thermopylae]]"), [[spoiler:[[DarkestHour with Commander Shepard MIA, the Citadel Beam disabled, and the last of Hammer forces in London collapsing under renewed Reaper assault from across Tower Bridge]]]], the Virmire Survivor and Special Task Force [[{{Halo}} 343]] plan to detonate explosives across London [[InvokedTrope to funnel the overwhelming enemy forces into a bottleneck where the 343 is entrenched]]. [[spoiler:With only a part of the 343 still combat effective, it looks like [[HeroicSacrifice all they can do is buy Hammer time to regroup, with their lives]].]]
21st Oct '14 1:35:48 PM Willbyr
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** In Episodes #10 ("Spectres") & #13 ("The Queen"), Commander Bailey can be seen sporting a sexy eye-patch, resembling the one worn by one [[{{BattlestarGalacticaReimagined}} Saul Tigh]], who was played by the same actor as Bailey (Michael Hogan).

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** In Episodes #10 ("Spectres") & #13 ("The Queen"), Commander Bailey can be seen sporting a sexy eye-patch, resembling the one worn by one [[{{BattlestarGalacticaReimagined}} [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Saul Tigh]], who was played by the same actor as Bailey (Michael Hogan).
20th Aug '13 10:10:23 AM Willbyr
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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[note]]reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''VideoGame/MassEffect 2'' and ''3''[[/note]].

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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[note]]reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''VideoGame/MassEffect 2'' ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' and ''3''[[/note]].
20th Aug '13 3:52:27 AM Willbyr
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After Episode #6, the webcomic [[CerebusSyndrome takes a serious turn]] From there, the webcomic follows Shields and preexisting [[Characters/MassEffect Mass Effect Characters]] as the final desperate battle against the [[BigBad Reapers]] rages across Earth and the Solar System.

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After Episode #6, the webcomic [[CerebusSyndrome takes a serious turn]] turn]]. From there, the webcomic follows Shields and preexisting [[Characters/MassEffect Mass Effect Characters]] as the final desperate battle against the [[BigBad Reapers]] rages across Earth and the Solar System.
20th Aug '13 3:50:50 AM Willbyr
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* TheReveal: In Episode #6 ("The True Catalyst"), Marauder Shields' true identity was revealed [[spoiler:to be Nihlus Kryik, the turian spectre from ''[[VideoGame/MassEffect the first game]]'' who endorsed Shepard as a Spectre candidate before being killed by Saren on Eden Prime. Nihlus' body has been taken from Eden Prime and reaperized by the geth servants of Saren Arterius - with whom Nihlus was emotionally attached in the official canon - which is explained by emphasizing Saren's insanity and showcased as his last semi-awake stand before succumbing to total indoctrination (mirroring the events involving Matriarch Benezia on Noveria). A group of marauders has been hidden in the Citadel's core during the events of the first Mass Effect game, awaiting the arrival of the Reapers, which explains Nihlus' presence at the beam during the events of Mass Effect 3.]]

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* TheReveal: In Episode #6 ("The True Catalyst"), Marauder Shields' true identity was revealed [[spoiler:to be Nihlus Kryik, the turian spectre from ''[[VideoGame/MassEffect ''[[VideoGame/MassEffect1 the first game]]'' who endorsed Shepard as a Spectre candidate before being killed by Saren on Eden Prime. Nihlus' body has been taken from Eden Prime and reaperized by the geth servants of Saren Arterius - with whom Nihlus was emotionally attached in the official canon - which is explained by emphasizing Saren's insanity and showcased as his last semi-awake stand before succumbing to total indoctrination (mirroring the events involving Matriarch Benezia on Noveria). A group of marauders has been hidden in the Citadel's core during the events of the first Mass Effect game, awaiting the arrival of the Reapers, which explains Nihlus' presence at the beam during the events of Mass Effect 3.]]
25th Jul '13 10:55:21 AM Willbyr
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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[hottip:*:reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''Mass Effect 2'' and ''3'']].

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** In #16 ("Brothers Till The End"), James tells Javik the reason he became TheNicknamer was because he once called his girlfriend [[Main/{{Chuck}} Sarah]] when her real name was Yvonne[[hottip:*:reference Yvonne[[note]]reference Yvonne Strahovski, who played Sarah Walker on ''{{Chuck}}'' ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' and Miranda Lawson in ''Mass Effect ''VideoGame/MassEffect 2'' and ''3'']].''3''[[/note]].
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