Garrus Ch.5 The Aftermath Part 1 Garrus swung his duffle-bag over his shoulder and carried another in his free hand. He was scheduled to leave for omega on a passenger ship in half an hour and wanted to get a seat beforehand. The station on the citadel was crowded as usual and he blended right in with the crowd no one noticed him when he wore his normal clothes other than his visor. Although, the way he felt couldn’t be farther from the truth. People rushed about and continued their normal lives as if the attack on the citadel never happened, despite the fact it had only been some months, people seemed almost un-phased. It was like what he and Jane did didn’t even matter. It made him sick. He felt so out of place knowing what is out there and the people here still blowing it off as only a geth attack, which, brought him back to the reason why he was leaving.Garrus Ch.5 The Aftermath Part 118 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Garrus grumbled a sigh then headed for the gates not before he heard a wait up from behind. He turned
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"Hey, Liara. I totally saw it coming." Garrus said out loud as he casually gave his old friend a wave.
Tali stepped forward and asked with a purpose: "Wait a minute. If you're the Asari councilor, then who is the Shadow Broker?"
"I am, Tali. Frankly the other Council members thought having my inside sources at their dispoal was the biggest boon of having me join them. I hope to impress them, as well as the Galaxy with my tactical decision-making as well. I also trust that it goes without saying that none of that leaves this room."
"Okay, this is great. Finally I have a Council on my side instead of trying to put a knife in my back for once. I was thinking I would have to fight my way through an entire army to get to the Normandy." Dylan took a sigh and began to walk out the door.
"Wait, Shepard. The Normandy is grounded right now until we give the order to take it off." Liara said with a bit of a frown.
"Okay then. Give the order, Liara." Shepard turned his h
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Commander Sam Shepard is standing with his arms crossed on the Galaxy Map pedestal when an alert from Joker comes from the intercom.
Joker: Shepard? You’re gonna want to see this.
Shepard walks off the pedestal and heads over to the cockpit to see his old friend Joker hovering The Normandy over the colony of Freedom’s Progress.
Shepard: Oh my God…
Shepard watches as the once unharmed colony is now in fire and ruin. One hand covers his mouth.
Shepard: Can you identify anything on the ground?
EDI: Many lifeforms. Over three hundred and fifty. Over the normal amount from the colony since The Collectors came through.
Shepard: Do we know what race?
EDI: I’m picking up… human lifeforms much like before, but different in genetic structure.
Shepard: The Monsters.
EDI: It seems so.
Shepard: Get Wrex and Garrus to report to the hangar to gear up. We’re going in on foot.
EDI: Right away, Commander.
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Shepard stands outside Huerta Memorial hospital, watching as Jacob’s wife, Dr. Brynn Cole Taylor, and their son Ronald-Shepard Taylor in her arms as she sobs her eyes out.
Shepard shakes his head and stands up. He looks over to her as the Doctor tries to comfort her and he walks out of the hospital.
Shepard: What the hell was that?
Shepard is in The Council meeting room on The Citadel, grabbing the railing and asking them angrily.
Asari Councilor: Shepard, we have… absolutely no idea.
Shepard pushes off the railing and turns around.
Shepard: Councilor, my friend died last night because of whatever that was. He had a family. A newborn child.
Turian Councilor: I understand, Shepard. More than most men in this room, but we don’t know what that was. We have never seen anything like that other than Husks but this was obviously not The Reapers.
Shepard: Then… then what do we do?
Asari Councilor: Nothing