His Kiss of Choices"Snow?" Garrus asked, tilting his head as he processed the information. Shepard watched her companion carefully and her lips twitched at the sight of his curiosity. The turian's eyes narrowed, but the Commander had enough patience to wait out his apprehension. "What do you mean, snow?" His normally husky voice grew more vicious as he quickly became frustrated.
And he took the bait. Shepard's smile broadened and she felt her fingers twitch with the adrenaline, "I mean the weather- 'snow'. Is there any other kind of snow?" Snorting her own skepticism, she waved any possible answer away as if Garrus could consider one.
"I understand what the term snow refers to, but I'm more confused by your intentions with it," he responded with mild concern. Ducking his head further into his armor, Garrus unconsciously backed up a step, but Shepard had him in her sights. Uncomfortable, the turian's shifting glances focused on the stars passing out beyond the safety of the ship.
He was alrea
Shepard's ArchangelFor aimo- thanks for keeping me going throughout the weeks of darkness by simply being awesome!Shepard's Archangel4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Ever wonder what happens if the GAME OVER screen appears for the player, but time was allowed to continue? FemShep/Garrus and ME2 spoilers!
Shepard crouched behind one wall, glancing out into the adjoining hallway for any sign of enemies. Her knees ached from the constant need for cover, but it was a necessity with the constant barrage of bullets.
Behind her, Garrus and Mordin moved with enough efficiently to make her think she was alone in the deserted hospital. All this trouble for Mordin's former assistant, but she couldn't say no to a life in danger. Besides, Mordin had given so much for the success against the Collector's that she couldn't have said no. He needed this as much as she needed him.
Exhaling sharply in relief, she tentatively shoved away from the wall and began inching along the cool rock walls farther into the destroyed building.
"Hospitals." Mordin grunted, swivelin
Earth isn't SO bad...AN: This takes place in the PRIME Universe.Earth isn't SO bad...3 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Disclaimer: I don't own Transformers, which is something I must live with everyday
It's not like he wasn't liked, or that he was unhappy. He liked what he did, and even though times were hard, and maybe monotonous, they all managed. They all had to. It wasn't like he was the only one that was unhappy at times, surely they all were. It was natural.
Three years on this planet and it had finally taken it's toll though. They'd lost one of their own. The void left from him not being here was easily felt. In the times when it was quiet it now fell to him or Bumblee to do their best at breaking it. Not like it was a chore, but you just got used to things being a certain way... and none of them could replace, even if they wanted to, their fallen comrade. Somehow that was followed up with something worse, depending on how one looked at it. He was a positive guy overall, but still the whole situation was horrid. They'd lost the spa
Love's sacrificeTali sat in the medical bay staring at the wall. She had insisted Shepard got some sleep while Dr.Chakwas examined her. She had ensured that she would be fine by tomorrow morning. Tali couldn't help but wonder why Shepard had stayed with her for so long. She knew it was because she was like a sister to him but she wanted to belive it was because he loved her. She sighed as the door to the med bay opened.Love's sacrifice3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
"Hey Tali," Garrus smiled.
"Garrus," she exclaimed trying to get up but pain shot through her.
"Whoa," he said rushing forward. "Take it steady."
"Sorry," she said as Joker and Kelly entered.
"Tali," Joker smiled. "How's my favourite Quarian?"
"Do you know any other Quarian's?" she asked grinning.
"No, but that's not the point." He replied sitting on the edge of her bed.
"I'm fine Joker," she said as Kelly hugged her.
"You'll be back on your feet in no time," she beamed. Garrus leant against the wall as Kelly fussed over Joker and Tali. Tali laughed along with the rest and momentarily
Mass Effect: Sing to MeMass Effect: Sing to Me3 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The Mako hurled through the relay, into Citadel Presidium with the grace and accuracy of a brick through a window, raining glass and sparks as it crashed topside-down.
With a little coaxing from her rifle butt, Shepard dislodged the escape hatch and fell out, landing shoulder first. Next came Wrex, propelled by the somewhat claustrophobic biotic behind him.
"We need a theme song," Shepard proclaimed, still dizzy. "Sing to me."
Kaidan wiped blood from his forehead. "This really isn't the time "
"Not you. Wrex."
Wrex offered a hand. "Your enemies' screams will have to suffice."
"Fine." Shepard sighed. "For now."
Remembering the FallenSeries Title: After the ReapersRemembering the Fallen3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
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Thanks go to my Beta; Blueglaceon, who despite having little knowledge of the Mass Effect universe, agreed to edit the series anyway. Thanks, Blue!
Remembering the Fallen takes place after Tali's recruitment mission.
Needless to say, Horizon has also taken place by this point, as well as Kaidan's whole "I love you, but your working for the enemy" spiel, so Shepard's just starting to realise that Garrus could be a potential romantic interest for her and vice-versa.
Remembering the Fallen
From: Admiral Hackett
Our scans in the Amada system have turned up something we thought you should see: the final location of the wreckage of the SSV Normandy.
We thought this news might be important to you, but we also have an ulterior motive. The